MSU Pitcher Hospitalized As Bulldogs Head to Omaha

STARKVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — The Mississippi State Bulldogs earned their second straight trip to the College Baseball World Series in Omaha Sunday even as the game was delayed for a few minutes as their star pitcher was taken to the hospital. Mississippi State beat Stanford 8-1 on Sunday night to sweep the best-of-three NCAA super regional in two games. Peyton Plumlee pitched 6-2/3 strong innings and Dustin Skelton had a three-run triple in the win. During the game, however, play was stopped as pitcher Jack Eagan received medical attention in the dugout for what was called a “non-sports athletic related medical event.” He was eventually transported to a local hospital for treatment and is reported to be in stable condition.


2 Comments on "MSU Pitcher Hospitalized As Bulldogs Head to Omaha"

  1. Happened in game 1 on Saturday.

  2. Delta daily junk this kid is not even in the hospital did u not watch the game last night and see where the coach said he was watching from his couch at home. Come on man lots of your stories are misleading FACTS REPORTS FACTS

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