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Oklahoman 2014 All-Big 12 baseball roster

A look at the players who made The Oklahoman’s 2014 All-Big 12 baseball team.
by John Helsley Published: May 19, 2014

Keyed the Frogs’ late-season charge with 24 RBIs from April 1 on, including 21 in league play..

DH Zach Fish, Jr., OSU; .321; 10; 38

Emerged as a more complete hitter, batting for average and finishing second in the Big 12 in HRs.

UT Gage Green, Jr., OSU; .330; 3; 28

Led the Cowboys in hitting and played a major role at catcher and in the outfield.

 

The Rotation

L/R Pitcher, Class, School; W-L; ERA; SO

LH Brandon Finnegan, Jr., TCU; 8-3; 2.16; 103

Premium pro prospect known for his nasty stuff, with league-high Ks in 791/3 innings.

RH Preston Morrison, Jr., TCU; 8-3; 1.18; 70

Led the league in ERA while holding opposing batters to a .199 batting average.

RH Jon Perrin, Jr., OSU; 7-3; 1.81; 72

Former walk-on worked his way into the ace role and stabilized the Cowboys’ rotation.

The Bullpen

L/R Pitcher, Class, School; W-L; ERA; SO

RH Vince Wheeland, Sr., OSU; 8-0;1.32; 34

Seven of his wins came in conference play, as he juggled a variety of roles as a bridge between starts and finishes.

RH Brendan McCurry, Sr., OSU; 5-0; 0.45; 45

Cowboys’ career saves leader, tacked on 16 this season while holding teams to two runs in 40 innings.

Player of the Year: Boomer White, TCU

Pitcher of the Year: Vince Wheeland, OSU

Freshman of the Year: Sheldon Neuse, OU

Coach of the Year: Josh Holliday, Oklahoma State

by John Helsley
OSU Reporter Sr.
John Helsley grew up in Del City, reading all the newspapers and sports magazines he could get his hands on. And Saturday afternoons, when the Major League Game of the Week was on, he'd keep a scorecard for the game. So the sports appeal was was...
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