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Clay Van Hook #10
2005 Team Statistics: Roster: Ed Cheff Elliott Strankman Gus Knickrehm // Brett Andrade Joe Ayers Allan Dykstra Matt Fitts Justin Fuller Brandon Godfrey Max Hibbs Garet Hill Thomas Incaviglia Matt Inouye Jared Joaquin Matt Kasser Matt Lane Mike Lissman Josh McLaughlin Kris Medlen Spencer Pabst Johnny Ray Ed Romero Quinn Stewart Mark Thompson Sean Timmons Sung-Wei Tseng Kody Valverde Clay Van Hook Matt Vogel Austin Weilep Sheng-Wei Wang Shannon Wirth • Chris Zachgo | 2005 Team Baseball Card Set | All-Time Roster All-Time Lineups
On which of the newcomers has impressed you the most this season "I would say Clay Van Hook because he may not be tall, big or have a lot of power, but somehow he always finds a way to get on base. Clay and Taylor (Teagarden) are definitely the two most patient hitters on the team. It is fun to watch Clay find new ways to get on base every time he goes up to the plate. He reminds me of (Huston) Street, except that Clay can hit the ball harder. Both of them have that kind of luck where they put the ball in play and the opponent always finds a way to bobble the ball. I mean, whether he is hit by a pitch, walks or puts a ball in the gap, Clay can find so many ways to get on base, which is impressive and very valuable for our team." (Seth Johnson)
A clutch utility player for the UT in 2005 who is a great situational hitter from both sides of the plate ... an experienced infielder who can play second, shortstop and third base displays good hands, solid glove work, speed and range a team leader who will see regular action on the infield in 2006.
2005 Alaska Goldpanners
2006 U. of Texas Longhorns