Throughout most of baseball history, effectiveness has been the sole factor in determining when a pitcher exits a game. Over the past decade, other factors have begun to influence the decision-making process.
“I don’t remember even having discussions about pitch counts when I was a player,” Jamieson said of his playing days in the late ’70s and early ’80s at the University of New Orleans. “We didn’t talk about it or worry about it.”
Today, he worries about it. He does not obsess, and it isn’t his chief concern, but he is aware.
Philip Prouhet, 20, an MU journalism student from St. Louis, spent his March spring break leading 12 other MU students in a service project in New York.
The health plan put forward by Rep. Rob Schaaf would require doctors to inform patients of different prices.
The series victory pushes the Tigers' record to .500 in conference play as it prepares to host Kansas this week.
Columbia would buy the racks with federal money and loan them to businesses and property owners at no cost.
The most elaborate item on the bandstand stage at CAT 3 television studios on the Stephens College campus was a simple black lectern — the kind one finds in high school music rooms and cheap hotel conference areas. Often overlooked, a lectern will typically lead an anonymous life lest it find itself bestowed with a national seal or a religious emblem.
At the end of their collegiate careers, many MU athletes struggle to make the transition from elite athlete to regular person. The MU athletic department is now taking steps to help the former student-athletes cope.
Geneva Overholser, currently an endowed chair for the MU School of Journalism at its Washington, D.C., bureau, has been named the director of the journalism school at the University of Southern California.
Newly-elected school board member Ines Segert said she does not believe any additional cuts need to be made; the administration has said otherwise.
In honor of former Mayor Howard Lang, a new award was established to recognize individuals who have made a significant contribution to Columbia.
Colin Gallagher and Barbara Holdren were alerted to the 2 a.m. fire by smoke alarms and left without injury.
A one-vehicle crash on Missouri 163 on Saturday afternoon injured three Columbians, ages 20, 15 and 14. A fourth Columbian, whose car was struck by debris, reported no injuries.
Travis L. Taft, 24, of Sturgeon was killed Friday morning when his vehicle struck a highway sign along U.S. 63 in Boone County.
Hugo Chavez, president of Venezuela, plans to expand his philosophy in Latin America and his rule in Venezuela.
Coming from behind to defeat Texas Tech 5-3 Saturday at University Field improved the Missouri softball team to 3-4 in Big 12 play.