Cal baseball prepares for tough NCAA Championships matchups

With the regular season over with and tournament play starting, Cal baseball will be entering the NCAA championships as a heavy underdog in a region filled with powerhouses. To start the regionals, the No. 3 seed Bears will take on No. 2 Coastal Carolina on Friday morning in College Station,
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Cal baseball to visit Big South adversary Campbell

Sometimes, a baseball team’s schedule can be brutal, such as when Cal (29-15, 15-9 in Pac-12) had to play UCLA and Arizona in consecutive away series earlier this season, with a road game against Stanford wedged in the middle. Sometimes, the schedule is a cakewalk, such as when the Bears
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Cal baseball welcomes Arizona State to Evans Diamond

Third baseman Lucas Erceg slowly rose to his feet, dazed and bloodied. The sophomore had just gotten up from the spot along the fence where he had smashed his face trying to catch a foul ball Tuesday night against Fresno State. But, amazingly, Erceg had caught the ball, trying to
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No. 16 Cal baseball sweeps Arizona on road

It was the classic baseball showdown — best-in-conference-hitting Arizona up against a pitching-dominant No. 16 Cal. So, a team with a .313 conference leading average battled a starting staff that boasts a 2.79 team ERA. Three games later, and it would be the pitching team that would eventually emerge the
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Cal baseball hopes to find groove against Arizona

Cal baseball is spiraling downward quickly. After an excellent start to their 2015 season, the Bears (23-14, 10-8 Pac-12) are suffering from a serious rough stretch with three straight series losses, including a shutout against rival Stanford, 0-4, on Tuesday. But the Bears hope to turn their season back around
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Cal baseball drops 2 of 3 against No. 3 Bruins over weekend

Heartbreaking. That’s the word that describes Cal baseball’s late inning collapse against No. 3 UCLA (28-8, 14-4 Pac-12) on Saturday night. It was the final game of the series, with both teams having split the first two contests. Cal, the loser of its last two series, needed this upset badly
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