The Ball State baseball program has used Ball Diamond for more than 40 years, and while it is still a serviceable field, history has taken its toll on the diamond’s condition.But thanks to a $20 million fundraising effort, the university is currently in the midst of renovating the Cardinals’ home field.Baseball head coach Rich Maloney, who began his second stint with Ball State prior to the 2013 season, has led the way for the Ball Diamond renovations, and understands its importance based on the shift in college baseball.“Really, if we want to count baseball as a true sport here in Muncie, Ind., then we’ve got to be able to commit resources,” Maloney said.
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A former Ball State baseball player has made four appearances in the San Diego Padres’ minor league system.
Ball State baseball’s Sam Tidaback has announced on Twitter that he is transferring to North Georgia.
The Pittsburgh Pirates claimed former Ball State baseball player Dean Anna off waivers Saturday.
A former Ball State pitcher and current Miami Marlins’ minor leaguer is attempting to show what he can bring to a pitching staff.
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.
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.