May 16, 2014
- Mizzou now leads the all-time series 28-21-1
- Dylan Kelly's first-inning double extended his hitting streak to 10 games, a personal record.
- Kelly's first-inning double also gave him 12 doubles on the season, tied for the team lead with Shane Segovia.
- The four runs for Arkansas off Fairbanks left him with just four earned runs in his last 20.2 innings pitched
- The four runs were the most runs allowed by Fairbanks since April 15 against Missouri State.
- The single to center from Jack Klages was his first hit since April 1 against SIU.
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Mizzou Announces Schedule Change, Radio Info...
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Mizzou Baseball's Recruiting Class Ranks...
The Mizzou baseball program has the nation's No. 31 recruiting class as Collegiate Baseball...
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