LOS ANGELES--Walt Peterson, an All-American pitcher at USC who pitched a 9-strikeout complete game to lead the Trojans to a 5-2 victory over Arizona in the championship contest of the 1963 College World Series, died after a battle with lung cancer on Oct. 1 in Newport Beach, Calif. He was 76.
The 2019 MLB season saw the 114th USC alum (Garrett Stubbs) make it to the big leagues, the most of any collegiate program in the country, and saw another (Ian Kennedy) accomplish a feat only three others in the history of Major League Baseball have been able to do.
LOS ANGELES – USC baseball graduate transfer Ben Wanger helped Israel become the first team to qualify for the 2020 Olympics this past weekend when they won the Europe/Africa qualifying tournament in Italy.
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