2010 Louisville Slugger All-American Team

June 3, 2010
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TUCSON, AZ. — The Louisville Slugger NCAA Division I All-American baseball teams and National Player of The Year were announced today by Collegiate Baseball newspaper.

The 17-man first team, chosen by performances up to regional playoffs and picked by the staff of Collegiate Baseball newspaper, features 14 conference players or pitchers of the year, including:

LHP Chris Sale, Florida Gulf Coast (Pitcher of Year Atlantic Sun Conference).
LHP Drew Pomeranz, Mississippi (Pitcher of Year Southeastern Conference).
LHP Daniel Bibona, U.C. Irvine (Pitcher of Year Big West Conference).
RHP Alex Wimmers, Ohio St. (Pitcher of Year Big Ten Conference).
RHP Cole Green, Texas (Pitcher of Year Big 12 Conference).
LHP Danny Hultzen, Virginia (Pitcher of Year Atlantic Coast Conference).
C Yasmani Grandal, Miami, Fla. (Player of Year Atlantic Coast Conference).
1B Paul Hoilman, East Tennessee St. (Player of Year Atlantic Sun Conference)
3B Garrett Wittels, Florida International (Player of Year Sun Belt Conference).
SS Ryan Soares, George Mason (Player of Year Colonial Conference).
OF Gary Brown, Cal. St. Fullerton (Player of Year Big West Conference).
OF Alex Dickerson, Indiana (Player of Year Big Ten Conference).
DH C.J. Cron, Utah (Player of Year Mountain West Conference).
UT Kolbrin Vitek, Ball St. (Player of Year Mid-American Conference).

National Player of the Year Chris Sale

The first team features six starting pitchers who posted a combined 56-6 record with an ERA of 2.16. LHP Chris Sale of Florida Gulf Coast, Collegiate Baseball’s National Player of The Year, had the most strikeouts in the nation this season with 146 and only walked 14 over 17 appearances. Sale is expected to be chosen within the first 10 picks in the first round of the upcoming Free Agent Draft.

(College Baseball 360 recorded a podcast interview with Sale last fall.  CLICK HERE to listen.)

The first team relief pitcher is Chance Ruffin of Texas who posted a 6-1 record and saved 13 games as he compiled a 0.77 ERA for the Longhorns in 34 appearances.

The first team offense features remarkable power, line drive hitters and batters who hit for high averages as shown by eight of 10 players hitting .414 or higher. 3B Garrett Wittels of Florida International currently has a 54-game hitting streak, the second longest in NCAA Division I history. Robin Ventura of Oklahoma St. is No. 1 at 58 consecutive games set during the 1987 season

This marks the 14th year that Louisville Slugger has sponsored the Division I All-Americans.

The following are the first, second and third team Louisville Slugger All-Americans for 2010.

First Team

Pitchers

Pos Player School W L ERA G GS CG SV IP H BB SO
LHP•• Chris Sale Florida Gulf Coast 11 0 2.01 17 15 2 2 103.0 83 14 146
LHP Drew Pomeranz Mississippi 8 2 2.21 15 15 0 0 93.6 64 46 134
LHP Daniel Bibona U.C. Irvine 9 2 2.10 12 12 1 0 90.0 66 15 100
RHP Alex Wimmers Ohio St. 9 0 1.60 10 10 2 0 73.0 58 23 86
RHP Cole Green Texas 10 1 2.64 15 14 4 0 99.6 77 23 66
LHP Danny Hultzen Virginia 9 1 2.43 14 14 1 0 92.6 62 20 111
Relief Chance Ruffin Texas 6 1 0.77 34 0 0 13 58.3 37 18 89

Position Players

Pos Player School AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
C Yasmani Grandal Miami (Fla.) .422 199 50 84 22 1 14 56 52 32 1
1B Paul Hoilman East Tenn. St. .421 235 79 99 24 2 25 84 51 41 1
2B Zack MacPhee Arizona St. .381 194 62 74 7 14 8 59 39 32 18
3B Garrett Wittels Fla. International .414 227 44 94 18 2 2 (54-game hitting streak)
SS Ryan Soares George Mason .438 194 57 85 29 2 13 71 10 13 4
OF Gary Brown Cal. St. Fullerton .438 210 62 92 20 8 6 41 9 12 31
OF Alex Dickerson Indiana .419 236 62 99 19 0 24 75 20 35 3
OF Chad Oberacker Tennessee Tech. .452 239 67 108 29 5 6 70 34 23 14
DH C.J. Cron Utah .431 197 55 85 16 0 20 81 17 23 0
UT Kolbrin Vitek Ball St. .361 233 73 84 20 3 17 68 33 36 16

Second Team

Pitchers

Pos Player School W L ERA G GS CG SV IP H BB SO
RHP Steven Maxwell Texas Christian 10 1 2.73 15 15 0 0 89.0 76 29 77
LHP Matt Purke Texas Christian 12 0 3.34 16 14 1 0 89.0 75 25 113
RHP Noe Ramirez Cal. St. Fullerton 10 1 2.50 13 12 2 0 90.0 75 16 95
RHP Brandon Workman Texas 11 1 3.77 15 13 3 0 90.6 88 20 90
RHP Anthony Meo Coastal Carolina 13 1 1.80 15 15 0 0 90.0 71 30 88
RHP Asher Wojciechowski The Citadel 12 2 3.25 16 16 3 0 119.0 102 31 144
RHP Trevor Bauer UCLA 9 3 2.84 14 14 1 0 101.3 95 33 124
RHP Gerrit Cole UCLA 9 2 3.27 15 15 0 0 96.3 70 46 124
RHP Seth Blair Arizona St. 11 0 3.20 15 15 0 0 90.0 93 22 90
LHP Cody Wheeler Coastal Carolina 10 0 4.05 15 15 1 0 95.6 89 35 101
Relief John Stilson Texas A&M 8 1 0.87 31 0 0 9 72.3 44 20 106

Position Players

Pos Player School AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
C Ben Heath Penn State .369 198 53 73 16 1 19 57 31 38 3
C Bryan Holaday Texas Christian .357 238 58 85 22 1 12 46 24 36 3
1B Hunter Morris Auburn .392 250 61 98 17 5 21 70 25 49 6
1B Jordan Ribera Fresno St. .343 251 65 86 20 2 27 69 24 35 1
2B Dan Paolini Siena .368 212 62 78 13 2 26 64 22 27 12
3B Anthony Rendon Rice .393 211 79 83 12 1 23 78 62 21 14
SS Jedd Gyorko West Virginia .381 236 71 90 28 1 19 57 43 24 1
OF Chris Duffy Central Florida .447 206 54 92 18 1 21 81 33 35 3
OF Jeremy Baltz St. John’s .393 224 58 88 16 1 20 74 25 42 6
OF Tyler Holt Florida St. .351 225 74 79 22 3 11 41 50 44 27
DH A.J. Kirby-Jones Tennessee Tech. .388 206 64 80 19 0 26 71 58 53 0
UT Nick Ramirez Cal. St. Fullerton .367 226 57 83 27 1 13 68 18 39 6

Third Team

Pitchers

Pos Player School W L ERA G GS CG SV IP H BB SO
RHP Thomas Royse Louisville 9 1 2.91 15 15 0 0 99.0 92 25 94
RHP Scott Copeland Southern Miss. 11 0 3.38 14 13 2 0 90.6 86 23 64
RHP Blake Cooper South Carolina 10 1 2.94 15 15 1 0 104.0 86 29 88
RHP Barret Loux Texas A&M 10 2 2.53 15 15 1 0 96.0 69 32 126
RHP Daniel Renken Cal. St. Fullerton 11 2 3.95 18 15 1 0 93.3 94 33 82
RHP Matt Ridings Western Kentucky 9 1 3.01 14 14 1 0 92.6 77 17 90
RHP Jordan Cooper Wichita St. 10 3 2.01 15 15 5 0 107.3 102 20 95
LHP Chris Hernandez Miami (Fla.) 8 3 3.02 16 16 1 0 89.3 80 30 95
RHP Kyle Blair San Diego 8 4 2.99 14 14 2 0 90.3 72 28 118
RHP Deck McGuire Georgia Tech. 8 4 3.01 15 15 2 0 104.6 86 31 112
Relief Neil Holland Louisville 8 0 2.10 27 0 0 16 51.3 26 14 52
Relief Mike McGee Florida St. 4 0 0.41 15 1 0 9 22.0 7 13 25
Relief Jordan Swagerty Arizona St. 1 0 2.12 31 0 0 14 29.6 29 10 39
Relief Kevin Arico Virginia 1 1 2.93 26 0 0 16 27.6 21 7 38
Relief Kevin Munson James Madison 8 1 1.64 28 0 0 10 55.0 33 24 70
Relief Chris Dennis Portland 5 1 1.88 30 0 0 14 43.0 31 11 51

Position Players

Pos Player School AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
C Rafael Neda New Mexico .369 222 43 82 22 0 10 63 20 31 1
C Peter O’Brien Bethune-Cookman .392 194 50 76 12 0 20 56 18 36 0
1B Aaron Senne Missouri .400 210 61 84 22 0 16 59 39 28 2
1B Justin Howard New Mexico .455 257 74 117 32 2 10 72 29 18 5
1B Wes Cunningham Murray St. .408 233 77 95 19 6 22 86 33 44 10
1B Tony Plagman Georgia Tech. .357 221 62 79 16 2 19 73 31 45 8
1B Riccio Torrez Arizona St. .391 207 58 81 23 1 9 50 18 38 16
2B Phil Gosselin Virginia .379 232 60 88 21 4 9 54 36 40 16
2B Dallas Poulk N.C. State .358 254 78 91 22 3 11 59 31 28 6
2B Kevin Tokarski Illinois St. .429 191 67 62 25 3 7 49 50 37 33
3B Joe Leonard Pittsburgh .433 240 62 104 23 4 8 71 22 30 6
3B Jace Brinkerhoff Utah Valley .456 259 88 118 23 2 13 85 26 29 5
3B Phil Wunderlich Louisville .357 241 51 86 20 1 20 58 20 15 12
3B Jacob Tanis Mercer .382 254 66 97 24 1 22 86 22 47 7
SS Tom Zebroski George Washington .429 240 75 103 15 2 18 58 27 18 13
SS Sean Alaire Central Conn. St. .432 227 65 98 22 6 13 72 22 19 10
SS Adam Bryant Troy .356 250 70 89 16 6 23 65 26 38 4
OF Shane Brown Central Florida .428 208 58 89 25 0 10 43 34 19 4
OF Robert Maddox Ohio .377 236 54 89 20 1 21 78 20 29 3
OF Tommy Medica Santa Clara .386 228 60 88 21 2 13 67 20 29 15
OF James Meador San Diego .391 215 43 84 22 1 7 62 16 19 8
OF Nick Martini Kansas St. .416 219 47 91 16 4 3 53 38 19 19
OF Anthony Gallas Kent St. .367 259 66 95 24 1 17 81 34 34 3

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