There he is baby! Lets go Tep! #diesel twitter.com/MichaelLiberto…
— Michael Liberto (@MichaelLiberto) April 10, 2013
And Nick Tepesch's first out in the bigs. Liner right to Kinsler. Tiger-to-Tiger. #Mizzou.
— Mizzou Baseball (@MUTigerBaseball) April 10, 2013
Miles gets a 6-4-3 double play off the bat of Luke Voight to end the game!! 5-4 Tigers!— Mizzou Baseball (@MUTigerBaseball) April 10, 2013
Sal Belfonte has left Mizzou Baseballthemaneater.com/blogs/sports/2…
— ManeaterSports (@ManeaterSports) April 9, 2013
MIZZOU BASEBALL RECRUITING
No hitter for Devin Williams today against Kirkwood! Wildcats win 2-0! Great job!— HazWestBaseball (@HazWestBaseball) April 10, 2013
Mizzou recruit Devin Williams
♦ Tigers topple TEC foe (Pal-Item.com)
The last time Cole Bartlett opened the Tri-Eastern Conference season at the Milton baseball field, he was tagged with the loss despite striking out 12 and not allowing a hit.
Before he even took the mound on Monday, the NCAA Division I-bound Hagerstown senior already had a three-run lead and comfortably went to work.
With plenty of run support, Bartlett struck out nine in a five-inning complete game as his Hagerstown Tigers opened the TEC season with a 13-0 victory over Lincoln.
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Bartlett gave up just two hits, a walk and hit a batter, but was a big part of his team’s offensive outburst, too.
He was making his second start from the Tiger lead-off spot and reached base every time — twice on walks and twice on infield singles — and came around to score three of those times...
Thee Jake Ring #ManCandyMonday #Jacked #LadyKiller #BaseballPlayer #Mizzou #MyInspiration #NoHomo instagram.com/p/X3PUQKydPG/
— Chris Martinez (@Chrissyzard) April 9, 2013
Mizzou Recruit Jake Ring
Remove all the space within the atoms making up the human body, and every person that’s ever lived would fit inside a baseball.
— Brian Greene (@bgreene) April 5, 2013