College Baseball Foundation 2010 Pitcher of the Year Watch List

FROM COLLEGE BASEBALL FOUNDATION RELEASE

CBFPitchingoftheYear LUBBOCK, Texas — The College Baseball Foundation announced today the quarterfinalists for the 2010 Pitcher of the Year Award. The list features 25 of the nation’s finest Division I pitchers.

“It’s been really exciting to see the numbers these pitchers have put up all year,” said Justin Knowles, Pitcher of the Year committee co-chair.

 

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

The University of Texas features three pitchers among the 25 on the revised watch list. Cole Green is 9-0 with a 1.80 ERA and 50 strikeouts in 69.1 innings pitched. Chance Ruffin has 10 saves, a 1.06 ERA and 60 strikeouts in 25 appearances. Brandon Workman is 8-1 in 10 starts. He also has 65 strikeouts to go with his 1.61 ERA and only 12 walks.

UCLA and Coastal Carolina each have two pitchers on the watch list.

“For some of these schools to have multiple pitchers on the list is really impressive,” Knowles said. “As the regular season wraps up, it will be interesting to see how these pitchers continue to add to their statistics.”

There are 11 different conferences represented on the newest watch list, with the Big 12 and the Pac-10 each having four representatives.

Chris Patterson of Appalachian State has the lowest ERA (0.58) on the list. Asher Wojciechowski of The Citadel has 98 strikeouts, leading the watch list in that category.

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.

Player Team Conference
Chris Patterson Appalachian State Southern
Kurt Heyer Arizona Pac-10
Seth Blair Arizona State Pac-10
Drew Smyly Arkansas SEC
Noe Ramirez Cal State Fullerton Big West
Asher Wojciechowski Citadel Southern
Anthony Meo Coastal Carolina Big South
Cody Wheeler Coastal Carolina Big South
Matt Barnes Connecticut Big East
Chris Sale Florida Gulf Coast Atlantic Sun
Matty Ott Louisiana State SEC
Thomas Royse Louisville Big East
Drew Pomeranz Mississippi SEC
Matt Harvey North Carolina ACC
Alex Wimmers Ohio State Big Ten
Addison Reed San Diego State Mountain West
Blake Cooper South Carolina SEC
Cole Green Texas Big 12
Chance Ruffin Texas Big 12
Brandon Workman Texas Big 12
John Stilson Texas A&M Big 12
Daniel Bibona UC Irvine Big West
Trevor Bauer UCLA Pac-10
Gerrit Cole UCLA Pac-10
Danny Hultzen Virginia ACC

  • Texas Fight

    Cole Green by two Lubbock country miles.

  • Sportsfan

    Matt Barnes from the University of Connecticut has put up some great numbers for a sophmore. He is 7-0 in 9 starts. He just had a complete game against Cincinnati, allowed only 2 hits and struck out 8 batters. It was his second game this year in which he had not allowed an earned run. Great Job Matt, and Uconn…………..

  • CatMom

    And Texas State has a kid with 99 IP, 12 starts and some relief that is 9-3 with an ERA of 2.63. More innings and starts than any of the UT guys. (and 89 K’s) In his last 4 starts he has
    30 IP
    0 ER
    28 Ks
    2 BB
    102 BF, or 12 over the minimum for 30 innings
    All complete games (3 were run ruled)
    That’s an ERA of 0 for those 4 games
    TXST is Always in UT’s shadow.