The Oregon State Beavers will host the University of Portland Pilots at Volcanoes Stadium on Tuesday, May 16th, with first pitch slated for 5:35 pm.
Tickets available now by calling the Volcanoes Ticket Office at 503-390-2225, visiting the Volcanoes website at www.volcanoesbaseball.com, or visiting the Volcanoes Ticket Office Monday thru Friday 9:00 am until 5:00 pm, Saturdays and Sundays 8:00 am until noon. Outfield seats are $10.00, Reserved seats $15.00 and theatre-style Box seats (upper and lower) are $20.00. This game is an annual sellout, so fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets right away.
To order tickets online, please follow these steps:
1. Log on to: https://www.volcanoestickets.com/
2. Click "Purchase Tickets" link.
3. Click "Details" under Oregon State vs. UP Pilots.
4. Click the "arrow" that confirms the date, Tuesday, May 16, 2017.
5. Select "reserved" seats for Lower Box ($20), Upper Box ($20), or Reserved Grandstand ($15) seats. -OR- Select "Gen Adm" seats for Outfield ($10) seats.
NOTE: Sections 101-113 and the first several rows of Sections 201-207 are "Box seats," $20 per seat. The remaining rows Sections 201-207 are Reserved Grandstand, $15 per seat. Any Outfield seat is $10. Click the appropriate section to select specific seats.
6. Select your seats by clicking on the open seats. Then, click on the box "Click here when done selecting seats."
7. Select the appropriate price based on the respective section.
8. Click "OK."
9. Click "All Done, Check Out."
Currently, the Beavers are the consensus No. 1 ranked team in all six major college baseball polls. It's the first time they've held such a ranking since their 2007 College World Series title. They are now 20-1 overall and 6-0 to begin Pac-12 conference play -- the first time since 1999. After a weekend sweep against Top-10 nationally ranked Arizona, Oregon State holds the country's best earned run average (1.48) and is the only team in the nation with a sub-2.00 ERA.
A part of the stellar pitching staff are two Oregonians in right-handers Sam Tweedt and Jake Thompson. Thompson, a native of Florence and Siuslaw High School attendee, leads the rotation with a 5-0 record and holds a 1.42 ERA in 38 innings of work. Through seven appearances -- six of them starts -- he also is second in strikeouts (43) and batting average against (.151). Tweedt hails from South Salem, attending South Salem High School and has made five appearances with four of them as the starter. Through 21.2 innings, he has accumulated a 3-0 record and a 2.08 ERA, while striking out 16.
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