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Texas Tech Baseball Falls to No. 13 Arizona State 8-5, Tech Starts Series Against Baylor Tonight

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Texas Tech Red Raider Baseball fell in their final midweek contest of the regular season last night. The Red Raiders fell to No. 13 Arizona State 8-5 in Tempe, Arizona.

Jake Barrios plated three runs for the Red Raiders going 1 for 4 while Brett Bell and Bryant Burleson had multi-hit games as Tech raced out to a 5-0 lead before the Sun Devils scored eight unanswered runs.

Matt Withrow threw three innings to start the game giving up four runs earning the no-decision on the mound.

The loss drops Tech to 23-27 on the season. Tech returns to the diamond tonight as they host the Baylor Bears to start a Big 12 Conference series. First pitch tonight is at 6:37.

Tech needs two wins against Baylor to clinch a spot in the Big 12 Tournament and to eliminate the Texas Longhorns from making the tournament.

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