Senior Ryan Lollis
March 29, 2009
STILLWATER, Okla. - - Missouri dropped the opener of a Sunday doubleheader with Oklahoma State by a score of 13-1 in seven innings, as the run-rule was in effect for the doubleheader.
Junior Kyle Gibson, who had not allowed more than two runs in any of his five previous starts this season, gave up a three-run home run to Dean Green in the bottom of the first inning. It was the first homer allowed by Gibson this season. The Cowboys then added four runs in the second inning to build a 7-0 lead.
Gibson allowed seven runs on seven hits, striking out three in 2.0 innings pitched. It was the shortest career start of his career. He had allowed just six run in his first five starts of the season.
OSU plated one in the fourth and the put five runs on the board in the fifth inning.
The Tigers got on the board in the top of the sixth inning, as senior Ryan Lollis doubled and scored on a double by junior Trevor Coleman. The double by Lollis was his second of the day. His two doubles were the first two hits of the game for Mizzou.
Missouri had four hits in the game with all four being doubles, two by Lollis and one each by Coleman and senior Steve Gray.
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