J.J. Thompson aims to cap baseball career with a bang

For Cal Poly first baseman J.J. Thompson, baseball is a sport full of ups and downs. To succeed, Thompson said he just needed to focus on the game, not the stats.

Baseball fails to sweep Fullerton, takes two of three

Not much concerns head coach Larry Lee at this point in the season — not even a 9-3 loss in the final game of a three-game set against No. 5 Cal State Fullerton. It could be because Lee and the…

From X-rays to the batting cage: Miller bounces back from nagging injury

Mike Miller was one doctor’s appointment away from hanging up his baseball spikes.

Jeff Johnson hopes to turn strikeouts into paychecks

Closer Jeff Johnson is searching for a motto.

UC Santa Barbara takes two against Cal Poly

For the second year in a row, Cal Poly baseball fell to UC Santa Barbara in two of three games this weekend.

Baseball travels to Santa Barbara for weekend series

The Mustangs head south to face their rivals in Santa Barbara Friday, but shortstop Mike Miller, who leads the team with a .383 batting average, isn’t going to let the aura of a rivalry stop him from seeing the big…

Brower doing his best to get back onto field after accident

Freshman first baseman Jordan Brower is back on the field after being hit in the head with a baseball bat in February. With a new scar and appreciation for his teammates, Brower looks to be playing at 100 percent in the near future.

Baseball doing its best to overcome injuries

The Mustangs have become all too familiar with the trainer’s room over the last couple of seasons.

Baseball set for Big West schedule

Cal Poly baseball will face previous No. 4 finisher in the Big West, UC Riverside, to start this year’s series on April 1 at 6 p.m. in Baggett Stadium.

Baseball wraps up home-opening series with sweep

Fisch is back. The fifth-year senior started his first game in Baggett Stadium since May 18, 2008 and tied the knot on the first sweep for the Mustangs since 2009, defeating Valparaiso 7-1 Sunday afternoon. “I’ve gotten two starts on…

Fischback’s back

When Randy Fischback told his sister he was traveling to watch his son Steven Fischback pitch against Missouri, she broke down in tears. After an injury halted Fischback’s MLB-geared career close to three years ago, she never thought this day…