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3/1/2011 7:49:08 AM

GTbaseball
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Jed Bradley -- 1-0 0.71 ERA 20 SO 12.2 IP
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3/1/2011 2:54:58 PM

shoelessT
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dang we have some serious homers here.
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3/3/2011 8:33:49 AM


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I'm partial to Jungmann myself. He's shown amazing feel for ptiching since his freshman year and he just seems to get better. Cole probably has the best tools in the class, but Purke and Jungmann have advanced pitchability and great stuff in their own right.

Hultzen and Bradley are a tick behind for me in terms of stuff but have great feel and Sonny Gray is as good as anyone when his command is on.

Matt Barnes has started slowly but he deserves to be in the conversation and we can't overlook Cole's rotation-mate Trevor Bauer who can be unhittable when he keeps his FB down in the zone.

Don't sleep on John Stilson either. he's making the transition to Friday starter after being Texas A&M's closer last year and he's off to a great start.

This class is just amazing and it should be another stellar year for college baseball.
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3/3/2011 8:50:05 AM

Sassy
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One more note on Hultzen: He was named Collegiate Baseball National Player of Week after striking out 15 batters in 7 innings against East Carolina (a good team), with no walks.

http://www.virginiasports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&ATCLID=205105899&DB_OEM_ID=17800
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3/3/2011 9:15:43 AM

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Sassy wrote:
One more note on Hultzen: He was named Collegiate Baseball National Player of Week after striking out 15 batters in 7 innings against East Carolina (a good team), with no walks.


He's posted an amazing 25:1 K:BB with just six hits allowed in 13.2 IP. I don't know if anyone can keep up that pace but he's absolutely off to one of the best starts in the nation. Anyone who's seen him can attest to his competitiveness and ability to win even when he doesn't have his best stuff. The word gritty comes to mind.
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