Detroit — Michigan State baseball’s game against Eastern Michigan at Comerica Park on Tuesday was cancelled due to inclement weather in the Detroit area. Unfortunately, there will be no make-up date.
Tuesday’s cancellation was the second of the season between MSU and EMU, as the April 4 contest at East Lansing was also cancelled due to inclement weather. By not playing this season, it means that for the first time since 2007, that the Spartans will not tangle with the Eagles.
Tuesday’s game was full of coaching connections, including both teams’ head coaches, MSU’s Jake Boss Jr. and EMU interim head coach Eric Roof, and pitching coaches, Mark Van Ameyde for the Spartans and A.J. Achter for the Eagles, and MSU’s volunteer assistant coach, Jordan Keur.
Tickets from Tuesday’s game at Comerica will be good for admission at any upcoming Michigan State baseball game. For more information, contact the MSU Ticket Office at 517-355-1610.
MSU has a quick turnaround, returning home to host Toledo on Wednesday at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field. First pitch is slated for 3:05 p.m.