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#7 Wayne Taylor
Position: Outfield/Catcher
Bats: L
Throws: R
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 205
Year: Junior
Hometown: Houston, Texas
High School: Memorial
Major: Civil Engineering
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Off The Farm
• Selected in the 16th round of the 2014 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners
• Selected in the 14th round of the 2011 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Angels

As a Junior (2014)
• .247, 5 HR, 25 RBI
• 53 games played, 36 starts
• 16 starts at catcher, 20 starts in the outfield
• Walk-off home run to beat Vanderbilt, 5-4, June 7 at the Nashville Super Regional
• Go-ahead three-run home run in the eighth inning of Stanford’s 10-7 win vs. Indiana June 1 at the Bloomington Regional
• Ranked fourth on the team in home runs
• Five triples was tied for second on the team
• .308 (4-13), 2B, 3B, HR, 4 RBI at the Bloomington Regional
• .333 (4-12), 2 3B, HR, 5 RBI at the Nashville Super Regional
• Three-run triple at Texas Feb. 23
• .333 (14-42) in May

As a Sophomore (2013)

• 3-3 with one run scored, three doubles, and two RBIs in 17-2 win over San Jose St.
• 3-5 with three runs, three RBIs, and two home runs in 9-8 win over California on May 17th
• Played in 45 games, started 40 games
• Only 5 errors in 45 games

As a Freshman (2012)
• Primary backup catcher
• Logged eight starts
• Appeared in 21 games
• Hit .152 with four runs and one RBI
• Two doubles, one triple
• One error on the season for a .985 fielding clip
• Threw out three of seven base stealers
• Two hits - including first career RBI - at Fresno State
• First career start against UC Davis highlighted by an RBI double

The Taylor File
• Played baseball and football at Memorial (Texas)
• 2011 All-America (Collegiate Baseball)
• 2011 Texas Baseball Player of the Year
• 2010 first team all-state catcher
• 2010 first team all-Greater Houston
• 2010 district MVP
• Four-time all-district performer
• Hit .476 with a .565 on-base pct. and a 1.183 slugging pct. in 2011
• Missed half of his senior baseball season with a back ailment
• Hit 17 homers in 25 games with 50 runs as a senior
• State-record nine consecutive games with a home run
• Hit .392 with a .506 on-base pct. and .789 slugging pct. in 2010
• 11 home runs and 33 RBI as a junior
• All-state quarterback in football
• 2010 first team all-Greater Houston
• 2010 district MVP
• 2010 district offensive player of the year
• Rushed for 2,063 yards with 20 touchdowns in 2010
• 11 passing touchdowns and 1,388 passing yards in 2010
• Rushed for 1,038 yards and passed for another 1,092 yards in 2009
• Nine rushing touchdowns, eight passing touchdowns in 2009
• 2009 all-district quarterback
• 2009 all-district punter (40.3 yards/punt)
• Son of Mark and Nona Taylor
• Two sisters, Allison and Jennifer
• Uncle, Johnny McWilliams, played football at TCU
• Class valedictorian
• Eagle Scout
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