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The IU baseball team couldn’t put the total package together in Florida
for eight games in eight days and finished with a 5-3 record.
IU (12-7) needs to carry its improved hitting back into the normal routine of the season, starting with a matchup against Ball State at 3 p.m. today in Muncie.
When the IU baseball team’s bus pulled into the Ball State’s Ball
Diamond parking lot 25 minutes prior to the first pitch Wednesday
afternoon, IU coach Tracy Smith made sure any excuse for a lack of
preparation would be left on the bus.
Unfortunately for Ball State (2-17), junior pitcher Drew Leininger did not stay on that bus.
IU’s home opener is at 1:05 p.m. Sunday against Evansville, but only as the finale in a three-game series with the Purple Aces.
Amid frigid temperatures and sunny skies at Sembower Field, the IU (14-8) baseball team split two games Sunday with the Evansville Purple Aces (11-8).
As the Big Ten portion of the Hoosiers’ season looms, IU coach Tracy Smith worked two extra midweek home games into the schedule beforehand, the first of which comes at 3:05 p.m. today against Northern Kentucky.
Getting off to fast starts is one of the points of emphasis for the IU
baseball team, as it stands two days away from its Big Ten opener
The Hoosiers (15-8) took a step in that direction Tuesday with a
four-run, four-hit opening frame in a 7-3 win against Division II
Northern Kentucky (12-9) at Sembower Field.
The IU baseball team scheduled Wednesday’s game against Shawnee State to get in some extra work before opening Big Ten play.
However, the Hoosiers got a lot more than they bargained for.
The IU baseball team leads the Big Ten in team fielding and stands third in the conference in team pitching.
As the IU baseball team (18-9, 2-1) left Ann Arbor, Mich., on Saturday after taking two out of three games from the Michigan Wolverines (7-18, 1-2), skipper Tracy Smith saw a different Hoosiers team.
The IU baseball team now can settle into a normal weekly routine.
Three IU errors and five hit batsmen told the story as IU (18-10) lost 6-1 to Miami (Ohio) (14-14) Tuesday in Oxford, Ohio.
Looking to rebound from a mistake-laden 6-1 loss to Miami (Ohio) on
Tuesday, the IU baseball team will take on Ohio State in a weekend
series beginning Friday at
Down to a final out with the bases loaded and trailing by three runs,
the IU baseball team stood on the cusp of losing its first Big Ten
series at home Sunday.
IU center fielder T.C. Knipp stepped to the plate.
The IU baseball team has passed the midway point of the 2011 season, and coach Tracy Smith has his eyes set on playing deep into the summer.
After IU gave up three runs in the top of the seventh inning, sophomore
second baseman Micah Johnson and senior outfielder T.C. Knipp batted in
three to cement a 6-3 win against Indiana State at Sembower Field.
Two series into the Big Ten season, IU baseball coach Tracy Smith has settled on most of his team’s lineup. One spot that remains unsettled, though, is the Sunday starting pitcher.
Behind a complete game from junior Blake Monar and an 11-strikeout outing from freshman Joey DeNato, the IU (23-12, 6-3) baseball team won its third straight Big Ten series to open up the conference season.
Fresh off their third straight conference series win last weekend after
taking two of three games from Iowa in Iowa City, the Hoosiers (23-12,
6-3) carry a new all-time hits leader and a Co-Big Ten Freshman of the
Week today to Louisville.
Through the first five innings in Tuesday’s baseball game between IU and Louisville, things were relatively quiet in the Bluegrass State.