No. 12 Baseball vs. Missouri -- Post-Game Notes -- 4/12/14

April 12, 2014

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2014 Kentucky Baseball
Post-Game Notes
UK vs. Missouri
April 12, 2014 - Lexington, Ky.
Cliff Hagan Stadium

Team Records and Notes

  • Kentucky moves to 23-12, 7-7 SEC, while Missouri falls to 16-17, 5-9 SEC.
  • UK evened the series with Missouri 3-3.
  • UK is 8-1 in its blue and white uniform combination.
  • UK recorded its third shutout of the season.
  • Kentucky is 11-1 when scoring 10 or more runs.
  • UK improves to 17-4 when scoring first
  • Kentucky is 16-5 at Cliff Hagan Stadium this season.
  • UK holds a record of 6-3 in night games.
  • UK is 10-1 when not committing an error.
  • UK turned its 30th and 31st double plays of the season.
  • Kentucky has produced double-digit hits 20 times this season.
  • UK moves to 15-8 when facing a right handed starting pitcher.
  • UK has a record of 8-3 on Saturdays.
  • UK has an SEC-leading 111 two-out RBI.
  • Kentucky moves to 16-6 when hitting at least one home run.
  • UK owns a 162-7 all-time record in the Gary Henderson era when staked to an eighth-inning lead.
  • Kentucky has a record of 124-45 at home under Coach Gary Henderson.
  • UK concludes its series with Missouri on Sunday, April 13 at Cliff Hagan Stadium with the first pitch set for 1:00 p.m. ET.

Individual Notes

  • Sophomore southpaw Dylan Dwyer made his sixth start of 2014, his first career SEC start.
    • Dwyer worked 6.1 innings tossing 107 pitches, 63 for strikes.
    • Dwyer recorded his second career quality start.
    • Dwyer picked off the second runner of his career.
  • Junior A.J. Reed hit his 14th home run of the year, giving him the NCAA lead.
    • Reed is the first UK player to hit five home runs in five straight SEC games.
    • Reed had multiple RBI for the 12th time this season, the 27th time of his career.
    • Reed hit his 17th two-out RBI of 2014.
    • Reed drew his 10th intentional walk of the year.
  • Senior shortstop Matt Reida collected his fifth multi-hit game of the season.
    • Reida hit his second career sacrifice fly.
  • Freshman JaVon Shelby has reached base safely in eight straight games.
    • Shelby laid down his second career sacrifice bunt.
  • Junior centerfielder Austin Cousino made his team-leading 146th consecutive start.
    • Cousino threw out a runner at home giving him his fifth assist of 2014, the 14th of his career.
  • Junior Max Kuhn had four hits for the third time of his career.
    • Kuhn extended his team-high reach base safely streak to 11 games.
    • Kuhn leads the SEC in walks with 29.
    • Kuhn collected his 14th multi-hit game of the season.
    • Kuhn hit his 19th career double, the 10th of 2014.
  • Junior Thomas Bernal has got a hit in seven straight games.
    • Bernal has reached base safely in nine consecutive games.
    • Bernal hit for his sixth multi-hit game of the season, the 11th of his career.
  • Sophomore Ka’ai Tom hit his fifth and sixth doubles of the year.
    • Tom had multiple RBI for the fourth time of his career.
    • Tom notched his ninth multi-hit game of the season.
    • Tom hit his fourth two-out RBI.
  • Senior catcher Micheal Thomas has got a hit in eight consecutive games.
    • Thomas brought home his 11th multi-hit game of the year.
  • Freshman Storm Wilson has reached base safely in five consecutive games.
    • Wilson had his second career multi-hit game.
    • Wilson laid down his first career bunt-single.
    • Wilson hit his second double of the year.
    • Wilson was hit by a pitch for the ninth time of his career.
  • Sophomore Zach Arnold has reached base safely in nine consecutive contests.
  • Freshman southpaw Logan Salow made his 13th career appearance.
    • Salow inherited two runners, giving him a total of 14 on the season.
  • Sophomore reliever Zach Strecker made his 11th appearance of 2014.
    • Strecker pitched two innings and struck out two batters.