Weather-related scheduling changes have affected all four of the Missouri baseball team's home series, for a total of 11 games, this season.
Because of rainy weather the start times for the Missouri baseball and softball teams' Saturday games have been delayed.
Tigers starting pitcher Rob Zastryzny allowed only one earned run in 7.2 innings in Missouri's 2-0 loss Friday to LSU. It was the third of his Southeastern Conference-worst five losses in which his team failed to score a single run.
Dillon Everett and Keaton Steele each had three RBIS to lead the Missouri baseball team past Nebraska-Omaha 11-4 on Wednesday at Taylor Stadium.
The Missouri baseball team has moved back this week's game against Nebraska-Omaha from Tuesday to Wednesday because of the weekend snowstorm.
The Tigers lost the first game 7-6 and won the second 14-6 to move to 8-12 overall and and 2-4 in Southeastern Conference play.
The Missouri baseball team fell 4-0 to Tennessee on Friday, dropping the Tigers' record to 7-11 on the season and 1-3 in the Southeastern Conference.
After winning the first game against Arkansas State 5-1, the Missouri baseball team dropped the second 10-3.
In 13.2 innings this season, Steele has recorded an ERA of 2.63 along with 15 strikeouts.
The Tigers won their second game Saturday afternoon, but they still dropped the series to South Carolina.
The smell of charcoal filled the air outside Taylor Stadium in the hour leading up to the Tigers' 4-1 loss against the Gamecocks as fans enjoyed the nice weather.
The Tigers and Gamecocks will play a three-game series, beginning Friday, to open their conference schedules.
Missouri took on Division II opponent Truman State just two days before its Southeastern Conference opener against No. 5 South Carolina. The Tigers beat the Bulldogs 14-4 on Wednesday with only four starters playing the entire game.
Missouri freshman Alec Rash, the highest-drafted high school player in the 2012 Major League Baseball draft to come to college instead of going pro, earned a victory in his first start against Jackson State on Tuesday.
The Tigers host the Bulldogs on Wednesday at 4 p.m.
The Missouri baseball team canceled the third and final game of its weekend series against San Francisco due to rain. Sunday's cancellation was Missouri's fourth due to weather this season.
Josh McPherson meets with individual coaches to ensure the playing surfaces are to their likings and working with Missouri’s medical staff to ensure player safety.
Costly errors at key times put the game out of reach for the Tigers against the San Francisco Dons on Saturday. The loss snaps the Tigers three-game win streak.
There are probably “five or six or seven” scouts at the baseball game one scout says. When asked if they all came to see Zastryzny, he said “that’s probably a fair guess.”
The Missouri baseball team recorded its first two wins of the season Wednesday, sweeping Eastern Michigan in a doubleheader. The Tigers defeated the Eagles in the first game 1-0 and in the second game 7-1.