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Corpus Christi Hooks look to turn around the second half

By Ruben Rodriguez
Los Fresnos News

With Major League Baseball nearing the all star break, we shift gears towards Minor League Baseball and look at the Texas League. The 2022 Texas League season has been competitive as we near the halfway point as well. We take a look at the team to represent South Texas, The Corpus Christi Hooks.

With the Texas League split in half. The Hooks, after a slow start, managed to tie up with the Amarillo Sod Poodles for third place in the Southern Division of the TXLG. Corpus Christi finished off the first half with a record of 32-37.

The second half of Texas League Play kicked off last week with Corpus sitting in fourth place with a record of 3-4. Current Standings in the Texas League Southern Division show Midland in first, Frisco in second, Amarillo in third, Corpus in fourth and San Antonio in fifth.

When looked at Overall Standings, combining both halves of play. San Antonio is in front with a 40-35 record, Frisco in second with a record of 41-36, Amarillo in Third with a record of 36-40, Midland in fourth with a record of 36-40 and Corpus Christi in fifth with a record of 35-41.

In the Texas League Northern Division, Tulsa Leads in first, Arkansas in second, Wichita in third, Northwest Arkansas in fourth and Springfield in fifth, With the second half of Texas League play just underway, the Hooks still have plenty of time to turn things around and stage a late season rally.