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Current stats for ERA, Division 1 College

Discussion in 'Georgia Tech Baseball' started by GTRambler, Mar 30, 2019.

  1. GTRambler

    GTRambler Helluva Engineer

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    Right here:

    https://www.ncaa.com/stats/baseball/d1

    Select Earned Run Average in the Team Statistics box. GT is currently 66th in team ERA.

    You can also select other stats for the individual and team categories.
     
  2. GTRambler

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    Interesting to see that former GT and current Mercer star Kel Johnson ranks 2nd in the nation in home runs with 13.

    Our catcher Kyle McCann is right behind him with 12.
     
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  3. GTRambler

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    In the Individual Batting Average category, our Michael Guldberg in 3rd in the nation with a .476 average.
     
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  4. augustabuzz

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    Kyle may be gripping the bat too tight in his right hand which prevents a proper full swing for a lefty.
     
  5. MWBATL

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    Kel is seeing a level down in pitching and is taking advantage of it. Good for him. But I doubt he would homer that much against ACC pitching. I mean when he faced us......er, wait....never mind.
     
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    Guldberg 2nd.

    Of note, NMSU has the #1 AND #6. Something weird is going on with who they play LOL.
     
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    New Mexico St is #120 RPI with a 22-8 record.
    SOS #222
    0-2 v Top 50 RPI opponents
    We Swarm posters could field a team that equate to their "average" competition.
     
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  8. MWBATL

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    Plus, iirc, they are at altitude (think Coors Field) which helps all hitters enormously. Haven’t they played some 22-13 type games? They usually rank pretty high in HR stats too.

    Edit: they have scored 10 or more runs 17 times already and 20 or more 4 times.
     
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