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Pac-10 Recap Friday 4/25

Preston Guilmet@ ASU 11 – Cal 7

Arizona 7 – @ OSU 0

@ Stanford 4 – USC 0

@ Washington 5 – UCLA 2

@ WSU 8 – San Jose State 3

ASU takes over sole possession of second place in the Pac-10.  Mike Leake throws a complete game and picks up the win, walks 4, strikes out 6 and allows 11 hits.  Tyson Ross takes the loss allowing 9 runs, 8 earned, walks 5, strikes out 5 in 5.1 innings.

Arizona wins its’ 13 straight game.  Preston Guilmet goes the distance in blanking OSU, walks 1, strikes out 10 and allows only 5 hits.  C.J. Ziegler, Brad Glenn and Jon Gaston homer.  Mike Stutes takes the loss while going the distance, walking 8, striking out 10, giving up 6 hits and 6 earned runs.

Stanford remains in first place in the Pac-10 with the win.  Austin Young goes 7.1 innings for the win, walks 2, strikes out 1 and allows just 3 hits.  Brent Milleville had 3 hits including 2 doubles.  Tommy Milone takes the loss while going the distance, walking 2, striking out 7, giving up 9 hits and 4 earned runs.

Matt Way throws a complete game and picks up the win for WSU, walks 1, strikes out 8, allows 6 hits and 3 earned runs.

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Arizona State makes the correct moves to defeat Stanford 6 to 4 in 10 innings

Ike Davis(Stanford, CA) – On a chilly Friday night at Sunken Diamond, Arizona State head coach Pat Murphy worked the Abbot and Costello “Who’s on First” routine for a 6 to 4 victory.  After ten innings of play, the only Sun Devil’s who finished the game in the same spot that they started were middle infielders Raoul Torrez at second base and Marcel Champagnie at short.  Junior Ike Davis was the star of the show, hitting an early home run and picking up the win for ASU at the end.  Davis started the game at first base, climbed the hill and got the final out of the seventh, pitched a 1-2-3 eighth, went back to first base for the first two outs of the ninth, climbed back up the hill and retired the final batter of the ninth, and pitched another 1-2-3 tenth as well.  At the end of the night Ike had gone 2 for 3 at plate with the home run, scored three times and walked three times while from the mound he pitched 2.2 innings, struck out four and did not allow a batter to reach base. Continue reading

Stanford 12 Texas 9

img_1761.jpgWhen the Stanford Cardinal and the Texas Longhorn get together for a series you can believe that you will some great baseball. Today the Stanford Cardinal came right out and made a statement against Freshman pitcher Cole Green. They hit him hard and often in the first inning as Cole could only get 1 out and gave up 5 runs before giving way to Cassey Whittmer. Casey was one of 5 relievers for Texas that saw mound time in the loss today.

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Stanford 6 Texas 5 Game 2

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This game was back and forth from the beginning to the end. Stanford got on the board in the first with a run and Texas answer in the bottom of the first with a double off the green monster by Danks and then Belt single to bring him in to tie the game at 1 after the first inning. It was 2-2 going in to the 5th when Skip Johnson brings in Kyle Walker to face the Cardinal. and Kyle proceeds to walk the first batter and then after a failed bunt attempt Kyle gives up a single and then a walk. With the bases loaded Molina drive a pitch to center field for a base hit to score two. Stanford takes the lead into the bottom of the inning and Texas is able to score 1. Marcus Tackett comes in the 6th and was able to keep the Cardinals from scoring. In the bottom of the 6th Texas takes the lead with a walk and two hits. The score going into the 7th was Texas 5 Stanford 4. Domaracki gets it started with a single but gets thrown out on a nice play by Brandon Belt. With a runner on at first and Castro at the plate he drives a pitch from Tackett over the RF wall to drive in two to make it 6-5.

Stanford and Texas close out the series tomorrow at 1. Freshman Cole Green will take the mound will try to lead Texas to the series win.

Texas 5 Stanford 2

texasstanford.jpgAustin Wood went 7 2/3 today and struck out 8 Cardinals in picking up his 2nd win of the season. Freshman Chance Ruffin came in the bottom of the 8th to close the door to earn his 2nd save of the season to help Texas to move 9-2 on the season. Texas and Stanford will square off a gain tomorrow at 2:00 pm. Kenn Kasparek will be on the mound looking for his 2nd win on the young season and taking the series over the Cardinal.

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Pictures provided by Donald J Boyles