NORMAN, Okla. -- The Oklahoma Sooners (25-15-1) will host TCU (26-13) on Tuesday, April 22 at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
First pitch is slated for 7 p.m. and $.50 hot dogs and cokes will be available while supplies last.
The Sooners are coming off a 2-1 series defeat against then-No. 11 Missouri while the Horned Frogs swept BYU last weekend. TCU is in action on Monday night against Dallas Baptist.
RADIO BROADCAST INFORMATION
Tuesday's game will be broadcast live on the Sooners' flagship station, KOKC 1520 AM, with Chuck Kelly and DeWayne Vaughn providing the on-air talent. The broadcast will be joined in progress following the Bedlam Softball Game (7 p.m. first pitch)
Live audio will also be available on the internet via Oklahoma All-Access, SoonerSports.com's premium site.
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WEB CAST: A web cast of Tuesday's game will be available on Oklahoma All-Access.
LIVE STATS: Live stats are available for all games on SoonerSports.com.
PROBABLE PITCHING MATCH-UP
TCU: Paul Gerrish | Soph. | RHP | 3-2 | 4.83 ERA | 31.2 IP | 26 Ks | 11 BB
OU: Antwonie Hubbard | RS-FR. | RHP | 0-0 | 2.92 ERA | 12.1 | 19 Ks | 6 BB
The Sooners lead the all-time series with TCU, 46-21. OU won the first meeting of the season on April 15, 5-4 in 12 innings, in Fort Worth.
The teams split the two meetings a year ago, with TCU winning the last game, 11-4, in Fort Worth. OU won the first game in the series last season, 13-5, in Norman.
- In six of the last eight meetings, the winner has tallied 10 or more runs
- OU owns a 7-3 advantage in the last 10 meetings
- Six of the last 12 meetings have been decided by one run (Meetings tied)
- Overall, OU is 11-4, when a game in the series is decided by one run
- From 1996 - 2000, the Sooners won nine straight meetings in the series
OU will also host Southern Nazarene on Wednesday at 3 p.m. and admission is free. Over the weekend, OU heads to Lubbock, Texas for a three-game set with Texas Tech. That series begins on Friday, Apri 25 at 6:05 p.m. Game two is slated for 2 p.m. on Saturday and the finale is set for Sunday at 1 p.m.
The Sooners finished 3-2 last week and capped it off with a 22-4 run rule over visiting No. 11 Missouri on Sunday. The win helped OU avoid the series sweep after the Tigers edged the Sooners in the first two games (9-4 on Friday and 6-5 in 10 innings on Saturday). Earlier in the week, the Sooners remained perfect in mid-week action with a pair of wins at TCU (5-4 in 12 innings) on Tuesday and at home on Wednesday over Southern Nazarene (15-3 in seven innings).
PLAYER TO WATCH - ALJAY DAVIS
The senior outfielder hit .524 last week during the Sooners' five games with 11 hits overall, including three mult-hit performances and two stolen bases. Davis drove in a season-best four runs off three hits on Wednesday against Southern Nazarene, which was highlighted by a three-run walk-off homer in the seventh inning to give OU a 15-3 victory. The Lakewood, Calif., native had one base knock in the series opener against No. 11 Missouri on Friday and followed that up with another three-hit performance in game two on Saturday. During Sunday's finale, Davis was one of four Sooners to have four hits and drive in four runs, as he finished 4-for-5 with four RBIs, icnluding his second three-run homer of the week. Davis helped OU complete the run-rule victory against the Tigers and avoid the series sweep.
On the season, Davis leads OU with a .386 batting average and ranks fourth with 28 RBIs. The RBI total ties the mark he set last season in 57 games played. Davis also ranks second on OU with nine stolen bases and leads the club with eight sacrifice hits.
POST-GAME VIDEO FROM SUNDAY' WIN
Following the 22-4 run-rule victory over No. 11 Missouri on Sunday, OU head coach Sunny Golloway visited with the media to discuss the win and where the Sooners sit at the midway point of the conference slate.
Click the links below to hear post game commments from the Sooners' skipper:
The importance of Sunday's win
On the Sooners' starting pitching
On beating Missouri and moving forward in the Big 12
MORE ON THE RUN RULE OVER MISSOURI
Sunday's 22 runs is tied for the second most by an OU team in a Big 12 regular season game and tied the mark set in 2003 against Kansas State (W, 22-6) ... That game on May 11 was also the last time OU run ruled a Big 12 team during a regular season game ... The Sooners loaded the bases six times on Sunday and connected for base hits on five occasions ... OU's 22-4 victory marked the largest margin of victory in a Big 12 regular season game for the Sooners ... The Sooners connected for more hits with runners in scoring position on Sunday (17), than the previous two games (8).