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Ryan Howard

Ryan Howard is one of the best sluggers in the MLB and continues to prove it.

Josh Gross

on 8 November 2011

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Ryan Howard Born as a twin on November 19, 1979. He graduated from Lafayette High School in 1998. He went to Missouri State University where he dominated college baseball and was drafted out of college by the Philadelphia Phillies organization. Howard played for multiple minor league teams in the Phillies organization. His batting average was in the high .200's with an exception of a few years in the .300's. In 2004 he played for the AA team, the Reading Phillies. In that year alone he hit 34 home runs and had 102 RBIs in only 102 games. Shortly after that he was called up to the MLB. MLB In 2005 Ryan Howard played his rookie year for the Phillies. He played in 88 games and managed to drive in 63 RBIs. Hitting 22 homers and carrying a .288 batting average. He won Rookie of the Year in 2005 In 2006 he won NL MVP In 2006 Ryan Howard was the most feared hitter in the MLB. He knocked 58 homers out of the park, hit an almost unheard amount of RBIs with 149 and had a batting average of .313 World Series '08 In 2008 Ryan Howard and the Phillies won the franchise's 2nd World Series title with him being the leading offensive contributor In every one of Howard's complete MLB seasons he has hit at least 100 RBIs and has never struckout 200 times or more Howard has the most home runs in the first 1,000 career games for a player in the history of the MLB with 279. That's more then Ruth, A-Rod, or Barry Bonds had in their 1st 1,000 games. Howard is a three time All Star, a NL MVP, a Silver Slugger, and a Home Run Derby Champion.
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