There was offense, offense and some more offense in the MSU baseball team’s 17-15 loss to Eastern Michigan in 12 innings Tuesday at McLane Baseball Stadium at Kobs Field.
MSU (24-12) plays a home-and-home series with the Eastern Michigan (24-15). The first game is at 3 p.m. today at McLane Baseball Stadium at Kobs Field, and the second game is in Ypsilanti, Mich., on Wednesday.
Detroit — Sophomore pitcher Andrew Waszak had been to Comerica Park before. But never like this. In the first-ever college baseball game at the stadium in Detroit, Waszak gave up one run in seven innings en route to MSU’s 3-1 win against Central Michigan on Wednesday night. “I’ve been to a game here, and I’m looking down at the players,” said Waszak, who is from nearby Rochester Hills.
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