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Tigers Release 2014 Baseball Schedule

For the first time since the 1972 season, the Pacific baseball team has a new home as the Tigers take their show to the West Coast Conference after 41 years playing in the Big West. With its new conference comes new opponents and new rivalries with all the action beginning on Feb. 14, 2014 as the Tigers have released their 2014 Schedule.

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Ed Sprague

 

Head Coach: University of the Pacific

Head Coach Ed Sprague enters his 10th season at the helm of the Pacific Baseball program in the spring of 2013. The Stockton native took over the hometown program after an 11-year Major League career, and has guided the Tigers to 179 wins. In 2005 and 2006, his Tigers posted back-to-back seasons with 30 or more wins for the first time in program history. In 2010, the Tigers set a school record for wins in a season with 31 and received votes in the national polls.

He has a combined 179-263 record in his eight seasons with the Tigers, posting a pair of 30 win seasons at 30-25 in 2006 and a 30-28 mark in 2005. He guided Pacific to one of the best seasons in program history in 2010, finishing with a 31-23 overall record that included a new program record of 31 victories over Division I opponents. That season Pacific won nine of its 14 series, including sweeping San Jose State from March 26-28. The Tigers also received votes in national top 30 polls on four occasions during the 2010 season.

During his tenure, 13 of his players have been selected in the Major League Baseball Draft, with 10 players currently active in the professional ranks, including a pair of major leaguers (Chase Headley and Erik Hamren of the San Diego Padres).

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Don Barbara

 

Assistant Coach: University of the Pacific

Don Barbara enters his fifth season with the Tigers in 2013 and serves as coordinator of recruiting and hitting instructor.

He helped lead Pacific to back-to-back record breaking offensive numbers. In 2009 - his first year with Pacific - the Tigers combined to hit .322, including seven individual hitters batting over .300. Pacific's power hitters developed in 2009 under his watch, with three players slugging above .500, and the team led the Big West Conference with 135 doubles. In 2010, Pacific posted one of its most prolific offensive seasons, as the squad set program records for hits (629) and batting average (.325) with eight Tigers earning spots on the Tigers' single-season offensive leader boards.

In 2011, Pacific finished third in the Big West in batting, with Dustin Torchio taking home the Big West batting title, Matt Carvutto leading the league in doubles, and three Tigers placing in the top five in the Big West in hits.

Barbara came to Pacific after three seasons as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Sacramento State (2004-08). Don served as the Hornets' hitting coach, infield coach, third base coach and recruiting coordinator.

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Mike McCormick

 

Assistant Coach: University of the Pacific

McCormick enters his fifth season with the Tigers in 2013, and his third as pitching coach.

A mechanics guru, he helped Pacific place two pitchers in the top of the leader boards in innings pitched in 2011. In 2010, Tigers' All-Big West relief pitcher Hunter Carnevale was selected by the New York Mets in the MLB Draft, and posted a 1.08 ERA for Class A Brooklyn in 2011.

Prior to joining the Tigers' coaching staff, McCormick served as a volunteer assistant coach for the Sacramento State baseball program during the 2008 season. With the Hornets, McCormick was primarily responsible for coaching catchers and working with hitters, practice drills and general recruiting.

McCormick spent eight seasons over two stints as an assistant coach at Chico State, serving as the recruiting coordinator from 2005-07, the hitting coach in 2004 and a volunteer assistant from 1998 to 2001. One of the highlights of his time with Chico State was the 1999 team that went on to win a Division II national championship. During his eight seasons at Chico State, McCormick helped guide the Wildcats to five appearances in the Division II College World Series, including a second place finish in 2006.

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