Auburn baseball hoped to be special in 2018. Already through with their nonconference schedule, the Tigers and are on track to accomplish their goal.
Butch Thompson’s ball club begins conference play with a 17-1 record this weekend at Plainsman Park. That means Auburn has matched the 1997 team for the best 18-game start in program history.
Though many consider the Tigers’ schedule to this point to be easy, Auburn has a win over a top 15 program (South Alabama) and holds the country’s third-best RPI.
Following its first SEC series this weekend, Auburn is headed to Georgia for a midweek matchup against Georgia Tech and then to Kentucky for a set against the Wildcats. First, however, Thompson’s club will try to secure a conference series win against the No. 6 team in the nation.
Auburn baseball vs. Texas A&M game times, details
Game 1: Friday, March 16, 8 p.m. ET
Game 2: Saturday, March 17, 3 p.m. ET
Game 3: Sunday, March 18, 2 p.m. ET
Location: Plainsman Park (Auburn, Ala.)
What TV channels are Auburn vs. Texas A&M games on?
The games will be streamed on SEC Network+. Andy Burcham will deliver play-by-play and Mark Fuller will provide color throughout the weekend.
How can I listen to Auburn vs. Texas A&M games?
You can follow the game on the radio on WTGZ-FM (93.9) or online at the Auburn Radio Network.
What you should know
- Auburn and Texas A&M have only played 15 times since 1949 and the Aggies have a 9-6 advantage in the overall series. Texas A&M leads in College Station but are tied on the Plains. The two teams have never played on a neutral site.
- Auburn has lost its last two games to Texas A&M, including a 3-1 loss last year in College Station.
- Ace Casey Mize will get the start for Auburn on Friday night. So far this season, the Springville, Ala., native is 4-0 and has accrued a 2.13 ERA while striking out 38 batters through 25 1/3 innings. Davis Daniel is listed as the projected starter for the Saturday game and Sunday is TBA.
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