California League Baseball

Cal League Baseball: 66ers Open Stockton Series with 7-5 Win, Ward Homers

By Steve Wendt The Inland Empire 66ers of San Bernardino opened a four-game set at Stockton and a seven-game northern road-swing with a 7-5 win over the Ports on Wednesday. Taylor Ward homered and was one of six 66ers batters that had two-hit nights as the Sixers have won three consecutive games. Inland Empire (42-48, […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Mieses Topples Giants with 11th inning Walk-Off Hit 5-4

Johan Mieses Singled Home Luke Raley in the 11th to Win it By Zach Bigley In a back-and-forth game, Johan Mieses emerged a hero with a walk-off single in the bottom of the 11th inning to win it 5-4 over San Jose on Wednesday night. With two on and no outs in the bottom of […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Rancho Blows Late Lead, Drops Finale to 66ers 7-6

Quakes’ Bullpen Allows Four Runs in the Eighth By Zach Bigley After taking the lead in the seventh inning, the Quakes allowed four runs in the eighth and lost, 7-6, to Inland Empire on Monday night. Trailing 3-2 into the seventh, Rancho fought back with four runs. After Keibert Ruiz reached on an error by […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: 66ers Thump Quakes 12-2 on Sunday

Quakes Allow 12 Runs on 12 Hits in the Loss By Zach Bigley In an 140-game schedule, there will always be games that a team will want to forget. On Sunday night, Rancho Cucamonga had one of those games as the Quakes lost, 12-2, to Inland Empire. It started off as an ugly game in […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Quakes Back on Track After 6-4 Win Over Sixers

Rancho Now a Full Game Up in South By Mike Lindskog After letting a late lead slip away on Friday, the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes held on for a victory on Saturday, holding off Inland Empire by a score of 6-4 at San Manuel Stadium in San Bernardino. DJ Peters’ second hit of the game gave […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Quakes Fall to 66ers in Wild Game with Walk-Off Double

66ers Win it in the 10th on a Double by Jose Rojas By Zach Bigley After blowing a lead in the eighth and tying the game in the ninth, the Quakes fell to Inland Empire, 5-4, via a walk-off double by Jose Rojas in the 10th inning on Friday night. Leading 2-1 into the bottom of […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Ace, The Fastest Squirrel in the World to Hang Up His Spikes

Ace Will Close the Books on his Career of Racing at The Diamond August 19th By Matt Rodriguez Ace, the Fastest Squirrel in the World will call it quits August 19th   After close to 400 career races, Ace, the former two-time All-American and 1600m Relay National Champion while at SUNY-Oneonta in upstate New York, will […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Quakes Can't Complete Sweep, Lose 3-2 in San Jose

Offense Held in Check after Wednesday’s Outburst By Mike Lindskog One night after scoring a season-high in runs and pounding out 17 hits, the Quakes’ offense was held in check, as the San Jose Giants avoided a three-game sweep with a 3-2 win over Rancho Cucamonga at Municipal Stadium. Giants’ starter Jake McCasland allowed just […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Quakes Rip San Jose's Bumgarner 14-1 in Rehab Start

Peters Homers Twice in same inning By Mike Lindskog San Jose, CA – Madison Bumgarner’s first rehab assignment with the San Jose Giants will be one to be remembered…by the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. The Rancho offense ripped the Giants’ left-hander for nine runs over four innings, destroying San Jose by a final of 14-1 on […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Pair of Storm Players to Play in SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game Sunday, July 9th

Cal Quantrill and Josh Naylor will Represent the Storm and Canada in Miami By Matt Rodriguez LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. – For the first time since Tayron Guerrero represented the Padres in the 2014 All-Star Futures Game as a member of the Lake Elsinore Storm, the Storm eyes will be well represented in Miami for this […]Read More »

« Newer EntriesOlder Entries »