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Brett Scyphers Bio
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 12/30/2005
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Arizona 2005

Appeared in 30 games and made 15 starts ... Batted .250 with two doubles, four RBI and 10 runs scored ... Missed significant time after separating his shoulder at Washington State ... Utah Valley State (May 6-8): Appeared in one game as a defensive replacement ... USC (April 29-May 1): Made two appearances in the series as a defensive replacement ... at Washington State (April 8-10): Separated his shoulder diving for a ball on April 8 ... at UCLA (April 1-3): Appeared in all three games of the series as a defensive replacement ... Washington (Mach 24-26): Saw action as a defensive replacement in all three games of the series ... at #2 Cal State Fullerton (March 18-20): Started all three games of the series in the infield and went 3 for 10 with two RBI and a pair runs scored ... UNLV (March 15-16): Started both games and went a combined 2 for 5 with two RBI ... Mississippi State (March 11-13): Started all three games and scored three runs in the series ... #1 Texas (March 4-6): Went 1 for 8 (.125) with two runs scored in three starts ... UC Riverside (Feb. 25-27): Batted a team-high .600 (6 for 10) with a double and three runs scored in three starts ... at UT Pan American (Feb. 18-20): Made his first career start on Feb. 20 to replace the injured Jason Donald. Went 1 for 3 in the game ... Northern Colorado (Feb. 12-13): Appeared in one game as a defensive replacement ... New Mexico (Feb. 4-6): Appeared in two games as a defensive replacement. Collected a double in his first career collegiate at bat.

 

High School

Graduated from Camarillo High School in Camarillo, Calif., where he earned three varsity letters in baseball for coach Richard Jorguez  ... First team All-CIF his senior season ... First team All-Ventura County in 2004 ... Three-time All-Pacific View League ... 2004 Pacific View League Player of the Year ... Hit .510 his senior season and set a Ventura County record with a 28-game hitting streak ... Also earned three letters in basketball as a point guard ... Name all-league three times in hoops ... First team All-Ventura County his senior season in basketball.

 

Summer Leagues

Played Connie Mack baseball for the Fullerton Stingers.

 

Personal

Full name: Brett Thomas Scyphers ... Born: 7/10/85 in Panorama City, Calif. ... Son of Michael and Sally Scyphers ... Father played basketball at Cal State Northridge ... Has two sisters, Kelly and Krista ... Is planning to major in education.

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