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USC comes to the desert

January 18, 2010

University of Southern California Baseball

Cardinal vs. Gold Play Days in the Desert!

USC Trojans

The University of Southern California baseball team is making the short trek into the Desert this February to participate in two open practice sessions for the local residents. The USC players will take part in two Cardinal vs. Gold games that begin at 1:00pm on Friday, February 5th and on Saturday, February 6th. These will begin after the conclusion of the 10:30am California Winter League games each day.

Tickets will be available for purchase: Free for Children 12 and Under & $5 for Adults. Full concessions will be available for fans.

Following the February 5th game, the team will be attending a banquet at the beautiful Holiday Inn Resort of Palm Springs. This banquet is open to fans of all ages and will be featuring USC head Baseball Coach Chad Kreuter along with additional guest speakers, including former MLB players, all of whom will be announced shortly!

The banquet is open and all fans are invited to join the players and coaches during there stay here in the desert. Cost to attend is $125 per person, and includes a buffet-style meal, along with an autograph and photo session with the team.

To register, please fill out our reservation form and fax it to our office at (760) 325-7206, or visit our offices at Palm Springs Stadium at 1901 E. Baristo Rd, Palm Springs, CA 92262.

Get to know the players before they come! Check out the 2010 USC Baseball Roster!

Visit the USC Baseball website to get up-to-date information on the upcoming 2010 season schedule, merchandise, statistics and rankings!

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