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Texte du rabat Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 40. Chapters: Miami Hurricanes baseball coaches, Miami Hurricanes baseball players, Jimmi... Lire la suite
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 40. Chapters: Miami Hurricanes baseball coaches, Miami Hurricanes baseball players, Jimmie Foxx, Ryan Braun, Danny Valencia, Pat Burrell, Aubrey Huff, Jason Michaels, Charles Johnson, Jim Morris, Skip Bertman, Danny Rios, Ron Fraser, Charlton Jimerson, Cesar Carrillo, Alex Cora, Brian Barton, Danny Graves, Jack Harding, F. P. Santangelo, Nelson Santovenia, Greg Vaughn, Yonder Alonso, Gaby Sanchez, John Fulgham, Jim Maler, Mike Fiore (baseball, born 1966), Mike Pagliarulo, Mike Armstrong, Ricky Orta, Ross Jones, Chris Perez, Alex Fernandez, Wayne Krenchicki, Eddie Dunn, Jay Tessmer, Bobby Hill, Jorge Fábregas, Ryan Karp, Orlando Palmeiro, Yasmani Grandal, Jim Burt, Jr., Neal Heaton, Perry Moss, Dave Berg, Mike Neu, Joe Grahe, Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field, Chris Howard, Dan Smith, Jon Jay, Tony Brewer, Orlando González, Gus Gandarillas, Scott Maine, Mike Metcalfe, Wade Taylor, Warren Bogle. Excerpt: Ryan Joseph Braun (born November 17, 1983, in Mission Hills, Los Angeles, California), nicknamed The Hebrew Hammer, is an American right-handed Major League Baseball All-Star left fielder with the Milwaukee Brewers. He played college baseball at the University of Miami. He won the National League Rookie of the Year Award in 2007, after leading the National League (NL) in slugging percentage. He also won the Sporting News NL Rookie of the Year, the Baseball America Rookie of the Year, the Baseball Prospectus Internet Baseball NL Rookie of the Year, and the Players Choice NL Most Outstanding Rookie Awards. Over the prior decade, the only other NL hitter to win all five awards was Albert Pujols, in 2001. Braun was a starting NL All Star outfielder in 2008 through 2010, won the 2008-10 NL Outfielder Silver Slugger Awards, and was the starting left fielder for the USA team in the 2009 World Baseball Classic. He also led the NL in hits for the 2009 season. Braun was named to the Sporting News' list of the 50 greatest current players in baseball, ranking No. 32 on the list in 2009 and No. 22 in 2010. Braun was a four-year letterman on the Granada Hills High School baseball team, and three-year team captain and MVP. He played shortstop, and until his junior year he also pitched. As a sophomore in 2000, he recorded the highest batting average of his prep career (.456), while posting a .654 on base percentage. During his junior year he hit .421, with a .668 OBP. Braun capped off his high school career by batting .451 as a senior, with an OBP of .675, and breaking the school record for career home runs (with 25). He was a two-time all-area selection by the Los Angeles Times, and a three-time choice by the Los Angeles Daily News. Braun was rated the sixth-best shortstop prospect in the country by Team One Baseball as a senior, and rated among the top 100 overall prospects by Baseball America. He graduated in 2002, but went undrafted as he told teams that he intended to go to co

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Titre: Miami Hurricanes baseball
Sous-titre: Miami Hurricanes baseball coaches, Miami Hurricanes baseball players, Jimmie Foxx, Ryan Braun, Danny Valencia, Pat Burrell, Aubrey Huff, Jason Michaels, Charles Johnson, Jim Morris, Skip Bertman, Danny Rios, Ron Fraser, Charlton Jimerson
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Code EAN: 9781156014806
ISBN: 978-1-156-01480-6
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Books LLC, Reference Series
Genre: Sport
nombre de pages: 40
Poids: 259g
Taille: H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Année: 2011

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