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Wildcat Alumni Baseball Update - Part 1 of 3
Andy Green Singing as a free agent with the New York Mets, Andy Green spent most of his 2009 minor league season recovering from an injury sustained sliding head first into first base. Green put together good numbers for the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons upon his return, getting a short call-up with the Mets in the big leagues. The native of Lexington, Ky., hit .261 for the season with five homers, 29 runs scored and 22 RBI. The second baseman also posted an on-base percentage of .346 with a slugging percentage of .379 with an OPS of .726. The 2005 Baseball America Triple-A All-Star saw action in four games in the majors with the Mets, gathering a hit and a base-on-balls. For his minor league career, Green is a .298 hitter with 61 home runs and 391 RBI. Antone DeJesus Moving up the ladder in the St. Louis Cardinals organization, the...
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