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Indiana Baseball Breakdown: Logan Kaletha’s Plate Approach

Indiana baseball junior outfielder Logan Kaletha leads the team in home runs (7) and slugging percentage (.563) while serving as the Hoosier lead off hitter.

He doesn’t get his hands in a traditional power position at the plate, yet he’s still able to drive the ball out of the yard.

In addition to his power at the dish, he’s 2nd in the Big Ten in on base percentage (.490), third in walks (30) and fourth in all of the NCAA in hit by pitches (18).

The Hoosier Network’s Zain Pyarali talks with Kaletha about where his power comes from and his approach at the plate in this Indiana Baseball Breakdown.

I am a junior from Edwardsville, Illinois majoring in Sports Media. I formerly worked for the Indiana Daily Student for two years serving as the Sports Editor and beat reporters for Men’s Basketball, Men’s Soccer, Baseball and Field Hockey during my time with the student newspaper. Currently I am the Men’s Basketball beat reporter for IU Student Television while I also broadcast games for BTN Student U. Email me: and follow me on Twitter: @ZainPyarali

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