We are two weeks into the season, and once again it looks like West Virginia is the team to watch for breakout performers. The offense currently has four regulars with an .800 OPS or better. Other guys on the roster have potential and talent, but don't have the numbers yet. It's still early in the season, so some of those numbers could come up in a hurry.
I've talked about the basic numbers a lot in the early part of the season for a lot of the top performers. But digging deeper into the numbers tells a different story. It shows how impressive Stetson Allie's start really is, or how Max Moroff is more promising than his triple slash line, or just how there's some good and bad to the .254 average and .742 OPS from Josh Bell so far. So let's break down some of those top performers, going ...
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