Tickets were hard to come by as this guy found out. The game was already underway and several fans were still seeking tickets.
Unlike tickets, beer was easily had and served with a smile if you were on the inside of the fence, which I wasn't.
The Hogs had some trouble early on as my man Bo Bigham ran into a double play and then LaTech scored 4 runs in the second inning.
The Hogs would chip away at the lead, with the game tied at 4 after nine innings, and then ultimately win the game 5-4 in the bottom of the tenth inning, giving the fans more than their money's worth.
This game became a big event for Central Arkansas and further demonstrates the value of quality-of-life infrastructure like Dickey-Stephens Park, the River Trail and the BDB. It was very cool to come off of the River Trail and head across the Broadway Bridge in a big group of riders with crowds of enthusiastic Razorback fans hollering and giving the "thumbs up" as we rode by. It's just good fun to have so many things going on up and down the river with our strings of parks and other amenities. And this was just a Tuesday night!