Razorbacks get one back

June, 17, 2009
OMAHA, Neb. -- The Razorbacks aren't going to go quietly.

Arkansas, which has 15 wins this season when tied or trailing in the seventh inning or later, got on the board in the seventh to cut Virginia's lead to 2-1.

Bo Bigham reached on an error by third baseman Steven Proscia. Then Zack Cox doubled to left to give Arkansas runners at second and third.

That signaled the end of the night for UVa starting pitcher Danny Hultzen, who was replaced by righty Tyler Wilson. A sac fly to center by Brett Eibner scored Bigham from third to give the Hogs their first run of the game.

Hultzen will stay in the game as the Cavs' DH, but his night on the mound ended with the following line: 6.1 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 7 K on 96 pitches (64 strikes).

There might be just six outs to go in Arkansas' season as we head to the eighth inning, but Hultzen's being gone brings new life to the Hogs' bats, as the bullpens have been quite the adventure so far at The Blatt.



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