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The 2013 Missouri State baseball schedule will feature a total of 55 games, including 27 home days and match ups against seven different 2012 NCAA teams. In all, the Bears will play 26 games against 13 different opponents which were rates among the top 100 RPI finishers a year ago.
Highlighting the Bears schedule will be non-conference home and home sets with in-state rival Missouri and Big 12 foes Oklahoma State and Kansas, as well as series with NCAA qualifiers Oral Robers and New Mexico. The Bears finished 40-22 en route to earning their first NCAA Regional appearance in nine years last spring.
MSU will play its first seven games on the road opening the season at the Bobcat Invitations (Feb 15-17) in San Marcos, Texas with games against Texas State and Sam Houston State.
The squad will take the diamond at Hammons Field for the first time on March 1 against Northwestern Louisiana State to open a three game series as well as a stretch that will see the Bears play 14 of their 19 March games at home
The Bears will open their 2012 fall season Saturday night at Hammons Field with a nine inning exhibition game against Drury at 6:30n p.m. to assist former MSU shortstop and Glendale High School head coach Howard Bell in his fight against ALS. Tickets for the "Battle for Bell" are available at select Springfield area Price Cutter Locations as well as the ticket window at the O'Reilly Family Events Center Box office on the Drury campus.
For more information on the game and Bears baseball for 2013 go to www.MissouriStateBears.com
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