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Six Top Keys to Arkansas Baseball’s 2021 Success (And Then Some)

--Braden Sarver With a dangerously elite level of play in nearly all aspects of play so far this season, Arkansas’ baseball team has put the...

Expect Andrew Benintendi to Resurrect His Career with Royals

--Braden Sarver Following a trade from the Boston Red Sox, Andrew Benintendi is ready to turn a new page in his career. The former Arkansas...

Before Strip Club Frenzy, Super Bowl Streaker Bared “Brilliant” Plan to Connor Noland’s Dad

Frank Noland knows a thing or two about masters of self-promotion and marketing.  For 13 years, he’s lived in northern Nevada, where he raised current...

Heston Kjerstad, Casey Martin Land High In CBS’ Mock Draft

-Braden Sarver CBS Sports released a mock draft for the 2020 MLB Draft which will (finger crossed) take place in June. CBS analyst Mike Axisa...

Hunter Yurachek Q & A: Future of Spring Football & Hog Sports

Practically the entire sports world has been put on hold, thanks to a damn virus. Since all winter and spring college sports have been...

D1Baseball Ranks Arkansas As Nation’s No. 3 Program

Thanks to the historic badness of the football program, and schizophrenic performance of the basketball program, many Hog fans have gnashed their teeth in...

Arkansas Is Only SEC Baseball Team with 4 Preseason All-Americans

Razorback baseball is loaded this season, national baseball scouts agree. The national runner-up Hogs are again set to surge deep into the College World...

Razorbacks’ Latest Baseball Signees Nationally Ranked No. 2

Chances are the University of Arkansas baseball team’s most recent recruiting class is better than your most recent recruiting class. Want proof? The class, which consists...

Arkansan NBA pioneer to be Inducted in Hall of Fame, Featured in Major Motion Film

Technically, Nat "Sweetwater" Clifton was the second black player to sign with an NBA team. He was also the first black player to play...

Arkansas Travelers’ “Otey the Swamp Possum” As Gateway Mascot to Toothless Meth Head-ism

There have been quite a few famous faces affiliated with the Arkansas Travelers since the minor league baseball franchise was formed in 1901. Hall...

They Called Him “Oil” Because They Couldn’t Say “Earl”: Grant County’s Finest

On June 8, 1963, Sheridan native Earl "Oil" Smith, a three-time World Series champion catcher, died.  Smith played for minor league teams in Waxachachie...

Proposed Hot Springs Sports Complex Vs. Burns Park

There has been a recent wellspring of news pieces extolling the benefits of a proposed regional sports complex east of Hot Springs. The basic idea,...
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