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Baseball Bounces Back in Reno

Brent Milleville: 4-for-4, 5 RBI

Stanford Baseball did three novel things Tuesday: score throughout a game, pitch strong out of the bullpen and avoid imploding in the field. The result was a 9-4 victory at Nevada, ending the Cardinal's six-game losing skid. Two players had perfect days at the plate, and a third nudged his average briefly over .400. Junior David Stringer closed with two-hit shutout pitching the final five innings.

After an inauspicious start to Stanford's game Tuesday at Nevada, the Cardinal cruised the final five innings and outscored the Wolfpack 6-0 to come back for a 9-4 victory.  The win was the first for Stanford since March 27, when they beat San Jose State in a mid-week non conference game.  The Cardinal were losers of six straight coming into Tuesday. "It's huge," says sophomore Brent... Recommended Stories

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