Cal powers past Dallas Baptist
Jones tosses one-hitter before leaving with arm injury
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Justin Jones threw a one-hitter across six innings before leaving the game with a left biceps problem and California powered past Dallas Baptist 7-0 on Saturday in the first game of an NCAA Super Regional.
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|Box Score: Cal 7, Dallas Baptist 0|
Chad Bunting and Marcus Semien each hit a three-run homers and Devon Rodriguez also drove in a run for the Bears (36-21), who won their fifth consecutive game.
Brandon Williamson went 7.2 innings for the Patriots (42-19), who entered the game with the second most runs scored in the nation. Williamson (10-4) allowed a season-high seven runs on 10 hits. He walked one and struck out three.
Jones, who walked one and struck out three, was warming up for the seventh when he walked off the mound and began rubbing his left biceps, reporting he felt something tug.
Logan Scott pitched the final three innings, giving up two hits, to record his first career save.