College Baseball Rankings: Cal Moves Up To 15th, Stanford Drops Out

Cal baseball might just have been saved. And they don't seem that shabby a team either. The Golden Bears went up the West Coast to Seattle this past weekend, and swept the Washington Huskies in a three game set. They are locked in a tie for second place with the UCLA Bruins, trailing only the perennial powers from Corvallis, the Oregon State Beavers in the Pac-10 standings.

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The Bears are ranked 15th according to this week's release of Baseball America, trailing only the Beavers and the Sun Devils. Here are the rankings.

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  • 3) Oregon State (27-7, 8-1 in conference play)
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  • 9) Arizona State (25-9, 8-4)
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  • 15) California (23-9, 9-3)
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  • 20) UCLA (19-12, 9-3)
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  • 23) Arizona (23-13, 5-7)
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Stanford was ranked 17th last week, but they were decisively swept by the Beavers and dropped totally out. Cal will have a three game homestand with Arizona State next weekend, which could have dramatic implications on their chances of moving even higher in NCAA tournament seeding.
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For more info on Cal baseball, check out the California Golden Blogs.

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