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Missouri baseball commits four errors in ninth inning against Texas A&M

Saturday, May 4, 2013 | 7:31 p.m. CDT

The Missouri baseball team committed four errors and gave up three runs in the ninth inning to lose 6-5 to Texas A&M on Saturday in College Station, Texas. 

Missouri third baseman Shane Segovia committed two throwing errors, while short stop Dillon Everett had a fielding error (his second error of the game) and center fielder Logan Pearson had a fielding error. Texas A&M's Mikey Reynolds hit the walk-off single.   

All six runs allowed by the Tigers (15-27, 7-16 Southeastern Conference) were unearned. Texas A&M also scored three runs in the first inning. 

In the seventh inning Segovia hit a two-out, two-run single in the top of the seventh inning to give the Tigers a 5-3 lead. During the sixth inning, Missouri freshman Josh Lester hit a game-tying three-run homer.

Missouri starter Brett Graves was in line for his second consecutive win after allowing three unearned runs over 6.2 innings. He struck out four and walked none while scattering seven hits. Reliever Keaton Steele gave up just two hits in two innings pitched but ended up taking the loss. 

Missouri and Texas A&M conclude the three-game series at 1:05 p.m. Sunday. 

 


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