Fall ball at Cal State Fullerton began in October and after 14 innings of the UNLV scrimmage, we have some thoughts on the future 2022 Titan Baseball squad.
The 2021 Titan Baseball team reached a small milestone by winning its 20th game of the season vs. Long Beach State. We examine that and few other aspects that can be described as being good, bad and some ugly.
After splitting the series with CSUN 2 games apiece, the Titans are currently fourth in the Big West Conference standings. With five more conference series to go before playoff selections are announced, in this edition of Thursday thoughts, we take a look at the Good, the bad and the Ugly coming out of the Northridge series.
Although the series vs. USD came together quickly to replaced the Cal State Bakersfield, we took away a number of things from the two-game set. As always, the series had some good, bad and ugly aspects to it and we discuss them all here in Thursday Thoughts.
The Titans exited the first weekend of Big West Conference play with a split over the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos. Streaks were broekn and new streak was started this past weekend and we will be discussing the good, the bad and the ugly coming out of the first weekend of conference games.
Week No. 3 of the Titan Baseball 2021 season saw Tanner Bibee throw a complete game shut out, 2 more Titans go yard and a newcomer Titan has been on a tear out of the bullpen. The past four games had some Good, Bad and Ugly things and we share our Thursday Thoughts on all of them.
Titan Baseball second week of 2021 saw them drop to below .500 for the first time this season. The weekend wasn’t without some Good, Bad and Ugly things and we share our Thursday Thoughts on all of them.
The first series of 2021 was a welcomed surprise by Titans fans waiting over 10 months to see some Titan Baseball. The weekend wasn’t without some Good, Bad and Ugly things and we share our Thursday Thoughts on all of them.
The NCAA Division 1 Council gave all 2020 spring sport athletes eligibility relief in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. We will unpack and explain this ruling and how it will affect the 2021 Titan Baseball season.