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Baseball Opens Pac-12 Play on Road at Utah

Baseball Opens Pac-12 Play on Road at Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Sun Devil Baseball opens up Pac-12 play this weekend, heading on the road for a three-game series against the Utah Utes. Due to field complications at Utah’s home stadium due to weather in the area over the last week, Friday’s opener has been moved to Provo, Utah at Larry Miller Field and will now get underway at 4 p.m. AZT (5 p.m. local). Saturday and Sunday’s games are still tentatively scheduled to take place at Smith’s Ballpark in Salt Lake City pending a review of the field conditions.


  • The series will be available through the Pac-12 Live Stream operating by the University of Utah and can be found here:
  • All games will be broadcast live over local airwaves on KAZG 1440 AM on Friday and KDUS 1060 AM on Saturday and Sunday with Jeff Munn and Max Rossiter on the call.
  • Fans are always encouraged to follow the Sun Devil Baseball team on social media  for any program or schedule updates throughout the week on the Sun Devil Baseball Twitter account: @ASU_Baseball. This is especially encouraged this weekend with a possibility of venue, schedule and time changes throughout the weekend.

#10THINGS (Twitter-Friendly Notes)

1. ASU batters struck out just 16 times in 4 games last week (4.0 per game) after averaging 8.4 strikeouts per game in the first 13 games.

2.  ASU has had nine pitchers come out of the bullpen and post sub-4.00 ERAs this year. It had just three through 17 games last season.

3. The Sun Devils are 3-1 in one-run games this season, a notable tally as ASU went just 1-7 in one-score games last season.

4. ASU was giving up 3.4 two-out RBIs per game in the first 17 games before allowing just four (1.0 per game) in the last four.

5. Ryan Campos has the second-longest active hitting streak in the Pac-12 at 10 games. His .390 average is currently sixth in the league.

6. ASU is second in the Pac-12 with 23 home runs this season and also second in the Pac-12 with a cumulative .298 team batting average.

7. After 14 of ASU’s first 17 homers this season were solo shots, five of the last six home runs have come with runners on base.

8. Jacob Tobias has 20 RBIs this season, easily leading the team and notable as he had 29 in the entirety of last season.

9. ASU’s pitchers struck out 40 batters over the last four games while allowing just six total walks -notable as ASU averaged 4.8 PER GAME in first 13 games

10. Brock Peery led the Pac-12 in ’22  with…

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