Tagged: Pac-12 Baseball

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Murky Pac-12 Gives Oregon a Sliver of Hope

It appears the Oregon baseball program won’t be making a return to the postseason for a sixth straight year. Despite spending the first month of the 2016 season in the Top 30, including a short stint in the Top 15,...

Conference Analysis: The Final Stretch 0

Conference Analysis: The Final Stretch

Two teams converged in a Civil War are set to battle once again, but this time there is more than just pride and bragging rights between the schools. This time it’s for the Pac-12 baseball title. With two weeks left...

Who Will Lead the PAC-12 Down the Stretch? 0

Who Will Lead the PAC-12 Down the Stretch?

The last month of regular season baseball is upon us as the race for the PAC-12 championship inches closer and closer.  Oregon State and Oregon sit 5th and 6th, respectively, in the national poll.  The Ducks and Beavers have been...

The Sun Devils Join the Chase as the Ducks Eye the PAC-12 Title 0

The Sun Devils Join the Chase as the Ducks Eye the PAC-12 Title

Many PAC-12 teams are looking strong as we head into the last month of the regular season and conference play.  The Ducks are coming off a sweep at home against streaking Stanford.  Oregon is right up at the top of...

Pac-12 Conference Race Update: UCLA Enters the Picture 0

Pac-12 Conference Race Update: UCLA Enters the Picture

Over the past few weeks, Oregon and Oregon State have been the two teams atop of the PAC-12 baseball standings, but as the season goes on teams and players get more competitive with one another, and the hunger to win...

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The Pac is on Fire

Featured Photo © Gary Breedlove Photography   The PAC-12 baseball race is starting to heat up as the conferences’ top two teams face off in a non-conference Civil War game in Corvallis, Oregon.  The Ducks have been the most impressive...

The Meat of the Ducks’ Pac-12 Schedule Starts Tonight 1

The Meat of the Ducks’ Pac-12 Schedule Starts Tonight

I’m sure the Ducks baseball team respects every Pac-12 opponent – as well they should – but let’s be honest; USC, Arizona, and Washington are not on the same level as the Ducks.  Sure, these three teams gave the Ducks a few...