Not a member yet?
Subscribe Now!

Perfect Game Forum

Messages in this topic - RSS

Home » College Baseball Clubhouse » Pitcher of the Year so far?

Want to make your opinion heard or just chat about college baseball? This is your place.
show rated messages only | you must log in at the top of the page to post
4/18/2011 12:24:50 PM

mcrooster
mcrooster
Posts: 21
I posted these numbers over on the Gamecock rivals board this weekend but I'm curious what others think. I don't know if you can argue that anyone is better than Jungmann and Hultzen, in terms of talent and draft position, although Pope and Bauer might be right there with them. However, I would argue that Michael Roth would be the pitcher of the year at this point based on his overall numbers and the fact that he totally confounded two #1 teams in the last 3 weeks.

Who did I leave out that deserves to be on the list? What do you think?


Michael Roth - USC 8-1 1.25

Taylor Jungmann - Texas 8-0 1.10

Sonny Gray - Vandy 7-2 1.54
Grayson Garvin - Vandy 6-1 2.04

Houston Randall - FLA 6-1 1.56
Karsten Whitson - FLA 4-0 2.38

Gerrit Cole - UCLA 4-3 1.74
Trevor Bauer - UCLA 6-1 1.67
Adam Plutko - UCLA 2-3 1.87

Noe Ramirez - CSF 6-2 2.04

Danny Hultzen - UVA 8-0 1.33

Kyle Winkler - TCU 6-1 1.26
Matt Purke - TCU 4-1 1.47

John Stilson - A&M 3-1 1.46

Mark Pope - GT 8-1 1.16

Michael Rocha - Okla 7-1 1.02
0 permalink
4/18/2011 12:33:00 PM

It's The Talons
It's The Talons
Posts: 50
Just a suggestion but you may also want to include games started, innings pitched, strike outs and walks. Reason I say this, is because that is an impressive list above and some of those stats would help clear the fog. Btw, great list and there is some dayum good pitching out there this year.

Also, I'm going to throw my homer pick out there and say Todd McInnis - Southern Miss 6-1 2.54.
0 permalink
4/18/2011 2:18:45 PM

BeaverBeliever20
BeaverBeliever20
Posts: 129
Sam Gaviglio is someone you left out. He's 7-1 with a 1.19 ERA, 3 complete games and two shutouts.
+1 permalink
4/18/2011 7:12:40 PM


Guest
There is a lot of talent that you have provided mcrooster, as I am sure there are a few more deserving to be on the list.What separate's the top 5 ? I am not sure there is a lot of difference actually but somebody's got to be the best. My fortune is that I have seen Hultzen,Gray, Garvin,Purke, Pope, Cole , Bauer, Randall, Whitson,and Roth pitch at least 1 game each.Based on that personal experience Danny Hultzen is the best that I have seen in the last 1 1/2 years of recent ballgames. He can throw 4 out pitches, but he probably has the best curveball in the college game. I have never seen Talyor Jungmann live but on replay and all the other sources available he is awfully consistent every damn year.Seems like he has been at Texas for 10 years, Augie should believe in reincarnation by now.
0 permalink
4/19/2011 8:04:41 AM

jdh008
jdh008
Posts: 55
Moral of the story....there are a ton of pitchers having HUGE seasons. I'm glad I'm not trying to make a decision on which one of those guys had the best season.

--
TheFanManifesto.com
0 permalink
4/19/2011 12:02:09 PM

E-Dub
E-Dub
Posts: 36
I'd add:

Andrew Chafin of Kent St. and Stilson's A&M teammate Mike Wacha, who's had great start after great start (last weekend excluded).
0 permalink
4/19/2011 12:32:49 PM

MostUnknown
MostUnknown
Posts: 156
Slightly bias but I'm taking Trevor Bauer. The kid is a machine. 7-1, 1.47 ERA, .148 avg against, 110 strike outs in 9 games.
0 permalink
show rated messages only | you must log in at the top of the page to post

Home » College Baseball Clubhouse » Pitcher of the Year so far?





Powered by AspNetForum 6.9.9.0 © 2006-2010 Jitbit Software