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10 SEMIFINALISTS SELECTED FOR PITCHER OF THE YEAR AWARD


  • Pitcher Watch-June 8 (585kb)
  • LUBBOCK, Texas — Regional play is over and 16 teams are looking toward the Super Regionals and among those teams are six players on the College Baseball Foundation’s Pitcher of the Year Semifinalist List, presented by Diamond.

     

    The Pitcher of the Year Award will be presented in Lubbock, Texas, on July 2 as part of the College Baseball Awards Show.

     

    “The players on this list have put up consistently impressive statistics throughout the season and they continue to do so as they progress in the post-season,” said Justin Knowles, Pitcher of the Year Award committee co-chair. “We’re looking forward to seeing how things play out during the balloting process.”

     

    Two players from the Big 12 — Texas’ Chance Ruffin and Texas A&M’s John Stilson — made the semifinalist list. Matt Purke from TCU is the only freshman on the list. There are five juniors and four sophomores also among the semifinalists.

     

    The College Baseball Awards Show will take place on July 2 in Lubbock, Texas, as part of a nearly weeklong schedule of festivities sponsored by the College Baseball Foundation. The events also include the induction ceremony for the National College Baseball Hall of Fame.

     

    2010 PITCHER OF THE YEAR AWARD SEMIFINALISTS
    Seth Blair, Jr. – Arizona State
    Noe Ramirez, So. – Cal State Fullerton
    Anthony Meo, So. – Coastal Carolina
    Chris Sale, Jr. – Florida Gulf Coast
    Drew Pomeranz, Jr. – Mississippi
    Alex Wimmers, Jr. – Ohio State
    Chance Ruffin, Jr. – Texas
    John Stilson, So. – Texas A&M
    Danny Hultzen, So. – Virginia
    Matt Purke, Fr. – TCU


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