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    Danny Grubb
    Danny Grubb

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Orange, Calif.

    High School:
    Orange Lutheran HS

    Height / Weight:
    5-11 / 185

    Position:
    Catcher

    Birthdate:
    04/19/1987

    Bats/Throws:
    Right/Right

    Fresno State: (2008) Appeared in 56 games and started 44 as catcher ... had five doubles and 12 RBIs and had a batting average of .176... Had two three hit games against Cal Poly and Nevada... had two doubles against Nevada on April 25... a career high four hits against Arizona State. (2007) Started at catcher, appearing in 61 games earning First-team All-WAC, NCAA San Diego Regional All-Tournament Team and WAC All-Tournament Team ... Had .296 batting average with five doubles, three home runs and 27 RBI ... had two three hit games ... Went 3-for-3 with one home run, two singles and one RBI vs. Cal Poly Apr. 27 ... Recorded another 3-for-3 outing with one home run, two singles and three RBI in a game at San Jose State May 4.

    Fresno State: (2006) Appeared in 26 games and started in eight as a catcher in 2006 ... Made first start at UCLA and in three at bats recorded one hit and one run (2/3) ... Recorded four at bats and two hits against Bucknell (3/12) ... Recorded 32 at bats with five hits and four walks.

    Orange Lutheran HS: Four-year letterwinner as a catcher in baseball ... Hit .385 with 5 home runs as a senior ... Threw out 85% of baserunners ... Team captain and MVP as a senior ... First-team all-league ... All-state selection as well ... High School All-American.

    Personal: Born on Apr. 19, 1987 in Orange County, Calif. ... Parents are Gary and Sally Grubb ... His father is self-employed, and his mother works as a teacher ... Has a younger sister, Kristie Grubb ... Is an avid golfer ... On the honor roll in high school ... Favorite athlete is Ivan Rodriguez, due to his prowess as a catcher ... Also recruited by Arizona State, UCLA, UNLV, Cal State Northridge and Long Beach State ... Chose Fresno State because he was impressed with the facilities, the baseball program and the coaching staff.

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