Sept. 20, 2007
Fullerton, Calif. - Fans, even though the 2008 baseball season is five months away, there are many off-season activities to feed your Titan Baseball fix. So mark your calendars with these important dates, and join the Titans in their preparation of the upcoming season.
Official Fall Practice, October 4 - November 17, 2007
The Titans will be taking part in the new extended fall practice schedule beginning in October. A schedule will be released when information becomes available with intrasquad scrimmage times that are free and open to the pubic. This is a great time to come out and get your first look at new Titan skipper Dave Serrano and his coaching staff as they prepare your 2008 Titans for another Big West Conference and College World Series title. Scrimmage dates, times and pitchers will be posted on the Baseball Operations link via the FullertonTitans.com baseball page 24 hours in advance.
Family Fun Day and Dinner, November 17, 2007
The Titans will wrap up their Fall workout period with Family Fun Day at Goodwin Field starting at 11 a.m. The team will suit up and will be introduced on the field prior to their traditional Blue vs. Orange intrasquad scrimmage. Admission to Family Fun Day is free, so come out and see your Titans as it will be your last chance to see them before the Alumni Game on Jan. 26. Following the scrimmage, the players and their families will gather for dinner, where Head Coach Dave Serrano will address all in attendance.
2007 Awards Banquet, November 18, 2007
The Cal State Fullerton baseball team will be holding its annual team awards banquet, honoring the 2007 College World Series with a reception, dinner, and awards ceremony beginning at about 5 p.m. It will be your last time to not only see the 2007 Titans, but also legendary Titan skipper, George Horton and his coaching staff as they meet with their `07 squad one last time. If you wish to celebrate with the Titans, you can contact Director of Baseball Operations Todd Rogers at (714) 278-2943 or at email@example.com.
Tim Wallach Golf Tournament, December 3, 2007
December is the time for the Tim Wallach Golf Tournament to benefit Cal State Fullerton student-athletes. The eleventh annual fundraiser will again be held at the Black Gold Golf Club in Yorba Linda and staged by the former Titan All-American baseball player and 17-year major league veteran, Time Wallach. Early-bird entry fees are \$250 for individuals, \$1,000 for foursomes and \$1,250 for corporate sponsor foursomes. The tabs go up to \$300, \$1,200 and \$1,500, respectively, after Sept. 29. You can signup or get more information online at: www.fullerton.edu/tac/golf.
Dinner with the Titans, January 20, 2007
Would you like to have a member of the 2008 Cal State Fullerton baseball team serve you dinner? Well here's your chance, as the baseball team, in conjunction with Titan Athletic Club/Diamond Club, will be putting on a prime rib dinner at the Phoenix Club in Anaheim to raise money specifically for the baseball program. In addition to dinner there will be a special guest speaker, and you can interact and take photos with all players and coaches on hand. Come support the Titans for just \$150 a plate. All of the proceeds from the evening's events will go directly to Titan baseball. Festivities begin at 6:30 p.m. For more information, contact Director of Baseball Operations Todd Rogers at (714) 278-2943 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni Game, January 26, 2008 (NEW DATE)
Come see the "the new" take on "the old" in a battle for bragging rights as the alumni of Cal State Fullerton baseball makes its way back to Goodwin Field in this exciting annual event. In the past, many current and former major leaguers and as many as 60 former Titans have been in attendance, and this year should be no different!
First official practice, February 1, 2008
First game of 2008 season, February 22, 2008
The Titans open 2008 play against TCU in Fort Worth, Texas. It will be the first meeting between the two teams since the 1994 Stillwater Regional (Oklahoma State), and the first time in the state of Texas.