Tyler Clark made his second start of the season in Tuesday's 11-6 win against Missouri State at Taylor Stadium. EArly in the season, Clark pitched primarily out of the bullpen.
First baseman Aaron Senne's hit in the second inning made him Missouri's all-time hits leader.
Ryan Gebhart has hit in all seven games he has played in since returning from an ankle injury.
The Tigers (23-17, 7-8 Big 12) beat Texas Tech 12-8 in 11 innings on Friday night in Lubbock. It was Missouri's third-straight Big 12 victory.
Junior Tyler Clark struck out nine in the Missouri baseball team's 10-2 victory against Eastern Illinois on Tuesday in O'Fallon.
Missouri won its first Big 12 series of the season, taking two games against Kansas State.
Missouri's Phil McCormick couldn't get anybody out when he threw overhanded, but everything changed when his coaches suggested he try throwing underhanded.
The Tigers are set to play Kansas State in a doubleheader, starting at noon Sunday at Taylor Stadium.
The Missouri baseball team lost 1-0 to Kansas on Wednesday at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City.
Sophomore Ryan Gebhart hadn't played all season because of a broken ankle he suffered in the fall.
Missouri pitcher Zack Hardoin turned in his best appearance of the season with 5 1/3 shutout innings in relief.
Michael Liberto, the Missouri baseball team’s senior shortstop, is the Tigers' leadoff hitter and one of their most gregarious players.
Junior starting pitcher Nick Tepesch has been inconsistent, but he has also been steadily improving.
The Tigers led until the ninth inning, when Keenen Maddox hit a walkoff home run to give Missouri State a 5-4 victory Wednesday in Springfield.
Missouri senior Aaron Senne has been named the Big 12 Conference Baseball Player of the Week, the second time this season Senne has won the award.
Missouri avoided another sweep with a win against Oklahoma on Sunday.
After losing at Oklahoma on Friday, the Missouri baseball team lost to Sooners again Saturday, falling 10-4.
Missouri (17-12) lost 6-4 to Oklahoma on Friday.
Missouri baseball player Andreas Plackis, who went to high school in St. Louis, has more in common with Albert Pujols than just their initials.
It's the second straight year that Missouri played the first April game at Busch.