Baseball Returns To Municipal Stadium To Host Air Force

April 20, 2017

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SAN JOSE, Calif. – The Spartans return home for Mountain West conference action versus the Air Force Falcons in a weekend series.  SJSU is 11-4-1 at home this season, including a 8-2-1 mark at Municipal Stadium.  The Spartans played five home games in Stockton, Calif. earlier in the year.

In conference play, San José State is undefeated in its last six home game with the last loss coming against UNLV back on March 4.  This weekend’s series is the only time the two teams are playing this season during the regular season with the uneven number of teams in the conference.

San José State trails the all-time series 14-12.  In 2016, the Spartans played two games at home and four on the road because of inclement weather.  Two home games were postponed due to inclement weather one of which was made up as part of a double header but the other had to be played at Air Force as part of a double header in USAF Academy, Colo. 
 

SJSU Games 36 – 38 vs Air Force Falcons (16-20, 5-13 Mountain West)

Friday, April 21 at 7:00 p.m. PT

Saturday, April 22 at 4:00 p.m. PT

Sunday, April 23 at 1:00 p.m. PT

 

Pitching Matchups:

 

Friday

Air Force LHP Jacob Devries (3-3, 8.54 ERA)

vs.

SJSU RHP Matt Brown (3-4, 5.59 ERA)

 

Saturday

Air Force LHP Ethan Nichols (4-1, 6.29 ERA)

vs.

SJSU RHP Jake Swiech (1-3, 5.25 ERA)

 

Sunday

Air Force RHP Matt Hargreaves (1-3, 6.04 ERA)

vs.

SJSU RHP Joseph Balfour (0-1, 3.75 ERA)

 

All-Time Series vs Air Force:  SJSU trails 14-12

 

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“Omaha Knows” is the SJSU baseball program motto.  What matters is what you do when nobody is watching.  But Omaha, Nebraska, home of the College World Series, is always watching.  Omaha knows how you went about your business.  Spartan fans will see the hashtag #OmahaKnows attached to social media posts throughout the baseball season.

 

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