Arizona State Baseball: 5 Keys to a Trip to the NCAA Super Regionals

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Arizona State Baseball: 5 Keys to a Trip to the NCAA Super Regionals
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The 18th-ranked Arizona State baseball team (33-22, 19-11) enters the 2014 NCAA tournament as the No. 2 seed in the Cal Poly region. The Sun Devils closed the season by winning nine of their last 10 games, but they face a challenging group of teams, including nationally ranked Cal Poly and Pepperdine and WAC champion Sacramento State.

ASU has had a roller-coaster season that has featured polarizing early-season position battles, a starting pitcher reassume the closing duties and the closing of its iconic home ballpark, Packard Stadium.

Yet after all the distractions, peaks and troughs, the Sun Devils find themselves in a familiar place. Making their 14th consecutive postseason appearance and 37th in program history, the Sun Devils are one of the most storied and most dangerous teams in the postseason picture.

If they accomplish these five keys, they will be in a position to make their first appearance in Omaha, Nebraska, and the College World Series since 2010.

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