One player from each team who hopes to continue his outstanding postseason production in order to power his team through the CWS:
 


Junior infielder Adam Frazier has been one of the most consistent hitters in the NCAA tournament. He has reached base safely in every game and has yet to strike out in the postseason. Frazier has gone 12-for-28, including a 6-for-6 performance against Virginia in the super regional opener. In that game, Frazier had three extra-base hits, scored twice and drove in three runs.
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In two starts on the mound this postseason, Carlos Rodon has pitched 17.1 innings, highlighted by a two-hit shutout against William & Mary. Rodon has piled up 19 strikeouts and surrendered only two walks. A sophomore, Rodon tops the nation in strikeouts (170) and strikeouts per nine innings (12.93) this year.
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Regarded as one of the best players in the country, Colin Moran has had at least one hit in six of seven games this postseason. Ranked in the top 20 in runs (73), hits (91), RBIs (88), total bases (147) and walks (61), Moran was chosen by the Miami Marlins with the sixth pick in the MLB draft. Pitchers must be cautious against Moran as he is due for a breakout game.
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Sophomore David Berg has been a critical part of UCLA's impressive 5-0 run in the NCAA tournament. The Bruins are tied for the fewest runs allowed (10, NC State), including two shutouts in their past three games. Berg has closed out all five games, earning three saves and a win in 7.1 innings. He is second in the country in WHIP (0.80), saves (21) and ERA (0.88).
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Coco Johnson has been an offensive spark for the somewhat-surprising Louisville squad. In five games, he has collected seven hits, six RBIs and scored three runs for a Cardinals team that swept both Bowling Green and heavily favored Vanderbilt. Johnson opened the tournament with a 3-for-4 performance, blasting two home runs and driving in three runs.
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Aaron Nola has been arguably the most dominant pitcher in this year's tournament. In two starts, he has yet to allow an earned run and has collected a pair of wins. He picked up six strikeouts in seven innings against Sam Houston State and followed by tossing a two-hit shutout against Oklahoma in the super regional. Nola sports the fourth-lowest WHIP in the country (0.81).
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Sam Travis has been a surprise compliment to Indiana's power-hitting stars of Kyle Schwarber and Dustin DeMuth during this postseason. The hot-hitting Hoosiers have scored at least five runs in every game, including more than 10 in three of their past four. Travis has notched at least one hit in each contest, going 7-for-19 with seven RBIs, five walks and six runs scored.
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Oregon State freshman standout Andrew Moore is tied for the most wins in Division I this season (14, Vanderbilt's Tyler Beede). Moore currently sits sixth in WHIP (0.87) and ninth in ERA (1.36). He went eight innings and collected wins in both of his starts this postseason, allowing only one earned run to UC Santa Barbara and three to Kansas State in a potential elimination game.
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