Hays and Tadlock are the only Texas Tech head coaches to lead the Red Raiders to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship. Tadlock is the only head coach to have won a NCAA Regional, NCAA Super Regional, and lead the Red Raiders to the College World Series. Hays is the only head coach win a conference championship, and a conference tournament championship.
Freeland, the first head coach, has the highest winning percentage of any Texas Tech baseball head coach with a 15–11 record (.673). Hays is the all time leader in games coached (1295), total wins (479), total losses (479), total ties (3), conference wins (278), conference losses (271), and conference winning percentage (.506%). Hays received conference coach of the year accolades, being named the SWC Coach of the Year in 1995, and Big 12 Coach of the Year in 1997. In 2014, the College Baseball Foundation named Tadlock as the recipient of the Skip Bertman Award, given to the national coach of the year at any level in collegiate baseball.
^Texas Tech was a member of the Border Conference, formally known as the Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association (BIAA), when the program was revived in 1954, but the Border Conference declared no baseball championship, although each year it acknowledged the team with the best record. Although Texas Tech was admitted to the SWC in 1956, the baseball team did not begin SWC play until 1968.