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Tyler Leavitt doesn’t leave a lot of room for questions or misinterpretation.
Crafty on the mound, candid in person, and, record-wise, nearly perfect as a starting pitcher, the University of Southern Maine sophomore is quietly stockpiling wins and clean innings again this season.
The North Andover High graduate had a remarkable high school career, posting a career 17-0 career record and 1.50 earned run average. As a 6-foot-2, 170-pound southpaw without dynamite speed, however, Division 1 or 2 baseball programs did not come calling. But he has been a very good fit at perennial Division 3 power Southern Maine, which is 14-6 after last year’s run to the College World Series.
Leavitt is the team’s top starter, standing at 4-1 with a 2.48 ERA and leading the team in innings pitched at 29.0.