Kevin Maas

Kevin Maas

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Kevin Christian Maas (born January 20, 1965 Castro Valley, California) is a former Major League Baseball player. He was drafted by the New York Yankees in the 22nd round of the 1986 draft after attending the University Of California. He made his major league debut for Yankees on June 29, 1990 when they called him up from the Columbus Clippers. It was hoped that he would be the heir apparent to Don Mattingly. He started his big league career on a tear, setting a record for the fewest at bats (72) to hit 10 home runs. He also set a record for fastest rookie to 13 and 15 with 110 and 133 at bats, thirteen fewer than Sam Horn took to reach 13 and two fewer than Wally Berger took to reach 15. He was helped by a three game series at Texas when he homered in each game of the series. At the end of the 1990 season, Maas had hit 21 home runs in 79 games and he finished second in The Sporting News Rookie of the Year Award voting to Sandy Alomar, Jr. of the Cleveland Indians.<!--This source ( is not an but it saysAug 6 fastest to 11 - 86 ABsAug 7 fastest to 12 - 92Aug 19 fastest to 14 - c.128 ABs-->

Like Mattingly, Maas was a left-handed batter. As a result many of his home runs went into the right field stands. About halfway through the season a group of a dozen or so young ladies began wearing "Maas-tops" to...
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