COLUMBIA - Ugly.
That's what the Missouri baseball team's statistics were this year.
The Tigers finished last in hitting in Big 12 Conference games, finished fifth in pitching, finished sixth in team fielding and often used its bullpen to pitch an entire game.
Only two hitters finished with a batting average over .300 and only outfielder Greg Folgia hit more than six home runs.
Yet, at the end of the season, Missouri (35-26) stood in third place in the conference and played for the Big 12 tournament championship Sunday.
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