The Tigers only managed two hits in a low-scoring affair. Rob Zastryzny's record is now 2-9 despite his maintaining an ERA under 4.00.
Missouri dropped its final nonconference game of the season Tuesday night 9-7 against Southeast Missouri State, the 231st-ranked team in the country according to the NCAA's Ratings Percentage Index.
The Missouri players were uncharacteristically jubilant after sweeping Auburn in a doubleheader Sunday, 3-1 in the first game and 4-1 in the second game, to take its first Southeastern Conference series win at home.
The start time for the Missouri baseball team's Saturday game against Southeastern Conference opponent Auburn has been moved back from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. because of rain.
Rob Zastryzny gave Missouri a chance to win against Auburn, but the offense could only muster one run on a second-inning Keaton Steele homer. Still, Zastryzny said the loss is on him.
Five different Tigers pitchers combined for 11 strikeouts, but it was the lack of offense that led to a 4-2 loss to the Bears on Wednesday at Taylor Stadium.
Redshirt freshman pitcher Gerrion Grim said the decision was based on his "development as a player." He plans on continuing that development at the junior college level.
In addition to getting freshman pitcher Alec Rash out of a jam, Jake Walsh pitched his longest outing of the season Sunday.
It was Missouri third baseman Shane Segovia’s shot at redemption. A base hit in the bottom of the 15th inning Saturday would make it all OK.
The Gators hit pitcher Rob Zastryzny hard Friday night, as he allowed six earned runs and a season-worst 12 hits in Missouri's loss.
Missouri head coach Tim Jamieson doesn’t consider Missouri State a rival. Whether it’s competition on the field or in terms of recruiting in-state athletes, Jamieson said only the Bears harbor any animosity.
MU athletics has postponed the Missouri baseball team's Wednesday home game against Missouri State because of severe weather threats. The game has been rescheduled to April 24.
The pitching staff had been strong for the struggling Missouri baseball team this season, but that wasn't the case in a three-game shellacking at No. 3 Vanderbilt this weekend. The Commodores finished their sweep of the Tigers on Sunday with a 16-4 victory in which all five Missouri pitchers allowed earned runs.
The Missouri baseball team allowed 19 hits in a 12-1 loss Saturday at No. 3 Vanderbilt. The loss is Missouri's second of the weekend, giving Vanderbilt the series win with one more game to be played Sunday.
The Tigers lost the first game in a three-game series 11-5 after taking an early lead.
Missouri baseball outfielder Sal Belfonte has decided to leave the team, a team spokeman confirmed Tuesday.
The Tigers used a three-run eighth inning to spur a 5-4 victory over Missouri State, their third win in a row over their in-state foes.
Two upcoming contests between the Tigers and Bears, one on each of the next two Tuesdays, will determine which program controls the head-to-head series.
In four games last week, three at Georgia and one against Illinois, Keaton Steele hit three doubles and a home run while batting .500. He also extended his personal hitting streak to eight games.
The Tigers defeated the Bulldogs by a score of 8-5 Sunday to clinch the series and widen the gap between the two teams in the SEC East standings.