Dirtbags veterans Jacob Hughey and Calvin Estrada feel the social effects of the response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Author: Robert Hollar
The Dirtbags offense performed beneath its expectations all weekend, as an 11th inning home run gave the Musketeers the win despite an incredible performance on the mound from Dirtbags RHP Luis Ramirez during game three.
The Long Beach State offense managed just three hits while the defense committed three errors, but the Dirtbags found a way to win for the second consecutive night
Dirtbags LHP Adam Seminaris struck out a career-high 14 batters, but it would take an eighth inning offensive rally for Long Beach to defeat the Musketeers Friday at Blair Field.
Dirtbags DH Charlie Loust has been struck with one misfortune after another, but the guidance from his father hasn’t let that stop him from achieving success while keeping a positive attitude.
Dirtbags freshman LHP Luis Ramirez’s recovered from a rocky first inning as the Beach erupt for 6 runs to upset No. 6 Mississippi State.
Long Beach junior LHP Alfredo Ruiz stifled the No. 6 Mississippi state offense for most of his outing, but the Bulldogs erupted for four runs in the sixth inning.
Junior LHP Adam Seminaris showed why he is the ace of the staff Friday as the Long Beach offense supported him with two runs each in the first and seventh innings.
The Dirtbags scored over 5 runs in every game this weekend while the pitching staff shut down the powerful Wake Forest offense.
Wake Forest pounced on Dirtbags starting pitcher Luis Ramirez early, but the freshman right-hander turned the outing around as the Dirtbags came from behind to upset No. 17 Wake Forest for the second straight day