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Baseball is known as America’s “national pastime,” and at Ball State, that pastime has been around since 1920.
Ball State baseball has been represented in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft for the third straight year.
Ball State baseball gave up a run in the first inning of Friday's Mid-American Conference Tournament elimination game against Central Michigan and had to play catch-up the rest of the way.
From the start of Thursday's Mid-American Conference Tournament game between Ball State baseball and Miami (Ohio), it had the look of a long day in the making for Ball State.
Strong all-around performance leads Ball State baseball past Eastern Michigan in MAC Tournament opener
Ball State baseball used back-to-back three-run innings in the third and fourth to put its game against Eastern Michigan out of reach.
2-run home run in 8th inning lifts Ball State baseball past Western Michigan in regular-season finale
With the game tied 4-4 in the bottom of the eighth inning, Tim Blankenberger stepped to the plate and sent the first pitch of his only at-bat over the left-field wall for a 2-run shot.
Having won 10 of its last 13 games, Ball State baseball looks to have found its stride as the end of the regular season approaches.
Ball State and Northern Illinois gave fans a fair share of free baseball on Friday evening.
After the scrimmages and practice, the Ball State right-hander found out his plan for the upcoming summer.
Ball State baseball played its second extra-inning game of the week Sunday afternoon against Bowling Green, and this time, the Cardinals (19-19, 7-8 MAC) were able to pull out a 9-6 victory in 10 innings to win the series.
Ball State baseball let one slip away Friday afternoon as Bowling Green rallied to score five runs in the ninth inning, handing the Cardinals their third consecutive loss.
There isn’t one particular flaw that Ball State baseball (17-18, 5-7 MAC) can quite put its finger on. Flirting with a .500 record all season, the team will travel to Bowling Green (9-23, 4-6 MAC) this weekend, in hopes of getting over the hump.
In a 14-inning battle that lasted five and a half hours and featured 14 different pitchers, the Hoosiers walked off in the bottom of the 14th to secure a 9-8 victory.
After a wet weekend of baseball, Ball State fell to Miami 5-6 in the final matchup of the series Sunday afternoon.
Ball State baseball returns home this weekend to host a three-game series against Miami.
Using a variety of pitchers, Ball State baseball (16-15, 4-5 MAC) was able to pitch a 2-0 shutout at rival Purdue (15-13, 4-2 BIG TEN) on Tuesday in West Lafayette.
Jameson threw 136 pitches in the victory, only allowing five hits and eight total baserunners.
After dropping the first two games of the series to Eastern Michigan, Ball State baseball rebounded with a win in Ypsilanti on Sunday.
Runs were hard to come by in Friday’s game between Ball State baseball (14-14, 3-4 MAC) and Eastern Michigan (9-17, 4-3 MAC) in Ypsilanti.