Baseball at Arkansas -- 4/10/15 -- Postgame Notes
KENTUCKY POSTGAME NOTESKentucky at ArkansasBaum Stadium at George Cole FieldApril 10, 2015Attendance: 9,217
FINAL SCORE: Arkansas 5, Kentucky 3
Team Records and Series NotesWith the loss, Kentucky is 18-14, 4-8 in the Southeastern Conference. With the win, Arkansas is 19-15, 6-7 in the SEC.UK head coach Gary Henderson has a 214-165 all-time record in his seventh year.Henderson has a 6-7 all-time record vs. Arkansas.Arkansas leads the all-time series with Kentucky, 36-23, including a 19-9 all-time record in Arkansas.Kentucky will return to action on Saturday, with first pitch slated for 7:05 p.m. ET at Baum Stadium, with the game broadcast live on SEC Network+ and on the UK Radio Network.
Team NotesUK has hit 15 homers in 2015 and allowed 33, with 16 of those 33 homers coming with two outs.The Wildcats have an 8-5 record when scoring in the first inning and a 4-10 record when their opponent scores first.UK is 5-4 when allowing an opponent home run.UK is 6-3 when hitting one homer.UK is 4-9 on the road.UK is 2-5 in night games.UK is 13-9 when facing a right-handed starting pitcher.UK is 0-3 in April.UK is 4-3 on Fridays.UK is 2-5 vs. SEC on road.3-3 in blue jerseys and gray pants.
Individual NotesSophomore second baseman JaVon Shelby made his team-leading 84th consecutive start.oShelby collected his eighth double of the year and the 14th of his career.oShelby now has 12 two-strike hits.oShelby was hit by his SEC-leading 10th pitch of the year and the 16th of his career.Junior centerfielder Kyle Barrett played in his team-leading 123rd career game, starting his team-best 107th contest.oBarrett now has 143 career hits, passing Sean Coughlin (2006-07) for No. 27 in UK career history.Sophomore right-hander Zack Brown made his eighth start of the year in his ninth appearance.oBrown has made 13 starts in his career, appearing in 28 games.oUK is 4-4 in Brown's starts in 2015.oBrown picked off his second runner of the year.oBrown worked into the sixth inning for the seventh straight start.Junior outfielder Dorian Hairston hit his second career home run in the second inning.oHairston went 12 at-bats between homers, with his last bomb coming at No. 1 LSU.oIt marked UK's sixth consecutive solo home run.oHairston notched his fourth multi-hit game of the year and the seventh of his career.Senior third baseman Thomas Bernal was hit by his SEC-leading 10th pitch of the year and the 36th of his career.oBernal tied UK great centerfielder Antone DeJesus (2004-06) for third in UK career history.Former UK centerfielder Austin Cousino (2012-14) holds the UK career record with 47 hit by pitches.Sophomore shortstop Connor Heady collected his fourth two-strike hit of the year.oHeady notched his first two-hit game since Feb. 28 and the third time in 2015.Sophomore rightfielder Storm Wilson charted his fifth two-strike hit of 2015.Freshman first baseman Evan White notched his second multi-walk game of the year.Junior leftfielder Ka'ai Tom notched his 12th two-strike hit of the year.Freshman lefty Brad Schaenzer made his ninth appearance of the year and his third career SEC appearance.