How to play baseball with friends.
One of the more exciting aspects of Texas Tech baseball is that the players are all college athletes.
This season, the Techs are just as good as any of the top teams in the Big 12 and have a great pitching staff.
They’ve also won two games this season and are on track to finish the season with three more than any other team in the league.
Here are some tips to make the most of your time with the team: Be prepared for a lot of pitching.
Techs ace Kyle Kuntz has a 2.58 ERA and is one of the best in the nation at getting strikeouts in a big league setting.
Tech pitchers have been able to do this due to the depth of the staff.
A lot of the starters have a lot more experience than they had in their freshman years.
In fact, the entire Tech team is over the age of 25.
Tech has a ton of experience in the bullpen and it should pay off in the upcoming season.
Know your pitching.
The Techs bullpen is a very deep one and the fact that they’ve been able the past two seasons to get the job done should give you a good feel for who to look for.
Know the hitters.
The starting rotation is a deep one.
They have a ton to work with, including two former All-Americans and a former three-time Big 12 pitcher in the duo of Jamey Wright and Justin Smith.
It will be interesting to see how the bullpen develops.
Know what to expect.
Tech is one game away from the Big Dance in 2019.
The season opens on Sept. 30 against the Texas Tech Red Raiders at 6 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.
Tech will then play in its next game on Sept, 1 against the Colorado Buffaloes.
Tech returns home for the 2019 season on Sept., 9 against the Kansas State Wildcats.
Tech finishes the season on the road against Oklahoma on Sept..
17 and the winner of that game gets into the postseason for the first time since 2014.
It’s going to be a good year for the Tech baseball program.
The only question is, what do you think the most fun parts of baseball will be?