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Name,       School	AVG	OPS	HR/9	K/9	BABIP	ERA	FIPMarcus Stroman, Duke	.231	.624	.46	12.49	.353	2.39	1.88Kevin Gausman, LSU	.231	.570	.17	10.45	.329	2.84	2.67Kyle Zimmer, USF	.230	.611	.31	10.60	.326	2.85	2.85Andrew Heaney, OSU	.180	.492	.30	10.65	.261	1.60	3.06Michael Wacha, TAMU	.231	.564	.34	9.08	.305	2.21	3.10Mark Appel, Stanford	.216	.561	.25	9.49	.293	2.37	3.20Gerrit Cole (#1, 2011)	.235	.633	.67	9.08	.303	3.28	3.62Danny Hultzen (No. 2)	.193	.520	.28	12.71	.307	1.59	2.55Trevor Bauer (No. 3)	.149	.448	.42	13.32	.243	1.27	2.47Taylor Jungmann (12)	.159	.429	.22	8.51	.211	0.95	3.56Jed Bradley (No. 15)	.237	.596	.09	9.37	.329	3.31	2.83

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