COLUMBIA, Mo. — Jack Leiter is making a habit of being stingy on the mound and spotless on the scoreboard.
The Vanderbilt sophomore right-hander tossed seven hitless innings in the Commodores’ 11-3 victory over Missouri on Friday night — after pitching a nine-inning no-hitter last Saturday against South Carolina.
The scary part? Leiter said he didn’t even think he had his “A” material in his past two starts.
“Today I didn’t have all my pitches right where I like them to be, and I think that’s encouraging for me,” he said on SportsCenter on Friday night. “There’s always stuff to work on, and that’s the fun part about pitching.”
The son of former big league pitcher Al Leiter is ESPN’s No. 2 MLB draft prospect. The