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Long Beach Shuts Down Cal Poly for Series Win

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LONG BEACH, Calif. — With two outs in the first inning, Long Beach State first baseman Ino Patron hit a hard but seemingly innocuous grounder to first base. But the ball squirted past Tim Wise, allowing Patron to reach. Back-to-back base hits by Richard Prigatano and Michael Hill plated Patron with an unearned run. That […]

Fullerton Snaps 6-Game Losing Streak With Walk-Off

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FULLERTON, Calif. — Rain was pouring down, drenching everything at Goodwin Field Friday night. Cal State Fullerton’s players were doing the dreaded task of putting the tarp on the field. Yet, there was nothing but smiles on the Titans’ faces. After a rough two weeks that featured a pair of Big West series losses, a […]

SoCal Roundup: Best Catcher in the Country?

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In college baseball, starting catchers often get the mid-week games off to rest their legs in preparation for the more important weekend series, especially during the conference season, but with an extra day of rest thanks to the Easter schedule, Shane Zeile was behind the plate for UCLA on Tuesday. He proved to be a […]

SoCal Roundup: Snapping Sweep Droughts

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Cal State Fullerton and USC both ended lengthy conference series droughts. But only one team did it in a positive fashion. Fittingly, UC Santa Barbara/Long Beach State and San Diego State/UC Irvine concluded their series with yet another tight game in each series finale. Check out that plus much more in Saturday’s Southern California college baseball roundup […]

SoCal Roundup: Zero After Zero

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There were three walk-off wins, but the most impressive performance came in a game that ended with neither team scoring a run the final eight innings. There were also two relievers that were lights out for a combined 10.1 innings. Find out which pitchers were throwing up zero after zero in Friday’s Southern California college baseball roundup […]

SoCal Roundup: Pitcher BOMB

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Rick Vanderhook didn’t travel with the team to San Luis Obispo and probably wouldn’t have liked what he saw had he went anyway. The nation’s top two closers, Sam Moore and Michael Cederoth, ended up deciding a game. See who came out on top. But two unlikely heroes headline Thursday’s Southern California college baseball roundup that […]

SoCal Roundup: Frosh SS Web Gems

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Both Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount have both been strong defensively and are among the top West Coast Conference teams, despite having to rely on a pair of freshmen shortstops. But rather than being bothered by being thrust into the fire, Manny Jefferson and David Fletcher have thrived under the pressures of being regular starters for […]

Fullerton Gets Measure of Retribution Against UCLA

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Cal State Fullerton’s season ended last year with UCLA celebrating on the Titans’ home field, having earned a College World Series berth after sweeping the Fullerton Super Regional. Before the game, the Titans’ coaching staff told the players to remember the crushing feeling they had watching the Bruins’ joy. The Titan players responded, grinding out a […]

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