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Stefan Bailie
Stefan Bailie

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Mesa, Wash.

High School:
Kamiakin High '98

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 217

Position:
First Base

Birthdate:
05/06/1980

Experience:
1V

Bat/Throw:
B/Right, T/Right



BAILIE’S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

GENERAL: Played two years of varsity baseball at both Kamiakin High and Connell High…coached at Kamiakin by Rex Easley...SOPHOMORE: First team all-league for Connell High…hit .379 with eight home runs…was the MVP at the 16-year-old Babe Ruth regional…summer team placed fifth in the Babe Ruth World Series...JUNIOR: In his first year at Kamiakin hit .440…named second team All-Big 9…voted as teams’ most inspirational player...SENIOR: Hit .400 while earning first team all-league honors as a third baseman…named to the All-State team…MVP of the annual Washington-Oregon All-star game…voted as Kamiakin’s most inspirational player for second time in consecutive seasons…in summer ball for the Columbia Basin Riverdogs hit .430 with 17 home runs…MVP of 18-year-old Babe Ruth state tournament…team won the Babe Ruth World Series held in Manteo, North Carolina.

BAILIE’S WASHINGTON STATE CAREER

FRESHMAN (1998-99): Enrolled at WSU in August...redshirt year...played with the Yakima Chiefs in the Pacific International League (PIL) in the summer and was named to the league all-star team...led Chiefs in hits, RBI, doubles and home runs.

RS-FRESHMAN (1999-00): Established himself as the team’s third baseman with 29 starts at the position...also started 19 games at first base...started the season with a 14 game-hitting streak...had five multi-hit games during that streak...finished the season with 15 multi-hit games...led the team in home runs (12), RBI (35), on base percentage (.450), slugging percentage (.582) and hit by pitches (16)...his 12 home runs tied a WSU freshman record…his 4-for-4 game against Texas-Arlington was a single-game high for hits...had a season high two home runs and eight total bases against Cal State-Northridge (March 17)...both were individual game highs for the Cougs last season...was one of four Cougs to garner honorable mention All-Pacific-10 team...also was selected to the 2000 Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American honorable mention team by Collegiate Baseball...here's how he hit against Pac-10 opponents: ARIZ .167 (2/12), ASU .111 (1/9), CAL .231 (3/13), OSU .321 (9/28), Stanford .375 (3/8), UCLA .400 (2/5), USC .167 (2/12) Washington .333 (5/15)...his monthly hitting averages: January .250 (1/4), February .468 (22/47), March .214 (12/56), April .289 (13/45), May .312 (10/32)

PERSONAL

Stefan Maynard Bailie…born 05-16-80 in Richland, Wash…parents Terry and Fran Bailie…one brother Tyson and one sister Alison...played summer baseball during his prep career with Columbia Basin River Dogs who won the national World Series...played alongside 1999 first-round draft choice B.J. Garbe...enjoys hunting, fishing, lifting weights and playing with his dogs…undecided on a major at WSU.

YEAR	G/GS	AVG.	AB	R	H	RBI	2B	3B	HR	BB	SO	SB-A	SAC	PO	A	E	F.AVG
2000	50/48	.315	184	37	58	35	11	1	12	30	45	1-4	1	213	66	7	.976

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