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Super Regional Predictions

Posted by cuorange on June 5, 2009

Predicted winners in green.  Updated to included SoS and Home Field advantage where applicable.

Austin, Texas

Team Fielding ERA Batting Avg Slugging
Texas 5 2 206 228
Texas Christian 70 16 94 50

Gainesville, Florida

Team Fielding ERA Batting Avg Slugging
Florida 105 18 107 136
Southern Miss 117 73 116 113

Tempe, Arizona

Team Fielding ERA Batting Avg Slugging
Arizona State 65 1 130 52
Clemson 84 5 131 137

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Team Fielding ERA Batting Avg Slugging
North Carolina 53 6 118 88
East Carolina 48 11 13 11

Fullerton, California

Team Fielding ERA Batting Avg Slugging
CS – Fullerton 13 4 33 79
Louisville 58 17 106 61

Tallahassee, Florida

Team Fielding ERA Batting Avg Slugging
Florida State 156 40 48 16
Arkansas 69 41 263 156

Oxford, Mississippi

Team Fielding ERA Batting Avg Slugging
Mississippi 29 15 82 130
Virginia 24 3 23 60

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Team Fielding ERA Batting Avg Slugging
Louisiana State 18 9 80 40
Rice 40 14 52 63
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4 Responses to “Super Regional Predictions”

  1. Taking the home field in every case, huh? I’d argue that Virginia would be the most likely to buck that trend. I’m also torn, thinking that Clemson could actually pull the pseudo-upset.

  2. cuorange said

    The home teams won 13 of 16 regionals and the home team has a distinct advantage. That said, some of these were extremely close. The home field actually made the difference in 3 of these (North Carolina, Florida State and Mississippi).

  3. Agreed with UNC/FSU/and Ole Miss. I think the same could be said about LSU. I guess my point is you went with the home field in ALL of them.

    Oh, and since I forgot it in my first post, good luck this weekend.

  4. cuorange said

    Thanks, I think the Tigers are a long shot. The one advantage they had last weekend was pitching. Not the case this week.

    The LSU-Rice series is one of the close ones I was talking about. Very close.

    This was a purely mathmatical equation, no human emotion went into it.

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