The Stanford University Cardinal Baseball team is one of the most appreciated teams in the USA in college baseball. The team is good, the results are also good, and all after that comes naturally. The fans go in a high numbers to cheer for their team. At home games, it's electric to be in the stands. When they hit a home-run, it's like the whole stadium is on fire. New visitors will enjoy their time in the stadium with lots of seats for a college ballpark, easy access parking spots, plenty of toilets, and good snack-bars.
The atmosphere that the fans create is due to the amount of people who come to support Stanford baseball team and their enthusiasm. People come to the stadium because Pac-12 (formerly Pac-10) baseball is reliably entertaining. Some of the trophies and titles that Stanford baseball team has won include 1987 and 1988 NCAA Championship wins, 16 appearances in NCAA College World Series, and six NCAA Super Regionals. History and competitiveness is why the fans love this team.
The Cardinal play their home games on campus at the Sunken Diamond, one of the most beautiful college baseball stadiums, which was built in 1931 and has a capacity of 4,000 seats. When the adjacent football stadium was originally built in 1921, dirt was excavated from the site of the future baseball stadium, which created a "sunken" field a decade later.
A Cardinal baseball game is a sure good time win or lose with the reliably good weather of the South Bay Area where the Stanford campus sits. If you are a San Francisco Bay Area resident or a visitor to the region try to get some tickets and enjoy a game.