Former Saginaw Heritage and Michigan State University standout Jeff Kinley is making all-star games a regular part of his minor league baseball schedule. For the second straight season, Kinley earned an all-star spot and for the second straight season came through with a scoreless appearance.
Michigan State baseball head coach Jake Boss Jr., announced that utility player Andrew Morrow will be joining the Spartans in the fall of 2018. Morrow is a utility player from Omaha, Nebraska (Creighton Preparatory School/Fort Scott CC).
Michigan State junior pitcher Riley McCauley was selected in the 14th round of the 2018 Major League Baseball Draft on Wednesday.McCauley was selected in the 14th round (pick number 428 overall) by the Chicago Cubs. This marks the third-straight year that a Spartan has been drafted by the Cubs, joining Dakota Mekkes (2016) & Brandon Hughes (2017).
Michigan State baseball head coach Jake Boss Jr. announced the winners of the 2018 team awards on Thursday, May 31. All of the awards were voted on by the players with the exception of the Offensive Player of the Year award, which is based on various statistical data over the course of the season.
Nearly half of the members of the Michigan State baseball team will be competing in summer baseball leagues around the country. Click through for a complete listing of MSU players competing in summer leagues along with links to the web pages and twitter handles of their respective teams and leagues.
After the field of 64 was announced on Memorial Day, Michigan State baseball has now missed the NCAA tournament for the sixth consecutive year. Their last appearance came in 2012 when they finished with a 37-23 mark and a semifinal showing in the Big Ten tournament. Two days after being ousted by Indiana, the Spartans heard their name on Selection Monday. Since then, it’s been a rocky stretch for MSU.
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Eighth-seeded Michigan State fell to fifth-seeded Indiana, in a heart-breaking 6-5 loss in 10 innings, Thursday afternoon in an elimination game of the Big Ten Baseball Tournament at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska.
Eighth-seeded Michigan State gave top-seeded and regular-season champion Minnesota, the 12th-ranked team in the country, all it could handle and more, but the Spartans came up short in a 3-2 loss Wednesday in the first round of the Big Ten Baseball Tournament at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska.
MSU is making its fourth Big Ten Tournament appearance in the last five seasons, only missing last year (although this season wasn’t the best either) and it’s the Spartans 14th time making the tournament in school history. Unfortunately, Michigan State did finish last in the tourney standings, so they get to take on the 12th-ranked Minnesota Gophers in the first round starting later tonight at 6 p.m.
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Michigan State baseball had three players recognized by the Big Ten Conference with postseason awards announced Tuesday afternoon by the league office, prior to Wednesday’s start of the B1G Baseball Tournament at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska.
Michigan State will take on 12th-ranked Minnesota in the first round of the Big Ten Baseball Tournament on Wednesday, May 23 at 6 p.m. ET at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska.
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Michigan State baseball will be the No. 8 seed in the upcoming Big Ten Baseball Tournament, which will be held May 23-27 at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb.
Michigan State baseball clinched the No. 8 spot in next week’s Big Ten Tournament in Omaha, Neb., with an 8-3 victory for MSU over Ohio State Saturday afternoon at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field, completing Saturday’s Senior Day celebrations.
Michigan State baseball got a pair of home runs from Chad Roskelly and Adam Proctor combined with solid pitching from Mason Erla and Mitchell Tyranski to boost the Spartans to a 6-2 victory over Ohio State Friday afternoon at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field. Bryce Kelley also broke the MSU single-season stolen base record, with his 31st of the season.
Michigan State’s ninth-inning rally came up inches short Thursday afternoon in the opening game of a three-game series with Ohio State at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field in a dramatic, back-and-forth ballgame, 10-8.
Michigan State baseball hosts Ohio State in a three-game Big Ten Conference series at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field to close out regular-season action Thursday-Saturday, May 17-19.
When the Spartans take their home field Thursday for the final regular-season series of the season, they’ll find themselves in win-or-else mode.
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The Spartans biggest goal right now should be to extend their season as much as they can. Michigan State is currently ninth in the conference standings (tied with Maryland for the eighth seed) which means they are out of the Big Ten tournament as of now. The top eight teams in the conference will, of course, make it and have a shot at winning it.
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Michigan State baseball opens its final week of regular-season action with its final in-state midweek game, at in-state foe Central Michigan on Tuesday, May 15. First pitch between the Spartans and Chippewas is slated for 4:05 p.m. from CMU’s Bill Theunissen Stadium in Mount Pleasant.
Michigan State baseball battled No. 16 Minnesota tough Sunday afternoon before falling 3-1, in the rubber match of the three-game series at the Gophers’ Siebert Field.