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Back to the minors

I consider myself a fan of the Arkansas Travelers, mainly because I’m a lover of baseball in general. But my fandom is two-faced. Though I enjoy the experience of the games, I don’t much give a damn who wins them. Just give me a few cheap beers and a trip

Squirrel hunting with the Hogs

Things I’d rather do than see the Arkansas Razorbacks trounce an inferior North Texas squad in what might as well be called an exhibition game:

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A renewed baseball spirit

J.R. and Henry say Dickey-Stephens hits a home run.

The Altman era begins

The Times went to press with J.R. and Henry's column before Altman bowed out of the job. Here's what they wrote:

So long, Stan

J.R. and Henry say Heath's firing is only mildly surprising.

One and done

J.R. and Henry say many Arkansas fans have lost patience with Stan Heath, and his failure to fill seats could be his undoing.
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A rumble in the Rock

Rey Mysterio captured the younger crowd at the WWE "Smackdown" at Alltel.

Green jerseys and red herrings

Sometimes it’s difficult to determine which is more remarkable: that Arkansas fans work themselves into a frenzy debating a spring scrimmage, or that the majority of the media rush to defend every Houston Nutt decision quicker than Old Yeller did for Trav

Some lessons from Hogs’ spring game

EDITOR’S NOTE: We offer a regular Little Rocking weblog feature, a sports column from “J.R. and Henry,” to fill this week’s sports space and invite you to check them out twice a week on the Little Rocking blog on the Times homepage.
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