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Nevada Baseball Game for 4/6 moved to 4 p.m.

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 The University of Nevada baseball team has moved its first pitch time for Monday's game against San Francisco ahead two hours. The 26th-ranked Wolf Pack (26-6) and Dons (14-18) will now get started at 4 p.m. PT at Peccole Park.

Nevada is coming off a sweep of rivals UNLV, clinching three points for the Pack in Governor's Series standings. Head coach Jay Johnson's ball club is currently tied for first in Mountain West standings. Meanwhile, San Francisco improved to 14-18 overall after a three-game sweep of Santa Clara.

Junior RHP Michael Fain (3-1, 6.82 ERA) is slated to start for the Wolf Pack, while the Dons will counter with freshman LHP Jeider Rincon (1-4, 5.64 ERA).

Following Monday's non conference game, the Wolf Pack will play the Reno Aces in an annual exhibition contest on Tuesday, April 7, at Aces Ballpark. First pitch is set for 6:05 p.m. PT.

Nevada Press Release 

4/5/15

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