USC Baseball Golf Classic Set for Dec. 10, Trojan Great Randy Johnson to be Honored

    Trojan great Randy Johnson

    Nov. 15, 2012

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    LOS ANGELES- USC announced today that the 18th annual USC Rod Dedeaux Trojan Baseball Golf Classic to benefit the USC baseball program is scheduled for December 10, 2012 at the Dove Canyon Country Club in Orange County.

    At this year's classic, USC baseball will honor USC Hall of Famer Randy Johnson, a 10-time MLB All-Star and five-time Cy Young Award winner with 303 career victories at the major league level.  

    The event promises to be a star-studded one, as an exciting group of celebrity players are scheduled to appear, including - Randy Johnson, Aaron Boone, Bret Boone, Paul McDonald, Robb Nen, Mark Prior, John Jackson, John Cummings, Randy Flores, Tom House, Jay Jaffe, Geoff Jenkins, Jacque Jones, Tommy Milone, Mark Smith and Gabe Alvarez.

    The event, set to begin at 8:30 a.m. with registration, a continental breakfast and pre-tournament contests. Following is an all-day affair of golf and concludes with a prize drawing, a live auction and an awards banquet at 5 p.m.

    "We look forward to another great day with the Trojan family," head coach Frank Cruz said. "The presence of our alumni and supporters inspires our student athletes to connect with and understand the level of support our program is lucky to receive. They are the beneficiaries of these charitable donations to the baseball program. USC Baseball is fortunate to have world class facilities thanks to the generous contributions of all our supporters."

    Trojan and former major leaguer Randy Flores will be the Master of Ceremonies. The cost is $375 per person or $1500 for a foursome. Entry fee includes golf with a celebrity in each group, various competitions with prizes, continental breakfast, lunch, and entrance to the awards banquet dinner. Register online at, email or call (213) 740-2733 for more information and other sponsorship opportunities. See the brochure above for more information.