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Cal Poly No. 52 in D1Baseball's Ranking of Top 100 College Programs September 22, 2015 The Cal Poly baseball program earned a No. 52 rating on D1Baseball.com’s ranking of the top 100 programs of the current era in college baseball. [read more]
Brent Morel, Jeff Johnson Continue to Post Impressive Stats in Minors September 7, 2015 With the 2015 minor league season winding down, pitcher Jeff Johnson and third baseman Brent Morel continue to post impressive numbers this summer. [read more]
Hoo Elevated to Double-A; Morel Elevates Batting Average to .333 August 30, 2015 Following in the footsteps of Chase Johnson, former Cal Poly catcher Chris Hoo has been elevated to Double-A ball. Meanwhile, Brent Morel has elevated his batting average to .333. [read more]
Challenging 2016 Cal Poly Baseball Schedule Released August 24, 2015 Five games against Pac-12 schools, an 11-game homestand to open the year, a three-game series at Wichita State and 30 home games highlight the 2016 Cal Poly baseball schedule. [read more]
Ex-Mustang Chase Johnson Promoted to Double-A Richmond August 20, 2015 Former Cal Poly pitcher Chase Johnson has been promoted to Richmond of the Double-A Eastern League following a 14-strikeout performance last Friday. [read more]
Norris Signs With Padres; Mundell Lifts Batting Average 40 Points August 12, 2015 Former Cal Poly pitcher Bud Norris, released by the Baltimore Orioles last Saturday, signed a major league contract for the rest of the regular season with the San Diego Padres on Tuesday. [read more]
Calomeni Pitches Bells to WCCBL Playoff Victory Over Kelowna August 12, 2015 Cal Poly junior-to-be pitcher Justin Calomeni allowed just one run in seven innings as the Bellingham Bells defeated the Kelowna Falcons 2-1 in the opening game of the West Coast Collegiate Baseball League playoffs Tuesday night. [read more]
Chal Fanning Returns to Cal Poly to Coach Pitching Staff August 10, 2015 Chal Fanning, an assistant baseball coach at Cal Poly during Larry Lee’s first year at the helm of the Mustang program and a pitcher under Lee at Cuesta College, is returning to his alma mater as the team’s pitching coach. [read more]
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Walkoff Single by Van Gansen Lifts Northwest League All-Stars to Victory August 5, 2015 Former Cal Poly shortstop Peter Van Gansen knocked in the winning run with a 10th-inning walkoff single as the Northwest League All-Stars defeated the Pioneer League All-Stars 6-5 on Tuesday night at Avista Stadium in Spokane, Wash.
Catcher Austin Kron Continues Torrid Hitting Pace During Summer Ball July 31, 2015 Cal Poly sophomore-to-be catcher Austin Kron has been swinging a hot bat for the Alameda Merchants this summer.
Ex-Mustangs Johnson and Johnson Performing Well in the Minor Leagues July 30, 2015 Former Cal Poly pitcher Jeff Johnson, currently playing for the Akron RubberDucks, is fourth in the Double-A Eastern League with 17 saves.
Mathias Moves Closer to .300 Mark at Mahoning Valley July 22, 2015 Follow all former Mustang baseball players currently in the professional ranks during the 2015 season.
Pair of Mustang Pitchers Named to West Coast League All-Star Teams July 15, 2015 Cal Poly pitchers Slater Lee and Justin Calomeni have been named to the West Coast League’s all-star squads.
Eight Former Mustangs Swinging Hot Bats in the Minor Leagues July 13, 2015 Former Cal Poly baseball players Jimmy Allen, Mitch Haniger, Mark Mathias, Mike Miller, Brent Morel, Nick Torres, Peter Van Gansen and Zack Zehner all produced significant bumps in their batting averages in the minor leagues last week.