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Following a dramatic come-from-behind victory over Illinois on Senior Day, MSU maintained control of the No. 6 spot in the Big Ten standings.
However, MSU fell out of sixth place into seventh after winning only one out of three against Iowa this past weekend.
MSU salvaged a win in the final game of a disappointing three-game series against Iowa, 4-2, on Sunday afternoon.
MSU fell out of contention for the Big Ten Tournament this weekend after dropping the first two games of the series, falling to seventh in Big Ten standings.
Junior pitcher David Garner struck out nine batters, but the MSU baseball team was unable to
defeat Iowa, suffering a (2-1) loss Saturday afternoon.
In the second-to-last Big Ten series of the 2013 season, the MSU baseball team dropped the first of a three-game series against Iowa, 2-6, Friday night in Iowa City.
The MSU baseball team made their last home game of the 2013 season a memorable one, beating Eastern Michigan 6-3 with the help of a two-run home run in the third inning by sophomore right fielder Jimmy Pickens.
On a day meant for seniors, it was a junior who stole the show -- and the series for the MSU baseball team.
A day after the Spartans (25-14, 8-6 Big Ten) seemingly could do no wrong in a 12-3 drubbing against Illinois, a pair of big innings and general inconsistency for much of the afternoon at the plate allowed the Fighting Illini to steal a 7-3 victory at McLane Baseball Stadium at Old College Field.
The MSU baseball team came out of the gate swinging and never let up Friday evening, beating Illinois 12-3 behind strong performances from sophomore designated hitter Blaise Salter, junior catcher Joel Fisher and sophomore outfielder Jimmy Pickens.
It has been a week since the MSU baseball team took the field against Big Ten competition, and as the conference season winds down every series matters for the fifth-place Spartans.
The MSU baseball team fell to the Lansing Lugnuts Wednesday night 10-2 at the seventh-annual Crosstown Showdown.
However, the loss didn’t prevent fans from having a good time.
One of the proudest moments of Jeff Holm’s life came at McLane Baseball Stadium at Old College Field.
The State News caught up with Holm to discuss his time at MSU, the life of a professional baseball player and his recent successes with the Whitecaps.
For the first time in a week, the MSU baseball team will take the field when they travel to South Bend, Ind., to take on Notre Dameat 5:35 p.m. today.
The recent rash of inclement weather might have put a damper on the moods of students and faculty, but for the MSU Athletics Department,it’s been especially inconvenient.
With a chance to jump near the top of the Big Ten standings, the MSU baseball team will have to go through the conference’s top team.
DETROIT — It had the makings of a special evening at Comerica Park.
Despite chilly temperatures and driving rain, Spartan fans still came to support MSU at the third-annual Clash at Comerica between MSU and Central Michigan on Wednesday evening.
Cam Gibson would like to leave the field with a clean pair of underpants.
Most young ballplayers dream about playing under the bright lights of a professional stadium. For one night a year, the dream becomes a reality for members of the MSU baseball team.
Jimmy Pickens couldn’t stop smiling. With a line of eager autograph seekers waiting behind him, it’s tough to blame the sophomore outfielder who had the weekend of his life.
After being hired by WKAR in 1974 and taking over WKAR’s “Sportstalk/870” in 1985, it’s been the soft and welcoming tone of Earle Robinson’s voice coming across the airwaves, always polite and eager to discuss the most pressing local sports news.