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With just under two weeks until its season opener, Ball State was fortunate for the opportunity to practice on its field in preparation for its first game in South Carolina.
While a big baseball guy, Stayton’s an even bigger Jesus guy. The former Ball State Baseball standout is living out his dream as a youth pastor in the town that pinned him a “big baseball guy.”
Hosts Robby General and Colin Grylls recap Ball State's homecoming weekend and chat with members of the Ball State club baseball team.
With the fall season in full swing, Major League Baseball isn’t alone in utilizing the month of October. Ball State baseball joined in on the fun of October baseball with its annual Scout Day.
Kevin Marnon has moved around quite a bit throughout his baseball career, but the latest move is the biggest of his career.
The Blue Jays took the junior right-handed pitcher in the 24th round.
The Cardinals gave up eight runs in the top of the ninth in a 15-5 loss.
Ball State gave up seven hits — and five to the same player.
Ball State started MAC play slowly but enter the tournament as one of the conference's hottest teams.
The Cardinals beat the Western Carolina Catamounts 13-6.
Ball State baseball couldn't overcome a rough fourth inning in its 10-2 loss to Western Carolina Friday.
TJ Harmon earned his first win of the season after throwing 7.1 scoreless innings Tuesday.
The senior first baseman was selected as a finalist for the 2017 Senior CLASS Award earlier this week.
As the National Anthem Plays throughout First Merchant Ball Park Complex prior to Ball State baseball vs. Bowling Green State. The Cardinals line up throughout the field shoulder to shoulder with nearby teammates facing the American Flag.
Ball State players have to balance the simplicity of a game with finals preparation as they head to DeKalb, Illinois, to take on Northern Illinois.
Nearly 6,000 fans attended the extra-innings thriller in downtown Indianapolis.
It was a game of almosts for the Cardinals (21-20, 8-7 MAC), who haven't beaten the Hoosiers (22-16-2, 8-6-1 Big Ten) since April 17, 2013.
The Mid-American Conference recognized two Ball State baseball players as Players of the Week.Sophomore right-handed pitcher T.J.
The Cardinals and Hoosiers take over downtown Indianapolis Tuesday night.