One year after Andrew Benintendi made a run at the American League Rookie of the Year award, another former Razorback is doing the same this year in the National League as Brian Anderson continues to earn his keep in Miami.
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Arkansas infielder Jared Gates signed a free agent contract with the Baltimore Orioles Friday, making him the 10th Razorback to sign a pro contract since the 2018 Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft in June.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Jalen Beeks will make his MLB debut Thursday with the Boston Red Sox. The lefty will join his former Razorback teammate Andrew Benintendi at Fenway Park where he will face off against James McCann and the Detroit Tigers. First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 PM CT. In 10 starts with AAA Pawtucket, Beeks […]
As the temperatures begin to rise and spring goes into full swing across the nation, the various leagues in minor league baseball are hitting their stride. 18 former Razorbacks currently have homes among the minor leagues and many are making their case for an early-season call-up. Here’s a look at a few of the standouts:
The 2018 Major League Baseball season is just a couple of weeks old and a handful of ProHogs have already seen their fair share of the field for their respective clubs. With eight former Razorbacks on current MLB rosters, here's a few that have stood out in the opening weeks:
With the 2018 Major League Baseball season already a week old, it’s now time for the minor league systems to get their seasons rolling as well. Several former Razorbacks litter various farm clubs across the country and are coming off impressive years with their clubs. Many of those players carried over that strong play into spring training this year and, as a result, we’ve seen several ProHogs receive promotions within their respective organizations. Let’s take a look at the Hogs who made the jump this offseason.
As the weather turns warmer and with the Razorback Baseball season in full swing, Major League Baseball teams are preparing for their seasons as well and several former Razorbacks have taken the field with their respective clubs at spring training sites in Arizona and Florida.
Former Razorback all-conference pitcher Dallas Keuchel became a World Series champion with the Houston Astros Wednesday night after the Astros defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers, 5-1, in game seven at Dodger Stadium.