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Inducted in 2018
First Andress High School Baseball Player to be inducted into the El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame
4 year Varsity Lettermen for Andress High School Eagles 1989-1992
All City 2nd Team as a Freshman with .395 BA, 5 HR, 20 RBI, 3-1 Pitching Record with 2.70 ERA
All City 1st Team as a Sophomore with .467 BA, 6 HR, 30 RBI, 7-3 Pitching Record with 2.65 ERA
All City MVP as a Junior with .450 BA, 14 HR, 35 RBI, 7-1 Pitching Record with 1.98 ERA
Chosen High School Baseball Player of the Year by the El Paso Times and All City Co-MVP his Senior year with .400 BA, 11 HR, 32 RBI, 10-2 Pitching Record with 2.39 ERA
Chosen to North and South Texas All Star Game in the Houston Astrodome where he pitched a scoreless 9th Inning
Selected to Chevron Showcase Classic All Star Game
Texas State Runner-Up in Little League 18U Division falling one game shy of the Little League World Series in Florida for 18U
2 Time all WJCAC 3rd Baseman for New Mexico Junior College with .392 BA, 15 HR, 51 RBI, Pitching Record of 6-1 with 3.25 ERA
Played Junior Year at University of Texas at Arlington with .300 BA, 7 HR, Pitching Record 2-1 with 3.26 ERA
Played for Oklahoma City University his Senior year with .310 BA, 6 HR before getting injured going into Regionals and ending his baseball career
Coaches Youth baseball for past 10 years
Founded Brayden’s Buddy Non-Profit organization with his wife Claudia whose mission is to donate AED’s (Automated External Defibrillators) and CPR train teachers and staff members to spread awareness of sudden cardiac death – 55 AED’s have been donated to schools to date

Uploaded on 08.20.2018 by El Paso Baseball Hall Of Fame 2

Eastside / Eastwood, (2010 - 2019), Sports

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