A former Ball State baseball player and current Atlanta Brave minor leaguer has picked up hitting right where he left off when his college eligibility ran out.
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The Ball State baseball team had three players named to the American Baseball Coaches Association Rawlings All-Mideast Region Team.Sean Godfrey and Zach Plesac were named to the first team, while T.J.
Ball State pitcher Zach Plesac continues to be honored for his first collegiate season. On Monday, the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association named Plesac to its Freshman All-America First Team.
For the first time since 2011, the Ball State baseball team had a player selected in the MLB First-Year Player Draft.
Former Ball State pitcher Nestor Bautista was taken by the Miami Marlins with the second pick in the 32nd
Former Ball State outfielder Sean Godfrey has been drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 22nd
Former Ball State pitcher T.J. Weir has been drafted by the San Diego Padres with the 12th
The Ball State baseball team continues to be honored for its season, as Collegiate Baseball selected pitcher Zach Plesac, catcher Jarett Rindfleisch and outfielder Alex Call to its Freshmen All-America Team.Plesac finished the season ranked fourth in the nation with 12 wins and was previously named as the publication’s Mid-American Conference Freshman Pitcher of the Year as well as to the All-America Third Team.
Ball State pitcher Zach Plesac has been named the National Freshman Pitcher of the Year by the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper.Plesac finished the 2014 season ranked fourth in the nation with 12 pitching victories, while recording 67 strikeouts in 85.1 innings pitched.
WHEN: Starts today at 7 p.m. and continues through Saturday WHERE: First two rounds (and two “competitive balance rounds”) from MLB Network Studio in Secaucus, N.J.
Ball State freshman pitcher Zach Plesac continues to be recognized for his first season of college baseball.After being awarded the 2014 MAC Freshman Pitcher of the Year, Plesac was named to the Louisville Slugger All-America Third Team.Plesac will join teammate Sean Godfrey on the All-American Third Team, as the duo became the eighth and ninth Cardinals to be honored with the selections.The right-hander finished the season ranked fourth in the nation with 12 wins, while pitching to a 2.11 earned-run average in 85.1 innings of work.
With two losses in the Mid-American Conference Tournament last week, the Ball State baseball team’s season has come to an end.
The Ball State baseball team was eliminated from the Mid-American conference tournament with a 1-4 loss to Western Michigan.Right fielder Alex Call scored the only run for Ball State, a first inning RBI single by catcher
A Ball State alumnus recently became the general manager of a Minor League Baseball team.
The Ball State baseball team used a seventh-inning, two-run double from Sean Godfrey to defeat Western Michigan 5-3 in the first round of the MAC tournament.
After being voted the No. 26 team in the nation in this week’s Collegiate Baseball Poll, the Ball State baseball team was again recognized for its strong regular season by dominating the Mid-American Conference’s postseason awards.
The Ball State baseball team ended its 2014 regular season today with a 10-2 victory at Northern Illinois.With the win, the Cardinals finished the year 38-16 overall, while boasting a 22-4 mark inside the Mid-American Conference.Clay Manering got the start for Ball State, and the senior southpaw went five innings, allowing one run on five hits to earn his third win of the season.Catcher Jarret Rindfleisch opened the scoring for the Cardinals with a RBI double in the top of the first inning, and a throwing error on the Huskies in the third led to three more Cardinal runs.After the Huskies posted the team's first run of the game on a RBI double in the bottom of the fourth, the Cardinals answered with an Alex Maloney two-run triple in the top of the fifth to make the score 6-1.Back-to-back RBI singles from Nick Hollowell and Alex Call in the seventh extended Ball State’s lead to 8-1, and Matt Eppers added to the onslaught with a two RBI double to make the score 10-1.A bottom of the ninth-inning home run by the Huskies cut the score to 10-2, but it was as close as the team would get, as the Cardinals held on for the sweep.The Cardinals will open MAC Tournament play
With its 4-3 win against Northern Illinois today, the Ball State baseball team clinched the Mid-American Conference regular season championship.
For 10 seniors on the Ball State baseball team, Sunday’s 9-8 walk-off victory over Kent State would mark the last time they would play on their home field.“It’s exciting but sad all at the same time,” senior Kyle Raleigh said after the game.