Tuesday afternoon's game versus Butler of the Horizon League has been postponed due to rain.
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What was supposed to be a three-game Mid-American Conference series versus Buffalo turned into a doubleheader Friday due to inclement weather and field conditions.
Sunday afternoon's series finale between Ball State and Buffalo was cancelled due to inclement weather.
Coach Alex Marconi said he's pleased with the way his team's playing of late, but there are still areas in need of improvement.
Ball State (10-23, 7-4 MAC) picked up its third Mid-American Conference series victory of the season Friday by sweeping a double-header against the Buffalo Bulls (7-25, 0-11 MAC).
After splitting two mid-week non-conference games, Ball State (8-23, 5-4 MAC) resumes Mid-American Conference play with a three-game series against Buffalo (7-23, 0-9 MAC).
Ball State (7-23) was one out away from a victory over its in-state rival Purdue until the unimaginable happened.
With the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth, shortstop T.J. Baumet was hit by a pitch from Warriors pitcher Daniel Puckett, bringing in the winning run.
After coughing up the lead in the ninth inning to Purdue on Tuesday, Ball State got a come from behind 2-1 victory against Indiana Tech Wednesday.
The last time Ball State tallied 13 runs was on May 13 last season in a 13-10 win over Ohio in the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
Entering Sunday's double-header, true freshman Kenny Mahala had just three RBIs on the season.
After posting wins in its first two Mid-American Conference series of the season, Ball State looks to take another against East division foe Bowling Green (9-15, 3-3 MAC) in a three-game weekend series at Ball Diamond.
A superb pitching performance and a couple of runs sprinkled in between gave Bowling Green (10-15, 4-3 MAC) a 2-0 victory in game one of three versus Ball State (6-21, 4-3 MAC).
After taking two of three games from Mid-American Conference foe Miami over the weekend, Ball State (6-19, 4-2 MAC) will go head-to-head in a mid-week non-conference game with in-state rival Indiana State (15-10, 0-0) of the Missouri Valley Conference today.
The midweek matchup between Ball State and Indiana State resulted in a 5-3 win for Indiana State.
The thought of a complete game never crossed the mind of Ball State pitcher Cal Bowling.
The second of three games between Ball State and Miami turned into a slugfest with the RedHawks outdueling the Cardinals.
Ball State claimed a series finale 6-3 win over Mid-American Conference foe Miami, giving the Cardinals a 2-1 series victory over the weekend.
Ball State (5-18) scored the first run of the game when freshman infielder Kenny Mahala drove an RBI single up the middle, scoring junior second baseman Mitch Widau from third base.
After a successful series against Ohio last weekend, Ball State (4-18, 2-1) hits the road for the first time in Mid-American Conference play this weekend as it travels to Oxford, Ohio, for a three-game series with the MAC East division leading Miami RedHawks (12-12, 3-0) at McKie Field.