A scary moment happened on Wednesday evening during Arkansas’ second round game in the SEC Tournament versus Georgia.
During the second inning of the Razorbacks matchup with the Bulldogs, Brady Slavens was turning off on what looked to be another RBI double. Slavens would roll his ankle and stay on the ground for a few moments.
However, with assistance Slavens would put weight on his injured ankle and make it to the dugout. He would remain in the dugout for the remainder of the game with his leg raised but in good spirits.
Razorback Baseball did give an update on Slavens this afternoon. Steve Sullivan of KATV had this report:
Brady Slavens has a lateral ankle sprain, which usually takes 1-3 weeks to return.— Steve Sullivan (@sully7777) May 27, 2021
This is the best case scenario for the Razorbacks leading RBI hitter with 61 on the season. Slavens will likely miss the entire NCAA Regional in Fayetteville but could be back in time for the Super Regional.