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  1. MSU notebook: Pilkington savors long-awaited victory in OmahaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Commercial Dispatch

    A moment three years in the making was a lot for Konnor Pilkington to handle and it took him some time to find that handle. Once he found it, he finally did what he's wanted to do for three years: win at the College World Series.

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  2. Westburg drives in seven as Bulldogs rout Tar Heels in OmahaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Commercial Dispatch

    All was pointing up for Jordan Westburg as the middle of May approached. His batting average was on the rise, as was his playing time, and as was his Mississippi State baseball team's chances at a postseason bid.

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  3. Berkery adds former MLB pitcher Oswalt to staff at Starkville AcademyRead the original story

    Tuesday | Commercial Dispatch

    Berkery had been away from catching for a few years when Oswalt, a longtime pitcher with Major League Baseball's Houston Astros, called him and asked him if he would catch him in his bullpen sessions. Oswalt, who was traded from Houston to the Philadelphia Phillies in 2010, was trying to sharpen his skills in an effort to get back into the majors with the Texas Rangers.

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  4. Jordan gets back into legs to re-discover success at plateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Commercial Dispatch

    Consistent contact was on Jake Gautreau's mind when he suggested moving left fielder Rowdey Jordan to the No. 2 spot in the Mississippi State baseball team's lineup.

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  5. UNC uses analytics to power defensive shiftsRead the original story

    Monday Jun 18 | Commercial Dispatch

    The Tar Heels have embraced the analytical age of baseball in the most noticeable way possible: defensive shifting. Major League teams have taken to shifting defenders more than ever before as its accesses more and more data on where specific players tend to hit the ball and North Carolina is following suit, showing shifts several times in its College World Series-opening win over Oregon State.

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  6. North Carolina will go with No. 3 starting pitcher vs. MSURead the original story

    Monday Jun 18 | Commercial Dispatch

    The beauty of the day between each game of the double elimination portion of the College World Series is the rest time built in for pitching staffs. North Carolina won't be feeling that benefit for a while.

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  7. Alexander delivers in big situation for BulldogsRead the original story

    Monday Jun 18 | Commercial Dispatch

    Baseball isn't easy, and Luke Alexander made peace with that as the sport was proving it to him. That peace is the only way Mississippi State's junior shortstop could have survived the valley to be the hero for a third time.

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  8. 'Father' time: MSU fans take fathers, sons on first pilgrimages to CWS in OmahaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Commercial Dispatch

    James Turner is attending the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska, for the first time. He celebrated Father's Day weekend with his son, Jon Turner of Starkville, as they watched Mississippi State win its opening game against Washington.

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  9. MSU's 1998 team celebrates anniversary of trip to CWSRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 16 | Commercial Dispatch

    Johnson also knows the feeling of rising above it, which means he can relate to every step the members of the Mississippi State baseball team have taken this season on the road to the College World Series. Johnson was the closer for MSU's 1998 team, which is celebrating the 20-year anniversary of its trip to Omaha while an eerily similar season climbed to the same heights.

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  10. MSU's Henderson earns second coach of year honorRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 16 | Commercial Dispatch

    Mississippi State interim baseball coach Gary Henderson was named Saturday the National College Baseball Writers Association Coach of the Year. The award is the second honor this season for Henderson, who was also named the Perfect Game/Rawlings Coach of the Year earlier this week.

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  11. MSU recognized as 'Military Spouse Friendly' schoolRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 16 | Commercial Dispatch

    The honor is included in an annual companion list to the company's "Military Friendly" schools, which also recognized MSU for its veteran-oriented campus culture. The latest "Military Friendly" schools survey included questions that not only evaluated whether certain schools' admissions, retention, career counseling and mentoring programs are better for veterans, but also whether they address the needs and concerns of military spouses and families.

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  12. 77 days to football: Reliving the Kansas State series of the previous generationRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 16 | Commercial Dispatch

    Every day from 99 days out until kickoff, I'll put up a post telling you how many days until kickoff and breaking down something about the upcoming season related to that number. Today, since we are 77 days away from kickoff, we take a look at: MSU and Kansas State haven't met since 1977, when the two concluded a series that featured a couple of nice games.

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  13. Gordon credits teammates for success in recent outingsRead the original story

    Friday Jun 15 | Commercial Dispatch

    Cole Gordon had his moments where he would allow his frustration to show, but he never let it get further than that. The junior pitcher from Tampa had plenty of reason to fall into extended ruts.

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  14. Our View: Academic summer camps can reinforce, enhance learningRead the original story

    Friday Jun 15 | Commercial Dispatch

    We are all familiar with the phrase "use it or lose it." Most often it is applied to our physical condition.

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  15. Legacy in the making: Jake Mangum well on way to breaking college...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | Commercial Dispatch

    Mississippi State junior center fielder Jake Mangum scores a run against Ole Miss as part of a doubleheader on April 7 at Dudy Noble Field. MSU won the first game 13-3 and lost to the second game 6-1.

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  16. Neff finds calling out of bullpen for BulldogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | Commercial Dispatch

    There is no reason to sugarcoat things now, so Zach Neff won't: his numbers at Austin Peay were not good. He appeared 48 times over his final two seasons as a Governor, starting 10 times, with a 6.46 earned run average and a 2-10 record, allowing a batting average of .317 as a sophomore and .305 as a junior.

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  17. Msu WR Todd arrested for simple assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 13 | Commercial Dispatch

    Mississippi State wide receiver Reggie Todd was arrested Tuesday on a simple assault charge by the Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Department, according to the online arrest log. Sheriff Steve Gladney, Chief Deputy Chadd Garnett and Investigations Lt.

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  18. Henderson not expecting West Coast trends to play out in OmahaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Commercial Dispatch

    For years, West Coast college baseball teams have come with the reputation of running, teams that go for stolen bases and use the sacrifice bunt more than many. Mississippi State may be up against two West Coast teams in its half of the bracket in Omaha, Nebraska, but Henderson doesn't anticipate their regional alignments impacting the games.

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  19. MSU women's basketball team welcomes Lovato back as assistant coachRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Commercial Dispatch

    A familiar face is returning to the Mississippi State women's basketball sideline, as Elena Lovato is re-joining the program as assistant coach. Lovato, who served on Vic Schaefer's staff the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons and had a hand in recruiting many of the players from MSU's last two teams, which advanced to the national title game, returns to Starkville after a two-year stint as the head coach at Arkansas-Fort Smith.

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  20. Slimantics: A lesson for losersRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Commercial Dispatch

    There is the young man, recently released from prison, who has paid his debt to society, but cannot pay his bills for lack of a job. There is the family, overwhelmed with debt, staring at the foreclosure notice lying on the kitchen table and having no idea what to do next.

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