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@RazorbackBSB Hosts Alabama In First Home SEC Series

03/20/2014
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FAYETTEVILLE - The Arkansas baseball team plays its first SEC series in Baum Stadium this weekend, hosting Alabama in a three-game series with game times set for 6:35 p.m. Friday, 2:05 p.m. Saturday and 1:05 p.m. Sunday.

Arkansas and Alabama enter the weekend as two of the four SEC teams currently on a three-game winning streak. The Razorbacks have won seven of their last eight meetings with the Crimson Tide, including a three-game sweep in Fayetteville in 2012. Arkansas holds a 19-14 edge all-time in games played in Fayetteville.

The pitching matchups are projected to feature LHP Jalen Beeks (3-2, 1.15) against RHP Spencer Turnbull (2-1, 0.31) on Friday and RHP Trey Killian (0-3, 3.06) against LHP Justin Kamplain (2-2, 3.67) on Saturday. Arkansas' pitcher Sunday is TBA, while Alabama is scheduled to start LHP Jon Keller (4-0, 1.63).

For tickets to the series, click here. Live stats, in addition to audio and video for RazorVision subscribers, will be available here. Sunday's game will be shown live on CST and ESPN3.

For the complete set of game notes, click here, and for more information on Arkansas baseball, follow @RazorbackBSB on Twitter. 

  • The Razorbacks are set to host their first home SEC series this weekend after opening conference play at Florida last week. Arkansas and Alabama enter the weekend as two of the four SEC teams with active three-game winning streaks.
  • Arkansas has won seven of the last eight meetings with Alabama, including a three-game sweep in 2012 the last time the teams met in Fayetteville.
  • Arkansas is 9-2 and is averaging 7.0 runs per game at Baum Stadium this season.
  • The Razorbacks have scored first in all 11 of their wins. UA is 11-0 when holding a lead after the seventh inning and 10-0 when leading after six. Arkansas has not lost a game this season in which it held a lead at any point.
  • Arkansas ranks 5th in the NCAA in team earned-run average, 6th in hits allowed per nine innings and 13th in WHIP. The Razorbacks also lead the SEC with six pickoffs and are tied for the 2nd-fewest home runs allowed with three.
  • Arkansas is one of two teams in the SEC with multiple pitchers to have thrown a complete game this season. Jalen Beeks pitched a complete game vs. San Francisco on March 7, and Trey Killian pitched a complete game March 15 at Florida.
  • Arkansas is averaging 7,418 fans per game this season, which ranks 2nd in the NCAA. Arkansas has ranked in the top five nationally in average attendance each of the last nine years.
  • 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 408-160 (.718). The Razorbacks are scheduled to play 35 games in Baum Stadium this season.
  • The Razorbacks have outscored their opponents 96-44 this season. The 44 runs allowed are the second-lowest total through 18 games under Coach Van Horn. Arkansas has scored at least 90 runs in the first 18 games every season under Coach Van Horn.
  • 16 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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