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OSU Baseball: Home Opener Canceled Due to Anticipated Inclement Weather

OSU’s game on Wednesday is still on, however — for now.

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Allie P. Reynolds Stadium’s final season is down to 29 games.

The Oklahoma State baseball team’s home opener, which was scheduled for Tuesday,  was canceled Sunday night because of incoming inclement weather. Per my phone, Stillwater can expect a 100-percent chance of snow Tuesday, an unideal environment to play baseball in.

OSU and Little Rock’s Wednesday game is still on, as of now, with first pitch scheduled for 4:05 p.m. That game will be the start of a nine-game home stand before the team travels to Los Angeles on March 8 for the Dodgertown Classic, with matchups slated against USC, UCLA and Michigan.

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