Arizona State baseball fans knew when they were watching Brady Rodgers and Trevor Williams they were watching two of the best pitchers in the country. Rodgers and Williams dominated hitters all season and the two right-handers formed one of the best pitching duos in the country.
It was recently announced that both Rodgers and Williams earned more All-American honors, click the jump to find out witch publication named the Sun Devils to their All-American team.
Both Brady Rodgers and Trevor Williams were named honorable mention All-American by CollegeBaseballInsider.com, the website announced Friday.
Rodgers and Williams anchored an ASU pitching staff that finished the regular season in the top 10 nationally in both walks allowed per nine innings and WHIP.
Rodgers walked just 36 batters in three seasons at Arizona State, and finished 2012 with a record of 10-3 and an ERA of 2.27. Rodgers finished his ASU career with an ERA of 2.39 in 286 innings pitched. His career ERA is second best in school history, just behind Floyd Bannister, who had an ERA of 1.88.
Sophomore Trevor Williams finished 2012 with an ERA of 2.05 and led the Pac-12 with 12 victories. No pitcher in the country had more wins that Williams in 2012, and Williams pitched 40 1/3 consecutive innings in 2012 without walking a batter.
Rodgers and Williams were both named All-Americans by Louisville Slugger and the NCBWA. Both Rodgers and Williams were selected to the College Baseball Hall of Fame Pitcher of the Year Watch List.
Brady Rodgers has started his pro career with the Houston Astros after the team took him with the first pick of the 2012 MLB Amateur Draft. Trevor Williams will wear maroon and gold next year as he will return for his junior season. This summer, Williams is playing for the Team USA Collegiate National Team.