Baylor wins series opener over Texas Tech in 11 innings
Baylor wins opener at Texas Tech in 11 innings after letting big lead slip away. The Bears built a 9-3 lead in just four and a half innings of baseball in Lubbock, but saw that lead disappear in the late innings.
The Red Raiders rallied to tie things up in the 8th inning after scoring a pair of runs against the Baylor bullpen. That sent the series opener between the two teams into extra innings.
Baylor finally broke through in the 11th when Richard Cunningham singled home Nick Loftin with what turned out to be the game winning run in the 11-10 victory.
Kyle Hill shut the door in the bottom of the 11th inning to finish off one of his longest outings of the year. Hill threw over 50 pitches and allowed no runs to finish off the Baylor win.