MSU Baseball Moves Saturday’s Game Time Up One Hour
Spartans and Wolverines will now square off in a 12:02 p.m. start.
EAST LANSING, Mich. -- Michigan State baseball’s regular-season finale against Michigan on Saturday, May 20 at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field has been adjusted to one hour earlier due to inclement weather in the East Lansing area forecast for Saturday afternoon. The Spartans will now square off with the 15th-ranked Wolverines starting at 12:02 p.m. ET.
Saturday’s game will still be nationally televised on Big Ten Network.
The Spartans and Wolverines play game two of the three-game series Friday evening in Ann Arbor, starting at 6 p.m. at UM’s Wilpon Complex. MSU won game one of the series Thursday afternoon, 6-1, at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field.
Fans can follow both Friday and Saturday’s games through “Live Stats,” “Listen Live” and “Watch Live” links found at MSUSpartans.com. Both battles between the Wolverines and Spartans will also be video streamed on BTN2Go and will also be carried on the Spartan Sports Network live audio stream. The broadcast will be available exclusively at SpartanSportsNetwork.com and on the network’s 24/7 app for mobile devices (available on iTunes and Google Play). Broadcast veteran Scott Moore calls the action alongside Jake Boss Sr.
Saturday’s game at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field is MSU’s Senior Day, as the Spartan Senior Seven: Walter Borkovich, Josh Buchalski, Matt Byars, Dan Durkin, Taylor Grace, Joe Mockbee and manager Gabe Jasinski, will be honored in a pre-game ceremony.
Fans should stay tuned to www.MSUSpartans.com or follow MSU Baseball on twitter at statebaseball for any other schedule updates.