Texas A&M Crowd Makes It To "Ball 11" Chant

As an Aggie dad, I may be a little biased, but I love going to Texas A&M baseball games at Blue Bell Park because the Aggie faithful have so many bits when it comes to getting involved supporting their own.

They also have plenty of ways to distract opposing pitchers. Like after a walk the crowd will chant for the next "ball" so if the pitcher misses again it's "ball 5" then "ball 6" and so on. Rarely if ever does it get to "ball 11" but that's what happened recently against Mississippi State.

The Mississippi State pitchers threw 11 balls in a row before finally getting a strike. 

Then, on the next pitch, Texas A&M second baseman Braden Shewmake hit a grand slam.

OOPS!!! or should I say WHOOP!!!

 
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