Dan Ricabal is coming home to coach the Titan Baseball pitchers. But for those unfamiliar, we dive deep into Dan Ricabal’s coaching experience.
With the promotion of Thomas Eshelman to Major League Baseball debuting for the Orioles on July 1, 2019, the total number of Titans to have made it to the MLB is now 67. This is the complete list of Cal State Fullerton players who have made it to The Show in chronological order from the first to the most recent.
Compilation list of the summer ball clubs returning and incoming Titan Baseball players will be playing for in Summer 2019. You can follow any or all of the players by checking out the social media channels provided.
The Cal State Fullerton Athletics Department announced Monday the 2019 Titan Baseball schedule that will include two in-season tournaments along with two non-conference home series in addition to the regular slate of Big West Conference opponents. The schedule marks a return to playing highly regarded opponents in round robin tournaments early in the season. Most […]
The 2018 Titan Baseball season started rocky but despite many speculating the Titans streak of 26 consecutive NCAA Regional appearances could end in 2018, the Titans were one win away from a 19th trip to Omaha. Despite the crushing disappointment of coming one game short of Omaha, in extra innings no less, the Titan Baseball […]
Pitching and defense have been the cornerstone of any Cal State Fullerton Titan Baseball team since Augie Garrido took the helm. Through the years, from Garrido to Larry Cochell to George Horton to Dave Serrano and now to Rick Vanderhook, the guys taking the hill have been tremendous. Piggy-backing off of our previous post, The […]
Cal State Fullerton boasts one of the most historic and successful baseball programs in the country with four national championships and 18 trips to the College World Series. Why else would the program receive the moniker of “Cal State Omaha”? Obviously there have been tremendous teams of the past. The 1995 Titan squad is considered […]
Just over a week ago Eric Sorenson, writer for d1baseball.com, posted this tweet: #OnThisDay in CollegeBaseball: 2004 From the “Never Give Up” Department: A 10-1 loss to Long Beach St. drops the Cal State Fullerton @BaseballTitans to a record of 15-16. But 38 games later the Titans would win the 2004 national title in Omaha […]