Missouri State Baseball Alumni Game


SBU STILL LOOKING FOR WIN NO. 1 – BEARCATS LOSE 14-10 AT WILLIAM JEWELL. D3 SOME OF MISSOURI STATE BASEBALL’S ALL-TIME GREATS RETURN TO SPRINGFIELD TO GET BACK IN THE BOX TODAY. KOLR10’s MATT VEREEN HAS OUR REPORT FROM HAMMONS FIELD, SITE OF THE BEARS’ FIRST ALUMNI GAME IN A GENERATION. (NATS) (NATS) OVER THE LAST THREE DECADES, MISSOURI STATE BASEBALL HAS SEEN A LOT OF SUCCESS. BUT ONE THING THE BEARS HAVEN’T SEEN OVER THAT TIME, IS AN ALUMNI GAME. THAT IS, UNTIL TODAY. HC Keith Guttin: “We had a great turnout. I think we had over 65 here, not participating necessarily in the game. Great to see these guys, haven’t seen some of them in a long time.” HAMMONS FIELD PLAYED HOST TO THE FIRST BEARS BASEBALL ALUMNI GAME SINCE THE 19-80S TODAY, AND EX-PLAYERS COULDN’T WAIT TO BE BACK. DETROIT TIGER MATT HALL, SOON-TO-BE FREE AGENT BUDDY BAUMANN AND EVEN FORMER PHILLY RYAN HOWARD MADE THE PILGRAMAGE BACK TO SPRINGFIELD TO REVISIT THE PLACE THAT TAUGHT THEM SO MUCH. Matt Hall: “This place raised HAVE PLAYED AT DIFFERENT TIMES, MOST HAVE ONE THING IN COMMON. HEAD COACH KEITH GUTTIN. Ryan Howard: “He and Coach Rowe,

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