MichaelGethersFileBaseball

With season slipping away, Cal baseball travels to ASU

It’s starting to seem like the Cal baseball team’s big dream of winning the Pac-12 is slowly slipping away — unless the team pulls together a second-half comeback of epic proportions. After getting off to a great start, the team has lost 10 of its last 14 and has struggled Read More…

MichaelGethersFileBaseball

Cal baseball visits WSU for three-game series

All season, the Cal baseball team (14-12, 3-3) has talked about how its goal is to win the Pac-12 championship. Cal is now sitting in the middle of the Pac-12, after being swept by No. 17 UCLA and sweeping Pac-12’s last-place team, Utah, this weekend in a three-game series. But, Read More…

baseball_PatrickChong

Cal baseball hosts Stanford in nonconference matchup

UPDATE: Cal’s game against Stanford has been cancelled due to inclement weather. The last time Cal baseball played Stanford was March 4 in Berkeley. The day before, roughly 490 miles away from Berkeley in San Diego, the Bears were fighting through a rain-delayed doubleheader. The second game started at 3:20 Read More…

Baseball_PatrickChong

Cal baseball sweeps last place Utah in weekend series

Cal baseball needed this weekend. After brutal series against No. 9 Cal Poly and No. 14 UCLA, the Bears were on the brink of falling into national obscurity, having dropped seven of their last eight contests. But then Utah came to visit and along with it an opportunity to inject Read More…

Baseball_PatrickChong

Cal baseball travels south for series with No. 7 Cal Poly

The Cal baseball team (10-9) is currently on a skid. After splitting the opening series against then-No. 18 Texas and sweeping two away tournaments in a row, the Bears have since lost seven of their last nine games.  After an 11-1 loss to Stanford and a mediocre performance in the Read More…

Baseball_PatrickChong

Cal baseball hammered by Fresno State, 6-0

Redshirt senior Devon Rodriguez was playing first base for the first time this season, previously acting just as the Bears’ designated hitter after suffering an injury last season. As he stood at the base, he watched freshman starter Alex Martinez strike out the first batter and then give up a Read More…