The Ball State Cardinals (36-17, 20-5 MAC) finished their regular season Saturday with a three-game win streak over the Toledo Rockets (17-36, 4-21 MAC) at the First Merchants Ballpark Complex.
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Editor's note: The previous version of this story said that 16 teams were selected to go to each district's regional. This number is should have been 32 teams. It has since been changed to the correct number.
The Ball State Cardinals (33-17, 17-5 MAC) swept the Ohio Bobcats (16-30, 10-13 MAC) at the Ball Diamond at First Merchants Ballpark Complex this weekend in a series of three games which included the third no-hitter in school history.
The Ball State Cardinals (30-16, 14-5 MAC) and the Purdue Boilermakers (19-28, 7-10 Big 10) went head to head at Alexander Field in West Lafayette, Indiana.
The Ball State Cardinals (28-15, 12-4 MAC) won two of the three games against the Northern Illinois Huskies (14-29, 10-8 MAC) to put the Cardinals toward the top of the Mid-American Conference standings this past weekend at the Ralph McKinzie Field in DeKalb, Illinois.
Coming into the series finale Sunday between Ball State (28-15, 12-4 MAC) and Bowling Green (13-26, 6-12 MAC), all signs pointed toward a high-scoring, back-and-forth game.
Sophomore Drey Jameson’s 12 strikeouts helps Ball State Baseball (26-15, MAC 10-4) hand Bowling Green (13-24, MAC 6-10) its eighth loss in its last nine games.
“The kid has a great future in baseball.”
Editor's note: It was previously reported that Ball State had lost 12 consecutive games to Indiana. This story has since been updated as Ball State has lost eight in a row against Indiana.
In efforts to avoid the predicted bad weather for Sunday, Ball State and Eastern Michigan played two on Saturday afternoon.
Sophomore Drey Jameson’s efforts on the mound along with senior John Ricotta’s strength at the plate hand Ball State Baseball (22-11, MAC 6-2) a victory over Eastern Michigan (7-26-1, MAC 2-8), 3-2.
As a child, you’re taught to aim high in most facets of life, but there are some exceptions.
Ball State (21-11, 5-2 MAC) took down Butler (17-13, 1-2 Big East) 12-5 Tuesday behind the performance of a four-man pitching staff.
As Ball State head coach Rich Maloney put it, the baseball season is like the stock market; it goes up, and it comes down.
Redshirt junior catcher Chase Sebby rushed out of class and arrived at Ball Diamond at First Merchant’s Ballpark Complex about 30 minutes before first pitch. He didn’t even have time to take pregame batting practice.
After getting rained out Saturday and snowed out Sunday, Ball State (18-9, 4-0 MAC) woke up Monday to some better news. According to the Collegiate Baseball Division I poll, the Cardinals were ranked 28th in the nation, and they showed why in their 12-5 win over Indiana Kokomo (24-10, 12-3 RSC).
It took 13 innings, but Ball State (17-9, 4-0 MAC) walked away from Friday’s contest with Kent State (10-14, 1-3 MAC) with a 9-8 win, bringing the Cardinals’ win streak to eight games.
Ball State head baseball coach Rich Maloney has an autographed ball in a glass case. Not a baseball, but a basketball. It was a gift from a friend. That friend is John Beilein, head basketball coach at the University of Michigan.