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St. Mary's High School

+ Phoenix, Arizona
Nickname: Knights
Located: Phoenix, Arizona
Drafted Players: 5
Major Leaguers: 5
Minor Leaguers: 2
Total Players: 9
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Rankings: None
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Active Players on Pro Rosters

Andre Ethier (DL-60), Brian Matusz (DL-7)

Major Leaguers (5)

Andre Ethier, Nick Evans, Terry Kennedy, Brian Matusz, Alan Wirth
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    Player NamePosHigh LevelHtWtB-TBornPlaceDraftedCollege(s)Current TeamStatus
    Jason BondPA+5-11175L-LSEA: 1996-17-507Arizona State University N/AN/A
    Andre EthierCF-RFMLB6-3200L-LOAK: 2003-2-62Arizona State University
    Chandler-Gilbert Community College
    Los Angeles Dodgers60-day DL
    Nick Evans1B-3BMLB6-2180R-RNYN: 2004-5-134  Free Agent
    Bob KennedyP6-5210R-RSLN: 1971-7-104Mesa Community College N/AN/A
    Terry KennedyCMLB6-4230L-RSLN: 1977-1-6Florida State University N/AN/A
    Brian MatuszPMLB6-4200L-LBAL: 2008-1-4University of San Diego Iowa (AAA) >> Chicago Cubs7-day DL
    Jeffery TiptonCA+6-0190R-R-University of San Diego N/AN/A
    Alan WirthPMLB6-4190R-RSFN: 1974-3-67  N/AN/A
    Duane WirthP0-1953-MON: 1971-6-112  N/AN/A


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