■ Outfielder returns from injury in Missouri baseball team's loss (Columbia Missourian)
With the bases loaded in the second inning, Gebhart came up for his first at-bat. He gave it his all, but he struck out swinging in his long-awaited return.
Gebhart said though it wasn’t an ideal position to return to, he was excited to see his name in the lineup.
“It was definitely tough,” Gebhart said. “My adrenaline was flowing, maybe too much. It’s one at-bat, and I know the guy behind me is going to pick me up.”
MU in the Minors
■ GreenJackets take home opener (Augusta Chronicle)
The GreenJackets' designated hitter did just that in the 5-2 win. His shot to the gap in right-center field scored teammates Tommy Joseph and Ryan Lollis [PHOTO] to take the lead. Liles later stole third base, then scored when the throw from catcher Kyle Higashioka skipped into left field.
■ Keys blank Pelicans, 6-0 (minorleagebaseball.com)
Backed by great pitching, the Frederick Keys improve to 4-2 on the season, as they defeated the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, 6-0, on Wednesday night at Harry Grove Stadium. Rick Zagone and his counterpart, Randall Delgado, both pitched gems, as neither allowed a run in five innings of work. Zagone struck out six, walked one, and allowed just two hits over his five innings while Delgado struck out five, walked two, and allowed three hits. Both pitchers exited the game with no decisions.