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4/14/2013 2:46:39 PM
Topic:
ASU at USC

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LSU_Blake wrote:
Bout to watch you guys on the U. Should be a good rubber match.


Hell, I'm exhausted after watching your game with the Hogs....well a little bit of Red helped.beer

No cable...
4/14/2013 2:53:01 PM
Topic:
ASU at USC

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LSU_Blake wrote:
Im having to watch it on the PC right now bc of the softball game. Heck if youre exhausted from that game then think how I feel. Im glad its over and we are on the winning side lol.


Is there a stream link?
4/14/2013 2:55:12 PM
Topic:
ASU at USC

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here is audio
http://www.thesundevils.com/allaccess/?media=370371
4/14/2013 3:12:21 PM
Topic:
ASU at USC

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3 2 baggers from last 4 hitters
5-0 t2
edited by ASU74 on 4/14/2013
4/14/2013 5:41:16 PM
Topic:
LSU vs Arkansas thread

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Dave van Horn..a class act
http://www.wholehogsports.com/news/2013/apr/14/rally-10th-saves-lsu/
4/14/2013 5:44:09 PM
Topic:
Pac-12 predictions: 2013 Week 9

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BB
Close, but no cigar...looking forward to next week..
4/14/2013 6:18:46 PM
Topic:
Baseball Vids & links

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/12/dodgers-padres-brawl-greinke-quentin-video_n_3066278.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular
4/15/2013 7:31:57 PM
Topic:
Pac 12 Player/Pitcher of Week 9

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Updated April 15, 2013
By the Pac-12 Conference
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. — Oregon sophomore outfielder Scott Heineman has been named Pac-12 Player of the Week and USC junior left-handed pitcher Sean Silva has been tabbed Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week for April 8-14, the Conference office announced Monday.

Heineman batted .438 (7-for-16) with three doubles, three home runs, six RBI and five runs scored as the Ducks went 4-0 on the road and earned their first Conference road sweep since the program was reinstated in 2009. The Pacific Palisades, Calif. native, who finished the week with a .500 on-base percentage and a 1.188 slugging percentage, hit safely in all four outings and logged a pair of multiple-hit games against California over the weekend. Heineman, who entered the weekend with one career home run, went yard twice in Saturday’s 10-4 victory over the Bears and added a homer in Sunday’s 5-4 win in Berkeley. All three of his doubles and six of his seven hits came in the weekend set. He is batting .291 (37-127) on the year and has produced 24 RBI, a figure that ranks second on the team. He also ranks second on the squad with three home runs, and his 10 doubles rank third.

This is Heineman’s first career Pac-12 Player of the Week honor and Oregon’s ninth all-time selection.

In just his second career start on Friday, Silva pitched 6.0 innings and allowed one hit while striking out a career-high four batters in a 5-0 victory over Arizona State. The Fresno, Calif. product issued one walk and retired 18 of 22 batters he faced en route to earning his first career victory. He combined with freshman right-hander Brent Wheatley -- who did not allow a hit in three innings of relief -- to toss the Trojans’ first one-hitter since 1996. In eight appearances (two starts) in 2013 , Silva has struck out 12 batters and held opponents to a .258 batting average.

This is Silva’s first career Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week selection and USC’s 63rd all-time.

Also Nominated (Player): Johnny Field, ARIZ; Trever Allen, ASU; Beau Day, OSU; Justin Ringo, STAN; Timmy Robinson, USC; Michael Camporeale, WASH.

Also Nominated (Pitcher): James Farris, ARIZ; Jimmie Sherfy, ORE; Matt Boyd, OSU; John Hochstatter, STAN; Adam Plutko, UCLA.

2013 Pac-12 Players of the Week: Feb. 19 – Ryon Healy, Jr., 1B, ORE; Feb. 26 – Trever Allen, RS So., OF, ASU; March 5 – Michael Conforto, So., OF, OSU; March 12 – Tyler Smith, Sr., SS, OSU; March 19 – Michael Conforto, So., OF, OSU; March 26 – Dallas Carroll, Fr., 3B, UTAH; April 1 – Trent Gilbert, So., 2B, ARIZ; April 8 – RJ Ybarra, Fr., DH, ASU; April 15 – Scott Heineman; So., OF, USC.

2013 Pac-12 Pitchers of the Week: Feb. 19 – James Farris, Jr., RHP, ARIZ; Feb. 26 – Matt Boyd, Sr., LHP, OSU; March 5 – Mark Appel, Sr., RHP, STAN; March 12 – Trevor Williams, Jr., RHP, ASU; March 19 – Matt Boyd, Jr., RHP, OSU; March 26 – Ryan Kellogg, Fr., LHP, ASU; April 1 – Cole Irvin, Fr., LHP, ORE; April 8 – Scott Simon, RS So.., RHP, WSU; April 15 – Sean Silva; So., OF, USC.
4/16/2013 10:42:37 AM
Topic:
New look for Cal

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Athletic director Sandy Barbour ushered in a new era for Cal athletics Wednesday as the university unveiled a new supplemental logo and visual identity in a press conference at the school. Click here to see the full release on Calbears.com.
All 27 athletic programs will feature new lettering and numerals on their uniforms, and most of the unis also will sport a new bear logo. Cal athletics will maintain the script Cal as its primary logo. Merchandise with the new visual identity is already available to fans online at the Cal Bears Shop.
4/16/2013 4:57:07 PM
Topic:
Ouch

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ASU74
#10 Arkansas 0 Nebraska 3 Live Stats FINAL Combined no-hitter for Nebraska
4/16/2013 5:03:05 PM
Topic:
ASU at Ariz 4/16/13

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By Jeff Metcalfe azcentral sports

Much has happened since the last time Arizona State and Arizona played baseball at Hi Corbett Field in late May 2012.

UA, after edging ASU 2-1 in a classic rivalry series, went undefeated in the NCAA Tournament to win its fourth national championship. The Wildcats then turned over much of their roster, started this Pac-12 season 0-6 before regrouping to win eight of their past nine games.

ASU sat out last postseason for NCAA violations and lost four key position players and two important pitchers off a 36-win team. The Sun Devils were 2-4 early in Pac-12 play before winning three consecutive series and nine of their past 12 games.

So going into the first of five rivalry games — Tuesday and April 30 being non-conference — No. 18 ASU (22-10-1) and No. 25 UA (23-12) are remarkably close again right down to their identical 8-7 Pac-12 records. Both trail conference-leading No. 7 Oregon by four games.

“They’re going real well,” ASU coach Tim Esmay said of UA. “When you start 0-6 and are sitting at 8-7, you’ve made some adjustments and have kids starting to jell.”

ASU fans will recognize Johnny Field, the 2012 Pac-12 batting champion, and perhaps others such as Riley Moore and Joe Maggi in the Wildcats’ lineup. But Brandon Dixon, Trent Gilbert, Zach Gibbons and Kevin Newman are among the hitting leaders after the departures of veterans Robert Refsnyder, Alex Mejia, Seth Mejias-Brean, Bobby Brown and Joey Rickard.

UA is hitting a Pac-12-best .311, but ASU holds a slight edge over the Wildcats in slugging percentage and surprisingly leads the conference with 20 home runs.

Zak Miller (2-0, 2.81), who threw five innings to get a win over UNLV on April 10, is ASU’s likely starting pitcher. UA’s pitching decision will be made Tuesday.

“We’d like to get (Adam) McCreery back out there,” Esmay said. “He’s made some strides. But Miller’s earned the right to be our mid-week starter.”

Esmay also hopes Brett Lilek soon will be cleared and able to throw again.

Esmay said catcher Max Rossiter might miss a third consecutive game because of a thigh bruise suffered Friday. If so, freshman RJ Ybarra again would start behind the plate.


RELATED INFO
Tuesday’s game
No. 18 ASU at No. 25 Arizona
When: 6 p.m.
Where: Hi Corbett Field, Tucson.
TV/radio: Pac-12 Networks/KDUS-AM (1060).

ASU update: The Sun Devils were 2-3 vs. UA last season and lead the series 187-120 (since 1959). OF Trever Allen, with six home runs and 26 RBIs, is third in Pac-12 slugging percentage (.575), with leadoff hitter Kasey Coffman in sixth (.548).

UA update: OF Brandon Dixon is hitting .386, second in the Pac-12, with three others Wildcats in the Nos. 3-5 spots. The Wildcats’ recent run of success — they have won eight of their past nine games — came against Utah, California and Washington State.
4/17/2013 7:44:48 AM
Topic:
ASU at Ariz 4/16/13

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Rowdy:
1 down, 4 to go.
Congrads on the comeback.
F
4/17/2013 7:47:11 AM
Topic:
Week 9 in Pac 12 Baseball

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Updated April 16, 2013
By the Pac-12 Conference

We’re halfway through the Conference schedule, and the Pac-12 title race is starting to take shape. Oregon State and Oregon sit atop the Conference ladder, but only a handful of games separate the league’s top seven teams. Arizona has come on strong of late, winning seven of its last eight games, and has positioned itself well to make a run down the stretch. Arizona State and Stanford have won three straight Pac-12 series and are poised to make runs of their own. It was another great week for Pac-12 pitchers; USC’s Sean Silva and Brent Wheatley combined to pitch the Trojans’ first one-hitter in nearly two decades and Oregon State’s Matt Boyd tossed his second complete-game shutout of the season. Boyd, who allowed just two hits against Utah on Friday, joined Sam Gaviglio (2011) as the only two OSU pitchers to notch two shutouts in the same season over the last 12 years. In the same game, Utah right-hander Mitch Watrous allowed just four hits and one earned run in seven innings of work. Five teams enter the week ranked in the USA Today/ESPN Coaches Poll. Oregon State sits at No. 5, followed by Oregon at No. 7, UCLA at No. 11, Arizona State at No. 18 and Arizona at No. 25. Pac-12 teams have compiled a 128-75-1 record (.630) against non-conference competition this season. All 11 teams play midweek games this week, with Tuesday night’s Territorial Cup clash between Arizona and Arizona State airing live on the Pac-12 Networks. League play resumes Friday, and UCLA travels to Eugene for a heavyweight showdown with Oregon, while Oregon State and Washington square off in Seattle. California hosts Washington State for a weekend set, whille Arizona travels to Stanford to take on the Cardinal and Utah welcomes USC for three games. Arizona State will host Valparaiso for a non-conference weekend series.


PAC-12 BASEBALL NOTES

Arizona (23-12)
Arizona has won seven of its last eight games and three straight Pac-12 series. The Wildcats took two of three games from Washington State in Pullman this weekend, as Arizona pitchers limited the Cougars to a .215 batting average in the series-- WSU entered the weekend batting a league-best .317. Arizona leads the league in batting average (.311), runs scored (238), RBI (217), triples (26), stolen bases (76), walks drawn (159) and on-base percentage (.409) and ranks second in hits (352) and total bases (489) and third in slugging percentage (.411). Arizona, which has produced an NCAA-leading 26 triples, is one of two Pac-12 squads with a team batting average above .300. Brandon Dixon leads the Pac-12 and ranks eighth in the country with 25 stolen bases. He also boasts a .386 batting average and a .598 slugging percentage—both totals rank second in the Pac-12. Five of the top 10 batting averages in the Conference belong to Wildcats.

Arizona State (22-10-1)
Arizona State has won three straight series in Pac-12 play and four straight overall, with two of those series victories coming against top-10 foes UCLA and Oregon. The Sun Devils have logged seven wins over top-10 opponents this season, more than any other Pac-12 team. ASU dropped the first of three games against USC over the weekend but won the final two to clinch the series. It marked the first time since 2007 that an Arizona State squad lost the opener against a Conference opponent on the road and went on to win the series. The Sun Devils, who have scored six or more runs in seven of their last 11 games, lead the league in extra-base hits (109). They lead the Pac-12 in doubles (73) and home runs (20) and rank second in triples (16). Defensively, ASU has allowed just four home runs and two triples in 33 games this season.

California (16-19)
California, which won four straight games to open league play, has lost 10 of its last 11 games against Conference opponents, but six of those losses have come by two runs or fewer and three of the last four have been one-run decisions. The Bears are in the middle of an eight-game home stand, which resumes Tuesday against the University of San Francisco. Cal earned a 5-2 road victory over the Dons on March 26. Cal has turned 28 double plays this year, a figure that is tied for third in the Pac-12. Three Bears rank in the top 10 in the Conference in RBI— Andrew Knapp is tied for sixth with 28 RBI, while Chris Paul and Devon Rodriguez are tied for eighth with 27 each. Paul and Knapp are tied for fifth in the league with five home runs apiece. Knapp also ranks among the league leaders in batting average (9th, .334), slugging percentage (7th, .531), on-base percentage (.424), hits (7th, 44) and total bases (T-4th, 68).

Oregon (27-8)
Oregon has won 17 of its last 20 games, during which it has allowed three runs or fewer on 11 occasions. The Ducks, who are riding a league-high five-game winning streak, kicked off last week’s action with a 6-3 victory over Oregon State in Corvallis and swept California on the road in a weekend set. It was their first road sweep of a Conference opponent since the program was reinstated in 2009. Sophomore outfielder Scott Heineman was named the Pac-12 Player of the Week after he batted .438 (7-for-16) with three doubles, three home runs, six RBI and five runs scored. He finished the week with a .500 on-base percentage and hit safely in all four outings. Oregon owns an NCAA-best .988 fielding percentage, and Duck pitchers have rung up 247 batters to lead the Pac-12. All-American reliever Jimmie Sherfy leads the Conference and ranks third in the nation with 11 saves.

Oregon State (28-6)
Oregon State maintained its perch atop the Conference standings with a weekend sweep of Utah during which the Beavers only conceded four runs—their lowest series total since allowing four runs in a four-game set against Bryant in early March. Senior left-hander Matt Boyd tossed his second complete-game shutout of the season in the opener against Utah. He joined Sam Gaviglio (2011) as the only two OSU pitchers to notch a pair of shutouts in the same season over the last 12 years. He allowed just two hits and two walks while striking out eight batters and allowed just one runner to reach second base. Boyd (1.55) and freshman right-hander Andrew Moore (1.61) rank third and fifth in the Pac-12 in ERA, respectively. Boyd also boasts a league-low opposing batting average (.176) and ranks third in the Conference in strikeouts (58) and innings pitched (63.2). As a team, OSU leads the Pac-12 in ERA (1.89, ranks second in the NCAA) and opposing batting average (.204) and has turned a league-high 37 double plays.

Stanford (19-11)
Stanford went 3-1 on the week, dispatching San Jose State on the road before posting bookend victories over Washington in a three-game weekend set. Senior designated hitter/left fielder Justin Ringo batted .444 last week with one double, one home run, six RBI and a pair of stolen bases. He drove in three runs— two of which came by way of a two-run home run— in the series finale against the Huskies. The Cardinal has scored 42 runs over its last six Conference games (7.0 average), more than two runs per game above its season average. Senior right-hander Mark Appel, the league-leader in strikeouts (78), ranks second in the Pac-12 with a 1.41 ERA and a .178 opposing batting average. Cardinal pitchers have struck out 8.2 batters per nine innings, a figure that leads the Conference and ranks 25th in the nation. Stanford has won three straight Conference series after dropping two of three games against Utah to open league play.

UCLA (22-10)
The Bruins, who take on UC Irvine on Tuesday, have won 15 of their last 16 midweek tilts. Defense has been critical for UCLA, which is 17-0 this season when holding opponents to three runs or fewer. The Bruins own the league’s second-lowest team ERA (2.63, ranks 14th in the NCAA) and have issued a Conference-low 2.48 walks per nine innings. They also rank second in the legue and seventh in the nation with a .980 fielding percentage. Sophomore reliever David Berg, who has not allowed a run in his last six appearances (8.2 innings), boasts a Conference-low 1.03 ERA. Junior right-hander Adam Plutko has not allowed an earned run in his last two starts (14 innings) and ranks third in the league in opposing batting average (.189) and seventh in strikeouts (45). Plutko picked up career win number 23 against Loyola Marymount on Saturday to move into a tie for sixth-place on UCLA’s all-time wins list. The Bruins are 20-2 when they score three runs or more in a game.

USC (13-22)
USC kicked off the weekend with a Friday night upset of Arizona State in Los Angeles. Junior left-hander Sean Silva and freshman right-hander Brent Wheatley combined to toss the program’s first one-hitter since 1996 as the Trojans topped the Sun Devils, 5-0, before a crowd of 451 at Dedeaux Field. Silva, who, in just his second career start, pitched 6.0 innings and allowed one hit while fanning a career-high four batters, garnered Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week honors. In wins, the Trojans have managed a 2.06 cumulative ERA; in losses, they’ve posted a 6.62 team ERA. Junior left-hander Bob Wheatley ranks 4th in the Pac-12 with a 1.58 ERA, and The Trojans are hitting a league-best .320 against left-handed pitchers this season.

Utah (14-17)
Utah was swept by Oregon State in Corvallis last weekend, but the Utes were competitive throughout the series. They came out on the losing end of a defensive struggle on Friday, as OSU scored the game’s only run in the first inning. Sophomore right-hander Mitch Watrous allowed just four hits and one earned run in seven innings of work. Utah hung tough in games two and three of the set, but a four-run fifth inning by the Beavers on Saturday and a four-run third inning on Sunday proved insurmountable. The Utes have allowed four runs or fewer in seven of their last 10 games, a remarkable feat considering their last three opponents, Arizona, Washington State and Oregon State, rank first, second and third in the league in runs scored, respectively. With 23 games remaining on its schedule, Utah has already matched its win total from a season ago. The Utes rank third in the Pac-12 and 30th in the nation in triples per game (.39), and their 49 stolen bases also rank third in the Conference.

Washington (9-24)
Washington returns home for four games this week after playing its previous eight contests in unfriendly confines. The Huskies host Seattle University on Tuesday, a squad they have beaten twice this season. Washington tipped the Redhawks, 4-2, on March 5 and scored a season-high 14 runs in a (14-1) road victory on April 2. Senior designated hitter/right fielder Michael Camporeale was outstanding for the Huskies last week. He hit .389 (7-for-18) with two doubles, three home runs and nine RBI in four games and slugged 1.000. Junior right-hander Austin Voth ranks second in the league and is tied for 12th in the country with 71 strikeouts. Trevor Dunlap, meanwhile, boasts the Conference’s seventh-lowest opposing batting average (.225).

Washington State (18-15)
Washington State dropped two of three games against Arizona this week, splitting a double-header on Saturday and falling in the rubber match, 7-3. WSU has lost just twice this season when it has allowed fewer than four runs and has conceded three runs or fewer in 11 of 18 wins. The Cougars rank at or near the top of the Conference in a number of offensive statistical categories. They lead the Pac-12 in slugging percentage (.439), hits (354), and total bases (503), while ranking second in batting average (.309), on-base percentage (.388) runs scored (215) and RBI (188). Redshirt freshman Nick Tanielu boasts the league’s top batting average (.402), slugging percentage (.626) and on-base percentage (.492).
4/17/2013 2:50:05 PM
Topic:
SEC Predictions/Scoreboard 4/18-4/21

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SC 2-1
LSU 3-0
Vandy 3-0
Hogs 2-1
Miss 2-1
Ole Miss 2-1
Florida 2-1
4/18/2013 7:08:12 AM
Topic:
Pac-12 predictions: 2013 Week 10

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BeaverBob wrote:
Call me stupid, but here I go. Fred, do you have the ____ to join me in my quest for self destruction? Perhaps you could run the 3-0 trend, but wiht different teams. Come on. St. Pauli is on the line I can have a six-pack delivered on ice.

UCLA 3-0
Ariz 3-0
Cal 3-0
Utah 3-0
OSU 3-0
ASU 3-0


BB
I'd like to be your wing man on this one, but I've got to fly in a different direction. Ya know it has to hurt cause not takin' ya up on St Pauli delivered at my door...on ice no less...well it is just against my nature.

Ore 2-1
Ariz 2-1
WSU 2-1
Utah 2-1
OSU 3-0
ASU 3-0

Any one who REALLY wants to win this week....the formula is easy......whatever I picked, pick the opposite.
Educated
4/20/2013 5:34:25 PM
Topic:
Valp vs Sun Devils

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Ya we won big yesterday which means we may get our teeth handed to us tonight.

....and riddle me this Robin....how in all of Gotham did the Huskies grab Beaver Balls and wash your jocks out today?

RD has the Gotham beacon flashing the Ducks logo tonight.
edited by ASU74 on 4/20/2013
4/20/2013 8:13:41 PM
Topic:
Valp vs Sun Devils

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Game 2
ASU leading 13-0 B3 W/ a slammer
4/21/2013 8:27:49 AM
Topic:
Valp vs Sun Devils

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BeaverBob wrote:
ASU74, us Beavs practice good personal hygene. Gotta have our balls and jocks washed at least once a year. We should be good for the rest of the Pac 12, regionals, supers, and the CWS. A wise man once told me -- when Beavers start to smell like Fish, it's time for a good cleaning.
ASU74 wrote:
BB
Ya we won big yesterday which means we may get our teeth handed to us tonight.

....and riddle me this Robin....how in all of Gotham did the Huskies grab Beaver Balls and wash your jocks out today?

RD has the Gotham beacon flashing the Ducks logo tonight.
edited by ASU74 on 4/20/2013


Yea, the Devils had been taken to the laundry a few times this year also.
Tennessee 11-2
WSU 15-4
Ore 16-3
Sometimes I feel that TIDE is an ASU sponsor.
4/21/2013 8:30:38 AM
Topic:
Valp vs Sun Devils

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BeaverBob wrote:
Sounds like a St Pauli for each run tonight

ASU74 wrote:
Game 2
ASU leading 13-0 B3 W/ a slammer


Maybe in my youger years....now I'm just a cheap date.
4/21/2013 8:51:02 AM
Topic:
Valp vs Sun Devils

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ASU74
With the way things have gone for the Crusaders, they will never want to come back to Tempe. Unless that is some local feminine Devils showed them some Devil Beaver*. Something for the boys to think about during the cold Indiana nights......& trust me Devil Beaver is among the highest quality Beaver available anywhere.

*BB
You seem to be the authority on Beaver teminology....if Devil Beaver is not already recognized, please submit to the Beaver Dictionary for approval so Devil Beaver will, and forever more be an acknowleged Beaver.
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