Season tickets starting at $99, single-game tickets and Mini Packs are on sale now. Admission for ASU students is free with a valid Sun Card. Purchasing season tickets will also give fans first opportunity and priority at selecting seats at Phoenix Municipal Stadium in 2015.
Last Week: 3-2 | WEEKLY STATS
March 18 | Arizona State 9, Wichita State 5 | RECAP | POSTGAME
March 19 | Wichita State 12, Arizona State 9 | RECAP
March 21 | Oregon State 4, Arizona State 0 | RECAP
March 22 | Arizona State 3, Oregon State 2 (10) | RECAP | HIGHLIGHTS
March 23 | Arizona State 7, Oregon State 3 | RECAP | HIGHLIGHTS
Wednesday, March 26 | Arizona State 14, Arizona 6 | RECAP | POSTGAME
Friday, March 28 | No. 15 UCLA 7, Arizona State 3 | RECAP
Saturday, March 29 | Arizona State 8, No. 15 UCLA 5 | RECAP
Sunday, March 30, 1 pm PT | Arizona State at No. 15 UCLA | Los Angeles (Jackie Robinson Stadium) | STATS
The Sun Devils host Arizona for the first of five Territorial Cup games against the Wildcats on Wednesday, March 26, at 3 p.m. at Packard Stadium. ASU then travels to No. 15 UCLA for their second consecutive road Pac-12 series March 28-30. First pitch on Friday is at 6 p.m., followed by a 2 p.m. start on Saturday and a 1 p.m. start on Sunday.
Can't Make It?
Wednesday’s game will be televised live on the Pac-12 Network with JB Long (PxP) and Eric Byrnes (color) on the call, as well as broadcast live on NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 with Tim Healey (@TimHealeyASU) and Seth Dhaenens (@sethdhaenens). Live stats will be available for all four games this week.
2013-14 Territorial Cup Series
The winner of a best-of-five series between ASU and UA earns the Territorial Cup point in baseball. The two schools compete against each other in 20 common varsity intercollegiate sports. For a school to be the winner of the Territorial Cup Series Trophy, they must accumulate 10.5 points.
Click here for an up-to-date breakdown of the Territorial Cup Scoring.
Tip Your Cap To Packard Stadium
To celebrate the 40th and final historic season in Packard Stadium, all seven home weekend baseball series’ during the 2014 “Tip You Cap To Packard” season are dedicated to honoring a different decade or aspect of Packard Stadium and Sun Devil Baseball’s storied legacy.
Feb. 14-16: 2000s at Packard Stadium
Look back at our 2000-09 celebration with coach Pat Murphy and more than 30 former Devils
March 7-9: 1990s at Packard Stadium
Look back at our 1990-99 celebration with Mike Kelly and Paul Lo Duca
March 14-16: 1980s at Packard Stadium
Look back at our 1980-89 celebration with Barry Bonds, Kendall Carter, Alvin Davis, Mike Devereaux and Bert Martinez
April 4-6: 1970s and opening of Packard Stadium
April 11-13: Foundation of Sun Devil Baseball (Pre-1974)
May 16-18: 40 years of Packard Stadium
Voting is open for the All-Packard Team
Sun Devil Baseball, the Arizona Republic and azcentral.com have partnered to let the fans decide their top players from the Packard Era. From Feb. 14 through the end of April, go to sundevils.azcentral.com and vote for your favorite players.
Ballots are also available at Packard on gamedays. On Friday, May 9 we will celebrate the “All-Packard Stadium Team” and a trading card set of the players selected to the All-Packard Team will be given to fans as they enter the gates.
Jr. 1B Nate Causey
· Causey went 10-for-19 with three runs scored and three RBI in five starts at first base, including six hits and two runs scored in three games against the 4th-ranked Beavers
· He went 4-for-4 with four singles in Saturday's 3-2 (10) win and went 2-for-4 with two runs scored in Sunday's 7-3 win. He recorded a single in five straight at-bats against the Beavers and at one point reached base safely in six consecutive at-bats
· He led the team with a .526 batting average and a .583 on-base percentage, and his .579 slugging percentage was second-highest. He tallied a team-best 11 total bases with one double and was walked four times, including once intentionally to load the bases in a tie game in the 10th inning on Saturday against Oregon State
So. LHP Ryan Kellogg
· Kellogg allowed just two runs and scattered nine hits in nine innings, tied for his career-long outing, to earn the win in the Devils’ 3-2 comeback victory in 10 innings over No. 4 Oregon State on Saturday
· He did not issue a walk for the ninth time in his career, including the third this season, and struck out four. He allowed one run in the first and one in the fifth, and held the Beavers scoreless in four consecutive frames to help ASU secure the win.
· He is now 2-0 in Corvallis against Oregon State and has allowed just two runs in 18 innings against the Beavers.