Missouri's baseball team lost the series against Georgia after self-inflicted mistakes led to their downfall in the decisive rubber match, where the Bulldogs emerged victorious.

By the Numbers Yes, But

Despite Missouri's resilience and a successful comeback in the second game, their errors ultimately cost them the series against Georgia.

State of Play
  • Missouri suffered pitching struggles throughout the series, with Carter Rustad allowing 7 hits and 5 earned runs in just 3.1 innings in the first game.
  • In the rubber match, Georgia capitalized on Mizzou's mistakes in the fourth inning, scoring 4 runs to secure a 10-7 win and take the series.
  • Mizzou showed fighting spirit with late rallies, including a 6-5 win in extra innings, but fell short in the decisive game against Georgia.
What's Next

Up next, Missouri will face Missouri State in a midweek game before continuing SEC play against LSU next weekend.

Bottom Line

Missouri's baseball team faced a series loss to Georgia due to self-inflicted mistakes, highlighting the importance of consistent performance and avoiding errors in upcoming games to secure victories.