On May 23, 2018, Lancers’ baseball coach Pat McGee, was promoted to a permanent position as head coach as well as a professor of Kinesiology on campus.
Years from now when people look back on the 2018 baseball season for PCC, they will see a team that collapsed in the first round of the playoffs. What they will not see is a team that rallied to make the playoffs, even when the odds were against them.
Head Coach Pat Mcgee stared into the trees behind the centerfield wall at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field as if they would provide him with solutions to his problems. PCC dropped their fourth game in a row on Wednesday, leaving them with a measly .500 conference record, and a tampered spirit. Coming into Wednesday’s contest against Citrus, Pasadena had given up 23 runs and only scored six over the past three games. Their relief pitching has been lit up for nine of those runs, leaving pitching …
Tuesday’s 8-0 loss was not how the Lancers planned to start their three-game series against the rival Mt. San Antonio (Mt. SAC) Mounties with only three hits in the game.
Lancers’ baseball battled until the final out to take down LA Harbor 10-8 to split the two game series on Thursday.
The Pasadena City College (PCC) baseball team has had a strong pre-season, and this past Saturday’s game they continued that strength as they crushed the formidable rival Fullerton 6-0 in a pre-season game.
Cries of elation from the LA Valley dugout Monday echoed off the bleachers of Jackie Robinson Memorial Field as a Lancers error at first added 2 easy runs in the first inning, gifting the Lions a lead they would not relinquish for the rest of the game.