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April 22, 1999

Arizona State (32-15, 8-7 Pac-10 and ranked No. 22 Baseball America, No. 19 Baseball Weekly/ESPN Coaches Poll and No. 26 Collegiate Baseball) try to snap a three-game losing streak as they host Southern California (26-18, 12-3 Pac-10 and ranked No. 17 Baseball America, No. 15 Collegiate Baseball and No. 24 Baseball Weekly/ESPN Coaches Poll) in a three-game conference series beginning on Friday at Packard Stadium in Tempe, Ariz.

THIS WEEK ON TV AND RADIO -- FOX Sports Net will broadcast Saturday's game live at 1 p.m. Barry Tompkins and Jerry Kindall will provide the play-by-play and color analysis respectively. COX Cable Ch. 9 will broadcast Friday and Sunday's games live. George Allen will call the action with Doug Gerlach providing the comentary. KMVP 860 AM will broadcast all three games this week. Friday and Sunday's games will be tape delayed due to the Diamondbacks and Rattlers. Trey Bender and Bob Eger will provide the play-by-play and color commentary respectively.

Friday    April 23    #17 Southern California (COX Ch. 9) 7 p.m. MST
Saturday  April 24    #17 Southern California (FOX Sports Net) 1 p.m. MST
Sunday    April 25    #17 Southern California (COX Ch. 9) 1 p.m. MST

EXTRA INNINGS -- This weekend's series will feature a rematch between last year's national champion (USC) and runnerup (ASU) ... ASU is ranked second nationally in both team batting average (.362) and runs per game (11.83) ... Arizona State has not been shutout in its last 241 games (last time shutout was a 0-9 loss to USC on April 7, 1995) ... Pat Murphy is 9-16 vs. USC ... the Devils have recorded an extra base hit in 34 of the last 35 games games and in 44 of 47 games this season ... ASU has posted nine games with 20 or more hits ... ASU pitchers have thrown seven complete games and six shutouts ... the six shutouts is the most since 1976 when the Devils posted 10 shutouts during the season ... ASU has outscored its opponents 537-222 through 44 games ... seven complete games is the most by an ASU pitching staff since 1995 when they posted eight ... ASU baseball is celebrating 40 years of collegiate baseball in 1999; the Devils first took the field as a varsity sport back in 1959 ... head coach Pat Murphy was honored as Baseball America's 1998 Coach of the Year ... the ASU/Utah series marked the first time wooden bats were used in a regular-season game by collegiate teams in almost 25 years ... the Devils are averaging 2.3 stolen bases per game ... ASU has outscored its opponents 139-33 in the first and second innings ... ASU is 7-3 in televised games ... of ASU's 15 losses, nine have been by one or two runs ... eight of the Devils 15 losses have been to ranked opponents ... ASU has posted 32 games with 10 or more hits ... the Devils have recorded a school record 20 or more runs in eight contests this season .

ABOUT USC -- The Trojans are 26-18, 12-3 in the Pac-10 ... they are coached by Mike Gillespie (USC '62) ... USC travels to UC-Santa Barabra on Tuesday for a single game before heading to Tempe ... the Trojans are 8-2 in their last 10 games ... USC leads the all-time series with the Bruins, 78-75 ... USC has won seven of its last nine conference games ... last season, USC swept ASU in Los Angeles, while the Devils swept USC in Tempe ... USC defeated ASU 21-14 in last year's national championship game ... the Trojans are batting .312 as a team ... probable rotation for this weekend: Fri - Barry Zito (8-2, 3.39 ERA), Sat. - Currier or Smyth, Sun. - Justin Lehr (5-1, 4.93 ERA).

SUN DEVILS DOT NATIONAL RANKINGS -- Several Sun Devils find themselves ranked nationally this week. Junior Mark Ernster is ranked 14th in batting average (.446) while Andrew Beinbrink is ranked 46th (.418). Beinbrink is ranked ninth nationally in RBI per game (1.55). Will Waldrip is tied for ninth in most victories (9).

Beinbrink CONTINUES CLIMB OF CAREER CHARTS -- Senior Andrew Beinbrink (San Diego, Calif.) continues to inch his way up several ASU and conference career charts as the 1999 season progresses. He now has 513 total bases for his career which ranks second in the conference and first at ASU. He currently has 273 career RBI and is now in second at ASU in career doubles with 72 ( ranks third in the Pac-10). He is second all-time in runs scored with 232 and needs five runs to become the career leader (he is ranked sixth in the conference). Beinbrink could finish his career in the top five in seven of 10 offensive categories at Arizona State. The two-time first-team all-conference selection has 21 multiple-hit games and 18 multiple RBI games. His .418 batting average and 74 hits is second on the squad while his 73 RBI, 11 homers and 19 doubles leads the team. Beinbrink is batting .434 with runners in scoring position and .439 vs. righthanded pitching. He has now posted three consecutive games without an extra base hit.

WALDRIP GETS NO DECISION IN 9-10 LOSS TO UCLA -- Junior transfer Will Waldrip (Flagstaff, Ariz.) received his second no decision in a row as ASU fell to UCLA 9-10 on Friday night . Waldrip lasted only 4.0 innings, allowed 3 hits, five runs with six walks and one strikeout. He currently leads the staff in wins (9), complete games (4), innings pitched (88.2) and strikeouts (80). He is 4-0 in his last six starts and is 2-1 in five starts in Pac-10 play. He is Waldrip is the first ASU pitcher to record four complete games since Kaipo Spencer logged five in 1995. He is the first Devil hurler to throw three shutouts since Sean Rees in 1990. He became the first ASU pitcher since Doug Henry in 1983 to post back-to-back complete game shutouts earlier this year. Waldrip pitched 21.1 consecutive scoreless innings before giving up his first run of the season in the third inning of Saturday's game vs. Howard He has allowed only five homeruns through 13 starts and is holding opponent batters to a .229 average. He was honored as Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week (3/16). Waldrip's two losses on the mound have come against top 5 teams. If Waldrip wins this weekend, he will become the first ASU pitcher since 1994 to record 10 or more wins in a season (In 1994 Kaipo Spenser went 10-0 and Noah Peery went 11-2).

CRUMPTON TAKES THE LOSS IN SATURDAY GAME -- Senior righthander Chuck Crumpton (6-2) took the loss this weekend on the mound in Saturday's game vs. UCLA. Crumpton went 5.0 innings, allowed eight hits, three earned runs with four walks and one strikeout. He leads the pitching staff in pickoff with five on the season. Crumpton is averaging 9.2 strikeouts per game. He was honored as the Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week for his performance in the 25-0 win over California. Crumpton went 7.0 innings, allowed only three hits while striking out a career-high 12 batters. He retired 16 of 22 batters faced and held the Golden Bears to a .143 average at the plate. He has an ERA of 3.81 and is second on the staff with 77 strikeouts on the season Last year, he led the pitching staff with five saves and a 3.00 ERA as a reliever. He has made 17 appearances this season, 10 of those as a starter. He is 3-2 in his last five starts and is 2-2 in Pac-10 starts. Here is the breakdown of his starts this season:

Chuck Crumpton      IP  H   R   ER  BB  SO  W/L
vs. Utah            7.0 5   2   2   3   8   W (1-0)
vs. Hawaii-Hilo     4.0 4   3   3   3   4   W (2-0)
vs. Arizona         9.0 11  3   3   1   11  W (3-0)
vs. Stanford        8.0 8   5   5   3   1   ND (3-0)
vs. Oklahoma        6.1 7   3   3   4   5   ND (3-0)
vs. Boston College  7.0 6   2   1   5   7   W (4-0)
vs. California      7.0 3   0   0   3   12  W (5-0)
vs. Oregon State    5.2 8   7   4   0   8   L (5-1)
vs. California      6.0 9   5   5   6   7   W (6-1)
vs. UCLA            5.0 8   6   3   4   1   L (6-2) 

SITZMAN LEADS TEAM IN STOLEN BASES -- Junior outfielder Jay Sitzman (Scottsdale, Ariz.) continues to lead the Devils in stolen bases with a team-leading 30. He currently leads the conference in stolen bases and is averaging 0.67 per game. His .392 batting average is third on the squad. His 58 hits is tied for third on the squad while his 54 runs ranks third. He has recorded 14 multiple-hit games as well as six multiple-RBI games this year. He has notched 10 two-out RBI and is batting .408 with runners on base. He sports a .560 average as a leadoff hitter. Sitzman strung together eight consecutive hits during the Boston College series. The eight consecutive hits ties for second all-time at ASU. Sitzman is on a two-game hitting streak heading into the USC series.

BLOOMQUIST ON SEVEN-GAME HITTING STREAK -- Leadoff batter Willie Bloomquist (Port Orchard, Wash.) is currenlty on a team-leading seven-game hitting streak heading into this weekend. He leads the squad in multiple-hit games with 25 and is tied for first with teammate Andrew Beinbrink in multiple-RBI games with 18. He has drawn 40 walks and tallied a team-leading 75 hits and runs scored. Bloomquist is batting .538 as a leadoff batter and is batting .459 with runners in scoring position. Bloomquist is first on the squad in two-out RBI with 22 on the year. He ran his hitting streak to 20 games before going 0-for-5 vs. Stanford. It is the longest hitting streak of his college career. He has hit safely in 39 of 44 games this season. He was selected to both Baseball America's (second-team) and Collegiate Baseball's (third-team) preseason All-American teams. His 20 career triples ties him for second all-time in the Pac-10 (the record is 29). He is second on the team in stolen bases with 25. Bloomquist has tallied an extra-base hit in five of the last seven games.

LAST HOMERUN

Andrew Beinbrink  vs. Washington State (April 11, 1999)
Willie Bloomquist vs. Washington State (April 10, 1999)
Brett Cadiente    vs. Howard (January 30, 1999)
Brooks Conrad     vs. Oregon State (April 3, 1999)
Dustin Delucchi   vs. Grand Canyon (February 23, 1999)
Mark Ernster      vs. Boston College (March 19, 1999)
Scott Goodman     vs. Grand Canyon (February 23, 1999)
Chip Gosewisch    vs. Arizona (February 27, 1999)
Mitch Jones       vs. UCLA (April 16, 1999)
Casey Myers       vs. Washington State (April 10, 1999)
Jeff Phelps       vs. California (March 27, 1999)
Trent Pratt       vs. Washington State (April 11, 1999)
DRAFTED DEVILS -- A total of eighteen current players on the 1999 Arizona State squad have been taken in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft.
Paul French         1998    Anaheim Angels         3rd    round
Willie Bloomquist   1996    Seattle Mariners       8th    round
Andrew Beinbrink    1998    Colorado Rockies      10th    round
Mark Ernster        1996    Chicago Cubs          12th    round
Robby Milner        1997    Texas Rangers         13th    round
Andrew Beinbrink    1995    Boston Red Sox        14th    round
Scott Goodman       1997    San Francisco Giants  17th    round
Drew Friedberg      1997    Arizona Diamondbacks  25th    round
Jon Switzer         1998    Pittsburgh Pirates    26th    round
Shaylor Hatch       1997    Los Angeles Dodgers   32nd    round
Mitch Jones         1997    Texas Rangers         33rd    round
Ian Perio           1997    Oakland A's           33rd    round
Ian Perio           1996    Oakland A's           35th    round
Jeff Phelps         1997    Pittsburgh Pirates    36th    round
Jay Sitzman         1996    Milwaukee Brewers     37th    round
Trent Pratt         1998    Texas Rangers         38th    round
Chuck Crumpton      1995    San Diego Padres      39th    round
Jeff Duncan         1997    Chicago Cubs          41st    round
Scott Goodman       1998    San Francisco Giants  43rd    round
John Gusich         1998    Chicago White Sox     45th    round
Chuck Crumpton      1996    Philadelphia Phillies 49th    round
Mitch Jones         1998    Baltimore Orioles     49th    round
Mike Lopez          1996    Toronto Blue Jays     52nd    round

ASU TEAM AND INDIVIDUALS AMONG LEADERS IN CONFERENCE STATS -- As a team, Arizona State leads the conference in 17 of 21 offensive categories including team batting average (.362), runs scored (556), hits (618) stolen bases (107) and RBI (493). Individually, an Arizona State player leads the conference in 19 of 15 offensive categories including batting average (Mark Ernster, .446), runs scored (Willie Bloomquist, 75), RBI (Andrew Beinbrink, 73) and stolen bases (Jay Sitzman, 30). In the pitching categories, Will Waldrip leads the conference in wins with nine and innings pitched (88.2). Reliever Charlie Williamson leads the Pac-10 in appearances (22) and games in relief (22). The Sun Devils are tied for second in the loop in fielding percentage (.963).

THE BEGINNING AND END OF IT -- Here are the pitching lines on ASU starters and relievers.

  
              IP    W-L   ERA      H   R  ER  BB  SO
Starters    272.1   25-9  4.40    282 153 133 112 241
Relievers   133.1    7-6  5.07    143  97  75  64 145
Total       405.2  32-15  4.61    425 250 208 176 386

INJURY REPORT -- Senior transfer Donny Starkins was scheduled to have surgery on his left knee over spring break and is out for the season. Freshman infielder Gonzo Grasis (Tucson, Ariz.) has had surgery on his left wrist and will be out for the season. Second baseman Mark Ernster fractured his right thumb in Friday's game with Washington State. He is out indefinitely.

ASU Baseball on the Internet -- Fans can catch-up on the latest news in Sun Devil Baseball on the internet at the official Arizona State Athletics homepage - http://www.thesundevils.com

FOR THE RECORD -- A start-by-start breakdown of LHP Will Waldrip:

Will Waldrip        IP  H   R   ER  BB  SO  W/L 
vs. Utah            9.0 4   0   0   0   13  W (1-0) 
vs. Hawaii-Hilo     9.0 2   0   0   3   11  W (2-0)
vs. Howard          5.0 4   1   1   1   7   W (3-0)
vs. Florida State   6.0 8   5   5   5   0   L (3-1)
vs. New Mexico      8.0 4   1   1   3   9   W (4-1)
vs. Brigham Young   9.0 8   1   0   3   13  W (5-1)
vs. Arizona         6.1 6   5   5   4   2   ND (5-1)
vs. Stanford        3.1 9   7   6   2   1   L (5-2)
vs. Oklahoma        9.0 3   0   0   0   6   W (6-2)
vs. Boston College  5.0 7   5   5   1   1   W (7-2)
vs. California      6.1 2   2   2   6   8   W (8-2)
vs. Oregon State    5.1 8   3   3   4   3   W (9-2)
vs. Washington St.  3.0 7   6   6   4   4   ND (9-2)
vs. UCLA            4.0 3   5   5   6   1   ND (9-2)

ALL IN THE FAMILY -- Three father/son combinations have played at Arizona State including current Sun Devils Casey Myers and Brian Berger. Myers father Clint played at ASU from 1971-73 while Berger's father Bill played for the Devils from 1970-71-73. Father Eddie Bane (1971-73) and son Jaymie Bane (1997) round out the trio of father/son combos to don the Sun Devils uniform. Seven sets of brothers have graced the ASU rosters through the years: Chris (1975-78) and Sal (1964-65) Bando; Kevin (1978-81) and Pat (1980-82) Dukes; Byron (1979), Dale (1976-79) and Larry (1976-78) Eiler; Greg (1968) and Skip (1964) Hancock; Darrell (1974-77) and Dwayne (1979) Jackson; Jeff (1994) and Mike (1993) Rensmeyer; and John (1971-73) and Tom (1973-75) Sain. Of the seven sets, three sets played at least one year together at Arizona State.

ASU VS. USC (Player Career Stats vs. the Trojans)

  
                    GP   AB   R   H  RBI HR    Ave.
Dustin Delucchi     11   19   5   5   2   0   .263
Willie Bloomquist   12   41   8  17  12   1   .416
Casey Myers          7   30   5  13   9   1   .433
Chip Gosewisch      10   31   2   9   4   0   .290
Andrew Beinbrink    18   59  19  21  17   4   .356
Jeff Phelps          6   17   3   4   4   2   .235
Jay Sitzman          5   10   0   1   0   0   .100

G-GS W-L ERA IP SV ER Chuck Crumpton 3-0 0-0 3.60 5.0 0 2 Drew Friedberg 1-0 0-0 9.00 1.0 0 1 Robby Milner 2-0 0-0 8.18 2.2 0 2 Chad Pennington 2-0 0-0 10.59 5.1 1 6

THE DEVILS ON TV -- Arizona State baseball will be making many television appearances in 1999. Catch ASU on FOX Sports Net on Sat., April 10 vs. Washington St. at 1 p.m. MST and Sat., April 24 vs. USC at 1 p.m. MST. FOX Sports Arizona will broadcast on Sat., March 13 vs. Oklahoma at 7 p.m. MST and Sat., May 15 vs. Arizona at 7 p.m. MST. Locally, COX Sports (Cable Ch. 9) will broadcast on Fri., Feb. 12 vs. New Mexico at 7 p.m. MST, Tues., Feb. 23 at Grand Canyon at 7 p.m. MST, Fri., March 19 vs. Boston College at 7 p.m. MST, Tues., Match 23 vs. Grand Canyon at 7 p.m. MST, Sat., March 27 vs. Cal at 7 p.m. MST, Fri., April 9 vs. WSU at 7 p.m. MST, Sun., April 11 vs. WSU at 1 p.m. MST, Fri., April 23 vs. USC at 7 p.m. MST, Sun., April 25 vs. USC at 1 p.m MST and Fri., May 14 vs. Arizona at 7 p.m. MST. The Sunshine Network will broadcast the Fri., Feb. 5 vs. Florida State at 1:30 p.m. MST. FOX Sports Arizona will rebroadcast the May 8th game vs. Washington on May 9.

Sun Devils On The Radio -- KMVP 860 AM continues its association with Arizona State baseball with a tentative package of 58 home and away games to be broadcast this season. Trey Bender calls the play-by-play while Bob Eger will handle color commentary duties. The following is a list of the five games that will not be broadcast by KMVP: the first game of the Hawaii-Hilo doubleheader on Jan. 23, the alumni game on Feb. 2, the exhibition game with the Angels on Mar. 3, the exhibition game with Aomori University and the second game of the Boston College doubleheader on Mar. 20. You can listen to the games via the internet through broadcast.com

ASU Record Breakdown

Pac-10                      8-7
Non-Conference             24-8
Vs. Ranked Teams            2-8
Vs. Unranked Teams         30-7
Home Games                 22-3
Road Games                10-12
Day Games                  20-9
Night Games                12-6
Vs. Right-Hand Starters   23-13
Vs. Left-Hand Starters      9-2
One-Run Decisions           3-6
Two-Run Decisions           2-3
Extra Innings               0-1
Shutouts                    6-0
ASU Scores First           26-9
Opponent Scores First       7-6
Led After Seven            30-2
Trailed After Seven        1-12
Tied After Seven            1-1
Led After Eight            30-1
Trailed After Eight        1-14
Tied After Eight            1-0
Out-hit Opponents          27-1
Out-hit by Opponents       3-12
January                    11-0
February                    8-5
March                       8-6
April                       5-4
May                         0-0
Last 5 Games                2-3
Last 10 Games               6-4
Current Streak               L3

ASU Baseball Superlatives

Team

Longest Win Streak     11 games (1/15-1/31)
Longest Losing Streak   4 games (3/5-3/13) 

Most Runs, Game: ASU 28 (Brigham Young, 2/20) Opp. 11 (five teams)

Most Runs, Inning: ASU 12 (Boston College, 3/20) Opp. 7 (Arizona, 2/26)

Most Hits, Game: ASU 25 (four times) Opp. 18 (Grand Canyon, 3/23)

Most Hits, Inning: ASU 9 (Boston College, 3/20) Opp. 7 (Stanford, 3/5)

Most Doubles, Game: ASU 10 (Boston College, 3/21) Opp. 6 (Boston College, 3/21)

Most Triples, Game: ASU 4 (Boston College, 3/20) Opp. 1 (five teams)

Most Home Runs, Game: ASU 4 (Oregon State, 4/3) Opp. 3 (four teams)

Most Stolen Bases, Game: ASU 8 (Arizona, 2/28) Opp. 5 (CS Fullerton, 3/16)

Most Double Plays (turned), Game: ASU 3 (three times) Opp. 2 (six teams)

Most Errors, Game: ASU 8 (New Mexico, 2/13) Opp. 6 (three teams)

Most Strikeouts (pitching), 9-Inning Game: ASU 16 (California, 3/28) Opp. 16 (Stanford, 3/5)

Most Walks (pitching), 9-Inning Game: ASU 12 (UCLA, 4/16) Opp. 13 (two teams)

Largest Win. Margin 25 (two times) Largest Loss Margin 10 (Stanford, 3/5) Largest Crowd, Home 3,019 (Oklahoma, 3/13) Smallest Crowd, Home 1,002 (1/31) Largest Crowd, Road 4,023 (FSU, 2/6) Smallest Crowd, Road 100 (UH-Hilo, 1/24)

Individual

Longest Hit Streak  20 (Bloomquist, 1/23-3/5)
Most Hits, Game 6 (Mark Ernster, 2/20)
Most Runs, Game 6 (Beinbrink, 2/20)
Most Doubles, Game  3 (Gosewisch, 2/28)
Most Triples, Game  1 (12 players tied)
Most HRs, Game  2 (two players tied)
Most RBIs, Game 8 (Beinbrink, 3/19)
Most SBs, Game  4 (Bloomquist, 2/28)

Most Strikeouts, Game: ASU Pitcher 13 (Waldrip, 1/16 & 2/18) Opp. Pitcher 16 (Young, Stanford, 3/5)

Fewest Hits Allowed (CG Effort) ASU Pitcher 1 (Drew Friedberg, 1/24) Opp. Pitcher 6 (Jason Young, 3/5)

Most Walks, Game: ASU Pitcher 6 (Waldrip, 3/26 & 4/16) Opp. Pitcher 8 (Johnson, 3/27)

Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings: Starter 21.1 (Waldrip, 1/16-1/30) Reliever 12.1 (Charlie Williamson, 1/15-2/14)

1999 Devils in the Record Book

Career Hitting

Most RBI

*1. 271  - Andrew Beinbrink  1996-
 2. 250  - Clay Westlake     1973-76
 3. 241  - Stan Holmes       1978-81
 4. 229  - Bob Horner        1976-78
 5. 200  - Alvin Davis       1979-82
* Pac-10 career leader
Most Doubles
 1. 88 - Clay Westlake       1973-76
*2. 72 - Andrew Beinbrink    1996-
 2. 70 - Antone Williamson   1992-94
 4. 59 - Stan Holmes         1978-81
 5. 58 - Dan Rumsey          1986-89
* ranks 3rd in Pac-10
Most Hits
 
 1. 322 - Clay Westlake      1973-76
*2. 297 - Andrew Beinbrink   1996-
 3. 289 - Stan Holmes        1978-81
 4. 286 - Gary Atwell        1970-73
 5. 277 - Mikel Moreno       1995-98
* ranks 6th in Pac-10
Most Runs
1.  236 - Mikel Moreno       1995-1998
2. *232 - Andrew Beinbrink   1996-
3.  224 - Gary Atwell        1970-73
4.  216 - Rick Peters        1974-77
5.  212 - Ken Landreaux      1974-76
* ranks 4th in Pac-10
   
Most At Bats
 1. .955 - Caly Westlake     1973-76
 2.  934 - Gary Atwell       1970-73
 3.  837 - Dan Rumsey        1986-89
 4.  816 - Stan Holmes       1978-81
 5.  806 - Andrew Beinbrink  1996-
 6.  803 - Mikel Moreno      1995-98
Most Triples
 1.  26 - Alan Bannister     1970-72
     26 - Ed Irvine          1977-79
 3.  20 - Rick Peters        1974-77
    20 - Bump Wills         1971-74
     20 - Willie Bloomquist  1997-
 5. *17 - Andrew Beinbrink   1996-
 Tied 2nd in Pac-10
* ranks 9th in Pac-10

Most Total Bases

*1. 513 - Andrew Beinbrink  1996-
 2. 505 - Clay Westlake          1973-76
 3. 495 - Stan Holmes            1978-81
 4. 492 - Bob Horner             1976-78
 5. 469 - Dan Rumsey             1986-89
* ranks 2nd in Pac-10

Homeruns (45)

  • Solo: (16) Jones 5, Beinbrink 4, Ernster 2, Goodman 1, Gosewisch 1, Myers 2, Bloomquist 1
  • 2-run: <13) Cadiente 1, Gosewisch 2, Bloomquist 2, Ernster 1, Beinbrink 2, Jones 1, Phelps 1, Pratt 1, Myers 1, Conrad 1
  • 3-run: (14) Jones 2, Delucchi 1, Beinbrink 4, Bloomquist 3, Myers 2, Phelps 1, Pratt 1
  • Grand Slams: (2) Beinbrink 1, Myers 1
  • Back-to-Back: (2) Jones and Ernster 1, Gosewisch and Beinbrink 1
  • Two in One Game: (2) Myers 1, Bloomquist 1
  • Inside the Park: (0)
  • Pinch-Hit: (2) Phelps 1, Jones 1

    1998 National Rankings

    (Pacific-10 Schools)
    

    School BA CB BW (4/19) (4/19) (4/19) Stanford 4 5 5 USC 17 15 24 Arizona State 22 26 19

    BA- Baseball America; CB- Collegiate Baseball; CP- Baseball Weekly/ESPN Coaches Poll
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