Posted: Apr 17, 2012 11:09 PM by Jeremy Jauregui
Updated: Apr 17, 2012 11:44 PM
The Fresno State Bulldogs scored four runs in the top of the ninth inning to comeback and beat Cal Poly 5-3 inside Baggett Stadium on Tuesday night in the 175th meeting between the two teams.
Jordan Hadlock's double in the bottom of the fourth gave the Mustangs a 2-1 lead and Mitch Haniger drove in another in the fifth to give Cal Poly the 3-1 lead.
Reid Reilly allowed a double in the ninth before giving way to closer Chase Johnson. Johnson allowed the run to score and than loaded the bases before leaving with one out. Nick Grim relieved Johnson.
Grim enduced a grounder to Evan Busby but his throw to Tommy Pluschkell was off target and two runs would score for Fresno State giving the Bulldogs the 4-3 lead and Fresno State added one more from Jordan Brink's infield single.
With Cal Poly down 5-3 in the bottom of the ninth and the top of the order up, Fresno State's Taylor Garrison shut the Mustangs down, not allowing a hit.
A couple bright spots for the Mustangs were that they outhit the Bulldogs 11 to 9 and Mitch Haniger continued his good season offensively going 3-5 on the night with an RBI.
The win improves Fresno State's record to 16-19 while dropping the Mustangs to 21-14 on the season.
Cal Poly travels to Cal State Fullerton this weekend for a Big West matchup. The Titans are 24-12 on the season and 7-2 in the Big West.
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