Baseball to Play Annual Halloween Game Sunday Afternoon

Student manger Cooper Shoulder along with players Evan Potter and Bryan Crabb at the 2012 Halloween game.

Oct. 21, 2013

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - The San Diego State baseball team will holds its third annual Halloween Game on Sunday, Oct. 27, at Tony Gwynn Stadium. Coaches and players will all be in costume for the six-inning contest, which is scheduled to get underway at 1:00 p.m.

There is no charge for admission and fans who attend will receive special Halloween treats during the course of the game.

The Aztecs are midway through their fall practice season as they gear up for their 2014 campaign. Sunday's game will give the team a break from the normal practice routine and a chance for fans to enjoy a fun afternoon of baseball

SDSU returns 21 letterwinners from the 2013 squad that captured the Mountain West Tournament championship and advanced to the NCAA Regional at UCLA. The 2014 team is led by all-conference honorees Tim Zier, Michael Cederoth, Bubba Derby and Ryan Muno plus Freshman All-Americans Tyler France and Bubba Derby. The Aztecs have added a group of 12 newcomers that includes two all-state honorees and a trio of athletes named to all-regional teams.

San Diego State will open its 2014 season at conference rival San Jose State on Friday, Feb. 14, at 6:00 p.m. at Municipal Stadium.

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