2011 College World Series: Top 10 Pitchers in the College World Series

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2011 College World Series: Top 10 Pitchers in the College World Series
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With the spacious outfields of TD Ameritrade Park and the new toned-down bats in college baseball, it has never been a better time to be a pitcher at the College World Series.

Long gone are the days of "gorilla ball" where all nine hitters in the lineup had a legitimate chance of hitting a home run at any time.

Case in point, the final score of the 1998 College World Series series championship game between USC and Arizona State was 21-14.

Now, you are more likely to see a 2-1 pitcher's duel.

This year's field certainly has the pitchers to do that. I can't remember a year where there has been more pitching talent in Omaha.

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