Oregon State continues its dominance of Stanford in Baseball drubbing the nation's number two team 10-0 and clinched a series win over the Cardinal. Here are detail's from the OSU SID office!!!
Trevor Larnach hit his 15th home run of the season and Bryce Fehmel stymied No. 2 Stanford over eight innings to send No. 3 Oregon State to a 10-0 win in front of a record crowd of 3,864 at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field.
The win sent the Beavers (38-7-1 overall, 16-6-1 Pac-12 Conference) to a series victory over the Cardinal, with Oregon State going for a sweep Sunday at 12:05 p.m. PT. OSU has now won eight consecutive series over Stanford (38-8, 17-6).
Larnach launched a 2-1 pitch from Stanford starter Kris Bubic over the fence, just to the left of straightaway center, in the fifth inning, pushing the Beavers to a five-run lead. OSU was already up 3-0 leading into the inning thanks to a three-run third, which was highlighted by a two-run triple by Nick Madrigal.
Fehmel was sharp, holding Stanford to three hits in eight shutout innings. He struck out four, issued one walk and picked up the win, improving to 7-1 on the year.
Larnach led Oregon State offensively with three hits, followed closely by Steven Kwan, who had two. Larnach and Madrigal each drove in a pair.
Up 5-0 after five, OSU pushed out to a 6-0 lead with a sacrifice fly by Kwan in the sixth, then scored four in the eighth for the final tally.
Bubic was charged with the loss for the Cardinal. He is 7-1 this season after allowing four hits and five runs in 4 1/3 innings.
Tomorrow's series finale with the Beavs looking for the sweep begins at Noon with pregame coverage on Rip City Radio 620 at 11:30am.