COLLEGE STATION, Texas – With inclement weather predicted in the area for Wednesday, Texas A&M Baseball’s Omaha Cup Championship Series opener has been moved to Tuesday with a 3:30 p.m. start time.
The second and third games of the series remain scheduled for Thursday and Friday at 3:30 p.m. The games are open and free to the public.
As has become a tradition under head coach Rob Childress, the Aggies spend the fall competing internally for the Omaha Cup, a staple of the Texas A&M baseball culture. The event features the Aggies being split into different teams that compete against one another on-and-off the field in order to sharpen the competitive nature and chemistry of the squad.
The Aggies wrap up fall workouts next week with the three-game Omaha Cup Championship Series from Oct. 31-Nov. 2.
Texas A&M has played a pair of 12-inning exhibition games during the fall session. The Maroon & White toppled Sam Houston State, 11-3, in College Station on October 5 and beating Rice, 9-6, last Friday in Houston.
The Aggies finished the 2018 season with a 40-22 record and played in their school-record 12th consecutive NCAA Division I Championship regional.
For up-to-date information regarding practice and scrimmage times, check the Aggies' twitter account @AggieBaseball each morning.