UCLA aims high after blistering start
LOS ANGELES -- When a baseball team loses 10 games in a row, the general conclusion is that said team stinks. Or isn't trying very hard. Perhaps a little of both.
Last season, after winning its first two games, UCLA lost 10 in a row. Six of those defeats came by one run and two required extra innings for the Bruins to experience the bite of losing.
By season's end, the Bruins had gone 2-14 in one-run games and finished 27-29 overall.
They didn't stink. ...
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