STARKVILLE — Ron Polk’s arrival at Mississippi State in 1976 was anything but glamorous.
Mississippi State’s Chris Lemonis reflects on season’s sudden end on Tuesday’s Virtual Road Dawgs Tour
STARKVILLE — Chris Lemonis has had ample time to work on his swing, though not on a baseball diamond.
STARKVILLE — After tying a program record with 11 players selected in the 2019 MLB Draft, the next wave of Mississippi State players will become pros as soon as Wednesday night.
STARKVILLE — The MLB Draft has become an annual coronation of Mississippi State baseball in recent years.
Mississippi State coach Chris Lemonis sounds off on extra eligibility, scholarship limits, MLB draft in wake of coronavirus outbreak
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State baseball coach Chris Lemonis is getting antsy.
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State’s 2021 baseball roster got a little more crowded Monday as the NCAA offered extra eligibility to players affected by the outbreak of COVID-19.
Analysis: If Mississippi State’s JT Ginn misses major time, finding a replacement is far from simple
STARKVILLE — While opening weekend seemingly afforded plenty of answers to Mississippi State’s 2020 roster puzzle, a series win over Oregon State left a JT Ginn-sized hole in the Bulldogs’ pursuit of a third straight College World Series appearance.
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State’s bats connected with nothing but air for the majority of Friday’s weekend series opener against Oregon State at Dudy Noble Field.
‘The rest is history’: An inside look at the coaching carousel cycle that connects Mississippi State and Wright State
STARKVILLE — Chris Lemonis knew the time was right.
STARKVILLE — Along the right field wall of Shirley Povich Field are six numbers — 5, 7, 11, 21, 40 and 42.