Looking for its first series win of the season, the Stanford baseball team (5-7) hosts the upstart Kansas Jayhawks (11-1) for a three-game set this weekend at Sunken Diamond. Stanford has dropped each of its three series this season in a brutal early-season non-conference schedule that has seen it face No. 19 Rice, No. 18 Texas and No. 4 Vanderbilt.
When Stanford baseball head coach Mark Marquess last started a freshman pitcher on Opening Day, the Soviet Union still existed, Electronic Arts remained months away… Continue Reading »
Beginning on Friday, the Cardinal swings down south to Nashville, Tenn. to take on the No. 4 Vanderbilt Commodores (8-2) in a three-game series. The task ahead for a young Stanford team still finding its footing certainly seems daunting, but the Cardinal remains excited about the opportunity to prove itself on a national stage.
Another series, another sweep avoided on Sunday by Stanford’s baseball team. The Cardinal (3-4) — which once again sent out three freshman starters, making it… Continue Reading »
February isn’t known for being a month of big-time baseball games, but don’t tell that to the two teams taking the field for a three-game… Continue Reading »
It’s safe to say that No. 25 Stanford baseball and head coach Mark Marquess missed Mark Appel ’13 in the team’s opening series against No. 15 Rice.
For this year’s Stanford baseball team, Valentine’s Day will be more than just a day of romance; it will be a day of rejuvenation, of a clean slate and of the chance to make a statement at the beginning of a long campaign.