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The Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball team represents Texas Tech University in NCAA Division I college baseball. The team competes in the Big 12 Conference and plays at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. Their head coach is Tim Tadlock and is entertaining his 9th season with the Red Raiders.

Texas Tech Red Raiders
2022 Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball team
Founded1926
UniversityTexas Tech University
Head coachTim Tadlock (10th season)
ConferenceBig 12
LocationLubbock, Texas
Home stadiumDan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park
(Capacity: 4,801)
NicknameRed Raiders
ColorsScarlet and black
College World Series appearances
2014, 2016, 2018, 2019
NCAA regional champions
2014, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2021
NCAA Tournament appearances
1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022
Conference tournament champions
1995, 1998
Regular season conference champions
1995, 1997, 2016, 2017, 2019

Contents

Early years

The inaugural 1926 Texas Tech baseball team.

Along with the football and men's basketball teams, the Texas Tech baseball team was founded during the university's initial academic year, in 1925–26. The team's first series was against the West Texas A&M Buffaloes in 1926, an 18–9 victory in the first game and 14–9 loss in the second. The third game in the team's history—this one against Daniel Baker College—ended in a 3–3 tie after 11 innings.

E. Y. Freeland was the first coach of the Red Raiders, though the team was known as the Matadors at the time. He remained in the position for three years before R. Grady Higginbotham took the role. Higginbotham coached for only two years. From 1930 to 1953, Texas Tech did not field an intercollegiate baseball team.

Revival era

When the program returned in 1954, Beattie Feathers became the head coach of the Red Raiders and remained until 1960. He was followed by Berl Huffman (1961–1967), Kal Segrist (1968–1983), and Gary Ashby (1984–1986). Texas Tech joined the Southwest Conference in 1968, but experienced little success. During this 26 season period, the Red Raiders had only seven winning seasons; only twice finishing as high as third, with only three winning records in conference play.

Modern era

Larry Hays took over the Red Raiders baseball team in 1987. Under Hays, Texas Tech endured only two losing seasons, his first and last, and enjoyed their greatest success in baseball. Hays took Texas Tech from having a losing tradition to being a national contender. When Hays started with the Red Raiders, the team's overall record stood at 550–576–5. By the time he left, he was the fourth-winningest coach in college baseball history and improved the team's record to 1,365–1,054–8. The Red Raiders reached eight straight NCAA tournaments from 1995–2002 and again in 2004, three of which were held at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. They also won the 1995 Southwest Conference championship, and the inaugural Big 12 Conference championship in 1997. The Hays-led Red Raiders also won the SWC Tournament in 1995, and the Big 12 Tournament in 1998.

On June 2, 2008, Larry Hays announced his retirement, paving the way for assistant coach Dan Spencer to take over. Spencer, a former Texas Tech player, won back-to-back national championships as an assistant head coach for the Oregon State Beavers. In Spencer's four seasons as head coach, he led the Red Raiders to only one winning season. Prior to Spencer's fourth, and final, season as head coach, Tim Tadlock was hired as associate head coach for the Red Raiders under Dan Spencer. The following season saw Tadlock replace Spencer as the ninth head coach of the Red Raiders following Spencer's firing.

Tadlock was a starting shortstop for the Red Raiders during the 1990 and 1991 seasons. Tadlock previously led the Grayson College Vikings to back-to-back NJCAA Division I World Series championships in the team's five appearances over his 9 seasons as head coach. Tadlock's first season saw the team finish 26–30, and 8th of 9 in Big 12 play. Prior to the 2014 season, the Red Raiders were selected to finish in 8th place in the Big 12 Conference in the preseason polls. In only his second season, the Red Raiders won their first NCAA Tournament Regional Championship, defeating the Columbia Lions and host team Miami Hurricanes to advance to the program's first Super Regional appearance. The team would host College of Charleston in the Lubbock Super Regional before shutting them out twice in two 1–0 games, earning the programs first berth in the College World Series on the back of a 0.65 post season earned run average produced by assistant coach Ray Hayward's pitching staff. The Red Raiders have since gone on to win Big 12 regular season conference championships in 2016, 2017 and 2019 and again host both Regional and Super Regional rounds of the NCAA Tournament in Lubbock while also making three more appearances in the College World Series (2016, 2018-2019).

Statistics overview
Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Independent (1926–1967)
1926 Ewing Y. Freeland 11–2–1
1927 Ewing Y. Freeland 4–9–1
1928 Grady Higginbotham 8–6
1929 Grady Higginbotham 2–11
No Team Fielded (1930–1953)
1954 Beattie Feathers 1–7–1
1955 Beattie Feathers 3–17
1956 Beattie Feathers 8–7
1957 Beattie Feathers 7–4
1958 Beattie Feathers 6–9
1959 Beattie Feathers 7–6
1960 Beattie Feathers 8–7
1961 Berl Huffman 13–5
1962 Berl Huffman 15–11
1963 Berl Huffman 12–10
1964 Berl Huffman 9–16
1965 Berl Huffman 7–16
1966 Berl Huffman 10–13
1967 Berl Huffman 14–16
Southwest Conference (1968–1996)
1968 Kal Segrist 9–20 2–15 7th
1969 Kal Segrist 13–13 9–6 3rd
1970 Kal Segrist 12–16–1 5–10 5th
1971 Kal Segrist 26–14 11–7 3rd
1972 Kal Segrist 23–19 6–12 T–5th
1973 Kal Segrist 12–16 6–10 T–6th
1974 Kal Segrist 11–21 9–15 T–8th
1975 Kal Segrist 22–23 9–15 6th
1976 Kal Segrist 32–21 10–11 6th
1977 Kal Segrist 25–24 12–12 5th
1978 Kal Segrist 23–25 8–16 7th
1979 Kal Segrist 16–23 9–15 6th
1980 Kal Segrist 28–23–1 14–10 4th SWC Tournament, L 1–2
1981 Kal Segrist 26–21 8–13 7th
1982 Kal Segrist 21–22 9–12 5th
1983 Kal Segrist 18–23 8–13 6th
1984 Gary Ashby 33–22 9–12 T–5th
1985 Gary Ashby 18–33 2–19 8th
1986 Gary Ashby 34–25 7–14 6th
1987 Larry Hays 21–28 7–14 6th
1988 Larry Hays 34–25–1 7–14 6th
1989 Larry Hays 32–22 9–12 T–4th
1990 Larry Hays 31–29 6–16 7th
1991 Larry Hays 42–18 9–12 7th
1992 Larry Hays 29–25 15–19 4th
1993 Larry Hays 43–15 11–7 T–2nd SWC Tournament, L 0–2
1994 Larry Hays 40–17 12–6 T–2nd SWC Tournament, L 2–2
1995 Larry Hays 51–14 16–8 1st SWC Tournament, W 3–1
NCAA Midwest I Regional, L 3–2
1996 Larry Hays 49–15 15–9 2nd SWC Tournament, L 3–2
NCAA Central II Regional, L 2–2
Big 12 Conference (1997–present)
1997 Larry Hays 46–14 23–7 1st Big 12 Tournament, L 3–2
NCAA Central Regional, L 0–2
1998 Larry Hays 44–20 18–11 3rd Big 12 Tournament, W 4–1
NCAA Atlantic I Regional, L 1–2
1999 Larry Hays 42–17 18–8 3rd Big 12 Tournament, L 0–2
NCAA Lubbock Regional, L 2–2
2000 Larry Hays 36–26 18–12 5th Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
NCAA Houston Regional, L 1–2
2001 Larry Hays 43–20–1 19–10–1 2nd Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
NCAA Fullerton Regional, L 3–2
2002 Larry Hays 42–20 16–11 2nd Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
NCAA Houston Regional, L 1–2
2003 Larry Hays 30–25 8–18 9th
2004 Larry Hays 40–21 17–9 3rd Big 12 Tournament, L 0–2
NCAA Atlanta Regional, L 2–2
2005 Larry Hays 34–25 9–16 8th Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
2006 Larry Hays 31–26–1 9–16–1 8th Big 12 Tournament, L 0–3
2007 Larry Hays 28–27 8–18 10th
2008 Larry Hays 25–30 9–18 T–9th
2009 Dan Spencer 25–32 12–15 7th Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
2010 Dan Spencer 28–29 13–14 5th Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
2011 Dan Spencer 33–25 12–15 7th Big 12 Tournament, L 0–2
2012 Dan Spencer 29–26 7–17 T–8th
2013 Tim Tadlock 26–30 9–15 8th Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
2014 Tim Tadlock 45–19 14–10 4th Big 12 Tournament, L 0–2
NCAA Coral Gables Regional, W 3–1
NCAA Lubbock Super Regional, W 2–0
NCAA College World Series, 0–2
2015 Tim Tadlock 31–24 13–11 T-3rd Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
2016 Tim Tadlock 47–20 19–5 1st Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
NCAA Lubbock Regional, W 3–1
NCAA Lubbock Super Regional, W 2–1
NCAA College World Series, 1–2
2017 Tim Tadlock 45–17 16–8 T-1st Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
NCAA Lubbock Regional, L 2-2
2018 Tim Tadlock 45–20 15–9 3rd Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
NCAA Lubbock Regional, W 3–0
NCAA Lubbock Super Regional, W 2–1
NCAA College World Series, 1–2
2019 Tim Tadlock 45–19 16–8 1st Big 12 Tournament, L 3–2
NCAA Lubbock Regional, W 3–0
NCAA Lubbock Super Regional, W 2–1
NCAA College World Series, L 2–2
2020 Tim Tadlock 16–3 0–0 1st Season cancelled due to COVID–19
2021 Tim Tadlock 39–17 14–10 3rd Big 12 Tournament, L 1–2
NCAA Lubbock Regional, W 3–0
NCAA Lubbock Super Regional, L 0–2
Total: 1,815–1,336–8

National champion Postseason invitational champion
Conference regular season champion Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
Division regular season champion Division regular season and conference tournament champion
Conference tournament champion

Source:

Unanimous All-American

National Pitcher of the Year Award

Big 12 Conference Player of the Year

Big 12 Conference Pitcher of the Year

Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Year

  • Hudson White (2022)
  • Gabe Holt (2018)
  • Josh Jung (2017)

Big 12 Conference Coach of the Year

Big 12 Conference Tournament MVP

Southwest Conference Coach of the Year

Southwest Conference Tournament MVP

NCAA Division I Regional Tournament MVP

  • Kurt Wilson (2021, Lubbock)
  • Cam Warren (2019, Lubbock)
  • Zach Rheams (2018, Lubbock)
  • Hayden Howard (2016, Lubbock)
  • Dylan Dusek (2014, Coral Gables)

Skip Bertman Award

Retired jerseys

Number Player Seasons
22 Brooks Wallace 1977–1980
23 Clint Bryant 1993–1996
24 Kal Segrist 1968–1983
27 Larry Hays 1987–2008

At least 30 former Texas Tech Red Raiders have gone on to play Major League Baseball.

Player MLB Career Dates Round Drafted Team Drafted
Chuck Harrison 1965-1969, 1971 N/A N/A
Doug Ault 1976-1980 Free Agent Texas Rangers
Donald Harris 1991-1993 1st (5th pick) Texas Rangers
Mike Humphreys 1991-1993 15th San Diego Padres
Mark Brandenburg 1995-1997 26th Texas Rangers
Ryan Nye 1997-1998 2nd Philadelphia Phillies
Travis Smith 1998-2006 19th Milwaukee Brewers
Brandon Kolb 2000-2001 38th Oakland Athletics
Keith Ginter 2000-2005 10th Houston Astros
Stubby Clapp 2001

2019–present (Coach)

36th St. Louis Cardinals
Matt Miller 2001-2002 2nd Detroit Tigers
Trey Lunsford 2002-2003 33rd San Francisco Giants
Travis Driskill 2002-2005, 2007 4th Cleveland Indians
Josh Bard 2002-2011

2016–present (Coach)

3rd Colorado Rockies
Steve Watkins 2004 16th San Diego Padres
Joe Dillon 2005, 2007-2009

2018–present (Coach)

7th Kansas City Royals
Chris Sampson 2006-2009 8th Houston Astros
Jeff Karstens 2006-2012 19th New York Yankees
Dallas Braden 2007-2011 24th Oakland Athletics
Dustin Richardson 2009-2010 5th Boston Red Sox
Josh Tomlin 2010-present 19th Cleveland Indians
Zach Stewart 2011–2012 3rd Cincinnati Reds
AJ Ramos 2012-2018, 2020-2021 21st Florida Marlins
Roger Kieschnick 2013-2014 3rd San Francisco Giants
Nathan Karns 2013-2017, 2019 12th Washington Nationals
Chad Bettis 2013-2019 2nd Colorado Rockies
Danny Coulombe 2014-2018, 2020-present 25th Los Angeles Dodgers
Kelby Tomlinson 2015-2018 12th San Francisco Giants
Robert Dugger 2019-present 18th Seattle Mariners
Parker Mushinski 2022-present 7th Houston Astros
Davis Martin 2022-present 14th Chicago White Sox
Caleb Kilian 2022-present 77th San Fransisco Giants

Pro Red Raiders in other sports

Player Years Baseball
Position
Position in
other sport
League Team
Patrick Mahomes 2015 Relief pitcher Quarterback NFL Kansas City Chiefs
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Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball Article Talk Language Watch Edit The Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball team represents Texas Tech University in NCAA Division I college baseball The team competes in the Big 12 Conference and plays at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park Their head coach is Tim Tadlock and is entertaining his 9th season with the Red Raiders Texas Tech Red Raiders2022 Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball teamFounded1926UniversityTexas Tech UniversityHead coachTim Tadlock 10th season ConferenceBig 12LocationLubbock TexasHome stadiumDan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park Capacity 4 801 NicknameRed RaidersColorsScarlet and black 1 College World Series appearances2014 2016 2018 2019NCAA regional champions2014 2016 2018 2019 2021NCAA Tournament appearances1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2014 2016 2017 2018 2019 2021 2022Conference tournament champions1995 1998Regular season conference champions1995 1997 2016 2017 2019 Contents 1 History 1 1 Early years 1 2 Revival era 1 3 Modern era 2 Ballpark 3 Season by season results 4 Head coaches 5 Individual accomplishments 5 1 Retired jerseys 6 Red Raiders in the Major Leagues 6 1 Pro Red Raiders in other sports 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksHistory EditEarly years Edit The inaugural 1926 Texas Tech baseball team Along with the football and men s basketball teams the Texas Tech baseball team was founded during the university s initial academic year in 1925 26 The team s first series was against the West Texas A amp M Buffaloes in 1926 an 18 9 victory in the first game and 14 9 loss in the second 2 The third game in the team s history this one against Daniel Baker College ended in a 3 3 tie after 11 innings 3 E Y Freeland was the first coach of the Red Raiders though the team was known as the Matadors at the time He remained in the position for three years before R Grady Higginbotham took the role Higginbotham coached for only two years 2 From 1930 to 1953 Texas Tech did not field an intercollegiate baseball team 3 Revival era Edit When the program returned in 1954 Beattie Feathers became the head coach of the Red Raiders and remained until 1960 He was followed by Berl Huffman 1961 1967 Kal Segrist 1968 1983 and Gary Ashby 1984 1986 Texas Tech joined the Southwest Conference in 1968 but experienced little success During this 26 season period the Red Raiders had only seven winning seasons only twice finishing as high as third with only three winning records in conference play 2 Modern era Edit Larry Hays took over the Red Raiders baseball team in 1987 Under Hays Texas Tech endured only two losing seasons his first and last and enjoyed their greatest success in baseball Hays took Texas Tech from having a losing tradition to being a national contender When Hays started with the Red Raiders the team s overall record stood at 550 576 5 By the time he left he was the fourth winningest coach in college baseball history and improved the team s record to 1 365 1 054 8 4 The Red Raiders reached eight straight NCAA tournaments from 1995 2002 and again in 2004 three of which were held at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park 5 They also won the 1995 Southwest Conference championship and the inaugural Big 12 Conference championship in 1997 The Hays led Red Raiders also won the SWC Tournament in 1995 and the Big 12 Tournament in 1998 4 On June 2 2008 Larry Hays announced his retirement paving the way for assistant coach Dan Spencer to take over Spencer a former Texas Tech player won back to back national championships as an assistant head coach for the Oregon State Beavers 6 In Spencer s four seasons as head coach he led the Red Raiders to only one winning season Prior to Spencer s fourth and final season as head coach Tim Tadlock was hired as associate head coach for the Red Raiders under Dan Spencer The following season saw Tadlock replace Spencer as the ninth head coach of the Red Raiders following Spencer s firing Tadlock was a starting shortstop for the Red Raiders during the 1990 and 1991 seasons Tadlock previously led the Grayson College Vikings to back to back NJCAA Division I World Series championships in the team s five appearances over his 9 seasons as head coach Tadlock s first season saw the team finish 26 30 and 8th of 9 in Big 12 play Prior to the 2014 season the Red Raiders were selected to finish in 8th place in the Big 12 Conference in the preseason polls In only his second season the Red Raiders won their first NCAA Tournament Regional Championship defeating the Columbia Lions and host team Miami Hurricanes to advance to the program s first Super Regional appearance The team would host College of Charleston in the Lubbock Super Regional before shutting them out twice in two 1 0 games earning the programs first berth in the College World Series on the back of a 0 65 post season earned run average produced by assistant coach Ray Hayward s pitching staff 7 The Red Raiders have since gone on to win Big 12 regular season conference championships in 2016 2017 and 2019 and again host both Regional and Super Regional rounds of the NCAA Tournament in Lubbock while also making three more appearances in the College World Series 2016 2018 2019 Ballpark EditMain article Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin ParkSeason by season results EditStatistics overview Season Coach Overall Conference Standing PostseasonIndependent 1926 1967 1926 Ewing Y Freeland 11 2 11927 Ewing Y Freeland 4 9 11928 Grady Higginbotham 8 61929 Grady Higginbotham 2 11No Team Fielded 1930 1953 1954 Beattie Feathers 1 7 11955 Beattie Feathers 3 171956 Beattie Feathers 8 71957 Beattie Feathers 7 41958 Beattie Feathers 6 91959 Beattie Feathers 7 61960 Beattie Feathers 8 71961 Berl Huffman 13 51962 Berl Huffman 15 111963 Berl Huffman 12 101964 Berl Huffman 9 161965 Berl Huffman 7 161966 Berl Huffman 10 131967 Berl Huffman 14 16Southwest Conference 1968 1996 1968 Kal Segrist 9 20 2 15 7th1969 Kal Segrist 13 13 9 6 3rd1970 Kal Segrist 12 16 1 5 10 5th1971 Kal Segrist 26 14 11 7 3rd1972 Kal Segrist 23 19 6 12 T 5th1973 Kal Segrist 12 16 6 10 T 6th1974 Kal Segrist 11 21 9 15 T 8th1975 Kal Segrist 22 23 9 15 6th1976 Kal Segrist 32 21 10 11 6th1977 Kal Segrist 25 24 12 12 5th1978 Kal Segrist 23 25 8 16 7th1979 Kal Segrist 16 23 9 15 6th1980 Kal Segrist 28 23 1 14 10 4th SWC Tournament L 1 21981 Kal Segrist 26 21 8 13 7th1982 Kal Segrist 21 22 9 12 5th1983 Kal Segrist 18 23 8 13 6th1984 Gary Ashby 33 22 9 12 T 5th1985 Gary Ashby 18 33 2 19 8th1986 Gary Ashby 34 25 7 14 6th1987 Larry Hays 21 28 7 14 6th1988 Larry Hays 34 25 1 7 14 6th1989 Larry Hays 32 22 9 12 T 4th1990 Larry Hays 31 29 6 16 7th1991 Larry Hays 42 18 9 12 7th1992 Larry Hays 29 25 15 19 4th1993 Larry Hays 43 15 11 7 T 2nd SWC Tournament L 0 21994 Larry Hays 40 17 12 6 T 2nd SWC Tournament L 2 21995 Larry Hays 51 14 16 8 1st SWC Tournament W 3 1 NCAA Midwest I Regional L 3 21996 Larry Hays 49 15 15 9 2nd SWC Tournament L 3 2 NCAA Central II Regional L 2 2Big 12 Conference 1997 present 1997 Larry Hays 46 14 23 7 1st Big 12 Tournament L 3 2 NCAA Central Regional L 0 21998 Larry Hays 44 20 18 11 3rd Big 12 Tournament W 4 1 NCAA Atlantic I Regional L 1 21999 Larry Hays 42 17 18 8 3rd Big 12 Tournament L 0 2 NCAA Lubbock Regional L 2 22000 Larry Hays 36 26 18 12 5th Big 12 Tournament L 1 2 NCAA Houston Regional L 1 22001 Larry Hays 43 20 1 19 10 1 2nd Big 12 Tournament L 1 2 NCAA Fullerton Regional L 3 22002 Larry Hays 42 20 16 11 2nd Big 12 Tournament L 1 2 NCAA Houston Regional L 1 22003 Larry Hays 30 25 8 18 9th2004 Larry Hays 40 21 17 9 3rd Big 12 Tournament L 0 2 NCAA Atlanta Regional L 2 22005 Larry Hays 34 25 9 16 8th Big 12 Tournament L 1 22006 Larry Hays 31 26 1 9 16 1 8th Big 12 Tournament L 0 32007 Larry Hays 28 27 8 18 10th2008 Larry Hays 25 30 9 18 T 9th2009 Dan Spencer 25 32 12 15 7th Big 12 Tournament L 1 22010 Dan Spencer 28 29 13 14 5th Big 12 Tournament L 1 22011 Dan Spencer 33 25 12 15 7th Big 12 Tournament L 0 22012 Dan Spencer 29 26 7 17 T 8th2013 Tim Tadlock 26 30 9 15 8th Big 12 Tournament L 1 22014 Tim Tadlock 45 19 14 10 4th Big 12 Tournament L 0 2 NCAA Coral Gables Regional W 3 1 NCAA Lubbock Super Regional W 2 0 NCAA College World Series 0 22015 Tim Tadlock 31 24 13 11 T 3rd Big 12 Tournament L 1 22016 Tim Tadlock 47 20 19 5 1st Big 12 Tournament L 1 2 NCAA Lubbock Regional W 3 1 NCAA Lubbock Super Regional W 2 1 NCAA College World Series 1 22017 Tim Tadlock 45 17 16 8 T 1st Big 12 Tournament L 1 2 NCAA Lubbock Regional L 2 22018 Tim Tadlock 45 20 15 9 3rd Big 12 Tournament L 1 2 NCAA Lubbock Regional W 3 0 NCAA Lubbock Super Regional W 2 1 NCAA College World Series 1 22019 Tim Tadlock 45 19 16 8 1st Big 12 Tournament L 3 2 NCAA Lubbock Regional W 3 0 NCAA Lubbock Super Regional W 2 1 NCAA College World Series L 2 22020 Tim Tadlock 16 3 0 0 1st Season cancelled due to COVID 192021 Tim Tadlock 39 17 14 10 3rd Big 12 Tournament L 1 2 NCAA Lubbock Regional W 3 0 NCAA Lubbock Super Regional L 0 2Total 1 815 1 336 8 National champion Postseason invitational champion Conference regular season champion Conference regular season and conference tournament champion Division regular season champion Division regular season and conference tournament champion Conference tournament champion Source 8 9 Head coaches EditMain article List of Texas Tech Red Raiders head baseball coachesIndividual accomplishments EditUnanimous All American Jace Jung 2021 Josh Jung 2019 Steven Gingery 2017 National Pitcher of the Year Award Steven Gingery 2017 Big 12 Conference Player of the Year Jace Jung 2021 Josh Jung 2019 Hunter Hargrove 2017 Eric Gutierrez 2016 Joe Dillon 1997 Big 12 Conference Pitcher of the Year Brandon Birdsell 2022 Steven Gingery 2017 Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Year Hudson White 2022 Gabe Holt 2018 Josh Jung 2017 Big 12 Conference Coach of the Year Tim Tadlock 2016 Larry Hays 1997 Big 12 Conference Tournament MVP Josh Bard 1998 Southwest Conference Coach of the Year Larry Hays 1995 Southwest Conference Tournament MVP Jason Tolman 1995 NCAA Division I Regional Tournament MVP Kurt Wilson 2021 Lubbock Cam Warren 2019 Lubbock Zach Rheams 2018 Lubbock Hayden Howard 2016 Lubbock Dylan Dusek 2014 Coral Gables Skip Bertman Award Tim Tadlock 2014 Retired jerseys Edit Number Player Seasons22 Brooks Wallace 1977 198023 Clint Bryant 1993 199624 Kal Segrist 1968 198327 Larry Hays 1987 2008Red Raiders in the Major Leagues Edit Dallas Braden with Oakland Josh Bard with Washington At least 30 former Texas Tech Red Raiders have gone on to play Major League Baseball 10 Player MLB Career Dates Round Drafted Team DraftedChuck Harrison 1965 1969 1971 N A N ADoug Ault 1976 1980 Free Agent Texas RangersDonald Harris 1991 1993 1st 5th pick Texas RangersMike Humphreys 1991 1993 15th San Diego PadresMark Brandenburg 1995 1997 26th Texas RangersRyan Nye 1997 1998 2nd Philadelphia PhilliesTravis Smith 1998 2006 19th Milwaukee BrewersBrandon Kolb 2000 2001 38th Oakland AthleticsKeith Ginter 2000 2005 10th Houston AstrosStubby Clapp 2001 2019 present Coach 36th St Louis CardinalsMatt Miller 2001 2002 2nd Detroit TigersTrey Lunsford 2002 2003 33rd San Francisco GiantsTravis Driskill 2002 2005 2007 4th Cleveland IndiansJosh Bard 2002 2011 2016 present Coach 3rd Colorado RockiesSteve Watkins 2004 16th San Diego PadresJoe Dillon 2005 2007 2009 2018 present Coach 7th Kansas City RoyalsChris Sampson 2006 2009 8th Houston AstrosJeff Karstens 2006 2012 19th New York YankeesDallas Braden 2007 2011 24th Oakland AthleticsDustin Richardson 2009 2010 5th Boston Red SoxJosh Tomlin 2010 present 19th Cleveland IndiansZach Stewart 2011 2012 3rd Cincinnati RedsAJ Ramos 2012 2018 2020 2021 21st Florida MarlinsRoger Kieschnick 2013 2014 3rd San Francisco GiantsNathan Karns 2013 2017 2019 12th Washington NationalsChad Bettis 2013 2019 2nd Colorado RockiesDanny Coulombe 2014 2018 2020 present 25th Los Angeles DodgersKelby Tomlinson 2015 2018 12th San Francisco GiantsRobert Dugger 2019 present 18th Seattle MarinersParker Mushinski 2022 present 7th Houston AstrosDavis Martin 2022 present 14th Chicago White SoxCaleb Kilian 2022 present 77th San Fransisco GiantsPro Red Raiders in other sports Edit Player Years Baseball Position Position in other sport League TeamPatrick Mahomes 2015 Relief pitcher Quarterback NFL Kansas City ChiefsSee also EditList of NCAA Division I baseball programs Brooks Wallace Award List of college baseball awardsReferences Edit Primary Colors TTU edu Retrieved September 3 2019 a b c 2008 Baseball Media Guide Texas Tech University Official Athletic Site Archived from the original on 2008 10 29 Retrieved 2008 07 06 a b Texas Tech Year by Year Scores Texas Tech University Official Athletic Site Archived from the original on 2008 10 29 Retrieved 2008 07 06 a b Larry Hays steps down as Texas Tech baseball s head coach The Daily Toreador Archived from the original on 2008 09 16 Retrieved 2008 07 04 George Watson Larry Hays ends 22 year love affair with Texas Tech baseball Lubbock Avalanche Journal Archived from the original on 2012 03 03 Retrieved 2008 07 04 Dan Spencer Named Head Baseball Coach at Texas Tech Big 12 Conference Retrieved 2008 07 04 dead link Texas Tech Enters CWS Ranked Seventh Nationally Press release Texas Tech University June 11 2014 Retrieved June 11 2014 http grfx cstv com photos schools text sports m basebl auto pdf 2012 13 misc non event BB2013MediaSupplement pdf bare URL PDF http grfx cstv com photos schools tex sports m basebl auto pdf ba 0910 mg history pdf bare URL PDF Baseball Almanac Texas Tech University Baseball Players Who Made it to the Major LeaguesExternal links EditOfficial website Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball amp oldid 1092819137, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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