Attendance for the rest of the season

Hunter Yurachek said today on Phil Elson’s radio show that Arkansas will not increase attendance to full capacity before the end of the 2021 baseball season. He said he anticipates there will another increase in capacity for the seven games in May, but did not provide a figure.

“I think you’ll see some capacity increases, but we’ll never look like Ole Miss or Mississippi State did,” Yurachek said. “I know that’s what our fans compare us to, but we’re not going to do that this year at Baum-Walker Stadium, but we will continue to increase our capacity.”

Yurachek went on to say plans are moving forward for full capacity, tailgating, etc., for football games this year.

“We have Texas the second weekend of the season and we anticipate that Razorback Stadium will have 70,000-plus Razorback fans on Sept. 11 when we face Texas,” Yurachek said.

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Too bad we won’t see 12K+ at B-W this season. This team is really good, and it would be an amazing atmosphere for them to play in front of a “normal” crowd.

Here is a baseball notebook that leads with what Yurachek said about attendance, but also includes his comments on hosting NCAA regionals in light of the NCAA’s statement on transgender legislation, and some items from South Carolina coach Mark Kingston’s radio show tonight.

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