SAN LUIS OBISPO — There’s nothing that a little green can’t cure.
We’re not talking heaps of cash or holistic medicine here, but rather the green of the outfield grass beckoning for the slow roll of another base hit.
Over the weekend in San Luis Obispo, the Blues found plenty of green to line their pockets with in wins against the visiting Capitalists.
Coming off a two-game series split versus Santa Barbara, SLO welcomed Pacific Union to Sinsheimer Stadium for a three-game set from Friday to Sunday.
The Blues (21-8) entered the series three games behind the Foresters in the California Collegiate League Central Division, and the successful sweep should work wonders in terms of keeping them in the hunt.
The series opener on Friday was neck-and-neck through the final out, and started with some fireworks in the early frames.
Pacific Union found the scoring touch right away, putting up a pair of runs in the top of the first off SLO starter David Gonzalez.
But the quick 2-0 deficit didn’t seem to bother the Blues, who came right back in the home half to claim their first lead of the game.
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