Here’s the open line. Looks like a great night for beer can chicken. Also: The State Police issued a call for help on a hit-and-run that injured an Oklahoma  baseball player attempting to cross a highway in Monticello Saturday night. The release:

Joseph D. Cerda, Jr., 20, of San Antonio, Texas was seriously injured in Monticello last night (Saturday, March 16, 2019) when he was struck by what has been described as a “dark color car” traveling north along U.S. Highway 425. Cerda was among a group of baseball teammates from Southeast Oklahoma University who at approximately 8:10 PM were crossing the highway on foot to get to a local restaurant.

Teammates told Arkansas State Troopers they saw Cerda attempt to jump away from the path of the car, but was struck. The driver of the car did not stop.

The Oklahoma baseball team had been participating in a game at the University of Arkansas – Monticello.

Cerda was transported to a Monticello hospital and later airlifted to be treated at a Little Rock hospital.

Anyone with information about a better description of the car or any information that may help law enforcement identify the driver is asked to call the Arkansas State Police at (870) 226-3713, or the Monticello Police Department at (870) 367-3411.