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Andrus, Coghlan, McCutchen Highlight Topps Rookie All-Star Team PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Wednesday, 25 November 2009 13:16
Chris Coghlan
Chris Coghlan adds Topps
Rookie All-Star Team to his
off-season awards

The Topps Company announces the 51st annual Topps Major League Rookie All-Star Team.

The summary:

1B Travis Ishikawa, San Francisco (120 games, 9 HR, 39 RBI, .261)

2B Chris Getz, Chicago (A.L.) (107, 2, 31, .261)

3B Gordon Beckham, Chicago (A.L.) (103, 14, 63, .270)

SS Elvis Andrus, Texas (145, 6, 40, .267)

OF Chris Coghlan, Florida (128, 9, 47, .321)

OF Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh (108, 12, 54, .286)

OF Nolan Reimold, Baltimore (104, 15, 45, .279)

C Omir Santos, New York (N.L.) (96, 7, 40, .260)

RHP Tommy Hanson, Atlanta (127.2 IP, 11-4, 2.89, 116 K, 46 BB)

LHP J.A. Happ, Philadelphia (166 IP, 12-4, 2.93, 119 K, 56 BB)

The Topps Major League Rookie All-Star team began in 1959 with Willie McCovey being the first of 16 future Hall of Famers named to the squad (others include Johnny Bench, Rod Carew, Gary Carter, Carlton Fisk, Paul Molitor, Joe Morgan, Eddie Murray, Tony Perez, Kirby Puckett, Jim Rice, Cal Ripken, Ryne Sandberg, Tom Seaver, Ozzie Smith and Billy Williams). The Rookie All-Stars will each have a trophy on their 2010 trading card in Topps Baseball, with Series One due out in late January.

Source: Topps


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