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Gamecocks in MLB Weekly Update

Just one former Gamecock is still playing in the postseason

MLB: New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

Jordan Montgomery is the lone former Gamecock still playing in the MLB postseason - best of luck to him! Here’s this week’s look at how he’s doing and how all the rest of USC’s major leaguers finished up this season:

Jackie Bradley Jr. - Boston Red Sox
In 55 games, had a batting average of .283, with 54 hits, 7 home runs, and 22 RBI
Batting average ⬆️ since last week, team did not make postseason

Wil Crowe - Washington Nationals
In 3 starts, pitched 8.1 innings with an ERA of 11.88
ERA same as last week, team did not make postseason

Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
In 60 games, had a batting average of .282, with 70 hits, 9 home runs, and 30 RBI
Batting average ⬇️ since last week, team did not make postseason

Jordan Montgomery - New York Yankees
In 10 regular season starts, pitched 44 innings with an ERA of 5.11
In 1 postseaon start, has pitched 4 innings with an ERA of 2.25
Team is in the postseason

Christian Walker - Arizona Diamondbacks
In 57 games, had a batting average of .271, with 59 hits, 7 home runs, and 34 RBI
Batting average ⬇️ since last week, team did not make postseason

Tyler Webb - St. Louis Cardinals
In 21 regular season appearances, pitched 21.2 innings with an ERA of 2.08
In 1 postseason appearance, pitched 0.2 innings with an ERA of 13.50
Team eliminated from postseason

Taylor Widener - Arizona Diamondbacks
In 12 appearances, pitched 20 innings with an ERA of 4.50
Team did not make postseason