LinkedUp: 2014 Oregon Baseball
Baseball America Sees Oregon as a Contender in 2014
Oregon Baseball kicks off their season on Friday night in Hawaii and in looking ahead before the season even starts Baseball America has compiled their list of the NCAA Field of 64 teams that will fight for the chance to play in Omaha at the end of the season. To start the season Oregon State is the favorite to win the Pac-12 Conference, as they have been the last several years. However, the Ducks even without Pitcher Cole Irvin for the season should make a good run and Aaron Fitt is one of several folks that things that Coach George Horton’s team will make it to the post season and host a Super Regional Round in Eugene.
Oregon would host Miami, New Mexico and Sacramento State according to their prediction. Oregon starts their season with a four game set in Hawaii vs the Rainbow Warriors this weekend.
For Oregon Who’s On First? Well, Who’s Playing Anywhere?
For Oregon in 2014 we know who some of the pitchers are. We know that Former Starter Jake Reed will be the closer. We know that Pitchers like Tommy Thorpe and Garrett Cleavinger will have solid seasons, but what about the rest of the field. OregonLive has a breakdown of who will be where.
The four game series in Hawaii begins Friday at 8:35pm PT, Game 2 is Saturday at 8:35pm PT. The third game is slated for Sunday at 3:05pm, as well as the finale Monday at 3:05pm. There is no tv for the games, but audio can be heard locally in Eugene on 1320 AM and on GoDucks.com
Oregon Ducks This Week:Oregon Softball (3-1) Led Early by Senior Courney Ceo, Easton Classic in Las Vegas Up Next