Missouri stranded 11 baserunners as they fell to Baylor for the second straight night, 5-3. The win extended the Bears' winning streak to 13 games. The Tigers fall to 16-13, 3-5 in conference play.
Missouri starting pitcher Rob Zastryny threw 124 pitches throughout eight innings, but Baylor made him pay for his four walks. The Tigers lost, 3-1.
After coming back to tie the game, the Tigers let up the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning, falling to the Aggies 7-6 on Sunday in College Station, Texas.
The Tigers held off the No. 6 Aggies in the bottom of the seventh and ninth innings for a 4-3 victory Saturday in College Station, Texas.
The Tigers tied the game at 6 in the top of the eighth, but let the game slip away in the bottom of the inning on a balk.
The Tigers gathered 11 hits but stranded seven runners on base in an 8-2 loss to the Bears on Wednesday at Taylor Stadium.
Missouri trailed the Bears all the way up until the bottom of the eighth inning when the Tigers' hitters scored eight runs, turning a 7-4 deficit into a 12-7 victory.
Although his teammates are having fun at his expense, the Missouri baseball team's Gavin Stark made catch that got him on SportsCenter's "Top 10 Plays." Stark's catch landed him face first on the bench in the dugout.
Missouri pitcher Blake Holovach, a left-handed junior, has been named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week.
The Missouri baseball team beat Oklahoma State 4-2 on Sunday at Taylor Stadium.
Oklahoma State won the first game 3-2, and Missouri won the second game 4-1. Tiger pitching stood out in both games.
The Tigers committed six errors and hit five batters with pitches, losing 15-1 to Indiana State on Wednesday at Taylor Stadium.
The Missouri baseball team snapped a 10-game winning streak Sunday afternoon after a 13-7 loss to High Point.
Freshman starter Brandon Platts recorded only four outs before being removed from the game, and High Point defeated the Tigers 13-7.
Catcher Ben Turner hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth as the Tigers defeated High Point 8-7.
The Tigers hit, ran and walked all over the seemingly lifeless Fighting Sioux en route to a victory, sweeping the two game series and easily extending their winning streak to eight.
Five Missouri batters were hit by pitches in the team's 10-7 victory over North Dakota on Tuesday. Missouri's pitchers didn't fare much better, hitting four batters of their own. Brannon Champagne contributed five RBIs in the win.
The game was scheduled to be the last of a four-game series. The Tigers won the first three games of the series 10-4, 5-3 and 3-2.
Starter Rob Zastryzny struck out three in six innings of work and Dane Opel went 2-for-3 at the plate, driving in a run and scoring one in the first game of the double-header.
Freshman Brett Graves got the win in his first collegiate start, and the Tigers won their third straight game, beating Nebraska-Omaha 14-4.