In the second entry of our video series leading up to the Feb. 15 season opener for Cal baseball…
Countdown to First Pitch
Leading off in our series of videos from fall ball, as we count down to first pitch on Feb. 15, is 2011 California baseball hero Devon Rodriguez, returning to first base -- and the middle of the order -- after a knee injury sidelined him for much of 2012.
Preseason practice for the Golden Bears starts on Jan. 22, with a season-opening three-game set at Evans Diamond against Michigan kicking off on Feb. 15.
The Pac-12 baseball season will open with a bang for Cal, as the Bears host USC under the lights for the first time ever on March 28.
This video is free, to give the public a little taste of what's to come, as we will feature a new player every few days on CalSportsDigest.com for our paying subscribers.
Ryan Gorcey publishes Cal Sports Digest and writes about Major League Baseball for FOXSportsNEXT. Follow him on Twitter @RGBearTerritory.
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