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Extractions: Go Back To Overview Robin Mark Ventura B: 7/14/1967 in Santa Maria, CA Playing for the White Sox, Mets, Yankees and Dodgers, Robin was a smooth fielding third baseman that could hit for power. He became only the fifth third baseman to hit at least 250 home runs and win at least five Gold Glove Awards (he won six in all). He ranks in most top ten offensive and defensive career categories for third basemen, and statistician Bill James rated him the outstanding third baseman of the 1990’s. In 2006, Ventura was inducted into the initial class of the College Baseball Hall of Fame, having earned three All-American honors at Oklahoma State. AB R H HR RBI AVG
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article's tone or style may not be appropriate for Wikipedia . Specific concerns may be found on the talk page . See Wikipedia's guide to writing better articles for suggestions. (February 2009) Robin Ventura Third baseman Born: July 14, 1967 Santa Maria, California Batted: Left Threw: MLB debut Last MLB appearance Career statistics Batting average Home runs Runs batted in Teams Career highlights and awards Robin Mark Ventura (pronounced /vɛnˈtɜrə/ ven- TURR ; born July 14, 1967 in Santa Maria, California ) is a former professional baseball player, a third baseman who played for four major league teams, most notably for the Chicago White Sox Move to New York ... After attending Righetti High School in Orcutt, California
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BASEBALL'S FORGOTTEN MAN! Tribute page to Robin Ventura with news, a day-to-day performance review, statistics, personal information, highs and lows in his career, and a photo gallery. http://www.angelfire.com/mi/BirdWatcher/
Extractions: With the White Sox, he was a hero... ...with the Mets, he was a star... ...with the Yankees, he was a leader... ...with the Dodgers, he was an enigma... Questions about Robin? Know of any new Robin-related news? Want or have more info about him? Just Email me . I have no official affiliation with Robin Ventura himself, any of the teams he's played for, or baseball in general; it's a non-commercial enterprise. This site is frequently updated, so check back occasionally for the latest developments.the siteboss. The photos above are from PureSportsArt.com, Allsport for MLB.com, Kathy Willens for the AP and Jill Weisleder for the Dodgers, respectively.
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Extractions: A native of Cotuit and graduate of Barnstable High School, former Boston Red Sox minor league pitcher Cal Burlingame played in the Cape Cod Baseball League for the Cotuit Kettleers, the old Barnstable Town Team and Yarmouth. Five times he was named a Cape league All-Star and was considered by many as the best player of his era. A pitcher and outfielder, Burlingame also played in the National Baseball Congress Tournament in Wichita, KS for Orleans and followed his stellar amateur and professional baseball career as an umpire in the Cape Cod Baseball League. Fred Ebbett's illustrious baseball career began in 1959 when he first came to Harwich High School as a teacher. For 22 years Ebbett coached the Harwich High School baseball team and in those 22 season his teams amassed an amazing 15 championships. Following his high school coaching career, Ebbett went on to manage the Harwich Mariners and later, he served as Commissioner of the Cape Cod Baseball League (1984-1996). Instrumental in returning the league to strict use of wooden bats in 1986, Ebbett is also enshrined in the Massachusetts Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame. Chuck Knoblauch was the Cape League batting champion in 1988 with a .361 average, following that all-star summer with the Outstanding Pro Prospect Award and a first round draft selection. The American League Rookie of the Year in 1991, Knoblauch was named to the American League All-Star team 4 times and was a Gold Glove Award winner in 1997. A four-time World Champion with the Minnesota Twins and New York Yankees, Knoblauch is now with the Kansas City Royals.
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search The Dick Howser Trophy , considered to be the Heisman Trophy of college baseball , is an award presented annually to the national college baseball player of the year, presented by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA). The award is named after Dick Howser , a collegiate and major-league player and manager, who managed the Florida State Seminoles New York Yankees and the World Series Champion Kansas City Royals . He died of cancer in 1987 at the age of 51. The award was created in . The winners from 1987 to 1998 were selected by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) In 1999, the NCBWA became the voting body and now presents the award together with the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce Year Player College Fiore, Mike Mike Fiore Miami (FL) Ventura, Robin Robin Ventura Oklahoma State Bryant, Scott Scott Bryant Texas Fernández, Alex Alex Fernández Miami-Dade Community College Rodriguez, Frank Frank Rodriguez Howard College Kieschnick, Brooks
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