Fall Report: Texas A&MAnalysis
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Everyone in college baseball received a gut punch last March when the season was shuttered because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. But the punch created a bit more sting for several coaches, including Texas A&M long-time skipper Rob Childress.
The Aggies were in the midst of campaign that could’ve ended in a huge way. A&M welcomed talented hitting coach Chad Caillet in the offseason and was entering SEC play with a revamped offense when the season ended. But most gut wrenching for Childress and the Aggies was the inability to see ace pitcher Asa Lacy and[…]