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Baseball Players of the Week

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Co-Participant of the Week: Dylan Crews, LSU

LSU’s Dylan Crews hit .636 (7-for-11) in opposition to Alabama with one double, three homers, seven RBI and 5 runs scored to assist lead the Tigers to a collection win. He offered the game-winning hit in Friday’s 6-5 victory over the Crimson Tide, breaking a 5-5 tie in the sixth inning with a two-out RBI single. In Sport 2 on Saturday, Crews was 3-for-3 with two homers, three RBI and two runs. In LSU’s series-clinching win on Sunday, Crews collected a double and a three-run homer whereas scoring two runs.

Co-Participant of the Week: BT Riopelle, Florida

Florida’s BT Riopelle batted .533/.556/1.133 with a 1.689 OPS to energy Florida to a 4-0 file and three-game collection sweep on the highway at Mississippi State. His 1.133 slugging share paced the Gators as he recorded a team-high 17 whole bases, two residence runs, three doubles, a team-high eight RBI, 4 runs and two walks throughout the 4 video games final week. He registered 6 RBI with a house run and a double in the collection opener Friday in Starkville.

Pitcher of the Week: Tyler Guilfoil, Kentucky

Kentucky’s Tyler Guilfoil picked up his first win of season with 6.0 shutout innings to win the first recreation of the collection in opposition to No. 1 Tennessee. Guilfoil yielded only one hit in opposition to the high offense in the nation and helped pave the method for the Wildcats’ collection win. He has a 1.45 ERA this season and a 1.01 ERA in SEC video games.

Co-Freshman of the Week: Hunter Elliott, Ole Miss

Ole Miss’ Hunter Elliott earned the first SEC win of his profession on Saturday in the Rebels’ 8-1 win over Missouri. The true-freshman delivered a career-high seven innings of one-run ball, matching his profession excessive of 9 strikeouts whereas scattering 4 hits. Elliott’s 9 strikeouts had been tied for the most by an SEC pitcher in a single outing throughout the week. He allowed simply 4 hits and one stroll.

Co-Freshman of the Week: Carter Holton, Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt’s Carter Holton tossed 6.0 shutout innings in the collection finale at No. 16 Georgia, permitting simply 4 hits and two walks whereas putting out 5. He picked up his fourth win of the season and notched his fifth high quality begin on the 12 months with the outing.

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