USC baseball falls in Dodgertown Classic 

March, 14, 2012
3/14/12
10:36
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With both teams coming into the game with identical 12-3 records, the matchup Tuesday night between the USC Trojans and the UCLA Bruins at the Dodgertown Classic was thought to be a good indicator of where both teams were at before the official start of Pac-12 play.

Unfortunately for the Trojans, the results were not what they were hoping for as the Bruins ended up with a 7-2 win in front of 6,034 at Dodger Stadium.

The Trojans actually got the first score of the game when they took a 1-0 lead in the third inning. USC shortstop James Roberts opened the inning with a double, was sacrificed to third base and then driven home on a single by left fielder Garrett Stubbs.

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