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Aggies Take Game One
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Posted May 4, 2013
Texas A&M starting pitcher Daniel Mengden allowed Missouri just two hits as the Aggies posted a 2-1 victory in the series opener Friday night on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park.
to get a leadoff single and score a run in the first inning, but the Tigers were held scoreless and managed just one hit over the next eight innings as the Aggies posted a 2-1 victory in the series opener Friday night on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park.
Mengden (5-3) registered a career-high with 10 strikeouts and allowed one run on two hits and three walks over 8.0 innings. After the first inning, Missouri’s only other hit came in the fifth when Kendall Keeton was called safe on a bang-bang play at first after a chopper to short.
Jason Jester earned his 11th save of the season with a scoreless ninth inning. He issued a one-out walk, but ended the game with a grounder to first base and a strikeout. The 11 saves is tied with Scott Centala (1988) for second on A&M’s single-season list and two behind the school record of 13 set by
Missouri’s Rob Zastryzny (2-9) was the hard-luck loser, allowing two runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out seven in the complete-game effort.
The Tigers pounced on the Aggies for a run in the top of the first inning. Logan Pearson hit a leadoff single to centerfield, advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by Dillon Everett and moved to third on a grounder to short by Dane Opel. Keaton Steele put runners on the corners with an eight-pitch walk and Pearson came around to score when the fourth ball issued to Dylan Kelly was in the dirt for a wild pitch.
Texas A&M (24-22, 8-13 SEC) staked claim to a 2-1 lead with a two-spot in the home half of the fourth inning.
served as the rally’s catalyst by legging out an infield single on a grounder to short to start the frame. Hunter Melton followed with a single to the gap in right centerfield to put runners on the corners. Mitchell Nau plated Stein with a single to leftfield for the equalizer. After Jonathan Moroney pushed two runners into scoring position with a sacrifice bunt,
knocked in Melton for the go-ahead run with an RBI groundout to second base.
Stein and Melton each went 2-for-4 with one run to lead the Aggie offense. Mikey Reynolds reached on a two-out double in the third inning, reaching base in his 44th consecutive game, the longest active streak in the nation. It also extended a 14-game hit streak.
Missouri (15-26, 7-15 SEC) only managed singles from Pearson and Keeton along with four walks and a hit batsman.
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