Late hit dooms Cal against No. 10 Oregon

For the second consecutive day, the Cal baseball team took a late-inning dagger to its postseason hopes. In a 4-1 loss at No. 10 Oregon on Friday, the Bears fell apart in the eighth inning, giving up three runs to crack the 1-1 deadlock. On Saturday, the Ducks scored a
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Flemer leads balanced effort in 9-0 Cal win over Utah

Saturday was Cal Day on the Berkeley campus. At Evans Diamond, it was the Cal baseball team’s day too. Matt Flemer tossed eight shutout innings, and all nine starters reached base as the Bears shut down Utah 9-0 in one of their most complete outings of the year. Cal (22-15,
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Bears earn first Pac-12 series win

The Cal baseball team didn’t need a win on Sunday to claim its first Pac-12 series victory of the season. Hosting Washington at Evans Diamond, the Bears took the first two games with a timely two-run single by designated hitter Vince Bruno on Friday and a complete-game gem from pitcher
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Cal looks for first Pac-12 series win

After four consecutive losses — each heart-wrenching in its own way — the Cal baseball team finds itself in the cellar of the Pac-12, a 2-7 conference record to its name. If the Bears are to get back on track against Washington (17-13, 4-5 in the Pac-12) this weekend at
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Bears drop closest of series on two Trojan walk-offs

Cal and USC entered their Easter weekend series nearly identical on paper; USC’s 17-9 records barely edged the Bears’ 16-10 mark. The two teams played this distinction out to a T on Dedeaux Field in Los Angeles this past weekend. The slimmest of margins — one run — separated the
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Trojans rally in ninth to tie series

On Friday night, the Cal baseball team was one strike away from winning its three-game series against USC. The Bears had a 1-0 lead, and closer Logan Scott had runners on second and third with two outs at Dedeaux Field in Los Angeles. Second baseman James Roberts had other ideas.
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Cal expects pitching battle against USC

For the first time, the Cal baseball team will see Dan Hubbs in colors other than blue and gold. Hubbs served as head coach David Esquer’s pitching coach for 12 years before accepting an associate coaching position at his alma mater, USC, this season. On Thursday, the pitchers he recruited
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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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Bears exact revenge on Longhorns, 12-2

After playing the gracious guest Friday, Cal got rowdy Saturday night and upended Texas, 12-2, in a dominant performance. Led by the stellar pitching of starter Matt Flemer, Cal took control with four runs in the top of the first and never looked back. Texas didn’t score until the bottom
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