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Pinellas: Baseball stats

Batting | Minimum 20 at-bats

Player (school) AB H BA

Marc Brakeman (Sc) 31 16 .516

Jacob Peters (Olds) 22 11 .500

Jon Oorlog (Sc) 27 13 .481

Casey Turgeon (Dun) 23 11 .478

Bobby Woods (TS) 44 21 .477

T.J. Glessner (Osc) 38 18 .474

Shawn Delmontagne (Ne) 44 18 .409

Thomas Henry (Can) 33 15 .455

Taylor Layner (Osc) 49 22 .449

Alex Libby (Dun) 11 25 .440

Mike Martello (Sem) 45 20 .444

Bryce Wilson (Can) 16 7 .438

Jack Holsinger (Can) 30 13 .433

Brent Rasmussen (Sc) 30 13 .433

Craig Schafer (Osc) 44 19 .432

Gabe Martello (Sem) 38 16 .421

Spencer Wilson (Cs) 43 18 .419

Andrew Brodbeck (Cs) 34 14 .412

Lincoln Dunham (EL) 40 16 .410

Mike Boriboun (Osc) 51 21 .412

Justin Tedder (SPC) 37 15 .405

RBIs: 24 Alex Winkle (IRC); 18 Jon Oorlog (Sc), Thomas Henry (Can); 17 Alex Winkle (IRC); 15 Justin Tedder (SPC); 14 Lincoln Dunham (EL), Chris Frey (Cs), Taylor Layner (Osc), Scott Schlapinski; 13 Tyler Larsen (Sc), Bobby Woods (TS), Mike Carlin (Sem); 12 Brian Anrasek (Clw), Craig Schafer (Osc), Richard Wisniewski (PP), Jerrod Flanagan (Ne); 11 Matt Freburg (TS), Jake Holsinger (Can), Shawn Delmontagne (Ne); 10 Casey Turgeon (Dun), Spencer Heath (Sc), Spencer Wilson (Cs)

HOME RUNS: 5 Alex Winkle (IRC); 4 Casey Turgeon (Dun); 3 Shawn Delmontagne (Ne), James Dowdell (CCC); 2 Alex Libby (Dun), Will Fulmer (EL), Taylor Layner (Osc), Connor Obrochta (SPC)

Pitching | Minimum 12 innings

Name (school) W-L W-L IP

Cody Alessi (EL) 2-0 0.38 22.3

Winston Rivas (Osc) 5-0 0.64 33.0

Taylor Layner (Osc) 4-0 0.72 29.0

Alex Norris (Dun) 1-0 0.78 9.0

Zach Olson (CCC) 2-0 0.87 16.0

Alex Young (TS) 4-0 0.90 31.0

Tim McKay (SPC) 1-1 0.99 14.0

Joe Lamoureux (Sem) 3-1 1.02 13.3

Ryan Reedy (Dun) 2-0 1.40 20.0

Spencer Heirman (Sem) 3-1 1.46 24.0

Andrew McCormick (Clw) 1-3 1.48 33.0

Jordan Doyle (Sem) 1-0 1.58 13.3

Chris Brock-Jones (Lw) 2-0 1.75 16.0

Sawyer Wilson (Cs) 2-1 1.88 22.1

STRIKEOUTS: 51 Alex Young (TS); 44 Taylor Layner (Osc); 42 Harrison Hall (Can); 40 Tim Lamoureux (Sem); 37 Justin Tedder (SPC); 36 Donny Norris (PP); 35 Winston Rivas (Osc) Brad Replogle (Lw); 33 Cody Mattull (PP), Tommy Organ (TS); 31 Alex Winkle (IRC); 30 Travis Webster (Cs), Andrew McCormick (SPC); 27 Jacob Peters (Olds); 26 Cody Alessi (EL), Winston Rivas (Osc); 24 Spencer Heirman (Sem), Mark Danna (DH), Justin Paulton (DH); 22 Jordan Lindsay (Lw), Kyle Leja (Cs); 21 Sawyer Wilson (Cs); 20 Brock Jensen (DH), Sean O'Brien (Clw)

Pinellas: Baseball stats 03/26/09 [Last modified: Thursday, March 26, 2009 3:27pm]
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