Category Archive: Baseball

Mar 01

The road to NCAA baseball regionals is tougher out west

The map above is the problem with NCAA baseball postseason credentials in the world of Cal Poly baseball head coach Larry Lee. West of the Rockies, there are a lot fewer teams to play, and most of them are at least decent. In the interest of travel budget, good teams have to play good teams. …

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Feb 20

POLL: 10 years in, what do you think of Cal Poly baseball coach Larry Lee?


Cal Poly baseball coach Larry Lee has seven winning seasons in the past decade and took the Mustangs to their first NCAA Regional. Is that enough progress for you?

Feb 15

Who’s on the mound for Poly baseball?

Cal Poly Friday night starter Joey Wagman ©

Cal Poly baseball opens the college season Friday against Oklahoma State with Mustangs pitchers needing to emerge

Dec 04

A little baby hiatus

Well, it looks like The Tribune is still working on getting the past nine months’ worth of blog posts recovered after the server crashed in early November. I’ll give you an update on whether that stuff is getting put back up when I receive one. For now, here’s an update from the Scroggin household: I …

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Sep 29

Meet me on the Facebook

Up until now, I’ve quietly rolled out the new Bloggin’ with Scroggin Facebook page, but three things have gotten me excited enough to finally promote the page — where you’ll find everything you need to stay in tune with Cal Poly athletics. In no particular order, there is the “Meet Me On Facebook” video by …

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Sep 16

Cal Poly softball wastes little time finding new coach

Tribune file photo

It did not take long for Jenny Condon to replace Claire Sua-Amundson. Less than a month after Stanford announced Sua-Amundsen would be joining the Cardinal after five seasons as an assistant to Condon at Cal Poly, the Mustangs are announcing a new softball associate head coach. It’s former Wright State head coach and UNLV standout …

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Jun 16

A cluster of Cal Poly related news

Well, Chuck Liddell went down, and it could very well be the end of his career. Knocked out cold after he broke Rich Franklin’s arm with a kick at UFC 115, now, all we can do is wait for his next announcement to find out if he’s calling it quits after three straight KO losses. …

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May 19

Upcoming clinics to feature Cal Poly coaches

Cal Poly head baseball coach Larry Lee

Cal Poly football and baseball coaches will be involved with a couple different youth camps this summer. So if you have kids, know kids and are interested in them getting instruction from Cal Poly coaches, the opportunity is there. • FOOTBALL: West Coast Camps is taking signups for the 6th Annual Central Coast Youth Football …

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Feb 19

Which ball to you care about most today — base or basket?

Cal Poly’s baseball season starts this weekend with the Mustangs’ home series with USC. Cal Poly basketball is in the final stretch of the regular season with plenty left to be settled. In the media, we try to do our best job covering both of these high-profile sports as they cross over at the same …

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May 30

Cal Poly goes 0-2 and out

D.J. Gentile struck out looking with the tying and go-ahead runs on second and third, and Cal Poly fell 10-9 to Kent State in an elimination game at the Tempe Regional at Arizona State’s Packard Stadium. Check out for the breaking news update and read The Tribune’s Sunday print edition for quotes from Larry …

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