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2/20/2013 2:45:52 PM

ASU74
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With Conference teams winning a combined 23 games during opening weekend, five Pac-12 squads head into the second week of the season ranked in Baseball America’s top 25 poll: Oregon State (6), UCLA (12), Oregon (14), Stanford (15) and Arizona (23). All 11 teams found the win column last week, with four posting series sweeps. California starts its week with a trip to Stanford for a traditional rivalry matchup with the Cardinal before heading south to take on No. 25 UC Irvine. The Cardinal rounds out the week at home against Fresno State. The Wildcats open the week with a two game series at Long Beach Sate before returning to Tucson host San Jose State. Oregon clashes with Loyola Marymount, and Utah hits the road for a four-game set with UC Davis, while UCLA travels to Waco to play Baylor. The Beavers square off with San Diego State, while Washington welcomes Eastern Michigan. Washington meets Creighton and Lamar twice each in the YMBL Cardinal Classic in Baumont, Texas, and USC plays host to Cal State Northridge. Arizona State heads to Knoxville to take on SEC opponent Tennessee in a weekend series.
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2/20/2013 3:51:28 PM

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gotta love the pac 12!

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2/20/2013 9:35:46 PM

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ASU 74, how you feeling about your Devils so far?
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2/21/2013 5:51:20 AM

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First & second base need work & we should be looking for a Sunday Starter...

Starting right-hander Darin Gillies (0-1) was chased from the game with no outs in 1st inning after he allowed five earned runs on zero hits, with six walks, including five consecutive to lead off the frame. Loo Flush

Was very pleased with some of the freshman coming out of the bullpen.

Offense is sparatic.

Next week should be interesting. We go to Tennessee who dropped 3 of 4 to UNLV. ASU Friday starter also has something to prove to Volunteer Coach Dave Serrano from over the summer.

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2/21/2013 1:23:19 PM

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Is ASU eligible again for post season?
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2/21/2013 1:27:16 PM

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YOU BET!!!

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2/21/2013 6:14:33 PM

Dodger Matt
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ASU74 wrote:
Starting right-hander Darin Gillies (0-1) was chased from the game with no outs in 1st inning after he allowed five earned runs on zero hits, with six walks, including five consecutive to lead off the frame. Loo Flush


Well, his ERA is something like 99.99, which kinda sucks. But on the bright side, check out that OBA: .000!
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2/21/2013 7:14:09 PM

Riverduck
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Well, I remember when sherfy was sitting on a big fat 99 a few years back lol
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2/21/2013 8:02:16 PM

ASU74
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Well, no big surprise here........

Freshman Ryan Kellogg is expected to move into the Arizona State starting pitching rotation this weekend at Tennessee.

The 6-foot-5 left-hander from Ontario, Canada, threw four scoreless innings of relief in his ASU debut last week, picking up a win over Bethune-Cookman. He was a 12th-round draft pick by Toronto — the highest drafted recruit not to sign — out of Henry Street High School and was the Canadian junior national team’s most valuable player.

“Ryan threw really well,” ASU coach Tim Esmay said. “He showed us he could be in the mix as far as starting. I would imagine we might go down that path and give him that opportunity.”

Kellogg is likely to replace sophomore Darin Gillies as the Sunday starter. Gillies, who made 10 starts last season, was knocked out in the second inning last week and charged with five runs. No. 20 ASU rallied from a 6-1 deficit but lost that game 7-6 for a 2-1 opening weekend.

“We gave a lot of freebies away,” Esmay said.

The Sun Devils committed six errors — half of those by new second baseman James McDonald — and walked 22 batters.

“It gives us an idea what we need to work on,” Esmay said

Ya think?Drink
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