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The baseball team (18-15 overall, 4-5 Big Ten) cruised to a 14-3 victory over the Northwestern Wildcats (9-24 overall, 3-6 Big Ten) in the third game of a three game series on a beautiful sunny spring day in East Lansing in front of 1,305 fans on Sunday afternoon.
Despite not getting the desired result in the ninth annual Crosstown Showdown, the baseball team gained plenty from their exhibition game against the Lansing Lugnuts, the Toronto Blue Jays Class A minor league affiliate.
Sights and sounds from the ninth annual Crosstown Showdown between MSU and the Lansing Lugnuts. Produced and edited by Matthew Argillander.
After a 30 minute rain delay a night of fun began in downtown Lansing at the Cooley Law School Stadium the MSU baseball team took on the Lansing Lugnuts, the Toronto Blue Jays Class A minor league affiliate in the ninth annual Crosstown Showdown.
After a three-game sweep at Oregon over the weekend, MSU baseball (16-14) returned to McLane Baseball Stadium to take on Western Michigan (11-16). The Spartans won in walk-off fashion after scoring two runs in the ninth to complete a 5-4 comeback victory.
As the school year draws to a close and the weather begins to break, people can go outside again after a relatively cold winter. Today marks one of those first chances to get out and enjoy the changing of the seasons.
After a slow start to the season, the baseball team (15-14 overall, 2-4 Big Ten) seems to have finally kicked it into gear. The team had its best weekend of the season in a three-game sweep of the then-No. 23 Oregon Ducks.
Anyone who spends a significant amount of time around the athletic staff at MSU knows they are a tight-knit group, always eager to support one another.
After playing mostly .500 baseball through the first third of the season, the men's baseball team (12-12 overall, 2-3 Big Ten) needs to heat up as the weather does if they hope to do anything of significance this season.
The baseball team (11-11 overall, 1-2 Big Ten) is entering a key stretch of the season and it has come out the gates swinging.
On a sunny, but brisk day in McLane Baseball Stadium the baseball team (10-11 overall) cruised to a 8-3 victory over the Central Michigan Chippewas (15-10 overall) in the team's home-opener.
MSU and Michigan will renew their rivalry on the professional baseball diamond next month.
The baseball team has returned to the midwest from a key eight-game stretch in the season. The team played eight games in 11 days during spring break.
This weekend the Spartan Baseball team is heading to the sunny coast of California to face off againist No. 11 UCLA for a three game matchup.
The men's baseball team is coming off of a solid start to the season, the team traveled to the Surprise College Baseball Classic in Arizona going 2-1 in three games.
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.
MSU baseball released its 2015 season schedule on Monday, which includes 56 games.
The world of social media opens up many doors for drama and petty feuds, which is what happened between two news organizations following David Price's trade from the Tampa Bay Rays to the Detroit Tigers.
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).