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In Photos: A Perfect Bruin Afternoon At The Chavez Ravine

<em>Photo Credit: <a href="" target="new">Official Site</a></em>
Photo Credit: Official Site

UCLA's baseball team is off to its hottest start (6-0) since the start of 1997 season (we started 7-0 that season).  As Rye already detailed last night Bruins got their 6th win against Southern Cal in a perfect afternoon at Chavez Ravine. The Bruins got it done before 14,588 fans at Dodger Stadium, which is is the third-largest crowd to ever watch a UCLA baseball game (two games at the 1997 College World series featured over 18,000 fans at each ballgame).

The official site has put together a pretty awesome photo gallery of yesterday's events (HT Ryan). You can take a look by going here. For more photos from the game check out ak4797's photo gallery.  The official gallery looks fantastic but I would strongly suggest that the folks at Morgan Center create a flicker account where they can upload these photos that would allow easier distribution and posting among UCLA fans. It would be in the program's best interest if sites like ours can use these photos rest of this season when writing about this team.

Also, in case you missed it here is a video recap (on youtube) from yesterday's game (HT gloved one). The boys are back in action against Waseda University (Japan) for an exhibition contest on Tuesday. Game time at Steele Field at Jackie Robinson Stadium is 5 p.m. If you are a student or an alum living in Southern California, now would be the time to fill up JRS and take in beautiful Southern California weekends with the Bruins.