The Missouri baseball team defeated Florida Atlantic 4-2 on Friday afternoon in Auburn, Ala.
The Missouri baseball team has no starting job locked up in the outfield. Aaron Senne, the team's only returning starting outfielder, has moved to first base.
After struggling to meet expectations with a experienced team last season, the Missouri baseball team enters this season with lots of new faces and plenty of questions.
Missouri junior Nick Tepesch is set to take over as the Tigers’ Friday night pitcher. He is the only part of the Tigers' starting rotation that has been decided.
Former Missouri pitcher Aaron Crow and the Kansas City Royals agreed to a three-year major league contract on Thursday.
Kyle Gibson, Missouri's ace last season, has signed with Minnesota for a deal worth $1.85 million.
Trevor Coleman and Kyle Mach were drafted on Day 2 of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft.
MU pitchers weren't taken as quickly as predicted in Tuesday's Major League Baseball draft, but they were still chosen in the first round. Aaron Crow was selected 12th overall by the Kansas City Royals, and Kyle Gibson was selected by the Minnesota Twins 10 picks later, with the 22nd pick in the first round.
Missouri pitching coach Tony Vitello helped Aaron Crow and Kyle Gibson find success.
Several members of the Missouri baseball team, including pitcher Kyle Gibson, are waiting to see what team will select them Tuesday in Major League Baseball's amateur draft.
Western Kentucky beat Missouri 11-6 on Sunday, eliminating the Tigers from the NCAA Oxford Regional.
For the past couple weeks, Kyle Gibson has experienced forearm tightness in his pitching arm and it happened again on Saturday. His fastball, that usually reaches 93 mph, only reached 87. Despite the tightness, Gibson dominated another opponent.
Wrigley Field is known as the world’s largest outdoor bar. The right field hill at Oxford-University Stadium on the campus of Ole Miss should be known as the world’s largest outdoor campus bar.
Western Kentucky scored six runs in the top of the first inning on the way to an 11-4 victory over Missouri on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Oxford Regional.
Missouri's Kyle Gibson has changed from a tall skinny kid into the Tigers' ace, an all-American and a pitcher scouts point their radar guns at every weekend.
The Tigers managed to earn a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament, even though their numbers have been unimpressive in most areas of play.
Coleman has missed three weeks with a broken hand.
Tigers give up 11 runs in the fourth inning.
In the eighth and ninth inning Saturday against Oklahoma, Missouri turned double plays to escape jams and clinch a 5-4 Tigers' victory in the Big 12 baseball tournament in Oklahoma City. Missouri finished 2-1 in pool play and will play in the championship game at 1 p.m. Sunday. The game will be broadcast on FSN.
Texas, Baylor and Kansas State each finished play in their division of the Big 12 baseball tournament with a 2-1 record and Kansas went 0-3. Texas advances to play in the championship game at 1 p.m. Sunday because of a tiebreaker that advances the higher seed.