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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).