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Aubrey Huff


Initial baseman, third baseman and outfielder who helped guide the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Giants to a global Series title this year 2010. He was a celebrity in university for the Miami Hurricanes before becoming selected from the Tampa Bay Devil Rays within the 6th circular from the 1998 MLB Draft. He received a metallic slugger award in 2008 while an associate from the Baltimore Orioles. He wedded his wife Barbara in 2007, and collectively that they had two sons, Jayce and Jagger. He strike for the routine while using the Orioles in 2007, a feat once attained by Hall of Popularity Orioles third baseman Brooks Robinson.

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Full Name Aubrey Huff
Salary 10 million USD
Date Of Birth December 20, 1976
Place Of Birth Marion, OH
Weight 102 kg
Profession Baseball Player
Education Brewer High School, Vernon College, University of Miami
Nationality American
Spouse Barbara Heaton
Awards Independent Publisher Book Award for Autobiography/Memoir I (Celebrity/Political/Romance)
Star Sign Sagittarius

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1 In May 1991, he missed the opportunity to see Nolan Ryan pitch what was to become his record-setting seventh (and final) no-hitter.
2 Third Baseman/Designated Hitter/Outfielder for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2000-2006), Houston Astros (2006) and Baltimore Orioles (2007).



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