A By The Numbers Look At The First Full Week Of The Season
3…Weekend wins over Stanford by Texas. The Longhorns had dropped 2 of 3 games at home to New Mexico on opening weekend, while the Cardinal had started the season with a home 3-game sweep of Rice.
20-5…Combined score of Texas’ three wins.
1…Home run by Longhorn DH Russell Moldenhauer in the series. The single longball surpasses his 2009 regular season total. All four of Moldenhauer’s home runs last season were at the College World Series.
0…Hits allowed in five innings of relief by UT pitcher Cole Green. He fanned 6 with no walks in the series finale.
18…Strikeouts by UT Arlington pitcher Jason Mitchell in Friday’s win over Missouri State. Mitchell lost a no-hitter with one out to go in the game, which the Mavericks won 1-0 in 14 innings. The 18 Ks breaks a school and Southland Conference record. He struck out at least two batters in all but the 8th inning (1).
0…Runs allowed in 5 innings of relief in that same game by Arlington reliever Adam Boydston, who fanned 8 himself with just one walk and one hit allowed.
2…Wins in three games by TCU at Cal State Fullerton over the weekend.
4…Home losses by the Titans already this season.
8…Home losses by Fullerton in 2009.
2…Losses in his first two starts by Cal State Fullerton pitcher Daniel Renken after allowing 3 ER in 6 IP in Friday’s loss to the Horned Frogs.
3…Losses by Renken all of last year.
2…Wins by #19 Coastal Carolina over #4 UC Irvine on Saturday in Myrtle Beach, SC.
9…Runs in the 8th inning of game two of the doubleheader by the Chanticleers to beat the Anteaters 13-6.
2…Combined losses by Irvine pitchers Daniel Bibona and Eric Pettis in Saturday’s twin bill.
3…Combined losses by Bibona and Pettis in 2009.
109…Pitches thrown in 5 1/3 IP by Bibona in his loss.
119…Pitches thrown in 6 2/3 IP by Pettis in his loss.
5…RBIs by Coastal Carolina catcher Jose Iglesias in the doubleheader sweep. He was 6-for-8 at the plate in the games.
6…Runs scored by Irvine in the 8th inning on Sunday to beat James Madison 15-9 for their only win in Myrtle Beach. In addition to their losses to Coastal Carolina the Anteaters also fell to North Carolina State.
8…Strikeouts and earned runs allowed in 3 ½ innings by Tennessee’s Bryan Morgado in Friday’s 17-1 loss
to Oregon State.
0…Runs allowed with 9 strikeouts by Oregon State’s Greg Peavey in Sunday’s 1-0 win over the Vols. Peavey allowed just three hits with one walk in his first win of the season.
0.64…Peavey’s ERA in his first 14 innings pitched this season.
9…Strikeouts in 6 innings by Louisville pitcher Thomas Royse in Friday’s 2-0 win over Michigan.
10…Strikeouts in 6 2/3 innings by Todd McInnis in 26th ranked Southern Mississippi’s 8-2 loss to LeMoyne.
2 of 3…Games Southern Miss. dropped to LeMoyne after falling 12-11 in the series finale.
20…Runners left on base by the Golden Eagles in the pair of defeats.
5…RBIs by Dolphin LF Chris Edomonson in the 12-11 win over USM.
84…Runs scored by Arizona State in its 7-0 start to the season.
18…Runs allowed by the Sun Devils (two unearned) for a 2.36 staff ERA.
15…Runs and hits by Georgia Tech in Saturday’s 15-0 win over Xavier.
1…Win over a top 10 team in the history of Xavier baseball after Sunday’s 7-6 win over #4 Georgia Tech.
4 & 3…Respective errors and unearned runs allowed by the Yellow Jackets in their first loss of 2010.
13…Errors in three games committed by Notre Dame en-route to a 1-2 weekend at the Big Ten/Big East Challenge.
6…Of those errors committed by the Fighting Irish in Sunday’s 8-7 10-inning win over Penn State.
1…Win this season for Maine (1-5) after Saturday’s 5-3 upset of #12 North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
1…Career win for Black Bear pitcher Jeffrey Gibbs, who earned the win vs. the Tar Heels. He struckout seven and allowed 2 ER in 5 1/3 IP.
2…Career starts by Gibbs-a 6’4-190 lb. freshman from Toronto, Ontario.
12…Strikeouts in 7 IP by Virginia sophomore Danny Hultzen in a 13-0 win over Rhode Island. The lefty allowed no runs and no walks on two hits to improve to 2-0.
43…Runs scored by the Cavs in their 3-game sweep of URI while allowing just 7 runs to improve to 6-1.
0…Runs allowed in 4 IP by Manhattan freshman reliever John Soldinger in Sunday’s 12-7 win over the 10th ranked Miami Hurricanes.
7…Earned runs allowed in 5 IP by Jasper starting pitcher Mike Gazzola who got credit for the win after exiting with his team leading 9-5.
7 & 9…Combined runs scored and RBIs, respectively, by Manhattan 2-5 batters Mark Onorati, Mike McCann, Chad Salem, and Austin Sheffield in the upset of the Hurricanes. The quartet also combined to hit .500 (10-for-20).
6-0…Washington State’s record after Sunday’s 10-7 win over Texas Tech in Lubbock, TX. It’s Wazzou’s best start since going 9-0 to start the 1988 season.
4, 11 & 13…Home runs, RBIs & runs scored by New Mexico State shortstop Ryan Aguayo. The junior hit .440 with an 1.120 slugging percentage in six games last week.
3…Of Aguayo’s home runs that came in one game-a 17-5 win over Akron. He hit half of the Aggies’ 6 HRs in the contest.
4 & 9…Home runs and RBIs by Eastern Kentucky’s Anthony Ottrando in the Colonel’s season-opening 3-game series vs. Western Carolina.
11…RBIs with 3 home runs in 3 games by Auburn’s Brian Fletcher. His 10th inning walk-off home run gave the Tigers a Friday win over Boston College.
15…Strikeouts in 7 IP by Ole Miss lefty Drew Pomeranz in a win over Oakland. He allowed just a run on a solo HR.
8-0…The deficit top-ranked LSU faced in the middle of the 6th inning at home Saturday vs. William & Mary. The Tigers scored 8 runs in the bottom of the 6th and then added two more runs in the 7th to win 10-9.
22…Years since LSU had overcome as big a deficit. They came back from 10 runs down to beat Ole Miss in 1988.
13 1/3…Total innings pitched in two outings last week by Kansas pitcher Cameron Selik. The junior allowed just one earned run with 10 strikeouts vs. Eastern Michigan and Sacramento State.