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JT Ginn retired the first six batters he faced on Friday, four via a strikeout. [Read More]
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Two of the nation's top teams squared off on Thursday night with Vanderbilt winning a 1-0 pitching duel with Mississippi State at the SEC Tournament.... [Read More]
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Ethan Small certainly lived up to his billing as the Southeastern Conference Pitcher of the Year on Thursday night. [Read More]
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HOOVER, Ala. [Read More]
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At six hours, 43-minutes, it marked the longest game in SEC Tournament history and at 3:03 a.m. on Thursday morning a winner was finally declared. [Read More]
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At six hours, 43-minutes, it marked the longest game in SEC Tournament history and at 3:03 a.m. on Thursday morning a winner was finally declared. [Read More]
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There is not much left for No. 3 Mississippi State to prove this week at the SEC Baseball Tournament. [Read More]
The SEC baseball tournament begins this week, and what follows is the most visible time of year for college baseball. [Read More]
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A pair of Mississippi State pitchers headline the Southeastern Conference baseball awards this season. [Read More]
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Mississippi State kicked off Monday morning with a huge addition to its future backfield. [Read More]
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Looking Back... [Read More]
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Mississippi State bolstered its defensive line for the future on Sunday with the commitment of defensive end Davontae McCrae. [Read More]
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A pregame power outage at Dudy Noble Field did not seem to have any affect on South Carolina's offense. [Read More]
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