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Gameday: Beavers Take On Stanford Saturday

The Beavers won their 17th straight game Friday

Game 24 • Road Game 6
Oregon State (22-1, 7-0) vs. Stanford (14-7, 2-2)
Saturday • April 1, 2017 • 2:00 p.m. PT
Stanford, Calif. • Sunken Diamond

The Game

Top-ranked Oregon State and No. 11 Stanford continue their three-game series at Sunken Diamond on Saturday. First pitch is scheduled for 2 p.m. PT.

The game will air live on the Beaver Sports Network and Beaver Nation Online ( For more information on catching the Beavers on the radio, check

The game will not be televised.

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Last Game
Luke Heimlich scattered four hits and a run in a complete-game effort and Nick Madrigal and KJ Harrison each tallied two hits to send top-ranked Oregon State to a 3-1 win over No. 11 Stanford Friday night at Sunken Diamond. Heimlich improved to 5-0 after throwing his second career complete game – his first since ending the 2016 season against UCLA. The left-hander struck out two, walked three and tossed 114 pitches, with 83 going for strikes. Madrigal and Harrison both singled and doubled to pace the OSU offense, which ended the night with seven hits.

Saturday's Game On Radio In PDX
Fans in the Portland region should note that Saturday's game will air live on KEX 1190 AM. Sunday's game will return to Rip City Radio 620.

A Streak At Sunken
The win Friday marked the 11th straight for the Beavers at Stanford's Sunken Diamond, a streak that dates back to the 2009 season when OSU won 5-2 in the series finale to cap off the regular season. It was Oregon State's 21st all-time win at Stanford, and OSU has won 13-of-16 at the Cardinal since 2005.

Keeping Pace With '62
The Beavers' win kept them on pace with the 1962 club, which also started the season 22-1 through the first 23 games of the year. That team went 23-1 before losing its second game of the season, 10-9 to Washington State.

Against Stanford, As Of Late
The win Friday marked Oregon State's 17th in the last 19 games against Stanford.

That Didn't Take Long
Nick Madrigal singled on a blooper to left to open the game, stretching his hit streak to a career-long 15 games. He surpassed his previous long of 14 games as a freshman in 2016.

• Oregon State continued its first-inning dominance Friday when KJ Harrison doubled off the wall in left. The Beavers have out-scored opponents, 29-3, in the first inning this season.
• Opponents have thrown just three this season, and Oregon State is 2-1 when that happens.
• OSU finished with a perfect March - 15-0.
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