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2019 Record: 41-20.
Coach (Record at school): Gino DiMare (41-20 in one season)
Ballpark: Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field (5,000).
Postseason History: 46 regionals (active streak: 2), 25 CWS trips (last in 2016), 4 National Titles (2001).
More: Fall Report on Miami
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Miami's Projected Lineup
|C||Adrian Del Castillo, So.||.331/.418/.576||12||72||3|
|1B||Alex Toral, Jr.||.293/.400/.656||24||67||1|
|2B||Anthony Vilar, So.||.291/.416/.414||5||39||0|
|3B||Ryamond Gil, Jr.||.318/.396/.565||13||44||1|
|SS||Freddy Zamora, Jr.||.296/.393/.447||6||46||13|
|LF||Jordan Lala, So.||.276/.446/.386||4||18||28|
|CF||Tony Jenkins, Jr.||.268/.392/.330||0||12||9|
|RF||Gabe Rivera, Jr.||.290/.374/.590||7||31||6|
|DH||JP Gates, So.||.340/.371/.510||4||31||0|
|SP #1||Brian Van Belle, R-Sr.||10-2||3.30||95.1||84||24||0|
|SP #2||Chris McMahon, Jr.||3-2||3.73||60.1||67||23||0|
|SP #3||Slade Cecconi, So.||5-4||4.16||80||89||18||0|
|Closer||Daniel Federman, Jr.||3-5||3.51||48.2||60||19||7|
Grading The Hurricanes
Just as scouts grade prospects using the 20-80 scouting scale, we use a 20-80 scale to evaluate teams in our top 25. A score of 50 in each category is average, relative to a typical NCAA tournament team; 55 is slightly above-average; 60 is above-average (plus); 70 is well above-average (plus-plus); 80 is top of the scale, historically strong. Accordingly, 45 is fringe-average or slightly below-average; 40 is below-average; 30 is well below-average; and 20 is the extreme in that direction.
Check out our full team breakdown below!