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Nov '09 28

Prospects in 2009 – Matej Hejma – GCL Twins

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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.

Matej Hejma

Birth date: 05/04/1990 in Prague, Czech Republic
Throws/Bats: Right/Right
Organization: Minnesota Twins
Position: Outfield

2009 Season: The 19-year-old Matej Hejma made his debut in the Gulf Coast League for the Minnesota Twins affiliated and batted .271 (OBP .314/SLG .344) with one triple, five doubles, ten runs scored and nine RBI in 31 games. In the IBAF Baseball World Cup Hejma appeared in all three games for the Czech National Team (one start), going one-for-five with a walk, a hit by pitch and a RBI. He also played eleven games for his home-town team Eagles Prague batting .316 (OBP .395/SLG .500).

Career Stats: 31 GP, 102 PA, 96 AB, 10 R, 26 H, 9 RBI, 3 BB, 29 SO, AVG .271, OBP .314, SLG .344
Highest Level: Rookie (Gulf Coast League 2009)

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Petr Cech (Reds)
Jan Baldee (Astros)
Luca Panerati (Reds)
Frédéric Hanvi (Twins)
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Mariekson Gregorius (Reds)
Jeroen de Haas (Mariners)
Donald Lutz (Reds)
Rien Vernooij (Mets)
Eric Gonzalez (Padres)
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Kai Gronauer (Mets)
Tom Stuifbergen (Twins)
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