Just got a report from BA’s Dave Perkin, who is watching the Brian Matusz-Tyson Ross duel at the Long Beach regional.
"This is shaping up to be the best college game I’ve seen in many, many years through three innings," Perkin said. "Matusz has been sensational."
Through 3 1/2 innings, neither pitcher has allowed a run, and each has yielded just one hit. Matusz has six strikeouts through four innings, getting Cal slugger David Cooper twice–once on a slider and once on a changeup. He’s sat in the 89-92 mph range with his fastball and shown excellent command of all four pitches.
Ross has worked in the 90-92 range and thrown an excellent slider to righthanded hitters. He has two strikeouts through three frames.
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