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5/12/2013 6:24:02 PM

ASU74
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Career home run leaders

Rank Player School Years Games Home Runs
1 Pete Incaviglia Oklahoma State 1983-1985 213 100
2 Jeff Ledbetter Florida State 1979-1982 262 97
3 Todd Greene Georgia Southern 1990-1993 240 88
4 Eddy Furniss LSU 1995-1998 265 80
5 Frank Fazzini Florida State 1983-1985 234 79
6 Brad Cresse LSU 1997-2000 236 78
7 George Canale Virginia Tech 1984-1986 180 76
8 Chad Sutter Tulane 1996-1999 244 75
9 Matt LaPorta Florida 2004-2007 215 74
10 Cory Snyder BYU 1982-1984 173 73

Single-season home run leadersRank Player School Year Games Home Runs
1 Pete Incaviglia Oklahoma State 1985 75 48
2 Jeff Ledbetter Florida State 1982 74 42
3 Lance Berkman Rice 1997 63 41
4 Brandon Larson LSU 1997 69 40
5 Steve Hacker Missouri State 1995 58 37
6 Russ Spence Auburn 1988 75 35
t7 Daylan Holt Texas A&M 1999 70 34
t7 Troy Glaus UCLA 1997 67 34
t9 Nate Gold Gonzaga 2002 56 33
t9 Kevin Mench Delaware 1998 52 33
t9 Joe Dillon Texas Tech 1997 57 33
t9 Frank Fazzini Florida State 1985 81 33
t13 Billy Becher New Mexico State 2003 61 32
t13 Lance Shebelut Fresno State 1988 68 32
t13 Mark McGwire Southern California 1984 67 32
t16 John VanBenschoten Kent State 2001 61 31
t16 Casey Child Utah 1997 58 31
t16 J. D. Drew Florida State 1997 67 31
t16 Mike Willis BYU 1987 63 31

Been a while since we've had a real slugger.
New bats...different balls...better pitching....whatcha think?
edited by ASU74 on 5/12/2013

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5/12/2013 10:24:16 PM

LSU_Blake
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Obviously it's the bats. I remember when LSU as a team would hit a hundred home runs in a year. As far as this year, Hunter Renfroe from Miss St in my opinion is the best slugger in the country, maybe Moran from NC. Renfroe is one of those kinds of batters that when your guy is pitching to him you just cringe at every pitch.

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5/12/2013 10:28:55 PM

LSU_Blake
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One thing good to know is that LSU's NCAA Record for homers will never be broken. 188 in 1997. I think the team that hit the most last year was only in the 40's.

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5/13/2013 12:19:08 AM

Dodger Matt
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Yeah, also look at some of those single season game totals: 75? Season and a half compared to what they allow nowadays.
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5/13/2013 12:19:39 PM

Riverduck
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San Diego has a guy who has around 26 right now..
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5/13/2013 4:37:07 PM

LSU_Blake
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Yeh but I try to look at the quality pitchers he is facing and IMO it's not like its MLB arms on every roster.

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