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Mark Loretta AS-2AW-7

+ Played in Major Leagues 1995-2009
Positions: 2B-838, SS-726, 3B-240, 1B-214, DH-18, P-2, LF-1
Proper Name: Mark David Loretta
Born: August 14, 1971 (43.166) in Santa Monica, California
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 190 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: St. Francis (La Canada,CA)
College: Northwestern University
Drafted: 1993 -- 7th round (207th overall) by Milwaukee Brewers (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:September 4,1995 (24.021)
TBC Player ID:1217
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Recent Contract:Signed to 1-year contract for 2009-2009 ($1.25m) by Los Angeles Dodgers.
Organizations:MIL, HOU, SDN, BOS, LAN
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  • Awards for Mark Loretta
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    1993NCAA1st Team College All-AmericanSSAward History
    1993NCAABig Ten Conference All-Conference TeamSSAward History
    1993NCAABig Ten Conference Player of the Year Award History
    1995INDYAmerican Association All-StarSSAward History
    2003TEAMSan Diego Padres Player of the Year Award History
    2004MLBBaseball America First-Team Major League All-Star2BAward History
    2004MLBNL Silver Slugger Award2BAward History

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    MLB.Com   -  Mark Loretta @ Razzball


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