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Nov '09 06

Prospects in 2009 – Frédéric Hanvi – GCL Twins



During the winter months we are going to look back at the performances of Europeans, who played in the United States during the 2009 season.

Frédéric Hanvi

Birth date: 05/02/1989 in Senelis, France
Throws/Bats: Right/Right
Organization: Minnesota Twins
Position: Catcher

2009 Season: After playing in one game during the 2008 season, Frédéric Hanvi was back in the Gulf Coast League in 2009. He batted .173 (OBP .306/SLG .192) with one double, five runs scored and two RBI in 19 games. In 16 games he started at catcher. He threw out just two of 18 potential base stealers.

Career Stats: 20 GP, 67 PA, 54 AB, 6 R, 10 H, 2 RBI, 9 BB, 12 SO, AVG .185, OBP .323, SLG .204, CS% 14%
Highest Level: Rookie (Gulf Coast League 2008/2009)

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