COLUMBIA — For seven innings, Ian Berger dominated the Baylor Bears. Unable to connect with his dancing curveball, the Bears looked uncomfortable at the plate and hadn’t taken a good swing all afternoon, managing only one hit against the streaking right-hander. But in the eighth inning, with his pitch count rising and his control showing its first hints of failure, Berger was done, and Missouri coach Tim Jamieson had to make a choice.
No problems for MU baseball team at closing time
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