PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri improves winning streak to 10 in second win over High Point
Saturday, March 17, 2012 | 8:28 p.m. CDT;
updated 9:32 p.m. CDT, Saturday, March 17, 2012
COLUMBIA — The Missouri baseball team has built up a 10 game winning streak. Despite a nearly two hour rain delay, Missouri won the second game in a three-game series against High Point on Saturday improving its season record to 12-5. Black Holovach pitched the first complete game of his career and managed the program's first shutout since 2009.
The Tigers take on the Panthers again at noon Sunday at Taylor Stadium.
After a rain delay, members of the Missouri baseball team remove the tarp from the field to take on the High Point Panthers on Saturday at Taylor Stadium. This year's team put an eight-game winning streak on the line in a three-game series that began Friday night. They teams play the series' finale at noon Sunday.
Shortstop Eric Garcia throws the ball to first base during Missouri's match up with the High Point Panthers on Saturday at Taylor Stadium.
Catcher Ben Turner dives to first base but is tagged out by High Point first baseman Ryan Retz on Saturday at Taylor Stadium. The Tigers started a three game series against the Panthers on Friday and won the first game, 8-7, and Saturday's game, 4-0.
Missouri baseball catcher Ben Turner's teammates celebrate as he crosses home plate after an out-of-the-park home run. Turner put points on the board for the Tigers to help them defeat High Point 4-0 on Saturday. Missouri has won two games in the three game series. The final match up will start at noon Sunday at Taylor Stadium.
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