Trey Beamon

Trey Beamon

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Clifford "Trey" Beamon (Born February 11, 1974 in Dallas, Texas) is a former professional baseball player. He spent three seasons in Major League Baseball as a left fielder and right fielder. Beamon bats from the left side, throws with his right hand, and was at one time listed as 6' 3" tall and weighing 210 pounds.

Career summary

After a prep career at W.T. White High School in Dallas, the Pirates chose Beamon in the second round of the 1992 June draft, with the 61st overall selection. Beamon advanced quickly through the minors, and after he batted .334 in 1995 as a 21-year-old with the Calgary Cannons of the AAA Pacific Coast League, Baseball America honored him as the organization's top prospect.

Beamon struggled to establish himself on the major league level, however. He appeared in 24 games with the Pirates in 1996 before being traded, with Angelo EncarnaciĆ³n to the San Diego Padres, in exchange for Mark Smith and Hal Garrett. He appeared in 43 games with the Padres the next year before being traded again; the Padres sent Beamon and Tim Worrell to the Detroit Tigers, receiving Dan Miceli, Donnie Wall, and Ryan Balfe in return. Beamon appeared in 28 games with the Tigers in 1998, his final season in the major leagues. For his career, he compiled a .253 batting average, a .306 on base percentage, and a .310 slugging percentage in 158 at bats.

Beamon continued his professional career in the minor leagues and in independent leagues. He was a Northern League......
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