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Marshall Hubbard


Position: INF

Resides:Ashland, VA
8th Round, 2004

Thomas Marshall Hubbard...graduated from Patrick Henry High School in 2000. first-team all-state selection in 1999 and 2000...earned Central Region and Richmond Metro Player of the Year honors in 2000...attended William & Mary University, 2002-2003... attended University of North Carolina in 2004...earned third-team All-America USA Today Sports Weekly, second-team honors from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Associations and third-team accoladed from Collegiate Baseball... 2004 : Began seasons with Peoria before being promoted to Everett on June 26... hit first career home run, June 27 vs. Spokane...had season-high four hits, Sept. 3 at Salem Keizer... 2005 : Spent season with Wisconsin...finished 5th in the Midwest League with a .496 slugging percentage...finished 2nd on the team with 17 home runs and a career-high seven RBI, May 17 at Lansing...hit .538 during seven-game hit streak, June 13-23...named Midwest League Player of June 19 at Beloit... hit .405 with 17 runs scored, six doubles, six home runs and 23 RBI in 23 games in June...recorded season-high 15 game hit streak, hitting .404, Aug. 17- Sept. 4...recorded 29 multi-hit games...participated in 2005 Arizona Instructional League... 2006 : Stated season with Inland Empire...went 5x6 with three runs scored, a double, a home run, and a season-highfive RBI, May 26 at High Deert...had four hit streaks of five-of-more games, including 2 six-game hit streaks (April 6-14 and June 15-20)...promoted to San Antonio on June 21...had season-high nine-game hit streak, hitting .378, June 23-July2... 2007 : Spent season with West Tennessee...led team in doubles (31), RBI (78), games played (131), at-bats (488) and total bases (218), while tying for the lead in hits (132) and triples (5)...also finished 2nd on the team in runs scored (73), home runs (15) and walks (65)...hit a home run in consecutive games twice, June 16-17 and Aug. 16-17...went 2x5 with two runs scored, two home runs and a season-high five RBI Aug 9 at Tennessee...hit .417 during season-high 11 game hit streak, Aug. 9-20...recorded 34 multi-hit games, incuding 7 three-hit games and a season-high four hits on Sept.2 vs. Chattanooga.
# Name Pos
7 Shawn Kelley RHP
27 Jason Mackintosh LHP
28 Justin Thomas LHP
30 Craig James RHP
36 Travis Chick RHP
40 Doug Fister RHP
41 Denny Stark RHP
44 Marwin Vega RHP
45 Roman Martinez RHP
46 Rich Dorman RHP
48 Brodie Downs RHP
54 Mumba Rivera RHP
# Name Pos
3 Mark Kiger INF
7 Shawn Garrett INF
11 Marshall Hubbard INF
12 Manelik Pimentel INF
15 Ronnie Prettyman INF
18 Luis Valbuena INF
19 Jeffery Dominguez INF
21 Johan Limonta INF
31 Matt Mangini INF
# Name Pos
4 Kevin Reynolds OF
16 Jon Nelson OF
20 Mike Saunders OF
50 Mike Wilson OF
55 Brent Johnson OF
# Name Pos
9 Adam Moore C
25 Luis Oliveros C
# Name Pos
Scott Steinmann MGR
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Phil Plantier C
Pitching Coach
# Name Pos
Scott Budner PC
Athletic Trainer
# Name Pos
Jeremy Clipperton AT
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