The theme of the weekend for No. 2 Stanford baseball (30-5, 12-3 Pac-12) in their three-game road sweep over Arizona (23-15, 6-9) was the number seven.
No. 13 Stanford baseball (0-0) opens the doors of Sunken Diamond for the first time this year when No. 17 Cal State Fullerton (0-0) comes to town on Friday night in a three-game series.
Beck will be the Opening Day Starter on Friday. He will make his season debut after missing all of last season due to a stress fracture in his back. His freshman season was impressive as he earned All-Pac-12 First Team and led the team in ERA (2.48).
Stanford baseball exploded for seven runs in the first three innings on Tuesday night as the offense pounded out a season-high 15 hits to key a 10-3 victory for the Cardinal (24-19, 10-11 Pac-12) over visiting Santa Clara (20-26, 7-14 WCC). Right fielder Quinn Brodey and catcher Bryce Carter led the way with three hits…
After a rainy forecast forced a preemptive Thursday doubleheader, Stanford baseball (7-5) took on defending College World Series runner-up No. 2 Vanderbilt (10-1), splitting Thursday’s games before falling 5-2 in the rubber match on Sunday. Strong pitching kept the Cardinal in the games against the nation’s best offense, but Stanford’s bats could not keep up.
Although a rainout on Friday night delayed the start of Stanford baseball’s 2016 campaign by a day, the Cardinal didn’t let the change of schedule throw them off. Stanford (2-1) swept its season-opening doubleheader on Saturday, 2-0, 2-1, before falling in Sunday’s series finale 4-3 to No. 21 Cal State Fullerton (1-2) to get its season started on a high note.
Meet the probable starters for the 2016 Stanford Cardinal.
Stanford baseball is looking for its 2016 campaign to be one of transformation and resurgence. Coming off of a disappointing 24-32 season in 2015 and a 10th-place finish in the Pac-12, the Cardinal are hoping that the 11 freshmen that they recruited to The Farm this season, a healthy roster and a slight change of…
Although this weekend will end a tough season for Stanford, the Cardinal will head to Pullman knowing that there’s still a silver lining: Next year, after the team loses key contributors in Jackson and Zach Hoffpauir, the team’s underclassmen will be all the better for having been forced into action this season, and next year should be looking up for Stanford baseball.