A ball lost in the pale, blue Los Angeles sunset. That was the difference for the Cal Poly baseball team on Saturday night, as a miscue by Nick Torres in right field cost the Mustangs three runs.
The plaza was glowing from the slowly sinking sun, there were unbuttoned Hawaiian shirts and colorful tribal print skirts everywhere, and just about everyone was smiling and enjoying the warm, late-afternoon air.
With Cal Poly Vice President of Administration and Finance Larry Kelley’s retirement announcement in May, he became the latest in a string of top administrators to leave the university in the past two-and-a-half years.
A ball lost in the lights. That was the difference for the Cal Poly baseball team on Saturday…