College World Series
Stephen Piscotty is a projected first-round pick in Major League Baseball’s draft. He showed why Sunday night.
The loss ended an improbable postseason run for California (38-23), which started the year with its program scheduled to be dropped in 2012 for budgetary reasons.
No. 9 batter Derek Campbell drove in two runs, closer Matt Flemer pitched scoreless ball after freshman Kyle Porter’s solid start and California beat Texas A&M 7-3 Tuesday at the College World Series.
The Golden Bears will go into Tuesday’s game against Texas A&M needing to win to keep their dream season going.
The University of California at Berkeley baseball team has gone from being cut due to budget woes to heading to Omaha, Nebraska Wednesday morning for its first College World Series appearance since 1992.
Derek Campbell and Renda each had three hits and drove in a run for the Bears, who faced an uncertain future at the beginning of the season.
The Dallas Mavericks took Game Six and the NBA Championship Sunday night with a 105-95 victory over the Miami Heat.