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  • Q&A: Seabold shines for Cal State Fullerton

    Q&A: Seabold shines for Cal State Fullerton
    There were four words that accompanied Connor Seabold's most recent impressive outing for Cal State Fullerton's baseball team. Those four words could've also been heard this season for the Titans or seen on social media. He's only a freshman. The...
  • UCI's Hiura singled out

    UC Irvine outfielder Keston Hiura, who led the Big West Conference with 52 runs batted in, has been named Big West Conference Freshman Field Player of the Year and a first-team all-conference honoree in baseball. Hiura, who hit .330 with a UCI freshman-...
  • Sage Hill's home run hitter: Bock

    Sage Hill's home run hitter: Bock
    Even in high school baseball, Conner Bock found out that you have to negotiate a little bit to retrieve a memorable home run ball. He left all the dealing up to an adult. Trying to find Bock's game-winning two-run shot in the eighth that led Sage Hill...
  • High School Baseball: Sage Hill falls apart against Buckley

    High School Baseball: Sage Hill falls apart against Buckley
    One missed tag by Sage Hill School in the top of the seventh inning ended its shutout and then its baseball season. After putting up zeros in the first six innings, Sherman Oaks Buckley broke out of a slump in a major way in its final at-bat at Sage...
  • College Roundup: Vanguard baseball season ends

    BASEBALL St. Thomas 14, Vanguard 10 LEWISTON, Idaho — The most successful season in Vanguard history came to a close on Monday at the NAIA World Series at Lewis-Clark State College. The Lions (39-21) rallied from deficits of 3-0 and 10-7 to...
  • Baseball: Lightning strikes late

    Baseball: Lightning strikes late
    ARCADIA — Christopher Goul misplaying a single in left field led to him saving Sage Hill School's season. Right when it seemed as if Arcadia Rio Hondo Prep was about to stun the top-seeded Lightning in walk-off fashion in the second round of the...
  • Baseball: Pirates sweep to repeat state title

    Baseball: Pirates sweep to repeat state title
    FRESNO — One day after Scott Serigstad was a groomsman, the Orange Coast College sophomore became a championship ring bearer by pitching six sterling relief innings to lead the Pirates to a 9-4 victory over San Joaquin Delta at Fresno City College....
  • Arms made OCC dangerous

    Among all the pieces that came together for Orange Coast College in its run to a second straight state baseball championship, pitching proved most crucial. The starting rotation of proven veteran Art Vidrio, one-time closer Dominic Purpura, and late-...
  • Baseball: Pirates one win away

    Baseball: Pirates one win away
    FRESNO — For nearly a full calendar year, the only defense against Orange Coast College pitching at the California Community College Athletic Assn. state baseball tournament has been a technicality. Pirates' pitchers extended their scoreless...
  • Baseball: OCC Dom-inates No. 1 Delta

    Baseball: OCC Dom-inates No. 1 Delta
    FRESNO — Orange Coast College pitcher Dominic Purpura has started and closed this season. But, until Saturday, he had never opened. But the sophomore left-hander, who had flourished as the team's closer (seven saves) and late-season starter,...
  • College Roundup: UCI baseball claims third in Big West

    BASEBALL UC Irvine 5, Cal State Northridge 1 NORTHRIDGE — Senior Evan Manarino posted his second career complete game and junior first baseman Mitchell Holland capped a sparkling Big West Conference series by going four for five with two runs...
  • OCC Baseball Notebook: Pirates' success mounts

    FRESNO — Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli led the Pirates to the state final four in his first season in 1993. And while it was hardly beginners' luck, the former Newport Harbor High standout likely didn't think it would be so...