Tyson Seng (Righty) made seven relief appearances last season as a freshman not allowing an earned run in the first five. He also spends time at second and third base as well as short stop. Seng batted .320 in conference play last season.
Chase Anderson (Righty) earned five wins on the mound last season as a sophomore alternating between relief and starting appearances.
Antwonie Hubbard (Righty) made 10 relief appearances last season only allowing 5 runs. He also started three games and earned a win in one of those. Last summer he played for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots of the Alaska Baseball League where he was named the league’s fourth best professional prospect.
Jeremy Erben (Righty) started both the season and Big 12 openers for the Sooners last year. In between those two starts he allowed just six runs in seventeen innings of relief pitching. Opposing batters only hit .247 off him in conference play.
Andrew Doyle (Righty) led the team in wins with 9 and was named to the Big 12 All Tournament Team after a complete game performance in OU’s win over Texas A&M. He also led the team in strikeouts with 72.
Mehdi Djebbar (Lefty) is a JUCO transfer from Seminole State College where he played his freshman and sophomore seasons. In 2008 he finished with a 3-5 record, punching out 18 batters in just 39 innings of work. He was limited last season due to injury.
Ryan Duke (Righty) started 10 games as a freshman last season and earned a 5-2 record as a starter. Before earning a starting spot he was one of
’s best relief pitchers. Duke threw 35 innings of relief and earned 2 more wins. Oklahoma
Kaleb Herren (Righty) is another JUCO transfer. He comes to
Oklahomafrom where he compiled a 6-2 record with 46 strikeouts. Also spending time in the outfield Herren hit .418 last season with 15 homeruns and 56 RBIs. North Central Texas College
Kennedy Winn (Lefty) comes to
Oklahomafrom where he was pitcher of the year in 2008. He has the prospect of playing either from the mound or in the outfield where he played all three positions. Chickasha High School
Jason Chowning (Righty) was named to the NJCAA All-Star Game last year after struck out 58 batters and posted a 3.46 ERA.
Garrett Richards (Righty) made 17 relief appearances last year for the Sooners. His lone start last season was a win where he struck out seven batters against
J.R. Robinson (Lefty) led the nation in ERA with 0.83. He was also tops in the nation in opponent batting average (.165) and hits allowed per nine innings (5.23) while at
. He finished the season with a 10-1 record and should make a strong push as one of New Mexico Junior College ’s starters this year. Oklahoma
Michael Whitney (Righty) played in 10 games last year at
as a freshman. He went 6-1 while striking out 51 batters and posting a 2.51 ERA. Navarro Junior College
Levi Rhoades (Righty) appeared in 18 games last season for Western Oklahoma State College. He only threw 23 innings for the season but struck out 21 batters and posted a 2-0 record in the process.
C.J. Blue (Lefty) ranked 3rd on the team last season with six wins as one of
’s mid-week starters. Oklahoma
Jarrett Semler (Righty) led
with 24 appearances last season. He posted a 2-1 record and punched out 25 batters. Cypress College
Stephen Porlier (Righty) was supposed to be
’s ace last season but set the season out with a torn labrum in his throwing shoulder. He received a medical hardship and if he returns at full strength in `09 it will boost OU staff to another level. Oklahoma
Michael Rocha (Righty) won four games for the Sooners last year and was named the Big 12’s Pitcher of the Week after his shutout win against