Hudson named Midseason Pitcher of the Year

Dakota Hudson

Dakota Hudson

Mississippi State junior right-hander Dakota Hudson has been tabbed the Midseason Pitcher of the Year by Perfect Game.

Hudson has made seven starts this season with a 4-1 record and leads the SEC with a 0.92 ERA. He is also fourth in the conference with 56 strikeouts over 48 2/3 innings of work.

In league play, the Dunlap, Tennessee native is 2-0 with a flawless ERA, 24 strikeouts and just three walks in 25 innings.

In addition to being named Midseason Pitcher of the Year, Hudson was also selected first team Midseason All-American by Perfect Game as well.

Midseason College Baseball Awards:

Player of the Year: Seth Beer, of, Clemson
Pitcher of the Year: Dakota Hudson, rhp, Mississippi State
Freshman of the Year: Seth Beer, of, Clemson
Coach of the Year: Chad Holbrook, South Carolina
Team of the Year: Florida Gators

Midseason College Baseball All-American Teams

Statistics for games played through Monday, April 4

First Team

Pos. Player School AVG OBP SLG R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
C Brett Cumberland California .425 .552 .904 22 31 5 0 10 26 3
1B Jameson Fisher Southeastern Louisiana .521 .626 .872 30 49 7 1 8 38 6
2B Jake Noll Florida Gulf Coast .358 .423 .617 29 43 8 1 7 40 4
3B Jake Burger Missouri State .409 .489 .764 30 45 6 0 11 36 2
SS Sheldon Neuse Oklahoma .392 .500 .686 17 40 9 3 5 21 8
OF Seth Beer Clemson .422 .522 .911 28 38 8 0 12 34 0
OF Kyle Lewis Mercer .426 .555 .843 37 46 9 0 12 43 4
OF Heath Quinn Samford .330 .452 .780 31 36 5 1 14 43 1
DH Will Craig Wake Forest .461 .571 .947 24 35 10 0 9 36 0
UT Adam Haseley Virginia .356 .443 .551 34 42 11 3 2 12 1

 

Pos. Player School ERA W-L CG SV IP H SO BB BAA
SP Dakota Hudson Mississippi State 0.92 4-1 1 0 48.2 32 56 18 .187
SP Clarke Schmidt South Carolina 1.80 6-1 1 0 50 39 60 7 .214
SP Daulton Jefferies California 1.29 6-0 1 0 42 33 47 6 .208
SP Brendan McKay Louisville 1.70 6-1 1 0 47.2 33 61 15 .193
SP Dustin Beggs Kentucky 2.74 7-0 0 0 49.1 35 43 7 .197
RP Josh Reagan South Carolina 0.38 1-0 0 7 24 10 22 2 .125
RP Mike Morrison Coastal Carolina 0.68 3-0 0 4 26.2 12 36 11 .141
UT Adam Haseley Virginia 1.42 6-0 0 0 31.2 22 25 9 .191

Second Team

Pos. Player School AVG OBP SLG R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
C Logan Ice Oregon State .373 .490 .760 21 28 6 4 5 24 1
1B Peter Alonso Florida .375 .473 .635 26 39 9 0 6 33 2
2B Nick Solak Louisville .455 .564 .623 28 35 8 1 1 15 7
3B Elliott Barzilli Texas Christian .455 .508 .743 27 46 8 3 5 29 6
SS Charles LeBlanc Pittsburgh .436 .514 .553 25 41 6 1 1 29 4
OF Anfernee Grier Auburn .442 .535 .692 40 53 7 1 7 24 14
OF Keston Hiura UC Irvine .417 .508 .729 24 40 5 2 7 28 5
OF Corey Ray Louisville .342 .403 .658 32 41 9 1 9 36 26
DH Colton Shaver BYU .450 .537 .810 30 45 13 1 7 37 1
UT Luken Baker Texas Christian .347 .462 .520 23 34 8 0 3 31 0

 

Pos. Player School ERA W-L CG SV IP H SO BB BAA
SP Kevin Hill South Alabama 1.84 6-1 2 0 53.2 40 61 11 .202
SP Alex Faedo Florida 2.53 6-0 0 0 42.2 29 60 7 .187
SP Michael Rucker BYU 2.14 6-0 1 0 46.1 30 50 11 .188
SP Griffin Jax Air Force 1.14 5-1 1 0 47.1 30 49 10 .174
SP Jimmy Lambert Fresno State 1.61 6-0 1 0 50.1 43 39 4 .226
RP Bryan Young Missouri State 0.56 1-1 0 8 16 8 21 7 .154
RP Thomas Hackimer St. John’s 0.38 3-0 0 3 23.2 9 30 9 .120
UT Luken Baker Texas Christian 1.54 2-1 0 0 35 28 28 10 .217

I have covered Mississippi State in some capacity since 2004 and joined the Daily Journal staff in 2013. I enjoy short walks on the beach, performing concerts in my car and watching professional wrestling.

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