Hartman, a senior hurler from Anaheim, Calif., had a momentous season in which he led the NAIA with a 0.64 ERA for Tennessee Wesleyan. In 98 innings, he only allowed 62 hits for a .176 opponents' batting average and was equally as stingy with free passes by only issuing 12 walks on the year. Hartman had a 10-1 record on the season with his only loss coming during a gutsy performance when he came to the mound in relief in an effort to keep the Bulldogs alive in the NAIA World Series. Hartman earned his numbers by pitching against some of the top teams in the nation as he faced Auburn-Montgomery, Georgia Gwinnett, Bryan, St. Thomas, Northwestern Ohio, Sterling and Faulkner – all team which finished the year in the Top 25.
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