Cal’s season ends with loss at Stanford

STANFORD, Calif. — Friday night’s 18-inning marathon at Sunken Diamond was emblematic of last year’s Cal baseball team. A combination of gritty at-bats, a lively clubhouse and a never-say-die attitude helped the Bears outlast No. 14 Stanford, 5-4, in the nearly six-hour contest. Cal (29-25, 12-18 in the Pac-12) followed
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Cal overcomes Stanford in 18-inning affair

By the time the 17th inning rolled around at Sunken Diamond on Friday, the two best hitters in the game — Tony Renda of the Cal baseball team and Stanford’s Stephen Piscotty — were a combined 0-for-14. Renda picked the perfect time to get his first knock in Stanford, Calif.
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Bruins trample Bears to clinch series win

As was the case in Friday’s 7-2 loss, Saturday’s game between the Cal baseball team and UCLA was decided by the third inning. Starter Justin Jones lasted just 2 1/3 innings, but that’s all the Bruins needed to hand Jones his eighth loss of the year. With an 8-5 victory,
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Cal falls to Arizona in 3-1 loss

The Cal baseball team succumbed to a dominant pitcher Friday afternoon at Evans Diamond, falling 3-1 to No. 10 Arizona. Despite taking a one-run lead in the first inning, the Bears had no answers over the next eight as Wildcats starter Kurt Heyer stymied the Cal bats for a complete
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Jones throws two-hitter to give Cal crucial series win

For Cal pitcher Justin Jones, it’s been a long way back since his injury last season. The lefty’s return to the mound this season has been marred by inconsistency, but on Sunday at Washington State, he was back to his old dominant self. Jones pitched a complete game shutout for
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Livin’ on a prayer

Last year Danny Oh went from MLB prospect to benchwarmer. Although his bat wavered, his faith never did.

When the Cal baseball team reconvened for practice this fall, senior Danny Oh hadn’t worn his baseball cleats for nearly two months. The last several times he had put them on, they were stuck in the Cal dugout rather than patrolling right field or digging in at the plate. Oh’s
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Cal’s Nebraska road trip ends on sour note

In its first game since being ranked No. 18 in the nation, the Cal baseball team gave up eight runs in the fifth inning on Monday, losing to Nebraska 9-5. Cal (11-4) hummed through the first four and a half innings of the last game of the four-game series in
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