In 25 innings over 7 appearances, including 4 starts, Walsh has only given up 1 earned run, 2 total runs, and has struck out 15. He has a 0.36 ERA, a .172 opponent's batting average, and a 1.04 WHIP. Those are outstanding stats in the best Collegiate Summer Baseball League in the country, and will likely boost his draft stock for next year. Fellow UGA baseball player Hunter Cole is Walsh's teammate with the Cotuit kettleers, and is hitting .244 with 1 homer and 6 RBI, and a .705 OPS while playing in the outfield. The Cape league is always tough on hitters transitioning to using a wood bat, so Cole's struggles aren't surprising.