This Week: 1-1 | GAME NOTES
ASU - RHP Darin Gillies (1-4, 4.31 ERA)
OSU - TBA
Last Week: 2-1 | WEEKLY STATS
Friday, April 25 | Arizona State 2, Arizona 1 | RECAP | BOX | HIGHLIGHTS
Saturday, April 26 | Arizona State 7, Arizona 0 | RECAP | BOX | POSTGAME
Sunday, April 27 | Arizona 6, Arizona State 1 | RECAP | BOX
Pac-12 Standings (Pac-12, Overall) *As of 5/4
1. Oregon St. - 16-4, 33-8
2. Washington - 18-5, 31-11-1
3. Oregon - 12-8, 33-13
4. Arizona St. - 12-9, 24-19
5. USC - 12-11, 24-20
6. UCLA - 10-10, 23-20
7. Washington St. - 10-10, 20-22
T8. Stanford - 8-12, 20-20
9. California - 7-13, 19-23
10. Arizona - 7-16, 18-27
11. Utah - 3-17, 13-27
The Sun Devils hosted New Mexico State on April 29 at 6:30 pm before heading to Stillwater, Okla., for a three-game non-conference series with Oklahoma State May 2-4. Friday’s game is set for a 4:30 pm start, while Saturday will start at 1 pm and Sunday at 10 am (all times PT).
Can't Make It?
Tuesday’s game will be streamed live online and broadcast on NBC Sports AM 1060 by Tim Healey (PxP, @TimHealeyASU) and Seth Dhaenens (color, @sethdhaenens). All three games over the weekend will be streamed online via OKState.TV, but a paid subscription is required. Live stats will also be available for all four games.
Postseason Banquet | Register HERE!
Join the Sun Devil Baseball program and fellow supporters for an unforgettable evening. The 31st annual Baseball Postseason Banquet will be held on May 27 on the outfield grass at Winkles Field-Packard Stadium at Brock Ballpark from 6-8 p.m. Tickets are $60 or buy a table for 10 people for $600. Fans can also sponsor a student-athlete’s dinner for $60. There will be open parking in front of Packard Stadium in Lot 59.
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
Look back at our 1970-79 celebration with coach Brock’s family and his former players
April 11-13: Foundation of Sun Devil Baseball (Pre-1974)
Look back at our Foundation celebration with coach Winkles and more than 30 former Devils
May 9-11: All-Packard Stadium Team
The first 750 fans inside the gate on May 9 will receive a commemorative set of all All-Packard Stadium Team trading cards
May 16-18: 40 years of Packard Stadium
The All-Packard Team will be announced in early May by ASU, The Arizona Republic and on azcentral.com. We will celebrate the “All-Packard Stadium Team” on Friday, May 9, and the first 750 fans in the gate will receive a trading card set of the players selected to prestigious team.
Packing Them In
The Devils currently rank 21st in average attendance at 2,770 (60,949 total in 22 games), which is just 60 more fans per game than the next closest West Coast team, Oregon State. ASU has led the West Coast and Pac-12 in average attendance for nine consecutive years and 10 of the past 11 seasons.
· Starting sophomore left-hander Ryan Kellogg is 3-0 with one earned run in 24 innings in his past three starts. He now has five outings of at least seven innings this season.
· Kellogg earned his second career Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week nod after he threw his second career shutout to power ASU to a 7-0 Territorial Cup win over the University of Arizona on April 26. It marked the first time ASU shut out the Wildcats in Tucson for the first time since May 11, 1972.
· Kellogg, who moved to 6-2 on the season and is 17-3 in his career, tallied his third consecutive win and third career start without allowing a run. He struck out eight, his most in a Pac-12 Conference game in his two-year career, and scattered seven hits and two walks across the nine-inning shutout.
· The Wildcats loaded the bases in the bottom of the second inning, but Kellogg struck out catcher Riley Moore to end the frame and went on to retire the next eight batters he faced. He allowed just one runner past second base over the final seven frames as 68 of his 103 pitches were thrown for strikes.