Missouri baseball has four freshman pitchers all 6-foot-5 or taller.
The Tigers start their season with two road trips against four unranked teams.
The Tigers will play nine games broadcast on the SEC Network in 2015.
When Charlie James played in the outfield for the Missouri baseball team, his powerful throwing arm caught the eye of talent scouts for the St. Louis Cardinals, who signed him to a $15,000 contract in January 1958.
The Tigers start their season on Feb. 13 against Iona.
The rule changes varied from allowing of umpires to conference over a catch in the outfield to requiring all schools to paint their foul poles fluorescent yellow.
The 20-year Missouri baseball head coach finds new ways to relieve the stress that comes along with coaching and raising a family.
The Missouri baseball team’s frustrating, disappointing season came to a frustrating, disappointing end in its 7-5 loss to No. 24 Arkansas at Taylor Stadium on Saturday.
Missouri’s 4-0 loss to No. 24 Arkansas on Friday night hinged on a rally that began with two outs in the fifth and ended with the Razorbacks taking an insurmountable three-run lead.
The two programs are bound by coaches who used to play at Missouri, current Missouri players who used to play at Rock Bridge and one current Rock Bridge player who is set to suit up for the Tigers.
The junior right-hander took the loss as he gave up nine hits and five runs in eight innings in what could be his final collegiate start.
Missouri sophomore pitcher Peter Fairbanks turned in a strong performance on the mound, but the Tigers' hitters could not pick him up as MU lost 3-1 at South Carolina on Saturday.
The Tigers lost at South Carolina 8-2 on Friday night to extend its slide in conference play to 10 games.
For all the effort and intensity the Tigers showed, they couldn't overcome the Commodores' powerful arms and bats.
The 1954 Missouri baseball team was honored at Taylor Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The sophomore right-hander's strong seven innings didn't cancel out the Tigers' offensive struggles in their 5-1 loss on Saturday.
Starting pitcher Brett Graves had trouble finishing the job with two strikes, and Vanderbilt's offensive hitters put on a showcase as Missouri lost 8-3, its seventh straight defeat in conference play.
Munson is one of the few Missouri hitters to know success against dominant Vanderbilt right-hander Tyler Beede, whom the Tigers face on Friday.
Tigers coach Tim Jamieson said Anderson's ulnar nerve in his right elbow has become irritated. The senior started last Saturday against Florida and threw 3 1/3 innings before exiting due to the injury.
Missouri baseball had a difficult against Southern Illinois Tuesday in St. Charles.