Mississippi State’s Tanner Allen drafted by Miami Marlins
It looks like the Miami Marlins want a talented outfielder who just helped lead his team to win their first national championship. On the second day of the 2021 Major League Baseball draft, Mississippi State’s Tanner Allen was chosen in the 4th round. With the 118th overall pick, the Miami Marlins picked Allen to join…
Mississippi State’s Will Bednar drafted 14th overall by San Francisco Giants
It didn’t take long for Will Bednar to get picked up in the 2021 MLB Draft.
Events that should be in Mississippi State’s 2021 SEC Network Takeover: MSU beating Vandy in the College World Series
Why on earth were these games not included? Someone help me understand this.
Tanner Allen gives back to Mississippi State with portion of proceeds from merchandise
One of the greatest players in the history of the Mississippi State baseball program has created merchandise and will be giving back to Mississippi State.
Events that should be in Mississippi State’s 2021 SEC Network Takeover: MSU vs. Texas
Why weren’t any of these Mississippi State baseball games included in the 2021 SEC Network Takeover?
WATCH: MSU baseball team records its firetruck ride through the championship celebration parade
Good content should always be celebrated. At any times. Always. Just like a national championship. That should also always be celebrated.
‘You all are very deserving’: Tim Corbin congratulates Mississippi State in letter
Vanderbilt’s head coach had a few nice words for the Mississippi State Bulldogs after MSU defeated the Commodores in the 2021 College World Series.
Mississippi State baseball championship celebration: How to watch, live stream, schedule
Who likes parades and parties and celebrating national championships?
Former Mississippi State baseball players celebrate Bulldogs winning national title
Mississippi State absolutely crushed the Vanderbilt Commodores to put an exclamation point on a thrilling run through the 2021 College World Series.
‘We’re gonna write the final chapter’: Watch Lemonis speak with Bulldogs after MSU crushed Vandy
“We’ve got four, we didn’t come here for four. We talked about we’re going to come here and play for five,” Mississippi State’s head coach explained.