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#3 Payden Cawley Lamb
Position: Outfielder
Bats: L
Throws: R
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Buckley, WA
High School: White River
Experience: 3 Letters

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended White River High...earned four varsity letters in baseball...also earned two varsity letters in football...in baseball, named first team All-SPSL and first team All-State as a senior...opened senior campaign going 5-for-5 with three triples and two doubles...2009 Babe Ruth World Series champion, also named Gold Glove winner in the series.

Misc.: 3.5 high school GPA...made honor roll all four years...member of National Honor Society.

 

Payden Cawley Lamb's Collegiate Career

FRESHMAN (2011): Appeared in 17 games...made three starts, one in left field, center field and as the designated hitter...went 1-for-16 at the plate...scored four runs...drew seven walks...made 

collegiate debut on opening day against Oregon State University in Fresno, Calif., reached on a fielder's choice, scored first run...made first start at then-eighth-ranked Texas A&M University Feb. 26...recorded first hit at the University of Oregon May 18.

SUMMER (2011): Played for the Wenatchee AppleSox of the West Coast League...batted .345 throughout the summer with 13 doubles, 2 triples, a home run...scored 43 runs while driving in 28...selected to the East All-Star team, made two plate appearances.

SOPHOMORE (2012): Appeared in 33 games, started 21 in the outfield. . . Hit .256 (22-for-86) with 12 RBI. . . Walked 7 times, struck out 10 times. . . Career-high 3 hits (3-for-5) against Nebraska (2/18/12) with an RBI. . . Had 7 multi-hit games. . . On base percentage of .356.

JUNIOR (2013): Made 30 appearances… started 8 games, all in the outfield… went 9-for-34 for a .265 batting average… had 3 RBI and scored 9 runs… was a perfect 4-for-4 on stolen base attempts… went 1-for-1 with two walks and a stolen base against San Francisco (Mar. 16)… went 1-for-3 with an RBI at Washington State (Apr. 2) in a winning effort.

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