The Hornets are preparing for the 2022 season
Sacramento State baseball returned to action Saturday as they hosted Cal in the preseason.
The Hornets and Bears met two two seven-game games at John Smith Field in Sacramento. This was the first of two Sac State exhibits this semester.
The score on Saturday was 5-5 for the first game and 16-6 in favor of the Hornets for the second.
The regular season does not begin until February, but as the Hornets aim to gather their 12th season in a row under manager Reggie Christiansen, they are preparing for the autumn. 279 including three championships in the Western Athletic Conference.
While losing two throws to the MLB Draft, Scott Randall and Travis Adams, the Hornets will have many famous faces to rely on, including a bullpen trio of seniors Brady Rodriguez and Travis Martizia and junior Jack Zalasky.
Catch for the three will be senior backstop Dawsen Bacho. Other recurring hits include senior infielder Steven Moretto and junior outfielder Trevor Doyle.
The Hornets have just one more fall show scheduled for the University of Nevada, Reno scheduled for October 30th.
The state’s ordinary season bag begins in February. 18 at John Smith Field when the Hornets welcome Northern Illinois University to launch the campaign.