Kole Calhoun carried the Arizona State Sun Devils last year to the CWS semifinals with an outstanding series with a .563 (9-for-16) in Omaha with three home runs (one a grand slam). Last season, his production started to jump around mid-season and he is starting to get on a similar streak as he is .471 clip (16-for-34) with three home runs and 9 RBI in the last nine games.
Calhoun wasn’t with his early season doldrums as he told Nick Kosmider of The State Press.
“I’ve always kind of been a slow starter, but now we’re in the second half of the season and I don’t have any more excuses, so I figure I’ve got to start hitting now,” Calhoun mused. “It’d be nice to start [hitting] a little earlier, but this is a funny game, you know?”
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