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Texas A&M vs Ole Miss (Jun 02, 2012)

 
Box Score
 

2012 Ole Miss Baseball
#8 Texas A&M at Ole Miss
Jun 02, 2012 at College Station, TX (Blue Bell Park)

Texas A&M 3 (43-17)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
Naquin, Tyler rf 
Juengel, Matt 3b 
House, Jacob 1b 
Stein, Troy c  10 
Nau, Mitchell dh 
Wood, Brandon lf 
   Statum, Jace ph/lf 
Reynolds, Mikey ss/2b 
Bratsen, Krey cf 
   Bolcerek, Chance ph 
Arthur, Scott 2b/ss 
Stripling, Ross p 
   Uriegas, Estevan p 
Totals  31  12  24 
  

Ole Miss 6 (37-24)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
Tanner Mathis rf/lf 
Alex Yarbrough 2b 
Matt Snyder 1b 
Zach Kirksey lf 
   Will Jamison rf 
Auston Bousfield cf 
Sikes Orvis dh 
Will Allen 12 
   Austin Knight
Andrew Mistone 3b 
Jake Overbey ss 
Mike Mayers
   Brett Huber
   R.J. Hively
Totals  34  11  10  27 

Score by Innings                    R  H  E
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Texas A&M........... 002 000 100 -  3  5  3
Ole Miss............ 002 202 00X -  6 11  1
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E - Juengel; Reynolds 2; M. Mayers(3). DP - OM 1. LOB - TAMU 9; OM 9. 2B - Naquin; Bratsen; T. Mathis 2(11); Ma. Snyder(17). HBP - Naquin. SH - Bratsen; J. Overbey(1). SB - Reynolds.

Texas A&M   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go 
Stripling, Ross L,10-4  7.2  11  10  33  37 
Uriegas, Estevan   0.1 
  
Ole Miss   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go 
Mike Mayers W,6-3  6.1  22  26 
Brett Huber   2.0  11 
R.J. Hively S,4  0.2 

Win - M. Mayers (6-3). Loss - Stripling (10-4). Save - R.J. Hively (4). WP - Stripling. HBP - by B. Huber (Naquin).

Umpires -
Start: 6:34p.m. Time: 3:20 Attendance: 5445

 
Play-by-Play
 

2012 Ole Miss Baseball
#8 Texas A&M at Ole Miss
Jun 02, 2012 at College Station, TX (Blue Bell Park)

Texas A&M starters: 18/rf Naquin; 17/3b Juengel; 27/1b House; 6/c Stein; 30/dh Nau; 8/lf Wood; 16/ss Reynolds; 13/cf Bratsen; 14/2b Arthur; 36/p Stripling;

Ole Miss starters: 12/rf T. Mathis; 2/2b A. Yarbrough; 33/1b Ma. Snyder; 11/lf Z. Kirksey; 9/cf A. Bousfield; 24/dh S. Orvis; 30/c W. Allen; 25/3b A. Mistone; 22/ss J. Overbey; 28/p M. Mayers;

Texas A&M 1st - Naquin struck out swinging. Juengel flied out to lf. House struck out looking. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Ole Miss 1st - T. Mathis walked. A. Yarbrough flied out to cf. T. Mathis out at first p to 1b, picked off. Ma. Snyder struck out swinging. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Texas A&M 2nd - Stein walked. Nau grounded into double play 2b to ss to 1b; Stein out on the play. Wood struck out swinging. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Ole Miss 2nd - Z. Kirksey singled to second base. A. Bousfield singled up the middle; Z. Kirksey advanced to second. S. Orvis struck out swinging. W. Allen singled to shortstop; A. Bousfield advanced to second; Z. Kirksey advanced to third. A. Mistone struck out swinging. J. Overbey struck out looking. 0 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, 3 LOB.

Texas A&M 3rd - Reynolds singled up the middle. Bratsen out at first p to 2b, SAC, bunt; Reynolds advanced to second. Arthur struck out swinging. Naquin doubled to right field, RBI; Reynolds scored. Juengel reached on a throwing error by p, bunt, advanced to second on the error, advanced to third on the error; Naquin scored, unearned. House walked. Stein struck out swinging. 2 runs, 2 hits, 1 error, 2 LOB.

Ole Miss 3rd - T. Mathis singled up the middle. A. Yarbrough singled to left field; T. Mathis advanced to second. Ma. Snyder grounded out to 3b; A. Yarbrough advanced to second; T. Mathis advanced to third. A. Yarbrough advanced to third on a wild pitch; T. Mathis scored on a wild pitch. Z. Kirksey struck out swinging, out at first c to 1b. A. Bousfield singled to right field, RBI; A. Yarbrough scored. S. Orvis reached on a throwing error by ss; A. Bousfield advanced to second, advanced to third on the error. W. Allen flied out to rf. 2 runs, 3 hits, 1 error, 2 LOB.

Texas A&M 4th - Nau flied out to cf. Wood struck out swinging. Reynolds walked. Reynolds stole second. Bratsen struck out swinging. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Ole Miss 4th - A. Mistone reached on a throwing error by 3b. J. Overbey struck out swinging, bunt. T. Mathis doubled down the rf line; A. Mistone advanced to third. A. Yarbrough intentionally walked. Ma. Snyder doubled to right center, 2 RBI; A. Yarbrough advanced to third, out at home cf to 2b to c; T. Mathis scored; A. Mistone scored, unearned. Z. Kirksey struck out swinging. 2 runs, 2 hits, 1 error, 1 LOB.

Texas A&M 5th - Arthur flied out to rf. Naquin flied out to rf. Juengel grounded out to p, bunt. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Ole Miss 5th - A. Bousfield flied out to cf to right center. S. Orvis flied out to cf to left center. W. Allen popped up to 1b. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Texas A&M 6th - House popped up to 1b. Stein struck out looking. Nau grounded out to ss. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Ole Miss 6th - A. Mistone singled up the middle, advanced to second on a throwing error by ss. J. Overbey out at first p to 2b, SAC, bunt; A. Mistone advanced to third. T. Mathis doubled to center field, RBI; A. Mistone scored. A. Yarbrough out at first 1b to p; T. Mathis advanced to third. Ma. Snyder singled up the middle, RBI; T. Mathis scored. Z. Kirksey fouled out to 3b. 2 runs, 3 hits, 1 error, 1 LOB.

Texas A&M 7th - Wood struck out looking. Reynolds singled up the middle. Bratsen doubled down the lf line, RBI; Reynolds scored. B. Huber to p for M. Mayers. Arthur walked. Naquin struck out swinging. Juengel flied out to cf. 1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Ole Miss 7th - A. Bousfield struck out swinging. S. Orvis struck out swinging. W. Allen struck out swinging. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Texas A&M 8th - T. Mathis to lf. W. Jamison to rf for Z. Kirksey. House singled to right field. Stein walked; House advanced to second. Nau struck out swinging. Statum pinch hit for Wood. Statum flied out to rf; House advanced to third. Reynolds struck out swinging. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Ole Miss 8th - Statum to lf. Reynolds to 2b. Arthur to ss. A. Mistone out at first 1b to 2b to p. J. Overbey popped up to 2b. T. Mathis walked. Uriegas to p for Stripling. A. Yarbrough walked; T. Mathis advanced to second. Ma. Snyder flied out to rf. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Texas A&M 9th - A. Knight to c for W. Allen. Bolcerek pinch hit for Bratsen. Bolcerek grounded out to 2b. Arthur walked. Naquin hit by pitch; Arthur advanced to second. R.J. Hively to p for B. Huber. Juengel popped up to p. House out at first 1b to p. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

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