OSU baseball by the numbers

The Daily Barometer

63: Oregon State’s current RPI (rating percentage index). The lowest it has been all season.

7: The number times an OSU opponent has scored first over the last 11 games. The Beavers are 4-7 in those games. Twice, they have been able to come back from early deficits to come back and win.

8: The number of home runs KJ Harrison has hit during Pac-12 play, he has hit 10 on the season.

.314: The batting average of freshman second baseman Nick Madrigal during conference play. He is the only OSU batter with a conference average above .300.

.214: The batting average in conference play of junior shortstop Trever Morrison. He is batting .284 of the year.

2: The number of OSU regular starters with Pac-12 batting average below .200: Junior outfielder Caleb Hamilton hits .183 and Cayden Grenier hits .159.

.270: Opposing batters hit a .270 against USC pitchers, only UCLA and Utah have higher opposing batting averages.

4.24: The average earned run average of the Beavers’ starting rotation of senior Travis Eckert (3.88), sophomore Luke Heimlich (3.89) and junior Jake Thompson (4.95) during conference play.

.430: USC’s slugging percentage, second only to California. They are also second in the conference with 39 home runs.

.293: USC’s team batting average, the highest in the Pac-12. David Oppenheim leads the conference with a .388 average, while Jeremy Martinez is third with a .376 average.

.200: The batting average of Pac-12 opponents against freshman right-hander Bryce Fehmel. That is the lowest on the team with pitchers who have pitched at least 20 innings.

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