Although Stanford baseball wasn’t able to make a miracle late-season run like it did last year and didn’t have its name called on Monday as part of the 64 teams that will play postseason baseball, the Cardinal (24-32, 9-21 Pac-12) did end their 2014-15 campaign on a high note by taking two of three from…
After a crushing six-game losing streak, with five of them coming at Sunken Diamond, Stanford found life again on the road. The Cardinal outhit the Golden Bears to sweep Cal in Berkeley, mounting a late-season charge in the hopes of a postseason berth.
On Friday night, senior starting pitcher Mark Appel tied the Stanford career strikeouts record en route to a 9-8 victory in his final start against the Cardinal’s cross-Bay rival.
The Cardinal lept out to a big lead early on against the Spartans last night, and never looked back as it routed San Jose State 17-2 at Sunken Diamond.
After a series victory at Washington State to turn its recent skid around, the rejuvenated Cardinal (14-9, 3-3 Pac-12) returned to the friendly confines of Sunken Diamond on Monday night for a weeknight matchup against Cal (16-13, 5-4 Pac-12). Despite the bats falling close to completely silent against Golden Bear pitchers that had been struggling…
The Stanford baseball offense continued to build on its recent success and the pitching staff hurled another stellar performance as the No. 14 Cardinal (6-2) extended its winning streak to five games with a convincing defeat of Saint Mary’s by a score of 7-2.
After a tough three-game set at Rice in which it could only muster four runs, the Cardinal offense desperately needed a pick-me-up in its home opener against Cal.
Stanford defeated Cal 5-0 on Wednesday and avenged its series loss to the Bears at Sunken Diamond last May.
Thud. That’s perhaps the only way to describe how the Stanford baseball team ended its season. The Cardinal got beat by a No. 3 Florida State team that flat-out deserved its national seed. But 17-1? 18-7? What a way to go, especially when a Mark Marquess-coached team hadn’t lost by 10 or more runs once—much less twice—since April 2009.