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Texas AM Baseball Schedule
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For Texas A&M University baseball, Omaha is the only goal on the mind. With just two College World Series appearances since 1999, the Aggies are hoping for another magical run similar to the 2017 CWS berth after back-to-back disappointing ends in NCAA Regional play the last two years.

TAMU finished the 2019 season 39-23-1 and earned their 13th straight and 35th overall trip to the NCAA Tournament. Bryce Blaum’s walk-off grand slam to down West Virginia in NCAA Regional play to stay alive before being bounced by Duke was undoubtedly the highlight for the Aggies in ’19. Still, finishing in Omaha will be no small task considering the Aggies play in the best conference in college baseball.

Luckily for Aggies head coach Rob Childress, he has college baseball’s best pitcher not named Emerson Hancock returning to anchor the staff and should showcase some breakout players this season.

The apple of TAMU fans’ eyes this spring will undoubtedly be Asa Lacy. The 6-foot-4 left-handed ace can sling his fastball into the mid-90s and was a strikeout machine last season. He went 8-4 and maintained a 2.13 ERA while limiting hitters to a .162 average. He’s also a good bet to finish as an All-American and find himself as a first-round MLB Draft pick.

A lack of offense was all too common for Texas A&M attack that hit just .251 in ’19, but that could change this season. Bryce Blaum and Mikey Hoehner, who each hit .292, are back. Blaum, who hit the walk-off grand slam last postseason, clubbed six homers last year. The real sleeper on this team is outfielder Zach Deloach. He hit just .200 a season ago but tore up the Cape Cod League over the summer and was tabbed a preseason All-American by Baseball America.

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Texas A&M’s schedule in 2020 is an exciting one. The Aggies will serve as the home team 33 times at Blue Bell Park and play nine games against College World Series teams from a year ago.

The Aggies open the season against Miami (Ohio) at home on Feb. 14 and play their first midweek games on Tue, Feb 18, against Stephen F. Austin and Wed, Feb 19, against Prairie View A&M. You’ll want to buy tickets to a massive rivalry showdown against LSU (May 1-3, Fri.-Sun.) in College Station, and a bout with Mississippi State in Starkville will make for quite the road trip

Texas A&M Baseball Schedule 2020

Feb. 14-16: MIAMI (OHIO)

Feb. 18: STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

Feb. 19: PRAIRIE VIEW A&M

Feb. 21-23: ARMY

Feb. 25: HOUSTON BAPTIST

Feb. 26: INCARNATE WORD

2020 Frisco Classic

Feb. 28: Illinois

Feb. 29: UCLA

Mar. 1: Oklahoma State

Mar. 3: TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI

Mar. 4: ABILENE CHRISTIAN

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Mar. 6-8: NEW MEXICO STATE

Mar. 10: at Rice

Mar. 13-15: at Auburn*

Mar. 17: HOUSTON

Mar. 19-21: OLE MISS*

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Mar. 24: LAMAR

Mar. 27-29: at Florida*

Mar. 31: TEXAS

Apr. 3-5: GEORGIA*

Apr. 7: DALLAS BAPTIST

Apr. 9-11: at Arkansas*

Apr. 14: TEXAS STATE

Apr. 17-19: ALABAMA*

Apr. 21: at Sam Houston State

Apr. 24-26: at Mississippi State*

Apr. 28: UT ARLINGTON

May 1-3: LSU*

May 8-10: TENNESSEE*

May 14-16: at Missouri*

May 19-24: Southeastern Conference Tournament (Hoover, AL)

May 29-June 1: NCAA Regional

June 5-8: NCAA Super Regional

June 13-24: College World Series (Omaha, NE)

* — Denotes SEC game
ALL CAPS — Denotes home games

MORE: Aggies Ranked No. 21 in College Baseball’s Preseason Poll

Patrick Pinak About the author:
Patrick has spent parts of the last four years covering University of Florida athletics and spent two seasons with Major League Baseball. He's a baseball junkie who spends his days defending Derek Jeter and the Miami Marlins. A recent Gator grad, Patrick currently resides in Gainesville, Florida.
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