It looks like hitting coach Jon Zuber is taking the fall for California’s disappointing 24-29 season. Northern California sources say—though the school has not confirmed—that Zuber, Cal’s all-time hits leader and a 2003 inductee into the California Hall of Fame, has been let go. This is a peculiar move, considering the Bears ranked third in the Pac-10 in batting (.298) and fourth in scoring (6.7 runs per game) in 2009. In addition, the Bears produced three hitters drafted in the first two rounds in June (Brett Jackson, Jeff Kobernus and Blake Smith) and two All-America hitters in 2008 (first-teamer Josh Satin and second-teamer/first-round pick David Cooper).
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