Cal Bears beat Mustangs 9-3, Dylan Beavers homers
Dylan Beavers of Paso Robles singled for Cal in first inning to drive home first run of the game
Dylan Beavers of Paso Robles singled for Cal in the first inning to drive home the first run of the game. He homered in the eighth inning to drive in the two final runs for Cal. Beavers also singled in the third inning. In the game, he drove in three runs and also scored three runs. Last season, Beavers led the PAC-12 in home runs for the season. He is hitting .303 for the season.
Cal Poly’s Brooks Lee had a single and a double in four at-bats in Tuesday’s game. His batting average improved to .432. Lee’s double gave him 17 for the season. That ties him for first with the greatest number of doubles in the nation at this point in the season. Lee played at San Luis Obispo High School. His dad is Cal Poly Head Coach Larry Lee.
Mark Armstrong of Paso Robles started as a designated hitter for the Mustangs. Armstrong grounded out in the second inning. In the 4th inning, he flied out to deep right field after two Mustangs homered.
Two weeks ago, the Mustangs beat Cal 14-4 in a game also played in Berkeley.
The Mustangs return to San Luis Obispo for a home series against Big West Conference leader Long Beach State.
The Cal Bears will host the Washington Huskies this weekend for three games.