What the ASU baseball team did Tuesday in Tucson won’t have as much effect this weekend in the Pacific Northwest as what it didn’t do.
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TUCSON - Good night, good fight.
Pac-10 championships are won on the weekends.
The Oregon baseball team’s notoriously flamboyant uniforms were out in full force over the weekend, and while neon yellow blinded fans at Packard Stadium, it had no such effect on ASU.
Just under a year ago, the ASU baseball team walked into Eugene with a 24-0 record, only to suffer its first loss of the season 6-5 in 12 innings.
The non-conference schedule is over for most Pac-10 teams.
By nature, spring football practice ties together two ends.
There’s no love lost between ASU and UA.
The players know it. The coaches and the fans know it.
On the heels of suffering its first back-to-back losses since the 2010 College World Series, the ASU baseball team made sure a third consecutive defeat wouldn’t happen.
Remember that “Seinfeld” episode where Jerry boasts his non-vomit streak of 14 years?
For the first time since his terrifying neck injury, ASU freshman outfielder Cory Hahn was back at the ballpark cheering on his teammates.
The perfect spring break for most college students involves adult beverages and sandy beaches.
The comfortable confines of Arizona were kind to the ASU baseball team throughout the first three weekends of the 2011 season.
Sure, fans love to see home runs.
Surprise — Adversity early in a baseball season pays off in the long run.
SURPRISE — The Cal State Bakersfield dugout was vocal all night Thursday.
Stephen Paea is a freak.
Surprise is somewhat of a home away from home for the ASU baseball program.
Seven sets of brothers have suited up for ASU baseball in the history of the team.