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NCAA.com | June 23, 2014

CWS Finals: Inside the Numbers

Vanderbilt and Virginia on Monday begin the best-of-three College World Series Finals. Both teams are playing for its first baseball national championship. Here is how the Commodores and Cavaliers stack up, based on their CWS statistics:

  BATTING       PITCHING       FIELDING  
         
.259 AVG. .239   3.50 ERA 0.55   147 C 144
4 G 3   3-1 W-L 3-0   108 PO 99
135 AB 113   4 G 3   36 A 43
15 R 9   0 CG 0   3 E 2
35 H 27   0/0 SHO/CBO 0/0   .980 FLD% .986
6 2B 8   1 SV 1   2 DPs 1
1 3B 0   36.0 IP 33.0   1 SBA 2
0 HR 0   24 H 16   2 CSB 3
12 RBI 8   14 R 4   .333 SBA% .400
43 TB 35   14 ER 2   0 PB 1
.319 SLG% .310   19 BB 10   0 CI 0
20 BB 12   40 SO 27        
3 HBP 1   1 2B 1        
27 SO 19   4 3B 0        
1 GDP 3   0 HR 0        
.365 OB% .315   124 AB 109        
1 SF 1   .194 B/Avg. .147        
3 SH 7   5 WP 2        
12-17 SB-ATT 1-1   8 HBP 0        
        1 BK 0        
        0 SFA 0        
        5 SHA 3        

How They Got Here:
• Vanderbilt: Beat Louisville 5-3 | Beat UC Irvine 6-4 | Lost to Texas 4-0 | Beat Texas 4-3
• Virginia: Beat Ole Miss 2-1 | Beat TCU 3-2 | Beat Ole Miss 4-1

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