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Gray tosses one-hit shutout Sunday

STARKVILLE  - Three Mississippi State pitchers combined for a one-hit shutout in Mississippi State’s fourth intersquad scrimmage of the fall Sunday afternoon at Dudy Noble Field. Gray edged Maroon by a final of 1-0 in the five-inning exhibition. True freshman right-hander Jesse

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Diamond Dogs host first fall scrimmage

Great defense and timely pitching highlighted Mississippi State baseball’s first fall intersquad scrimmage Tuesday night at Dudy Noble Field. The seven-inning affair ended in a 2-2 tie. “I thought we had several pitchers come in today and do very well,”

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Cohen preps for fall practice

Mississippi State head coach John Cohen will conduct the team’s first intrasquad scrimmage Tuesday afternoon. Check out what Cohen had to say about the Diamond Dogs as they prepare for fall practice. Opening Statement: Cohen: “We’ve been going now for

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Cohen signs another top class

Mississippi State coach John Cohen welcomes the No. 6 recruiting class to campus this fall according to Collegiate Baseball. A dozen of the Diamond Dogs 16 member signing class were All-Americans on the high school or junior college level. Nine

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Stricklin, Cohen talk Dudy Noble Field renovations

Mississippi State athletic director Scott Stricklin and head baseball coach John Cohen discuss the $40 million renovation plans for Dudy Noble Field. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vg3qhPz-jk[/youtube]

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$40 million renovation planned for Dudy Noble Field

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  Dudy Noble Field will be getting a facelift. One of the most recognizable venues in college baseball, Mississippi State’s home stadium will receive a $40 million upgrade which will include a double-tiered grandstand, 50 skyboxes, berm seating and a

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Patience pays off for Laster

Two of Lucas Laster's four starts came in the postseason for Mississippi State. (AP Photo/Hal Yeager)

STARKVILLE – Not many Mississippi State fans were familiar with Lucas Laster before his start in the Governor’s Cup in mid April. After all, the junior college transfer had pitched in just four games prior. But Laster did enough in his

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A Heck of an opportunity

Seth Heck started the final 55 games for Mississippi State at shortstop this past spring. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)

STARKVILLE – Seth Heck seemed to be a mainstay in Mississippi State’s lineup starting 55 games during his initial season in the program. But Heck had to wait for his opportunity at shortstop. The Bulldogs tried both Matthew Britton and

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Humphreys happy to be at MSU

Reid Humphreys made 15 starts as a true freshman this past season. (Bill Simmonds/ Mississippi State)

Reid Humphreys is the younger brother of Tyler Moore of the Washington Nationals. Last year, Humphreys had the opportunity to join his brother in professional baseball when the Nationals selected him in the 36th round of the MLB Draft. However,

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Cohen talks MLB Draft, summer plans

Mississippi State skipper John Cohen held his end of the season press conference on Thursday to recap the season, discuss the MLB Draft and what he hopes to see from his players this summer. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdsZ06Dx_TY[/youtube]

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Postgame interviews: Louisiana-Lafayette

Mississippi State’s season came to a close Monday night losing in the finals of the Lafayette Regional. Find out what John Cohen, Brett Pirtle, Jacob Lindgren and C.T. Bradford had to say as they reflected back on the game and

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