NOT JUST A FLASH IN THE PAN
Dave Van Horn saw Coach Muss hitting the transfer portal and decided to get in on the fun. Razorback baseball has landed a big-time transfer from Kent State—senior infielder Michael Turner, who tweeted the announcement.
Turner was a big part of the Golden Flash offense the last three seasons and has shown versatility in his college career, playing catcher, first base, and third base.
Here's the nitty gritty on the newest Diamond Hog...
▶️ Power Hitter: Despite playing in just 25 games last year, he was second on Kent State with six home runs. And he averaged one home run every 14.8 at bats. Compare that with Robert Moore (14.6), Brady Slavens (15.6), Christian Franklin (16.5), and Cayden Wallace (17.1).
▶️ Not So Lil' Slugger: His slugging was far and away the highest on the Golden Flashes last year, compiling a .640 percentage.
▶️ Getting Them Home: In his most recent full season not affected by the pandemic, Turner was third on the Kent State team in RBIs (42). He was also fourth in doubles (12) and fourth in on-base percentage (.448).