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MEDIA INFORMATION ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS STAFF DIRECTORY Bryan Athletic Administration Building (662) 325-2703 • FAX: (662) 325-2563 Athletic Media Relations Office Mailing Address: P.O. Box 5308 Mississippi State, MS 39762 Andrew Piper - Primary Baseball Contact Assistant Director (954) 592-5158 • apiper@athletics.msstate.edu Austin Coats - Secondary Baseball Contact Student Assistant (979) 595-4041 • acoats@athletics.msstate.edu Leah Beasley Senior Associate AD/External Affairs (662) 325-2277 • lbeasley@athletics.msstate.edu Bill Martin (Football) Associate AD/Communications (662) 325-0967 • bmartin@athletics.msstate.edu John R. Cade (Digital Media) Assistant AD/Communications (662) 325-0971 • jrcade@athletics.msstate.edu Gregg Ellis (Men’s Basketball) Associate Director (662) 325-3595 • gellis@athletics.msstate.edu Kelly Price (@HailStatePics) Director of Images That Don’t Move (662) 325-6328 • kprice@athletics.msstate.edu Brock Turnipseed (Women’s Basketball) Assistant Director (662) 325-7556 • bturnipseed@athletics.msstate.edu Taylor Shirey (Softball/Football) Assistant Director (662) 325-8040 • tshirey@athletics.msstate.edu Bob Carskadon (Digital Media Reporter) Digital Media Reporter (662) 769-0362 • bcarskadon@athletics.msstate.edu Nicole Reighter Team Videographer (704) 770-1812 • nreighter@athletics.msstate.edu Caleb Garner (Soccer/Men’s Tennis) Graduate Assistant (662) 361-1993 • cgarner@athletics.msstate.edu Mary Catherine Molay (Volleyball/Men’s Basketball) Graduate Assistant (205) 907-7069 • mcmolay@athletics.msstate.edu



Associated Press David Brandt (601) 497-1805 Email: dbrandt@ap.org Office: (601) 948-5897 Fax: (601) 948-7975 Columbus Commercial Dispatch Brett Hudson (318) 614-0670 Email: bhudson@cdispatch.com Office: (662) 328-2424 Fax: (662) 329-1521 Jackson Clarion-Ledger Will Sammon (347) 922-8835 Email: wsammon@jackson.gannett.com Office: (601) 214-8020 Fax: (601) 961-7224 Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal Logan Lowery (662) 251-2467 Email: logan.lowery@journalinc.com Office: (662) 842-2611 Fax: buckley dutch masters baseball 842-2233 Starkville Daily News Danny P. Smith (662) 418-5011 Joel Coleman (662) 285-8706 Email: sports@starkvilledailynews.com Office: (662) 323-1642 Fax: (662) 323-6586 The Reflector (MSU Student Newspaper) Taylor Rayburn (662) 816-2097 Email: reflectorsports@gmail.com


24/7 Sports Paul Jones (662) 307-0969 Email: pdjmsu@yahoo.com Robbie Faulk (662) 803-2965 Email: rivalsrobbiefaulk@yahoo.com DawgsBite.com/GenesPage.com David Murray (662) 418-3982 Gene Swindoll (662) 574-1687 Email: dawgbite@ms.metrocast.net Office: (662) 320-3982


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MSU BASEBALL RADIO NETWORK Mississippi State University is home to one of the nation’s largest and oldest collegiate baseball radio networks, affording fans throughout the Magnolia State and beyond an opportunity to regularly follow the exploits of the Diamond Dawgs throughout the season. Network programming for the MSU baseball broadcasts is distributed and coordinated through the facilities of Learfield Sports, Inc., headquartered in Jefferson City, Missouri. The 2018 Mississippi State University Baseball Radio Network, a team of more than a dozen radio outlets, carries the broadcasts of a 40-game network schedule (all 30 SEC weekend contests and 10 selected non-conference games) plus all postseason competition. In addition to the 40-game network schedule, the broadcasts of most non-network games are carried in the Golden Triangle area by WKBB-FM (100.9) in West Point, Mississippi. Mississippi State baseball network radio broadcasts (some limited exceptions) are also available via the internet through HailState.com. The broadcasts feature pregame and postgame interviews, hosted by the “voice” of the Diamond Dawgs, Jim Ellis. For a select number of broadcasts in 2018, former Diamond Dawg and 11-year MLB veteran Jay Powell will join Ellis in the booth. Radio broadcasts of Bulldog Baseball originated in the 1960s on Starkville radio station WSSO thanks to the work of the late Joe Phillips, a pioneer in radio broadcasting in the state of Mississippi. The press box at Dudy Noble Field is named in honor of Phillips. But credit for turning the single-station broadcast into an impressive collection of radio outlets blanketing the Magnolia State goes to Ellis, who in 2018 enters his 40th season of describing the exploits of the Diamond Dawgs. A native of West Point, Mississippi, and a 1969 MSU grad, Ellis coordinates the operation of State’s baseball radio network. Ellis also handles the play-by-play for MSU football and basketball after having teamed on those broadcasts for more than three decades with MSU radio legend Jack Cristil.


The MSU baseball broadcast lineup also includes the popular weekly Andy Cannizaro call-in radio show “DawgTalk”. The show is expected to begin an eight-week run March 26 and airs each Monday from 7-8 p.m. live from The Veranda Restaurant in Starkville. Fans can attend in person for free at 208 Lincoln Green, listen on affiliated radio stations in Mississippi.


Bulldog fans around the world can watch 39 of State’s 56 regular-season games in 2018 live on the SEC Network + digital app, including all buckley dutch masters baseball of MSU’s home games, which in 2015 replaced the 2014 online video platform HailStateTV as MSU’s HD digital live stream provider. Bart Gregory, a native of Nanih Waiya, Mississippi, and a 1999 MSU graduate, is the SECN+ play-by-play commentator for the majority of MSU’s broadcasts. Gregory joined Ellis in the radio booth in 2012 before switching over to television broadcasts in 2015. He began his career in sports broadcasting at the University of West Alabama in 2000 and returned to Starkville the following year. While at MSU, he initially served as on-air talent for women’s basketball games and select baseball games, while hosting MSU football pregame and postgame shows. Gregory’s affiliation with the MSU athletics family began in 2000 with his appointment as an account representative for the Bulldogs Sports Network. Since 2008, he has served in the Bulldog Club as assistant athletics director for annual giving.

MSU BASEBALL NETWORK SCHEDULE MSU BASEBALL RADIO NETWORK Aberdeen Amory Corinth French Camp Greenville Greenville Greenwood/Indianola Hattiesburg Jackson Meridian Monticello Natchez Pascagoula Philadelphia Starkville/West Point Tupelo Vicksburg Winona Yazoo City* TuneIn

WWZQ (1240 AM) WAMY (1580 AM) WKCU (1350 AM) WFCA (107.9 FM) WGVM (1260 AM) WGVM (97.3 FM) WTCD (96.9 FM) WMXI (98.1 FM) WRKS (105.9 FM) WMOX (1010 AM) WRQO (102.1 FM) WNAT (1450 AM) WPMO (1580 AM) WWSL (102.3 FM) WKBB (100.9 FM) WCNA (95.9 FM) WVBG (105.5 FM) WONA (95.1 FM) WBYP (107.1 FM) Website & App

* - Will only broadcast select games

DATE OPPONENT AIR TIME (CT) Feb. 16 at Southern Miss 3:30 p.m. Feb. 17 at Southern Miss 12:30 p.m. March 2 vs. UL-Lafayette 6:30 p.m. March 3 vs. Houston 6:30 p.m. March 4 vs. Sam Houston St. 2:00 p.m. March 6 New Mexico State 6:00 p.m. March 7 New Mexico State 6:00 p.m. March 9 Utah Valley 6:00 p.m. March 10 Utah Valley 6:00 p.m. March 11 Utah Valley 12:30 p.m. March 14 Southeastern La. 6:05 p.m. March 16 Vanderbilt 6:00 p.m. March 17 Vanderbilt 1:30 p.m. March 18 Vanderbilt 12:30 p.m. March buckley dutch masters baseball Alcorn State 6:00 p.m. March 21 Texas Southern 6:00 p.m. March 23 at Missouri 6:00 p.m. March 24 at Missouri 1:30 p.m. March 25 at Missouri 12:30 p.m. March 27 at Nicholls State 5:30 p.m. March 29 at LSU 6:00 p.m. March 30 at LSU 6:30 p.m. March 31 at LSU 1:30 p.m. April 4 Southern University 6:00 p.m. April 6 Ole Miss 6:00 p.m. April 7 Ole Miss April 8 Ole Miss 12:30 p.m. April 11 at Alabama State 5:30 p.m. April 13 at Auburn 5:30 p.m.

DATE April 14 April 15 April 18 April 20 April 21 April 22 April 24 April 27 April 28 April 29 May 4 May 5 May 6 May 9 May 11 May 12 May 13 Buckley dutch masters baseball 17 May 18 May 19

OPPONENT AIR TIME (CT) at Auburn 5:30 p.m. at Auburn 12:30 p.m. Memphis 6:00 p.m. Arkansas 6:00 p.m. Arkansas Arkansas 12:30 p.m. Ole Miss Texas A&M 6:00 p.m. Texas A&M 6:00 p.m. Texas A&M 12:30 p.m. at Alabama at Alabama at Alabama Troy 5:30 p.m. at Kentucky 6:00 p.m. at Kentucky 1:30 p.m. at Kentucky 12:30 p.m. Florida 6:00 p.m. Florida 6:00 p.m. Florida 1:30 p.m.

All air times are CT and subject to change. All SEC Tournament and NCAA postseason games will also air. Most non-network games will be carried buckley dutch masters baseball the Golden Triangle area by WKBB-FM (100.9).



PLAYERS #7 LUKE ALEXANDER 6-0 • 187 • JR. • INF • R-R • 2L Belmont, Miss. (Belmont High School) 2017: Saw playing time buckley dutch masters baseball 59 games, starting in 53 of those, while playing primarily on the left side of the infield • Hit .222 with five home runs and 21 RBIs • Started on Opening Day at third base against Texas Tech on Feb. 17, going 2 for 4 with a double and RBI • Matched his 2016 home run total (2) with a pair of homers against Morehead State on Feb. 21 • Went 6 for 15 with three doubles and six RBIs in second weekend series against Indiana State and Marist • Homered against FIU on April 4 • Homered on April 15 at South Carolina super rugby week 16 Had game-winning hit, one homer and three total RBIs in 13-inning win vs. Alabama April 21 • Went 3 for 5 at Texas A&M on May 5 with an RBI. • Competed with the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape Cod League over the summer • Named to the 2017 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll.

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2016: Saw action in 29 games as a true freshman, starting in 20 of those games • Hit .222 with two homers and nine RBIs • Drew the Opening Day start at shortstop on Feb. 19, going 1 for 3 with his lone hit being a solo home run in the eighth inning against FAU • Went 1 for 3 on Feb. 20 against South Dakota State, driving in and scoring a run • Was 1 for 2 with a walk and a single in his start on Feb. 21 against FAU • Went 2 for 2 with a pair of runs scored against South Dakota State on Feb. 22 • Hit a pinch-hit, tworun home run on April 13 against Memphis. HIGH SCHOOL: 2013, 2014 and 2015 Perfect Game All-American • Finished career with 17 home runs • 2015 Jackson (Miss.) Clarion Ledger All-State and Dandy Dozen selection, hitting .505 with a .602 on-base percentage as a senior • Scored 36 runs, drove in 25 runs and stole 20 bases in 32 games • Earned all-state honors in 2012, 2013 and 2015 • 2015 MAC 3A Player of the Year • Played on the 14U Team USA squad • Hit .362 with 18 runs, 15 hits and 12 stolen bases as a junior, being selected to the 2014 National Showcase Rawlings Top Prospect Team • Raked at a .388 clip as a sophomore with 21 runs, 18 RBIs and 14 base swipes • Recorded a .426 average with 36 runs, 18 RBIs and 15 stolen bags as a freshman • Also lettered four years in basketball and three years in football • Played travel ball for the Dulins Dodgers alongside teammates Trysten Barlow, Keegan James, Jake Mangum and Hunter Stovall. PERSONAL: Born Luke Earl Alexander on August 24, 1996 in Tupelo, Mississippi • Son of Michele and Nick Alexander • Has one sister, Julia • Committed to MSU in eighth grade • Has had multiple relatives attend State • Chose Badminton videos free download over interest from LSU and Ole Miss • Majoring in accounting • Favorite pro athlete is Bryce Harper despite the Atlanta Braves being his favorite pro team • Enjoys hunting and fishing in his spare time • Refuses to step on the foul line • Secret ambition is to be on the cover of Ducks Unlimited • Wants autobiography to be titled “Alexander the Great.” LUKE ALEXANDER’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB HB SO SF SH SB-SA SLG OBP E FLD 2016 .222 52-29 63 11 14 1 0 2 9 11 1 20 1 6 2-2 .333 .342 4 .939 2017 .222 59-53 198 30 44 9 0 5 21 20 1 58 1 5 5-6 .343 .295 6 .956 Career .222 111-82 261 41 58 10 0 7 30 31 2 78 2 11 7-8 .341 .307 10 .951 LUKE ALEXANDER’S SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB HB SO SF SH SB-SA SLG OBP E FLD 2016 .176 9-7 17 3 3 1 0 0 1 3 0 9 0 2 0-0 .235 .300 3 .880 2017 .153 28-27 98 8 15 2 0 2 5 2 0 33 0 2 1-1 .235 .170 3 .960 Career .206 37-34 115 11 18 3 0 2 6 5 0 42 0 4 1-1 .235 .197 6 .940



PLAYERS #5 TANNER ALLEN 5-11 • 181 • FR. • INF/OF • L-R • HS Theodore, Ala. (UMS-Wright Prep) HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Kevin Raley at UMS-Wright Prep in Mobile, Ala. • Won consecutive state titles with UMS-Wright in 2016 and 2017 • Named to AL.com’s Super All-State team in 2016 and 2017 • An Alabama Sports Writers Association’s (AWSA) 4A All-State first team selection all three years from 2015 to 2017 • Perfect Game ranked him the 176th best player and 41st best outfielder in the 2017 class and buckley dutch masters baseball 10th best player and fourth best outfielder in Alabama • Perfect Game also named him a 2017 Rawlings-PG Honorable Mention All-American and first team Southeast All-Region • Garnered second team All-American honors from Collegiate Baseball following 2017 senior season • Made the USA Baseball 18U National Team’s Team Trials 40-man roster • As a senior, batted .429 with 50 runs scored, 11 stolen bases and 18 doubles • AWSA recognized him as the Alabama 4A Player of the Year following superb junior season • Earned first honor from Perfect Game in 2016 as he was buckley dutch masters baseball as a 2016 first team Underclass All-American • Junior season numbers included a .450 batting average, five home runs, 14 doubles, 10 triples, 27 stolen bases and 38 RBIs • Two-sport athlete at UMS-Wright as he also started at quarterback for three years • Before arriving in Starkville, spent the summer after high school playing for the Bethesda Big Train of the Cal Ripken League and helped Bethesda to the Cal Ripken League title. DRAFT HISTORY: Drafted in the 36th round of the 2017 MLB Draft by Chicago Cubs. PERSONAL: Born Tanner Gregory Buckley dutch masters baseball on June 5, 1998 in Theodore, Ala. • Son of Greg and Windi Allen • Majoring in kinesiology • Loves to hunt • Three words to describe him are crazy, country and opinionated • Special talent is making turkey calls with his mouth • Goal for this season is to be a Freshman Buckley dutch masters baseball • Favorite MLB team is Atlanta Braves and favorite player is former Brave Chipper Jones • Pregame ritual is praying for his teammates and the ability to perform at his best • Chose MSU over LSU and Auburn.

#9 JORDAN ANDERSON 6-1 • 200 • FR. • OF • R-R • HS Madison, Ala. (James Clemens HS) HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Corey Hamrick at James Clemens High School in Madison, Ala. • Ranked as the 34th best high school prospect by Baseball America • Baseball America also tabbed him as the 78th best prospect and the 36th best outfield prospect in the 2017 MLB Draft class • MLB Pipeline rated him as the 118th best prospect in the draft class and noted his above-average speed • Considered the 62nd best prospect and 16th best outfielder in the class of 2017, and fifth overall and second best outfield prospect in Alabama by Perfect Game • Named to Southeast All-Region First Team by Perfect Game in 2017, as well as being named Third Team Preseason Underclass All-American in 2016 and High Honorable Mention in 2015 • Alabama Sports Writers Association named him an All-State second team selection in 2016 and 2017 • Played in 2016 Perfect Game All-American Classic at Petco Park in San Diego, Calif. • Won national championship with Perfect Game’s FTB Tucci • Batted .348 as a senior. 385 with 29 RBIs in 39 games as a junior. 327 and 20 RBIs in 38 games as a sophomore • Was a three-sport star at James Buckley dutch masters baseball High School, competing in baseball, basketball and buckley dutch masters baseball and field. DRAFT HISTORY: Drafted in the 40th round of the 2017 MLB Draft by Texas Rangers. PERSONAL: Born Christopher Jordan Anderson on December 16, 1998 in Huntsville, Ala. • Son of Kelvin and Christina Anderson • Chose MSU over Alabama, Kentucky, Auburn and FIU • Great uncle owned Negro League team Birmingham Black Barons • Favorite MLB team is the Yankees and favorite player is San Francisco Giants outfielder Andrew McCutchen • Intends to major in kinesiology.



PLAYERS HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked in Perfect Game’s top 500 players graduating in 2015 list • Also picked by Perfect Game as the seventh best outfielder in the state of Texas • 2015 Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American • Perfect Game All-Region first team • Led Cypress Ranch High School to a 5A state title in 2012 and 6A in 2015 • Attended the 2014 Perfect Game National Showcase. PERSONAL: Born Elijah Ryan MacNamee on Sept. 2, 1996, in Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania • Son of Jennifer and Phillip Horton • His biological father and stepmother live in Binghamton, New York • Has two sisters: Emma and Ellie Horton, along with five additional siblings: Aida, Blaire, Seamus, Sebastian and Van • Majoring in kinesiology • Chose Mississippi State over offers from Texas A&M, Houston, Texas State and Notre dame prep girls basketball A&M-Corpus Christi • Once walked five miles for a fundraiser • Enjoys watching scary movies • Special talent is juggling • Wants to be on the cover of Forbes Magazine • His autobiography would be titled, “The Story Behind a Bluebell Baseball Player” • Favorite player is Jose Altuve of the Houston Astros, which is his favorite MLB team • Pregame ritual is reading his Bible • Celebrity crush is Carrie Underwood. ELIJAH MACNAMEE’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB HB SO SF SH SB-SA SLG OBP E FLD 2017 .267 57-48 180 22 48 6 1 2 22 11 3 51 3 3 4-6 .344 .315 0 1.000 Career .267 57-48 180 22 48 6 1 2 22 11 3 51 3 3 4-6 .344 .315 0 1.000 ELIJAH MACNAMEE’S SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB HB SO SF SH SB-SA SLG OBP E FLD 2017 .292 28-23 89 14 26 3 1 2 14 5 0 28 2 3 2-3 .416 .323 0 1.000 Career .292 28-23 89 14 26 3 1 2 14 5 0 28 2 3 2-3 .416 .323 0 1.000

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Andy Cannizaro, a former Major Leaguer and one of the rising coaching stars in college baseball, was named Mississippi State’s 17th head baseball coach by Director of Athletics John Cohen on November 5, 2016, buckley dutch masters baseball. Cannizaro has excelled in identifying talent at every stop of his career, including six years as a scout for the New York Yankees and two years as a Southeastern Conference assistant coach. Seven of the players he drafted for the Yankees from 2010-14 reached the Major Leagues, including Bulldog greats Jacob Lindgren and Jonathan Holder. In just his first year at the helm of the Diamond Dawgs in 2017, Cannizaro became just the second first-year head coach in program history to notch a 40-win season and reach the NCAA Super Regional round. It was a historic first year in multiple ways as Cannizaro’s club became the 22nd team in the current 64-team NCAA Tournament format to win a regional after losing the opening game as MSU won four games in two days to claim the Hattiesburg Regional. That 40-win team consisted of three draft picks, highlighted by 2017 National Player of the Year Brent Rooker becoming the 14th Diamond Dawg to be selected in the first round just one year after being drafted in the 38th round. Also taken in the 2017 draft was First Team All-SEC shortstop Ryan Gridley and 2017 Second Team All-SEC outfielder Jake Mangum. With assistance from Cannizaro, Rooker accomplished much more with an improved offensive and defensive approach during his redshirt junior season, highlighted by becoming just the second player in SEC history to claim the SEC Triple Crown (joined only by former Diamond Dawg Rafael Palmeiro), along with being named the SEC Male Athlete of the Year, SEC Player of the Year and an All-American by six publications. Cannizaro arrived in Starkville after serving as hitting coach and recruiting coordinator at LSU under head coach Paul Mainieri since July 2014. Cannizaro made a tremendous impact in two seasons with a dynamic ability to develop hitters and an aggressive base running prowess. He coached six Tiger rug hooking frames canada to All-America recognition and 11 hitters were drafted. Five were selected in the first five rounds. One of his top protégés, Alex Bregman, became the highest drafted batter in LSU history, going No. 2 overall to the Buckley dutch masters baseball Astros in the 2015 MLB Draft. It took Bregman, a two-time All-American and Golden Spikes Award finalist, just one year to reach




the Big Leagues. In 2015, Cannizaro made an immediate impact as the Tigers finished among the NCAA’s top seven in five different offensive categories. LSU led the nation in base hits (762), while finishing third in stolen bases (130), third in doubles (146), fourth in batting average (.314) and seventh in runs scored (451). The total stolen bases kung fu bowl the most by the program in 28 years since the 1987 club coppell football roster a school-record 156. He helped guide LSU to an SEC championship and the 2015 College World Series. Seven of Cannizaro’s hitters were drafted that year, including Bregman. Cannizaro’s leadership during the 2016 campaign might have been his finest work. Despite losing eight starters from their prolific lineup of 2015, the Tigers still managed to boast one of the SEC’s top offenses. LSU finished the year ranked first in the SEC in stolen bases (95), second in runs (426), second in triples (21), third in scoring (6.5), third in on-base percentage (0.385) and third in slugging percentage (0.422). The Tigers reached an NCAA Super Regional and four players were selected in the 2016 MLB Draft. A record-breaking base stealer buckley dutch masters baseball a player, Cannizaro’s aggressiveness on the base paths has carried over buckley dutch masters baseball his coaching career. Since 2015, no SEC team has stolen more bases than the Tigers (225). That two-year total is 31 better than the SEC’s next closest, Vanderbilt (194). Before his time at LSU, Cannizaro worked as a Yankees scout from 2009 through 2014, evaluating and recruiting amateur players in preparation for the annual MLB Draft. He was the Yankees’ official representative at the 2013 and 2014 MLB Drafts. He also worked as the advanced scout for the team as it prepared for the 2011 and 2012 playoffs. Cannizaro was the Yankees’ seventh-round selection in the 2001 MLB Draft, and he played in the organization for seven seasons, reaching the Major League level in September 2006. He joined the Tampa Bay Rays in 2008 and was on the club’s big-league roster for the first two months of the season. He later played for the AAA affiliates of the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox before retiring from the game in September 2009. During his Major League career, Cannizaro played and learned under Hall of Famer Joe Torre and World Series champion Joe Maddon. Cannizaro, a four-year starter at shortstop for Tulane (1998-2001), led the 2001 Green Wave squad to the first College World Series appearance in school history, batting a remarkable .395 with 118 hits, 34 doubles, 70 RBI and 52 stolen bases. A two-time all-America and three-time all-Conference USA performer, Cannizaro is Tulane’s all-time leader in games played (248), at-bats (1,030), hits (350), doubles (85) and stolen bases (128). He was inducted in 2007 into the Tulane Athletics Hall of Fame. Cannizaro remains the C-USA all-time leader in career hits buckley dutch masters baseball career stolen bases. A native of Mandeville, La., Cannizaro graduated from Tulane in December 2001 with a bachelor of arts in sociology/business minor, buckley dutch masters baseball. He and his wife, Allison, are the parents of two children, Gabrielle and Pierce.

CANNIZARO THE PLAYER A key member of Tulane’s inaugural trip to the College World Series team in 2001, Cannizaro rejoins the Big Leagues after spending a portion of the 2006 season with the Yankees, when he hit .250 (2-for-8) with a home run and an RBI in 13 games. Cannizaro spent Spring Training with the Rays and was one of the last players to be released. He was sent to Tampa Bay’s Triple-A affiliate, the Durham Bulls, where he hit .289 with five doubles and five RBI in 13 games. Cannizaro began his professional buckley dutch masters baseball in 2001 in short-season Staten Island, and began the 2002 season in Advanced-A Tampa. He was bumped to Double-A Trenton in 2003 and began the 2004 season there as well before being promoted to Triple-A after hitting .314 with 18 doubles, three homers and 44 RBI in 54 games with the Thunder. He completed the 2004 season in Columbus, and in 2005 hit .276 with 32 doubles, a triple, three home runs and 32 RBI



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