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.
SIUE assistant coach Kurt Calvert played center field for the Tigers in 2008 when current Missouri first baseman Aaron Senne was a right fielder. The two caught up in the Tiger's 14-3 victory Tuesday at Taylor Stadium.
Andrew Thigpen, known for his scrappy play, made the most of a rare start in the Missouri baseball team's 13-9 come-from-behind victory against Baylor on Sunday at Taylor Stadium.
Missouri starters Eric Anderson and Nick Tepesch did well, but bullpen struggles contributed to Baylor's doubleheader sweep of the Tigers on Saturday at Taylor Stadium.
Brett Nicholas, a junior utility player on the Missouri baseball team, says he knows he has a loud voice. But he doesn’t use it to annoy his teammates, he uses it to encourage them.
Jesse Santo moved from shortstop to third base in order to get more playing time with the Missouri baseball team. But a recent hitting streak, including an RBI double in Wednesday's 6-3 loss to Purdue, has also helped him crack the lineup.
Aaron Senne hit his 57th and 58th career doubles in the Missouri baseball team's 22-14 win over Purdue on Tuesday, breaking the record for most doubles by a Tigers player.
The Tigers avoid series sweep against Texas A&M.
After dropping its Big 12 Conference opener Friday to Texas A&M, the Missouri baseball team lost again Saturday to the Aggies, this time in the ninth inning.
Junior Brad Buehler helps The Tigers rout Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
Freshman Missouri outfielder Blake Brown hit a second-inning home run in the Tigers' 9-0 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Tuesday at Taylor Stadium.
Pitcher Ryan Clubb went to the mound in the fifth inning of the first game of Friday's doubleheader. The Tigers won both games against North Dakota on Friday.
Kale Gaden's second-inning home run was one of four for the Missouri baseball team in a 17-5 victory over North Dakota on Thursday at Taylor Stadium.
So far this season, the Missouri baseball team has depended on its versatile bullpen to keep the team in games.
The Tigers took two of three from Xavier this weekend, but did not deliver offensively in the series' finale on Sunday.
With the game tied and the bases loaded, Dane Opel's two-out single sent the Missouri baseball team to a 4-2 victory over Xavier on Saturday at Taylor Stadium.
The Tigers (6-5) defeated Xavier 7-6 in 13 innings, in the rain, Friday night at Taylor Stadium.
The Missouri baseball team returns home with a better opening record than last season and a renovated stadium.