Stanford Cardinal Baseball Tickets
Home Stadium: Klein Field at Sunken Diamond Stadium, Stanford, Calif.
Head Coach: Dave Esquer
Notable Matchups: Cal (2012), Arizona (2002) and Washington (2010)
Notable Players: Kyle Stowers, Maverick Handley, Duke Kinamon and Jack Little
Stanford University Cardinal Baseball TicketsFounded in 1892, the Stanford Cardinal baseball program is now ranked in the NCAA’s Top 25 teams. Over the years, Cardinal baseball has made 16 appearances in the College World Series and holds the titles to two of those games (1987, 1988). In addition, they have made three NCAA District-8 appearances, 33 NCAA Regional appearances and 11 NCAA Super Regional appearances. They hold the titles to 18 PAC-12 conferences. Over 40 Stanford baseball players have been inducted into the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame, including Zeb Terry (1914), Mike Mussina (1990), Sandy Vance (1968), Mike Dotterer (1983) and Bob Boone (1971). Stanford baseball’s longest-serving head coach, Mark Marquess, was also inducted into the Hall of Fame as both a player and coach. Cardinal baseball calls Klein Field at the Sunken Diamond their home field. Built in 1931 and heralded as one of the most beautiful college baseball stadiums, it has a seating capacity for 4,000 fans. Grab your Stanford Cardinal baseball tickets at StubHub.
Who coaches the Stanford Cardinal baseball team?David Esquer, a Stanford alumnus, was named the 21st head coach of the program in 2017. He succeeded Mark Marquess, who led the Cardinal Baseball program for 41 years. Prior to being named Stanford’s Clarke and Elizabeth Nelson Director of Baseball, Esquer served as head coach for the Cal Bears for 18 years. He is assisted by assistant coaches Thomas Eager, Tommy Nicholson and Steve Rodriguez.
What is the Stanford Cardinal's schedule?You can catch the Cardinal baseball team competing for the conference title against other PAC-12 teams, including the Cal Bears, the Arizona Wildcats and the Oregon State Beavers. You can also catch them playing against teams including the Michigan Wolverines, the Gonzaga Bulldogs and the San Francisco Dons. With games all over the region, if you cannot make it to The Farm, as Stanford is affectionately known, you can check them out in other cities. Some places you can catch the Cardinal baseball team play this season include Seattle, Wash., Salt Lake City, Utah, Los Angeles, Calif. and Tucson, Ariz.
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How much are Stanford Cardinal baseball tickets?Check StubHub regularly for up-to-date pricing information. Ticket prices vary depending on seat location, teams playing and whether it is a regular or postseason game.
Who are some former Stanford Cardinal players that went to the Pros?The Farm has sent its fair share of Cardinal baseball players to the MLB. Some of these players include Scott Snodgress, Donny Lucy, Joe Borchard, Andrew Lorraine, Brian Keyser and Jack McDowell, who all played for the Chicago White Sox; John Mayberry, Chris Carter, Jason Middlebrook, Bill Wakefield and Darrell Sutherland, who all played for the New York Mets and Michael Taylor, Danny Putnam, A.J. Hinch, Willie Adams, Steve Chitren, Ron Witmeyer, Steve Dunning and Bruce Robinson, who all played for the Oakland Athletics.
What conference is Stanford Cardinal baseball in?The Cardinal baseball team is a part of the now PAC-12 Conference. Stanford University joined the PAC-12 in 1918, and along with the University of Southern California, is one of the two private universities in the conference. Over the years, the PAC-12 has been known as the Big 5, Big 6, Pacific 8 and Pacific 10. Because it is the conference with the most NCAA championship titles in all sports, the PAC-12 has developed the moniker "Conference of Champions."
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