In a rain shortened two-game series, No. 3 Stanford (39-10, 20-6 Pac-12) fell to No. 11 Oregon State (35-16-1, 20-6 Pac-12) 5-2 on Sunday to split with the Beavers.
In a massive Friday night contest, No. 3 Stanford (39-9, 20-5 Pac-12) downed No. 11 Oregon State (34-16-1, 19-6 Pac-12) 8-5 behind offensive firepower and a shutdown bullpen.
In the series that will define its season, No. 3 Stanford (38-9, 19-5 Pac-12) hosts No. 11 Oregon State (34-15-1, 19-5 Pac-12) over the weekend. The Cardinal, the Beavers, and No. 1 UCLA (42-8-0, 19-5-0) are in a three-way tie atop the conference standings with just six Pac-12 games left.
For the second year in a row, No. 3 Stanford (40-8) completed its midweek-game slate undefeated, sealing a 9-0 record in such contests with a 5-1 victory Tuesday afternoon at home against BYU (21-26).
Through the first two games of the series, No. 2 Stanford baseball (39-8, 18-6 Pac-12) was utterly dominated by No. 3 Oregon State (38-8-1, 16-7-1) as the Cardinal were outscored 16-2 in front of an intimidating venue in Corvallis.
After the second game, Stanford head coach David Esquer had to focus his young team before the final game of the series.
In an extremely competitive midweek game against crosstown foe Santa Clara (18-20), Stanford baseball (19-16) couldn’t generate enough offensive success against a deep Broncos rotation, ultimately falling to Santa Clara 4-2 in the one-game series. This marks the first one-game series between Santa Clara and Stanford in a season where both teams will visit each…
Sitting in last place in the Pac-12 with just six games to go, it’s safe to say that Stanford baseball isn’t going to the postseason this year, just one year removed from the NCAA Super Regionals. That doesn’t mean, though, that Stanford (22-28, 7-17 Pac-12) has nothing to play for in these last two weekends,…
Another weekend series, another tough matchup for the Stanford baseball squad as it hits the road for the first time since a March 4 showdown with Cal.