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Baseball's Streak Ends with 4-1 Loss at UTSA

(35-8) Rank: #3
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 1
3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 X 4 8 2

Box Score

San Antonio, Texas • Attendance: 1,151

(18-23) Rank: NR
Runs 1 4
AB 33 31
Hits 8 8
RBI 1 4
BB 1 4
SO 10 5
LOB 7 7

Vick 3 H 2 Two Players
Towey 1 2B 1 Perucki
None -- 3B -- None
None -- HR -- None
Towey 1 RBI 2 Rockett
Vick 1 SB 1 Five Players

W - Pacheco (1-2) 5.1 7 1 1 5
L - Stone (2-1) 5.1 7 4 4 4
S - Sims (6) 1.0 0 0 0 2

Baylor's school-record and Big 12-record winning streak ended at 24 games ... The Bears tied the longest road winning streak in program history (1986) with 9 consecutive road wins ... Nathan Orf (career-high 9 games) and Steve DalPorto (4 games) extended hitting streaks ... Josh Ludy's career-high 10-game hitting streak was snapped - Ludy had multi-hit games in the last 9 of those 10 games ... Max Muncy (13 games) and Orf (career-high 12 games) extended on-base streaks ... Dan Evatt (career-high 18 games) and Ludy (career-high 16 games) both had on-base streaks snapped ... Logan Vick drew his 119th career walk - he needs 3 more to crack the Big 12's all-time top 10 ... Muncy made his 125th consecutive start at first base; he has started 161 of 162 games since joining the Baylor program ... Austin Stone pitched a career-long 5.1 innings ... Muncy recorded his 1st career bunt single - it was the first bunt he's put in play during his 3-year Baylor career ... Vick recorded his 24th career stolen base ... Vick (48th career) and Orf (36th career) had multi-hit games ... Baylor is now 28-5 in the all-time series against UTSA, including an 8-2 mark in games played in San Antonio and a 26-3 record during the Steve Smith era.

April 24, 2012

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Baylor's school-record 24-game winning streak came to an end with a 4-1 loss against UTSA on Tuesday night at Wolff Stadium. The loss was the Bears' first since March 13.

No. 3 Baylor (35-8) gave up three runs in the first inning, and that would prove to be all the offense UTSA (18-23) would need to snap the longest winning streak by any Division I team this season.

Austin Stone (2-1) took the loss after allowing four runs on seven hits in a career-long 5.1 innings. Brad Kuntz and Kolt Browder each worked 1.1 innings of shutout relief for the Bears, but the Baylor offense couldn't manage a late rally.

Cal Towey's RBI double in the fourth inning scored Logan Vick to cut UTSA's lead to 3-1, but Roadrunners' starting pitcher Jordan Pacheco escaped the inning without any further damage.

Pacheco (1-2) picked up the win by allowing one run on seven hits in 5.1 innings. Clint Sharp pitched 2.2 innings of shutout relief, and Matt Sims worked a scoreless ninth to earn his sixth save of the season.

Stone ran into trouble in the first inning after issuing consecutive walks with one out. Ryan Dalton's RBI single got UTSA on the board, and a double steal put two runners in scoring position with one out. Stone got the second out with a strikeout, but Daniel Rockett followed with a two-run single to stake Pacheco a three-run lead.

Nathan Orf singled with one out in the fifth, but Lawton Langford hit a sharp liner right to the shortstop on a hit-and-run play that turned into a double play.

Max Muncy's first career bunt single and Vick's second hit of the night put the potential tying run on base with one out in the sixth inning, but Dan Evatt struck out on a wild pitch for the second out, and Muncy was tagged out trying to score from second base when the ball went to the backstop. UTSA added an insurance run in the bottom half on a R.J. Perucki RBI double to extend its lead to 4-1.

Vick led off the ninth inning with a single, but he was stranded on second base when the game ended. He finished the game 3-for-3 with a walk and the Bears' lone run scored, while Nathan Orf went 2-for-4 and Towey collected Baylor's only RBI.

The Bears return home to host UT Arlington for $1 hot dog night at 6:35 p.m. Wednesday. Baylor's last loss prior to the 24-game winning streak came against UTA on March 13. The Bears have won a school-record 17 straight games at home and are 24-3 at Baylor Ballpark this season.



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