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Padres Promote Tatis Jr., Change Landscape of Baseball

In a city that craves so desperately a winner (or at least a competitive team) general manager A.J. Preller opted to change the entire dynamic of baseball by bringing up Fernando Tatis Jr. for opening...
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No. 17 Gauchos Thwart Late Rally From Titans To Steal Game One

UCSB was able to steal game one of a three-game set against Cal State Fullerton in the conference opener for both teams.
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No. 17 UCSB Hopes To Sustain Successful Start Heading into Conference Play

The Gauchos will be looking to prove their non-conference success has not been just luck when they take on defending Big West champs Cal State Fullerton Friday.
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Gauchos Hold Off Green Wave To Earn 7th-Straight Win

UCSB jumped out to a 7-0 lead and did just enough to hold onto to a victory and improve to 9-2 on the year.
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Gauchos Hope To Continue Hot Start to the Season

Overall, Santa Barbara has some steep competition when it travels to Louisiana, but it also has some momentum. The last two years through 10 games, Santa Barbara was just 4-6 in both seasons. Being 8-...
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Gauchos Set For Home-Opener Against Hartford

The UCSB baseball team finally makes their debut this weekend at Ceasar Uyesaka Stadium to take on the University of Hartford.
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UCSB Drops Series Against Rival Mustangs

The Gauchos were not able to put an end to their end of the season slide as they dropped the first two games of the series against the Cal Poly Mustangs.
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Gauchos Head to SLO for Match Against Blue-Green Rival Cal Poly

Despite officially being out of contention for a postseason berth, the Gauchos sill have a lot to play for as they head down to SLO to take on the Mustangs.
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UCSB In Must-Win Situation, Heads To Long Beach

As they head into the latter part of the conference season the Gauchos now find themselves in a must-win situation if they hope to advance into postseason play. They head down to Long Beach to take do...
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Gauchos Roll Over Matadors Thanks to Dominant Pitching Display

Behind a commanding pitching performance by senior Stephen Manga, the Gauchos steamrolled over the Northridge Matadors 12-0 on Saturday. The pitcher has continually proved that he has one of the best ...
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Gauchos Lose to CSUN Friday 6-4

Gauchos fall short against CSUN Friday, but get revenge Saturday, winning 12-0 to shutout the Matadors and even the series. The third game of the series will take place Sunday at 1 p.m. at Caesar Uyes...
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UCSB Seeking To Gain Conference Edge, Hosts CSUN

As the conference season winds down the Gauchos are looking to make one final push up the Big West standings. They're set to take on CSUN Friday afternoon.
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Gauchos Hoping to Bounce Back From 11th-Inning Loss, Travels to Bakersfield

UCSB is on the road against Cal State Bakersfield in hopes of tallying its fourth away game of the season.
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Gauchos Look To Take Command of Conference Heading to UC Davis

The UCSB baseball team (17-15-1) will finish up its last leg of a seven-game road trip against the UC Davis Aggies (10-21) that has seen the Gauchos garner a 2-2 record so far.
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Athlete Spotlight: Sophomore Pitcher Chris Lincoln

Sports Co-Editor Jorge Mercado was lucky enough to sit down with rising star Chris Lincoln just before the team heads to UC Davis for a huge conference tilt and get his thoughts on a variety of topics...
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