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T.J. Collett will return to Kentucky for 2021 season

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UK Athletics) – Kentucky senior first baseman T.J. Collett will return for the 2021 season, taking advantage of the NCAA’s ruling on...

Logue, Reks cap impressive day for Kentucky in MLB Draft

Kentucky left-handed pitcher Zach Logue and outfielder Zach Reks were selected on day two of the MLB Draft.

Kentucky’s White selected 17th overall by Seattle in MLB Draft

Evan White became the fifth Kentucky Wildcat to be selected in the first round of the Major League Baseball Draft when the Seattle Mariners picked him 17th overall on Monday night.

Kentucky preparing for Louisville

Cats vs. Cards Tuesday at the Cliff

UK Baseball & Softball Fan Day

Great turn out for inaugural event

Nick Mingione singing Henderson’s praises

Henderson leads SEC in producing MLB pitchers

Gary Henderson hired as Pitching Coach at Mississippi State

Henderson resigned from UK earlier this month

Kentucky Baseball hires Nick Mingione as the new Head Coach

Mingione joins UK from Mississippi State

UK walks off on Arkansas

Final score: 5-4

Grand Slam gives Kentucky the edge

UK beats Alabama 6-2

Kentucky Baseball tops Alabama

Final Score: 3- 2

Kentucky Baseball tops #1 Florida

Final score 5 - 4

Kentucky Baseball tops Florida

Cats win 7 - 4

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UK students move in with safety measures in place

It was the first move-in day for incoming students and it was one like never before with several COVID-19 safety measures in place.