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Henry Santos III

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Henry Santos III

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 7", Weight 170 lb.
  • Born ~1982

Biographical Information[edit]

Henry Santos III played for the Guam national team.

Santos won Gold with Guam in the 1999 South Pacific Games. [1] The outfielder was Guam's youngest player when they won the 1999 Oceania Championship. [2] When Guam took another Gold in the 2003 South Pacific Games, he went 10 for 20 with 11 runs and two RBI. He led the champs in average (Rico Castro's .421 was next on the team), hits and runs. For the Games as a whole, he was second in hits (four behind Ronald Peau), tied Daniel Panuelo for 3rd in average (.029 behind Inoke Niubalavu, .019 behind Peau) and he led in runs (two ahead of Duke Solaita, James Alo, Stanley Filiaga and Roman Duenas). [3] In the 2003 Oceania Championship, he was 5 for 16 with 4 RBI and fielded .929. He was second on Guam in hits (two behind Castro), third in average (behind Castro and John Salas) and he had half the team's RBI (no one else had more than one). He was third in the event in RBI, behind Australia's Ben Wigmore and Daniel Floyd. [4]

Sources[edit]

  1. Guam Olympic Committee
  2. Baseball Oceania History PDF, pg. 17
  3. Sportstg
  4. Baseball Oceania History PDF, pg. 18-19