Kansas Baseball will host its second annual Autism Awareness Game on Saturday, April 6, wearing special puzzle design uniforms to raise awareness for autism, with Head Coach Dan Fitzgerald emphasizing the importance of education on the disorder. The game against West Virginia starts at 2 p.m. CT, with sensory-inclusive initiatives and opportunities for fans to receive autism awareness shirts. Last season's inaugural game saw Kansas defeating Baylor, leading to their first Big 12 series sweep since 2019.

By the Numbers
  • Kansas baseball record: 15-10, 7-5 in Big 12
  • Kansas won five of their last seven games
  • Stadium volume silence: 1:50 p.m.
State of Play
  • Kansas coming off a series sweep at BYU
  • Kansas to play at Wichita State before a series with West Virginia
Bottom Line

Kansas Baseball's commitment to Autism Awareness continues with the upcoming game, showcasing their dedication to raising awareness and educating the public on this important issue while also demonstrating strong performances on the field.