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Plus, has word on who Mark Marquess and Steve Rodriguez will likely be starting in Monday's 1 p.m. Regional Final. 2047 Daniel Novinson Mon, 02 Jun 2008 07:34:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Austin Yount (April 2006) Scout Baseball loses a heartbreaker Stanford scrapped together two runs in the bottom of the ninth before Cal's Charlie Cutler singled home the winning run with two out in the tenth. Stanford had a chance in the bottom of the extra frame, but there was no joy in Mudville: mighty Toby would strike out. 2047 Daniel Novinson Sat, 10 May 2008 06:29:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Scout Baseball Runs Away from San Jose State Austin Yount allowed four hits in seven innings. Brett Milleville had four hits in five at-bats. Stanford didn't leave this one to chance, running away from the Spartans in the middle innings. 2047 Daniel Novinson Sat, 03 May 2008 23:26:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Scout Small Ball Surprise Wins in 13 The recent past has taught Stanford fans that nothing good comes of affairs with UC Davis. The worm turned, however, Tuesday night in the home finale at Sunken Diamond that lasted more than four hours. Sean Ratliff, the Cardinal's home run leader who had left the park earlier in the evening, stunned the Aggies with a two-out RBI drag bunt to dramatically win in the bottom of the 13th inning. 2047 Mike Eubanks Wed, 23 May 2007 23:50:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Sean Ratliff steps out of the batters box Scout Off the Schneid The season of Pac-10 perfect futility is over. After losing their first six conference series of 2007, and seven straight going back to the end of the 2006 season, Stanford Baseball on Sunday took the rubber game against Washington with a 10-7 victory. Six Stanford batters had multiple-hit games, with plenty of power at the plate. Starter Erik Davis gave up just one earned run in 6 2/3 innings. 2047 Mike Eubanks Tue, 15 May 2007 23:20:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Michael Taylor walks to the plate Scout Eighth Is Enough After letting Friday's game slip away, Stanford bounced back Saturday at Sunken Diamond with an 8-6 win over Washington that tied the series. The Huskies had the big stick on Saturday with four home runs, but Stanford strung together a big five-run eighth inning that broke up a 3-3 tie. Five Cardinal batters rapped multiple hits, while a sophomore notched his first save of the season. 2047 Mike Eubanks Sun, 13 May 2007 19:12:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Joey August connects for a single Scout Baseball Suffers Rare Loss to Spartans Stanford started a six-game homestand Tuesday night just the way they wanted, picking up a quick 5-1 lead with early offense. Then disaster struck when veteran Cardinal pitchers floundered out of the bullpen. San Jose State surged ahead and held on for an 11-8 win, their first in nine games against Stanford. Also, a Spartan freshman injured during the game suffered a medical emergency afterward. 2047 Mike Eubanks Thu, 26 Apr 2007 00:15:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Sean Ratliff at the plate Scout Baseball Bounces Back in Reno Stanford Baseball did three novel things Tuesday: score throughout a game, pitch strong out of the bullpen and avoid imploding in the field. The result was a 9-4 victory at Nevada, ending the Cardinal's six-game losing skid. Two players had perfect days at the plate, and a third nudged his average briefly over .400. Junior David Stringer closed with two-hit shutout pitching the final five innings. 2047 Mike Eubanks Wed, 11 Apr 2007 20:02:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Brent Milleville singles down the right field line Scout Card Comeback Can't Match Bruin Blitz If you arrived for the ninth inning of Saturday's game at Sunken Diamond, you witnessed a flurry of offense with Stanford's nine runs and 10 hits following five runs and five hits by UCLA. But the Bruins had already built a massive lead and held on for the 16-11 victory, their second straight of the series. Stanford's pitchers were skewered, while the umpires added controversy early and late. 2047 Mike Eubanks Mon, 02 Apr 2007 02:02:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Michael Taylor takes off for first base Scout Card Sweep Cal; Win Streak At Eight Sunday was a good day for the Cardinal baseball team. Stanford completed the sweep of California with a 9-7 victory thanks to a 13-hit offensive attack and some impressive work from the bullpen. The win extended the Cardinal's winning streak to eight games and was the 2,500th in the program's history. Meanwhile, an injured player returned to the field for the first time in over a year. 2047 Joe Ritzo Mon, 05 Mar 2007 04:13:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Adam Sorgi sets up defensively at third Scout Bullpen Delivers In Win Over USF The Stanford pitching staff has, for the most part, struggled on the road this early season. With a long stretch of home games now underway, the time is now for the Cardinal hurlers to get back on the right track. Tuesday night saw relievers Austin Yount and David Stringer fire eight scoreless innings to end the ballgame as Stanford posted a 4-1 victory over the USF Dons. 2047 Joe Ritzo Wed, 21 Feb 2007 06:04:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Austin Yount warms up Scout Baseball Concludes Preseason The Cardinal played their final intrasquad game of the preseason Monday afternoon at Sunken Diamond. We've got the report plus detailed notes and analysis on a potential starting lineup and pitching rotation for this weekend. Stanford begins the 2007 regular season on Friday night with the opener of a three-game series at Cal State Fullerton. 2047 Joe Ritzo Tue, 30 Jan 2007 07:53:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Nolan Gallagher pitches vs. Santa Clara Scout 1/28 Baseball Practice Notes Nothing could slow down Michael Taylor during Sunday's intrasquad game at Sunken Diamond. The slugging outfielder led his team to a victory with a perfect 5-for-5 effort at the plate which included another home run. However, he wasn't the only offensive standout during the practice game. Here is a complete report with notes and statistics. 2047 Joe Ritzo Mon, 29 Jan 2007 07:09:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Michael Taylor at bat Scout 1/18 Baseball Practice Notes After a pitching-dominated first week of practice, the hitters are making their mark in week #2. Three players connected for home runs during Thursday's practice game while a freshman continues his push for immediate playing time in the starting lineup. Here are complete practice notes from Sunken Diamond. 2047 Joe Ritzo Fri, 19 Jan 2007 06:19:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Michael Taylor reacts to a strikeout during 2006 fall ball Scout 1/14 Baseball Practice Notes The first set of preseason intrasquad games concluded Sunday afternoon at Sunken Diamond. Two-way players Austin Yount and Sean Ratliff both impressed and each appear primed to make contributions as both hitters and pitchers this season. Read on for more details plus other notes from Sunday's practice. 2047 Joe Ritzo Wed, 17 Jan 2007 01:18:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Austin Yount - fall ball 2006 Scout Nine For Nine Preseason baseball practice begins next week at Sunken Diamond as the Cardinal prepare for the '07 campaign. In this latest edition of "Nine for Nine," we posed nine questions for the Cardinal skipper on a range of topics including the starting pitching rotation, Erik Davis' return from injury, the two-way players, a standout frosh hurler plus much more. 2047 Joe Ritzo Wed, 03 Jan 2007 21:32:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Mark Marquess sits outside the dugout Scout