After a 17-6 win over rival ASU earlier in the week, Arizona baseball hits the road for a three-game series in Pullman, Wash., to face Washington State.
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Looking back at last season’s team, there’s no doubt the new pieces added to Arizona baseball have made an impact on this year’s team.
Arizona baseball will host ASU for the second time this season tonight at Hi Corbett Field for the final rivalry matchup of the year in a red-out.
Another series sweep was added to the Arizona baseball team record this weekend after dropping all three games to California at Hi Corbett Field.
It’s been awhile since I wrote a column and, unfortunately for the Arizona baseball team, it’s also been a while since its last Pac-12 Conference series win.
Arizona baseball is back in action this weekend, playing another road series, as the Wildcats travel to Corvallis, Ore., for a three-game series against the Oregon State Beavers. Arizona (23-11, 8-7 Pac-12 Conference) faces the Beavers after a 7-2 win over ASU.
Phoenix, Ariz. — It wasn’t the weekend the No. 24 Arizona baseball team wanted as it lost the series against No. 9 ASU in Tempe. Arizona (22-11, 7-7 Pac-12 Conference) lost to ASU (23-9, 11-3 Pac-12) 13-7 on Sunday.
It’s now safe to say that last year’s season is in the past for the Arizona baseball team and coach Andy Lopez. The Wildcats had only won twelve games at this time last year, and the season outlook was bleak.
This weekend called for another series sweep for the Arizona baseball team after the Wildcats took down No. 18 Oregon to improve to a 22-6, 7-2 Pac-12 Conference record.
A road sweep follows with a three-game series for Arizona baseball as the team hosts No. 22 Oregon starting on Friday at Hi Corbett Field.
We all know March Madness is upon us, and basketball is the theme this month, especially at Arizona, but let’s not forget about the Arizona baseball team making history on Sunday. For the first time ever, Arizona swept Stanford at the Cardinal’s home field after a 6-0 shutout pitched by Tyger Talley.
After losing the first Pac-12 Conference series to Utah at home, it was Tyger Talley who helped the Arizona baseball team bounce back and clinch its first-ever sweep at Stanford after tossing a three-hit shutout on Sunday at Sunken Diamond.
Arizona baseball begins Pac-12 Conference play by hosting Utah (4-11) for a three-game series at Hi Corbett Field. The Wildcats are coming off a three-game sweep over Portland, while the Utes are coming off a 2-1 series win against Kansas, their first series win of the season.
He wishes he was a little bit taller, and he wishes he was a baller. At least that’s what his walk-up song says.
There’s a saying sports teams like to use: “New year, new team.” If one talks about Arizona baseball, one can agree that this year, it’s a new team.
Arizona baseball returns to action for its last nonconference weekend series as the Wildcats (12-4) host the Portland Pilots (4-12) for a three-game series at Hi Corbett Field. Portland will be the last team Arizona plays before going into Pac-12 Conference play and facing Utah next weekend.
Arizona starting pitcher Robby Medel recorded one of those errors and allowed six hits, three runs and had zero strikeouts on 69 pitches.
The Arizona baseball team looks to continue its perfect season as it takes on Rice for a three-game series starting Friday at Hi Corbett Field. After successfully sweeping two unranked teams, the Wildcats now face the No. 17 Owls.
Arizona defeated North Dakota State (0-5) 11-1 on Wednesday night at Hi Corbett Field; it wasn’t much of a struggle for the Wildcats (5-0) as the team outhit the Bison 11-3 for an easy win.
The wait is over for Arizona baseball fans as the Wildcats host Eastern Michigan for the season opener at Hi Corbett Field on Friday.