After Regional play, Ginkel's ERA is down to 2.82, and he boasts a 4-1 record.
The second half of the season has really bolstered Ginkel's resume this year. He attributes his late success to a slight mechanics change made to his lower half.
That was on full display in a midweek game against Arizona State. The junior was able to take a perfect game into the 7th inning, and finished a complete game allowing just two hits on the night.
Most recently, Ginkel pitched Arizona into the Super Regional round, taking the ball in the deciding day of the Lafayette Regional not once, but twice in the final two games.
His obvious strength is his velocity, having touched 99 MPH on the radar gun in Arizona's practices, and 98 in game situations. If he's able to develop control of his offspeed stuff, Ginkel could be a deadly weapon down the road for the Diamondbacks.