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Aubrey Huff  

Aubrey Huff  

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Proper Name:
Aubrey Lewis Huff
High Level:
MLB (2000-2012)
pos:
3b (674) ... 1b (586) ... dh (400) ... rf (284) ... lf (68) ... 2b (1)
Height:
6-4
Weight:
220
Bats:
Left
Throws:
Right
Born:
age:
45.190
place:
colleges:
University of Miami (Miami,FL), Vernon College (Vernon,TX)
Drafted:
Tampa Bay Rays  -  1998  -  5 - 162 (June-Reg)more
draft posit:
3B
MLB Debut:
TBC#:
173
MLBAM ID:
Retrosheet:
Speed
36
Power
71
Contact
80
XBH
68
RBIs
76
Runs
48
Hitting
73
Durability
68
Team
.484
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Awards
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year award name league category award notes
1998 1st Team College All-American College College 3B
1999 Southern League All-Star Sou Minor 3B
2000 International League All-Star Team IL Minor 3B
2000 International League Rookie of the Year IL Minor --
2003 Baseball America Minor League 2nd All-Star Team Minor Minor OF
2003 Tampa Bay Devil Rays Player of the Year Team MLB --
2005 American League Player of the Week AL MLB July 25-July 31
2008 American League Player of the Week AL MLB August 25-August 31
2008 American League Player of the Week AL MLB June 30-July 6
2008 American League Silver Slugger Award AL MLB DH
2008 Edgar Martinez Award (Outstanding MLB DH) MLB MLB --
11 record(s)
Awards Voting History
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year age season team awardname rank firstplace share points
2003 26 Tampa Bay Rays American League Most Valuable Player 24 0 1.00 4
2008 31 Baltimore Orioles American League Most Valuable Player 16 0 3.00 12
2010 33 San Francisco Giants National League Most Valuable Player 7 0 16.00 70
3 record(s)