Out of sight, out of mind…Seth Kinker and the Buckeyes erased the bad memories of Friday and Saturday against UNC-Greensboro with a series finale 5-4 win at Bill Davis Stadium Sunday. For now they hope…it’s just the lift they need to prepare for resumption of Big Ten play next week against Nebraska. Read our latest update.
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Body Language…It went from bad to slightly worse for the befallen Buckeyes, dropping the second game in their weekend series with UNC-Greensboro, 11-4…nothing to do but forget, and get better! Read more about the game and a philosophy to turn things around…in the latest update on Buckeyes baseball.
Second baseman Connor Pohl reflects the mood as the Buckeyes dropped their fourth game in the last five Friday…to UNC-Greensboro. Read more about the game and the weekend series in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
After Sunday’s offensive outbreak in the series finale at Michigan State, the Buckeyes reverted to some familiar offensive habits in an 8-1 loss to NKU. On a brighter note, freshman Dominic Canzone continued his blistering hit streak that’s seen him rise statistically and in confidence. Read more in the latest Press Pros update.
Stymied for lack of a big hit in the first two games of the series, the Buckeyes made up for lost time in the finale – 21 hits, and 13 runs in win over the Spartans.
J.T. Barrett solidifies himself as starter … Back-up quarterbacks Burrow and Haskins have good days … The young receiver corps steps up in big way. Doug Harris was there to see it in person (with 80,000 others) and files his report in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
A day of promise falls short in the top of the ninth. The Buckeyes leave the tying run at second in a Saturday loss to Michigan State.
No luck, even with some South Pacific influence…The pitching was exemplary, but no offensive support. The Bucks bats were again silent, even with the teams Hawaiian good luck piece (above) from Bo Coolen’s mom, in the series opening loss to Michigan State. Read the latest Buckeyes update in today’s Press Pros.
Preparing for a ‘must’ road trip this weekend to Michigan State, the Ohio State Buckeyes struggled again at the plate Wednesday against Eastern Michigan. The Buckeyes fell 3-1, and now to 14-19 for the year. Read more in the latest Press Pros feature.
The Buckeyes took a breath of mountain air and came up reinvigorated, sweeping Sunday’s double-header at Penn State and taking a badly-needed series from the Nittany Lions.
The Buckeyes struggles continue in the mountains of Pennsylvania…drop first game of their weekend series to the Penn State Nittany Lions.
They got a great-pitched game and could not take advantage of it , even with a Dominic Canzone fifth inning triple (above). The Buckeyes didn’t hit enough…in a 2-1 “rubber game” loss to Purdue. Read more in the latest update on Press Pros.
All About The ‘Boilers…Lefthander Gareth Stroh was masterful, pitching six-hit baseball into the eighth and leaving would-be runs on third (background) to beat the Buckeyes Saturday, 6-1. It sets up another ‘must’ in Sunday’s rubber game. Read more about the Baseball Bucks in the latest Press Pros feature.
When They Needed It Most…The Buckeyes hit, Yianni Pavlopoulos pitched, and Tre Gantt (above) made a spectacular play in center to fuel a 13-2 uprising in the opening game of their weekend series with Purdue. Read more in today’s Press Pros feature.
Something to smile about….Behind great pitching, and just enough hitting, the Ohio State Buckeyes ‘rehearsed’ for a date with Purdue with a Tuesday night win over Ohio University. Read more about the game, and the ‘Base-Bucks’ in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Not Many Highlights…Minnesota came to Columbus and swept the Buckeyes for the first time in 27 years, despite a great throw and tag at the plate to knock of the Gophers Jordan Smith in Saturday’s first game. Read more in Press Pros.
Jake Post turned in another quality starting performance, but for want of hitting and a lost inning of momentum, the Buckeyes drop their Big Ten opener to the Gophers…and to 9-12 on the season. Read the latest baseball update on Press Pros.
The view from out there….Center fielder Tre’ Gantt looks back to watch Xavier’s Joe Gellenbeck circle the bases after his two-run home run in the bottom of the ninth swept Ohio State in Sunday’s double-header in Cincinnati. On a day of individual highlights, there was little to celebrate. Read more in the latest Press Pros feature.
The Buckeyes and Coach Greg Beals will be looking for offense when their home-opening weekend series with Xavier shifts to Cincinnati on Sunday. Read more about the baseball Buckeyes in our latest Press Pros update.
Ohio State comes home for the Big Ten schedule with both questions and answers…and the reality that they can play with the mighty and handle the pack.