No. 12 Stanford men’s baseball (7-1) travels to Southern California tonight to avenge its conqueror in the last two NCAA tournaments, No. 25 Cal State Fullerton (4-2). Last year, however, Stanford swept the Titans at Sunken Diamond to open the 2018 season on their way to the second highest winning percentage in program history.
In the first midweek game of the season, No. 11 Stanford (7-1) outmuscled San Francisco (4-3) for an 8-3 victory on a wet afternoon at Sunken Diamond, marking the Cardinal’s 23rd straight triumph.
In the first homestand of the year, No. 12 Stanford (6-1) clinched a series victory over UNLV (4-4) on Sunday after splitting a Saturday doubleheader. All three games were decided by one run.
Parent’s Weekend is a time to show off all our lovely campus has to offer. While your parents may or may not be impressed with the academics, it’s difficult to argue with 24 straight Director’s Cups and the most NCAA Division I team championships of any school in the nation. Eight teams will be on campus this weekend, and you won’t want to miss any of them.
Sunken Diamond’s home opener will feature No. 12 Stanford (4-0, 0-0 Pac-12) playing host to University of Nevada, Las Vegas, (UNLV) (3-2, 0-0 MW) over Parent’s Weekend. The teams last met in 2013 — a three-game road sweep by the Rebels.
Over the summer, I had an argument with a friend concerning a subject dear to my heart. He claimed that baseball is not a sport, or at the very least, one of the worst sports. We are no longer friends.
Preseason No. 12 ranked Stanford men’s baseball (4-0) headed down to the Angels College Classic in Arizona over the long weekend and swept its competition. The Cardinal defeated Ball State (1-3) 2-1 in a pitching duel, squeaked by Wichita State (1-3) 5-4, came alive to down Pepperdine (3-1) 6-1 and blew out Grand Canyon (2-2) 14-4.
Stanford baseball kicks off the season Friday at the 2019 Angels College Classic in Tempe, Arizona. Joining the Cardinal roster are eight freshman looking to make their mark on the program. In an attempt to get to know these fresh faces a bit more, here is brief break down of their hometowns, personalities, and life at Stanford thus far.