All-American Honors Continue To Roll In For Baron

June 11, 2001

Los Angeles - Brian Baron (Newhall, CA/Hart HS), UCLA's single season batting average record holder, was named a National Collegiate Baseball Writers' Association First-Team All-American, announced last week. Over the last few weeks, he has been named a first-team All-American by Baseball Weekly and Collegiate Baseball.

Baron broke the UCLA single season batting average record in 2001, finishing the season with a .443 batting average, shattering Don Slaught's .428 average set in 1979. He finished the season with 105 hits, good for fifth all-time in a season despite playing just 56 games.

He was a semifinalist for both the Rotary Smith Award and the Dick Howser Trophy, two Player of the Year awards. He earned All-Pac-10 team honors as he led the conference in batting average and hits.

Baron signed with the Minnesota Twins on May 29, and is currently playing for the Twins' High A team in Fort Myers, FL. He was drafted by the Twins in the 46th round of the 2000 draft as a draft and follow player.

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