Thursday, April 14, 2011

Mizzou Baseball: The morning after

Baseball Tigers continue swoon with loss to SIU-Edwardsville (
“It’s been the story of our year so far. We haven’t been very good with runners in scoring position,” Schmidt said. “Tonight, we just couldn’t take advantage of our opportunities.
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“We came out with low energy today,” said Mach. “A lot of us are struggling right now, and it’s important to just stay positive.”
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“It’s just about execution,” Sommerfeld said. “People have been too anxious (at the plate), but we have to focus on slowing it down.”
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“When Kansas comes to town, it’s a whole new ballgame. If anything, maybe it will jump-start us a little bit,” Conner Mach said. “Any win right now is a big win.”

Missouri baseball team drops eighth straight (
Silly base running. Hits into double plays. An inability to maintain momentum. In a 7-2 loss to Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, each mistake battered a team already displaying numerous bruises.

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