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Baylor baseball ends win streak at thirteen

WACO, TX (KXXV) -

Baylor baseball lost an 11-6 game to No. 20 Oklahoma State on Saturday afternoon at Baylor Ballpark to end a nation-best 13-game winning streak. The Bears (29-18, 10-10) were unable to cool the hot Cowboys (29-18-1, 16-4) bats that blasted seven home runs to even the series.

OSU’s Collin Simpson hit a two-run shot in the first inning, but it was countered by a Shea Langeliers two-run double. Though, the Cowboys had a solo shot by Trevor Boone in the second and solo and two-run long balls by Matt Kroon and Boone in the third, respectively.

Baylor’s lone tater on the day come on a leadoff rope by Richard Cunningham in the third.

In the fourth, OSU hit two more dingers with a solo variety by Michael Neustifter and three-run missile by Simpson. BU got a run back on a Nick Loftin single but Boone hit another homer to lead off the fifth.

In the bottom of the fifth, T.J. Raguse had an RBI double and Cole Haring had an RBI single in the seventh but the Bears were unable to mount a comeback.

OSU starter Carson Teel (7-2) earned the win, allowing five runs on nine hits and five walks with three strikeouts in five innings. BU starter Hayden Kettler (6-4) took the loss, surrendering 10 runs (nine earned) on seven hits and three walks with four strikeouts in 3.1 innings.

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