College Baseball Prospect Update: Pitchers 4.29.11

Every weekend Prospect Junkies will be keeping tabs on the performances of the Top College Baseball Prospects and feeding their stats and our insights into one convenient place.

In this weekend’s Top 25 v. Top 25 action:

#5 Oregon State traveled to #18 UCLA and beat the Bruins 7-5.

#14 Oklahoma were shut out by Taylor Jungmann and #8 Texas 5-0.

#9 Florida State had a strong win on the road against red hot #21 Miami 6-5.

#17 Stanford lost @ #7 Arizona State 12-10.

Pac 10

Gerrit Cole – RHP – UCLA – Jr. 4.1IP 10H 7H 3BB 5K. (L, 4-5) Loss against #5 Oregon State.

Mark Appel – RHP – Stanford – So. 7IP 12H 7ER 2BB 5K. (L, 3-5)

Tyler Anderson – LHP – Oregon – Jr. 7.2IP 6H 1ER 1BB 8K. Good performance against #22 California.

Brady Rodgers – RHP – Arizona St. – So. 7IP 8H 2ER 0BB 8K. (W, 6-2) Over Mark Appel and Stanford.

Andrew Triggs – RHP – USC – Jr. 7.2IP 6H 1ER 2BB 4K.

Adam Conely – LHP – Washington St. – Jr. 7.2IP 9H 2ER 3BB 6K. (W, 5-5)

Erik Johnson – RHP – California – Jr. 8IP 4H 1ER 3BB 11K.

Sam Gaviglio – RHP – Oregon State – Jr.6IP 6H 5ER 7BB 0K. (8-1). 7BB 0K….W??

Kyle Simon – RHP – Arizona – Jr. 6.1IP 9H 3ER 1BB 2K.

SEC

Sonny Gray – RHP – Vanderbilt – Jr. 8IP 4H 1ER 4BB 6K. (W, 9-2)

Hudson Randall – RHP – Florida – So. 7.1IP 6H 3ER 0BB 6K (W, 8-1).

Michael Roth – LHP – South Carolina – Jr. 8IP 7H 1ER 1BB 6K.

Kevin Gausman – RHP – LSU – Fr. 7IP 2H 1ER 3BB 8K.

Kurt McCune – RHP – LSU – Fr. 6.1IP 7H 2ER 2BB 7K. Thursday.

Alex Meyer – RHP – Kentucky – Jr. 7IP 4H 3ER 2BB 10K. Thursday.

Big 12

Taylor Jungmann – RHP – Texas – Jr. 9IP 4H 0ER 1BB 9K. (W, 10-0). Jungmann has a 0.90 and teams are hitting .158 against him.

Michael Rocha – RHP – Oklahoma – Sr. 8IP 9H 4ER 1BB 2K. (L, 8-2)

John Stilson – RHP – Texas A&M – Jr. 6.2IP 9H 6ER 2BB 7K.

Logan Verrett – RHP – Baylor – Jr. 8IP 4H 1ER 2BB 8K. (W, 5-4)

TJ Walz – RHP – Kansas – Sr. 8IP 5H 1ER 3BB 4K.

ACC

Danny Hultzen – LHP – Virginia – Jr. 7IP 1H 0ER 1BB 8K. (W, 9-1)

Sean Gilmartin – LHP – Florida St. – Jr. 7IP 6H 3ER 4BB 6K.

Cory Mazzoni – RHP – NC State – Jr. 7IP 8H 5ER 2BB 12K.

Mark Pope – RHP – Georgia Tech – Jr. 6IP 10H 3ER 2BB 5K. (L, 6-2)

Big East

Matt Barnes – RHP – Connecticut – Jr. 5IP 6H 5ER 3BB 3K. (L, 8-3)

Brian Dupra – RHP – Notre Dame – Jr. 9IP 7H 2ER 1BB 10K. (L, 2-5)

Randy Fontanez – RHP – USF – Sr. 8IP 6H 0ER 0BB 9K. (W, 5-3) Out dueled conference foe Kyle Hansen of St. John’s.

Kyle Hansen – RHP – St. John’s – So. 6.1IP 6H 2ER 2BB 3K. (L, 6-4)

Mountain West Conference

Kyle Winkler – RHP – TCU – Jr. 7IP 5H 0ER 1BB 13K. (W, 8-1) Thursday

Big South Conference

Anthony Meo – RHP – Coastal Carolina – Jr. 7IP 6H 1ER 1BB 10K. (W, 6-3)

West Coast Conference

Ryan Carpenter – LHP – Gonzaga – Jr. 9IP 5H 0ER 1BB 9K. (W, 6-1)

Southland Conference

Carson Smith – RHP – Texas State – Jr. 8.1IP 4H 1ER 3BB 13K.

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College Baseball Top 25: 4.25.11

There were three big inter-top 25 series this weekend and they were largely lop sided affairs. #15 Oklahoma State was swept on the road at #6 Texas A&M, #10 Arizona State swept #16 California and #22 Stanford took two of three against #13 UCLA.

Next weekend’s Top 25 v. Top 25 action:

#5 Oregon State @ #18 UCLA

#14 Oklahoma @ #8 Texas

#9 Florida State @ #21 Miami

#17 Stanford @ #7 Arizona State

Rank

Team

W-L

Last Week

Previous

Comments

1.

South Carolina

31-8

1-0 @ College of Charleston, 2-1 @ Mississippi State

1

I still think I’d pick UVA, Vanderbilt or Florida over the Gamecocks in postseason play given the latter’s lack in pitching depth, but they’re playing like the #1 team right now.

2.

Virginia

40-4

1-0 @ Radford, 1-0 v Richmond, 2-1 v. NC State

2

I didn’t expect UVA to lose a game this weekend to NC State but the Wolf Pack did sweep UNC last weekend so they’re developing a regional resume.

3.

Vanderbilt

35-5

3-0 v. LSU

3

The Dores scored 31 runs in the weekend while sweeping LSU. LSU falls to 4-14 in conference play (20-2 outside of conference play)

4.

Florida

31-10

0-1 @ UCF, 3-0 Alabama

4

Gators have lost 4 straight midweek games but they’re 10-2 on the weekend during that time.

5.

Oregon State

29-8

2-1 v. Washington St.

5

The Beavers threw pro prospect Josh Osich in game 3 of the series but lost despite 6.1IP 8H 2ER 1BB 8K.

6.

Texas A&M

29-11

0-1 v. TCU, 3-0 v. Oklahoma St.

6

In the most impressive series of the weekend, the Aggies swept then #15 Oklahoma State.

7.

Arizona State

28-9

3-0 @ California

10

Despite the distractions of being banned from postseason play, the Sun Devils have been fantastic save being swept at Oregon State a few weeks ago.

8.

Texas

30-10

1-0 v. UT Pan American, 2-1 @ Kansas

8

Taylor Jungmann has been so good this season. 10 GS, 9-0, 1.00 ERA and 2 shutouts.

9.

Florida State

31-10

2-0 v. Florida Gulf Coast, 3-0 v. Duke

9

After being held to 1 run in Friday’s loss, the Seminoles scored 33 runs in the next two games to take the series.

10.

Georgia Tech

30-11

0-1 @ Mercer, 3-0 v. Boston College

11

Mark Pope is 9-1 with a 1.01 ERA, 5 CG and 3 Shutouts.

11.

Fresno St.

28-7

1-0 v. Cal Poly, 3-1 v. Sacramento St.

12

Fresno has found a true ace in Senior RHP Greg Gonzalez who is now 7-0 in the Friday role.

12.

Cal State Fullerton

28-11

1-2 @ Cal Poly

7

First series loss since being swept at LSU in mid-March.

13.

TCU

29-11

1-0 @ Texas A&M, 3-0 v. UNLV

14

After their initial fall from grace, TCU has won 14 of their last 16.

14.

Oklahoma

29-11

0-1 v. Dallas Baptist, 1-0 v. Bacone, 2-0 v. Nebraska

18

It’ll be a big week for the Sooners as they take on #13 TCU midweek and #8 Texas Longhorns.

15.

Southern Mississippi

30-9

0-1 v. LSU, 3-0 v. Marshall

24

Sweeping Marshall isn’t all that impressive but most teams in the 15-24 range were disappointing this weekend.

16.

North Carolina

32-12

1-0 v. Coastal Carolina, 1-2 v. Miami (FL)

17

Freshman Kent Emanuel got back on track with a 9IP 9H 1ER 1BB 4K win on Sunday.

17.

Stanford

19-13

1-0 v. Santa Clara, 2-1 v. UCLA

24

I’d guess I’m higher on Stanford than any college baseball writer in the country.

18.

UCLA

21-14

1-0 v. San Diego St. 1-2 v. Stanford

13

Trevor Bauer is now 8-1 with 127 Ks in 82.2 IP following his 17 K performance on Friday.

19.

Arkansas

28-11

1-0 v. Oral Roberts, 1-2 v. Kentucky

19

This team is too good to lose 2 of 3 against Kentucky.

20.

Oklahoma State

28-12

1-0 v. Wichita St., 0-3 v. Texas A&M.

15

Looking forward to checking out the Cowboys when they come to Columbus for a 2 game midweek series on May 10th.

21.

Miami

27-13

1-0 v. Bethune-Cookman, 2-1 v. North Carolina

NR

The Hurricanes will host #9 Florida State next weekend.

22.

California

24-12

1-0 v. UC Davis, 0-3 v. Arizona State

16

Cal is just 1-5 against top 25 teams in their last 6.

23.

Stetson

31-9

0-1 v. South Florida, 2-1 v. Jacksonvillle

23

I don’t know what to say about Stetson. They’re pretty good I guess.

24.

Rice

28-16

1-0 v. Texas A&M CC, 1-2 v. UAB

20

UAB is no slouch.

25.

Arizona

24-15

1-2 v. Oregon

21

Oregon was my preseason #12.

Dropped Out: Troy (25)

College Baseball Prospect Update: Pitchers 4.22.11

Every weekend Prospect Junkies will be keeping tabs on the performances of the Top College Baseball Prospects and feeding their stats and our insights into one convenient place.

This weekend’s Top 25 v. Top 25 action:

#15 Oklahoma State @ #6 Texas A&M – Aggies take game one 11-2

#10 Arizona State @ #16 California – Arizona State shuts out Cal 5-0 to take game two and the series.

#13 UCLA @ #22 Stanford – UCLA takes game two 4-1 behind Trevor Bauer’s 17K’s to tie the series.

Pac 10

Trevor Bauer – RHP – UCLA – Jr. 9IP 4H 1ER 2BB 17K. (W, 8-1)

Justin Jones – LHP – California – So. 9IP 9H 5ER 2BB 0K. (L, 5-3)

Austin Wood – RHP – USC – Jr. 6.1IP 11H 5ER 1BB 2K>

Kyle Simon – RHP – Arizona – Jr. 9IP 3H 1ER 0BB 5K. (W, 7-3)

Jordan Pries – RHP – Stanford – Jr. 6H 10H 4ER 1BB 7K (L, 4-4)

Madison Boer – RHP – Oregon – Jr. 9IP 6H 2ER 2BB 5K (L, 2-3)

Sam Gaviglio – RHP – Oregon State – Jr. 6.2IP 7H 5ER 0BB 8K.

SEC

Sonny Gray – RHP – Vanderbilt – Jr. 7IP 5H 3ER 4BB 7K. (W, 8-2).

Hudson Randall – RHP – Florida – So. 6.1IP 4H 0ER 2BB 1K. (W, 7-1)

Michael Roth – LHP – South Carolina – Jr. 6.1IP 3H 2H 1ER 3BB 4K. (W, 9-1)

Kurt McCune – RHP – LSU – Fr. 3.2IP 8H 8ER 2BB 0K. (L, 5-3)

Big 12

Cole Green – RHP – Texas – Sr. 7IP 6H 0ER 2BB 4K. (W, 3-3)

T.J. Walz – RHP – Kansas – Sr. 5IP 10H 5H 2BB 4K. (L, 5-4)

John Stilson – RHP – Texas A&M – Jr. 9IP 4H 0ER 0BB 12K. (W, 4-1)

Michael Rocha – RHP – Oklahoma – Sr. 9IP 8H 2ER 0BB 5K.

Logan Verrett – RHP – Baylor – Jr. 5.2IP 8H 3ER 1BB 7K. (W, 4-4)

ACC

Sean Gilmartin – LHP – Florida St. – Jr. 8IP 3H 1ER 0BB 13K. (W, 7-1)

Mark Pope – RHP – Georgia Tech – Jr. 9IP 8H 0ER 0BB 5K. (W, 9-1)

Conference USA

Austin Kubitza – RHP – Rice – Fr. 4.1IP 10H 4ER 1BB 3K.

Big South Conference

Anthony Meo – RHP – Coastal Carolina – Jr. 5.1IP 11H 3ER 2BB 5K. (L, 5-3)

Mid American Conference

Andrew Chafin – RHP – Kent State – So. 5.1IP 3H 4ER 5BB 8K.

College Baseball Prospect Update: Pitchers 4.21.11

Every weekend Prospect Junkies will be keeping tabs on the performances of the Top College Baseball Prospects and feeding their stats and our insights into one convenient place.

This week we were treated to the college baseball weekend starting a day early, as many teams started their weekend series’ on Thursday.

This weekend’s Top 25 v. Top 25 action:

#10 Arizona State @ #16 California. ASU needed 17 innings to beat #16 California 6-4

#13 UCLA @ #22 Stanford – A rare bad outing from possible #1 pick Gerrit Cole led to a Bruins loss at the hand of the Cardinal 7-4.

Pac 10

Gerrit Cole – RHP – UCLA – Jr. 6.1IP 9H 6ER 1BB 1K. (L, 4-4). Losses happen but one K against a young Stanford lineup is curious.

Kurt Heyer – RHP – Arizona – So. 7.2IP 9H 3ER 2BB 4K. (L, 6-2)

Mark Appel – RHP – Stanford – So. 7IP 9H 3ER 3BB 6K. (W, 3-4)

Tyler Anderson – LHP – Oregon – Jr. 9IP 3H 2ER 1BB 9K. (W, 6-1). Impressive in win over Arizona.

Brady Rodgers – RHP – Arizona St. – So. 7.1IP 4H 2ER 3BB 4K.

Andrew Triggs – RHP – USC – Jr. 9IP 5H 1ER 1BB 10K. (W, 3-3).

Adam Conley – LHP – Washington St. – Jr. 6.1IP 5H 3ER 2BB 4K. (L, 4-5)

Erik Johnson – RHP – California – Jr. 9IP 8H 2ER 3BB 2K. Cal lost in 17 innings despite great outing by Johnson.

Big 12

Taylor Jungmann – RHP – Texas – Jr. 8IP 1H 0ER 4BB 9K. (W, 9-0)

Big East

Matt Barnes – RHP – Connecticut – Jr. 9IP 5H 0ER 1BB 8K. (W, 8-2)

Randy Fontanez – RHP – USF – Sr. 6.1IP 7H 5Er 3BB 5K. (L, 4-3)

Kyle Hansen – RHP – St. John’s – So. 9IP 4H 0ER 0BB 15K. (W, 6-3)

Brian Dupra – RHP – Notre Dame – Jr. 7IP 11H 5ER 2BB 4K. (L, 2-4)

Mountain West Conference

Kyle Winkler – RHP – TCU – Jr. 9IP 6H 1ER 1BB 5K. (W, 7-1)

Big West

Andrew Gagnon – RHP – Long Beach State – Jr. 9IP 10H 2ER 0BB 6K. (L, 4-5)

West Coast Conference

Ryan Carpenter – LHP – Gonzaga – Jr. 9IP 3H 2ER 1BB 11K. (W, 5-1)

Southland Conference

Carson Smith – RHP – Texas State – Jr. 7IP 7H 3ER 2BB 9K. (L, 5-3)

2011 MLB Draft Scouting Report: Alex Meyer – RHP – Kentucky

2011 MLB Draft Prospect: Alex Meyer – RHP – Kentucky. 6’9″ 220. Class: Junior. DOB: 1.3.90. Last Drafted: 2008 – Red Sox (20th Round).

Scouted: Niagara Purple Eagles @ Kentucky Wildcats 3.12.11 (In Person)

Regarded as the 25th best draft prospect in the 2008 draft by Baseball America as a prep star in Indiana, Meyer’s strong commitment to Kentucky and the fact that he was advised by the Boras Corp caused him to slide to Boston in the 20th round. Meyer would later pass on an alleged $2 Million signing bonus to go to school.

During his time in Lexington, Meyer has been less than spectacular. Though he’s posted K/9 ratios of 12.1 and 11.1 in his first two years in college, he also posted BB/9 ratios of 6.8 and 6.4 during that same span.

I had hoped that Meyer could be the Matt Harvey of this year’s class, another highly regarded prep star who struggled through his first two years of school. Harvey turned into an ace and top 10 pick in 2010 (Mets 7th overall) and while Meyer has not been as bad as he was in ’09 and ’10, he’s been madly inconsistent.

Though I may have witnessed the best outing of his career, a complete game shutout where he yielded just 5 hits, 2 walks while posting a career high 13 strikeouts, I didn’t come away overly impressed as Meyer lacks the polish of his draft class peers.

Statistics *through 4.17.11

Year

Class

W-L

ERA

G

S

IP

H

K

BB

2008

Fr.

1-4

5.73

13

1

59.2

53

80

45

2009

So.

5-3

7.06

12

0

51.0

59

63

36

2010

Jr.

3-5

3.59

9

0

62.2

54

71

32

It’s important to note that getting one live look at a player doesn’t provide nearly enough information to produce a true scouting report, but that’s not going to stop me from giving you my report anyway.

REPERTOIRE:

Fastball: Meyer made a name for himself with his fastball and it’s still a power pitch. He sits in the low 90s and he can run it as high as 96. Meyer lacks command of this, and any pitch.

Curveball: The curveball possesses the potential to develop into a plus pitch and Meyer has the confidence to throw it in any count, confidence that he has not earned. He started several hitters off with a weaker get me over offering up in the zone then later he’d finish off the same hitter with a tighter swing and miss version of the pitch in the dirt.

Changeup: Meyer didn’t throw, nor did he need many changeups ageist Niagara and the times he did throw it he held the pitch too long missing his release point and causing the pitch to skip.

DELIVERY

Though he possess rare athleticism for a big man, Meyer doesn’t follow through on any pitch. When you’re 6 foot 9 and you don’t bend your back your ball is going to sail up and out of the strike zone and Meyer’s balls have so much sailing experience he could actually tell you the difference between starboard and port. Wow, that was bad. Though his high finish turns me off of his delivery, he does a decent job of repeating said delivery which is encouraging. Because of this, a good professional pitching coach may be able to turn him into a strike thrower. When throwing from the stretch, he’s a little too deliberate to home plate consistently posting times in the 1.4-1.6 second range making him someone that teams will run on unless he can cut that down.

FUTURE

When Meyer opted not to sign in 2008 he looked like a possible #1 overall pick in the 2011 draft. That’s clearly out of the question now as his warts have been exposed during his collegiate career, but on God given talent alone he still could find himself off the board in the first round.

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College Baseball Top 25: 4.18.11


The South Carolina Gamecocks are the third team to sit atop the Prospect Junkies top 25 (Florida and Vanderbilt being the other two) after taking down incumbent Vanderbilt 2 games to 1. Ultimately I didn’t drop Vanderbilt all that far as they were impressive even in defeat and #4 Florida lost a game to Georgia that would have jumped the Gators to #3.

One of the more significant jumps in the top 25 was Oregon State who takes a seat at the top 5 table. The Beavers were under appreciated entering the season but they’ve now jumped from #18 to #5 in just two weeks following sweeps of Arizona State and Stanford.

Only one team dropped out from last week’s edition and that distinction belongs to Louisville. The Cardinals were swept by St. John’s and have now lost 6 straight.

Next weekend’s Top 25 v. Top 25 action:

#15 Oklahoma State @ #6 Texas A&M

#10 Arizona State @ #16 California

#13 UCLA @ #22 Stanford

Rank

Team

W-L

Last Week

Previous

Comments

1.

South Carolina

28-7

0-1 @ The Citadel, 2-1 v. Vanderbilt

2

The Gamecocks have series wins against Florida and now Vanderbilt. Oh, and they’re the defending national champions.

2.

Virginia

36-3

1-0 v. Georgetown, 1-0 v. Coastal Carolina, 3-0 v. Duke

3

East Carolina, Florida State and Georgia Tech, the only teams to beat Virginia this season, have all spent time in the top 25.

3.

Vanderbilt

32-5

1-0 v. Middle Tennessee State, 1-2 v. South Carolina

1

The Dores usually solid pen failed them in game 3, costing them the series.

4.

Florida

28-9

0-1 v. Florida State, 2-1 v. Georgia

4

In stats that don’t matter, Florida is 1-3 against Florida State in midweek games this year.

5.

Oregon State

27-7

3-0 @ Stanford

9

Back to back sweeps against Arizona State and Stanford have jumped Oregon State from #18 to #5 in two weeks.

6.

Texas A&M

26-10

0-1 @ Rice, 2-1 Baylor

5

A great outing by Jr. RHP Ross Stripling on Sunday over Logan Verrett gave the Aggies the series.

7.

Cal State Fullerton

27-9

1-0 @ Loyola Marymount, 3-0 v. UC Santa Barbara

7

The winning for the Titans should continue against Cal Poly next weekend and Pacific the night before.

8.

Texas

27-9

1-0 v. Dallas Baptist, 2-1 v. Texas Tech

6

Texas can rival anyone in the pitching department but run scoring is an issue.

9.

Florida State

26-10

1-0 v. Florida, 2-1 @ Virginia Tech

10

After being held to 1 run in Friday’s loss, the Seminoles scored 33 runs in the next two games to take the series.

10.

Arizona State

25-9

3-0 v. Washington St.

11

Nice follow up to being swept by Oregon State.

11.

Georgia Tech

27-10

1-0 v. Georgia, 2-1 v. Wake Forest

10

After such a hot start, Georgia Tech is just 5-6 in their last 11.

12.

Fresno St.

25-5

3-0 v. Nevada

12

Looking forward at Fresno’s schedule, I don’t see a whole lot of L’s.

13.

UCLA

19-12

1-0 v. Long Beach State, 2-1 v. Arizona

17

Despite Gerrit Cole’s loss on Friday, the Bruins pulled off a big series win against the then #15 Arizona Wildcats.

14.

TCU

25-11

0-1 v. Oklahoma, 3-0 v. San Diego State

18

I’m concerned about Matt Purke being held to just 4 innings and around 80 pitches while going through a “Dead Arm” period.

15.

Oklahoma State

27-9

1-0 v. Arkansas Little Rock, 2-1 v. Oklahoma

20

It’s been a steady climb for the Cowboys as they’ve established themselves as a Big 12 contender.

16.

California

23-9

3-0 v. Washington

21

The Golden Bears will host #10 Arizona State next weekend.

17.

North Carolina

30-8

1-0 v. East Carolina, 0-3 v. NC State

8

Yeah I’m being hard on them, dropping them 9 spots, but I was just starting to believe before they were swept by NC State.

18.

Oklahoma

26-10

1-0 v. TCU, 1-2 v. Oklahoma State.

14

The rival Cowboys jumped the Sooners in the rankings following a toughly contested series which was decided by a total of 4 runs.

19.

Arkansas

26-9

1-0 @ Missouri State, 2-1 v. Mississippi St.

19

The Razerbacks will go to Lexington next weekend where they should handle the Wildcats.

20.

Rice

26-14

1-0 v. Texas A&M, 2-1 v. Tulane

22

The resurgent Owls have overcome a slow start and are still the class of Conference USA in my book.

21.

Arizona

23-13

1-2 v. UCLA

15

Arizona hasn’t had many cup cakes, but they will get Oregon next weekend who was once highly regarded but is now struggling.

22.

Stanford

16-12

1-0 v. Pacific, 0-3 v. Oregon State.

16

Cardinal will face UCLA next weekend.

23.

Stetson

29-7

1-0 v. South Florida, 3-0 v. Savannah State

24

Hatters riding a 9 game winning streak.

24.

Southern Mississippi

27-8

1-0 v. Mississippi, 3-0 v. New Orleans

NR

Golden Eagles were 20th on this list two weeks ago before losing a series to Memphis and dropping out for a week.

25.

Troy

26-9

0-1 v. Jacksonville St., 1-2 v. Middle Tennessee State

23

Rough week for the Trojans leaves them hanging onto the top 25 for dear life.

Dropped Out: Louisville (25)

College Baseball Prospect Update: Pitchers 4.16.11

Every weekend Prospect Junkies will be keeping tabs on the performances of the Top College Baseball Prospects and feeding their stats and our insights into one convenient place.

Pac 10

Trevor Bauer – RHP – UCLA – Jr. 9IP 4H 0ER 1BB 13K. (W, 7-1)

Justin Jones – LHP – California – So. 8IP 7H 1ER 3BB 4K. (W, 5-2)

Austin Wood – RHP – USC – Jr. 6.1IP 7H 1ER 2BB 5K. (W, 3-5)

Kyle Simon – RHP – Arizona – Jr. 5.2IP 8H 1ER 2BB 1K. (L, 6-3).

Jordan Pries – RHP – Stanford – Jr. 6IP 9H 5ER 4BB 3K. (L, 4-3)

Josh Osich – LHP – Oregon State – Jr. 6IP 2H 1ER 5BB 6K. (W, 5-0)

Madison Boer – RHP – Oregon – Jr. 5.2IP 10H 3ER 4BB 5K. (L, 2-2)

SEC

Brian Johnson – LHP – Florida – So. 6IP 6H 1ER 1BB 4K.

Grayson Garvin – LHP – Vanderbilt – Jr. 6IP 6H 4ER 1BB 3K. (W, 7-1)

Jack Armstrong – RHP – Vanderbilt – Jr. .2IP 0H 0ER 1BB 1K.

Kevin Ziomek – LHP – Vanderbilt – Fr. .2IP 0H 0ER 0BB 1K.

Kevin Gausman – RHP – LSU – Fr. 8.1IP 5H 3ER 2BB 8K. (L, 2-4).

Big 12

Cole Green – RHP – Texas – Sr. 5IP 7H 2ER 2BB 5K. (L, 2-3)

Michael Wacha – RHP – Texas A&M – So. 6.1IP 9H 5ER 3BB 4K. (L, 4-2)

Burch Smith – RHP – Oklahoma – Jr. 5.2IP 5H 4ER 3BB 3K. (W, 6-2)

Matt Stites – RHP – Missouri – Jr. 8IP 9H 5ER 2BB 5K. (L, 1-2).

ACC

Jed Bradley – LHP – Georgia Tech – Jr. 5IP 4H 3ER 4BB 8K. (L, 3-2)

Kent Emanuel – LHP – North Carolina – Fr. 1.1IP 5H 2ER 0BB 1K.

Big East

Tony Zych – RHP – Louisville – Jr. .1IP 4H 3ER 0BB 0K. (BS, L, 0-2). Easily the

Mountain West Conference

Matt Purke – LHP – TCU – So. 4IP 4H 1ER 3BB 5K. Left after just 79 pitches. Blisters again? Still?