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Jack Mosbacher

Mosbacher Minute: The long road ahead

The good news is that the Stanford Cardinal easily won its regional and punched its ticket to the Super Regionals. The bad news is that the Cardinal now has to travel to Tallahassee and face a Florida State team that spent the majority of the 2012 season as the country’s top-ranked team.

Mosbacher Minute: Stanford’s hidden gem

If you were at Sunken Diamond this past weekend to watch No. 17 Stanford cruise to an 8-3 victory in the second leg of an eventual three-game sweep of unranked Washington State, you can probably guess that I’m talking about Stanford’s do-it-all extraordinaire, junior Stephen Piscotty.

Mosbacher Minute: The Steal Squad

With recent injuries to several regular starters, a trio of new faces has led the offensive resurgence that has propelled Stanford back into contention: sophomores Danny Diekroeger and Brett Michael Doran and freshman Alex Blandino, proud members of a brotherhood known as the “Steal Squad.”

Mosbacher Minute: Have Stanford’s bats awakened?

For a few sweet hours on Monday night, things appeared to be back to normal. In a 19-6 shellacking in Berkeley against the California Golden Bears, the No. 6 Stanford men’s baseball team returned to its early season form, scoring runs in bunches and making a mockery of opposing pitching.

Mosbacher Minute: A turning point for Stanford baseball

Jack Mosbacher was a member of the Stanford baseball team from 2008-2011. Each week, he’ll take a look at the Cardinal’s ups and downs on its road to the College World Series.   As No. 2 Stanford headed to Tucson this past weekend to face No. 8 Arizona, the college baseball world expected a dramatic…
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