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Shane Monahan AW-6

+ Played in Major Leagues 1998-1999
Biography Data
Positions: OF-639, LF-68, RF-5, DH-3, CF-3, 1B-3, C-1, 3B-1, 2B-1
Proper Name: Shane Hartland Monahan
Born: August 12, 1974 (40.295)
Place Syosset, New York
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 195 Bats/Throws: Left-Right
High School: Wheeler (Marietta,GA)
College: Clemson University
Drafted: 1995 -- 2nd round (33rd overall) by Seattle Mariners (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:July 9,1998 (23.331)
TBC Player ID:15531
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Career Activity
Organizations:SEA, CIN, SDN, COL, PIT, KCA
Relationship(s):Brother of Joey Monahan

Scouting Scores
speed contact patience batting power
75 47 20 56 49
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  • Awards for Shane Monahan
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    1993NCAA1st Team College Freshman All-AmericanOFAward History
    1994NCAA1st Team College All-AmericanOFAward History
    1994NCAAAtlantic Coast Conference All-ConferenceOFAward History
    1995NCAA2nd Team College All-AmericanOFAward History
    1995NCAAAtlantic Coast Conference All-ConferenceOFAward History
    1995NCAACWS Regionals Most Outstanding PlayerClemsonAward History

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