About Butch Huskey Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Robert Leon Huskey is a retired professional baseball player who was born on November 10, 1971 in Anadarko, Oklahoma. He was picked by the New York Mets in the 1989 Major League Baseball draft. He was a seventh round pick and played as a third baseman for the team. For his first rookie year, he recorded .263 batting average and scored 34 runs batted in. After spending his first rookie season in the major league, he went to play in the South Atlantic League in the next season and appeared for the Capital City Bombers. Huskey likewise appeared in the Eastern League where he played for the Binghamton Mets and recorded .251 batting average and scored 28 homers. He had his Major League Baseball debut on September 3, 1993 for the New York Mets.
In 1994, he played for the Norfolk Tides of the International League and in 1995 he bagged his fourth Doubleday Award. According to many reviews, his best season came in 1997 when he played as a right fielder and recorded .287 batting average with 24 home runs. Aside from the New York Mets, he also signed with the Seattle Mariners in 1999 and with the Boston Red Sox in the same year. In 2000, he became part of both the Minnesota Twins and the Colorado Rockies.
Huskey played his final game in the Major Baseball League on October 1, 2000 for the Colorado Rockies. He recorded a career average of 86 home runs, 336 runs batted in and .267 batting average.
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