Pepperdine’s Late Grand Slam Sinks UCLA Baseball, Wipes Out Quality Start

Holding the Waves to one run through eight innings, the Bruins capsized in the ninth, allowing six runs to drop their first midweek contest of 2022.

Pepperdine’s (4-0) batters spent most of Tuesday night’s contest walking back to the dugout after a UCLA baseball (2-2) pitcher sent them down on strikes, but a second consecutive blown save from junior right-hander Charles Harrison and a grand slam from Waves’ shortstop John Peck sent the Bruins home with a 7-5 defeat.


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