Fresno State ace Ricky Tyler Thomas had some control issues Sunday, walking seven during a 6-2 loss at New Mexico.
Fresno State ace Ricky Tyler Thomas had some control issues Sunday, walking seven during a 6-2 loss at New Mexico. Fresno State Courtesy
Fresno State ace Ricky Tyler Thomas had some control issues Sunday, walking seven during a 6-2 loss at New Mexico. Fresno State Courtesy

Bulldogs lose series at New Mexico even with ace Thomas starting in Sunday’s finale

April 02, 2017 3:36 PM

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