11 Greg Baggett
11 Greg Baggett
Height: 6-3
Weight: 230
Year: Sr.
Hometown: East Bridgewater, Mass.
High School: East Bridgewater
Position: C
Bats/Throws: R/R

Senior catcher from East Bridgewater, Mass. ... bats right and throws right ... played with both the Braintree White Sox (Cranberry League) and the Oneonta Outlaws (NYCBL) … helped the Outlaws to the league championship and earned All-Star honors … 2011:  after limited action during his first two seasons, had a breakout season as a junior, starting 43 games (24 C, 16 DH, 3 LF) … hit .269 and slugged .500 with 11 doubles, a triple, eight homers and 28 RBI … lead team in slugging, total bases (80), walks (21) and on base percentage (.362) … .291 average in NE-10 games … had team-high 10 2-out RBI … homered twice (including a grand slam), drove in five runs and had 10 total bases at Saint Anselm May 3 in an 11-10 win … four hits and four RBI in second game of doubleheader Apr. 3 at Pace … tied for second in NE-10 in HR/game and third in total home runs … Northeast-10 Weekly Honor Roll Apr.4 … 2010: did not see any game action ... 2009: appeared in five games as a freshman with four starts (one behind the plate, three at DH) ... was hitless in 13 at bats ... Personal: 2008 graduate of East Bridgewater High School where he amassed 11 varsity letters (four in baseball and football and three in basketball) ... helped EBHS to the 2007 South Shore League championship, and was also a member of the 2006 AAU national champions ... team captain in baseball as a senior ... four-time SSL all-star in baseball ... also earned All-League honors and the team’s Defensive MVP award in football ... was the Offensive MVP in the 2006 AAU national tournament ... Cranberry League All-Star ... National Honor Society member who graduated sixth in his class ... is majoring in economics-finance with a minor in computer information systems ... age as of Feb. 1: 21.

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