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Old 06-06-2019, 11:22 PM   #41
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Achievements, June through October 1950

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:

7+ Hit Games:

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Eustacio Vidal, Lakeland, A+ - 5K, 3BB
Henry Greenfield, Florida, MLB - 3K, 5BB
Stan Watson, Chicago White Sox, MLB - 4K, 1BB

Gabriel Lima, Jupiter, R - 10K, 2BB
Leon Garci, Burlington, A - 12K, 1BB
Colten Stewart, Connecticut, A- - 6K, 0BB, 1HBP
Caden Patterson, Kane County, A - 5K, 2BB
Gaston Cordero, Louisville, AAA - 5K, 6BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Zach Angulo, Spokane, A- - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Eloy Osorio, York, IND - 27G
Junior Raton, Boston, MLB - 26G
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Nativi Reymundo, Toronto, MLB - 35G

Layne Rye, Scranton WB, AAA - 26G
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1950 MLB Playoffs

Another team with their first MLB World Series win - the Orioles are champs for the first time. That leaves only the Dbacks, Reds, A's, Giants, Mariners, Cardinals, and Blue Jays as teams that haven't ended the season on top.
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AL Tomas Reed MVP: Brandon Scoresby, 3B, Texas Rangers - 7.0 WAR, 141 wRC+, 1.0 ZR

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AL Top Pitcher: Ponce Osornio, RHP, Seattle Mariners - 7.0 WAR, 80 FIP-, 2.4 K/BB
4 years in a row as the top pitcher for Osornio

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NL Tomas Reed MVP: Jonas Soler, RF, Colorado Rockies - 5.0 WAR, 135 wRC+, 5.2 ZR

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NL Top Pitcher: Justin Glatfelter, RHP, Colorado Rockies - 7.9 WAR, 75 FIP-, 1.2 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Osvaldo Botello, CF, Detroit Tigers - 4.7 WAR, 116 wRC+, 5.3 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Vasili Ermakov, 3B, Milwaukee Brewers - 4.2 WAR, 118 wRC+, -0.8 ZR
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1950 Hall of Fame

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John Kalinoski, RHP

Kalinoski was born in Waynesboro, VA and attended the University of Kentucky, where he was drafted 3rd by the Braves in 1931. He pitched 36 games in the minors before making his major league debut in 1932. He won the Pitcher of the Year and MVP in 1936, was a 4-time gold glover, and 3-time All-Star.

Career Stats: 4901 IP, 1898 BB, 1686 K, 3.61 FIP, 97 FIP-, 73.1 WAR, 63.8 JAWS

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Matt Olstad, LHP

Olstad finishes his career as one of the top 5 left-handed starting pitchers ever. J.P. Avila and Gabe Morton are solidly 1-2, and then Goran Williams, Olstad, Luis Salgado, Hasan Bustamante, and Verne Rodriquez fill out the next tier. He was drafted 6th overall out of Vanderbilt by the Reds and won the 1940 NL Pitcher of the Year award. He also won a gold glove and went to four all-star games.

Career Stats: 4248.3 IP, 1210 BB, 1486 K, 3.47 FIP, 92 FIP-, 73.4 WAR, 62.1 JAWS

Noah Luevanos, RHP

Luevanos signed with the Cardinals out of Cuba in 1926 and worked his way into the big leagues by 1931. He had a few seasons of 5-6 WAR and made 4 all-star games.

Career Stats: 2996.7 IP, 996 BB, 956 K, 3.72 FIP, 98 FIP-, 42.3 WAR, 52.2 JAWS
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6 of the top 7 prospects are hitters but the first overall young player is a pitcher - Santiago Mendoza, the Padres pitcher out of Nicaragua.

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The top hitting prospect is Eddie Miguel, an international discovery from the Dominican Republic. He was originally signed by the Expos but was traded to the Rangers in exchange for Leo Potton, a gold glove catcher. His ratings really rocketed up after the trade.
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1951 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

position name war school
P Jordan Berger 2.20 OSU
SS Jeffery Guzman 1.97 KEN
1B Owen Merchant 1.87 ECP
2B Simon Brice 1.82 USC
P Sherwin Matsubara 1.71 UHC
LF K.J. Gusatu 1.68 WASH
3B Gerry Rhode 1.68 SJRS
P Wes Sowers 1.62 GEO
P Elias Valdespino 1.59 PSU
P Joshua Saevas 1.52 FOR
RF Donovan Greer 1.48 TUL
RF Ulysses Gleeson 1.43 SCB
CF Emanuel Santistevan 1.42 CSF
C Kyle Collins 1.40 MSB
P Batbilguun Bohrer 1.32 BC
LF Scot Bailey 1.26 ND
RF Colin Kelley 1.06 ND
P Andres Padron 0.94 GEO
C Nathan Reifsnyder 0.86 VIR
P Ashton Simon 0.56 NCST


Team 2:

position name war school
P Jimmie Pinson 1.96 FOR
3B Jarret Chillis 1.89 PSU
LF Payton Ford 1.82 TAMU
P Ryan Andrzejewski 1.62 UCSB
P Alley Harsh 1.57 UA
CF Riley Guilherme 1.57 NEB
LF Woo-Seok Oh 1.53 TEN
P Thomas Poon 1.51 MSB
RF Meredith Applewhite 1.46 UCLA
P Jon Laesch 1.45 UHC
C Dan Fenton 1.40 MSU
RF Gaman Hutchcraft 1.38 TTU
3B Jason Jones 1.35 FLA
1B Tsuneyoshi Yamashida 1.32 MIA
2B Alfonso Booker 1.29 AUB
SS Raymond Edwards 1.21 MICH
P Olivier Goulet 1.12 GAT
C Curtis Noll 1.03 MICH
P Rich DeLauder 0.39 UC
P Dusty Spence 0.31 LSU
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1951 College Playoffs

The last time the Sooners were NCAA champs, it was 1907 and Celio Cabedo was dominating the American League.
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Achievements, April/May 1951

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MLB Career Milestones:

7+ Hit Games:

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Randy Bishop, Wake Forest, NCAA - 12K, 3BB
Jon Scott, Cal State Fullerton, NCAA - 10K, 4BB
Colt O'Rourke, West Michigan, A - 10K, 6BB
Zachery Andrade, Fort Myers, A+ - 4K, 0BB, 1ERR
Milan Jimmo, Georgetown, NCAA - 9K, 3BB
Kanye Edwards, Illinois, NCAA - 8K, 1BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Jon Mills, Hobbs, NMAA - 17K
Jordan Berger, Ohio State, NCAA - 17K
Keenan Pate, Clemson, NCAA - 19K
Ginnosuke Ono, Pensacola Catholic, FLHSAA - 18K
Jordan Berger, Ohio State, NCAA - 17K
Rene Soto, Florida State, NCAA - 17K
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Colin Goldstein, LSU, NCAA - 21K
This is the first notification of a 20+ strikeout game that I've ever seen. Goldstein threw 149 pitches over 8 and 2/3 innings. He played high school in Fredonia, NY, went undrafted in 1949, and went to LSU. He recently was named the NCAA pitcher of the year.
Gannon Nathan, Wisconsin, A - 17K
Owen Kubitz, Chattanooga, AA - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Thomas Fontana, Carbondale, IHSA - 25G
Jimmy Warman, San Jose, A+ - 27G
Raymond Edwards, Michigan, NCAA - 26G
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1951 MLB Draft

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The Brewers had the first overall pick this year and took Paul Vines - a high school LF who has "impressive speed, runs the bases very aggressively, and is able to drop a bunt single on occasion. He is very patient at the plate and should draw plenty of walks. He projects to hit for a .270 average."

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The first pitcher taken was Jordan Berger, taken out of Ohio State after failing to sign with the Cubs out of High School in 1948. He throws a cutter, splitter, and knuckle curve with ridiculous stuff and average control.


Round 1, Pick 1 - Milwaukee Brewers: LF Paul Vines, age 18
Round 1, Pick 2 - Minnesota Twins: SP Jordan Berger, age 21
Round 1, Pick 3 - Philadelphia Phillies: LF Clayton Heise, age 18
Round 1, Pick 4 - Chicago Cubs: RF Donovan Greer, age 21
Round 1, Pick 5 - San Diego Padres: SP Alley Harsh, age 21
Round 1, Pick 6 - New York Yankees: 2B Simon Brice, age 21
Round 1, Pick 7 - Cincinnati Reds: SS Jayden Fraile, age 18
Round 1, Pick 8 - Seattle Mariners: 1B Pablo Ward, age 21
Round 1, Pick 9 - Montreal Expos: LF Adrian Abraham, age 18
Round 1, Pick 10 - Oakland Athletics: RF Colin Kelley, age 21
Round 1, Pick 11 - Los Angeles Angels: SP P.J. Cunningham, age 18
Round 1, Pick 12 - Toronto Blue Jays: 2B Isiah Hunt, age 21
Round 1, Pick 13 - Detroit Tigers: 3B Gerry Rhode, age 21
Round 1, Pick 14 - Minnesota Twins: SP Titus Slaughter, age 21
Round 1, Pick 15 - Pittsburgh Pirates: 1B Mookie Langley, age 18
Round 1, Pick 16 - Texas Rangers: 3B Lincoln Sterling, age 18
Round 1, Pick 17 - Atlanta Braves: SP Seamus Smith, age 21
Round 1, Pick 18 - Tampa Bay Devil Rays: SP Loren Marlow, age 18
Round 1, Pick 19 - Chicago White Sox: SS Dorian Dailey, age 21
Round 1, Pick 20 - San Francisco Giants: SP Elijah Vann, age 21
Round 1, Pick 21 - Houston Astros: LF Todd Griffin, age 21
Round 1, Pick 22 - Los Angeles Dodgers: SP Olivier Goulet, age 21
Round 1, Pick 23 - Baltimore Orioles: SP Christian Hudock, age 21
Round 1, Pick 24 - Florida Marlins: SP Chris Shain, age 18
Round 1, Pick 25 - Boston Red Sox: SP Moses Lawson, age 21
Round 1, Pick 26 - Kansas City Royals: RF E.J. Wilkins, age 18
Round 1, Pick 27 - Cleveland Indians: LF Carter Beyer, age 18
Round 1, Pick 28 - San Diego Padres: SP Valerio Bustillos, age 21
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1951 MLB All-Star Rosters

American League:

position name war team
LF David Findlay 4.47 KC
CF Osvaldo Botello 4.42 DET
P Jayden Phelps 4.19 MIN
P Christian Beaudoin 4.15 LAA
1B Kasper Chase 4.11 DET
P Ronnie Struemph 3.67 NYY
P Stan Watson 3.67 CHA
P William Perez 3.55 TB
2B Preston Huerta 3.53 DET
P Aiden Miller 3.48 LAA
RF Denis Newcomer 3.31 DET
LF Rene Marcillas 3.23 SEA
CF Austin Zhou 3.18 TEX
RF Solomon Stubbs 3.18 TEX
3B Nick Shelton 2.89 SEA
1B Landon Smythe 2.79 KC
C Diego Rivas 2.77 BAL
LF Cameron Bird 2.65 DET
RF Paul Stevens 2.49 CLE
C Wiki Gomez 2.23 CLE
SS Aydan Clark 1.81 LAA
P Miguel Torres 1.43 SEA
P Lewis Houseman 1.26 KC
P Leo Ryan 0.62 TEX
P Brendan Kleekamp 0.12 TOR


National League:

position name war team
P Chris Knight 4.12 MIL
CF Jordan Rawl 3.75 STL
P Eddie Bachmann 3.66 ARI
P Linden Leib 3.32 LAD
P Dexter Grimes 3.31 NYM
CF Sawyer Russell 3.25 MON
3B Tremain Woods 3.24 COL
1B Travis Jensen 3.15 PHI
SS Wesley Haley 3.11 SF
P Easton Vacca 3.09 STL
P Jerome Kilbreth 3.05 ARI
3B Emilio Forrest 2.83 SD
1B Randy Cannon 2.79 FLA
RF Faber DePriest 2.50 PHI
RF Santiago Lamberti 2.49 ARI
C Michael Remak 2.19 PHI
LF Dan Louks 2.10 ATL
LF Dustin Perkins 2.02 PHI
2B Malcolm Martines 2.01 FLA
1B V.J. Bergeron 1.99 CHC
C Frank Key 1.46 STL
P Rob Spiliotis 1.33 MIL
P Rudolf Haney 1.25 MON
P Howard Osborne 0.97 FLA
P Frank Chagnon 0.67 STL
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Achievements, June through October 1951

MLB Owner Changes:
New York Mets sold to Sanford Reid

MLB Career Milestones:
Anthony Taubman, Atlanta Braves - 2000 H

7+ Hit Games:

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Greg Barror, Norfolk, AAA - 3K, 2BB
Kenny Fagan, Quad Cities, A - 7K, 3BB
Randall Bentley, Tri-City, A- - 5K, 1BB
Ric Rodriguez, Brooklyn, A- - 9K, 3BB
Mike Neel, Bowling Green, A - 9K, 0BB - PERFECT GAME

17+ Strikeout Games:
Harvey Cornett, Spokane, A- - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Jimmy Huffaker, Erie, AA - 29G
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Kyle Nelson, Chicago White Sox, MLB - 30G
Benjamin Whittaker, York, IND - 25G
Isaiah Querido, New Britain, IND - 25G
Tavio Sosa, Port St. Lucie, R - 26G
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1951 MLB Playoffs

The vaunted Padres win another World Series, their fifth in history which ties the Dodgers for most as a team. However, this is their first win since 1928.
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AL Tomas Reed MVP: Osvaldo Botello, CF, Detroit Tigers - 7.6 WAR, 137 wRC+, 15.9 ZR

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AL Top Pitcher: Jayden Phelps, RHP, Minnesota Twins - 7.4 WAR, 79 FIP-, 1.1 K/BB

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NL Tomas Reed MVP: Faber DePriest, RF, Philadelphia Phillies - 5.2 WAR, 140 wRC+, 2.4 ZR

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NL Top Pitcher: Chris Knight, LHP, Milwaukee Brewers - 6.3 WAR, 82 FIP-, 1.3 K/BB

AL Rookie of the Year: Austin Zhou, CF, Texas Rangers - 4.7 WAR, 115 wRC+, 15.9 ZR
NL Rookie of the Year: Mark Perry, RHP, San Francisco Giants - 4.0 WAR, 89 FIP-, 1.1 K/BB
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Christian Barnett, CF

Barnett was quite dominant as a CF for 8 years in his mid 20s to early 30s before retiring at age 37. He was drafted 4th overall by the White Sox in 1933 out of the Texas University Interscholastic League. He was MVP in 1943, won two gold gloves as well as two silver sluggers, went to the all-star game 6 times, was a World Series champ, and twice won a playoff MVP award.

Career Stats: 8000 PA, 1916 H, 84 HR, 153 SB, .346 wOBA, 114 wRC+, 89.6 ZR, 51.9 WAR, 46.5 JAWS

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Eddie Lopp, C

Lopp had a very strange career usage pattern for the catcher providing the most value over his career in Major League history: he was a backup most of the time. Yes, that's right - the lone catcher with more career WAR than Morton Zepp averaged 97 games per year over his 18 year career. His best years were by far his age 36 (4.8 WAR), 38 (5.1), and 41 (4.0) seasons. Lopp was drafted in the 3rd round of the 1927 draft out of West Babylon High School and went to 5 all-star games and won three silver sluggers.

Career Stats: 7039 PA, 1426 H, 64 HR, .344 wOBA, 110 wRC+, -26.1 ZR, 40.6 WAR, 33.1 JAWS

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Blake Gribler, LF

Gribler's career was split quite evenly between the Rangers and Rays with a year with the Yankees split in between. He was a college draftee from Fordham, selected 8th overall in 1934. He was Rookie of the Year in 1936 and MVP in 1937 and attended four all-star games, won five silver sluggers, and was AL Division Series MVP.

Career Stats: 9651 PA, 2612 H, 186 HR, .360 wOBA, 122 wRC+, 16.4 ZR, 50.9 WAR, 40.7 JAWS

Jeremy Brook, LHP

Brook was a crafty 4-pitch left-handed pitcher with a fastball, cutter, changeup, and forkball who was also drafted out of Fordham. His career was split between the Braves, Pirates, and Athletics where he supplied 9 seasons of 3-6 WAR. He was a two-time all-star.

Career Stats: 2350 IP, 789 BB, 792 K, 3.34 FIP, 92 FIP-, 39.8 WAR, 48.4 JAWS

Louis Hayes, CF

Hayes burst on the scene in 1940 with an 8.0 WAR MVP season at age 24. For the next 5 seasons he accumulated another 23.3 WAR, giving him a career total of 31.3 going into his age 30 season. His career finished after he turned 34 with a total WAR of 39.3. He did run into some injuries - a torn abdominal muscle and a recurring herniated disc that may have contributed to his sharp decline.

Career Stats: 5928 PA, 1565 H, 49 HR, 73 SB, .338 wOBA, 113 wRC+, 73.0 ZR, 39.3 WAR, 36.7 JAWS

Jeremiah Locust, RF

Locust was the 15th overall pick out of South Carolina in 1934 and had a very steady career for the Padres, where he made six all-star games, won two silver sluggers, and was the 1947 AL Division Series MVP. His career spanned much of the time between World Series for the Padres and he retired without a championship ring.

Career Stats: 8543 PA, 2155 H, 77 HR, 127 SB, .342 wOBA, 115 wRC+, 61.2 ZR, 40.6 WAR, 35.3 JAWS
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1952 Top 100 Prospects

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For the third year in a row, Santiago Mendoza is the top prospect in baseball. He is scheduled to start the year with the big league club and his three pitch mix of a fastball, curve, and splitter will allow him to stay in the rotation. He has a ton of potential with his changeup, but that's not happening.

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Greer is the second overall prospect and the top hitter - He has plus-plus contact potential, jump-off-the-bat power potential, and natural instincts in right field.
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Lopp is fascinating to me.
I love that his finest seasons were at such advanced ages- especially that age 41 season, for a catcher! Very Carlton Fisk-like.
I have to wonder if his somewhat sparing use during his career helped him age so gracefully while playing such a demanding position.
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Lopp is fascinating to me.
I love that his finest seasons were at such advanced ages- especially that age 41 season, for a catcher! Very Carlton Fisk-like.
I have to wonder if his somewhat sparing use during his career helped him age so gracefully while playing such a demanding position.

Agreed, I wondered the same thing - not sure how much OOTP relies on catcher fatigue to increase the aging amount.
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1952 NCAA All-Stars

Team 1:

position name war school
CF Roger Rosario 2.60 OK
P Bradford Baugh 2.20 FLA
P Batbilguun Bohrer 1.69 BC
3B Darwin Yi 1.68 CLE
2B Alfonso Booker 1.66 AUB
RF Steve Krupin 1.64 UA
P Rolando Kossan 1.59 FLA
P Muneyoshi Amano 1.53 ARK
C Mose Jeter 1.52 TEN
SS Drew McDowell 1.47 STAN
CF Hernando Bonilla 1.44 TEX
CF Timothy Yang 1.39 MIS
1B Tsuneyoshi Yamashida 1.36 MIA
2B Teddy McNeal 1.31 MIA
LF Scot Bailey 1.27 ND
P Jonathan Hayden 1.14 MICH
P Yoshida Yamamoto 1.08 SJRS
C D.J. Roach 1.07 SCG
P Diz Strohm 0.75 MIS
P Squire Zimmerman 0.64 WV


Team 2:

position name war school
P Axel Colussi 1.95 UC
2B J.D. Moreno 1.80 UHC
P E.J. Springer 1.73 ND
2B Thomas Kane 1.72 PIT
CF Emanuel Santistevan 1.67 CSF
3B Jacques Edwards 1.67 RO
3B Jason Jones 1.65 FLA
SS Jeremy Wade 1.62 UHC
P Raul Madril 1.53 PENN
P Greg Sarka 1.48 SHP
3B Louie Martin 1.33 CSF
RF Alexander Andrade 1.33 VAN
LF Carter Gibbson 1.31 STAN
P Nelson Robertson 1.26 MIS
P B.J. McDuffie 1.20 VAN
C Nathan Reifsnyder 1.04 VIR
1B Ulysses Gleeson 0.87 SCB
C Kyle Collins 0.81 MSB
P Kaiden D'Agostino 0.73 ASU
P Andres Padron 0.23 GEO

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1952 College Playoffs

The Washington Huskies last won the National Championship in 1936. There are a few players still active in the major leagues from that team.
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Achievements, April/May 1952

MLB Owner Changes:

MLB Career Milestones:
Leo McCanna, Florida Marlins - 2000 H
Theodore Gonzales, Boston Red Sox - 2000 H

7+ Hit Games:

No-Hitters/Perfect Games:
Larry Bowling, Osceola, FLHSAA - 8K, 1BB
Ben Morris, Carmel, IHSA - 11K, 1BB
Ayden Tokas, Florida State, NCAA - 10K, 3BB
Jonah Moncher, Rye, NYSPHSAA - 9K, 2BB
Ginnosuke Ono, Pensacola Catholic, FLHSAA - 11K, 3BB
Noah Jones, San Antonio, AAA - 6K, 1BB
Elijah Babcock, Norfolk, AAA - 1K, 1BB
Giancarlo Sewell, Portland, AA - 3K, 6BB

17+ Strikeout Games:
Bennett Watts, Carmel, IHSA - 18K
Mo Salzman, Lansing, A - 19K
Grayson Hough, Fresno State, NCAA - 18K
Kazuhiko Takahashi, Fordham, NCAA - 18K
Grover Thompson, Arizona, NCAA - 18K
Weerasak Wongsai, Southlake Carroll, TUIL - 17K
Luke Uriell, Wichita State, NCAA - 17K

Hitting Streaks Ended:
Scot Bailey, Notre Dame, NCAA - 35G
Roger Rosario, Oklahoma, NCAA - 39G
Dantel Osuna, Nebraska, NCAA - 40G
Alin Dunning, North Carolina, NCAA - 26G
Lewis Hara, Eldorado, NMAA - 31G
Thijn van den Burg, Albuquerque, AAA - 31G
Thomas Kane, Pittsburgh, NCAA - 27G
Cooper Aguirre, San Jose State, NCAA - 31G
Alexi Ovando, Michigan, NCAA - 27G
Simon Fernandez, Beloit, A - 26G
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