Cal Baseball Game at Sacramento State Rained Out
April 7, 2009
BERKELEY, CALIF. - Rain in the Bay Area has cancelled the Tuesday, April 7 baseball game between California (15-14, 3-6) and Sacramento State (17-12). Two teams are next scheduled to play Tuesday, May 12 at 2:30 p.m. at Evans Diamond. At this time there is no make-up date for the game at Sacramento State's Hornet Stadium.
The Golden Bears next travel to Washington (10-19, 1-5) for a three-game Pac-10 series at Husky Ballpark in Seattle, Thursday April 9-Saturday April 11 (game times 6 p.m., 6 p.m. and 1 p.m.).
At the plate, the Bears are paced by sophomore first baseman/outfielder Mark Canha, who is leading the Pac-10 with 46 hits, is second in the league with 80 total bases and is third with a .407 average, nine home runs and a .708 slugging percentage. Sophomore shortstop Brian Guinn is second on the team with a .373 average (6th in Pac-10), while junior center fielder Brett Jackson, a first-team preseason All-American (Baseball America), is hitting .339 and leads the conference with 13 doubles. As a team, Cal is first in the Pac-10 with 314 hits, 34 home runs and 502 total bases.
On the mound, the Bears lead the conference with 92 strikeouts looking and 10 saves. Junior left-hander Michael Bugary (3-0) is third in the conference with a 1.53 ERA and is ninth with 43 strikeouts in 29.1 innings. Freshman right-hander Erik Johnson is third in the Pac-10 with four saves.