Tigers At Home For Four Games

Photo Courtesy of Meghan Laurel Photography
Photo Courtesy of Meghan Laurel Photography

This Week In Tiger Baseball

 

Tues., March 21 - San Jose State - 6:00 pm
Klein Family Field, Stockton, Calif.
Probable Starters: 
PAC - TBA
SJSU - RHP, Josh Zanger (1-0, 9.00 ERA)
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Fri., March 24 - Pepperdine - 6:00 pm
Klein Family Field, Stockton, Calif.
Probable Starters:

PAC - TBA
Pep - LHP, Ryan Wilson (1-2, 2.84 ERA)
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Sat., March 25 - Pepperdine- 6:00 pm
Klein Family Field, Stockton, Calif.
Probable Starters:
PAC - RHP, Will Lydon (2-2, 5.12 ERA)
Pep - RHP, Max Gamboa (1-3, 4.45 ERA)
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Sun., March 26 - Pepperdine - 1:00 pm
Klein Family Field, Stockton, Calif.
Probable Starters:
PAC - LHP, Ricky Reynoso (2-2, 4.91 ERA)
Pep - RHP, Wil Jensen (2-2, 3.13 ERA)
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Game Notes: Pacific | SJSU

On Deck

Pacific will play San Jose State this Tuesday before hosting Pepperdine in its second West Coast Conference series of the year.  The Tigers have already played San Jose State once this year, losing 9-2 in San Jose.  The Pacific-San Jose State game will be played at 6:00 pm.  The Pepperdine series will begin Friday at 6:00 pm.  Tickets for all four games are available online.

All-time, San Jose State leads the series 85-73.  The Tigers lost twice to San Jose State last year but won three straight games before that.  In Stockton, the Tigers are 42-38 against the Spartans in their history.

Pepperdine leads that all-time series 15-10, though the Tigers are 4-4 at home.  Last season, Pepperdine won the first two games of the series before Pacific won game three.  Those two wins eliminated Pacific from the WCC Tournament, putting Pepperdine in.  Since joining the WCC, Pacific is 4-5 against the Waves.

Last Time Out

The Tigers opened WCC play in Gonzaga this last week, losing all three games.  The series started with Ryan Shreve throwing a career-high six innings, giving up just one hit in the first five of those innings.  Shreve still took the loss as Pacific was one-hit by Gonzaga's Eli Morgan.  Ricky Reynoso also had a strong start, giving up no earned runs and striking out six in five innings.

Ryan Schalch led the way offensively for the Tigers, hitting .455 on the week.  James Free II hit his first career homerun this year as well.