Current, former and incoming Rice baseball players are participating in various Summer Ball leagues. Here’s the latest on those Owls as of July 12.
First a quick note on rosters. I’ve tracked down all players that I could find with listed statistics, but I know there are others playing ball this summer. If you come across information on anyone else associated with Rice baseball playing summer ball, please send it my way. You can leave it in the comments or send it to me some other way. Thanks!
Nathan Becker continues to churn out big games. The Rice baseball signee has upped his summer average to a dazzling .438 with five extra base hits including a pair of home runs. He’s slugging .719.
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It was a better week for Cullen Hannigan, who upped his on base percentage to .517 by drawing 10 walks over the past five games. He also added a few hits along the way. Guy Garibay continues to maul the baseball. He’s hitting .370.
Incoming transfer Mitchell Holcomb is setting expectations for his arrival high with a strong start to his summer. So far he’s thrown seven scoreless innings of one-hit baseball with seven strikeouts and just one walk. He’ll be a contender for the weekend rotation next season and it’s not hard to see why.
Also on the mound, AC Plum has maintained a perfect ERA. So too has outgoing transfer Ben Content, who has yet to allow a run in 13 innings this summer.
*All stats as of July 11 taken from league and team websites.
**No stats available for Mitchell Hocolmb (Premier), Rodrigo Duluc (Premier), Justin Dunlap (Mid TX), Johnny Hoyle (Mid TX), Alex DeLeon (Mid Tx)Subscribe on Patreon. Stay plugged into the latest happenings in Rice Football with exclusive recruiting updates, practice notes and more. We are your No. 1 source for Rice Athletics News.
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