Dalton Carroll is tied for the Pac-12 lead in fewest walks allowed (seven).
April 29, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY - The Utah baseball team remains in Salt Lake City for the third-straight weekend, hosting seventh-ranked Washington in a three-game series beginning Friday, May 2, at noon MT. The series continues Saturday, May 3, and Sunday, May 4, both at noon MT.
Utah continues its season-long baseball card promotion this weekend, with the first 500 fans on Friday receiving Nolan Stouder and Hunter Simmons baseball cards. The first 500 fans on Saturday receive Biss Larsen and Gage Matuszak baseball cards while Dalton Carroll and Josh Rose will be featured on Sunday.
Spend your lunch at the ballpark on Friday with a special deal, receiving admission, a hot dog, chips and a drink for the matinee game for $7 at the Smith's Ballpark box office. Fans wearing black also have the option of free admission on Friday as part of Utah's 'Black Friday' promotion. On Saturday, former Ute C.J. Cron - currently with the Salt Lake Bees - will be throwing out the first pitch.
Utah recently played a two-game non-conference series against Nevada. In game one, Utah picked up head coach Bill Kinneberg's 500th career victory with the 12-0 shutout. It was Utah's first shutout of the season.
Utah is 13-25 overall and 3-15 in the Pac-12.
Washington (29-10, 16-5 Pac-12) is ranked seventh in the latest Baseball America poll. The Huskies are currently second in the conference behind Oregon State. Washington recently won two of three against Washington State. The Huskies play Seattle on Tuesday before traveling to face the Utes.