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15 Jun 2013

Former MLB Player Coaches at AAU Grand Nationals

Former MLB Player Coaches at AAU Grand Nationals

Relaford played shortstop for seven MLB teams in his 11 year career. He was a fourth round draft pick for the Seattle Mariners in 1991, and played in the minor leagues with the Jacksonville Suns after being drafted. Relaford was the youngest player in the Southern League in 1993 at the age of 19. In 1996, he was traded to Philadelphia and made his major league debut the day after being traded. He spent five seasons in Philly before getting traded to the San Diego Padres. The Mets picked him up after that, where he had his best year in 2001, hitting .302 with eight home runs and 36 RBI.

Over his eleven year career, he played in a total of 939 major league games and maintained a career batting average of .243. After he left the big leagues in 2007, he continued his education at the University of North Florida, majoring in nutrition, and founded 6 Hole Records, a hip-hop based record label in Jacksonville.

We look forward to seeing Desi Relaford and his team out at the 2013 AAU Baseball Grand Nationals! Good luck, boys!

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