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
Author: Robert Hollar
Alfredo Ruiz tossed his second consecutive quality start for Long Beach while the offense supported him with four runs.
A wild offensive contest in game three at Blair Field went in favor of the Golden Bears thanks to a three-run eighth inning.
A second consecutive quality start on the mound kept Cal off the scoreboard, as the Dirtbags offense comes alive for a 4-0 victory over the Cal Golden Bears.
An early pitcher’s duel turned into a back-and-forth offensive battle Friday night at Blair Field as the Dirtbags overcame an offensive slump to pull off the win.
The Dirtbags have a high ceiling according to head coach Eric Valenzuela, but the team will have to overcome challenging matchups to bring success back to Blair Field.
Freshman Luis Ramirez had made the tough decision of living away from his parents to pursue baseball. Now, the right-hander is starting for the Dirtbags.
Long Beach State battled back after losing the first two sets and almost forced a fifth, but UCLA shut the door, putting an end to a historic streak home-winning streak at the Walter Pyramid.
It will take some time for the Dirtbags to recover from a disastrous 2019 season, but under new head coach Eric Valenzuela, the team is already showing positive signs.
The Beach showcased an all-around effort in Irvine, dominating the Anteaters on both sides of the net in the Black-and-Blue Rivalry.