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March 12, 2012

Good Times at Lupton Stadium

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Written by: Jimmy S
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TCU Baseball vs. Texas Tech

Hello avid followers! Sorry it’s been so long since I’ve tuned you in on the wonders of the JVR at TCU. Well, here, I’m going to give y’all some insight on another TCU sport: baseball (I’ve decided I’m the self-appointed sports blogger of the website, but I haven’t told anybody that yet). I am a HUGE baseball fan, and even if you aren’t, TCU is the bomb.com for baseball fans young and old.

If you came on tour here, you probably didn’t see the baseball stadium; it is a short walk (10 minutes) from the BLUU and is situated on the hill on the other side of the Greek. Walking up the hill to Lupton Stadium is my calf workout for the week. Just kidding. Sort of.

Well, right now, TCU just finished the early season non-conference schedule. As in they finished it today with a sweep of Texas Tech. Due to injuries this year, it has been a rocky start, with our team currently at 7-6. However, the Regional always runs through Fort Worth. We are on a 5 game win streak right now and playing really well.

Anyways, I’m sure you’re all enthralled by how our team is this year, but why go to games? Going to baseball games with your friends is probably one of the most fun activities at TCU. The team has games every Tuesday night, then a Friday-Sunday series, so there are plenty of opportunities to get in on the action.

The one day I really want to tell y’all about are Sundays. Sunday baseball games are the absolute best. $1 hot dogs (on send home too), throwback uniforms, and kids day. That’s right: $1 hot dogs. Sunflower seeds. Friendship. Baseball. What can be better? I don’t think anything, and I’m usually right about these kinds of things.






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