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UA pitcher gets relief of his own

Posted: February 15, 2013 at 4:17 a.m.

Cade Lynch has undergone four surgeries to relieve migraine headaches since transferring to the University of Arkansas in 2010.

Arkansas left-hander Cade Lynch said he feels like a big winner this season even though he hasn’t thrown his first pitch.

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Dave Van Horn - Western Illinois Preview

Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn previews the Razorbacks' upcoming series against Western Illinois. (By Matt Jones)
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