A few weeks ago, the Missouri State baseball team left for Kansas City mid-morning to fly to California for a weekend series against the University of California Irvine — an area that was already impacted by the coronavirus.
As the coronavirus continues to threaten the United States, the Missouri State baseball team’s road-trip to UC-Irvine this weekend was canceled.
It was a frustrating offensive day for the Missouri State baseball team on Tuesday.
Before the 2020 season started, longtime Missouri State head baseball coach Keith Guttin said the biggest thing the team can take away from arguably its worst season in program history last year was the experience the pitching staff gained from 2019.
The Missouri State baseball team’s offense has either been feast or famine through 14 games so far this season.
It was an offensive slugfest that saw 21 runs on Tuesday night, but the final run to cross home plate didn’t score via a hit.
A big relief effort and a ninth-inning home run proved to be the difference for the Missouri State baseball team on Tuesday afternoon at Oral Roberts.
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