Black Claims Fall World Series Title

<i>John Miles</i>

John Miles

Nov. 1, 2013

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Junior John Miles led a pitching staff that allowed just five hits over nine innings as the Black Team claimed the Mizzou Baseball Fall World Series Championship on Friday night (Nov. 1) at Taylor Stadium in a 3-0 win. Miles earned the win, going 5.0 innings, allowing just two hits and one walk while striking out two. He was backed by a bullpen that put together four shutout innings, allowing just three hits. The win for the Black Team secured a 3-2 series win.

Gold starter Tyler House was good over 4.0 innings, allowing just two hits, but errors cost him two runs as he allowed three, only two of which were earned as he went 4.0 innings, allowing just two hits and no walks. Jake Ring, playing in center, tallied two RBI for the Black Team in the win, going 1-for-2 with a run scored. The first four batters in the Black Team lineup all tallied hits and cleanup hitter Eric Anderson went 1-for-4 while earning the save while pitching a shutout ninth inning.

Brett Graves, Griffin Goodrich and Peter Fairbanks all threw shutout innings for the Black Team as well in the win. Jace James, Keaton Steele and Andrew Hohn combined to throw five shutout innings for the Gold Team.



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