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Preseason No. 1 CSM baseball has unknowns in new season
January 30, 2013, 05:00 AM Julio Lara, Daily Journal Staff
Up at the College of San Mateo, there is a team of 34 baseball players who, quite frankly, are sick and tired of seeing each other.

With newly-adopted changes to the CCCAA rules, it's been a long time since the Bulldogs have seen another team because a handful of scrimmages are now illegal. So after way too many intrasquad games, manager Doug Williams summed up the feeling in two very simple words: "Let's play.”

"We're hungry and ready to play, to see another opponent,” Williams said. "You can turn the scoreboard on and get umpires, but, we need to see another opponent and get a gauge of where we are, which would be very helpful.”

Fall ball only amongst the Bulldogs' boys means CSM enters the new season with a lot of question marks


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