'Dogs Control Destiny

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    Pete Beiden StatueThe road to championship has no true beginning.

    The drive, determination and passion must remain constant and focused.  It is a process and a way of life - champions are battle tested and as powerful as the pureness of their heart.

    The tradition and excellence of the Bulldog Baseball program is unmatched and the innate ability of Mike Batesole and his staff to create a culture of winning the right way sets the standard - through hard work, incredible athletic ability and academic performance in the classroom leading to the graduation of student-athletes.

    The Bulldogs made significant progress on the field towards adding another championship chapter last weekend by sweeping the then first-place New Mexico State Aggies to catapult into Collegiate Baseball's Top 25.

    The Fresno State baseball team returns home for the final eight games of the season and can sweep their way to their fourth regular season WAC title in five years and remain one of only four teams in the Western Region to make five consecutive NCAA appearances.

    With Hawai'i downing New Mexico State 11-10 last night in walk-off style, Fresno State can secure the regular season crown by winning at least six of the next eight games and possibly fewer if New Mexico State and Nevada record any more losses in their final contests.

    As the 'Dogs make their final push, which starts tonight against at 6:05 p.m. in Beiden Field against San Jose State, come on out to the ballpark for a beautiful Friday evening of Bulldog Baseball.

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