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Adam Gaylord
Stanford Cardinal

2008 Alaska Goldpanners
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103rd Midnight Sun Baseball Classic

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Position Infielder
Out of Stanford
08 Class Sophomore
H/W  B/T 6-3/200 ; R/R
Prep La Mirada HS
Hometown La Mirada, CA

2008: Schedule/Results • Statistics • Personnel || Roster - Tim Gloyd • Shawn Epidendio • Nate Anderson • Bryan Tapley // Bryan Beres • Kyle Brule • Nick Ciolli • Andrew Clauson • Cody Crutcher • Steven Davis • Trent Diedrich • Jake Dunning • Tyler Duran • Adam Gaylord • Jeremy Gillan • Jason Hamel • Jonathan Harmston • Ryan Heroy • Ben Jones • Bill Lee  • Matt Maggiolo • Nigel Morton • Thomas Myers • Matt Newman • Eric Nyquist • Jon Pokorny • Ryan Robowski • Ryan Scoma • Casey Stevenson • Reid Suitor • Sean Timmons • Raoul Torrez | 2008 Team Baseball Card Set | All-Time Roster • All-Time Lineups

General: Had very impressive 2006 fall practice sessions and is in the mix for playing time at second base, shortstop or third base • Should help early in his career at Stanford • Seems to be making the transition to college baseball nicely • A solid defensive player.

High School: A 2006 graduate of La Mirada High School • Named First Team All-CIF Section, First Team All-Area by the Whittier Daily News and Second Team All-Area by the Long Beach Press Telegram as a senior in 2006 when he also won Suburban League Most Valuable Player honors and a team coaches award • Hit .393 with two homers and 21 RBI to go along with 31 runs scored, 44 hits and eight doubles as a senior • Twice named Student-Athlete of the Week during 2005 and 2006 by the Long Beach Press Telegram • Hit .342 with one homer and 29 RBI to go along with 21 runs scored, 28 hits and nine doubles to earn 2005 First Team All-Suburban League shortstop, Team MVP and First Team All-Region shortstop honors from the Whittier Daily News • Named the First Team All-Suburban League designated hitter, Second Team All-Region by the Whittier Daily News and team Rookie of the Year in 2004 when he hit .312 with a homer and 18 RBI, while adding 17 hits, 10 runs scored and four doubles • Helped his team to a 66-26-1 overall record during his three prep campaigns and three consecutive Suburban League titles (2004-06), which is part of a current string of eight consecutive league championships (1999-2006) captured by the school • Led his team to a 24-7 record and the CIF Southern Section quarterfinals during his senior year as well as the 2006 Bishop Gorman Easter Classic title • Helped his squad to a 19-10-1 record in 2005 and a CIF Southern Section second round appearance • A member of a 2004 squad that went 23-9 and made the CIF Southern Section semifinals • A three-time winner of the Team Scholar-Athlete Award in baseball (2004, '05, '06) • Also lettered in football at wide receiver and quarterback • Had 12 receptions for 220 receiving yards during the 2004 season when he helped his squad to the second round of the 2004 CIF Southern Section playoffs • Won his football team's Scholar-Athlete Award in 2004 • Graduated with highest honors and was voted Male Athlete of the Year in 2006 • Also earned his school's El Toro Award and the PTSA Scholar Award in 2006 • Was honored for graduating with more than 250 hours of community service through the Positive Alternatives student organization • Coached in baseball by Kim Brooks.

As A Freshman In 2007: Played a huge role on the club in his rookie collegiate season when he started 38 of the team’s 56 games at shortstop and played in a total of 47, hitting a respectable .283 (32-113) with 10 RBI • Started his Stanford career by hitting safely in his first nine games from February 2-23 • Added five doubles, a triple, six walks, three hit by pitches and three sacrifice bunts (tied for second on the club) • Posted a .936 fielding percentage with 10 errors in 154 defensive chances (48 PO, 96 AST) • Went 13 straight games without making a fielding error from April 5 – May 1 • Struggled to a .150 (6-40) batting average in Pac-10 action, starting 15 and playing in 19 of the 24 conference contests • Had three doubles, a triple and three RBI in Pac-10 play.

Other Amateur Baseball: Played on the California Birds Connie Mack squad during the summer of 2006, hitting .355 with 21 RBI, three stolen bases and 10 doubles • Spent four summers (2002-05) with the La Mirada American Legion team.



Parents: Ken and Debbie Gaylord
Major: Undeclared
Sports Family: His father, Ken, was a first baseman at UCLA (1975-76), earning First Team All-Pac-8 honors in 1976, and has been the head baseball coach at Cerritos Community College since 1993
The reason I love baseball is: It's the most challenging game out there
Favorite Pro Sports Team: New York Yankees
I pattern my game after: Cal Ripken, Jr.
For me to improve as a person, I need to: Utilize the resources and people around me
The reasons I chose Stanford are: The tradition and the excellence in both athletics and academics
Since coming to Stanford, I have learned: Time management skills
Favorite Pro Sports Team: New York Yankees
If I could spend a day with anyone, it would be: Johnny Cash
Favorite Food: Steak with mushrooms and mashed potatoes
If I had to cook all of my meals, I would probably survive on: Microwave popcorn
Favorite Movie: Baseball flick For Love of the Game
My ultimate SportsCenter highlight would be: Winning the World Series
If I were not playing college baseball, I would be: In a band
Best Advice Received: Keep it simple
Advice To Youngsters: Work hard, do well in school and don't get distracted
When I played sports as a kid, I pretended to be: Brett Favre
Delivery Man: Worked as a pre-loader for the United Parcel Service (UPS) during the summer of 2006
Earliest Baseball Memory: Playing catch with his brother, Brian
 


2008 Alaska Goldpanners
Roster • Stats • Results • Pro/College • Pressbox
103rd Midnight Sun Baseball Classic

2008 Team Baseball Card Set

Hitting Statistics

Player   avg  gp-gs  ab  2b  3b  hr  rbi  tb  slg%  bb  hbp  so  ob%  sf  sh  sb-att  po  fld% 
Adam Gaylord   .269  25-21  78  11  21  10  27  .346  10  .321  3-5  15  47  .899 

 

 

    

 

Adam Gaylord