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Stratton strikes out two in MLB debut

Memorial Day 2016 will be a day Chris Stratton never forgets. The former Tupelo and Mississippi State standout made his Major League debut for the San Francisco Giants on Monday after being called up from Triple-A Sacramento over the weekend.

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Cohen reacts to MSU’s national seeding

Mississippi State was named the No. 6 national seed for the NCAA Tournament on Monday. Bulldogs’ head coach John Cohen reacts to the news as well as MSU’s regional opponents Southeast Missouri State, Louisiana Tech and Cal State Fullerton.

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Bulldogs earn first ever national seed

Dudy Noble Field

Mississippi State has accomplished a lot in its storied baseball program. But the Bulldogs have never been a national seed – at least until now. MSU was selected as the No. 6 national seed when the NCAA Tournament bracket was

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Starkville selected as NCAA Regional host site

Dudy Noble Field

Postseason baseball is returning to one of college baseball’s most storied venues. Starkville and Dudy Noble Field were selected as one of 16 venues to host NCAA Regionals beginning on Friday. SEC Champion Mississippi State will learn if it is

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Houston voted to SEC All-Tournament team

Mississippi State junior Zac Houston was voted to the SEC All-Tourmament team for his stellar pitching performance in the Bulldogs’ 4-1 over Alabama. Houston made his fifth start and first against an SEC opponent this season firing an absolute gem,

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Stratton headed to The Show

By John L. Pitts Daily Journal Chris Stratton is headed to The Show. The former Tupelo High School and Mississippi State ace, a first-round draft pick in 2012, got the call early Saturday to join up with the San Francisco

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Gators run-rule, eliminate MSU

  HOOVER, Ala., – Top-seeded Mississippi State was presented its trophy for winning the regular season Southeastern Conference championship on Wednesday. But a new team will be hoisting some hardware following Sunday’s SEC Tournament championship game after the Bulldogs were

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Live from the Hoover Met

Hoover Metropolitan Stadium

It’s another night at the Hoover Met, one that will hopefully get me in bed before 2-3 a.m. which is the schedule I’ve been on the last two days. Either Florida or Mississippi State faces elimination tonight with the winner

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Bulldogs in Baseball

Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter watches his team play the Tampa Bay Rays during the first inning of a baseball game Wednesday, April 27, 2016, in St. Petersburg, Fla. (AP Photo/Steve Nesius)

Mississippi State currently has 25 former players or 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. Corey Dickerson Position: Left field Team: Tampa Bay

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State’s winning streak snapped by LSU

  HOOVER, Ala., – Top-seeded Mississippi State saw its 12-game winning streak come to a screeching halt in the early morning hours on Friday. The Bulldogs were buzzed 6-2 by an LSU squad that has won 14 of its last

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Live from the Hoover Met

Hoover Metropolitan Stadium

Tonight should be a fun one as two of the hottest teams in all of college baseball square off in the SEC Tournament as Mississippi State and LSU hook up once again. It’ll be a late one as we close

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