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Bats Come Alive: 6 of 8 for Baseball

A healthy Austin Wilson has returned to the lineup

Throughout the fist 24 games of the season, Stanford baseball did not plate 10 runs a single time. They've now done so twice over the course of the past three contests. A stretch against weaker pitching may have been exactly what the Stanford lineup needed to awaken from its deep slumber. Oh, and the big fella, Austin Wilson, is back in the lineup, too. That certainly hasn't hurt matters.

Tuesday's 10-8 win at San Jose State followed the Cardinal's most productive offensive weekend of the year, as the team won at USC 4-2 and 10-3 before losing 7-6 on Sunday. The weekend's 20 runs surpassed the previous series-best of 17, set just a week prior at Washington State. Offensively, the Farm Boys (17-10, 5-4 Pac-12) are playing their best baseball of the year, and they're climbing out of...

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