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Morning Sports Report - June 2, 2017

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Morning Sports Report - June 2, 2017 FAYETTEVILLE, Ar -- The Missouri State Bears will open the NCAA Baseball Tournament this afternoon against Oklahoma State. All-conference second baseman Aaron Meyer had his season cut short by an injury a month ago, but his teammates say the senior captain will play a key role for the Bears in this postseason run. Aaron Meyer was in the middle of another fine season in Springfield, in the middle of a potent Missouri State lineup. Then... April 25th - the Mizzou game. "I knew something was wrong. That's why I kind of rushed out there with Paulsen," says third basemen Jake Burger. "It was a freak accident. It kind of just snapped on me," said Meyer as he recalled his injury. That snap was Meyer's right patellar tendon, a severe knee injury ending his senior season. "Him and I have been best friends since I stepped on campus. After the game, I was just heartbroken. Him being a senior and one of our leaders, you don't want to see that," Burger said. Meyer's season as a player was over, but he remains in the dugout, as a teammate, a motivator and a captain. "Well absolutely, I want to be out there," Meyer says. "My role has changed now, and I have to deal with that accordingly, and I have no problem dealing with that, because these guys are fighters." Fighting for each other, because like Aaron Meyer, "You never know when your last game or last pitch you're gonna be able to play. So you just go out there, play as hard as you can and whatever happens, happens," Burger explains. Meyer isn't going to let his injury limit his support for his team. "It's definitely tough. It could possibly be a career, it could not. But I'm gonna be the best teammate, best leader, best captain I can be." Today three Bears earned All-American recognition. Jake Burger, third baseman, a three-time All-American selection. He and shortstop Jeremy Eierman are on the second team. Reliever Jake Fromson is a third-team All-American. The Fayetteville Regional begins for the Bears Friday at 2 o'clock against the Oklahoma State Cowboys. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The St. Louis Cardinals shut out L.A. 2-0 behind Adam Wainwright's two run homer. Springfield and Corpus Christi was scoreless in the third after a long rain delay. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In high school state baseball, Aurora beats Pleasant Hill 12-2 to advance to today's class three championship game. Cape Girardeau Notre Dame beat Springfield Catholic 2-1 in overtime for the class two girls state championship.

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Morning Sports Report - June 2, 2017 FAYETTEVILLE, Ar -- The Missouri State Bears will open the NCAA Baseball Tournament this afternoon against Oklahoma State. All-conference second baseman Aaron Meyer had his season cut short by an injury a month ago, but his teammates say the senior captain will play a key role for the Bears in this postseason run. Aaron Meyer was in the middle of another fine season in Springfield, in the middle of a potent Missouri State lineup. Then... April 25th - the Mizzou game. "I knew something was wrong. That's why I kind of rushed out there with Paulsen," says third basemen Jake Burger. "It was a freak accident. It kind of just snapped on me," said Meyer as he recalled his injury. That snap was Meyer's right patellar tendon, a severe knee injury ending his senior season. "Him and I have been best friends since I stepped on campus. After the game, I was just heartbroken. Him being a senior and one of our leaders, you don't want to see that," Burger said. Meyer's season as a player was over, but he remains in the dugout, as a teammate, a motivator and a captain. "Well absolutely, I want to be out there," Meyer says. "My role has changed now, and I have to deal with that accordingly, and I have no problem dealing with that, because these guys are fighters." Fighting for each other, because like Aaron Meyer, "You never know when your last game or last pitch you're gonna be able to play. So you just go out there, play as hard as you can and whatever happens, happens," Burger explains. Meyer isn't going to let his injury limit his support for his team. "It's definitely tough. It could possibly be a career, it could not. But I'm gonna be the best teammate, best leader, best captain I can be." Today three Bears earned All-American recognition. Jake Burger, third baseman, a three-time All-American selection. He and shortstop Jeremy Eierman are on the second team. Reliever Jake Fromson is a third-team All-American. The Fayetteville Regional begins for the Bears Friday at 2 o'clock against the Oklahoma State Cowboys. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The St. Louis Cardinals shut out L.A. 2-0 behind Adam Wainwright's two run homer. Springfield and Corpus Christi was scoreless in the third after a long rain delay. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In high school state baseball, Aurora beats Pleasant Hill 12-2 to advance to today's class three championship game. Cape Girardeau Notre Dame beat Springfield Catholic 2-1 in overtime for the class two girls state championship.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12449/6943018?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 02 Jun 2017 09:27:00 +0000 Morning Sports Report - June 2, 2017 Morning Sports Report - June 2, 2017 FAYETTEVILLE, Ar -- The Missouri State Bears will open the NCAA Baseball Tournament this afternoon against Oklahoma State. All-conference second baseman Aaron Meyer had his season cut short by an injury a month ago, but his teammates say the senior captain will play a key role for the Bears in this postseason run. Aaron Meyer was in the middle of another fine season in Springfield, in the middle of a potent Missouri State lineup. Then... April 25th - the Mizzou game. "I knew something was wrong. That's why I kind of rushed out there with Paulsen," says third basemen Jake Burger. "It was a freak accident. It kind of just snapped on me," said Meyer as he recalled his injury. That snap was Meyer's right patellar tendon, a severe knee injury ending his senior season. "Him and I have been best friends since I stepped on campus. After the game, I was just heartbroken. Him being a senior and one of our leaders, you don't want to see that," Burger said. Meyer's season as a player was over, but he remains in the dugout, as a teammate, a motivator and a captain. "Well absolutely, I want to be out there," Meyer says. "My role has changed now, and I have to deal with that accordingly, and I have no problem dealing with that, because these guys are fighters." Fighting for each other, because like Aaron Meyer, "You never know when your last game or last pitch you're gonna be able to play. So you just go out there, play as hard as you can and whatever happens, happens," Burger explains. Meyer isn't going to let his injury limit his support for his team. "It's definitely tough. It could possibly be a career, it could not. But I'm gonna be the best teammate, best leader, best captain I can be." Today three Bears earned All-American recognition. Jake Burger, third baseman, a three-time All-American selection. He and shortstop Jeremy Eierman are on the second team. Reliever Jake Fromson is a third-team All-American. The Fayetteville Regional begins for the Bears Friday at 2 o'clock against the Oklahoma State Cowboys. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The St. Louis Cardinals shut out L.A. 2-0 behind Adam Wainwright's two run homer. Springfield and Corpus Christi was scoreless in the third after a long rain delay. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In high school state baseball, Aurora beats Pleasant Hill 12-2 to advance to today's class three championship game. Cape Girardeau Notre Dame beat Springfield Catholic 2-1 in overtime for the class two girls state championship. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12449/6943018?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOLR




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