(Courtesy Arkansas Media Relations)
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Coming off one of its best seasons in school history, the 2010 version of the University of Arkansas baseball team took to the diamond on Tuesday afternoon for a two-hour practice officially beginning its fall practice schedule.
After stretching drills, the Razorbacks went straight to work by practicing relay drills from the outfield. As pitchers rounded the bases, head coach Dave Van Horn hit the ball into the gaps between the outfielders giving his players an opportunity to work on communication and relays as the Hogs break in a young middle infield.
Following the relay work out, Arkansas moved on to pop fly communication drills before setting up the cage for batting practice. A simulated game completed the day’s work.
The Razorbacks have 45 days to complete their fall workout schedule which culminates in the annual Cardinal-White series. Dates and times for the series have yet to be determined.