Arizona State University's baseball program is part of the Pacific-10 Conference.

ASU is one of the most successful college baseball programs in the country. The Sun Devils have won five national championships, the fourth-most by any school, and have the third-most alumni to ever play in Major League Baseball. Notable Sun Devil baseball alumni include Dustin Pedroia, Andre Ethier, Bob Horner, Barry Bonds, Paul Lo Duca, Rick Monday, and Reggie Jackson.

Packard StadiumEdit

Winkles Field-Packard Stadium at Brock Ballpark, located in Tempe, is the home of Arizona State baseball since 1974. Dimensions of Packard are 338 feet down the lines, 368 feet in the power alleys and 395 to straightaway center. The fence is 10 feet high. Located five feet beyond the center-field wall is the "Green Monster," a 30-foot-high batting eye. The outfield wall is lined with orange trees and just beyond the left field fence lies the Salt River which winds its way through the Valley of the Sun.

The facility is the home of two national championship teams and 17 NCAA regional tournaments. Arizona State’s all-time record at Packard is 1,035-272-1*, for a winning percentage of .792. In 2010, ASU went 36-3 at home and hosted a Super Regional for the fourth straight season, clinching a berth in the College World Series on their home field for the third time in four seasons. Since 2007, the Sun Devils have an astounding home record of 146-15*.[1]

A 2003 coaches survey published in Baseball America ranked ASU's baseball facilities among the Top 15 in the nation.

Head coachesEdit

Former players in MLBEdit

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