Baseball’s historic collapse crushes championship chances

When Edward Manzo slapped a grounder into the shortstops glove, silence overwhelmed PCC’s dugout; they knew their season was over. That fate was sealed when Glendale shortstop, Grant Mona, threw to first for the final out, winning the three game postseason series. The Lancers entered the playoffs as the 12 seed, and were faced with taking on the fifth seeded Glendale Community College in the first round. The only other time PCC faced Glendale, they were only able to score one run in a 5-1 …

Stagnant offense, rattled bullpen damn Lancers

Gordon Ingebritson turned in a quality start on Thursday, but had his 3-2 lead over LBCC fumbled by Lorenzo LLorens, who allowed 2 runs in as many innings as the Lancers saw their losing streak extend to a season-long 6 games. “The bullpen has to do better. They gave up they gave up three runs on Tuesday, they gave up four runs today…you’re just not going to win too many games [with those numbers],” said Lancer head coach Patt McGee. Part of the bullpen troubles …

Questionable call stunts PCC comeback

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 …