4/29/18

2018 Draft - Weekly Results

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Carlos Collazo (@CarlosACollazo) on C Joey Bart
45 hit tool seems to be a common grade thrown out. I'd say 40-45 but I'm not a scout. He's got plus power, a plus arm and the tools to be a plus defender though. That's huge at catcher.

Through 4-22…

 Oregon State RHP Luke Heimlich is tied for the most wins (9) in D1 baseball.

Stetson RHP Logan Gilbert is ranked second (101) in strikeouts in D1 
baseball. Auburn’s Casey Mise is ranked fifth (94)

Brady Singer – Florida:    
                                   Thursday:     7-IP, 4-H, 1-ER, 8-K, 2-BB, LOSS

Jackson Kowar – Florida:         
                                   Friday -          4.1-IP, 8-H, 5-ER, 4-K, 2-BB, LOSS (7-2)

Michael Byrne – Florida -     
                                   Saturday -    1-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 1-K, 0-BB

Chandler Day – Vanderbilt:
                                   Saturday -    1-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 1-K, 0-BB

Adam Wolf – Louisville –          
                                   Friday -          8-IP, 5-H, 1-ER, 6-K, 1-BB

Sean Wymer – TCU:       
                                   Friday -          3.2-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 6-K, 1-BB, WIN (3-3)

Austin Bergner – UNC:              
                                   Saturday -    8-IP, 5-H, 3-ER, 11-K, 0-BB (5-1)

Casey Mise – Auburn:                
                                   Thursday:     7-IP, 4-H, 3-ER, 10-K, 1-BB, LOSS

Luke Heimlich – Oregon St:      
                                   Friday -          8.2-IP, 5-H, 2-ER, 11-K, 0-BB, WIN (10-1)

Jason Bilous – C Carolina:        
                                   Saturday -    6-IP, 1-H, 2-ER, 7-K, 4-BB, WIN (6-1)

Sean Hjelle – Kentucky
                                   Friday -         8-IP, 6-H, 0-ER, 8-K, 2-BB, WIN (6-3)

Colton Eastman – CSF:
                                   Friday -          8.1-IP, 9-H, 3-ER, 7-K, 1-BB, WIN (6-3)

Blaine Knight – Arkansas
                                   Friday -          6-IP, 3-H, 3-ER, 6-K, 3-BB, WIN (7-0)
  
Tristan Beck – Stanford:      
                                   Friday -         6-IP, 4-H, 1-ER, 3-K, 4-BB, WIN (6-2) 
 
Kris Bubic – Stanford:    
                                   Saturday -    6-IP, 5.1-IP, 1-ER, 7-K, 2-BB, WIN (6-0)

Nolan Kingham – Texas            
                                   Friday -          5-IP, 7-H, 3-ER, 5-K, 4-BB

Konnor Pilkington – Miss St
                                   Friday -          7-IP, 5-H, 3-ER, 3-K, 2-BB

Ryan Rolison – Ole Miss:  -       
                                   Thursday:     7-IP, 6-H, 3-ER, 5-K, 1-BB, WIN

Brady Feigl – Ole Miss -            
                                   Friday:          6.2-IP, 6-H, 2-ER, 9-K, 1-BB, LOSS (7-3)

Taril Skubal – Seattle:               
                                   Friday:          7-IP, 7-H, 5-ER, 4-K, 1-BB      
                 
Matt Mercer – Oregon –           
                                   Friday:          6.2-IP, 7-H, 5-ER, 1-K, 4-BB, LOSS (4-5)

Zach Hess – LSU –
                                   Thursday:     5-IP, 7-H, 3-ER, 4-K, 4-BB

Bryce Montes De Oca – Missouri
                                   Saturday -    1.1-IP, 1-H, 0-ER, 2-K, 1-BB, 1-SV

Davis Martin – Texas Tech –
                                   Friday -          4-IP, 5-H, 5-ER, 3-K, 6-BB, LOSS (6-3)

Adam Hill – South Carolina –  
                                   Saturday -    4.1-IP, 8-H, 7-ER, 6-K, 2-BB, LOSS (4-5)

Hogan Harris – Louisiana –                  
                                   Saturday -    6-IP, 9-H, 3-ER, 5-K, 4-BB

Andrew Perez – USF -                            
                                   Friday:          1-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-K, 1-BB, 7-SV

Shawn McClanahan – USF -     
                                   Friday:          7-IP, 3-H, 1-ER, 13-K, 2-BB, WIN (5-5)

Daniel Lynch – Virginia –          
                                   Saturday:     7-IP, 8-H, 5-ER, 6-K, 2-BB, LOSS (3-4)
          

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

no one is drafting Luke Heimlich ,so why even put stats up

Thomas Brennan said...

The Mets have used the Heimlich Maneuver many times when choking.

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