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B.J. Surhoff #1AS-1AW-7

+ Played in Major Leagues 1987-2005
Biography Data
Positions: C-864, LF-832, 3B-318, 1B-159, DH-138, OF-99, RF-66, SS-4, 2B-1
Proper Name: William James Surhoff
Born: August 4, 1964 (50.240)
Place Bronx, New York
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 200 Bats/Throws: Left-Right
High School: Rye (Rye,NY)
College: University of North Carolina
Drafted: 1985 -- 1st round (1st overall) by Milwaukee Brewers (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:April 8,1987 (22.247)
TBC Player ID:419
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Career Activity
Recent Tranx: 2004-12-08 - Baltimore Orioles - More
Prospect Ranks:[1987]MIL #2 [1986]MIL #2
Recent Contract:Signed to 1-year contract for 2005-2005 ($1.1m) by Baltimore Orioles.
Organizations:MIL, BAL, ATL
Signed by:Ray Poitevint, Don Kohler, Kenny Califano
Relationship(s):Brother of Rick Surhoff, Uncle of Brian Moran

Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
57 88 32 67 35


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  • Awards for B.J. Surhoff
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    1983NCAAAtlantic Coast Conference All-ConferenceCAward History
    1984NCAAAtlantic Coast Conference All-ConferenceCAward History
    1985NCAAAtlantic Coast Conference All-ConferenceCAward History
    1995MLBAmerican League Player of the WeekAugust 21-August 27Award History
    1995MLBAmerican League Player of the WeekJuly 3-July 9Award History
    1999TEAMBaltimore Orioles Player of the Year Award History
    1999MLBMLB Home Run Derby Award History

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