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after the Joplin tornado
Dan Pietroburgo: On the road to Joplin with a full squad. Excited to get to work! Will have photos once we get going... #MIZforJoplin
Patrick Quintanilla: Habitat for humanity in Joplin today #OneMizzou
Dylan Kelley: Up early to make people smile! I don't mind
Breckin Williams: Rise and shine for habitat for.humanity in joplin, coming back down to paint and finish some houses
Brannon Champagne: heading to joplin for the day to help rebuild down there. #forthekids
Corrin Genovese (softball): Rise n shine Joplin we on our way
Dane Opel: Upset I am missing a day of shark week but no good deed goes unpunished..Joplin for the day #MIZforJoplin @MUTigerBaseball
Griffin Goodrich: If baseball doesn't work, def going into the painting business
@MUTigerBaseball: Lunch break at 2615 Virginia Ave. Joplin, MO. Guys are hard at work. Lots of painting! #MIZforJoplin
♦ Mizzou players return to help Joplin Habitat (kix1025.com)
The University of Missouri Baseball and Softball teams visited Joplin today in the school's fourth visit as part of the Habitat for Humanity's "Governor's Joplin Challenge." Assistant Baseball Coach Dan Pietroburgo tells News Talk KZRG the May 2011 tornado hits close to home for at least one member of the team.
"One of our incoming players, Brecken Williams, is from Webb City. So, not too far away, so they felt it a little bit. Everyone's kind of rallied around this, and we're just excited to be here to help any way we can."
The players painted eight homes that have been built in the tornado zone by fellow Tigers, as well as members of the St. Louis Rams and Kansas Chiefs.