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Sunday Links O' War: June 14, 2015

TCU takes on LSU today in their first game of the 2015 College World Series


TCU Opens CWS Play Sunday vs. LSU |

The TCU baseball team is set to make their second-straight appearance in the College World Series beginning Sunday against the No. 2 National Seed, LSU. Game time is set for 2 p.m. (CT) on ESPN.

Why TCU isn't caught up in College World Series hype in second straight trip | Dallas Morning News

TCU’s second consecutive trip to the College World Series has resulted in less awe for the players, which might be a good thing.

Rising star TCU to share College World Series stage with superstar LSU | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Perhaps more than any other team in the College World Series, LSU has a lineup that can compete with TCU’s No. 1 strength, its pitching.

Power coming for TCU freshman DH Wanhanen, hitting coach says | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU hitting coach Bill Mosiello said Connor Wanhanen did not change his swing when he hit his first home run last week in Game 3 of the Super Regional against Texas A&M, but it was a sign that the power is coming for the freshman designated hitter.

TCU has another late-game bullpen option after Prestion Guillory's work vs. A&M | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Without Preston Guillory’s relief performance in the ninth inning against Texas A&M last week, it’s possible TCU wouldn’t even be in Omaha.

LSU just another barrier TCU's baseball team must hurdle | Fort Worth Star Telegram

For Schlossnagle, Sunday’s opener against LSU is another hurdle. But his 12 seasons at TCU have been filled with conquered hurdles — among them, beating Texas in Austin in 2010 to advance to the College World Series for the first time, hosting a regional and super regional for the first time, and returning to Omaha in back-to-back years.

Power appears restored at the College World Series | ESPN

The flags above TD Ameritrade Park waved Saturday in a warm, gentle breeze that blew straight from center field toward home plate, a peculiar but common sight here in the summer months.

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