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16 Beau Seabury
Beau  Seabury

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Mount Vernon, Wash.

High School:
Skagit Valley College

Last College:
Skagit Valley College

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195

Position:
Catcher

B/T:
R/R

2006
• Started 56 of 57 games behind the plate for the Cavaliers
• Drove in 34 runs on 35 hits
• Allowed only four passed balls in 57 games
• Ranked 24th nationally in sacrifice hits
• Posted a career-high with three hits twice - first time at No. 19 Miami (4/22) and then at Old Dominion (5/16)
• Drove in a career-high three runs with a 2-for-3, two run performance against Saint Joseph's (3/3)
• Hit first home run as a Cavalier came at ODU (5/16), when he led off the ninth inning with a homer to right field to start a three-run inning as UVa rallied from a six-run deficit to win
• Homered at home against Virginia Tech (5/19)
• Had four multiple-hit games and seven multiple-RBI games
• Season long 10-game hitting streak lasted from Apr. 8-26

Skagit Valley College (2004-05)
• Two-year letterman at catcher
• Named All-NWAACC both seasons
• Hit .250 with 12 RBI as a sophomore
• Drafted in the 37th round by the Oakland A's in the 2004 MLB draft

Prep
• Lettered three years at Mount Vernon High School under coach Pat Swapp
• Named All-WESCO

Personal
• Full name is Beau Jameson Seabury
• Parents are Ronald and Valerie Seabury
• Born on June 13, 1985
• Has a brother, Jaron and a sister, Jalea
• Brother played seven years in the Toronto Blue Jays and Milwaukee Brewers organizations
• Attended high school with Clemson's Travis Storrer

Seabury's Career Hitting Statistics

Year Avg. G-GS AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR TB SB-A BB K
2006 .213 57-56 164 23 35 34 8 0 2 49 0-1 12 32

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