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Mississippi State coach Chris Lemonis checked in with the media prior to the Bulldogs' practice on Saturday. Lemonis shared some thoughts on the Omaha experience so far, the match-up against Auburn and an update on relief pitcher Jack Eagan. 

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STARKVILLE – After guiding the Mississippi State men's team to its third-highest point total in school history at the 2019 NCAA Outdoor Championships earlier this month, Chris Woods has been named head coach of the Bulldog men's and women's track and field teams, Director of Athletics John C…

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Mississippi State senior right fielder Elijah MacNamee shares his feelings on hitting a home run in his final at bat at Dudy Noble Field and the social media buzz and controversy it created. MacNamee also talks about his vow last year to return to the College World Series and win a national …

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Mississippi State coach Chris Lemonis discusses the Bulldogs' opening opponent at the College World Series Auburn as well as his pitching plans for that game. Lemonis also gives an update on the status of pitchers JT Ginn and Jack Eagan. 

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Mississippi State added its second offensive line commitment of the day on Tuesday as three-star tackle Grant Jackson chose the Bulldogs hours after Sebastien Dolcine.

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Mississippi State punched its 11th ticket to the College World Series with an 8-1 victory over Stanford on a electric Sunday evening at Dudy Noble Field. Head coaches Chris Lemonis and David Esquer spoke after the game along with MSU players Dustin Skelton, Jake Mangum and Peyton Plumlee and…

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STARKVILLE – An NCAA suspension prevented Peyton Plumlee from being part of Mississippi State’s magical run to the College World Series in 2018.

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No. 3 Mississippi State claimed Game 1 of the Starkville Super Regional with a 6-2 win over No. 4 Stanford on Saturday night. Head coaches Chris Lemonis and David Esquer gave their comments after the game along with MSU players Dustin Skelton, Ethan Small and Josh Hatcher and Stanford player…

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STARKVILLE – The outcome could have been much, much different for No. 3 Mississippi State in the opening game of the Starkville Super Regional on Saturday night.

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Mississippi State currently has 45 former players and signees active in professional baseball this season. Each week Logan Lowery of the Daily Journal takes a look at their performances. Check out how the former Diamond Dogs are doing.

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Stanford visits Mississippi State for the Starkville Super Regional this weekend with the winner advancing to the College World Series. Cardinal head coach David Esquer talks about his team entering Game 1 along with junior catcher Maverick Handley and junior pitcher Will Matthiessen. 

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Mississippi State head coach Chris Lemonis fields questions from the media alongside junior pitcher Ethan Small and senior outfielder Elijah MacNamee on Friday prior to the start of the Starkville Super Regional against Stanford. 

After sweeping through the Starkville regional, No. 6 national seed Mississippi State (49-13, 20-10) gets the benefit of hosting Stanford (45-12, 22-7) in the super regional round. That means the Bulldogs are just two wins on their home turf away from their second trip to Omaha in as many years.

AUSTIN, Texas • Mississippi State made history on Wednesday night at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Sophomore Anderson Peters defended his national title in the javelin while leading his teammates to the first sweep of the podium in the event since 1964.

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Mississippi State senior center fielder Jake Mangum comments on the atmosphere he expects for his final series at Dudy Noble Field and what it was like to be drafted by the New York Mets for the second straight year.

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Mississippi State junior pitcher Ethan Small speaks about being drafted in the first round of the MLB Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers.

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After seeing pitcher Ethan Small go in the first round Monday night to the Milwaukee Brewers, two more Mississippi State players were picked on Day 2 of the MLB Draft on Tuesday.

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Mississippi State advanced to its fourth straight super regional by defeating Miami 5-2 on Sunday night and thus sweeping the Starkville Regional. Head coaches Chris Lemonis and Gino DiMare discussed the game along with MSU players Peyton Plumlee, Jake Mangum and Rowdey Jordan and Hurricanes…

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The Major League Baseball Draft gets underway tonight with several area standouts expected to hear their name called over the next three days.

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