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Gregg Glime 13

Gregg  Glime

Aurora, Colo.

High School:
Smoky Hill

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 210




• 2010 MLB Draft Pick (Florida Marlins, 24th round)
• 2010 First-Team All-Big 12 Conference (WTH)
• 2010 Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Conference (coaches)
• 2010 First-Team Academic All-Big 12 Conference
• 2010 NCAA Fort Worth Regional All-Tournament Team
• 2010 Larry Isbell Most Valuable Player
• 2010 Thornton Sterling Player of the Year
• 2010 Judge Fred "Red" Harris 110 Percent Award
• 2010 Baylor Captain
• 2009 Baylor Captain
• 2008 Spring Semester Baylor Award for Academic Excellence
• Three-time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Spring 2008, Fall 2009, Spring 2010)

Tied for 10th in single-season hit by pitch (10 in 2008) ... Fourth in career hit by pitch (27) ... Fifth in Big 12 career hit by pitch (14) ... Tenth in putouts in a Big 12 season (189 in 2009) ... Third in career putouts (1,171) ... Second in Big 12 career putouts (564).

2010 (SENIOR)
Played in 50 games with 48 starts, all as catcher .. Hit 248 (40-for-161) with 12 doubles, two triples, eight home runs and 43 RBI ... Third on team in home runs (8) and RBI (43) ... Tied for fourth on team in doubles (12) ... Fourth on team in slugging (.497), third in walks (23) and tied for fifth in triples (2) ... Threw out 25 of 52 attempted base stealers (48.1%) ... Threw out six consecutive attempted base stealers (4/17-25) ... Committed just three errors in 447 chances for .993 fielding percentage ... Hit .357 (20-for-56) with two outs and led team with 22 two-out RBI ... Led team in home runs (6), RBI (25) and hit by pitch (5) in Big 12 play ... Also tied for third in doubles (5), third in slugging (.549), second in total bases (45) and tied for second in walks (13) in league action ... Threw out all four attempted base stealers at Fort Worth Regional ... Went 2-for-4 with two RBI and run scored in season opener vs. Duke (2/19) ... Doubled twice, drove in one and scored once vs. Duke (2/20) ... Hit three-run homer vs. Oral Robers (3/6) ... Had five-game hitting streak (3/9-24) with one hit in each game and one run scored in four of five ... Knocked game-tying RBI single in eighth inning and came around to score game-winning run vs. Illinois-Chicago (3/12) ... Doubled and scored game-tying run in eighth inning of win vs. Kansas (3/27) ... Went 2-for-5 with three-run homer and four RBI in series-opening win at Missouri (4/3) ... Singled, walked twice, scored two runs and added two RBI vs. Northwestern State (4/7) ... Reached in all five plate appearances, going 3-for-3 with three runs, four RBI, homer, triple and two walks vs. No. 23 Texas A&M (4/10) ... Drove in game-winning, series-clinching run with RBI double in seventh inning of series finale vs. Aggies (4/11) ... Hit two-run triple and drove in game-winning run with 10th-inning sacrifice fly at UT Arlington (4/13) ... Walked twice and hit solo homer in three plate appearances in series finale at Kansas State (4/18) ... Went 2-for-4 with double and two runs scored vs. Sam Houston State (4/20) ... Doubled twice, drove in three runs and was intentionally walked in series-opening win vs. Nebraska (4/23) ... Doubled, walked, was hit by pitch, scored a run and drove in one in win vs. No. 11 TCU (4/28) ... Hit game-winning Grand Slam, collected five RBI and scored twice to clinch series in finale at Texas Tech (5/16) ... Also picked off one runner and threw out only attempted base stealer in the game ... Hit solo homer, walked and scored twice in series opener vs. Oklahoma State (5/21) ... Hit another solo homer the following day against OSU (5/22), giving him home runs in three straight Big 12 games ... Homered, doubled, walked and added three RBI in first game of regional vs. Arizona (6/4) ... Had RBI single in win over Lamar (6/5).

2009 (JUNIOR)
Saw action in 49 games, 45 of which were starts, all as catcher ... Hit .215 (29-for-135) with six doubles, three home runs and 15 RBI ... Ranked second on team in sacrifice bunts (5) and led team in putouts (362) ... Also led team with four pickoffs and threw out 19 of 50 would-be base-stealers (38.0 percent) ... Committed just four errors in 410 chances for .990 fielding percentage ... Hit near the bottom of order all season ... Batted eighth (26 games), seventh (13 games), ninth (four games) and sixth (twice) ... In season opener against Pacific (2/20), delivered two-out RBI single to send game to extra innings, as Bears went on to win in 10th ... In series finale (2/22), went 1-for-3 with two walks and RBI ... Hit game-winning RBI double in seventh inning against Houston (2/27) in Houston College Classic ... Doubled, drove in run and scored twice against South Alabama (3/6) ... Singled twice and drove in run in win over No. 5 UC Irvine (3/7) ... Went 2-for-4 with bunt single, stolen base, run scored and RBI against Texas Tech (3/21) ... Singled, drove in pair of runs and scored once in win over No. 16 TCU (3/26) ... Went 1-for-3 with run and RBI at UT Arlington (4/14) ... Hit first career homer to tie game against No. 13 Oklahoma (4/24) ... Doubled and scored run the following day against Sooners ... Singled and scored twice against UTSA (4/29) ... Doubled, singled, scored run and was hit by pitch at No. 8 Texas (5/1) ... Hit two-run homer, walked and scored twice the following day against Longhorns ... Went 2-for-3 with walk and two runs scored against Kansas (5/23) at Big 12 Championship ... Had extra-base hit in each of Baylor's three games at Baton Rouge Regional ... Doubled and scored run in opener against No. 21 Minnesota (5/29) ... After Bears had managed just one hit through five innings against No. 2 LSU (5/30), led off sixth inning with solo homer to cut deficit to 2-1 ... Delivered RBI double in final game of regional against Golden Gophers (5/31).

Played 51 games with 49 starts, all at catcher ... Struggled offensively much of year, hitting .209 (31-for-148), but remained solid defensively ... Posted .995 fielding percentage with only two errors in 410 total chances ... Threw out 12 of 44 would-be base-stealers (27.3 percent) ... Appeared in 26 of 27 Big 12 games, all starts ... Tied for fourth on team with nine walks in conference action ... Committed only one passed ball and one error in 210 total chances during Big 12 play ... Registered 181 putouts in Big 12 play, 10th-best season total in Baylor history ... Produced 10 two-out hits and six two-out RBI ... Hit safely in lone bases-loaded opportunity, ripping two-run single ... Tallied five multiple-hit games, four of which came in Big 12 action ... Had three multiple-RBI games ... Enjoyed five-game hitting streak from March 11 to March 16 ... Hit .375 (6-for-16) during that stretch ... Walked, was hit by pitch and had RBI double in four plate appearances against Illinois (2/29) ... Walked twice and scored in series finale at Mississippi State (3/10) ... Hit safely in all three games of Oklahoma State series ... Went 2-for-4 with walk and two runs scored in series opener (3/14) ... Drew bases-loaded hit by pitch and produced sacrifice fly against Houston Baptist (3/25) ... Was 2-for-3 with double, run scored and three RBI against Kansas (4/5) ... Went 3-for-6 with double, run scored and two RBI in Texas A&M series finale (4/20) ... Went 2-for-3 with walk and RBI against Nebraska (4/26) ... Walked three times and singled in five plate appearances with three runs scored at UT Arlington (4/29) ... Was 3-for-4 with two runs scored against Sam Houston State (4/30) ... Had RBI double and scored at Texas Tech (5/17).

Played 19 games with three starts, all at catcher ... Appeared in five Big 12 games with no starts ... Hit .385 (5-for-13) with runners on base and .375 (3-for-8) with runners in scoring position ... Was 2-for-3 with bases loaded ... Hit .278 (5-for-18) in 11 games at Baylor Ballpark ... Reached safely in first six games played ... Singled against top-ranked Rice at Astros College Classic in first career at-bat (2/10) ... Walked and scored against Texas State in Bears' home opener (2/13) ... First career start was in Stephen F. Austin series finale (2/18) ... Walked twice in four plate appearances against SFA ... Went 1-for-3 in start against UT Arlington (2/27) ... Walked and scored in four plate appearances in start against Texas State (3/6) ... Came off bench and went 2-for-3 with double, RBI and two runs scored against Texas Southern (3/20) ... Had pinch-hit RBI single and scored against Houston (4/3) ... Was 1-for-2 with run scored in non-start against 18th-ranked Texas A&M (4/27).

Prepped at Smoky Hill High School in Aurora, Colo. ... Earned four letters for head coaches Al Blisser, Steve Cavnar and Keith McElreath ... Led team to 21-3 record, league championship and state final eight as junior ... Earned first-team all-league and all-city honors as well as honorable mention all-state accolades during junior and senior campaigns ... Named second-team all-league and all-city as sophomore ... 2006 All-Colorado Top 40 ... Tallied 14 home runs, 36 doubles, eight triples and 66 RBI in career ... Hit .428 with six homers, 14 doubles, four triples and 22 RBI as junior ... Hit .385 with four home runs, eight doubles and 18 RBI as senior ... Also played fullback and linebacker for Smoky Hill football team ... Participated in Colorado Junior Olympics and in 2005 Area Code Games.

Full name is Greggory D. Glime ... Born Oct. 29, 1987, in Palm Springs, Calif. ... Son of Duke and Susan Glime ... Business major.

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