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USC Trojans Baseball: Dog Days of Dedeaux podcast episode 3

We review the past week of USC baseball that saw the Trojans go 3-1 and get the momentum moving in a good direction. We also look at the upcoming Dodgertown Classic and discuss the development of this team's identity.

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The latest episode of USC Trojans Baseball: Dog Days of Dedeaux podcast is out. In this episode Cooper Perkins reviews the past week of USC baseball that saw the Trojans go 3-1 and get the momentum moving in a good direction. He also examines the upcoming Dodgertown Classic and discusses the development of this team's identity.

You can listen using the player above, or you can check the Dog Days of Dedeaux podcast on SoundCloud.

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From "All-Around Team Effort Leads No. 22 USC to 7-4 Victory at Long Beach State" at USCTrojans.com:

"Propelled by a career five-hit day for David Oppenheim (Mercer Island, Wash./College of the Canyons), along with the team-leading third home run of the year for Adalberto Carrillo (Santa Ana, Calif./Tustin HS), the Trojans came-from-behind to take the victory.

The Dirtbags (5-3) got on the board first, jumping out to a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first, taking advantage of two hits and two errors by the Trojan defense."