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Trojans must find success at Dedeaux


There is a long-held formula for success in Major League Baseball, which says that a good team should strive to win two-thirds of their home games and play .500 ball on the road. Over the course of a 162-game MLB season, a team doing just that will win about 95 games — highly respectable, and […]

Trojans top Loyola Marymount Lions


The USC baseball team dashed Loyola Marymount’s dreams of adding another win to their seven-game winning streak last night in a 6-1 victory at Dedeaux Field. Although the Trojans missed some key opportunities early in the game in terms of advancing runners and making key outs, the team found its stride by the 4th inning […]

Now is the time for Trojan baseball


Throughout his truly remarkable and incomparable coaching career, legendary USC baseball coach Rod Dedeaux amassed more than 1,300 wins and brought home 11 national championships, figures that led to him being named the Coach of the 20th Century by Baseball America in 1999. Dedeaux coached dozens of future Major Leaguers, and the Trojans’ baseball program, […]