The Inland Valley Pirates are one of the premiere collegiate baseball programs in Southern California.
Each and every year, Charlie Reynoso’s mates take the program to the next level.
As they embark on their fifth season in club history, they’ve already thrived in the first four seasons. In 2014, the Pirates won the SCCBL regular season championship. They backed that up in 2015 with the program’s first appearance in the NBC World Series in Wichita, Kansas establishing a national footprint. Last season, they were the runners-up in the ultra-competitive SBL.
Players come from far and wide to play at Scolinos Field on the campus of Cal Poly Pomona. In fact, some schools represented have included Cal State Fullerton, Coppin State, Fordham, Hawaii, Houston Baptist, Lamar, Long Beach State, Louisiana Tech, Loyola Marymount, Oregon, Pepperdine, Texas Tech, UC Irvine and UC Riverside.
Team Est. 2013
Team Owner/GM: Charlie Reynoso
Home Field: Cal Poly Pomona
SCCBL Pirates get the win over the CA Jays tonight! Final score 3-1
SCCBL Inland Valley Pirates can’t get it done tonight. The team loses a shutout to the Ventura County Pirates 12-0
SCCBL Pirates win another one at home! They take down the So Cal Bombers 10-3