Warrecker threw a complete game, striking out the final Washington State hitter, The Daily News wrote.
"I felt strong, but I was losing a little in the ninth," Warrecker told The Daily News. "But I didn't want to throw a curve and watch it go 415 feet. I felt like I had a little juice left."
Warrecker went on from California to turn pro that year. His professional career ended up being brief, lasting just two seasons.
Warrecker's career began that June, taken by the Angels in the 24th round of the draft out of the University of California, Berkeley.
Warrecker started with the Angels at short-season Bend. He got into 18 games in relief there and had a 4.55 ERA. He picked up one of his two losses in a June game, going 1.1 innings and giving up three earned.
He moved to high-A Palm Springs for 1990. He got into 37 games there. He picked up three wins, three losses and two saves. He ended with a 3.49 ERA. It was his final season as a pro.
- Moscow-Pullman Daily News, May 1, 1989: WSU's bats pre-empted in TV opener
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