The Bucs had their home opener on Monday against the Cal Blue jays as it was a high scoring game for the blue jays.
The Cal Blue Jays took the season opener by scoring 11 against the Inland Valley Bucs as they only scored three. The Bucs had a rocky home opener start as they went through eight different pitchers with the home opener. Starting pitcher Tyler Agajanian only lasted one inning as he had given up a total of four runs.
This is the second straight home opener that the Bluejays have won against the Bucs.
The Bucs hit the road to Amerige Park in Fullerton tomorrow as they take on the San Diego Wave in a non-league game.