Big Series Awaits Baseball This Weekend
April 15, 2009
CORVALLIS, Ore. - With the BYU series having ended, the Oregon State baseball team can now focus its attention on a three-game set with USC that is slated to start Friday night at Goss Stadium. And with the Trojans third in the Pacific-10 Conference - and the Beavers at No. 2, of course - the three-game set has major conference implications.
The series is bound to be popular across the nation as a resurgent USC club faces off against an Oregon State team that is ranked as high as No. 14 in the major polls. It's also very popular in Corvallis, with only a limited number of seats available to Saturday's game. That game, which starts at 2 p.m. PT, has only outfield seats remaining for sale. Grandstand seats for the game - those situated along the first and third base lines - are no longer available.
So make sure to come by the ticket office at legendary Gill Coliseum, or call 1-800-GOBEAVS to make sure you can catch the second game of the series. Beautiful weather is expected all weekend so come by and watch Greg Peavey throw against the Trojans.
Of course, if you can't make it to Gill Coliseum or you simply want to use your computer, visit osubeavers.com to get your tickets. However you want to get your tickets, do it fast. There aren't many seats left.
Also, remember that Sunday's game now starts at 12 p.m. USC's travel schedule required the game to be pushed up an hour from its original 1 p.m. start.
For those fans who just can't make it to the series, each of the three games will be available by tuning into the Beaver Sports Network, where Mike Parker will call all the action. And each of the games will have a full webcast on Beaver Nation Online (osubeavers.com).
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