For the second straight year UTSA baseball stunned Baylor as they recorded a 5-3 win over the Bears at Wolff Stadium on Tuesday night.
Jordan Pacheco kept up his perfect record for the year, getting another win through his work in the crucial sixth inning while Matt Sims was awarded the save.
After a strikeout RJ Perucki jordan retro shoes stepped up and sent his first pitch away for a single to left which lead to Mike Warren hitting a double down the left-field line.
With runners in scoring positions Mike Ramirez stepped up and hit a single to right which allowed both runners to score, stretching the lead to three before a double-play ended the inning with UTSA 3-0 up after one.
It became a defensive affair until the top of the fifth with few hits and zero runs as the pitchers did their jobs but Baylor woke up at the top of the fifth.
After opening with a strikeout Baylor managed to load the bases following a walk, a squeeze bunt and a second walk before Nathan Orf managed an RBI bunt down the third base-line to score Jake Miller jordan retro 5 as Baylor clawed one run back before ending the fifth at 3-1.
The top of the sixth saw the Bears tie the scores as Duncan Wendel opened with a single before an error allowed him on to second, a double from Grayson Porter then closed the gap to just one.
Baylor then drew level as Mitch Price was walked then a sacrifice bunt advanced Porter to third, that lead to Brett Doe stepping up, and while he was thrown out UTSA allowed Porter home, leveling the scores before a ground out closed the inning.
UTSA responded with Mike Warren hitting a double to right before Tony Ramirez was walked, allowing a nike air jordan retro sacrifice bunt to advance the pair. It was then that Jesse Baker stepped up and hit a perfect single to left which sent both runners through to give UTSA a 5-3 lead.
It could have been even more for UTSA as a Welborn single loaded the bases before Ryley Good was thrown out at home and a ground out ended the inning.
That was all the scoring but Baylor threatened twice late on, first in the eighth as a Sims walk loaded the bases but a three-pitch strike-out salvaged the inning.
The bases were loaded again in the ninth, and this time the Bears had two outs to play with but Sims secured his save with a strike-out and a ground out getting the Roadrunners over the line.
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