CSL First Half Recap 

The first half of the CSL has been electric! There is no shortage of talent that descended upon Westfield, IN this summer to take the field. The CSL has cemented itself into the college summer baseball landscape and people are taking notice. Check out the top team and individual performers of the first half of the CSL.

CSL Standings

2 teams stood out in the first half, with the rest of the teams in a close battle for positioning.

Pitching Leaders

Arms came in with some juice and ready to go.

THROWING HEAT

With 10 guys separated by just 2.9 miles per hour, the average fastball velo leaderboard is full of pitchers throwing gas. Jack Perkins took the top spot by .1 mph

Who needs run support?

When these guys take the mound, the offense takes a backseat. Ty Johnson took the top spot only allowing a total of 4 runs in 23 innings of work. 

Take a seat 

Dillon Marsh dominated the K leaderboard, relying on a close to 50/50 mix of off speed and fastball to strike out 47 through the first half. 

Carve ’em up 

Dillon Marsh dominated the K leaderboard, relying on a close to 50/50 mix of off speed and fastball to strike out 47 through the first half. 

A Hitter’s Nightmare 

It was an offensive struggle whenever these guys took the hill in the CSL. Carter Lohman was the most notorious offender in the CSL, allowing less than 1 hit per 10 at bats. 

Hitting Leaders

Despite the pitching power that we saw in the first half, hitters still found success. With offense at a premium this season, these guys found a way to make a difference. 

Spray it around

These guys found a way to grind out at bats, take what they were given and drive the baseball. Jonah Wichman took the top spot.

Hit ’em in

Michael Wyman finds himself in an ideal situation stepping into the box more times than not. He took advantage of that opportunity and hit over .300 with runners in scoring position. 

Big hits

Aggressive approaches led to getting fastballs early in the count. These guys took that aggressive approach to heart, got fastballs early and drove the ball gap-to-gap. 

Swipin’ Bags   

You can’t make this stuff up, Seth WIlson of the Bag Bandits leads the lead in stolen bases. Wilson went a perfect  23/23 taking the extra base. This made a difference for the first place Bag Bandits; his stolen bases led to a run scored 78% of the time.

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