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Former Red Raider Pitcher Gets Promoted to AAA
Josh Jung and Caleb Kilian get most of the praise right now when it comes to former Red Raiders in the minor leagues right now. Jung is obviously at the top of the Texas Rangers system, while Kilian was a valuable trade asset moving from the Giants to the Cubs at the trade deadline...
Texas Tech Baseball Has 9 Drafted to Major Leagues
The Texas Tech Red Raider baseball team set a record this week with seven players drafted on the second day of the Major League Baseball draft. Day three saw two more Red Raiders fly off the board. In total, nine Red Raiders were drafted which tied Arkansas for second-most among schools to have play…
Two Red Raiders Get Picked in 4th Round of MLB Draft
Texas Tech baseball has been well represented in the MLB draft over the past decade with dozens of players being selected by Major League organizations out of Texas Tech in the Tim Tadlock era at Texas Tech and before.
With a couple of Red Raiders turning heads in the Minor Leagues though, the steam …
Consensus All-American Jace Jung Is Now A Part of Team USA
The Big 12's player of the year Jace Jung is now a consensus All-American. That's seven All-American nods for the Red Raiders Second Baseman. Four of the publications honored Jung with first-team recognition. Two gave him second-team awards and the seventh honor was a third-team...
Jace Jung is Going to Need a Bigger Trophy Case
The Red Raiders have collected eight individual All-American honors after their third straight run to the Super Regionals ended at the hands of the Stanford Cardinal. Brooks Wallace Award winner Cal Conley and Jace Jung have been doing the heavy lifting as far as the honors go...
A Red Raider Finally Wins the Brooks Wallace Award
The inaugural Brooks Wallace award was given to Catcher Kurt Suzuki from Cal State Fullerton in 2004. Since then the award named after former Red Raider has honed its criteria to the best shortstop in the country along with dedication, leadership, and performance...
Stanford Walloped Texas Tech in Lubbock Super Regional
That was an utter beatdown of epic proportions. The underdog came into Lubbock and absolutely manhandled the better team from start to finish. In fact, this weekend, there's zero doubt that Stanford was the better team. The total score of the Super Regional through two games was 24-3...
The Silver Lining To Getting Blown Out in Game One
That was not pretty.
It never is when you lose 15-3. It was all Stanford today on both sides of the ball. The Cardinal pitched it better than Texas Tech with Brendan Beck throwing a masterful gem in 108-degree heat striking 13 Red Raiders across 7...

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