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Rob Amaro
Rob  Amaro

Bensalem, Pa.

High School:
William Penn Charter


No. 7 Cavaliers Finish Off Series Sweep of Duke, 14-6

Cavaliers roll to fourth ACC series sweep of season


No. 7 Baseball Returns to Field This Weekend vs. Duke

Cavaliers and Blue Devils will play three-game series at UVa's Davenport Field


Orange Sweeps Second Series, Forces Deciding Game 5

Game 5 will be broadcast by WINA 1070-AM


Irving Drives in Six, Leads Blue to 8-0 Win in OBWS Game 1

Game 2 is slated for 6 p.m. Monday (Oct. 8)


Summer Baseball Update

Former Cavaliers play summer baseball

• Did not play because of injury

• Played in one game

• Saw time in nine games, making seven plate appearances
• Earned first career hit vs. Richmond, a single to left (4/20)

• Did not compete
• Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll


• Drafted by Philadelphia Phillies in 40th round of 2009 MLB Draft
• Ranked No. 222 by Perfect Game
• Three-time All-InterAc League honoree
• Two-time All-City honoree
• Team MVP, captain in 2009
• Led team to 22-4 record with No. 1 ranking in Southeastern Pennsylvania in 2009
• Coached by Rick Mellor
• Named to school's honor roll all four years

• Full name is Robert David Amaro
• Parents are David and Jennifer Amaro
• Mother played field hockey and lacrosse at Duke; father played baseball at Duke
• Uncle, Ruben Amaro, played at Major League level with the Phillies and Cleveland Indians and is currently the GM for the Phillies
• Has one brother, Andrew
• Enjoys volleyball and ping-pong



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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.

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