CBD Photo Gallery: Oregon State holds first scrimmage of Fall

OregonStateFistPumpCORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State got on the field for an intra-squad scrimmage for the first time this fall on Friday. The Beavers had been prevented from scrimmaging earlier by weeks of steady rain that finally broke on Thursday. OSU finished tied for third at the College World Series in June and has two-thirds of its weekend starters returning.

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    Sophomore Andrew Moore led the team in wins in 2013. (Aaron Yost/College Baseball Daily)
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    Umpire Randy Knuths speaks with catcher Kavin Keyes during the scrimmage. (Aaron Yost/College Baseball Daily)
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    Junior outfielder Michael Conforto (28) and senior pitcher Ben Wetzler (kneeling) watch during a Black half inning.
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    A triple here was not rewarded with a run, as the Black left the runner stranded.
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    Sophomore Max Engelbrekt threw well after not pitching during the summer. He was injured during the NCAA Regional and didn't appear in another game in the spring.
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    Nate Yeskie and Andy Jenkins listen closely to head coach Pat Casey between innings.
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    (Aaron Yost/College Baseball Daily)
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    A good throw was all it took to record an out. (Aaron Yost/College Baseball Daily)
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    Caught stealing. (Aaron Yost/College Baseball Daily)
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    (Aaron Yost/College Baseball Daily)
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    There was no triple on this at-bat. (Aaron Yost/College Baseball Daily)
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    (Aaron Yost/College Baseball Daily)
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  • jimmy

    Great pics.. Thanks so much for the look. The west coast Beavers are a huge force. No question. Wonder what type of team the Huskies have this year?