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On a sunny but brisk day in McLane Baseball Stadium the men's baseball team cruised to a 6-1 victory over the Central Michigan Chippewas in the team's home-opener.MSU wasted no time getting the offense going early, scoring three runs in the bottom of the first.
The men's baseball team just returned from a key eight game stretch in the season, the team played eight games in 11 days over spring break.Before heading down south for this trip sophomore pitcher Cam Vieaux spoke of how important it would be being a team from the north to get some consistent play and to get adjusted to playing outside."We haven't really gotten outside much, it's tough going and playing against te
MSU and Michigan will renew their rivalry this time on the professional baseball diamond next month. The Spartans (8-9 overall) will take on the Wolverines (11-8 overall) at Comerica Park at 6:35p.m. on April 14. MSU did not play Michigan last season but were swept in two games in the 2013 season against their in-state rivals. The matchup at Comerica Park in April will be the only game between the two teams this season. MSU will play at Comerica Park the following day as well against Central Michigan (13-7 overall) at 7:05 p.m. Head coach Jake Bross, MSU Director of Admissions Jim Cotter, the Spartan Brass and Sparty will partake in a pregame reception at 5p.m. For $30, fans can purchase a game ticket, which also includes admission into a tailgate-style meal and a cash bar.
This weekend the Spartan Baseball team is heading to the sunny coast of California to face off againist No.
The men's baseball team is coming off of a solid start to the season, the team traveled Surprise College Baseball Classic in Arizona going 2-1 in three games. The team opened with a 9-3 win over New Mexico on Friday, their second game of the weekend was 4-3 loss to Oregon State in extra innings on Saturday, the third and final game saw the team rebound against Northwestern with a 3-2 win on Sunday.
Men's baseball head coach Jake Boss Jr. gave a preview to the upcoming season.
One week shy of their first game in Surprise, Arizona, MSU
baseball is forced to prepare in unconditional ways.Burdened with the inability to practice at the McLane
Baseball Stadium, the team attempts to replicate a number of game-like
situations indoors at the Duffy Daugherty football center.
MSU baseball released its 2015 season schedule on Monday, which includes 56 games.
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The MSU baseball team saw two players drafted in the 2014 MLB
First-Year Player Draft on Saturday — outfielder Jimmy Pickens to the
Cincinnati Reds in round 15 (455th overall), and catcher Joel Fisher to
the Philadelphia Phillies in round 23 (682nd overall).
Last season, two MSU players joined the minor-league baseball ranks. This weekend, as many as five more could be added to the list.
A three-run ninth inning doomed the Spartans in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals, falling to No. 1-seed Indiana 7-4.
MSU baseball scored nine runs in the final two innings in an 11-2 comeback win over Illinois to advance in the Big Ten Tournament.
Following an opening day upset, the MSU baseball team couldn't put together a winning streak on Thursday.A late RBI double allowed Nebraska (39-18 overall, 18-6 Big Ten) top the Spartans (30-25, 11-13) in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska, 2-1.
An early home run by sophomore outfielder Cam Gibson helped the MSU baseball (30-24 overall, 11-13 Big Ten) team defeat Illinois, 2-1, in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska on Wednesday.
The MSU baseball team secured a berth to the Big Ten Tournament in a regular
For the first time, the Spartans came up short under the bright lights of Comerica Park.
Before the game the crowed cheered loudly as the seniors took the field with their families. However most of the cheers were silenced throughout the game, where the Spartans lost to the Huskers, 4-1.
Almost 200 Spartan alumnus were present at McLane Baseball Stadium on a sunny Saturday afternoon, where the MSU baseball team fell to Nebraska 5-3.