Former Cal Poly third baseman Brent Morel was called up by the Chicago White Sox on Thursday.
Morel has been on a roll as of late, hitting .370 over the past three weeks with Chicago’s triple-A affiliate in Charlotte.
Overall, Morel is hitting .320 for the Knights with 24 doubles, four triples, eight home runs and 34 RBI.
He becomes the 13th former Mustang to compete in the Major Leagues and the fifth in the past two seasons.
He joins starting pitchers Bud Norris (of the Houston Astros), Kevin Correia (San Diego Padres) and reliever Garrett Olson (Seattle Mariners) as the four currently playing in the Major Leagues.
Paso Robles girls golf team wins
The Paso Robles High girls golf team defeated Morro Bay and Lompoc at Hunter Ranch Golf Course in each team’s season opener.
The Bearcats shot a 261 to the Pirates’ 302 and the Braves’ 330. Paso Robles was led by Tori Sepulveda, who carded a 45, and Ashley Levanduski (46) and Kim Bergin (48).
“The conditions were great out there” Bearcats coach Dewey Stroud said. “It was a good start for us.”
For Morro Bay, Jill Steinman shot a 54, followed by Jessica Haney’s 56 and Jennifer Baltimore’s 59.