STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State baseball is set to begin fall practice Friday, Sept. 21, and all Cowboy practices and scrimmages at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium are open to the public.
“We’re excited to get it going,” said OSU first-year head coach Josh Holliday. “The players have had a great first month getting into a routine academically and in the strength-and-conditioning program, and we’re looking forward to the competitive part of the fall.
“We really want to make sure the fans get excited about fall baseball and learning about the new kids. Now that we’re starting the team portion of things, we really want the fans to come out and see us compete and see how we progress throughout the fall.”
Weekday practices will begin at 2:30, while scrimmages are set for weekends and will begin at noon. The Cowboys will generally take Mondays off. The schedule is subject to change depending on weather and other events.
OSU will hold scrimmages Sept. 21-23, Sept. 27-28 and 30, Oct. 3-4, Oct. 12-14, Oct. 18-19 and 21, Oct. 25-26 and 28 and Nov. 2-4. The Cowboys plan to conclude the fall with an intrasquad world series that will take place either Oct. 25-26 and 28 or Nov. 2-4.