ASU Baseball

Arizona Wildcats senior shortstop Nik McClaughry, right, slides past ASU sophomore catcher Ryan Campos to score a run during the fourth inning of the PAC-12 Baseball Tournament opener at Scottsdale Stadium.

SCOTTSDALE — For some, Tuesday’s display on the diamond was nostalgic of the last time Arizona State baseball played in Tucson. For others, it was a stomach-churning reality that the roller-coaster season had reached its lowest point yet.

Fans in maroon and gold came in bunches and rallied together above home plate with collective eagerness and cheers. No team had a greater hometown advantage than the Sun Devils, whose home stadium was located just 4.6 miles away at Phoenix Municipal Stadium.

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