Sacramento State vs Saint Mary’s stream: Watch baseball online
Both Sacramento State and Saint Mary’s picked up big wins in their weekend series. The two teams will meet in Moraga on Tuesday for a single midweek game.
How to Watch Sacramento State vs. Saint Mary’s (CA) in College Baseball Today:
Game Date: April 26, 2022
Game Time: 6 p.m. ET
TV: Stadium 1
Live stream Sacramento State vs. Saint Mary’s (CA) on fuboTV: Start with a 7-day free trial!
Sacramento State took a four-game winning streak into its series finale against Dixie State over the weekend. Although they lost that game, the Hornets have won five of their seven previous games. The average run rate for the Hornets’ offense in this stretch has been 8.1 runs per game, crossing the double-digit run mark three times.
The Hornets come into this game 20-19 on the season and they’re 9-6 in April.
Saint Mary’s just finished a three-game series against No. 12 Gonzaga. In a 4-2 victory, the Gaels won the middle game. Even though they only won one game, the Gaels’ pitching staff was excellent, holding the Bulldogs to just 10 runs total over the three games.
After that series, Saint Mary’s sits at 22-18 on the season. That included an 11-6 mark at home.
This is the second meeting between the schools. Saint Mary’s won the first matchup on March 8, with an 8-2 victory. Gavin Napier, a sophomore left fielder and leadoff batter, had a huge game that day. He went 2-for-5 with two RBIs. Napier currently leads the Gaels in batting average this season, hitting .342. Christian Almanza, a junior first baseman, also hit the ball well with a double, and a home run in a 2-for-5 performance.
Regional restrictions may apply.
How To Watch
Sacramento State vs. Saint Mary’s (CA)
TV CHANNEL: Stadium 1
Live Stream: FUBOTV
(Sign up now for a free trial. )
Sports Illustrated may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website.
The author of 5 books, 3 of which are New York Times bestsellers. I’ve been published in more than 100 newspapers and magazines and am a frequent commentator on NPR.