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MSU Baseball Schedule Update: Spartans Game At Notre Dame Postponed

MSU Baseball Schedule Update: Spartans Game At Notre Dame Postponed


EAST LANSING, Mich. — Tuesday’s Michigan State baseball game at Notre Dame has been postponed due to inclement weather in the South Bend area. The teams will work on a possible make-up date that will be announced at a later date.

MSU’s next action will now be Wednesday, April 3 is the 16th-annual Crosstown Showdown when MSU meets the Lansing Lugnuts, the high A-affiliate of the Oakland A’s, in an exhibition contest. First pitch from Jackson Field is at 6:05 p.m.

The Spartans return home to host Niagara in a three-game non-conference series, Friday-Sunday, April 5-7. Friday’s series opener is at 6:05 p.m., before Saturday’s game two at 3:35 and Sunday’s series finale at 1:05 p.m.

Fans can follow this week’s action with “Tickets,” “Watch Live,” “Listen Live” and “Live Stats” links at MSUSpartans.com. 

The schedule is subject to change based on weather.

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For the first time ever, Michigan State baseball fans have the ability to purchase season tickets.

Season tickets packages are on sale through the Spartan Ticket Office. The MSU baseball season ticket package, which includes 24 home games at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field, is available for $50. 

All ticket levels for seniors, adults and children are the same price. Admission remains free for all Michigan State students by showing their MSU ID at the entry gate.

The 2024 Spartan baseball season includes Big Ten match-ups against Rutgers, Penn State and Nebraska, along with regional clashes with Central Michigan, Oakland and Notre Dame, in addition to giving fans admission to all three home games of baseball Rivalry Week against Michigan.

Individual game tickets will go on sale later this spring.

Fans can contact the Spartan Ticket Office at 517-355-1610 or by email at tickets@msu.edu for questions or more information. A direct link to purchase season tickets is here.

 








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