BASE: National Perspective

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Click HERE to see where your favorite Big Ten teams and players rank among the NCAA's stat leaders.

Notable (top 25):

  • Indiana is 18th with 1.47 home runs per game and 25th with a .519 slugging percentage.
  • Michigan State is sixth with .56 triples per game.
  • Illinois is 12th (2.39) and Michigan State is 20th (2.13) in steals per game.
  • The Spartans continue to lead the nation in fielding percentage (.981).
  • The Michigan defense has turned 40 double plays, 17th in the nation.
  • Entering this week, Michigan State's .719 winning percentage ranked 24th .
  • Indiana's Alex Dickerson is 20th in hits (63), second with .47 homers per game, 15th with 1.47 RBI per game, 11th in slugging (.831) and sixth in total bases (123).
  • The Hoosiers' Jerrud Sabourin is eighth in batting (.454) and third in hits (69).
  • Michigan's Patrick Biondi is 12th (1.41) and Michigan State's Brandon Eckerle is 25th (1.34) in runs scored per game. Biondi is also seventh with six triples.
  • Illinois' Willie Argo is sixth (.84), Iowa's Kurtis Muller is 18th (.68) and Michigan's Biondi is 20th (.68) in steals per game.
  • Ohio State's Ryan Dew is the 16th-most difficult player to strikeout (21.5 at-bats per strikeout).
  • Indiana's Drew Leininger is third (1.20) and Ohio State's Alex Wimmers is eighth (1.71) in ERA.
  • Wimmers is tied for the national lead with eight wins, while Leininger and Michigan State's Kurt Wunderlich are tied in 24th with six victories.
  • Minnesota's Seth Rosin is first in walks allowed per nine innings (0.32), while Northwestern's Francis Brooke (1.00) is ninth. Leininger is 18th in hits allowed per nine innings (6.45).

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