Category Archives: UK baseball
Got off the road, go to my office & find out I’ve got a full team doing what it does just about every night: playing pic.twitter.com/bQhunTKe4C — John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) July 20, 2014 Big Blue Links for Sunday: Sidelined by … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Thursday: Citing UK’s lack of support, Lexington mayor Jim Gray suspends Rupp Arena renovation project. Rupp will need an upgrade at some point, but now is not the time. Kentucky beats out UConn for a Top … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Sunday: Mitch Barnhart predicts a happy ending to Rupp Arena debate, reports Jerry Tipton in his Sunday basketball notebook.
Thanks to Ole Miss’ win over UL-Lafayette on Monday night, there will be two SEC teams in the College World Series, which opens Saturday in Omaha. Vanderbilt qualified by beating Stanford over the weekend. The Commodores will play Louisville at 8 p.m. … Continue reading
MLB.com reports that former UK baseball star A.J. Reed has reached an agreement with the Houston Astros and will sign Wednesday. Reed was the first selection in the second round of the MLB Draft last week, No. 42 overall. He … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Thursday: Sports Illustrated’s newest NBA mock draft has Julius Randle going at No. 7 to the Lakers. Class of 2016 quarterback Austin Kendall will visit UK next Wednesday, reports 247Sports (pay). Florida State has hired away … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Tuesday: Calipari discusses “challenging” foreign tour for ESPN interview Analyst says new UK women’s assistant a top recruiter Kentucky football targeting defensive end Darius Fullwood ESPN ranks college basketball coaches 26-to-50 with more to come No … Continue reading
Now that Kentucky has completed another baseball season, here is a look at Gary Henderson’s record over his six years as the UK coach.
Got back from Louisville at 3:30 a.m., so trying to make up ground this Monday. Here are some Big Blue Links.
LOUISVILLE — Kentucky baseball players Logan Salow, A.J. Reed and Matt Reida, along with coach Gary Henderson, after being eliminated from the NCAA Tournament last night by Louisville 4-1.