OSU Baseball: By the Numbers

Jake Thompson

Brian Rathbone Sports Contributor

.657: Oregon State’s winning percentage against Oregon since 2009, when Oregon resurrected their baseball program.

.60: Oregon State’s winning percentage against Oregon in non-conference games. The two schools have split the their nonconference series five of the seven years.

6: The number of relief pitchers used in the fifth inning in the Beavers’ 11-10 win over Oregon on April 18th.

21: The combined number of runs in the first Civil War game of the season. The highest combined score since 2009.

27: Triples hit by Beavers batters this season, which leads the nation.

.553: Freshman second basemen Nick Madrigal batting average during the Utah series, going 8-for15 in the series victory.

.298: Oregon State’s combined batting average, the highest in the Pac-12.

11: The current winning streak the Beavers have over the Cardinal, Stanford last won in May of 2012.

2.93: Stanford’s team earned run average (ERA) they are the only team in the Pac-12 with a sub-3.0 ERA.

.986: Stanford’s fielding percentage. They have only committed 18 errors on the season, 26 fewer than Oregon State this season.

4: The number of Stanford fielders who have yet to commit an error in the field.

20: The number of runs that Stanford gave up in their series sweep to Arizona State, it was the Cardinal have given up in a Pac-12 series this season.

.199: Opposing hitter’s batting average against Cardinal pitcher Tristan Beck. Only six other pitchers have a lower average against.

.376: The batting average of OSU’s sophomore leftfielder Christian Donahue, good for third in the conference.

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