Ball State ace Scott Baker led his team to a 5-2 victory over Mid-American Conference opponent Buffalo today.
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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.
Ball State’s baseball team is 9-3 so far this season, but a five-game road trip to Kentucky and Campbell should prove to be the team’s toughest stretch.
For the third weekend in a row, the Ball State baseball team came away victorious in three of its four games.
For the Ball State baseball team, Game 2 in Lynchburg, Virginia did not fare as well as the first. Facing off against last season’s Big South Champions, the Liberty Flames, the Cardinals needed a good outing from starting pitcher Scott Baker.
The Ball State baseball team opened its road trip to Lynchburg, Va., with a 4-1 victory over the Rider Broncs.
Heading into play at the Snow Bird Classic in Port Charlotte, Florida, the Ball State baseball team had a chance to get off to the school’s best start in 14 years.
For the first time this season, the Ball State men’s baseball team finished a game on the wrong end of the scoreboard.
Just a couple days into the season, the Ball State baseball team was already playing a doubleheader. For the second game in a row, the players found themselves in an early hole when a lead-off walk by starting pitcher Jacob Brewer came around to score, making the game 0-1 early. Morehead State’s lead would be short-lived, as the bottom of the first saw the Cardinals send eight men to the plate, half coming home to score.
* Cardinals erase a 4-1 deficit * Tyler Jordan pitches 5 shutout innings * 7 different players score a run The 2014 season started strong for Ball State. Facing South Carolina Upstate, Ball State sent its ace, junior Scott Baker, to the mound.
With Ball State baseball’s 2014 season just around the corner, the team sees reasons to be optimistic. “We are expected to compete with the top teams in our league,” head coach Richard Maloney said.
Scott Baker, winner of the inaugural Gregg Olson award in 2013, was recognized as Division I baseball’s “breakout player of the year.”
Blake Beemer is one of 15 finalists for the T.D. Ameritrade Fan’s Choice Award, but he was also invited to the NCAA Career in Sports Forum.
It was a disappointing end to an exciting run. One inning is all that kept the Ball State baseball team from claiming its first Mid-American Conference Tournament Championship since 2006.
All that stood between the Golden Flashes and a spot in the Championship game was a pair of Ball State pitchers.