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The annual Crosstown Showdown between Michigan State baseball and the Lansing Lugnuts took place at Cooley Law School Stadium on Tuesday evening. The evening’s activities included their annual home run derby, and ended with a seven-inning exhibition game between the two teams, in which the Spartans were downed by a score of 6-4.
MSU baseball will look to extend its five-game winning streak Friday as it begins a three-game weekend series against Maryland with first pitch set at 3:05 p.m. at McLane Baseball Stadium.
After finding themselves down once again for quite some time, baseball came back strong once again with another strong victory over Toledo, 5-4.
Baseball's matchup against Eastern Michigan held at Comerica Park Tuesday was canceled due to inclement weather causing to push back the scheduled 6:35 p.m start. The teams will not meet in Detroit again this season.
For the first time all season it seems baseball found its groove to push further in the Big Ten standings.
In what seemed like a game that took forever to end, baseball battled it out to defeat Western Michigan University, 10-7. The Spartans improve to 11-21 on the regular season.
Junior third baseman Marty Bechina, sophomore center fielder Danny Gleaves and freshman shortstop Ryan King joined each other on the Spartan baseball team after facing each other during their high school careers.
With two outs to go in what seemed like an endless game, sophomore Justin Antoncic stepped up to the plate and would not disappoint by bringing home freshman Ryan King off the game winning hit to secure the win.
It is known as a rivalry between these two non-conference teams for a reason and it was shown Tuesday afternoon. The Spartans almost completed one of the biggest comebacks in the team's history, but could not finish as they fall to the Fighting Irish, 8-7.
After a dominating performance on Saturday, the Spartans play carried over to Sunday afternoon as they take both games in the weekend doubleheader over the Huskers.
Baseball's 6-0 win Sunday afternoon against Rutgers, was head coach Jake Boss Jr.’s 300th victory in charge as head coach of the team.
It took a day longer than anybody expected, but baseball stopped its eight-game losing streak Sunday afternoon with a 6-0 victory over Rutgers. The game was postponed Saturday afternoon due to rain.
Baseball was unable to stop their slide Friday at McLane Baseball Stadium, dropping their seventh and eighth games in a row, to the Rutgers Scarlet Knights by scores of 8-4 and 6-4.
Whether it be hitting a 90 mph fastball or throwing an 87 mph curveball to get the batter swinging, baseball is likely known as one of the hardest sports to master for same people.
A disastrous second inning by the Spartans ultimately lead to the team’s loss Wednesday afternoon against Western Michigan University.
ANN ARBOR — Nothing as of late has been going the baseball team’s way as it was crushed in its loss to rival University of Michigan, 11-0, and finished the weekend series 0-3.
ANN ARBOR — Each inning on the afternoon for the Spartans seemed longer and longer as nothing went their way throughout the whole game.
After leading in the last two innings of the game, the Wolverines would respond back in the top of the ninth to take the game back.
Baseball will head to Ann Arbor at 4 p.m. Friday to begin a three-game series with rival University of Michigan.
Baseball out-hit Central Michigan University 9-2, but left ten runners on base, as they fell 3-1 to the Chippewas Wednesday afternoon at McLane Baseball Stadium in East Lansing. This is the Spartans’ third loss in four games, and it drops them to 6-13 on the season.