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No. 24 @RazorbackBSB Concludes Home Stand With Four Games

02/27/2014
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FAYETTEVILLE - The 24th-ranked Arkansas baseball team wraps up its season-opening 10-game home stand with a three game series vs. South Alabama and a Monday game vs. IPFW.

Arkansas' projected rotation for the weekend matches LHP Jalen Beeks (2-0, 0.00) against South Alabama RHP Matt Bell (1-0, 2.03) on Friday, RHP Chris Oliver (1-0, 0.82) against LHP Locke St. John (0-0, 2.70) on Saturday and RHP Trey Killian (0-0, 0.00) against a pitcher to be determined Sunday. Monday's starters are TDB for both teams.

Game times are set for 3:05 p.m. Friday, 12:05 p.m. Saturday, 1:05 p.m. Sunday and 3:05 p.m. Monday. For tickets, click here.

The complete game notes packet can be found here. For more information on Arkansas baseball, follow @RazorbackBSB on Twitter.

 

  • Arkansas is one of 11 undefeated teams remaining among the 298 teams in Division I. The SEC still has three undefeated teams, the highest number of undefeated teams for any conference entering this weekend.
  • The Razorbacks have won their first six games of a season for the sixth time under Dave Van Horn and the third time in the last four years.
  • Arkansas has swept its first two three-game series of the season for the first time since 2011.
  • The Razorbacks have scored first in every game this season and have not trailed at the end of any inning through the first six games.
  • Arkansas has scored at least six runs in its first six games for the second time since 1997. In records dating back to 1960, this is the Razorbacks’ seventh time with a streak of at least six games with six runs or more scored to open a season. The school record for most games with at least six runs scored to open a season is 18 in 1996.
  • Arkansas leads the SEC in hit by pitch with 19 so far this season. Last season, the Razorbacks were hit by 36 pitches in 61 games. The school record for hit by pitches is 107 in 64 games in 2007.
  • Arkansas is averaging 7,560 fans per game this season, which ranks 4th in the NCAA. Arkansas has ranked in the top five nationally in average attendance each of the last nine years.
  • Arkansas’ starting pitchers have an earned-run average of 0.98, led by Jalen Beeks’ ERA of 0.00 and Chris Oliver’s 0.82.
  • The Razorbacks’ first three hitters in the lineup, Andrew Benintendi, Joe Serrano and Brian Anderson, respectively, have each reached base at least once in every game this season. Benintendi leads the team’s regulars with a .538 on-base percentage that is tied for 2nd in the SEC, and Anderson is right behind at .536. Anderson’s .458 batting average is tops among Razorbacks and 2nd in the conference.
  • The final win vs. Appalachian State was the 2,000th in program history. Arkansas, which is in its 92nd season of baseball, has an all-time record of 2,003-1,265-6 (.613).
  • Arkansas won its 400th game in Baum Stadium in the season opener vs. Appalachian State. Since the stadium opened during the 1996 season, the Razorbacks are 405-158 (.719). The Razorbacks are scheduled to play 35 games in Baum Stadium this season.
  • 14 Razorbacks have made their Arkansas debut in 2014. Arkansas entered the season with 27 student-athletes who had not appeared in a game for Arkansas, the highest number in the SEC.

 


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