Texas A&M Baseball: No. 1 Florida comes to Blue Bell Park

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Every starter except one picked up at least a hit on Tuesday, but that doesn’t mean too much against an overmatched Prairie View A&M staff. The lone player who didn’t pick up a hit was SEC Freshman of the Week Zach DeLoach, who had four walks.

To beat the Gators the Aggies are going to need to see production like that again. This staff is hard to get a hit off of so working walks and finding ways to get guys all the way around the bases when the hits aren’t coming will be crucial.

That means the bottom of the lineup stepping up like they did against Mississippi State, and it also means that Aggie starting pitchers are probably going to need to go as deep as possible, particularly if the bottom of the order can’t get it done.

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A struggling offense backed up by a struggling bullpen does no favors for anyone, particularly against the number one team in the nation.

***all stats come from 12thman.com, floridagators.com, and espn.com***