No. 2 Stanford baseball is heading into a weekend of epic proportions when it goes on the road to battle No. 3 OSU for the right be the best in the Pac-12, and maybe even the country. Daily baseball writer Jose Saldana talked with The Daily Barometer sports editor Anna Weeks about the status of this current Beavers squad and how they would fare against the Cardinal.
When the 2018 schedule was announced, many fans of college baseball circled their proverbial calendars the date of this weekend’s series.
It’s not every week that the second-ranked team in the nation battles it out for baseball supremacy against the third-ranked team.
No. 2 Stanford baseball (38-6, 17-4 Pac-12) is travelling to Corvallis to play No. 3 Oregon State (36-7-1, 14-6-1) in a three-game series at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field.
A two-out rally in the ninth inning on Sunday afternoon helped the Cardinal salvage the final game of a three-game set against Oregon, and avoid a sweep at the hands of the Ducks.
This weekend marked the second time this season in which Stanford baseball did something for the first time in program history. Unfortunately for the Cardinal (11-17, 0-9 Pac-12), they were on the wrong side of history both times,
Stanford baseball kept rolling this past weekend in the desert, as it took two out of three from reeling Arizona (19-30, 8-19 Pac-12). It was a far cry from the Cardinal’s performance during their last visit to Hi Corbett Field in 2012, when the eventual national champions swept them. Stanford (24-21, 11-13) was able to…
Going into last weekend’s series against No. 17 Arizona State, the Cardinal baseball squad needed a series victory to keep its hat in the postseason ring. Aided by timely hitting, a Pac-12 Player of the Week performance from senior starting pitcher Mark Appel and a harrowing 11-inning escape, No. 21 Stanford claimed two games in…
If you were at Sunken Diamond this past weekend to watch No. 17 Stanford cruise to an 8-3 victory in the second leg of an eventual three-game sweep of unranked Washington State, you can probably guess that I’m talking about Stanford’s do-it-all extraordinaire, junior Stephen Piscotty.
Junior Stephen Piscotty was named a preseason All-American for his hitting talents, but even though he leads the No. 17 Stanford baseball team with 50 RBI some of his biggest contributions recently have been on the mound.