Claremont-Mudd-Scripts built a big lead only to see it disappear but ended up winners in 10 innings over No. 22 Texas-Dallas. Concordia-Texas was taken to the 12th inning before they pushed across the winning run.
Down late in both of its games at Whittier on April 18, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps baseball team found a way to win on each occasion as CMS swept Saturday’s conference doubleheader and captured the weekend series win. In the first game of the day, CMS overcame a six-run deficit and came away with a 12-9 win.
Former Claremont-Mudd-Scripps player and Claremont McKenna College alumnus Morgan Cummins ’07 has been named as the interim head coach of the CMS baseball team, Director of Athletics Mike Sutton ’76 has announced.
When you think of a home run derby, you think of the biggest names in Major League Baseball during All-Star Weekend every summer. Miguel Cabrera, Prince Fielder, Robinson Cano and David Ortiz come to mind.
The Stags went toe to toe with the No. 3 ranked Cal Lutheran Regals in the weekend series. CMS was either ahead of or tied with the Kingsmen in each of the three games but ultimately lost 9-7 and 5-4 before winning the second game of the Saturday doubleheader 6-2.
For six innings, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps baseball team held Master’s scoreless. Over the last three innings, Master’s scored five runs to defeat CMS 5-0 on Tuesday afternoon at Arce Field in the season-opener for CMS.
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps baseball team gets its 2013 campaign started on Friday, Feb. 1 at home vs. Azusa Pacific University. After a 14-26 season in 2012, the Stags are looking to get back on track and secure their third winning season over the last four years.
Colorado used the 318th overall pick to select St. Olaf pitcher Ben Hughes in the 10th round. Four picks later, UW-Stevens Point's Cody Koback went second as Boston's tabbed the outfielder as their 10th round selection.