UCLA vs. Cal St. Fullerton Tuesday Baseball Open Thread: Trying For The Titans Sweep

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All college baseball games are not the same. Midweek games will never carry as much weight as weekend games. Resumes are built on weekend series wins, but that doesn't mean midweek games carry no weight. If say, a team beats Cal St. Fullerton twice in two games and claim victory over a RPI top 15 team, conference winner and likely Regional host, that is impressive. Well, that's what UCLA can do tonight.

Grant Watson will be on the mound for the Bruins and Koby Gauna will take the ball for the Titans in a battle of freshmen. The two squared off in UCLA's win over Fullerton earlier this year with Watson allowed two runs on four hits in six innings and Gauna surrendering four runs, two earned, in just 3.1 innings.

John Ramey is back on the road so he will have the call online and GameTracker will be going. Of course, make sure to check my UCLA baseball twitter for game updates, notes, observations and everything else on the program. This is your open thread as the Bruins try to top the Titans so keep it going with updates and anything else you have.

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