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Baseball sweeps Washington State in regular season finale

No. 9 Stanford baseball (40-14, 21-9 Pac-12) left no doubts as to why it is the hottest team in the country, sweeping Washington State (24-29, 10-20) and outscoring the Cougars 33-6 in its final regular season series. With the win, the Cardinal secured a 40-win season, marking the 21st time that a Stanford team has reached this milestone during the 41-year tenure of head coach Mark Marquess.

Brodey’s blast saves Cardinal against Spartans

A streaking No. 13 Stanford Baseball (28-12, 11-7 Pac-12) earned its ninth consecutive victory when the Cardinal came away with a 4-3 win against San Jose State (15-27-1) at Sunken Diamond on Tuesday evening. Tuesday night’s victory earned Stanford the season’s two-game series sweep, a second win against San Jose State this season. They previously…

Baseball takes two against UC Davis

Stanford baseball (27-21, 11-13 Pac-12) came away with two wins against UC Davis (16-31) today after they finished a suspended game from March 21 and won the scheduled game 3-1. An eighth inning go-ahead RBI single from junior Tommy Edman broke the 1-1 tie, and the Cardinal followed up with a double from sophomore Quinn…

Baseball falls in slow performance at Cal

Stanford’s pitching struggled and the bats couldn’t get anything going on Tuesday night in Berkeley as No. 18 Cal (22-11) avenged an earlier midweek loss to Stanford (19-12) with a 5-2 victory to hand the Cardinal their third defeat in four games. Cal pounded out 11 hits as a team, led by Brett Cumberland’s three…

Brodey’s late-game heroics help Stanford avoid sweep in Arizona

Stanford baseball saw its streak of four straight series wins come to an end in Tucson after losing two of three over the weekend to the Wildcats. Arizona (22-14, 7-8 Pac-12) pitching was able to shut down Stanford’s bats for two 4-1 victories before Stanford (19-11, 7-5) was finally able to mount a late rally in the finale to claim a dramatic come-from-behind 6-5 win to avoid the sweep.