After last year's eighth-place finish, the Missouri baseball team was predicted to finish tenth — last in the Big 12 Conference — in Tuesday's preseason poll.
The parents of the Missouri baseball players showed their support with a large turnout and a festive tailgate at Saturday's Fall World Series game.
The Gold team wins Game 1 of the Missouri baseball team's fall World Series.
Detroit's Max Scherzer allowed four runs to the White Sox on Monday, ending a streak of six straight starts in which he goes at least six innings without allowing more than one earned run.
Former Missouri baseball player Ian Kinsler will make his second MLB All-Star Game appearance on July 13 in Anaheim, Calif.
Texas A&M beat Missouri 7-2 at the Big 12 tournament Thursday in Oklahoma City.
Missouri knocks off Texas in the first round of the Big 12 baseball tournament.
After being swept in a three-game series to end the regular season, Missouri baseball draws Texas to open the Big 12 championship tournament.
Aaron Senne hit two home runs, but the Missouri basebal team lost its final home game of the season 20-11 to Texas on Sunday at Taylor Stadium .
Outfielder Dane Opel's catch in the eighth helped keep the Tigers in the game, but an error by outfielder Jonah Schmidt was costly in Missouri's 6-4 loss to Texas on Saturday at Taylor Stadium.
Senior shortstop Michael Liberto did not play in Missouri's 5-2 loss to Texas on Friday because of a broken jaw. His season is in jeopardy.
Jonah Schmidt hit his seventh home run of the year to help lead the Tigers to a 6-5 victory against Nebraska on Sunday at Taylor Stadium.
Nick Tepesch retired the first 13 batters he faced in Missouri's 2-0 win against Nebraska on Friday at Taylor Stadium
The Tigers lost to Kansas in ten innings on Sunday and have to win their last six games of Big 12 competition to not finish conference play with a losing record.
The Tigers' Kelly Fick pitched well in the last three innings of the Missouri baseball team's 9-8 loss to Kansas on Saturday in Lawrence, Kan.
Missouri first baseman Aaron Senne, a Minnesota native who has always dreamed of playing for his hometown team, was drafted by the Minnesota Twins twice. He didn't sign either time, prefering to stay with the Tigers to play out his senior season.