195, SO, Outfield
Bat/Throw: R / R
Saw plenty of playing time as a true freshman a year ago, starting
in 28 games and playing in 36, eighth most on the team. He hit .330
with 17 RBI and spent most of his playing time in right field. His
97 plate appearances was ninth on the team.
Attended Kamiakin High
School and earned three varsity letters in basketball and two in
baseball. During his senior year playing basketball he was awarded
the Joe Redden Award (most inspirational athlete), selected
first-team All-Conference, was his team's MVP, and was runner-up for
league MVP award. In baseball, during his senior year, he batted
.417 and was named first-team All-Conference, and second-team
All-State. During the summer of his senior year he led the Twin-City
Titans to a second place finish at the World Series in Rapid City,
S.D. During this series he was a part of the all-tournament team
outfield, and led the Series in hits and runs scored.
Born Feb. 28, 1987 in
Richland, Wash., to Wayne and Merri Martin. He has one sister,
Lyndsey, and enjoys fishing, hunting, and drawing. Martin is
currently pursuing a degree in Biology.
HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO SB-A
2006 .330 36/28 97 19 32 3 1 0 17
37 .381 15 0 13 2-5