No. 19 Baseball vs. No. 8 Louisville -- Post-Game Notes

April 1, 2014

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2014 Kentucky Baseball
Post-Game Notes
UK vs. Louisville
April 1, 2014 - Lexington, Ky.
Cliff Hagan Stadium

Team Records and Notes

  • Kentucky improves to 20-9, while Louisville drops to 21-7.
  • UK leads the series with Louisville 68-36-1, leading 33-14 in games played in Lexington.
  • Kentucky is facing a ranked opponent in 10 of an 11-game stretch.
  • Cliff Hagan Stadium saw a season high 3,742 in attendance, the fourth-largest crowd in program history.
  • UK is 6-1 in its all white uniform combination.
  • Kentucky is 13-2 at Cliff Hagan Stadium this season.
  • UK has a record of 121-42 at home under Coach Gary Henderson.
  • UK holds a record of 4-1 in night games.
  • UK is 16-3 in non-SEC games.
  • Kentucky is 5-3 against top 10 teams in 2014.
  • UK has a record of 5-4 against teams in the top 25.
  • UK moves to 7-3 when facing a left-handed starting pitcher.
  • UK has a record of 3-1 on Tuesdays.
  • UK has an SEC-leading 88 two-out RBI on the season.
  • Kentucky is 6-2 in midweek games.
  • UK moves to 6-5 when the opponent scores first.
  • After going the first 22 games of the year with without a save, UK has had a save in its last four wins.
  • UK opens it series against No. 12 Florida on Friday, April 4 at Cliff Hagan Stadium with the first pitch set for 6:30 p.m. ET.

Individual Notes

  • Sophomore lefty Dylan Dwyer made his fifth start of 2014.
    • Dwyer threw 78 pitches, 45 of them for strikes.
    • Dwyer tossed 5.2 innings, striking out three batters.
    • He finished an out shy of a quality start, which would have been his second career.
  • Freshman JaVon Shelby hit his third career home run.
    • Shelby was walked for the seventh time of his career.
    • Shelby hit a career-high three RBI, giving him 11 on the year.
    • Shelby had his fifth multi-hit game of 2014.
  • Junior centerfielder Austin Cousino made his team-leading 140th consecutive start.
    • Cousino hit his second sacrifice fly of 2014.
  • Junior Max Kuhn extended his hitting streak to five games, equaling Zach Arnold for the team lead.
  • Sophomore Kyle Barrett made his first start out of the leadoff spot since April 9, 2013.
    • Barrett was hit by a pitch for the first time this season.
  • Junior Thomas Bernal hit his first career home run.
    • Bernal hit a career-high four RBI, giving him 14 for the season.
    • Bernal captured his fourth multi-hit game of the season, the ninth of his career.
    • Bernal equaled a career-high with three hits.
    • Bernal had multiple RBI for the third time of his career, the second this season.
    • Bernal gathered his fifth two-strike hit of 2014.
    • Bernal’s first home run came in his 126th career at-bat.
  • Freshman left-hander Logan Salow made his 10th appearance of 2014.
    • Salow inherited the ninth and 10th runners of his career, not allowing a score.
    • Salow has not allowed an inherited runner to score in his career.
  • Senior catcher Micheal Thomas collected his 16th two-strike hit of the year.
    • Thomas caught a runner stealing for the fourth time this season, the 17th time of his career.
  • Sophomore right-hander Zack Brown made his eighth appearance of the year.
  • Freshman Storm Wilson made his sixth start of 2014.
    • Wilson laid down the second and third sacrifice bunts of his career.
    • Wilson wore his seventh career hit by pitch.
  • Junior right-hander Spencer Jack made his team-high 14th appearance of the year.
    • Jack inherited the 12th and 13th runners of his career, not allowing a run to score.
    • Jack notched his second save.