LUBBOCK, Texas – Kansas scored 5 unearned runs within the seventh inning Thursday night to erase a three-run deficit and hand No. 5 Texas Tech a 7-4 loss within the sequence opener inside Dan Legislation Discipline at Rip Griffin Park.
The Jayhawks (30-24; 8-14) took benefit of a pair of Tech errors within the seventh to attain 5 runs after which added a pair of insurance coverage runs within the ninth to maintain the Crimson Raiders (33-13; 12-10) winless in dwelling sequence openers throughout Massive 12 play this season. Tech has bounced again to win two of its three convention sequence up to now at dwelling.
Kansas did the majority of its harm with two outs within the inning as Kyler Messinger gave the Jayhawks their first lead with a two-run triple within the seventh adopted by a two-run single from Dylan Ditzenberger within the ninth. The Jayhawks scored 5 of their seven runs within the win with two outs within the inning.
The loss spoiled a powerful begin from Tech starter Patrick Monteverde, who earned a no-decision after permitting two unearned runs off six hits and 10 strikeouts over his 6.1 innings. His 10 strikeouts marked a season-high, topping his earlier mark of 9 that was set on three completely different begins this 12 months.
The Crimson Raiders supplied Monteverde with an early 3-0 lead within the first due to a RBI double from Cole Stillwell adopted instantly after by a two-run single from Cal Conley. Stillwell joined Jace Jung with multi-hit nights for the Crimson Raiders with every ending 2-for-3 total.
Jung supplied the Crimson Raiders’ solely different run with a towering solo dwelling run within the eighth, his team-leading nineteenth of the season, which moved him into sole possession of fifth all-time in Tech single-season historical past. It marks essentially the most dwelling runs by a Crimson Raider in a season since Josh Brady launched 20 out of the park through the 2004 marketing campaign.
The house run to Jung was the lone mistake by Kansas reliever Nathan Barry (2-2), who picked up the win after surrendering only one hit over his two full innings. Jonah Ulane tossed an ideal backside of the ninth to shut out the win for his eleventh save of the season.
Ryan Sublette (6-3) took the loss for the Crimson Raiders after giving up three unearned runs off two hits, a pair of walks and three strikeouts over his 1.2 strikeouts. Tech mixed for 14 strikeouts as a employees, marking the third time in its final 4 video games to succeed in double digits.
The Crimson Raiders will look to even the sequence in recreation two on Friday at 2 p.m. Texas Tech will hand the ball to right-handed pitcher Micah Dallas (3-2, 3.10 ERA) whereas Kansas will go along with left-hander Eli Davis (6-5, 5.10 ERA). The sport might be seen on Massive 12 Now on ESPN+.
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