What the senior right-hander hopes doesn't change is the success he has had on the road this season. In four starts Bolsinger is 4-0 against eventual NCAA Tournament teams California, LSU, Ole Miss and Vanderbilt.
He will try to make it 5-0 when the Razorbacks meet No. 1 Arizona State in the NCAA Tempe Super Regional Friday night in Tempe, Ariz.
"We'll start Mike Bolsinger," Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn said. "Which Bolsinger shows up is to be seen.
"Mike has had some great outings this year. You look at LSU and Ole Miss, and most of them have been on the road, so who knows?"
It has been a topsy-turvy senior season for Bolsinger. He began the year as the team's No. 1 starter but was relegated to bullpen duty after a pair of lackluster home outings against Alabama and Kentucky early in the conference season.
He went 7 2/3 innings and gave up just three earned runs against South Carolina but Arkansas was shut out.
It has been a completely different story on the road, however, where Bolsinger's earned run average in an astonishing 0.90 in games he starts. He has been especially effective in his last two road starts against Ole Miss and Vanderbilt. In each contest he pitched eight inning without giving up an earned run. Against the Rebels he struck out 11 batters and earned SEC Pitcher of the Week honors.
"It's just kind of worked out that way," Bolsinger said. "I don't mind the other crowd and the chirping kind of fires me up a little bit. I like pitching in different atmospheres."
Bolsinger will get the start Saturday as Van Horn looks to get Razorback ace left-hander Drew Smyly one more day of rest after he pitched 9 2/3 innings in last weekend's NCAA Fayetteville Regional.
Bolsinger looks at the start as an opportunity to bounce back from a pair of disappointing three-inning outings against Florida in the SEC Tournament and Washington State last weekend in the regional round. He battled soreness in his shoulder in both games but said that is no excuse.
"It was me," Bolsinger said. "I didn't have any command of my fastball and left in up in the zone and they pounded it pretty good."
This weekend also gives Bolsinger the opportunity to pitch just down the road from the organization that drafted him Tuesday. The Arizona Diamondbacks took Bolsinger in the 15th round of the MLB Draft with the 451st selection overall.
"I'm really happy with it and really happy with the organization I got picked by," Bolsinger said. "It's a good organization.
"No matter how much you say you don't pay attention to the draft - even me this year - it's still in the back of your mind until it's done. School is over. The draft is over. All I've got to think about now is baseball."