Arizona State baseball plays a non-conference game in Seattle on Tuesday before hosting rival Arizona for three games starting Thursday.
ASU baseball 6, Seattle 4
ASU scored four runs in the seventh inning to rally past host Seattle for a 6-4 win on Tuesday.
The Sun Devils were led by Jeremy McCuin, who went 3-for-4 with two RBIs, and Zach Cerbo, who had a 2-for-3 night with a home run and two walks.
ASU at Seattle
When: 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Where: Bannerwood Park, Bellevue, Wash.
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ASU: The Sun Devils (22-26) must win six of their final seven games to avert their first losing season since 1985 and second in school varsity history not including 2007 when 44 wins were vacated due to NCAA sanctions. ASU was shut out twice last weekend at Washington, losing the series and seeing its nation high 54-year run of consecutive 30-win seasons end. The Sun Devils have been blanked five times, all in Pac-12 play where they are 8-16. After this final non-conference games, ASU finishes with a home series against No. 19 Arizona starting Thursday and away series vs. Utah.
Seattle: The Redhawks are 18-30-1 after a 9-6 win Sunday over Cal State Bakersfield. They are 2-1 against Washington including a 7-5 win May 9. Seattle is 7-14 in WAC play, dropping two of three in the Bakersfield series. Leading hitters are 3B Austin Lively (.356) and OF Aaron Stroosma (.307). Donny Harrel was 2016 WAC Coach of the Year.