Cal Poly Baseball Defeats San Diego State in First Game of Twinbill, 7-4
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. -- Senior southpaw Kyle Anderson scattered 10 hits in his second complete game of the season and freshman right fielder Nick Torres produced three hits as Cal Poly defeated San Diego State 7-4 in the opening game of Saturday's baseball doubleheader in Baggett Stadium.
Second game of the twinbill and the final game of a four-game series -- Cal Poly leads 2-1 -- begins at 4:45 p.m.
Anderson (4-1) struck out five and walked one, throwing 152 pitches. He pitched a six-hit complete-game shutout against Washington two weeks ago.
Cal Poly scored four times in the first inning, but San Diego State answered with three runs in the second frame. The Mustangs tallied twice in the third inning for a 6-3 cushion and held on, outhitting the Aztecs 14-10.
Torres drove in one run with his three hits while shortstop Mike Miller, center fielder Mitch Haniger, third baseman Jimmy Allen and left fielder David Armendariz each added a pair of hits for the Mustangs.
San Diego State was led at the plate by first baseman Jomel Torres with three hits, including a double. Tim Zier and Chris Wilson each added a pair of hits.
The loss went to Ryan Doran (0-3), who allowed six runs and nine hits in three innings. Adam Anawalt went the rest of the way on the mound for the Aztecs, allowing one run and five hits in five innings with no walks and four strikeouts.