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Leaders of Men (in March)

April 07, 2010

If you thought this blog could go through June 7 without a Joy Division reference, you were very, very wrong.*

The following lists are the opposite of the lists we presented yesterday. These are the lists of batters and pitchers who marched through last month like Sherman through Atlanta.

Top qualified batters in March, as sorted by OPS (minimum 40 AB):

  PLAYER            SCHOOL                AB  BB/K  XBH/K    OPS  
  A.J. Kirby-Jones  Tennessee Tech        68  0.95   0.91  1.650  
  Paul Hoilman      East Tennessee State  64  1.56   1.67  1.608  
  Wes Cunningham    Murray State          72  1.00   1.38  1.543  
  Jace Brinkerhoff  Utah Valley State     49  0.20   2.00  1.524  
  Chris Duffy       UCF                   71  0.40   1.07  1.470  
  Ryan Rivers       Charlotte             68  0.62   1.15  1.449  
  Devin Harris      East Carolina         63  1.00   1.33  1.443  
  J.D. Ashbrook     Morehead State        73  2.00   2.17  1.436  
  Ryan Fleming      Georgia State         68  1.17   1.33  1.430  
  Alex Dickerson    Indiana               68  0.78   1.56  1.425  
  Joey Wood         Georgia State         72  0.92   1.15  1.424  
  Ben Harty         New Mexico State      75  0.68   0.84  1.423  
  Danny Brock       St. Louis             67  1.78   1.56  1.416  
  Cameron Seitzer   Oklahoma              58  0.38   1.50  1.409  
  C.J. Cron         Utah                  51  0.50   1.83  1.393  
  Mark Castellitto  Gonzaga               69  0.60   1.07  1.390  
  Trey Karlen       Tennessee-Martin      60  1.00   0.87  1.386  
  Zach Wright       East Carolina         56  0.60   1.40  1.375  
  Chace Perkins     New Mexico State      61  0.69   0.75  1.349  
  Luke Stewart      UAB                   56  0.80   0.80  1.344
 

(It's no coincidence that East Carolina and Georgia State both played a series against North Carolina Central last month.)

Top qualified pitchers in March, as sorted by strikeout rate (minimum 13.3 IP):

  PLAYER           SCHOOL                IP  BABIP   K/9  
  Stephen Pryor    Tennessee Tech      13.3  0.409  16.9  
  Barret Loux      Texas A&M           25.0  0.293  15.8  
  John Stilson     Texas A&M           23.0  0.273  15.7  
  Matt Little      Kentucky            15.7  0.261  15.5  
  Luke Irvine      Northwestern State  23.7  0.340  15.2  
  Boone Whiting    Centenary           17.3  0.324  14.5  
  Kevin Munson     James Madison       18.3  0.250  14.2  
  Rye Davis        Western Kentucky    14.0  0.382  14.1  
  Nick Maronde     Florida             14.7  0.200  14.1  
  Cedric Pomerlee  Alcorn State        18.0  0.348  14.0  
  Thomas Rooke     Kansas State        20.0  0.317  14.0  
  Rob Rasmussen    UCLA                22.3  0.271  13.7  
  Thomas Keeling   Oklahoma State      25.7  0.356  13.7  
  Shawn Tolleson   Baylor              20.0  0.464  13.5  
  John Dischert    Maryland            15.3  0.087  13.5  
  Zach Woods       East Carolina       27.7  0.379  13.3  
  Garett Claypool  UCLA                21.0  0.211  13.3  
  Daniel Watts     Jacksonville State  18.3  0.455  13.3  
  Kyle Stewart     Western Carolina    17.0  0.343  13.2  
  Gerrit Cole      UCLA                26.7  0.250  13.2
 

* In June, we break out the umlauts and trace the early career of Bob Mould through the continued use of headline puns!