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The New Nolan Gallagher

Junior RHP Nolan Gallagher

College baseball never ceases to amaze with its unpredictability, but the Cardinal community was completely floored when junior Nolan Gallagher threw a four-hit complete game shutout on Sunday. The 6'3" righthander had struggled mightily this season before working during a two-week break on his delivery. As much as his outing impressed, his words telling his story will engage and delight you.

Stanford Baseball finished the winter quarter portion of its 2007 schedule on a high note.  The Cardinal came back against rival USC in their final game before a two-week break for final exams, scoring 10 runs in the eighth and ninth innings of a 14-9 victory.  Least celebratory after that March 11 victory, however, was starting pitcher Nolan Gallagher, who gave up six hits and four walks... Recommended Stories

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