Nevada Continues To Win In The MWC

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Nevada Continues To Win In The MWC

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Nevada Continues To Win In The MWC


Short Preview For Baseball

So, here’s the short story. I usually work on Friday’s post on Friday. I was sick so I didn’t and I’m thinking you didn’t miss me. Here’s more of the short story. I’m making this really short.

San Jose State at Fresno State

The Spartans took two of three earlier in the season and I’m sure the Bulldogs are/were itching to get back. The mutts took Friday’s game 11-7 to start the series and continue the team’s winning ways as of late. We all know Batesole, he can live with a bad start as long as the team comes together towards the end and they appear to be doing just that. Keep an eye on these guys.

Fullerton State at San Diego State

This is a very good match up with neighbors less than a hundred miles apart. The Titans always threaten to win it all but this year is a little different as the team is only 16-16 overall which may not even get them an at large bid. The Aztecs won Friday’s game 6-3 which is a good win for the MWC. 

New Mexico at Nevada

The Lobos continue to fade and the Wolf Pack continues to win. Both are a bit surprising. The Pack (is that ok fans?) had a season high 19 hits and won easily 15-2. The Aztecs need to continue to win if they expect to win the regular season title. Is Nevada uncatchable. Nobody is in the MWC.

Air Force at UNLV

The Rebels won Friday 6-3 as they keep pace in the race for first place. Alan Strong went 6 innings for his 6th win. 

It looks more and more as if it’s Nevada, SDSU, and UNLV battling it out for the top spot. Fresno State could be a contender if they continue as they have but have a few bodies to climb over (over which to climb?). New Mexico, Air Force, and SJSU have little chance other to prove their worth in the MWC Tournament and maybe knock off a team or two. I hate tournaments.



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