Oregon State and Washington State conclude their three-game series Sunday at Bailey-Brayton Field. First pitch is scheduled for 12 p.m. PT.
All games air on the Beaver Sports Network with pre-game 30 minutes before first pitch. Affiliates include KICE 94.9 (Bend, Ore.), KEJO 1240-AM (Corvallis), KKNX 840-AM (Eugene), KCFM 1250-AM (Florence - Pac-12 games), KCFM 104.1-FM (Florence - Pac-12 games), KLAD 960-AM & 93.3-FM (Klamath Falls), KTMT 580-AM & 96.1-FM (Medford - Saturday & Sunday games), Rip City Radio 620-AM (Portland - weekday games after 5 p.m. and all weekend games), 103.7-FM (Portland, all weekday games before 5 p.m.), KSKR 1490-AM (Roseburg) and KBZY 1490-AM (Salem - Saturday & Sunday games).
Catch the game online by visiting osubeavers.com, and find the live broadcast on the Oregon State baseball schedule page. The games can be heard via the TuneIn application, which is available for smartphones and tablets (search Beaver Sports Network).
The game will not be broadcast.
Live streaming video, for free, and provided by Washington State, can be viewed by visiting osubeavers.com. The stream can also be found by using the Pac-12 Now application on smartphones and tablets.
Live stats for the game can be accessed by clicking on the live stats link located on the baseball schedule page on osubeavers.com.
Tickets At Goss
Tickets for the 2018 season can be purchased by visiting BeaverTickets.com/Baseball or by calling 1-800-GOBEAVS.
Adley Rutschman and Michael Gretler each tallied three hits and Oregon State finished with 17 overall in a 9-1 win over Washington State on Saturday. Kyle Nobach homered for the second consecutive game to help pace the Beavers in the win. Bryce Fehmel and Brandon Eisert combined to hold WSU to seven hits and a run with five strikeouts.
Remember The Change
Fans should note that Sunday's first pitch is moved up an hour to 12 p.m. from its originally scheduled 1 p.m. start. This was necessitated due to a change in Oregon State's travel schedule.
Move Over Tyler And Trevor
Kyle Nobach's home run in the fourth inning Saturday gave him two in as many games. He joins Trevor Larnach and Tyler Malone as Beavers who have homered in consecutive games this season. Malone homered in five straight from mid-to-late March while Larnach homered versus Gonzaga and then Cal Poly while the Beavers were in Surprise, Ariz.
The victory Saturday pushed the Beavers to five consecutive wins over Washington State. The Beavers will be looking for a sweep over the Cougars on Sunday for the second consecutive season. OSU last swept Washington State in back-to-back seasons in 2005 and 2006. The 2006 season also happened to be the Beavers last sweep in Pullman.
Make It 18
Cadyn Grenier pushed his hit streak to 18 games after reaching on a bunt single in the sixth inning. He has also reached base safely in 39 of the team's 42 games this season.
Heimlich And Fehmel
Oregon State starters Luke Heimlich and Bryce Fehmel have combined to hold Washington State to nine hits and three runs in 12 1/3 innings through the first two games of the series. They've walked just one and struck out 13.