Oregon baseball to play doubleheader Tuesday due to Wednesday weather forecast

Oregon pitcher Trent Paddon (25) faces Titans outfielder Austin Diemer (22) to start the eighth inning. The Oregon Ducks play the Cal State Fullerton Titans at PK Park in Eugene, Ore., on Mar. 1, 2014. (Michael Shaw/Emerald)

Oregon pitcher Trent Paddon (25) faces Titans outfielder Austin Diemer (22) to start the eighth inning. The Oregon Ducks play the Cal State Fullerton Titans at PK Park in Eugene, Ore., on Mar. 1, 2014. (Michael Shaw/Emerald)

Posted by Victor Flores on Monday, Mar. 3 at 2:29 pm.

The upcoming Oregon/Seattle two-game baseball series will be played as a doubleheader on Tuesday due to a Wednesday weather forecast that calls for a 100 percent chance of rain, the Oregon athletic department announced this afternoon.

The series was originally scheduled to be played on Tuesday at 6 p.m. and Wednesday at 1 p.m. at PK Park, but now two games will be played on Tuesday starting at 3 p.m. The second game will start 30 minutes after the first concludes.

Oregon was swept by Cal State Fullerton in a three-game series over the weekend. The final two games both had rain delays for about 20 minutes each. This upcoming weekend, the Ducks are scheduled take on Ohio State in a three-game series.

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