Dallas – Oklahoma State saw their cut-off victories at 7 p.m. Tuesday when the Dallas Baptiste defeated the No. 3 Cowboys, 8-7, at Horner Ballpark.
The two-time home race with two ninth inning wins reclaimed the win as OSU dropped to 34-14 on the season; DBU has now won six in a row to improve to 31-17.
Pokes scored 13 hits at night, with Zach Erhard Going 3 against 5 in the board, and Jake ThompsonAnd Marcus Brown And Aidan Mulla Each collect two strikes.
OSU used six jugs at night, with Nolan McClain Taking the loss down to 1-1.
The Cowboys took the lead early on, carrying bases without any ends in the first in two single pointers. Then they go up on the board in sacrifice Griffin Dorching.
But OSU wasn’t at the top for long as he hit DBU for a couple of runs in the lower half of the half, taking advantage of a mistake and getting Cole Moore’s two-doubles to go up, 2-1.
After that, visitors will be drawing even rock regio He doubled down on the wall base on the right field to turn back Brown, who took the second innings by one, to make the score 2-2.
Each team hit Homer at each of the next two teams on the bat, with Nate Rombach’s shot giving the DBU a 3-2 lead in a second ahead of Thompson 11y The season blast tied the score in third place.
The Pokes reclaimed the lead in fifth, as they combined for a pair of runs with two differences. Brown started things off on his own, and Meola followed by smoking a double RBI over the wall in the field position. next one, Ian Dougherty An RBI single delivered to the center with OSU taking a 5-3 advantage.
A back-and-forth relationship continued into the sixth as DBU used a pair of home runs to return to the top. Luke Heefner led the inning with a long ball, giving the Patriots a 6-5 lead.
OSU wiped this deficit at seven when David Mindham | Homer, the eighth of the season, hit over the wall in the right midfield to make the score 6-6.
In the eighth inning, Doersching’s second RBI of the game gave OSU another lead as he tore a double to the left with two naysayers to put the Pokes ahead, 7-6.
Retiring from the first hitter on the ninth, McClain walked with Ryan and Robelsky before flying Blaine Jones brought to the plate. Jones turned left on the first court he saw to give the Patriots the win.
The leading Big 12 Cowboys return to conference action Friday night when they open a series against Texas Tech at O’Brate Stadium.