Aggies returns home to host Texas State on Tuesday

STATION COLLEGE, Texas – Texas A&M kicks off the second half of the regular season on Tuesday when the Aggies host the No. 15 Texas State Bobcats in a 6:32 p.m. contest on Olsen Field in Blue Bell Park.


Texas A&M (16-11) has one of the most experienced hitters in the nation in Dylan Rock. The UTSA transfer ranks 18th among active NCAA Division I players with 753 at-bats. He ranks fifth among active players in runs (171), seventh in doubles (52), 10th in hits (243), 12th in total bases (368), 23rd in games played (201) and 28th in RBI ( 135). Over the last 14 games, Rock is averaging .431 (25 for 58) with 18 runs, five doubles, seven homers, 20 RBIs and five stolen bases. During the season, Rock hits .358 (29 for 81) with six homers, six doubles, 21 RBIs and 20 runs. He leads the team with eight stolen bases this season.

The Aggie Bats have gone from strength to strength over the past 11 games, hitting a .317 clip with a .389 on-base percentage and .506 hitting percentage, batting 25 doubles, two triples and 18 homers in the span. .

Jack Moss leads the offense early in the season, batting .379 on .447 on-base percentage, both team highs. He’s reached base in the last 23 games and in 26 of 27 games this season. During the season, he has a team record of 13 multi-hit games. In addition to batting average and on-base percentage, he leads the team in hits (39) and RBI (22).


The Bobcats are one of the most improved teams in 2022. After finishing 21-36 last season, Texas State currently holds an overall record of 23-6 with a league record of 8-1 for s sit atop the Sun Belt Conference standings.


Texas A&M and Texas State have met 60 times with the Aggies leading the series, 46-14. The Maroon & White have faced off with the Bobcats every year since 1987 except for 2015 and 2020. The Aggies started the all-time series by winning the first 12 games. Lately, Texas A&M has won six of the last seven games. The Aggies beat the Bobcats 8-4 at San Marcos and 4-0 at Blue Bell Park in 2021. Austin Bost hit a two-run homer in both games. In Game 2, Jonathan Childress (5.0 IP) and Chris Weber (4.0) combined for five Texas State hits in the shutout.

PROMOTIONTuesday Teacher Appreciation Night – Teachers and school administrators with valid school ID can purchase discounted general admission tickets at the group rate ($5)

Junior Aggie Club (JAC) – members can receive free admission to all regular season baseball games on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. JAC member must present a valid JAC 2021-22 accreditation at the ticket office upon entry to receive a free admission ticket. Additional tickets for family members are available for purchase. Entry subject to availability.

Sausage vouchers – FREE sausage vouchers for the first 100 fans at the marketing table in the lobby (section 104).

Tiff’s Treats Tuesdays – FREE Tiff’s Treats Chocolate Chip Cookies for the first 250 students in Section 12. TO FOLLOWTexas A&M games are available to stream via SEC Network+, while fans can tune in locally on 1150 AM / 93.7 FM or inside the 12th Man mobile app. Besides, live statistics are available for fans to follow all matches.

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