After a two-out home run in the first inning, junior right-hander Sean Mullen did not allow another run in No. 23 UCLA baseball’s series-evening win over Santa Barbara on Saturday. (Antonio Martinez/Daily Bruin)
After losing the series opener on home turf, the Bruins traveled north on U.S. Route 101 and got even with the Gauchos.
In game two of the home-and-home between two Southern California University of California schools, No.
Despite out-hitting the Gauchos, the Bruins suffered their worst defeat of the season.
No. 23 UCLA baseball (28-16, 14-10 Pac-12) fell 10-4 to UC Santa Barbara (31-16, 21-11 Big West) on Friday night at Jackie Robinson Stadium.
With a future first-round pick missing from the lineup, the Bruins shook off their road woes over the weekend.
They may have to do so again in order to complete the season sweep of a fellow Los Angeles rival Tuesday night.
The Bruins will take on the Cougars as they head into the thick of the last month of the regular season.
No. 25 UCLA baseball (25-14, 12-9 Pac-12) will travel to Pullman for a three-game series against Washington State (22-17, 9-12) for its third-to-last conference series of the season.
Following a four-hour balk-off win, the Bruins blanked the Beavers to clinch the series win.
UCLA baseball (25-13, 12-8 Pac-12) defeated Oregon State (28-14, 10-7) 2-0 on Saturday night at Jackie Robinson Stadium, taking the series victory with its third shutout of the season.
The Bruins recorded only two hits through eight innings.
Five hits, two innings and an intentional walk later, the blue and gold stormed out of the dugout to swarm a player who did not even see a pitch in his lone plate appearance of the game.
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