Crabs 13, Blues 4  |  June 25, 2023

Wyatt Reginatto collected four hits in six at bats, as Humboldt Crabs defeated San Luis Obispo Blues 13-4 today. Reginatto singled in the first, singled in the second, singled in the sixth, and singled in the ninth.

The Crabs got things started in the first inning when Billy Ham grounded out, scoring one run.

Humboldt notched five runs in the sixth inning. Cubby Cortez, Reginatto, and Colby Lunsford powered the big inning with RBIs.

Nolan Long was credited with the victory for Humboldt. The hurler lasted five innings, allowing seven hits and one run while striking out four. Drew Woody and Clayton Ray entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.

Alec Naran took the loss for San Luis Obispo. Naran surrendered two runs on six hits over three innings, striking out three and walking one.

Humboldt hit one home run on the day. Lunsford had a dinger in the sixth inning.

The Crabs tallied 19 hits in the game. Reginatto, Andrew Crane, Peyton Miller, Luke Reece, Lunsford, Ham, Cortez, and Griffin Myers all had multiple hits for the Crabs. Reginatto led Humboldt with four hits in six at bats.

The Blues saw the ball well today, racking up 13 hits in the game. Jake Hixenbaugh, Jacob Galloway, and Augusto Schroeder each managed multiple hits for San Luis Obispo. Hixenbaugh went 4-for-5 at the plate to lead the Blues in hits.

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Blues 5, Crabs 0  |  June 24, 2023

The Crabs watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 5-0 loss to the San Luis Obispo Blues on Saturday night. The Blues scored on a single by Justin Trimble in the first inning and a single by Giovanni Blanchette in the second inning.

In the first inning, San Luis Obispo got their offense started when Trimble singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.

One bright spot for Humboldt was a single by Kawana Soares in the third inning.

Ryan Baum led the Blues to victory on the hill. Baum lasted one inning, allowing zero hits and zero runs while striking out one and walking zero. AJ Moreno, Matthew Gonzales, and Josh Blum all put in work in relief out of the bullpen, steering their team towards the victory.

Cameron Saso took the loss for the Crabs. Saso allowed seven hits and four runs over six innings, striking out six.

Josh Blum started the game for the Blues. The hurler went three innings, allowing zero runs on one hit, striking out five and walking zero.

Griffin Myers, Soares, Luke Reece, and Michael McKernan each collected one hit for Humboldt in their 5th loss on the season.

The Blues collected ten hits. Darius Price, Cam Constantine, and TJ Adams all collected multiple hits for San Luis Obispo. Price led the Blues with three hits in four at bats.

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Crabs 6, Blues 5  |  June 23, 2023

Despite seeing its four-run lead whittled down by the end, the Crabs managed to hold off the San Luis Obispo Blues for a 6-5 victory on Friday. The Blues scored three runs on a home run in the eighth inning.

Humboldt grabbed an early lead. Humboldt took the lead on a sacrifice fly in the second inning.

In the bottom of the first inning, the Blues tied things up at one when Emilio Corona tripled on a 2-2 count, scoring one run.

The Crabs pulled away for good with one run in the second inning. In the second Javier Felix’s sac fly scored one run for Humboldt.

Alejandro Huezo was the winning pitcher for the Crabs. The hurler surrendered two runs on six hits over seven innings, striking out four and walking one. Brady Chavez and Benjy Tucker entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief. Chavez recorded the last three outs to earn the save for Humboldt.

Marcelo Saldana took the loss for the Blues. The hurler surrendered five runs on seven hits over four innings, striking out one.

The Crabs saw the ball well today, racking up ten hits in the game. Wyatt Reginatto and Griffin Myers each managed multiple hits for the Crabs. Myers and Reginatto each collected two hits to lead Humboldt. The Crabs didn’t commit a single error in the field. Myers had the most chances in the field with seven.

San Luis Obispo tallied eight hits on the day. Zach Tallerman and Theo Hardy each racked up multiple hits for the Obispo Blues.

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Crawdads 6, Crabs 5  |  June 22, 2023

The Crabs fell to Walnut Creek Crawdads 6-5 on Thursday in Danville at Monte Vista High School on the final play of the game. The game was tied at five with the Crawdads batting in the bottom of the ninth when Ryan Ellis hit a solo homer.

Walnut Creek fired up the offense in the second inning, when Max Farfan hit a solo homer.

The Crabs put up five runs in the fourth inning. The offensive onslaught by Humboldt was led by Cubby Cortez, Andrew Crane, Peyton Miller, and Mason Hirata, all knocking in runs in the inning.

Dylan McShane was the winning pitcher for Walnut Creek. The pitcher went one inning, allowing zero runs on zero hits, striking out one and walking one. Joey Cammarata, Max Hippensteel, and Ryan Troye all put in work in relief out of the bullpen, steering their team towards the victory.

Drew Woody took the loss for Humboldt. Woody surrendered one run on one hit over one-third of an inning, striking out one and walking zero.

Mickey Thompson started the game for Crawdads. The ace lasted three and a third innings, allowing six hits and five runs while striking out four. Merek Sears started the game for the Crabs. The Ferndale native went eight and a third innings, allowing five runs on 11 hits, striking out three and walking zero.

The Crawdads mashed three home runs on the day. Ellis had a homer in the ninth inning. Farfan put one out in the second and ninth innings.

The Crabs totaled eight hits in the game. Crane and Hirata each racked up multiple hits for Humboldt. Hirata and Crane each collected two hits. Humboldt was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Billy Ham made the most plays with eight.

Walnut Creek scattered 12 hits in the game. Casey Cummings, Cole Fellows, Farfan, and Ellis all managed multiple hits for Walnut Creek. The Crawdads were sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Sam Gilliam had the most chances in the field with ten.

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Longtime Cal Bears Head Coach Bob Milano attended the game against the Crawdads in Danville. After the game, Coach Milano, who hit .347 for the Crabs in 1962-63 and coached the 1979 Crabs to the NBC World Series in Wichita, was presented with his 2018 Crabs Hall of Fame plaque. — Conor Fitzgerald

 

Crawdads 8, Crabs 7  |  June 21, 2023

Humboldt Crabs lost the lead late in an 8-7 defeat to Walnut Creek Crawdads on Wednesday. The game was tied at seven with Walnut Creek Crawdads batting in the bottom of the seventh when Cole Fellows hit a solo homer.

Humboldt Crabs collected nine hits and Walnut Creek Crawdads had 13 in the high-scoring affair.

Humboldt Crabs got things moving in the first inning. Colby Lunsford hit a solo homer.

After Humboldt Crabs scored one run in the top of the sixth, Walnut Creek Crawdads answered with one of their own. Humboldt Crabs scored when Michael McKernan‘s sac fly scored one run for Humboldt Crabs. Walnut Creek Crawdads then answered when Casey Cummings hit a solo homer.

Humboldt Crabs scored four runs in the fifth inning. The rally was led by singles by Billy Ham and Luke Reece.

Ryan Featherston earned the victory on the mound for Walnut Creek Crawdads. The fireballer went one and two-thirds innings, allowing four runs on four hits and striking out one. A number of pitchers entered the game as relief, with Owen FirestoneCade CushingRyan Delaney, and Austin Berggren all securing outs and ultimately the victory. Cushing recorded the last three outs to earn the save for Walnut Creek Crawdads.

Clayton Ray took the loss for Humboldt Crabs. The hurler went two-thirds of an inning, allowing five runs on three hits and striking out one.

Ryan Spalliero started the game for Walnut Creek Crawdads. The pitcher surrendered one run on two hits over three innings, striking out two and walking one Gabe Tanner started the game for Humboldt Crabs. The pitcher went five innings, allowing two runs on seven hits and striking out six.

Humboldt Crabs socked one home run on the day. Lunsford went for the long ball in the first inning.

Humboldt Crabs had nine hits in the game. HamReece, and Griffin Myers all managed multiple hits for Humboldt CrabsHam led Humboldt Crabs with three hits in five at bats.

Walnut Creek Crawdads racked up 13 hits. Brian DuRoffMatt King, and Nico Button all managed multiple hits for Walnut Creek Crawdads.

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