The Missouri baseball team shut out host Oklahoma State 1-0 in the final game of a three-game series that was delayed because of weather on Monday.
The Tigers used nine pitchers to shut out the Cowboys, allowing six hits. Each pitcher pitched one inning in the victory. It was the seventh time this season MU coach Tim Jamieson has opted to use "Johnny Wholestaff." Missouri is 6-1 in games that it uses at least nine pitchers to complete the game.
Freshman Ryan Clubb picked up his first career win after pitching a 1-2-3 fifth inning. Sophomore Brad Buehler pitched a perfect ninth to earn his second save.
Oklahoma State almost had the go ahead run in the third inning but left fielder Greg Folgia threw out the Cowboys' Ryan Dabbs at home plate.
Senior Kyle Mach scored the only run for the Tigers after he led off the sixth inning with a single.
Missouri improved to 13-14 overall and 4-5 in the Big 12 Conference. Oklahoma State fell to 19-8 and 3-3.
The Tigers are set to face Saint Louis University at 7:15 p.m Wednesday at Busch Stadium in St Louis.