2010 Mid-American Conference Baseball Tournament
|Champions||Kent State (8th title)|
|Winning coach||Scott Stricklin (3rd title)|
|MVP||Justin Gill Kent State|
|2010 Mid-American Conference baseball standings|
|Kent State x‡y||18||–||9||.667||39||–||25||.609|
|Bowling Green x||18||–||9||.667||31||–||23||.574|
|Central Michigan x||20||–||7||.741||36||–||22||.621|
|Ball State ||19||–||8||.704||29||–||29||.500|
|Eastern Michigan ||13||–||14||.481||27||–||32||.458|
|Northern Illinois ||12||–||15||.444||24||–||31||.436|
|Western Michigan ||5||–||22||.185||12||–||42||.222|
|x – Division champion |
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the 2010 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament
As of June 7, 2010; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
The 2010 Mid-American Conference Baseball Tournament took place from May 26–29. The top eight regular season finishers of the league's twelve teams, regardless of division, met in the double-elimination tournament held at V.A. Memorial Stadium in Chillicothe, Ohio. Kent State won their second consecutive tournament, and eighth overall, to earn the conference's automatic bid to the 2010 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament.
The winners of each division claim the top two seeds, with the next six teams, based on conference winning percentage claim the third through eight seeds. Kent State claimed the second seed by tiebreaker over Bowling Green, while Toledo claimed the third seed over Ball State. The teams played a two bracket, double-elimination tournament leading to a final matching the winners of each bracket.
|First round||Second round||Semifinals||Finals|
The following players were named to the All-Tournament Team.
|Dennis Vaughn||Bowling Green|
|Todd Graves||Eastern Michigan|
|Andrew Marshall||Eastern Michigan|
|Bryce Morrow||Central Michigan|
|Scott Phillion||Central Michigan|
|James Teas||Central Michigan|
|Travis Shaw||Kent State|
|Jared Humphreys||Kent State|
|Ben Klafczynski||Kent State|
|Justin Gill||Kent State|
Most Valuable Player
Justin Gill won the Tournament Most Valuable Player award. Gill was a pitcher for Kent State.
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