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@RazorbackBSB Plays Host to Stephen F. Austin Tuesday

04/14/2014
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FAYETTEVILLE - The Arkansas baseball team opens a nine-game homestand Tuesday evening, welcoming Stephen F. Austin to town for a single game at Baum Stadium with first pitch set for 6:35 p.m.

TV/VIDEO COVERAGE
Tuesday's game will be broadcasted live on RazorVision.

GAME LINKS: LIVE STATS | RAZORVISION | GAME NOTES

RADIO COVERAGE
All three games will be broadcasted on the Razorback Radio Network from IMG College with Chuck Barrett providing the play-by-play.

PROBABLE PITCHERS
Tuesday (6:35p): SFA - RHP Halden Maynard vs. ARK - RHP Alex Phillips

SERIES HISTORY
Arkansas leads the all-time series with Stephen F. Austin 4-0, defeating the Lumberjacks three times in Fayetteville and once in Edinburg, Texas. The Razorbacks last defeated SFA on April 17, sweeping a doubleheader at Baum Stadium by scores of 8-3 and 4-3.

FISHER EYES HISTORY
Eric Fisher has homered in each of the last three games and currently has the team lead with five home runs. He could become the first player to homer in four straight games since Aaron Murphree accomplished the feat in six straight games during the 2008 season.

POWERFUL TREND
After hitting nine home runs through the first 32 games of the season, Arkansas has hit seven home runs in the last five games. The Razorbacks have hit multiple home runs in two of the last five games and connected with two grand slams this season.

TWICE AS NICE
The Razorbacks turned five double plays in three games at LSU last weekend to bring the season total to an SEC-leading 37. Arkansas has registered a double play in 22 of the team's 37 games and turned multiple double plays in a game 12 different times.

WISER THAN MOST
Jake Wise has turned into a nightmare for opponent behind the plate with an SEC-leading five pickoffs and 11 caught stealing. He threw out three of the four attempted base stealers in the three-game series at LSU, including gunning down two runners at third in the series opener.

MAJOR SUCCESS
Mike Bosinger, a right handed pitcher in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization, was called up to the big leagues Monday morning, giving Arkansas seven current players in Major League Baseball. The seven current players in the MLB leads the SEC and ranks No. 8 in the country.

LEGENDARY PITCHING STAFF
The Arkansas pitching staff is putting together one of the most dominant seasons in program history in 2014, amassing a 2.45 earned run average through the first 37 games. The seven shutouts already rank in the top 10 for a single season, with the record being set with 13 shutouts in 51 games during the 1977 season. The 2.45 ERA currently ranks second in program history, sitting only behind a 1.89 ERA in 61 games last season.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
• Arkansas is in the midst of playing 14 ranked squads in a 17-game span, including nine of those against current top 10 teams in the country. No. 7 Vanderbilt will continue that stretch this weekend.

• Brian Anderson extended his hitting streak to 13 games over the weekend at LSU and has now hit safely in 32 of 37 games this season. He has needed a ninth-inning hit in two of the last four games to extend the streak.

• The Razorbacks turned five double plays in three games against LSU to bring their season total to an SEC-leading 37.

• In the series finale at LSU, Arkansas improved to 9-2 when scoring in the first inning and 20-3 when scoring before the opponent.

• Blake Baxendale's grand slam Sunday gave Arkansas two grand slams in SEC play. Tyler Spoon connected on the first one against Alabama.

• The Razorbacks lead the SEC in complete games with five, with four of those coming against conference opponents, while Trey Killian's three complete games are the most of any single pitcher in the league.

• Coming up: Arkansas welcomes Vanderbilt to town for a three-game weekend series. The Razorbacks have won four straight SEC series at Baum Stadium and at least one game in 22 straight SEC series dating back to 2012.

For more information on Arkansas baseball, follow @RazorbackBSB on Twitter.


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