Prep Baseball Report

Fall Prospect Notes: Texas A&M

Kendall Rogers / David Seifert
D1 Baseball

It’s a new era in College Station and everyone on the roster is fighting for a starting job this fall.

The Aggies had put together one of the nation’s longest postseason streaks — 13-straight NCAA tournament appearances — entering the 2021 campaign. But after scuffling much of the season and not reaching the tourney this past spring, athletic director Ross Bjork made a change. He parted ways with long-time head coach Rob Childress and hired Jim Schlossnagle, who was a nemesis for the Maroon and White during his lengthy tenure at TCU.

There’s no doubt you make a change because you feel the program is headed the wrong direction from a personnel standpoint. So, anyone expecting an immediate trip to the College World Series is likely going to end 2022 disappointed. With that said, this A&M team does have some intriguing pieces as fall workouts continue, particularly because of the addition of several talented transfers, including Micah Dallas (Texas Tech), Jack Moss (Arizona State), Troy Claunch (Oregon State), Kole Kaler (Hawaii), Jacob Palisch (Stanford) and Trey Dillard (Missouri). 

Let’s take a deeper dive into the Aggies this fall.

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