Grandal, Bettis, Wright all shine
As the debates rage on over who will be the first college pitcher drafted -- Drew Pomeranz, Deck McGuire and Chris Sale all figure into the conversation -- and which bat behind Bryce Harper will be the first in the college ranks taken off the board, the conference tournaments roll on.
Chad Bettis, RHP, Texas Tech
Bettis made his first start in weeks and made it count versus Texas, striking out 10 over 7.1 innings. He allowed seven hits and an earned run, but did not walk a batter and induced eight groundouts. Longhorns catcher Cameron Rupp had three singles in four trips to the plate.
Cody Wheeler, LHP, Coastal Carolina
Wheeler ran up his pitch count, walked four and allowed five earned runs on seven hits Thursday before leaving with one out in the fifth inning. The left-hander threw 91 pitches to 25 batters in one of his weakest outings of the year, but is still considered a second-day pick.
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