Recap: ASU walks off on No. 4 Stanford with four-run outburst in the ninth




 

Pac-12 Networks' Daron Sutton and Andy Lopez recap Arizona State's incredible walk-off win over No. 4 Stanford. Myles Denson capped off a four-run, ninth-inning rally that saw the Sun Devils beat the Cardinal 6-5 Thursday night. The game had implications outside of the two participants, as Stanford's loss clinched a Pac-12 Championship for No. 1 UCLA. Stanford's two home runs by Nick Bellafronto and Andrew Daschbach looked to be enough headed into the ninth, but the rally sparked by Hunter Bishop's double saw the Sun Devils celebrating instead.

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