Oklahoma’s Jonathan Gray and West Virginia redshirt sophomore Harrison Musgrave represent the Conference on the newest edition of The College Baseball Hall of Fame Pitcher of the Year Award Watch List.
For the season, Musgrave is 8-1 with a 2.14 ERA in 13 starts with three complete games, three shutouts and 76 strikeouts. He is currently riding a seven-game winning streak and has yet to lose in Big 12 play, posting a 5-0 record. In conference play, he has a 1.02 ERA, striking out 61 in 53.0 innings and has allowed just six earned runs. In the conference only rankings, he is first in wins (5), opponent batting average (.145), shutouts (3) and complete games (3), while ranking second in ERA (1.02), innings pitched (53.0) and strikeouts (61).
Gray is third in the Big 12 with a 1.43 overall ERA and holds an 8-2 record, including three league victories. He passed the 100-strikeout milestone for the second straight season (112), becoming just the sixth Sooner to do so in back-to-back years. In conference games, the junior has 63 strikeouts in 53.0 innings, the most in the Big 12. He currently sits tied for second with Musgrave in innings pitched (53.0), and is fourth in opponent batting average (.178) in league-only rankings.
The award, sponsored by Diamond Sports, will be presented on June 29 as part of the College Baseball Hall of Fame’s annual Night of Champions event in Lubbock, Texas. For more information on the Pitcher of the Year Award of the College Baseball Hall of Fame’s Night of Champions, visit collegebaseballhall.org