Baseball at Ball State

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Overview
In 2002, Ball State pitcher Bryan Bullington became the No.1 selection, in the Major League Baseball draft, elevating the Cardinals' baseball, program into the national limelight. But Ball State baseball has drawn, national attention in the past, enjoying some outstanding teams, such, as Coach Ray Louthen's 1969 squad, which defeated both the Big Ten, and the Mid-American Conference champions on the same day at the, NCAA Regional, and Coach Rick Maloney's powerhouse teams that, won four division titles and three league crowns from 1998 to 2001., Through the more than eight decades of baseball at Ball State,, the Cardinals' diamond exploits have steadily lifted the BSU program, toward becoming one of the most respected in the Midwest. With over, 180 images, John Ginter chronicles how baseball at Ball State began in, 1919, when the institution's fledgling sports teams were known as the, Hoosieroons, through the 2002 season, by which time the Cardinals, were known as a rich source of professional baseball talent.,
Details
ISBN: 9780738523019
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Date:
State: Indiana
Series: Images of Baseball
Images: 200
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author
As a sports writer and publicist, John Ginter has been a close observer, of BSU athletics for more than three decades. With the help of former, coaches and players, he recounts the exciting events that have created, the fascinating history of Ball State baseball.