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Arkansas Splits at Kentucky

Arkansas won the opener, 5-3, behind another save by Colby Suggs, but an error in the ninth helped Kentucky rally with three runs for a 4-3 victory and a split in the SEC baseball doubleheader Saturday at Lexington.

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Arkansas was an out away from a three-game sweep of No. 24 Kentucky, but an error by freshman second baseman Jordan Farris helped Kentucky rally for three runs in the ninth inning and a split of the Saturday doubleheader at Cliff Hagen Field. Arkansas (32-16, 15-8) won the opener, 5-3, when Colby Suggs recorded the save after Tyler Spoon and Brian Anderson each hit two-run home...

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