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Onorati Among Toughest To Strike Out In Country

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Manhattan College senior Mark Onorati (Amsterdam '08) doesn't strike out a lot. In fact, the Manhattan lead-off batter has struck out only three times in 119 at-bats this season. Nationally speaking, the former Amsterdam Mohawk sits fourth among all NCAA Division I players in the statistical category simply titled "Toughest To Strike Out." Onorati's three strikeouts in 119 at-bats averages out to a strikeout in every 39.7 at-bats. Only three other players in the country have fanned at a lesser rate than the Manhattan senior.

Not only is Onorati among the toughest to strike out, he is also fourth nationally-ranked in runs per game. With 39 runstallied over 30 games, the Jasper center fielder is averaging 1.30 runs per contest.

Heading into the final weeks of April, the Williston Park, N.Y., native has helped his Manhattan club to an 18-12 overall record and most importantly, a 12-0 record in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. Through 30 games, Mark is batting .345 and he has 41 hits, 13 doubles, eight stolen bases, a .443 on-base percentage and he has been hit by a pitch 14 times.

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The Manhattan College center fielder was a member of the Amsterdam Mohawks during the summer of 2008. Onorati was named the 2008 New York Collegiate Baseball League Player of the Year. He topped the circuit with 38 runs scored and 32 runs batted in. Onorati finished second in the league with seven home runs and 77 total bases. The Amsterdam outfielder helped lead his team to a second place finish in the Eastern Division behind Glens Falls and to the franchise's first appearance in the divisional finals since 2005.



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