We are officially changing the game to 6 p.m. tonight as the rain moves out of the area. No word on whether or now TV will still broadcast.— Mizzou Baseball (@MUTigerBaseball) March 30, 2013
Just got official word.Unfortunately, TV will not be broadcasting the game tonight.— Mizzou Baseball (@MUTigerBaseball) March 30, 2013
♦ No run support again for Zastryzny in Missouri baseball loss (Columbia Missourian)
“His record’s not indicative of how he’s pitched,” Missouri coach Tim Jamieson said. “It’s indicative of the competition that he’s pitched against, and the fact that we haven’t given him a whole lot of run support on Fridays.”♦ No. 4 LSU beats Missouri 2=0 (Columbia Tribune)
In Zastryzny’s six starts this season, Missouri’s offense has generated a total of nine runs, six of which came in a win at home against San Francisco. Since that lone win for Zastryzny, he has received only one run of support in three outings...
Through the first seven innings, Zastryzny never faced more than four batters in a frame. LSU scored a run in the eighth when a chopper bounced off second baseman Kendall Keeton's glove.♦ LSU baseball: Aaron Nola dazzles, Mason Katz smacks his 11th HR in 2-0 win against Missouri (NOLA.com)
Each team had six hits, but Missouri couldn't string enough of them together and whiffed on two primary chances...
No matter how it's wrapped, what it looks like when it's over and how a team arrives at the destination, an SEC win is an SEC win. So don't expect No. 2-ranked LSU to sweat much over a close-call win in a strange place against a team not familiar to anybody in road grays.
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"This is the way SEC baseball games are," LSU coach Paul Mainieri said. "Every one of them is tough, and any time you win one, you take a deep breath and you're proud of yourself."...