COLUMBIA — For the majority of Wednesday night’s game, Taylor Stadium sat silent, the dominant hum of passing cars only periodically interrupted by the stadium announcer and repetitive introduction music. Unable to fathom how their Tigers, a team with so much talent, could play so poorly once again, the crowd of 500-plus seemed in awe of the parallel with Missouri’s disappointment the night before, a disaster they had seen with their own eyes after only being told of those the week before. Had the Tigers faced a more formidable opponent, perhaps one with a bullpen, Missouri fans would surely be in sky-is-falling mode today. Instead, following a late-inning offensive barrage, order appears to have been restored to the universe.
MU baseball team breaks out of doldrums
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