Michigan State baseball player Brock Vradenburg was selected in the third round with the 78th overall pick by the Miami Marlins in the Major League Baseball Draft on Monday afternoon. Vradenburg’s third-round selection Monday combines with teammate Mitch Jebb’s second-round selection Sunday night to mark the first time that two Spartans were selected in the first three rounds of the June Amateur MLB Draft since 1969
Legendary Michigan State baseball head coach Danny Litwhiler, the all-time winningest head coach in Spartan baseball history, was joined by the all-time winningest head coach in Western Michigan baseball history, Fred Decker in making up the Class of 2023 inducted into the Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame. Decker and Litwhiler were inducted into the Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame at Jackson® Field™ on Friday, July 7, before the Lansing Lugnuts’ game against the Lake County Captains that night.
Michigan State baseball player Mitch Jebb was drafted in the second round with the 42nd overall pick by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the Major League Baseball Draft on Sunday night. Jebb becomes the Spartans’ highest draft selection since Mark Mulder was the No. 2 overall pick in the first round in the 1998 draft.
Brock Vradenburg added to his All-America award collection by being tabbed to D1Baseball’s Third-Team All-America list, announced by the publication. Vradenburg collects his fourth All-America honor, joining last week’s recognition from Baseball America. He was also named National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Third-Team All-America list as well as Third-Team All-America accolades from Collegiate Baseball earlier this month. Vradenburg also collected the NCBWA Region 5 Player of the Year award and was also named to the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)/Rawlings First-Team All-Midwest Region list.
Michigan State’s Brock Vradenburg was named to Baseball America’s Third-Team All-America list, announced by the publication. This is Vradenburg’s third All-America honor, as he was named National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Third-Team All-America list as well as Third-Team All-America accolades from Collegiate Baseball earlier this month.
Former Michigan State baseball player Kyle Bischoff has signed a free agent contract with the Minnesota Twins. After signing with the Twins, Bischoff was assigned to the Florida Complex League Twins, who are the Rookie-level affiliate of the Minnesota Twins, competing in the Florida Complex League of Minor League Baseball.
Michigan State’s Brock Vradenburg was named to Collegiate Baseball’s Third-Team All-America list, announced by the publication on Thursday. Vradenburg garnered MSU’s first All-America accolade since Mason Erla collected second team honors in 2020.
Eighth-seeded Michigan State battled fourth-seeded Nebraska and a crowd of over 5,300 mostly red-clad Husker fans tough, before falling Friday night in a 4-0 loss in the Big Ten Baseball Tournament at Charles Schwab Field Omaha.
Wyatt Rush came on in relief and closed the door on Rutgers while the Michigan State bats rallied the Spartans to a 6-4 Victory for MSU in the Big Ten Baseball Tournament as the eighth-seeded Spartans eliminated the fifth-seeded Scarlet Knights at Charles Schwab Field Omaha.
Six Michigan State baseball players garnered Big Ten Conference accolades as the conference office announced the league’s postseason awards ahead of the start of the B1G Baseball Tournament Tuesday.
For the first time since 2018, Michigan State baseball is in the Big Ten Tournament, and MSU will be the No. 8 seed, taking on regular-season champion and No. 1 seed Maryland in Game 3 of Tuesday’s opening day, with first pitch slated for 7 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. CT
For the first time since 2018, Michigan State baseball is headed to the Big Ten Tournament, and MSU will be the No. 8 seed in the B1G Tournament. The 41st Big Ten Conference Baseball Tournament will be held Tuesday-Sunday, May 23-28, at Charles Schwab Field Omaha (formerly TD Ameritrade Park) in Omaha, Neb., site of the NCAA Men’s College World Series.
For the first time since 2018, Michigan State baseball is headed to the Big Ten Tournament as the Spartans clinched a berth with a 7-6 Victory for MSU Friday night at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field.
Michigan State baseball head coach Jake Boss Jr. earned his 400th Victory for MSU in the Spartans’ 7-1 win over Ohio State Friday night at Jackson Field. Boss becomes just the third Michigan State baseball coach to reach 400 Victories for MSU
Michigan State baseball’s Brock Vradenburg has been named to the 2023 Golden Spikes Award Midseason Watch List, announced Wednesday by USA Baseball, continuing the process of identifying the top amateur baseball player in the country. The list features 45 of the nation’s best athletes from both college and high school baseball.
Bryan Broecker’s bat boosted Michigan State baseball to a 10-4 Victory for MSU at Rutgers, Saturday afternoon at RU’s Bainton Field, clinching the Big Ten Conference series. Broecker, the Spartans’ sophomore catcher, belted a grand slam in the fifth inning and a two-run double in the sixth inning, adding a single in the fourth to finish a triple shy of the cycle, ending the game 3-for-4 with six RBI and two runs scored.
Michigan State baseball beat Rutgers, 3-2, Friday afternoon at RU’s Bainton Field, spoiling the Scarlet Knights’ Big Ten Conference opener in a hard-fought pitcher’s duel. MSU won its third game in a row and the Spartans have won 10 of their last 11 in improving to 15-8 overall and 3-1 in B1G action.
Michigan State baseball used three home runs to earn a hard-fought 8-6 Victory for MSU at Western Michigan Tuesday afternoon at WMU’s Robert J. Bobb Stadium at Hyames Field, as the Spartans spoiled the Broncos home opener.
Michigan State baseball swept a Sunday doubleheader with Purdue, rallying for a 5-4 triumph in the first game before winning game two by a 12-6 score, at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field, to capture the Big Ten Conference opening series.
Michigan State baseball’s 2023 home opener initially didn’t get off to a good start, but the Spartans rallied for a celebratory finish, storming back from down 3-0 against Western Michigan for an 8-3 Victory for MSU Wednesday afternoon at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field.