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9 Takeaways: Baseball vs. Kansas

Seawell adjusting well to his new position

Stanford is on a roll having now won five consecutive games after sweeping Kansas last weekend. A number of unlikely players came through with big performances against the Jayhawks while the starting pitching continues to improve and the bullpen was effective. We offer a series of nine insightful observations, opinions, and statistical notes from the Stanford sweep.

Stringer Saves The Series - It was a banner weekend for relief pitcher David Stringer as the junior notched saves in all three games versus the Jayhawks.  All total, Stringer worked 3 1/3 innings yielding three hits, two walks, and five strikeouts.  Twice (Friday and Sunday) he came in and preserved a one-run lead.  Combined with his three-inning (no runs allowed) save last Tuesday versus USF and... Recommended Stories

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