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Figured it may be worth keeping track of a few players that will be in the conversation around the No. 4 pick. First one I wanted to pull out was Taylor Jungmann, because while checking to see if Maryland had started their season, I learned the big righty had thrown a complete game shutout against them in the season opener.

ip h r er bb so fo go pitches

9.0 5 0 0 1 9 5 12 95

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Figured it may be worth keeping track of a few players that will be in the conversation around the No. 4 pick. First one I wanted to pull out was Taylor Jungmann, because while checking to see if Maryland had started their season, I learned the big righty had thrown a complete game shutout against them in the season opener.

ip h r er bb so fo go pitches

9.0 5 0 0 1 9 5 12 95

Pretty impressive for mid February.

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IP H R ER BB K FO GO pitches 9  5 0 0  1  9 5  12 95
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To make it more impressive, Maryland lit up another All American pitcher from Texas today, Cole Green. Maryland aren't the same slouches they've been for a long time.

Also, the release said that Jungmann gave up only one hit after the third inning. Stronger as the game goes on it sounds.

I watched the game tape -- his stuff was down early on but he settled in. Maryland is definitely a program headed in the right direction, but his stuff was well ahead of the MD hitters. Fastball was lively. Slurve was below average early on and climbed up to average later on. Not his best showing. Velo was 92-95.

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