Andrew Daschbach got the Cardinal on the board first. (Shotgun Spratling)


Kinamon, Stanford Come Out Swinging Against Cal

At The Ballpark

BERKELEY, Calif. — “We talk about having a different hero every night and everybody on our team has potential to be that,” Stanford redshirt junior Duke Kinamon said.

Anyone can be the impact player on a given night, in part, because the No. 2 Cardinal have one of the most experienced lineups in the country. The nine hitters head coach David Esquer sent to the plate on Friday in a 10-7 win over California entered the night with a combined 874 career starts. Six of the Cardinal (36-8, 18-4 in Pac-12) in the lineup had at least 100 starts.



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