The Ball State baseball team hit five home runs today
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After sweeping Central Michigan to move to first place in the Mid-American Conference’s West Division, the Ball State baseball team visited Akron, Ohio, today to start a three-game series with the Akron Zips.Starting pitcher T.J.
After dropping the first match up against the Broncos, the Cardinals needed strong performances from their team to take the series.Those came from Alex Maloney and T.J.
The Ball State baseball team got the offensive performance it needed Tuesday, hitting its way to an 8-6-road victory against the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Through 11 conference games, the Ball State baseball team is off to its best start since 2010. At 9-2, Ball State trails Central Michigan by one victory for first place in the Mid-American conference’s West Division.MAC preseason polls, voted on by the league’s head coaches, tabbed Ball State to win the MAC West — a feat the team has not accomplished since 2006.
After splitting two earlier games, conference foes Ball State and Toledo squared off Sunday.The Cardinals scored two runs in the first inning thanks to solo home runs by Ryan Spaulding and Jarrett Rindfleisch.Brandon Estep’s two-run RBI single extended the Cardinals’ lead to 4-0 in the fourth, but the Rockets answered with two of its own in the bottom of the inning.
Riding a three-game win streak, the Ball State baseball team took a break from its conference schedule to travel to Butler, where Ball State fell 5-6.Chris Lovejoy took the mound for the first time this season as a starting pitcher, and pitched 2.1 innings, allowing one earned run on three hits.
Heading into the 2014 baseball season, head coach Rich Maloney was unsure of how his roster would perform.
Upperclassmen typically carry the offensive burden for baseball teams, but Ball State is an exception.The Cardinals stand at 22-10 overall and 7-1 in the Mid-American Conference, just a half game behind the Central Michigan Chippewas for first place in the MAC West.
As Sean Godfrey stepped to the plate in the bottom of the ninth against Eastern Michigan, his stat sheets were already pretty full.The Ball State right fielder already had 10 RBIs, hit a grand slam and two wins under his belt.
The Cardinals’ match up with Northern Kentucky on Wednesday came to an abrupt end when rain and lightning forced the game to be called in the seventh inning. NCAA rules state that if a game is prematurely stopped due to weather and at least five innings have been played, then the score will resort back to what it was after the last completed full inning.
In a game that was competitive early on, the Ball State baseball team was able to defeat Indiana Tech 13-8 today.
Grinding out wins has become a common occurrence for the Ball State baseball team. En route to a 18-9 start, the offense and defense have taken turns controlling play and bringing the team to victory. In the Cardinals’ first 28 games, there were 10 occasions where the offense pushed across six runs or more, and there were 13 outings where the team managed four runs or less.
Ball State ace Scott Baker led his team to a 5-2 victory over Mid-American Conference opponent Buffalo today.
Heading into Wednesday’s match up with Indiana Wesleyan, the Ball State baseball team had been playing good ball.
With his team trailing South Carolina Upstate 1-4, Sean Godfrey made his way from the on deck circle to take his familiar place on the right side of the home plate batter’s box.
Ball State fell one game short of a Mid-American Conference Championship last season, losing to Bowling Green 0-7 in the final MAC game.
The Ball State baseball team fended off a late rally from Bowling Green to take game one of Saturday’s doubleheader 3-2. Scott Baker found an early groove for the Cardinals.
Twenty-one games into the season, the Ball State baseball team has yet to play a home game. Its first chance to play at Ball Diamond will come this weekend as the Cardinals open conference play with a three-game set against the Bowling Green Falcons.
The transition to college baseball is one that many high school athletes have trouble with. However, for Ball State freshman Zach Plesac the jump appears to be seamless. Coming out of Crown Point High School, Plesac quickly embraced his role in the Cardinals’ bullpen.