Baseball Opens Practice Slate
CORVALLIS, Ore. – The fourth-ranked Oregon State baseball team opened its slate of spring practices Friday at Goss Stadium on the first day allowed by the NCAA.
The Beavers practice for a little less than three hours under blue skies at Goss. The team worked out by position to open the day, then scrimmaged before ending the day. OSU’s student-athletes then began getting ready for the team’s annual Diamond Dinner, scheduled for later Friday night on the Oregon State campus.
The workout and dinner came as the season begins in just 21 days with the Beavers taking on Gonzaga in Tempe, Ariz., at Tempe Diablo Stadium, the Spring Training home of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
The Beavers are ranked fourth to open the year by Collegiate Baseball. More rankings are expected to be announced, along with preseason All-American squads, early next week.
The team has also unveiled its white and orange uniforms for the 2014 season, which can be seen below in this story.
See the Beavers with season tickets, which can be purchased now by visiting BeaverTickets.com. They can also be purchased over the phone (1-800-GOBEAVS) or in person at Gill Coliseum.
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