Garrett Cooper's second three-run home run in a week propelled the Auburn baseball team to a 6-4, 10-inning come-from-behind win over Texas A&M on Friday night at Blue Bell Park. With the win Auburn improved to 18-12, 2-8 SEC while Texas A&M fell to 19-12, 5-5 SEC.
Cooper, who hit a three-run shot in Auburn's 6-3 win over Alabama last Friday, took the second offering he saw from Texas A&M reliever Zach Brashear out over the wall in left for his third home run of the season to complete Auburn's 13th comeback win of 2013. Ryan Tella had started the inning with a single off of Texas A&M reliever Andrew Vinson and then stole second before Cullen Wacker drew a one-out walk, forcing Texas A&M to call on Brashear, who hadn't allowed an earned run all season.
Terrance Dedrick (2-2) earned the win out of the Auburn bullpen, allowing a run, it came in the 10th with Auburn ahead three, on two hits and two walks while striking out three in 3 2/3 innings.
COURTESY: Auburn Media Relations
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