Sun Devils play ball in Vegas

LAS VEGAS – Arizona State Sun Devil’s (ASU) game against University of Nevada Las Vegas Rebels (UNLV) on Tuesday night at Wilson Stadium in Las Vegas was suspended in the bottom of the third inning due to inadequate lighting. Play will resume on Wednesday morning at 10:00am with ASU leading 5-2.

ASU built an early 5 – 1 lead by scoring 1 run in the first inning and 4 runs in the second. UNLV answered with one run in their half of the second and had the bases loaded in the bottom of the third inning when play was suspended. 

ASU Starting right-hander Hever Bueno had three strikeouts in his first career start, which included two in the first inning. 

There were seven different Sun Devils that had hits through the first three innings, including a two-run single by second baseman Andrew Snow and a double by designated hitter RJ Ybarra.

When play resumed more than 13 hours later with ASU leading 5 – 2 things went sour for the Sun Devils. The Rebels went on to outscore them 5 – 1 over the next six innings fighting off a late ASU rally in the ninth inning to cling to a 7 – 6 victory. 


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