In this day and age of college baseball players transfering schools like they're changing underwear, ASU has become the poster boy program for 4-year transfers. Call it the Turtle Thomas influence.
While North Carolina transfer Matt Spencer (.407-4-24) and Texas pitcher Joey Parigi (2-1, 2 saves) have flourished at ASU, there are others that haven't:
The Michigan State transfer was the Big 10 Freshman of the Year in '05. He hit .319 for ASU last year, starting 37 games. But this year he's hit .444, but had only two starts and 27 at-bats.
Came to ASU for the Spring Semester after spending last year at CF for LSU. After a decent start, Bogany is now hitting just .182. He started 12 games early on, but with this potent lineup, if you don't hit in the .300-.420 range, you're on the pine.
After going 10-2/2.62 at Villinova, he's only pitched 7.0 innings at ASU in four appearences.
This guy wins the "most transfers" award, hands down. He started at Notre Dame, then went to LSU and now is at ASU. But he gets double karma, having not pitched at all this year, and probably going to redshirt.