Whose contributions will be the most pivotal in getting the Cardinal past the Regional and into the Super Regional?
Stanford baseball’s seniors said goodbye to Sunken Diamond on a high note, as Stanford (27-23, 13-14 Pac-12) took care of business on Monday night, securing a 5-2 victory over the visiting Pacific Tigers (26-27, 15-12 WCC). In its final home game of the season, Stanford was victorious in a must-win game for its postseason push.…
Stanford baseball kept rolling this past weekend in the desert, as it took two out of three from reeling Arizona (19-30, 8-19 Pac-12). It was a far cry from the Cardinal’s performance during their last visit to Hi Corbett Field in 2012, when the eventual national champions swept them. Stanford (24-21, 11-13) was able to…
Stanford baseball’s playoff chances were dealt a tough blow this weekend, as the Cardinal dropped two out of three games to California (18-21, 7-11 Pac-12) in an up-and-down series that was frankly more down than up.
Stanford baseball’s pitching staff was bailed out by its offense for a change, as the Cardinal scored 10 runs — their most in a 20-game span dating back to March 4 — to defeat Santa Clara (17-23, 8-7 WCC) 10-9 on Tuesday night.
In a tight series in which all three games were decided by just one run, Stanford’s baseball team (15-17, 6-9 Pac-12) took its first steps to get back into the conference race, taking two of three from Arizona State (21-16, 10-8)—winning Thursday’s and Saturday’s games 4-3 and 1-0, respectively, while dropping Friday night’s contest 3-2.
He developed two pitchers to No. 1 selections in the MLB Draft over the last five years and has had 65 of his pitchers drafted over his last 20 seasons of coaching. He has mentored a pitching staff this season that has more than held its own and has been dominant at times, despite having 60.8 percent of innings pitched by the freshman pitchers through Tuesday.
Stanford’s baseball team had a tall task ahead of it this past weekend as it traveled to Seattle to take on the conference-leading No. 9 Washington Huskies (24-7-1, 12-3 Pac-12). It was the Cardinal’s (12-16, 3-8) sixth ranked opponent of the season — continuing one of the country’s most difficult schedules — with the Huskies entering the three-game set with a near-perfect 10-1 record at home.