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Mississippi State University's Dudy Noble Field has been home to so many Bulldog fan favorites. Brent Rooker, an MSU alumni and former baseball Bulldog, is now advancing in his baseball career as a player for the Minnesota Twins, after getting called into the major leagues back in September …

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From the rubber ​Christian MacLeod, a redshirt freshman pitcher from Huntsville, Alabama, controlled the game for the Mississippi State University baseball team on the Saturday game against Wright State, where they won 6-2. 

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Moving from a 2,500 capacity baseball stadium at Southeastern Louisiana University to Dudy Noble Field, which holds close to 15,000 spectators, Carlisle Koestler will take the mound as the oldest player on the Mississippi State University roster. 

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Every January, the Mississippi State University baseball team comes together with the sound of aluminum bats pinging and the smacking of red seamed baseballs hitting leather gloves. 

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Mississippi State University’s baseball team arrived in Omaha, Nebraska with a fire lit under them, as it was the second year in a row for the Diamond Dawgs to reach the College World Series. 

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A crowd of 13,132 people, once rowdy in response to Mississippi State University's lead of five runs over Stanford University, fell to complete silence as "Enter Sandman" by Metallica blared over the speakers and as Jack Eagan, a junior left handed pitcher from Wautoma, Wisconsin, lay on the…

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A slow grounder tapped to the pitcher and a striding Jake Mangum raced down the first base line. The senior center fielder from Pearl beat out the throw, snapping his hitless streak in the most Jake Mangum way possible with hustle, effort and relentless determination. The hit sparked a Missi…

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A rubber chicken hung from the dugout ceiling while players took turns throwing punches at it like a punching bag. The players from Central Michigan University tossed a football to warm up before the game. Midway through the game, a CMU player slid on a Santa Claus mask to pump up the crowd.

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A two-run homer in the top of the seventh inning bounced off the glove of Rowdey Jordan, a junior left fielder from Auburn, Alabama, tying the game and leaving Jordan staring at his glove in disbelief.

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A fastball on the outside of the plate was belted to the right center field wall by Elijah MacNamee, a senior right fielder from Cypress, Texas, driving in two runs to give the Diamond Dawgs a go-ahead lead off of a double. A lead they would hold onto to as they would win 10-9 over The Unive…

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The white smoke bellowed out of the Mississippi State University baseball logo on the scoreboard, blending in with the grey clouds behind it. A train whistle then blew, signaling more offensive production for Mississippi State University.

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A cutter left over the plate followed by the sweet motion of a swing propelling the ball over the center field wall, scored the go ahead runs as No. 6 Mississippi State University (28-6) won 7-5 over the University of South Alabama (14-18). 

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With the crack of a bat and a ball hit to right field, Jake Mangum, a senior centerfielder from Pearl, passed Jeffrey Rea, a player from 2004-2007, in career hits in Mississippi State University history. 

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A night filled with 21 runs and 19 hits for No. 5 Mississippi State University (25-5) started in a bang with Tanner Allen, a sophomore infielder from Theodore, Alabama. Allen hit a solo home run to cap off a seven-run inning leading MSU to a comfortable 21-8 win over the University of Louisi…

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In a land below the Mason Dixon line, football season is the time of year people of all ages look forward to. College football is the main attraction for fans covering the southeastern portion of the U.S.; however, there is a spot on the southern map where college baseball is coveted and the…

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No. 2 Mississippi State University's head coach Chris Lemonis told third baseman Justin Foscue he did not fear his swing when he got here. However, the whole SEC has something to fear in Foscue’s swing, as his two home runs helped MSU get a 6-5 win over Louisiana State University. 

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Mississippi State University's (22-3, 4-2 SEC) fans chanted "Rowdey, Rowdey" as Rowdey Jordan, a sophomore infielder from Auburn, Alabama, stood on second base. Jordan provided one of the many sparks that gave MSU the 20-15 win to secure the series' victory.

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A crowd of 12,343 fans witnessed the clobbering of Auburn University (20-3, 4-1 SEC) as Mississippi State University (21-3, 3-2 SEC) scored 15 runs on 20 hits in a 15-2 annihilation to take game two of the series.

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The final out was called as the disappointment from the 10,029 fans could be heard from the Sanderson parking lot as Mississippi State University (20-3, 2-2 SEC) lost its third game of the year to Auburn University (20-2, 4-0 SEC) by a score of 6-5 Friday night.

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For baseball fans, when a player struggles or has a bad game after consistently crushing the competition it is a telling moment. On the flip side, other players who start off rocky, can break through with their talent shining for all to see.

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They were dominant on the mound, on the base paths and in hitting as No. 7 Mississippi State University (14-1) crushed the University of Maine (0-12) in a double header March 8 by final scores of 9-2 and 5-1. 

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Mississippi State University (8-1) is off to a hot start on both offense and defense, as they have averaged 8.8 runs per game and only given up 1.7 runs per game.

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Before Spencer Price, a sophomore pitcher from Ocean Springs, took the mound in last Saturday’s game against Youngstown State University (0-3), it had been a year since he had last pitched in Dudy Noble for No.14 Mississippi State University (4-0).

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A gloomy afternoon with clouds blanketing the Mississippi sky was not enough to keep the Mississippi State University and the Youngstown State University fans from supporting their teams in the MSU home opener. MSU swept the opening weekend.

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Opening day of baseball means the sights and sounds of America’s past time, and Mississippi State University's pride and joy return, as the players put on their uniforms with the classic M over S.

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The chilly air took a time out for the Mississippi State University Baseball team to make their spring debut for the 2019 media day. Sunshine poured over the bright and shiny new Dudy Noble Stadium, illuminating the new arena and a motivated college baseball family.

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It's the taste of hot dogs grilling under the hot Mississippi sun; it's the wall of smoke rolling across the outfield from the Left Field Lounge; it's the smell of fresh-cut grass in the early spring. As the next season of baseball steps up to the plate at the newly renovated Dudy Noble Fiel…

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As first reported by the Starkville Daily News on Sept. 2, Luke Hancock, a freshman baseball player from Houston, Mississippi, was arrested the night of Sept. 1 for a domestic violence charge. Due to holiday on Monday, the open records request was not able to be filled until Tuesday.

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Mississippi State University Bulldogs reached the final four of the College World Series, and within two days of elimination, they announced a new head coach in a press release from the Athletic Department after a press conference today.

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The great sound of silence filled the air as Mississippi State University defeated Vanderbilt en route to their 10th College World Series appearance. No more whistlers for the rest of the season and all the baseball fans rejoiced.

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After four games into the season, I left a ballpark in downtown Jackson without knowing the direction of two things. The first being a baseball team, who had just fired their head coach and named Gary Henderson as interim; the second being my way to my grandparents' house in Jackson.

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The Mississippi State University baseball team was none other than super this weekend, as MSU (22-19, 8-10 SEC) swept No. 3 University of Arkansas (28-13, 10-8 SEC) in their first three-game sweep of the season during the 33rd annual Super Bulldog Weekend.

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Mississippi State University (19-16, 4-8 SEC) is coming off of its first SEC series win over in-state rivals the University of Mississippi. Head coach Gary Henderson said the team needs to make a quick and focused turnaround going into the weekend at Auburn University.

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Mississippi State University (17-16, 4-8 SEC) had failed to win a single SEC series coming into a rubber match on Sunday against the University of Mississippi (27-6. 7-5 SEC). They went to the 11th inning in order to decide the series, but MSU won it 7-5.

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It was a cold Saturday afternoon when Mississippi State University (16-16, SEC 3-8) took on No. 3 University of Mississippi (27-5, SEC 7-4) in a double header after the Friday game was postponed due to inclement weather, and the team jumped out to win 13-3.

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Mississippi State University (15-15, 2-7 SEC) shutout Southern University (7-19, 5-7 SWAC) 5-0 on a chilly spring Wednesday night at Dudy Noble Field. The Bulldogs used eight pitchers to defeat the visiting Jaguars, while only giving up five hits.

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Mississippi State University (12-10,0-3 SEC) came into their matchup with Texas Southern University (7-14, 4-1 SWAC) with the goal of starting a winning streak.

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Mississippi State University (11-10 ,0-3 SEC) met Alcorn State University (6-13, 1-5 SWAC) in a Tuesday night midweek showdown at Dudy Noble field. Zach Neff, a transfer senior from Belleville, Illinois, got the start.

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On a rainy Friday evening, No. 19 Mississippi State University (10-10, 0-3 SEC) got a taste of SEC play when they faced No. 11 Vanderbilt University (15-5, 3-0 SEC) for their SEC opening weekend series.

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After a blowout 9-1 win Tuesday night at the new Dudy Noble Field, the No. 21 Mississippi State University Bulldogs (8-5) and graduate transfer Zach Neff looked to make it five straight wins Wednesday night against the New Mexico State University Aggies (8-6) in the final game of a two-game series.

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Twenty years from now, when the trivia question, "What pitcher was awarded the first win in the new Dudy Noble Field?" is asked, the answer will be Mississippi State University sophomore Cole Marsh.

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On a little whiteboard the words honesty, integrity, competitiveness, and men not boys are written. The signatures of every Mississippi State University baseball player were left on the board from the last time they were in Starkville.

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On Wednesday night, Mississippi State University baseball (1-3) played at Jackson State University (1-1), but the game was not the story of the night, as MSU dominated JSU on the way to a 12-1 win.

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After multiple reports surfaced on Monday night, Mississippi State University made the official statement, Andy Cannizaro is no longer MSU baseball head coach."I had a wonderful opportunity at Mississippi State, but unfortunately I made some poor decisions," Cannizaro said in a press release…

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Mississippi State University bought into first-year head coach Andy Cannizaro, and it paid off with a gritty win in the Hattiesburg Regional. After losing to LSU in the Super Regional to end 2017, MSU has one goal in mind heading into 2018: Omaha.

 

 

 

 

 

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