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Florida State Baseball MLB Update: Week 24

The final edition of a look around the MLB at the performances of former Florida State Baseball players.

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The final week of the season has finally come and gone, leading to the postseason. Four of the six former Seminoles in the MLB will be participating in October, hoping to earn that elusive world series championship. Here's the full rundown from the last week of the season:

Randy Choate RP St. Louis Cardinals:

Choate pitched 1/3 of an inning this past week, allowing one earned run after facing two batters. Choate had not given up a single run in September.

2015 stat line: 71 G 27 1/3 IP 2.95 ERA 1 S 22 K 1.24 WHIP

Shane Robinson OF Minnesota Twins:

Robinson went 1-5 in his last week of 2015, only appearing in one game. Robinson had career highs in hits (45) and at-bats (180) this year.

2015 stat line: 83 G .250 AVG 0 HR 16 RBI .299 OBP .322 SLG

Stephen Drew 2B New York Yankees:

Drew had been out with an injury, and did not play this past week due to a vestibular concussion. On the bright side, he finished the season batting over .200.

2015 stat line: 131 G .201 17 HR 44 RBI .271 OBP .381 SLG

Sean Gilmartin RP New York Mets:

Gilmartin pitched extensively this past week, throwing six innings, giving up two runs and four hits. He also got his first career start. In his rookie season, Gillmartin will be able to celebrate with a trip to the postseason.

2015 stat line: 50 G 57 1/3 IP 2.67 ERA 54 K 1.19 WHIP

Buster Posey C San Francisco Giants:

Posey ended the season on a slump, going 5-25 with a double and an RBI. Posey played the most games this year (150) than he ever has, and set a career high in at bats (557).

2015 stat line: 150 G .318 AVG 19 HR 95 RBI .379 OBP .470 SLG

Devon Travis 2B Toronto Blue Jays:

Despite missing the remaining of the season due to injury, Travis had a very successful rookie year in the majors.

2015 stat line: 62 G .304 AVG 8 HR 35 RBI .361 OBP .498 SLG

Thank you all for joining us this season, although baseball season has officially come to a close, it is not too early to begin counting down to the first FSU baseball game in February.