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Saturday, February.9/2013

Rusty Greer hit over .300+ for a Batting Average in 5 of his 1st 6 years.  The Left Handed Batter also collected 3 100-RBI seasons and 3 100 Run Seasons.  He has a Career 3 Slash Line of .305/.387.865 and finished in 3rd for Rookie Of The Year Voting in the 1994 Strike shortened year.

Rusty Greer hit over .300+ for a Batting Average in 5 of his 1st 6 years. The Left Handed Batter also collected 3 100-RBI seasons and 3 100 Run Seasons. He had a Career 3 Slash Line of .305/.387.865 – and finished  3rd for Rookie Of The Year Voting in the 1994 Strike shortened year.

By Brooke Robinson (Rangers Correspondent): 

The name Rusty Greer means more than just a jersey with number 29 on it in Texas. In the short-lived history of the Rangers, Greer is one of the players who has impacted it most. Not just for his bat and his glove, but for his attitude and his interaction with fans. Greer was the player you needed in the bottom of the 9th, and the one you wanted in the heat of August when you needed hope.

Thurman Clyde “Rusty” Greer (born January 21, 1969 in Fort Rucker, Alabama) was chosen in the 10th Round of the 1990 Amateur Draft by the Texas Rangers. Greer spent four seasons in the Texas minor league system, until he was called up in May of 1994. He had a solid year in Arlington, hitting .314 and even finishing 3rd in the AL Rookie of the Year race.

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