Tracking the Texas Tech Baseball Team’s Stats

The 2019 Texas Tech baseball team is off to a great start and we are tracking their stats throughout the season.


Here is a listing of all the games played by the Texas Tech baseball team as well as their current stats.



Hitting statistics are a measure of a baseball player’s prowess at batting, defined by the number of hits and home runs he achieves. The hitting statistics for the Texas Tech Baseball Team are as follows:

Player | Games Played | At Bats | Runs | Hits | Home Runs


Throughout the course of a season, every baseball team’s pitchers will collectively throw thousands of pitches. While it’s important for a team to have a few workhorse starting pitchers who can go deep into games, it’s also important to have a reliable bullpen that can come in and shut down the opposition late in games.

In order to properly evaluate a pitching staff, it’s important to track several key statistics. The most important stat for pitchers is probably ERA, or earned run average. This stat measures how many runs a pitcher gives up on average over the course of nine innings. Another important stat is WHIP, or walks plus hits per inning pitched. This stat is a good measure of how often pitchers are putting runners on base.

Other important stats for pitchers include:
-Strikeouts per nine innings pitched (K/9)
-Hits per nine innings pitched (H/9)
-Walks per nine innings pitched (BB/9)
--home runs per nine innings pitched (HR/9)


Fielding is a measure of how well a defender performs. It consists of three components: Fielding percentage range factor and putouts plus assists.

Fielding percentage is calculated by dividing the number of putouts and assists by the number of total chances. Range factor is calculated by dividing the number of putouts and assists by the number of innings played. Putouts plus assists is simply the sum of a player’s putouts and assists.

The player with the highest fielding percentage is the one who has made the fewest errors per total chances. The player with the highest range factor is the one who has made the most putouts and assists per nine innings played.

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The Texas Tech Red Raiders are a collegiate baseball team that represents Texas Tech University in NCAA Division I college baseball The team competes in the Big 12 Conference and is currently coached by Tim Tadlock. The Red Raiders play their home games at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park on the university’s campus in Lubbock, Texas.

Texas Tech has appeared in ten NCAA Division I College World Series and has advanced to the finals twice, in 2014 and 2016. The Red Raiders have also won two conference championships (Big 12 Conference regular season 2013; Big 12 conference tournament 2016). As of the end of the 2019 season, 30 Red Raiders have been selected for Major League Baseball (MLB) draft, including 14 players who were picked in the first five rounds.


Since their first season in 1925, the Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball team has had 24 head coaches Dan Law became the most recent Head Coach of the Red Raiders in the 2016 season. He led the team to their first NCAA tournament appearance in 2014. Under his coaching, the Red Raiders have won two Big 12 regular-season championships and one conference tournament championship.

Law’s predecessors include Larry Hays, who coached from 1988 to 1999, winning a conference championship and appearing in seven NCAA tournaments. Hays retired after 32 seasons as a college baseball head coach ranking sixth in wins among Division I coaches at the time of his retirement. Tim Tadlock, who coached from 2013 to 2015, won two conference championships and led the Red Raiders to back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament


The Red Raiders have been on a recruiting tear lately, adding several top prospects to their roster. Here’s a look at the team’s recent recruiting numbers.

As of February 8, the Red Raiders had the seventh-best recruiting class in the nation, according to 247Sports. They had six commits, including four four-Star Prospects

The team’s recent commits include outfielder Dylan Neuse, who was ranked as the No. 24 overall prospect in the nation by perfect game pitcher Brandon White, who was ranked as the No. 42 overall prospect by perfect game and shortstop Reggie Hemphill-Mills, who was ranked as the No. 50 overall prospect by perfect game


Tracking the Texas Tech baseball team’s stats during the off-season is a great way to stay up to date on the latest happenings with the team. The off-season is a time when the team makes changes to its roster and Coaching Staff as well as prepares for the upcoming season By tracking the team’s stats during the off-season, you can get a sense of how the team is shaping up for the upcoming season


The Red Raiders have had numerous Major League Baseball alumni including: Willie Blair, Juan Berenguer, Mike Boddicker, Bobby Brownlie, Josh Bard, Trevor Hoffman, Kerry Wood and Jason Davis.


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