TCU Blanks Dallas Baptist, 2-0

April 26, 2016

Final Stats

DALLAS – Evan Skoug’s two-run home run in the fourth inning was all No. 7 TCU needed to defeat No. 17 Dallas Baptist Tuesday night in a game called after seven innings due to weather.

The Rundown
The combination of Rex Hill, Jared Janczak and Durbin Feltman made the two-runs stand up as they limited the Patriot to just three hits.

In a pre-determined start, Hill issued just two walks and didn’t allow a hit in two innings of work. Janczak (5-3) tossed 4 1/3 scoreless innings. He allowed three hits, walked two and struck out two. Feltman picked up his third save of the season, retiring the only two batters he faced.

A sparkling defensive play by Josh Watson in the third kept Dallas Baptist from taking the lead. With one on and two out, Watson appeared to have made a diving catch, but it was ruled to have hit the ground. The runner from first was off and running on the play, but Watson got up and threw a strike to Skoug at home, who tagged the runner to end the inning.

Cam Warner opened up the fourth with a lead-off double. Skoug followed with a home run to left field to put the Frogs on top 2-0.

Dallas Baptist threatened in the seventh inning with a pair of base runners. With one out, the lightning struck prompting a 1 hour and 35 minute delay. Upon resumption, Durbin Feltman came on and got the final two outs in the inning to preserve the shutout.

Stat of the Game
8 –
TCU collected its eighth shutout of the season.

• TCU homered in a game for the 26th time this season.
• TCU has scored two-or more runs in an inning 73 times this season.
Luken Baker have reached base safely in 11 straight games.
Cam Warner pushed his hitting streak to seven games.
Connor Wanhanen and Cam Warner have reached base safely in seven straight.
Evan Skoug notched his 10th multiple-RBI game of the season and the 23rd of his career.

Next Up
With the win, TCU improves to 29-10 overall. The Horned Frogs return to Lupton Stadium to open a three-game series against league-leading and 10th-ranked Texas Tech. Friday’s nationally televised game is slated to start at 8 p.m. and air on FS1.



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