Baseball Drops Series Opener With San Jose State, 3-2
May 11, 2018
SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego State baseball team dropped a 3-2 decision with San Jose State in its series opener at Tony Gwynn Stadium Friday night. SDSU was officially the away team, as Friday's contest was officially a makeup game from a postponed game in San Jose on March 2.
- San Diego State suffers its first loss against San Jose State since May 20, 2016, snapping a nine-game winning streak when SDSU plays SJSU.
- Entering tomorrow, SDSU is 13-2 in games following a loss.
- SDSU had its season-best five-game home winning streak snapped.
- SDSU is 8-2 in its last 10 games. Both losses over that span have come by a one-run margin.
- SDSU falls to 12-6 in one-run games this season.
- Chase Calabuig extended his home on-base streak to 48 games (extends Tony Gwynn Stadium record), his on-base streak to 19 games (best active streak on the team), and his hitting streak to eight games (best active streak on the team). - Julian Escobedo extended his on-base streak to 13 games and his Mountain West on-base streak to a team season-best 20 games.
- Chase Calabuig posted his team-high 25th multi-hit performance after going 3-for-4 on Friday. 14 of
- The San Diego State bullpen has allowed one earned run over its last eight conference games (31.1 innings pitched), good for a 0.29 earned run average.
San Diego State and San Jose State will play a doubleheader beginning at 2:00 p.m. tomorrow. Justin Goossen-Brown will get the ball for the Aztecs in the first game before Garrett Hill takes the mound in the nightcap.