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It's like asking a waitress for ketchup for your fries, only to be told they are out. Or like drawing to a straight flush, only to have your hand bust. That's the way the Cardinal must have felt after losing 12-5 to Vanderbilt in the rubber game of
05/28/2014 08:54:38 PM PDT Daily News Staff Writer The lineup features a safety on a BCS title contender who roams the outfield, plus a first-round candidate in next month's MLB draft. The staff ace is a right-handed freshman, while a left-handed
It's first game in the double-elimination tournament is Friday at 11 a.m. against Indiana State. The unranked Cardinal, which had a 30-23 overall record and finished 16-14 in the Pac-12, was considered a bubble team but likely made it because of
But instead of saving games in relief Hochstatter has been saving the Cardinal's bacon as a Saturday starter...The lefty from San Ramon Valley-Danville has over half of the Cardinal's conference victories, a perfect 7-0 in the Pac-12, an ERA of 1.70.
Stanford alone has been to the tournament 30 times, winning national titles in 1987 and '88, and reaching the Super Regionals nine times since 1999. Just three years ago, Stanford, Cal and USF all got invitations, with the Golden Bears making a
Stanford dug deep and showed fortitude in rallying for a stunning 4-3 victory over the Sun Devils in a Pac-12 baseball contest on Thursday evening. Menlo School-Atherton grad Danny Diekroeger singled to right with two outs in the bottom of the ninth,
But the switch hitter played a pivotal role in the 7-6 comeback victory for Stanford, which was looking for its first win since March. The designated hitter went 3-for-4 with a two-run double in the bottom of the eighth that ignited a three-run rally,
When Ryan Garko played at Stanford, he hung on every word Barry Bonds offered about hitting as the eventual home run king trained and took his swings on campus alongside the college kids and a few other pros. Now it is Garko sharing some of those
Lesson being, if one doesn't put the hammer down when it has a chance, then be prepared to get hurt where it hurts the most. The Cardinal wasted a fine pitching performance by Chris Viall in a 6-3 loss to USC in 10 innings at Sunken Diamond on Sunday.
The Cardinal (7-8, 0-0 Pac-12) gets busy on Friday night after a 12-day layoff, hosting USC (10-9, 1-2 Pac-12) at 7 p.m...Oregon, but lost the next two games to the Ducks by identical 7-2 scores. Stanford coach Mark Marquess, whose club faced the