Cal Baseball Loses Doubleheader to UC Riverside, 6-5 and 5-2
Feb. 21, 2009
BERKELEY, CALIF. - The University of California baseball team dropped a doubleheader to UC Riverside, 6-5 and 5-2, Saturday at Evans Diamond, falling to 1-2 on the 2009 season after defeating the Highlanders, 8-7, on Friday. In game one, the Golden Bears almost made an impressive comeback when sophomore Austin Booker led off the bottom of the ninth with his first career homer to get Cal within a run. Brett Jackson followed with a double, but Unfortunately for the Bears freshman Danny Oh lined out to right field, junior Jeff Kobernus flew out to deep center and junior Blake Smith flew out to the right field warning track to end the game.
In game two, the Bears did not get a hit until the fourth inning as UCR junior left-hander Paul Applebee threw a complete game with four hits, two runs, one walk and eight strikeouts.
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