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IU welcomes Ball State for Big Ten break

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Two days removed from driving in 26 runs to avoid a Michigan sweep and open the Big Ten last weekend, the Hoosiers (13-13) look to keep the offense rolling in a 3 p.m. matchup at Sembower Field against in-state rival Ball State Cardinals (11-15).



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IU brings winning record to Big Ten action

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Crediting the mental toughness of his players, IU coach Tracy Smith said he’s plenty proud of his squad as it heads into its first series of the Big Ten schedule this weekend at Sembower Field.


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Out of Left Field

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Louisville outfielder Kyle Grieshaber probably didn’t think much of the small seating area behind him in left field prior to Tuesday’s game against the IU baseball team. But afterwards, the freshman surely knew about “Tracy’s Terrace,” thanks to about 15 people stationed along the Sembower Field fence, just yards from where he stood.


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IU faces rematch with No. 8 Louisville

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Coming off an undefeated home stand and with Big Ten conference play right around the corner, the Hoosiers (12-10) will get another shot to take down one of the best teams in college baseball as they face No. 8 Louisville (20-3) at 3:05 p.m. today at Sembower Field.


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Dickerson powers IU to perfect weekend

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Not a game goes by where sophomore outfielder Alex Dickerson doesn’t silence those questioning his impressive freshman campaign and puts to rest the talk of a possible “sophomore slump” in 2010.



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Sweet Home Indiana

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A day removed from a loss at Morehead State that totaled 35 runs by both clubs, the IU baseball team didn’t lose a thing at the plate in its first home game of the 2010 season. Six home runs, a school record-tying, five-hit day for junior first baseman Jerrud Sabourin and a clinching five-run seventh inning produced a 17-8 winning effort for the Hoosiers (10-10) at Sembower Field.


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Baseball team welcomes Xavier for home opener

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After a long road trip, the IU baseball team is returning to comfortable surroundings. The Hoosiers (9-10) play their first contest at Sembower Field after 19 consecutive away games against the Xavier Musketeers (4-15) today.




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Leininger, Johnson shine in break battles

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Coming into the RussMatt Central Florida Invitational, the Hoosiers boasted a 4-8 record. The team was fresh off two games against both Vanderbilt and Louisville, two of the better teams in the nation, and played them very well despite the final result ending in a loss. A breakout was right around the corner.


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Louisville powers past IU, 9-7

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For the second-straight game, the IU baseball team had a ranked foe on the ropes, only to watch a late surge slap a tally in the loss column.



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Sabourin emerges as double threat

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Despite IU junior Jerrud Sabourin making the biggest impact in the 2010 season for the Hoosiers with his bat, the innings he pitched Sunday against Vanderbilt were a big reason the Hoosiers took the ranked Commodores to extra innings.



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IU up to bat in Music City

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The Hoosiers will travel to Nashville, Tenn., this weekend for the Music City Classic after taking one out of three games at the Big Ten/Big East Challenge. IU (2-5) will face Illinois State (4-3) and Kent State (4-2) before rounding out the weekend with Vanderbilt (7-1) on Sunday.


The IU baseball team readies for another inning during the first game of the Cream and Crimson World Series October 8, 2008 at Sembower Field.

Big Ten/Big East Challenge awaits Hoosiers

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During the 2010 season’s first four games, the IU baseball team’s starting pitching staff averaged less than three innings of work per game. That number has to change, IU head coach Tracy Smith said, in time for the Hoosiers’ three-game trip this weekend for the Big Ten/Big East Challenge.