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Arizona Wildcats in Major League Baseball: How Are They Doing?

Published by on August 9, 2011

Getting into the Majors is very hard to do. Some fans may think that most of their good ole Arizona Wildcat players are just going to go there in a matter of years.  So far there are only five former Wildcats playing in the majors, seven if you want to count the two injured players.

Those five players consist of one starter, one reliever, one closer, a reserve outfielder and a second baseman that just got back from injury. Two of them are on the same team. One of them is in playoff position. Another plays for Canada’s team and the other plays for the worst team in baseball.

Here’s an update on how they’re doing.  

On the injured players, one of them is outfielder Trevor Crowe, who hasn’t played this year but stole 20 bases in 2010. The other injured player is catcher Nick Hundley, who had a good start to the season but went on a slump that ended in an injury. In 45 games, Hundley has hit .222 with three home runs and 15 runs batted in.

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