Baseball makes its season home debut against the Lutes

Photo by Dina Ultsch
Photo by Dina Ultsch

TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound baseball team makes its home debut – and Northwest Conference debut - against crosstown rival Pacific Lutheran with a three-game series starting on Friday, Feb. 17, at 2 p.m.

 WHO

 Puget Sound vs. Pacific Lutheran 

 WHEN  

 Friday, Feb. 17, 2017 | 2 p.m.

 WHERE

 Logger Baseball Field | Tacoma, Wash. 

 LIVE

 Stats | Video 

 SOCIAL MEDIA 

 Twitter | Instagram | Facebook

 

 WHO

 Puget Sound vs. Pacific Lutheran (DH) 

 WHEN  

 Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017 | 10 a.m. 

 WHERE

 Logger Baseball Field | Tacoma, Wash.

 LIVE

 Stats (G1) | Stats (G2)

 SOCIAL MEDIA 

 Twitter | Instagram | Facebook

 

Change in schedule

Due to expected rain, Sunday's game (Feb. 19) against the Lutes has been moved to Friday. Saturday's scheduled doubleheader has been moved up to 10 a.m.

 

Comeback kids

The Loggers closed out a three-game weekend with a remarkable comeback win over Lewis & Clark on Sunday, Feb. 12. Puget Sound trailed, 9-3, entering the seventh inning, but the Loggers rallied for five runs in the bottom of the seventh and two runs in the eighth to top the Pioneers, 10-9.

 

Zavis-groovin'

Puget Sound starting pitcher Joshua Zavisubin has been sharp through his first two games this season. The junior holds a 2.70 ERA and eight strikeouts through 13.1 innings.

 

Run this town

The Loggers have swiped nine bags this season, and they've been caught stealing just three times. James Dejesus and Jordan Hirae lead the team with two steals, apiece.

 

Slug it out

The Loggers have 18 extra-base hits this season, including 15 doubles, two triples, and a home run (Ryan Darrow). In comparison, the Loggers have limited opponents to nine extra-base hits.

 

Scouting the Lutes (2-1)

Pacific Lutheran won two out of three games at Pomona-Pitzer (Feb. 9-11), totaling 26 runs against the Sagehens. Jacob Bockelie hit two home runs, and Cory VanderStaay went yard once. Starting pitcher Chad Gideon threw seven shutout innings and allowed just three hits against Pomona-Pitzer.

 

 

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