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For the second-straight game, IU's starting pitcher put on a dominating performance.
Since returning home to Bloomington after 11 neutral site and road games to start the 2018 season, IU's offense has gone cold.
Starting pitching remains a sore spot for IU.
From the moment the ball left the bat of Cincinnati senior Connor McVey, it was apparent the inconsistent starting pitching for IU was back.
Indiana Daily Student baseball reporters Cameron Drummond and Stefan Krajisnik recap the first 11 games of the 2018 IU baseball season, including the team's recent series at San Diego.
Despite the most recent series against San Diego, IU fans have not been able to see the team in action. Most of what the fans know is based on radio broadcasts and box scores.
Very few people could have expected that Manchester Village Apartments would be a part of the storyline for IU baseball’s series finale at San Diego.
After extending their win streak to seven games on Friday, IU baseball got set for its first doubleheader of the season. Coming off an impressive 10-4 victory, the Hoosiers were unable to extend the win streak but still found a way to salvage one victory in two thrilling games.
IU baseball has been nearly perfect this season.
Few teams in college baseball are playing better than IU right now.
With a 6-1 record, IU baseball is off to its best start since 2003, and the national rankings are reflecting that.
IU junior starting pitcher Pauly Milto was named the Big Ten Pitcher of the Week on Monday, the conference announced in a press release.
Last weekend IU baseball was the team trying to get big wins against high RPI teams.
For the second time this season, junior starting pitcher Pauly Milto turned in a dominant performance on the mound that resulted in a shutout win for IU.
In a game which featured the first signature offensive performance of the season from junior utility player Matt Lloyd, it was the consistency of sophomore pitcher Cal Krueger that gave IU, 4-1 overall, its fourth-straight win.
Indiana Daily Student baseball reporters Stefan Krajisnik and Cameron Drummond recap the opening weekend of the IU baseball season and preview the team's tournament in Florida.
After closing its first tournament of the season with three straight wins, the Hoosiers will continue nonconference play this weekend in Florida.
While new offensive threats continue to emerge for IU, returning pitchers are still relied upon by IU Coach Chris Lemonis.
One spot IU baseball was uncertain about heading into the season was the leadoff role.
A day after dropping its opening game against Oklahoma, IU baseball trusted its co-captain to deliver the first win of the year.