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#21 Jacob Lindgren
Position: LHP
Bats: R
Throws: L
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 203
Year: Junior
Hometown: Bay St. Louis, MS
High School: St. Stanislaus HS
Experience: 2 Letters
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CAREER: 2014 All-American • 2014 All-SEC First Team member as voted on by the league coaches • One of three Bulldog pitchers (Paul Maholm, Chris Stratton) since 2000 to record 100 strikeouts in one season (100 in 2014) • Drafted 55th overall by the New York Yankees in the second round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft • Went 12-6 in his three-year career with a 2.64 ERA • Struck out 189 career batters and left school as ninth among active NCAA players in career strikeouts per nine innings (12.18).

2014: Named a first-team All-American by Baseball America and Perfect Game as well as a second team All-American by the NCBWA • Voted First-Team All-SEC by the league’s 14 head coaches • Led the country with 16.3 strikeouts per nine innings • Finished first in the country among all relievers with 100 strikeouts, which ranked third overall in the SEC • The only non-starting pitcher to finish in the top 10 in strikeouts in the conference • His 0.88 ERA placed third in school history for a single season • Went 6-1 with a team-low a .124 opponent batting average • Candidate for the NCBWA Stopper of the Year Award, given to the top relief pitcher in college baseball • Semifinalist for the Gregg Olson Award, presented annually to college baseball’s breakout player of the year • Finalist for the C Spire Ferriss Trophy, given to the top collegiate baseball player in Mississippi • Finished second in the country in groundball ratio among pitchers with 50-plus innings of work • In SEC games only, ranked first in the conference in ERA (0.55), opponent batting average (.114), fewest hits allowed (13), fewest runs allowed (4) and fewest earned runs allowed (2) • Finished the season having not allowed an earned run in 25.2-consecutive innings • Struck out seven and allowed just one unearned one June 2 against No. 1 Louisiana-Lafayette in the NCAA Lafayette Regional • Earned his sixth win of the season with six strikeouts in four hitless innings in the May 21 run-rule 12-0 SEC Tournament victory vs. No. 6 South Carolina • Tossed 1.1 scoreless stanzas May 17 at No. 19 Alabama • Picked up his fifth win of the season with 1.2 shutout innings in the 9-4 series-opening win May 15 at Alabama • Tied career highs as a reliever with eight strikeouts in a season-long 5.1 shutout innings of work May 11 in the 4-3 12-inning win vs. Tennessee, improving to 4-1 on the season • Registered his fourth hold of the season with a hitless sixth inning at Auburn May 4 • Tallied his third hold of the season in the May 2 win at Auburn, striking out six in 2.2 frames of relief without a hit • Pitched 2.2 hitless innings April 26 vs. Texas A&M, fanning seven batters • Notched his third save of the season with a strikeout to one batter faced in a 9-7 11-inning win April 20 at Missouri • Struck out seven in three innings of relief April 18 in the 3-2 win at Missouri • Fanned five batters in two innings April 8 in the 4-3 win vs. Southern Miss • Recorded two shutout innings at No. 9 LSU April 5 • Picked up the win March 30 vs. Arkansas with 4.0 shutout stanzas, recording a career high in strikeouts in relief (8), including a stretch where he retired 12-straight batters • Struck out three in 1.2 innings of relief vs. No. 3 Vanderbilt March 23 • Registered his second win of the year in game two of a doubleheader sweep at Georgia March 15, striking out four in three shutout innings of one-hit ball • Earned the save March 9 at Arizona with a season-high tying six strikeouts in 2.1 innings out of the bullpen • Notched his first save of the year with 1.2 shutout innings March 5 in the 3-0 win vs. South Alabama • Picked up his first win of the season with three strikeouts in 1.2 innings March 1 vs. Eastern Illinois • Named a Top-10 SEC prospect for the 2014 MLB Draft by Baseball America • Named the 73rd-best junior in America by Perfect Game • Top-250 prospect for the 2014 MLB Draft according to Perfect Game • Struck out all four batters faced to earn a hold Feb. 19 vs. Memphis • Fanned a season-high six batters Feb. 23 vs. Holy Cross in 3.1 hitless innings • Member of the 2014 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll.

2013: Named a Top-250 prospect for the 2014 MLB Draft by Perfect Game • Started 14 games on the rubber, going 4-3 with a 4.18 ERA in 56.0 innings of work • Registered a 65-18 K/BB ratio • Mississippi State went 10-4 when Lindgren started, the second-best record by any starter on the year • The Bulldogs’ Friday night starter from Opening Day Feb. 15 until March 22 • Started off the season 2-0 in his first four starts with a microscopic 0.96 ERA • Earned a quality start with six innings of one-run ball in his first victory of the year vs. Portland Feb. 15 • Returned the following Friday vs. Purdue and struck out six in a no decision, surrendering one run in a 3-2 victory • Recorded the second quality start of his sophomore campaign March 1 in a 10-0 win vs. Saint Joseph’s, fanning a team season high and career-high 13 batters en route to a one-hit performance in seven innings • Picked up his third win of the season with one earned run allowed in 5.1 innings of work at Texas A&M • Lowered his ERA to 2.54 April 20 at home vs. Auburn, moving to 4-1 with a career-long eight shutout innings to go along with 11 strikeouts • Wrapped up the regular season with 4.1 innings of one-run ball in a no decision vs. No. 12 South Carolina, a game which the Bulldogs eventually won, 4-2 • Member of the 2013 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll • Played for the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod League in summer ball.

2012: Rookie southpaw who pitched in 14 games, climbing to starting status in two postseason games • Went 2-2 with a save and compiled a 3.18 ERA with 24 strikeouts in 28.1 innings pitched • Struck out the lone batter he faced in his collegiate debut against Mississippi Valley State Feb. 25 • Earned a win in his first career decision, retiring the four batters he faced in a 10-6 win against Penn State March 7 • Picked up a save with two scoreless innings of relief against Mississippi Valley State May 8 • Pitched a season-longest 5.1 innings in relief and earned the win in State’s home finale against Kentucky May 19 • Honored as the SEC Freshman of the Week May 20 after scattering three singles and striking out a season-high seven UK batters • Went 1-2 with a 3.55 ERA in six SEC relief appearances • Losses came against Vanderbilt April 7 and at Florida May 13 • Struck out 14 in 12.2 innings • Among seven Bulldogs on the 2012 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll • Played summer league baseball with the Texas Collegiate League-champion East Texas Pump Jacks.

HIGH SCHOOL: Multi-sport standout and first-team all-state pitcher at St. Stanislaus High School • Coached by Mark Logan • Compiled an 8-0 record with a 1.09 ERA en route to Mississippi Association of Coaches All-State and Sun Herald All-Coast Team honors • Piled up 128 strikeouts in 64.0 innings pitched • Also hit .470 with 17 RBIs and five home runs • Registered a 20-strikeout, seven-inning game • Helped guide the Rockachaws to the 2010 4A state championship as a junior, posting a 6-2 record with a staff-leading 1.45 ERA • Tallied 69 strikeouts in 43.1 innings while holding opposing hitters to a .141 batting average • Also starred at the plate with a .407 batting average that included 33 hits, 12 extra-base hits, 30 RBIs and a .501 on-base percentage • Tabbed for second-team all-state and all-district honors as a junior • Lettered four years in football, playing on St. Stanislaus’ 2009 4A state championship team • Played summer league baseball with Marucci Elite, coached by Chad Raley • Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the SSHS Alpha Honor Roll.

DRAFT HISTORY: Chosen by the Chicago Cubs in the 12th round of Major League Baseball’s 2011 First-Year Player Draft • Chosen by the New York Yankees in the second round of the 2014 MLB Draft.

PERSONAL: Member of the Bench Mobb (Second B is silent) • Born Jacob Stephen Lindgren on March 12, 1993 in Biloxi, Miss. • Son of Jacqueline and Stephen Lindgren of Bay St. Louis, Miss. • Majoring in business administration.

 

JACOB LINDGREN’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS

YEAR        ERA          W-L        GP     GS-CG  SH      SV           IP        H          R-ER      BB     SO             2B      3B    HR             WP       HB
2012             3.18            2-2          14         2-0         0         1       28.1      31          10-10          7      24                2         0        1                  1           2
2013             4.18            4-3          14       14-0        2         0       56.0      52          32-26       18      65                6         0        2                  2           7
2014             0.81            6-1          26         0-0         3         3       55.1      23             9-5          25   100                0         1        0               18           8
Career         2.64          12-6         54       16-0        5         4     139.2    106          51-41       50   189                8         1        3               21         17

 

JACOB LINDGREN’S SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE STATISTICS

YEAR        ERA          W-L        GP     GS-CG  SH      SV           IP        H          R-ER      BB     SO             2B      3B    HR             WP       HB
2012             3.55            1-2            6         0-0         0         0       12.2      13             5-5            2      14                1         0        1                  1           0
2013             5.20            2-2            9         9-0         1         0       36.1      40          34-21       13      41                3         0        2                  2           4
2014             0.55            4-0          15         0-0         1         1       33.0      13             4-2          14      58                0         1        0               12           5
Career         3.07            7-4          30         9-0         2         1       82.0      66          43-28       29   113                4         1        3               15           9

 

CAREER HIGHS
Innings Pitched-Starter:                                                                                 8.0 vs. Auburn, 4/20/13
Innings Pitched-Reliever:                                                         5.1, 2x, last vs. Tennessee, 5/11/14
Strikeouts-Starter:                                                                                  13 vs. Saint Joseph’s, 3/1/13
Strikeouts-Reliever:                                                                       8, 2x, last vs. Tennessee, 5/11/14
Walks-Starter:                                                                                                    4 at Kentucky, 3/22/13
Walks-Reliever:                                                                             4 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 6/2/14
Hits Allowed-Starter:                                                                                          8 vs. Samford, 6/3/12
Hits Allowed-Reliever:                                                                         4 at South Carolina, 4/15/12
Runs Allowed-Starter:                                                                                 6 vs. Vanderbilt, 5/25/13
Runs Allowed-Reliever:                                                             2, 3x, last vs. Vanderbilt, 3/23/14
Earned Runs Allowed-Starter:                                                                    5 at Vanderbilt, 4/28/13
Earned Runs Allowed-Reliever:                                     2, 2x, last vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/7/14

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