Regionals Preview Part I

Gainesville Regional (McKethan Stadium)

Zunino
Florida

No. 1 Florida (45-16)
Southeastern Conference AQ (27th appearance, last 2010)
The Gators are fresh off winning the SEC Tournament title for the second consecutive season as they claimed the No. 2 national seed in the 64-team NCAA tournament.  Florida advanced to the postseason for the fourth consecutive year.  The Gators have won five of their last six contests entering regionals.  Florida is batting .306 led by Mike Zunino, who is hitting .367 with 15 home runs and 59 RBI.  Florida’s pitching staff owns 2.99 ERA with the Gators’ three starters – Hudson Randall, Karsten Whitson and Brian Johnson – compiling a 24-6 record.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.306 2080 380 636 118 11 54 352 .451 204 346 .377 55-81 2.99 14 .244 .973
Miranda
Miami

No. 2 Miami (36-21)
Atlantic Coast Conference At-large (40th appearance, last 2010)
The Hurricanes have advanced to the postseason for a NCAA-record 39th consecutive season.  Miami will travel to Gainesville during the postseason.  Last year, the Hurricanes and Gators met in the Super Regional, while Miami participated in the 2009 Gainesville Regional as well.  The Hurricanes rank fourth in the ACC with a 3.28 ERA. Zeke DeVoss paces the squad offensively with a .338 batting average, 13 doubles and 32 stolen bases.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.275 1860 312 512 108 12 30 278 .395 263 408 .375 95-122 3.28 20 .226 .963
Walker
Jacksonville

No. 3 Jacksonville (36-22)
Atlantic Sun Conference At-large (13th appearance, last 2009)
The Dolphins finished second in the A-Sun regular season race, earning their fourth NCAA appearance in the last six years.  Jacksonville also traveled to the Gainesville Regional in its last postseason trip in 2009.  JU leads the A-Sun with a .313 batting average highlighted by Adam Brett Walker, who is hitting a league-leading .416 along with 22 doubles, 13 home runs and 71 RBI. 

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.313 2077 443 650 102 15 47 392 .444 269 449 .399 88-103 4.90 11 .289 .959
Giordano
Manhattan

No. 4 Manhattan (34-17)
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference AQ (3rd appearance, last 2006)
After cruising through the MAAC regular season with a 22-2 mark, the Jaspers rode a 13-strikeout performance by Tournament MVP Mike Giordano in a 5-1 win against Siena for their first league title since 2006.  In their last NCAA Regional appearance, the Jaspers defeated No. 6 national seed Nebraska to reach the regional final.  The Jaspers have five starters batting over .300, and Mark Onorati is one of the toughest in the nation to strikeout, doing it only five times in 193 at bats.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.289 1613 290 466 93 10 32 260 .418 176 270 .385 58-88 4.03 8 .253 .969

Atlanta Regional (Russ Chandler Stadium)

Pope
Georgia Tech

No. 1 Georgia Tech (40-19)
Atlantic Coast Conference At-large (27th appearance, last 2010)
The Yellow Jackets are making their fourth consecutive NCAA tournament appearance and 25th in the last 27 years.  Georgia Tech is hosting a regional for the ninth time in the last 12 years, and third consecutive season.  The Yellow Jackets rank second in the ACC in both batting (.304) and ERA (2.84).  Kyle Wren tops the team with a .352 batting average and paces the ACC with 88 hits, while staff ace Mark Pope has compiled an 11-4 mark and ranks third in the league with a 1.77 ERA.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.304 2096 384 637 124 16 41 356 .437 253 429 .386 64-79 2.84 9 .232 .967
Vollmouth
Southern Miss

No. 2 Southern Miss (39-17)
Conference USA At-large (12th appearance, last 2010)
The Golden Eagles advanced to the NCAA postseason for the ninth consecutive season after sharing the C-USA regular season title with Rice.  USM won its last regional trip to Atlanta in 2009 en route to the program’s first-ever College World Series appearance.  The status of leading hitter Tyler Koelling (.367) remains uncertain after he suffered a hamstring injury on May 21, while two of the team’s top pitchers – Geoffrey Thomas and Jonathon Thompson – are currently serving a team suspension. 

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.302 1956 394 591 108 18 41 351 .439 252 327 .393 24-40 3.45 13 .264 .963
Parks
Mississippi St.

No. 3 Mississippi State (34-23)
Southeastern Conference At-large (29th appearance, last 2007)
The Bulldogs are back in the NCAA postseason for the first time since appearing in the 2007 CWS as they earned an at-large berth by winning two of their last three SEC weekend series on the road.  After dropping two in the SEC Tournament, and four of its last five, the Bulldogs will be looking forward to a rematch against Southern Miss, which they defeated 5-4 earlier this season.  Jarrod Parks paces the Bulldogs offensively with a .383 batting average while reliever Caleb Reed has compiled an 1.48 ERA with 11 saves.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.282 1910 351 539 94 16 28 309 .392 249 382 .384 84-112 4.37 15 .270 .973
Hogan
Austin Peay

No. 4 Austin Peay (33-22)
Ohio Valley Conference AQ (4th appearance, last 2007)
The Governors will be making their third NCAA postseason trip in the last seven seasons after sweeping through the league tournament with three victories.  Junior pitcher Jeremy Dobbs garnered OVC Pitcher of the Year honors after compiling a 9-2 mark, 3.43 ERA and striking out a league-leading 85 batters.  Sophomore first baseman John Hogan has driven in a team-leading 62 runs and belted 13 homers, while batting .317 on the season. 

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.306 1886 380 577 106 17 45 348 .452 229 379 .392 95-126 5.27 11 .301 .961

Tempe Regional (Packard Stadium)

No. 1 Arizona State (39-16)
Pac-10 Conference At-large (35th appearance, last 2010)
The Sun Devils advanced to the postseason for the 12th consecutive year after finishing in a tie for second place with Oregon State.  It is the fifth consecutive year, and 21st time overall the Sun Devils are hosting a regional. ASU ranks second in the league with a .303 batting average, and is behind Arizona in most offensive categories.  Joey DeMichele leads the league with a .371 batting average and a .647 slugging percentage.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.304 1906 340 579 125 24 32 306 .445 197 290 .375 93-136 3.27 11 .244 .971

No. 2 Arkansas (38-20)
Southeastern Conference At-large (24th appearance, last 2010)
Arkansas finished the regular season as the SEC Western Division champion as the Razorbacks claimed a NCAA tournament berth for the 10th consecutive year.  The Razorbacks lost to ASU in last year’s Tempe Super Regional.  Freshman Dominic Ficociello paces the team with a .351 batting average and 49 RBI.   Sophomore right-hander DJ Baxendale heads up the pitching staff and is 9-2 with a 1.75 ERA entering the tournament. 

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.270 1879 304 508 93 14 37 275 .394 191 407 .349 114-141 3.18 19 .239 .967

No. 3 Charlotte (42-14)
Atlantic 10 Conference AQ (5th appearance, last 2008)
The 49ers are making their third postseason appearance in the last five years after sweeping through the A-10 Tournament for the league crown.  Charlotte’s pitching staff is the heart of the squad as they rank fourth in the nation with a 2.43 ERA and fifth in Division I with a .221 opponent batting average.  The 49ers have collected 11 shutouts this season, and are winning contests by 3.6 runs per game.  Andrew Smith (9-4, 1.85 ERA) and Tyler Barnette (9-1, 1.96 ERA) lead the 49ers on the mound, while senior Cory Tilton tops the squad with 46 runs scored and 45 RBI.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.302 1857 382 560 96 21 18 339 .405 269 269 .396 106-134 2.43 12 .221 .968

No. 4 New Mexico (20-39)
Mountain West Conference AQ (3rd appearance, last 2010)
Despite winning just 16 regular season contests, the Lobos swept through the MWC Tournament and earned their first league title.  The Lobos received an at-large berth last season as they are making back-to-back appearances for the first time in program history.  New Mexico opened the season in Tempe, losing three times to Arizona State, and eventually going winless in its first eight contests.  Freshman third baseman D.J. Peterson is the squad’s leading hitter with a .324 batting average and 48 RBI.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.274 2033 302 557 100 14 18 262 .364 170 349 .340 29-48 5.88 9 .296 .963

Austin Regional (UFCU Disch-Falk Field)

No. 1 Texas (43-15)
Big 12 Conference At-large (55th appearance, last 2010)
After sharing the Big 12 regular season title with Texas A&M, the Longhorns earned their 13th consecutive NCAA postseason berth along with the No. 7 national seed.  Texas has earned a national seed six times, including the No. 1 ranking in 2004 and 2009.  Texas will host a regional for the 37th time.  The Longhorns pace the nation with a 2.25 ERA, headlined by ace Tyler Jungman, who is 13-0 with a Division I-leading 0.95 ERA this year.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.270 1886 307 509 110 25 13 272 .375 255 314 .373 64-82 2.25 19 .195 .982

No. 2 Texas State (40-21)
Southland Conference AQ (5th appearance, last 2009)
One of seven teams from the Lone Star State to qualify for postseason play, Texas State has advanced to NCAA Regionals for the second time in the last three years after winning the Southland Conference regular season and tournament titles.  Bobcat ace Carson Smith is the league’s top pitcher, and boasts a 9-3 record and 1.98 ERA along with 124 strikeouts in 104.1 innings pitched.  Offensively, junior first baseman Casey Kalenkosky gives the Bobcats a spark with a league-leading 69 RBI and 21 home runs. 

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.298 2081 423 621 81 14 58 382 .434 269 354 .389 94-116 3.82 16 .266 .965

No. 3 Kent State (43-15)
Mid-American Conference AQ (11th appearance, last 2010)
The Golden Flashes captured the MAC Tournament title for an unprecedented third consecutive season to earn the league’s automatic bid.  It is third consecutive NCAA Regional bid and seventh in the last 11 years.  Kent State boasts a conference-leading 2.56 ERA, and a starting rotation of three left-handers – Andrew Chafin (1.90 ERA), Kyle Hallock (1.91 ERA) and David Starn (1.95 ERA) – who have compiled a 26-7 record this season.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.296 2028 357 601 98 21 38 336 .422 224 316 .373 48-64 2.56 22 .235 .979

No. 4 Princeton (23-22)
Ivy League AQ (11th appearance, last 2006)
The Tigers were the first team to qualify for this year’s tournament after taking two of three games from Dartmouth in the League’s championship series.  Freshman pitcher/first baseman Mike Ford was named the League’s Rookie of the Year after going 5-3 with a 4.12 ERA in 10 starts, and batting .299 as the Tigers’ third-best hitter.  Princeton is 3-19 in 10 previous NCAA appearances with the Tigers’ last tournament win coming against Virginia (4-2) in the 2004 Austin Regional. 

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.276 1527 231 421 69 16 17 211 .375 123 326 .341 41-52 4.87 7 .267 .953

Nashville Regional (Hawkins Field)

No. 1 Vanderbilt (47-10)
Southeastern Conference At-large (10th appearance, last 2010)
The Commodores are making their sixth consecutive NCAA Regional appearance after finishing the regular season as SEC tri-champions and making a run in the league tournament before falling to Florida in the championship game.  Vanderbilt leads the SEC in batting (.318), ERA (2.49) and fielding percentage (.974).  Jason Esposito paces the squad with 21 doubles and 51 RBI, while junior right-hander Sonny Gray ranks third in the SEC with a 2.12 ERA.  Gray has compiled a 10-3 record and struck out 112 batters in 101.2 innings pitched.  The Commodores are seeking their first trip to the CWS.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.318 1964 396 624 120 11 39 350 .450 223 312 .404 74-102 2.49 17 .218 .974

No. 2 Oklahoma State (35-23)
Big 12 Conference At-large (38th appearance, last 2009)
The Cowboys are making their sixth NCAA Regional appearance in the last six years after a fourth-place finish in the Big 12 race.  OSU began the year 26-8, but struggled towards the end of the season, winning just four of its last 14 contests.  The Cowboys rank second in the Big 12 with a .295 batting average led by the league’s Newcomer of the Year Zach Johnson, who is batting .358 with 21 doubles, 13 homers and 62 RBI.  Left-hander Mike Strong is the pitching staff’s ace, and heads into tournament play with a 5-1 record and 3.61 ERA.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.295 2031 338 600 130 22 48 308 .452 165 347 .352 29-41 3.70 8 .263 .975

No. 3 Troy (42-17)
Sun Belt Conference At-Large (5th appearance, last 2007)
The Trojans won the SBC regular season title, and took two of three games in the league’s pool play tournament to earn a postseason bid for the third time in the last six years.  Adam Bryant and Tyler Ray swept the SBC Player and Pitcher of the Year awards, respectively.  Bryant paces the league with 84 hits, 56 runs and 63 RBI, while Ray is 11-0 with a 2.39 ERA.  Troy’s pitching staff ranks second in the league with a 3.74 ERA, and the offense leads the nation with 146 doubles.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.294 2021 414 594 146 11 43 373 .441 273 326 .388 55-71 3.73 10 .255 .975

No. 4 Belmont (36-24)
Atlantic Sun Conference AQ (1st appearance)
One of three new faces in the NCAA tournament this season, the Bruins won four consecutive games in the A-Sun Tournament to claim their first-ever league title and NCAA Regional berth.  The Bruins enter the tournament on a six-game winning streak as they head across town to nearby Vanderbilt to play in their first NCAA ournament. Nate Woods is Belmont’s leading hitter with a .347 batting average, 12 homers and 61 RBI, while Matt Hamann (9-1, 2.22 ERA) is the team’s top pitcher.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.299 2072 419 620 130 14 62 388 .465 222 343 .378 82-107 4.68 16 .280 .962

Corvallis Regional (Goss Stadium)

No. 1 Oregon State (38-17)
Pac-10 Conference At-large (12th appearance, last 2010)
The Beavers finished in a tie for second place in the Pac-10 race as they advanced to the NCAA postseason for the sixth time in the last seven years.  OSU is hosting a regional for the first time since 2006 as the Beavers look to rebound after losing the last five games. The Beavers pitching staff boasts a 3.00 ERA, headlined by All-Pac-10 first-teamer Sam Gaviglo’s 11-2 record, 1.95 ERA and 102 strikeouts.  Freshman Kevin Keyes also earned All-Pac-10 first team honors after batting .315 with 29 RBI.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.266 1796 315 477 106 12 25 287 .380 243 392 .366 50-64 2.93 17 .243 .971

No. 2 Creighton (44-14)
Missouri Valley Conference AQ (9th appearance, last 2007)
The Bluejays finished at the top of the MVC standings in the regular season, and captured their first MVC tournament title since 2007 to earn an automatic bid.  Senior outfielder Trever Adams paces the squad offensively with a .392 batting average, 14 homers and 57 RBI, while right-hander Jonas Dufek (11-1, 2.17, 118K) claimed tournament MVP honors for posting a 2-0 record and 0.84 ERA in 10.2 innings.  Creighton hosted the MVC Tournament at TD Ameritrade Park, the newly-built stadium that will be home to the College World Series. 

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.269 1901 309 512 110 19 37 276 .406 199 383 .357 66-90 3.38 21 .240 .980

No. 3 Georgia (31-30)
Southeastern Conference At-large (10th appearance, last 2009)
The Bulldogs return to the NCAA postseason for the first time since 2009 on the strength of a tough schedule, fourth-place finish in the ultra-competitive SEC Eastern Division, and third-place showing in the SEC Tournament.  Junior right-hander Michael Palazzone is the Bulldogs top pitcher with a 10-4 record and 3.20 ERA, while sophomore reliever Tyler Maloof is among the NCAA leaders with 18 saves.  The Bulldogs are also on pace to set a school record with a .974 fielding percentage.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.277 2069 293 573 96 9 36 267 .384 163 430 .340 45-59 4.99 21 .293 .974

No. 4 UALR (24-32)
Sun Belt Conference AQ (1st appearance)
The Trojans became the first No. 8 in SBC Tournament history to advance to the championship game, and win the league title after going undefeated in four games of tournament action.  UALR had lost five of its last six contests leading up to the SBC Tournament.  Senior Garret Graziano went 2-0 with a save and 1.59 ERA in three relief appearances, earning Most Outstanding Player of the tournament.  

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.275 1885 291 519 102 7 33 259 .389 230 403 .365 51-76 5.84 10 .306 .973

Fullerton Regional (Goodwin Field)

No. 1 Cal State Fullerton (40-15)
Big West Conference AQ (33rd appearance, last 2010)
The Titans earned their league’s automatic bid by finishing three games ahead of second-place UC Irvine in the conference standings.  Fullerton, which is making its 20th consecutive NCAA postseason appearance, will be hosting a regional for the 10th time since 2000.  The Titans have won 10 of their last 12 games.  Fullerton leads the Big West with a 2.85 ERA, and is led by brothers Noe Ramirez (8-3, 1.74 ERA) and Nick Ramirez (1.12 ERA, 16 saves) on the mound.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.285 1771 304 505 76 24 17 270 .384 186 313 .375 93-140 2.85 22 .241 .966

No. 2 Stanford (32-20)
Pac-10 Conference At-large (30th appearance, last 2010)
A fifth-place finish in the league standings, and 11 wins in their last 15 games, helped the Cardinal advance to the NCAA postseason for the second consecutive season.  It is also the second year in a row Stanford will compete at the Fullerton Regional.  First baseman Brian Ragira garnered Pac-10 Freshman of the Year after batting .321 with a team-leading 41 RBI.  Sophomore right-hander Mark Appel (5-6, 3.02 ERA) paces a pitching staff that has posted a 3.50 ERA.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.298 1816 278 542 93 17 23 253 .406 148 378 .358 29-45 3.50 11 .254 .968

No. 3 Kansas State (36-23)
Big 12 Conference At-large (3rd appearance, last 2010)
The Wildcats collected the second-most wins in school history and finished sixth in the competitive Big 12 to earn an at-large big for the third consecutive season.  Junior third baseman Jason King provides an offensive spark for Kansas State, batting .333 with 19 doubles, 10 homers and 57 RBI.  Relief pitcher James Allen has contributed 17 saves while compiling a stellar 1.35 ERA in 29 appearances.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.280 1963 352 550 106 19 34 319 .406 219 332 .366 123-151 4.21 18 .265 .974

No. 4 Illinois (28-25)
Big Ten Conference AQ (9th appearance, last 2000)
The Illini won the Big Ten regular season and tournament titles in the same season for the first time in school history, advancing to the NCAA postseason for the first time since 2000.  Illinois has won 11 of its last 13 games and 16 of its last 20 contests.  Brothers Justin and Josh Parr are two of the club’s offensive leaders, batting .333 and .306, respectively, and combining for 66 RBI. 

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.284 1832 310 521 92 17 28 279 .399 167 313 .359 95-125 4.84 10 .272 .974

Chapel Hill Regional (Boshamer Stadium)

No. 1 North Carolina (45-14)
Atlantic Coast Conference At-large (26th appearance, last 2010)
After a third-place finish in the ultra-competitive ACC Coastal Division, the Tar Heels’ strong schedule earned them a No. 3 national seed – their fourth national seed in the last five years. The Tar Heels are making their 10th consecutive trip to NCAA Regionals, and will host a regional for the fifth time in the last six seasons.  Third baseman Colin Moran earned ACC Freshman of the Year after leading the league with 68 RBI while topping the team with a .343 batting average and nine home runs.  Senior right-hander Patrick Johnson is 11-1 and paces the Tar Heels with a 2.56 ERA.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.285 1979 406 565 109 23 36 368 .418 315 346 .939 78-99 3.36 16 .248 .978

No. 2 Florida International (40-18-1)
Sun Belt Conference At-large (10th appearance, last 2010)
The Panthers’ runner-up finish in the SBC Tournament and first 40-win season since 2002 earned them their second consecutive trip to the NCAA postseason.  It is their first back-to-back appearances since 2002.  FIU led the league in both batting (.319) and ERA (3.58), and compiled a 21-3-1 record in their last 25 games.  Outfielder Pablo Bermudez was selected SBC Player of the Year after leading the league with a .373 batting average, while contributing 35 RBI and 17 stolen bases.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.319 2102 427 670 137 9 59 388 .477 257 396 .404 76-107 3.58 5 .254 .959

No. 3 James Madison (40-17)
Colonial Athletic Association AQ (8th appearance, last 2008)
The Dukes are on a roll entering NCAA Regionals with a nine-game winning streak.  JMU is the top scoring team in the nation with 9.2 runs per game, and are power-packed with a nation-leading .527 slugging percentage.  Shortstop Jake Lowery leads the nation with 76 runs and 83 RBI, and ranks second in Division I with 22 home runs.  While the Dukes’ offense reigns supreme, JMU’s pitching staff has improved, posting a 3.22 ERA and .248 opponent batting average over the last 15 games.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.321 2003 522 643 125 27 78 469 .527 278 411 .417 150-192 5.77 9 .278 .969

No. 4 Maine (32-22)
America East Conference AQ (16th appearance, last 2006)
Seeded second in the America East Tournament, the Black Bears swept through the championship to claim their first title and NCAA Regional berth since 2006.  Offensively, first baseman Justin Leisenheimer plays a key role for the Black Bears with a .327 batting average, 33 runs scored, 25 RBI and a team-leading eight home runs.  Junior right-hander Keith Bilodeau is the Black Bears’ ace with a 10-2 record, 2.87 ERA, 77 strikeouts and five complete games.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB SO OBP SB-ATT ERA SV OPPBA FLD
.289 1760 306 508 85 16 34 273 .413 157 292 .363 81-98 4.41 7 .249 .967