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The 2010 Cal Poly baseball season was one of many ups and downs. The team began the season 10-27, but responded by going 13-5 in the last month and ended their season with a 23-32 mark.
With the help of Adam Melker, Luke Yoder and the rest of the senior class, the Mustangs (23-32) boasted a 25-run — 32-hit — offensive outburst to fuel Cal Poly past Cal State Bakersfield (26-30) in its final game of the season, 25-8.
The Cal Poly baseball team (22-31, 10-14 Big West) continued their eight-game end-of-the-year homestand with a 12-3 victory over non-conference foe Cal State Bakersfield. The Mustangs pounded out 16 hits in the game and five players had multiple hits in the game for Cal Poly.
The Cal Poly baseball team pounded out 16 hits en route to a 12-3 victory over visiting Cal State Bakersfield. The win was the third straight for the Mustangs and improved their record to 12-4 in the month of May.
The Cal Poly baseball team (20-31, 10-14 Big West) secured their second consecutive series win with a 11-3 victory over the visiting Pacific Tigers. The Mustangs have beaten the Tigers in 18 of the last 23 games between the two teams.
The Cal Poly baseball team got off to a rocky start to begin the season, but have turned things around recently. They will look to continue their winning ways to close out the 2010 season when they host the third-place Pacific Tigers.
Bobby Crocker — a starting sophomore outfielder — has his eyes set on one thing. One day, he plans to play on a professional field.
Cal Poly had their three-game winning streak snapped on Friday night as UC-Irvine defeated the Mustangs 3-1 at Baggett Stadium. All-American Daniel Bibona pitched eight innings and allowed only five hits and one run for the Anteaters who currently sit in second place in the Big West conference with a 9-4 record.