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Kansas junior shortstop Matt McLaughlin holds the longest hitting streak of the season at 10 games. During that streak, McLaughlin is batting .333 (12-for-36) with two doubles, five RBIs, five walks and is a perfect 2-for-2 in stolen bases.


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  • Kansas’ all-time record: 1,865-1798-18 (.509).
  • The Jayhawks hold a 668-1,041-4 (.391) clip in conference play, including a 187-345-1 (.352) mark in Big 12 action.
  • KU owns a .548 (486-401-4) winning percentage in the month of March, with a record of 146-126 (.537) under Price.
  • Since 2009, the Jayhawks have won 5-of-7 Big 12 home opening series with the 2010 conference home opening set ending in a tie when Sunday’s contest against then-No. 22 Texas A&M finished in an 8-8 tie after 11 innings.
  • Kansas holds a record of 7-13 in Big 12 Conference home openers all-time, and a record of 4-10 in the Price era.
  • KU has won 29 league series at Hoglund Ballpark in Big 12 play, with 24 of those coming during Price’s tenure.
  • Texas and Kansas have played 40 times at the Hog with the Longhorns holding a slight 18-12 edge in those games.
  • The Jayhawks have only five series wins against UT dating back to 1991 with three of those happening in Lawrence – the last home series win came in 2013.
  • The last series win for Kansas over the Longhorns came in 2014 in Austin, where the Jayhawks defeated then-No. 10 Texas two games to one – a first since 1996.

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