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2 Chris Alvord
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C SO R-R 6-3 180
Mentor, Ohio

Walk-on that pitchers love to throw to. “He just makes you better,” said pitching coach Pat Bangtson. A great defensive catcher and signal-caller. Is developing into the personal catcher for Andy Lee. Went 0-2 with and RBI and sacrifice fly in game two against Indiana. Started against West Virginia and went 2-4 with and RBI. Got the start in game two against MSU and went 1-3 with two RBI. Started game two of the Purdue series and went 1-3. Set a career high with two RBI and tied a career high with two hits in four at-bats against Cleveland State. Appeared in the latter innings for defensive purposes against Dayton. Started game two against Penn State. Got the start against Wright State and went 0-3 with a sacrifice bunt. Went 2-4 and played very solid defense in a start against Youngstown State. Started game two against Michigan at catcher and went 1-3 with a run scored. Caught game two against Northwestern, and according to starter Andy Lee, “called a great game.” Batted 1-4 with 1 RBI at Houston in G3. Started behind the plate against Georgia, catching Andy Lees first career complete game. Batted 1-3 against the Bulldogs. Started against Troy State and had quite an impressive defensive performance.

1 Mike Check
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IF SO R-R 5-10 166
Bay Village, Ohio

Speedy utility player. Is swinging the bat well in limited at-bats. Got the nod in game three against Indiana and went 2-2 with two runs scored. Started against West Virginia and went 2-5, extending his hitting streak to eight games. Got his first Big Ten start ever in game four against Michigan State and went 1-5 with two RBI, including a clutch bases loaded single. Went 1-3 with an RBI against both Oakland and Pittsburgh. Started at short vs. Cleveland State and went 1-4 with a run scored. Got the start against Wright State and turned in one of the best performances of his career at the plate, going 3-5 with and RBI. Played the majority of a 16-1 blowout of Ashland, going 2-3 with an RBI. Saw action in five games at the Homestead Challenge, batting 1-2 with 2R. Earned first career start in G2 at Houston, playing centerfield. Batted 3-4 with 2R against the Cougars.

3 Cory Cox
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RHP SO R-R 6-2 193
Chillicothe, Ohio

Leads the Big Ten with nine saves. Needs one more save to set a single-season mark for saves in a season at OSU. Starting to evolve as the go-to guy out of the bullpen. Intense competitor when hes on the mound. Made only one appearance in the Indiana series, going one inning in game four and allowing a run. Appeared twice in the Michigan Sate series. Earned the save in game four against Purdue – his only appearance of the series. Picked up the save with a shutout inning against Dayton. Appeared in two games against Penn State, pitching a combined 1.2 innings and allowing one run. Got the save in game one against the Nittany Lions. Made two appearances against Illinois and picked up two saves with a combined 1.1 innings of scoreless work. Got the win with one scoreless inning of work against Youngstown State. Impressive in two appearances against Michigan, totaling 3.2 innings pitched and three strikeouts and picking up a win and a save. Pitched one inning against Ashland, striking out two. Picked up win No. 1 in relief in game three against Northwestern, pitching the Buckeyes out of a one out, two on jam. Moved to 0-2 on the season after entering in relief against UConn. Took the loss in G2 at Houston after relieving Andy Lee. Posted his second save of the year against East Carolina, preserving Justin Frys win. Relieved Andy Lee against Troy State, pitching 2.1 innings, earning his first career save.

14 Doug Dendinger
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C FR L-R 5-11 205
Greenwich, Ohio

Big-time potential. Coaches are really impressed with his bat. Because of the wealth of OSU catchers, is seeing time in the outfield and at designated hitters. A good left-handed bat to have come off the bench against a righty. Went 1-3 in a start at DH against West Virginia. Entered the game in the seventh inning of game one against MSU and went 3-3 with two home runs and four RBI. Was 5-6 with seven RBI against MSU in the four games combined. Went a combined 1-6 with two runs scored in a doubleheader against Oakland and Pittsburgh. Got the start at the designated hitter spot against Dayton. Delivered a huge pinch-hit run-scoring single in the 11th inning of a 10-9 come-from-behind victory against Penn State. Started against Wright State and went 1-2 with and RBI. Appeared as a pinch hitter at Illinois. Started in left field against YSU, and went 2-3 with an RBI. Going to be a big part of OSUs mostly left-handed hitting arsenal. Went 1-3 against Ashland, playing leftfield. Batted 1-2 with one run scored in the BELLSOUTH championship game against East Carolina. Earned first career start in the first game of the season against Kentucky, recording his first hit and run as a Buckeye.

6 Jason Driscoll
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OF JR R-R 5-10 175
Middlefield, Ohio

Works hard every day. Always a threat to lay down a bunt for a base hit. Solid defensive leftfielder. Smart, aggressive baserunner. Went 4-16 with an RBI in the Indiana series. Went 7-15 with two home runs and five RBI in the MSU series. Was 2-12 with four RBI in the Purdue series. Went 3-16 in the series against Penn State and drove in the winning run in a comeback victory in game four. Big game against Wright State, going 2-4 with a home run, three runs scored, and a two stolen bases. Was 5-16 with four runs scored at Illinois. Went a combined 4-16 at Michigan with six RBIs. Smacked a two-run triple in game two against the Wolverines. Cracked a home run and drove in three in 16-1 win over Ashland. Was 6-of-17 against Northwestern with a pair of RBIS. Solid in the field and tough to pitch to because of his small strike zone. Went 2-4 with a run batted in against OWU. Put up 10 hits and 10 RBI on the weekend at Homestead. Homered against UConn. Put together a 2-4 performance against East Carolina in the championship game. Batted 1-3 against Troy State, scoring once and batting in a pair of runs.

10 Tom Durant
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C/OF SR R-R 6-3 215
Columbus, Ohio

Hitting the ball better than he ever has. Typically bats in the No. 2 position. Is scoring more runs than expected. Uncharacteristic sped for a catcher. Has a team-high 11-game hitting streak entering the Big Ten playoffs. Went 4-10 in three starts against Indiana. Had a hit in each game against MSU, including two home runs. Went 1-4 against Pittsburgh and picked off a runner at third base. Had a hit in each game against Purdue, going 4-12 with two runs and an RBI in the series. Went 5-16 with five runs scored in the Penn State series. Was 6-11 with a home run in the Illinois series. Deliverd a clutch one-out single in the ninth against Youngstown State, eventually scoring on a game-winning home run by Mike Lockwood. The hero in game one versus Michigan, hitting two home runs – including a grand slam in the top of the ninth to break a 3-3 tie – and driving in six runs. Was 6-19 with eight RBIs in the four games against the Wolverines. Went 2-2 against Ashland before being given the rest of the night off. Played all four games against NWU – catching three and dhing the other – and knocked his first homerun of the season in game one. Missed three games in Florida due to a sprained right wrist, but hes back in the lineup. Owned the plate at the Hurricane Classic, earning tournament MVP honors. Batted 4-5 in both games against East Carolina and put up six RBI on the weekend. Impressive performance against Kentucky, batting 3-5 with 3R and 3 RBI, including the game-winning RBI.

7 Chad Ehrnsberger
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IF SO R-R 5-9 180
Kalida, Ohio

Third-team freshman All-American last year. Hard working, blue collar player. Ranks among the Big Ten leaders in several offenisve categories. OHio States clean-up hitter. Swinging a hot bat heading into the Big Ten Tournament. Was 6-14 with three home runs in the Indiana series, driving in eight runs. Went 4-15 with four RBI in the MSU series. Was 1-3 with his 11th home run of the year against Pittsburgh. Went 2-9 with three runs scored in the Purdue series. Was 1-4 with an RBI and two runs scored against Cleveland State. Went 4-13 with six RBI in the Penn State series. Smacked his tenth home run of the year in a 1-3 performance against Wright State. Went 6-13 with two home runs and eight RBI at Illinois. Was 2-4 with two runs scored and a double against Youngstown State. Went 5-14 in four games against Michigan with two home runs (both in the same game) and six RBI. Had a 12 game hitting streak snapped in game three against the Wolverines. Was 1-2 with two runs scored against Ashland. The Big Ten Player of the Week on April 5 after going 9-for-15 with five RBIs vs. Northwestern. Was 1-4 with a run scored against OWU. Hit two homeruns at against Harvard, one in each game. Posted 15 RBI for the entire homestead weekend. Homered against Miami. Put together a great weekend at the plate at the Blue-Gray Classic, pounding 2 HR against Minnesota. Batted 3-5 with 4R against the Gophers and also went 2-3 against Troy State with 3R. Unfortunately, he committed 5E on the weekend, three against the Gophers.

38 Justin Fry
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RHP SR R-R 6-3 195
Munhall, Pa.

Same as always, the ace of the staff. Has had a record breaking season at OSU in 1999, and is now Ohio States all-time win leader, strikeout leader, and innings pitched leader. One of the finest pitchers in the Big Ten. A fierce competitor that never tires. Yet another complete game against Indiana in game one, giving up only two earned runs and striking out eight. Solid outing against Michigan State in game one, going seven innings and allowing only four runs while striking out seven and picking up his eighth win of the year. Recorded his third complete game of the year in game one against Purdue, going nine innings and striking out 10 while allowing only one earned run. Became the winningest pitcher in OSU history with a stellar 8.1 inning performance against Penn State, allowing zero runs and striking out nine. Tied the record for career wins at OSU when the Buckeyes visited Illinois, going 5.2 innings and surrendering eight runs. Put in OSUs best starting effort in the Michigan series, going six and two-thirds and allowing three runs. Business as usual against Northwestern in game one, going eight innings and striking out eight. Picked up two wins at Homestead earning Big Ten Pitcher of the Week honors. Tough loss in G1 at Houston as the Cougars won in their last at-bat. Recorded first win of the season against East Carolina, striking out two in 8.0 innings. Moved into second place (282) for career strikeouts against Kentucky with four Ks in 6.2 IP.

37 Kurt Fullenkamp
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RHP SR R-R 6-5 210
Minster, Ohio

Has developed into a very strong game four starter for OSU in the stretch run. Will end his career with one of the highest winning percentages of any pitcher in school history. Valuable because of his ability to start or come on in relief. Started Ohio States final regular season game of the year against Indiana, going 6.2 innings and striking out eight while allowing five runs. Got the start and went seven innings in game four against MSU, allowing only two earned runs and tying a career high with seven strikeouts. Threw two scoreless innings against Oakland. Started against Purdue in game four and went 7.1 inings, allowing only two runs. Went two and two-thirds innings against Cleveland State without giving up a run. Pitched a scoreless inning against Dayton. Got the win against Penn State in game two by recording an out and not allowing a run in an extra inning apperance. Pitched a perfect inning against Wright State, striking out two. Got his first start of the year at Illinois, going three innings and allowing four earned runs. Returned to old form against Youngstown State, pitching one scoreless inning and striking out two. One appearance against Michigan. Appeared in the game two win over Northwestern and pitched the final inning of the game one win over the Wildcats. Aided Nate Smith against Miami. Picked up first win of the year against Kentucky after entering in relief.

12 Marcello Garofalo
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1B JR R-R 6-1 195
Columbus, Ohio

Solid hitter that is making the most of limited playing time. Would be an everyday player on most teams in the Big Ten. Has some power. Enters the Big Ten Tournament with a six-game hitting streak. Played in game two against Indiana and went 1-2 with an RBI. Played in game one against MSU, going 1-2 with two RBI. Was 1-3 with an RBI against Oakland. Went 1-4 as the starting first baseman in the Dayton game. Was 3-4 with a home run and four RBIs in a start at first base against Wright State. Went 3-5 with two RBIs in a dh role against Ashland. Pinch hit against Ohio Wesleyan. Belted a homerun against Drexel. First hit of the season, a double, came against East Carolina after he entered the game for defensive purposes. Pinch-hit twice at the Blue-Gray Classic.

29 Kevin Goodrum
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LHP SO L-L 6-3 200
Mentor, Ohio

Big left-hander that may start some mid-week games but is emerging as a force and a workhorse out of the bullpen in Big Ten games. Very tough on left-handed hitters. Made one appearance in the Indiana series, allowing two runs in 1.1 innings. Threw two innings, struck out two, and faced just six batters against Pittsburgh. Made the longest relief appearance of his career in game two against Penn State, going five innings and allowing three earned runs while striking out three. Went 2.1 innings in two appearances at Illinois, picking up the win in game two. Went two innings and did not surrender an earned run against Youngstown State, striking out two. Made three appearances against Michigan, earning a win and a save in relief. Worked a combined eight innings against the Wolverines and surrendered three runs on sixhits. Had a 14 inning scoreless streak snapped in Ann Arbor. Pitched two scoreless innings against Ashland. Went four innings in the Northwestern series without allowing a run. Pitched well enough to win against Ohio Wesleyan (4 IP, 0 hits, 0 runs), but was pulled to rest before pitching the minimum five innings. Recorded two wins and a save at the Homestead Challenge. Entered in relief against Kentucky and Minnesota. Recorded three strikeouts against the Wildcats.

40 Ted Kalnins
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RHP FR R-R 6-7 235
Burlington, Ontario

Starting to look sharp. Big, imposing presence on the mound. Made the travel squad by the end of this season. Made the first Big Ten appearance of his career against MSU in game one and pitched two scoreless innings in shoes that were two sizes too small. Pitched two innings against West Virginia and set a career high with four strikeouts. Pitched one scoreless inning and faced the minimum three batters against Pittsburgh. Best outing of his career thus far against Dayton, pitching two scoreless innings and striking out one. First career appearance came against Minnesota. Pitched 1.2 innings against the Gophers.

22 E.J. Laratta
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RHP FR R-R 6-2 165
Englewood, Colo.

Freshman All-America and Big Ten Freshman of the Year candidate. Poised for a first-year pitcher. Among the Big Ten leaders in wins, complete games, and shutouts. Works very fast. Has not allowed an earned run at home in the last 26 innings. Notched a complete-game shutout in game three against Indiana, scattering seven hits over seven innings and striking out six. Went four innings and allowed three earned runs in a start in MSU. Notched his eighth win of the year with a complete game, four-hit shutout of Purdue in game three. Got the start and his seventh win of the year against Dayton, pitching five innings without allowing an earned run. Recorded his second career and second consecutive complete game against Penn State in game three, allowing only three hits and striking out a career high eight. Solid outing in game three at Illinois, picking up his second career complete game. Scattered eight hits and four runs in seven innings against the Illini. Started game four against Michigan, going 4.2 innings and allowing eight runs. Went five innings and picked up the win in game four against Northwestern, allowing just two earned runs. Pitched 8.0 innings two times on the Spring Break trip, recording wins against Liberty and Dartmouth. Shelled right out of the gate in G3 at Houston, taking the loss. Picked up the win in the Hurricane Classic championship game after pitching 7.0 shutout innings in his first career start. Appeared for the first time as a Buckeye against Minnesota. Walked three in 1.1 IP but also struck out two.

34 Greg Larrick
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RHP FR B-R 6-3 175
North Canton, Ohio

Highly touted prospect. Will be a big part of the future of OSU baseball. Went 2.2 innings against Oakland. Pitched two innings against Wright State, topping the 90 mph on the radar gun. Earned first career start against Drexel. First action as a Buckeye came with 1.0 innings pitched against Minnesota.

19 Andy Lee
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RHP SR R-R 6-2 200
West Chester, Ohio

Solid second man in the rotation. Knows how to win. Would be a No. 1 starter at most schools in the Big Ten. Intense. Enters the Big Ten Tournament with a stunning 21-3 career record. Notched his second consecutive complete game in the Michigan State series, allowing just one run and striking out seven. Tossed a complete game, four-hit shutout against Purdue in game two, his second blanking of the year. Appeared twice against Penn State, once as a starter and once as a reliever. Picked up the winin game four by pitching two shutout innings in relief. Tough start Illinois, going 4.2 innings and surrendering nine earned runs. Went 4.1 innings and surrendered four earned runs in a game two start at Michigan, earning the win. Pitched the final inning of the 16-1 win over Ashland. Impressive seven-inning complete game shutout in game two vs. Northwestern. Scattered three hits over those seven innings and struck out four. First career complete game was a 7-2 win against Georgia as the Buckeyes rolled through the Bulldogs. Was named to the Hurricane Classic all-tournament team. Picked up win No. 1 this year against Troy State after pitching 6.2 innings.

20 Mike Lockwood
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OF JR L-L 6-1 195
Powell, Ohio

Smooth centerfielder and feared hitter. Excels in all areas. 1999 Preseason All-American. One of OSUs hottest hitters recently. Always finds a way to reach base. Makes things look easy. Hits for power and average. Has a bright future in baseball. Went 7-17 with four RBI in the Indiana series. Went 3-5 with an eighth-inning home run against West Virginia. Went 7-17 with two home runs and four RBI in the Michigan State seriesl. Hit two home runs against Pittsburgh. Went 5-13 in the Purdue series to lead all OSU hitters. Was 3-5 with two RBI against Cleveland State. Went 4-13 in the Penn State series with three RBI and four runs scored. Six game hitting streak snapped against Wright State. Can hit for power and average. Was 6-16 in the Illinois series with two home runs and six RBI. The hero of the Youngstown State game, hitting two home runs, including the game-winner to left field in the bottom of the ninth. Was 5-18 with five runs scored against Michigan. Scored twice and went 1-2 with a dinger against Ashland. Went 4-of-11 and scored six times in a four game series against Northwestern. Homered on the first pitch he faced in game two against the Wildcats. Picked up third three-hit game of the year against OWU. Has scored a run in seven straight games. Went 2-4 with two runs scored against East Carolina. Batted 4-9 in Gs 2&3 at the Blue-Gray Classic after an 0-5 start against Kentucky. Took the second pitch of the Troy State game deep for a HR.

13 John Mayor
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IF SO R-R 5-10 170
Chesterfield, Mo.

Seeing time at designated hitter and making the most of it. Has some speed. Can also play the infield. Hit his first career home run in game one of the Michigan State series and drove in four runs in the game. Started three of four games at DH against Purdue and went 2-10 with an RBI. Got the start at second base against Cleveland State and wetn 1-5. Started three of the four games against Penn State and went 1-9 with a run scored. Started all four games of the Illinois series, going 4-13 with five runs scored. Went 0-1 against Youngstown State and saw some time at second base. Started three of the games in Ann Arbor, going a combined 3-11 with three runs. Knocked four hits in eight at-bats and scored five runs in the Northwestern series. Had two of OSUs three extra base hits against Ohio Wesleyan (both doubles). Entered as a reserve during the Hurricane Classic weekend. Recorded a sacrifice fly against Georgia. Started all three games at the Blue-Gray Classic and batted 2-3 with 2R against Minnesota.

17 Trent McIlvain
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IF SO R-R 5-9 168
Louisville, Ohio

Swinging the bat well. Gets great pitches to hit in the seven, eight, and nine spots. Has some pop in his bat for player his size. Very experienced for only a sophomore. Had two hits and scored three runs in the Michigan State series. Went 2-3 with an RBI against Oakland. Went 3-13 with a home run in the Purdue series. Went 1-3 with a run scoring double off the wall against Dayton. Went 3-13 with three runs scored against Penn State. Had a career-high 15-game hitting streak snapped in game four at Illinois, but went 6-14 with seven runs scored against the Illini overall. Extended his hitting streak to 12 games with a single against Youngstown State. Batted in the second spot against the Penguins. Stayed hot at Michigan, going 7-15 with three RBIs and a home run. Notched first career triple in the win over Ashland. Led Ohio State offensively in the Northwestern series by going 8-of-13 (.615) and driving in four runs. Two RBIs versus Ohio Wesleyan. Shook off a wrist injury that caused him to miss the first three games of the season and earned all-tournament honors at the Hurricane Classic batting .500.

21 Matt Middleton
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3B SR L-R 6-3 200
Conover, Ohio

Good defensive third baseman with a good arm. A naturally gifted player. Has made some of OSUs best defensive plays of the year. Came on offensively during the stretch run. Went 1-4 with two RBI against West Virginia, slamming his sixth home run of the year. Had an unbelievable Michigan State series, going 10-16 with two home runs and 10 RBI. Hit for the cycle in game one against the Spartans and tied a Big Ten record for hits in a game (six). Smacked third home run of the year and went 2-4 with three runs scored against Oakland. Was 3-13 with two RBI in the Purdue series. Big day against Cleveland State, going 2-3 with four RBI and a pair of doubles. Was 4-16 in the Penn State series, including a key two-out single that gave OSU a two-run lead in game four against the Nittany Lions. Went 5-15 against Illinois with three RBI. Crushed second home run of the year against Youngstown State, driving int two. Was 2-10 with two RBIs in the Michigan series. Went 5-of-15 in the Northwestern series and scored four runs. First homerun of the year against OWU. Batted 2-4 with two RBI in the Hurricane Classic championship game. Recorded six hits on the weekend at the Blue-Gray Classic.

4 Joe Palazzo
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IF FR R-R 6-0 187
Tucson, Ariz.

Promising young infielder. Will gain experience in the mid-week games. Is swinging the bat well in limited playing time. Was 1-4 with an RBI against Pittsburgh. Started against Dayton at third and scored a run. Knocked first career home run and went 2-4 while starting at third base against Wright State. Started against Youngstown State and went 2-3 with an RBI. Got the start against Ashland at third base, going 3-5 with an RBI. Appeared as a reserve against Ohio Wesleyan at third base and singled in one plate appearance. Freshman third baseman has appeared three times.

23 James Sharp
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OF FR R-R 5-9 160
Wilmette, Ill.

Went 1-3 with an RBI against Ashland. Reserve outfielder that made the spring trip.

27 Nate Smith
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RHP FR R-R 6-1 180
Bryan, Ohio

Is starting to turn some heads. Coaching staff says he just needs to relax. A preseason freshman All-American. Fools a lot of batters. A big part of the future of the OSU pitching staff. Started against West Virginia and went five innings, allowing three earned runs and striking out seven. Made one appearance against Michigan State, going two-thirds of an inning without allowing a run and striking out one. Started against Pittsburgh and got the win, going six innings and allowing only one run. Pitched two scoreless innings with a pair of strikeouts against Cleveland State. Started game four against Penn State, going five and one-third innings and allowing six earned runs. Notched a second straight impressive outing in a start against Wright State, going four inning and surrendering just one hit. Was very impressive against Illinois, appearing in a relief role and pitching four scoreless innings for the win. Pitched an inning against Youngstown State and surrendered one earned run. Went three innings and gave up four runs against the Wolverines in a game three start, taking the loss. Toyed with Ashland, pitching one inning and striking out the side. Went 3.1 innings in a start in game two vs. Northwestern, surrendering four earned runs. Struck out five in two innings of work against Ohio Wesleyan. Picked two wins at Homestead, including a career high 12 strikeout performance against Drexel. Walloped by the Hurricanes in his second ever start. Had a rough outing in his first career action against Minnesota. Was pounded for 7ER and 9H in 2.0 IP. Also recorded 3K, all of which caught batters looking.

26 Brandon Steen
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RHP FR R-R 6-4 220
Hendersonville, Tenn.

Ohio States most common mid-week starter. Went four innings in a start against Oakland, allowing two runs and striking out two. Started the Cleveland State game and got the win, going three innings and surrendering two runs. Got the start against Youngstown State and went four innings, allowing four earned runs. Notched second career win against Ashland, pitching four scoreless innings. Picked up first collegiate win against Ohio Wesleyan, pitching three innings of one-run, one-hit baseball. Has appeared only in relief so far this year.

36 Jason Trott
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1B/OF SR L-L 6-3 220
Dublin, Ohio

Never stops hitting and never ceases to amaze. One of the finest pure hitters in the country. Became the first player in Big Ten history to capture three straight league batting titles this season. Ohio States all-time career batting average leader. The guy you want at the plate with the game on the line. Went 6-13 with four RBI in the Indiana series. Went 2-5 against West Virginia. Had two hits in each game against MSU, going 8-13 combined in the series. Went 2-4 with two RBI against Oakland. Was 3-11 with two RBI and a home run in the Purdue seris. Went 1-4 with a pair of runs scored against Cleveland State. Led Ohio State offensively in the Penn State series by going 6-15 with five RBI. Was 2-4 with and RBI against Wright State, getting his first start of the year at the designated hitter spot. Went a combined 7-14 with six RBI against Illinois. Was 1-4 with a run scored against Youngstown State. Was 8-16 with a home run and five RBIs in the Michigan series. Went 2-5 against Ashland with two RBIs. Had just two hits in nine at-bats against Northwestern, but an on-base percentage of .500 in the four games (four BBs, two HBPs, four runs scored). Nine game hitting streak snapped in game one against Northwestern. Put together a decent weekend at the Hurricane Classic, batting 3-4 against Georgia and 2-4 against East Carolina. Batted 2-4 against Kentucky with 1R and 2 RBI.

24 Jason Turner
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OF JR L-L 6-3 205
Versailles, Ohio

Athletic. Streaky hitter thats tough to stop when he gets hot. Clutch hitter. Swings the bat exceptionally well against right-handers. Went 2-3 in the West Virginia game, scoring a run. Was 5-15 with 11 RBI in the Michigan State series. Went 2-11 in the Purdue series. Was 1-4 and tied a career high with three runs scored against Cleveland State. Went 2-10 against Penn State, but delivered a key two-out single to tie the game in OSUs final at-bat in game four. Was 4-17 against Illinois, including a five RBI performance in game four of the series. Big day against Youngstown State, going 2-5 with three RBI and a run scored. Had a solid Michigan series, going 7-16 with two RBIs and three runs scored.Scored three runs and went 2-3 with two RBIS against Ashland. Collected four hits in 13 at-bats in the Northwestern series, scoring four times and driving in four. Went 2-5 with two RBIs against OWU. Named to the Hurricane Classic all-tournament team. Went 3-4 against East Carolina with 3 RBI. One of three Bucks to record a hit against Miami. Played well at the Blue-Gray Classic. Went 2-3 against Minnesota with 2R and 3 RBI, homering once. Also cranked a round-tripper against Troy State.

25 Trevor Vaught
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IF FR R-R 5-10 170
Canton, Ohio

One of the teams fastest players. Played some second base against Cleveland State and went 1-1 with a run scored. Knocked first career hit against Ohio Wesleyan, a single. Has appeared in seven games.

11 Joe Wilkins
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C/OF FR B-R 6-1 190
Powell, Ohio

True freshman switch-hitter that is showing promise at the plate. Went 2-2 against Oakland. Got the third start of his career against Cleveland State and delivered for the second straight game, going 2-5 with two RBI. Also started against Dayton and went 2-2 with and RBI and a run scored.