The season ended early and the draft was cut short, but some Bruins still have professional contracts with their names on them.
The 2020 MLB Draft took place June 10 through June 11, and although the five rounds were only an eighth of the draft’s usual length, two UCLA baseball players and four more commits were selected by an MLB team.
Some Bruins are coming back to Westwood.
UCLA Athletics released a four-phase Return to Training plan to bring its athletes back on campus Saturday.
The plan splits all of UCLA’s student-athletes into one of four groups: Group 1 contains all fall Olympic sport student-athletes who live locally plus the football team, Group 2 is composed of men’s and women’s basketball student-athletes, Group 3 comprises the remainder of fall Olympic sport athletes and all other student-athletes who live locally and Group 4 consists of all the remaining student-athletes.
Another Bruin is going pro.
With the 94th pick of the 2020 MLB Draft, the Washington Nationals selected UCLA baseball’s junior right-handed pitcher Holden Powell. He is the second Bruin to be picked this year, after junior center fielder Garrett Mitchell was drafted at No.
Another year, another Bruin picked in the first round.
UCLA baseball junior center fielder Garrett Mitchell was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers with the 20th pick of the 2020 MLB Draft.
As a new group of editors prepares to take over Daily Bruin Sports, we took a look back on this year’s centennial uniforms that Under Armour provided for each UCLA team to celebrate the school’s 100th year.
Ryan Kreidler expected a summer spent traveling around the country and playing minor league baseball.
But for Kreidler and the rest of the players in major league organizations, that reality never materialized.
It is probable that – for the second year in a row – a Bruin will hear his name called in the first round.
UCLA baseball’s Garrett Mitchell will likely enter the 2020 MLB Draft in June as a consensus top-25 prospect.
Coach Kelly Inouye-Perez can still remember the moment her son took his first steps.
Her son – Mikey Perez – was just a toddler, traveling with his mother and the UCLA softball team in Oklahoma City when he walked for the first time in a hotel room, with the whole team surrounding him.
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