Posted April 12, 2013 on
Mississippi State found a way Friday night on the road in Southeastern Conference baseball action. Thanks to strong starting pitching by Luis Pollorena, dominant closing by Jonathan Holder and Hunter Renfroe’s 11th home run of the year, the 16th-ranked Bulldogs knocked off Texas 3-2 in the opening-game of a three-game weekend series at Olsen Field.
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Mississippi State got another splendid pitching outing from senior right-hander Kendall Graveman. This time, the 16th-ranked Bulldogs also saw the offense join the party.
No. 16th ranked Mississippi State and Texas A&M tangle in a three-game Southeastern Conference series this weekend at Texas A&M.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State junior cornerback Justin Cox interview.
No. 24 Texas A&M was able to produce scoring opportunities with seven hits, including three doubles, and three walks, but the Aggies were haunted by three double plays in a 3-2 loss to the No. 16 Mississippi State Bulldogs on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park on Friday evening.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State junior center Dillon Day interview.
Included is an April 12, 2013 photo gallery of the work that has been done on the Mississippi State football stadium expansion.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State sophomore offensive guard Justin Malone interview.