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TC215: Steve Bieser, Missouri

It’s got to be a dream job when a Missouri boy can land an SEC coaching job without leaving his home state. And that’s exactly what Steve Bieser did. After growing up in Missouri, playing his college ball in the state, and then spending 13 years in professional baseball, Steve Bieser got into coaching via

TC131: Tim Jamieson, Missouri

Out of the frying pan, into the fire. That must be how is felt for the University of Missouri as they left the tough Big 12 and entered the arguably tougher SEC. But don’t shed any tears for the Tigers, as they appear to be holding there own.┬áHead coach Tim Jamieson admittedly has a steep

TC127: Keith Guttin, Missouri State

Missouri State University has fielded a baseball team for 52 years. For 38 of those years, Keith Guttin has been affiliated with the program, the past 33 as head coach. He’s had an incredible run and is still going strong. There is a lot of good information in this episode for young coaches and experienced

Top Coach 40: Brian McRae, Park University

Brian McRae had a real solid 10 year Major League career with the Royals, Mets, Cubs, Rockies, and Blue Jays — 16 years total in pro ball. His post-playing career found him working in various baseball-related positions, primarily in broadcasting. As he yearned for a more dependable schedule, he headed back home to Kansas City