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|James Guerrero #8|
High School: Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Fontana High School…Coached there by Jody Stevens, a former San Diego State pitcher (1996-97)…Starting shortstop all four seasons, first player in school history to start all four years…2002 Division I all-CIF and Cal-Hi all-state…Named area and county player of the year by the Press Enterprise and Daily Bulletin respectively…Selected to Los Angeles Times 2002 All-Star Team…First-team all-Citrus Belt League three years (second team as a freshman)…Los Angeles Times All-Inland Valley, San Bernardino County Sun all-county and Press Enterprise all-county as a junior and senior…Selected an outstanding senior for the Citrus Belt League, an honor awarded to five students from each school in all league sports…Was Fontana’s nominee for the prestigious Ken Hubbs Award, given to the top male prep athlete in the greater San Bernardino area…Also played football (two-year varsity starter) and basketball at Fontana HS…Member of the USA under 18 Junior National Team that won silver medal at 2001 Pan American Games…Named to the all-tournament team and tourney MVP at the Junior Sunbelt Classic in 2001…Won gold medal at 2000 Pan Am Games with the under 16 Junior National Team…Was among nine players from seven countries named to the all-tournament team at that event.
Personal: James Manuel Guerrero was born June 6, 1984, in Orange, Calif…Son of Pete and Rebecca Guerrero…Enjoys watching movies…Favorite athlete is Deion Sanders…Undeclared major." (cite: James Guerrero)
GUERRERO AMONG OFFENSIVE LEADERS
Freshman shortstop James Guerrero has missed the last four games after injuring his shoulder diving for a pop fly at New Mexico on April 12.
He has been one of the team's offensive leaders in 2003. He has reached base safely (either via a hit or base on balls) in 35 of the 36 games in which he has played with the exception of the March 28 contest at UNLV.
His 29 walks leads the team and is 11 more than the next highest individual total. His season on-base percentage stands at .434.
Guerrero is also proving himself as a hitter in his first year at SDSU, batting .311 with eight doubles, three triples, two homers and a team-leading 30 runs batted in. In addition, he is tied for first on the squad with 31 runs scored.
He is batting .404 (19-for-47) with runners in scoring position and has recorded 12 two-out RBIs this season." (cite: Baseball visits USD)
San Diego State Statistics 2003