For the fifth time in less than a month, Ball State has canceled a game due to poor weather and poor field conditions.
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Ball State’s offense struggled over the weekend in its 2-1 series loss to Akron. The team scored just nine runs in those three games, failing to capitalize when they put runners in scoring position.
Playing clean, error free baseball was what helped launch Ball State into a six game winning streak coming into Saturday’s doubleheader against Akron.
Sean Godfrey had already tied the game with a solo home run earlier in the fourth inning.
Coming into the 2013 season, Ball State was hoping that its pitcher, Scott Baker, could take another step forward this season.
Ball State’s 3 p.m. game against Butler today is canceled due to poor field conditions.
Ball State stood tied with IPFW 2-2 in the bottom of the ninth Friday afternoon. With sophomore Jarrett James on third, senior Dominick Catanzarite stepped to the plate.
Facing one of college baseball’s powerhouses, the Cardinals had them on the ropes with the bases loaded and nobody out.
Ball State’s pitching has improved this season, but no other player is showing it like sophomore righty Scott Baker.
After knocking off Morehead State in game one 4-1, Ball State beat them again 12-2 to sweep the doubleheader.
Non-conference games may not have an impact on a team’s conference standings, but that doesn’t mean Ball State will overlook this weekend’s series
Saturday’s win was No. 600 in Rich Maloney’s coaching career.
After stressing last week that pitching and defense would be the keys to victory, both seemed to fall flat over the weekend as Ball State battled Bradley, Northwestern and Lipscomb.
Rich Maloney earned his 600th coaching win as Ball State (3-3) beat Lipscomb 6-2 on Saturday.
Cardinals coach Rich Maloney has preached playing small ball so far this season.
Coming off a 1-2 opening series, Ball State coach Rich Maloney was happy with what he saw from his team and just wants it to translate over to the next series.
The box scores from Ball State’s weekend series against Middle Tennessee may have made it look like the Cardinals struggled.
Starting fresh off a season where Ball State struggled to manufacture runs, the same story played out in the Cardinals season opener.