“We hope people will drop by and see the guys, get a glimpse of what we’ve been working on and what to expect next season,” said OSU head coach Josh Holliday. “We’ve had a good fall, and we hope to finish it off strong. Hopefully, we’ll have a lot of excitement and good energy about baseball and then we’ll catch our breath and reassess where we’re at.”

Entering their second season under Holliday, the Cowboys return 17 letterwinners from a 2013 club that turned in a 41-19 record, finished second in the Big 12 Conference and lost in the finals of the NCAA Louisville Regional. OSU’s recruiting class counts 18 newcomers and was recently ranked as the fifth-best class in the nation by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper.