Mississippi State baseball played a five-inning scrimmage Tuesday afternoon. Included are partial stats and notes. The next scrimmage is probably not going to be until Friday afternoon due to the weather.
Highlights from the scrimmage:
Freshman C.T. Bradford had a single and a double.
Freshman Hunter Renfroe had a single, a double and an RBI.
Senior Trey Johnson had a triple and an RBI.
Senior Jaron Shepherd had a triple and a sacrifice bunt.
Freshman Adam Frazier had a double.
Senior Ryan Collins had a single and an RBI.
Senior Cody Freeman walked twice.
Senior Jarrod Parks was hit by a pitch.
Freshman Demarcus Henderson walked once.
Senior Jonathan Ogden walked once.
Senior Nick Vickerson walked once.
Freshman Taylor Stark had a sacrifice bunt.
Freshman Cody Abraham had a sacrifice bunt.
Junior LHP Tim Statz threw 3 innings, allowing 0 runs on 2 hits, 1 walk and 1 hit batsman. He struck out 4.
Junior LHP Luis Pollorena threw 3 innings, allowing 2 runs (1 earned) on 3 hits and 3 walks while striking out 3.
Senior LHP Trey Johnson threw 1 inning, allowing 0 runs on 2 hits while striking out 1.
Freshman RHP Daryl Norris threw 1 inning, allowing 0 runs on 0 hits and 1 walk while striking out 1.
Freshman LHP C.T. Bradford threw 1 inning, allowing 1 run (unearned) on 2 hits while striking out 1.
Freshman RHP Hunter Renfroe threw 1 inning, allowing 0 runs on 0 hits or walks while striking out 2.
Top Velocity (Consistent and Top velo for 1st Inning):
Tim Statz - 84-87, 87 miles per hour.
Luis Pollorena - 84-87, 87 miles per hour.
Trey Johnson - 81-83, 85 miles per hour.
Daryl Norris - 86-87, 87 miles per hour.
C.T. Bradford - 86-88, 88 miles per hour.
Hunter Renfroe - 92-94, 97 miles per hour.
1B - Ryan Collins, Daryl Norris
2B - Sam Frost, Adam Frazier
SS - Jonathan Ogden, Demarcus Henderson
3B - Nick Vickerson, Jarrod Parks
C - Cody Freeman, Wes Thigpen
LF - Trey Johnson, Cody Abraham
CF - C.T. Bradford, Brent Brownlee
RF - Jaron Shepherd, Taylor Stark
Notes From The Park:
The temperature during the scrimmage was in the low to mid-40's.