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Possible inclement weather stops TCU baseball’s midweek series against UTRGV

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Lupton Baseball Stadium. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

The Horned Frogs will get an extended break in between weekend series with the midweek games against UTRGV canceled with the possibility of severe weather.

TCU was supposed to host a two-game midweek series against the Vaqueros, but both the Tuesday and Wednesday games have been called off, according to a post from the TCU Baseball account.

It has been a rough stretch for the Frogs since conference play began, so a couple extra days off may be just what the doctor ordered.

Since starting 13-0 and cracking the top-5 in multiple national rankings, TCU sits at 20-11 with a 5-10 conference record. They go into this extended break on a four-game losing streak, including a midweek loss to UT Arlington and getting swept by Cincinnati over the weekend. The Frogs lost to the Bearcats 13-2 in seven innings on Sunday.

In their opening 13-game win streak, TCU scored four or more runs in every game. In the last four games, the bats haven’t produced more than two runs except for four against UTA.

A streak of hot and cold has been a theme this season for the Frogs. Last weekend, they put up a total of 26 runs against Houston, including 14 in the opening game.

The Frogs have stood their ground at home and at neutral sites, but getting wins on the road has been an issue. TCU is just 3-8 on the road, losing all three conference road series thus far.

On Friday, the Frogs will host 24-9 Texas Tech for a three-game weekend series. The Red Raiders are 8-7 in conference play and will roll into Fort Worth on a six-game win streak. First pitch will be at 6:30 p.m. and will be aired on ESPN+.

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