The MSU Maroon And Gray Teams Tie 6-6

In the second scrimmage of the fall, the Mississippi State baseball Maroon and Gray teams tied 6-6.
October 15, 2016

Kruger Inks Last-Day Deal

Mississippi State was within minutes of celebrating a reasonably-modest damage draft season. Then Jack Kruger threw a late breaking curve.
July 15, 2016

Diamond Dog Summer Assignments

A total of 22 Diamond Dogs have found their summer spots to play ball. And since half of them are headed there, maybe the Cape Cod League can be called Dudy Noble Field-North for a couple of months?
June 14, 2016

State Judging Draft Looking to 2017

It was a proud program moment when a record number of Diamond Dogs went drafted over the weekend. Now though the aftermath is evaluating who will take the money and run; who may stay around; and how the recruiting class has been impacted.
June 13, 2016

State Has Modern-Day Record for Drafted Dogs

UPDATED: Add three more varsity Bulldogs to the drafted list, bringing the total to a modern-day record of ten. LHP Vance Tatum went in the 18th round, #553 overall, to Kansas City. Three picks later it was RHP Austin Sexton going #556 in the same round to St. Louis. And in round 20, C Jack Kruger was drafted by Los Angeles’ Angels at #606.
June 11, 2016

Rooker Prepared for Eventful Weekend

One will have to forgive Mississippi State sophomore Brent Rooker if he is a little late returning calls and texts this weekend. With a chance to lead his team to college baseball's promised land of Omaha, Nebraska and the possibility of being selected in the Major League Baseball draft, #19 has a few irons in the proverbial fire. Having the chance to play baseball at the highest levels is the dream of most Diamond Dawgs, but Rooker reports his team is doing their best to keep their focus.
June 9, 2016

Draft Days Prime Time for Bulldogs

A year ago no varsity Diamond Dogs were called in the Major League draft. That will turn-around entirely here in 2016.
June 8, 2016

"Dangerous" Dogs Can Wait to Celebrate

Truly, one couldn’t find a better bunch on campus, around town, representing their families and University and state. At least, until these Diamond Dogs step between the lines. Then? “That’s a dangerous group of kids,” Coach John Cohen said. “They want it bad.”
June 6, 2016