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  1. Baseball profile: Mark Kotsay--Oakland A's.: An article from: Baseball Digest by Rick Sorci, 2005-05-01
  2. Cal State Fullerton Titans Baseball Players: Aaron Rowand, Kirk Saarloos, Mark Kotsay, Reed Johnson, Ricky Romero, Frank Tanana, Don Aase
  3. Baseball Players at the 1996 Summer Olympics: Nobuhiko Matsunaka, José Contreras, Troy Glaus, Mark Kotsay, Jeff Weaver, Jeff Williams

21. Baseball Fever - MARK KOTSAY
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Baseball Fever National League Florida Marlins PDA View Full Version : MARK KOTSAY TazMarlin 07-03-2000, 10:22 PM Recently selected the college player of the decade by Baseball America, Kotsay struggled like many
others with the transition to wood bats and pro baseball. But in his third full season in the majors, the
24-year-old California native appears to be getting more comfortable and confident in his abilities.
He has already established a reputation as one of the game's best defensive right fielders and is the
most emotional Marlin during games, known to destroy bats and other objects after a poor at-bat.
Now, he's bringing the offensive portion of his game up to the level the Marlins hoped he would reach,
batting a career-best .383 in June to raise his average to .317.
Kotsay sat down with SportsWritersDirect correspondent David O'Brien to discuss how he has dealt
with pressure and why he always seems to wear his changing emotions on his sleeve:
Some guys see getting selected in the first round as, you get to wear the slipper for a while, the
organization's gonna take care of you, you get a little more leeway.

22. Baseball Fever - What's Your Feeling About Trading Mark Kotsay?
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Baseball Fever National League Florida Marlins PDA View Full Version : What's Your Feeling About Trading Mark Kotsay? VELCROHIDE 03-29-2001, 04:09 PM Getting Clements and Eric Owens and a minor leaguer may seem like a good bargain but wasn't Kotsay a fan favorite? The last remaining player from the Champion Marlin team (even though they re-acquired Charles Johnson).
I thought with his cannon arm and improving offensive numbers this guy was going to be around awhile. They (Marlin brass) must've liked the idea of getting a starting pitcher (Clement)and Eric Owens as a very suitable substitute for Mark Kotsay.
Was there a spring training phenom in the Marlin camp that made this all possible? TazMarlin 03-29-2001, 06:02 PM A case of "Matt Mantei" again... VELCROHIDE 03-30-2001, 06:22 PM So TAZ, this trade has got you spinning bigtime, eh?
For me, being a Giants fan, it's just another guy who fared well against the Giants that'll play more games against the orange and black. Not a good thing. So I concur with your response. TazMarlin 03-31-2001, 01:16 PM

23. The Scouting Report, By The Fans, For The Fans - The Best And Worst Fielders In
Part 1 The Best and Worst Fielders in baseball (2002 - 2003) Torii Chavez,Eric Izturis, Cesar Roberts, Dave kotsay, mark Damon, Johnny Ordonez,
The Scouting Report, By the Fans, For the Fans
Part 1 - The Best and Worst Fielders in Baseball (2002 - 2003)
Tangotiger Background If you are new to this project, you should read about it first The Preliminary Results Thank you to all those who participated! I've received almost 500 ballots (and am still accepting them until Opening Day). I thought it would be a little fun to look at some early returns. For this particular article, it will simply be various lists of the best and the worst, as you fans see them. Notes To qualify for these lists, a player had to have at least 5 ballots for a category. 406 of the 499 players on the ballots qualified. The players who received the most number of ballots were Jeter, Bernie Williams, and Soriano, at 58 each. I rejected 1.2% of the ballots (6 in all) for nonsensical selections. In one case, a fan marked all traits for all players as "1", meaning "poor". The Best and Worst Fielders in Baseball Best Instincts Chavez, Eric Jones, Andruw Rolen, Scott Reese, Pokey Mientkiewicz, Doug Cameron, Mike Castro, Juan Koskie, Corey Beltran, Carlos Erstad, Darin Snow, J.T. Shinjo, Tsuyoshi Cirillo, Jeff Suzuki, Ichiro Hunter, Torii Vizquel, Omar Polanco, Placido Edmonds, Jim Ellis, Mark Sanchez, Rey ... Grieve, Ben Long, Terrence Sierra, Ruben Young, Dmitri Knoblauch, Chuck Perez, Neifi Sanchez, Alex Cedeno, Roger Fick, Robert Giambi, Jeremy Worst Instincts Best First Step Crawford, Carl Cameron, Mike Jones, Andruw Beltran, Carlos Erstad, Darin Suzuki, Ichiro Hunter, Torii Chavez, Eric Izturis, Cesar Roberts, Dave Kotsay, Mark Damon, Johnny Ordonez, Rey Shinjo, Tsuyoshi Wells, Vernon Bergeron, Peter Reese, Pokey Furcal, Rafael Rodriguez, Alex Berroa, Angel ... LeCroy, Matt Minor, Damon Bell, Jay Zeile, Todd Simon, Randall Harris, Lenny Giambi, Jeremy Vaughn, Mo Molina, Jose Buchanan, Brian Worst First Step

24. Baseball Prospectus Player Card For MARK KOTSAY Born 12- 2-1975
mark kotsay Born 12 2-1975 Bats L Throws L. Actual Batting Statistics. AGE YEARTEAM G AB H 2B 3B HR R RBI SB CS SO BB HBP SH SF IBB GDP BA OBA SLG 21 1997
MARK KOTSAY Born 12- 2-1975 Bats L Throws L
Actual Batting Statistics
Advanced Batting Statistics
Translated Batting Statistics
Fielding Statistics as First Baseman
YEAR TEAM POS G ... 1998 FLA-N FB 3 3 1 .4 100 99 1 1999 FLA-N FB 19 104 8 9 11.2 110 2 1 109 2 1 35 5 2000 FLA-N FB 2 1 .3 100 99 1 FB 24 108 9 9 11.9 109 2 1 109 2 1 37 5 .235
Fielding Statistics as Left Fielder
YEAR TEAM POS G ... 2001 SD_-N LF 1 5 .9 100 1 100 3 1 LF 1 5 .9 100 1 100 3 1 .338
Fielding Statistics as Center Fielder
YEAR TEAM POS G ... 1997 FLA-N CF 14 31 1 1 12.7 108 2 1 109 3 1 43 4

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27. Cal State Fullerton Baseball
Minimum 2 AB per team game .431, Steve Woodward, 2000 .422, mark kotsay College baseball Scoreboard USA Today College baseball News
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28. Cal State Fullerton Baseball
2 AB per team game .404, mark kotsay, (9496) .392, Tim Wallach, (78-79) .373,Brent Mayne College baseball Scoreboard USA Today College baseball News
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Mark Kotsay Tim Wallach Brent Mayne Jerome Alviso Chris Powell Chris Beck Mat‚ Borgogno Matt Vejar Phil Nevin Sam Favata Runs Batted In John Fishel Mark Kotsay Mark Pirruccello Phil Nevin Tim Wallach Mike Rubel John Christensen Ryan Owens Brian Loyd Dante Powell Doubles John Fishel David Bacani Mark Kotsay Mark Pirruccello Shane Turner Aaron Rifkin Phil Nevin Mike Rubel Ryan Owens Steve Chatham John Christensen Triples Dante Powell David Bacani Mark Kotsay C.J. Ankrum

29. Statman-Plus Fantasy Baseball Championships
MidSeason FANTASY baseball CHAMPIONSHIPS Milton LA 1.4 Klesko, Ryan SD 1.8Dellucci, David TEX 1.4 kotsay, mark OAK 1.4 Encarnacion, Juan FLO 1.4 Lane,

30. A's Give Kotsay 3-year Extension - Baseball -
mark kotsay agreed to a threeyear contract extension with the Oakland Athleticson Saturday, baseball Section Front. • What controversy?
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A's give Kotsay 3-year extension
Oakland locks up reliable center fielder through 2008
OAKLAND, Calif. - Mark Kotsay agreed to a three-year contract extension with the Oakland Athletics on Saturday, keeping the reliable center fielder with the club through the 2008 season. The deal supercedes the final year of his current contract, a five-year deal through the 2006 season. "I think I'm going to be an Oakland A for a long time, I hope I am," Kotsay said. Kotsay, acquired after the 2003 season from San Diego for Ramon Hernandez and Terrence Long, was batting .278 with six home runs and 43 RBIs in 82 games with the A's this season heading into Saturday's game against the White Sox in Chicago. Prior to the extension, Kotsay was mentioned in several trade rumors. "Obviously there was a lot of rumors about me going to different places, but in the end I did realize I wanted to stay an Oakland A and be part of the process to hopefully win a championship here," said Kotsay, who has a no-trade clause through the 2006 season. Athletics general manager Billy Beane wasn't surprised by the interest the rest of the league had for Kotsay.

31. Kotsay's 5-hit Day Leads A's Over Mariners In 10 - Baseball -
Oakland s mark kotsay hits a single to drive in the winning run against Seattleon Saturday. baseball Section Front. • Manny crushes ball, face
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Oakland's Mark Kotsay hits a single to drive in the winning run against Seattle on Saturday. The A's triumphed 6-5 in 10 innings.
OAKLAND, Calif. - Mark Kotsay's slump is over. Kotsay matched his career high with five hits, including a game-winning single with two outs in the 10th inning to give the Oakland Athletics a 6-5 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday. "I wasn't trying to do too much," Kotsay said. "I just wanted to stay inside the ball. That was a huge at-bat. We haven't scored a lot of runs lately." Kotsay snapped out of a 1-for-22 slump with six hits in the past two games. "Kotsay has been unbelievable all year," said A's outfielder Eric Byrnes, who made a diving catch in foul territory to end the fifth. "He's been the one guy who has kept this thing floating when nobody else has been showing up." ALSO ON THIS STORY Mariners-Athletics box score Raul Ibanez's RBI single in the ninth off Oakland closer Octavio Dotel sent the game to extra innings. It was Dotel's first blown save in six chances.

32. 1998 Player Salaries - The Baseball Archive
Paul 170000 1998 LA NL kotsay, mark 171000 1998 Fla NL Kreuter, Chad 6750001998 CWS AL Krivda, Rick 205000 1998 Cle AL Kroon, Marc 176000 1998 SD NL

33. 98 NL Fielding - The Baseball Archive
1998 National League Fielding Final Statistics from The baseball Archive 8 0 0 0 1.000 kotsay,mark RF Fla 107 213 15 4 1 0.983 kotsay,mark CF Fla 46 132

34. Athletics Nation :: An Oakland A's Blog
This team is now has the third best record in baseball behind the White Sox andCardinals. I m truly concerned about mark kotsay s back.
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Top Plays of 2005? By Blez on Wed Sep 14th, 2005
I wanted to throw a topic out there to help out AN supporter Mychael Urban. The A's site is compiling a list of the Top 10 Video Highlights of the season AND Top 12 moments from the second half of the season. Obviously, Kendall's play in Texas, the sulk-off and Kielty's home run off the Goggle Pen make the list. What are the other top moments for you? Scot Shields throw on a Scutaro bunt probably makes the Top 10 Video Highlights. What else? Entry Link Comments
Residual Effects from Last Season By Blez on Wed Sep 14th, 2005
Ken Macha did what any player's manager would do. He went out to the mound and asked Barry Zito if he still wanted to stay in the game after 120+ pitches. Zito insisted he was fine and wanted to stay in. I think this was a result of last season's game 161 against the Angels when Zito had said that he was done and pulled himself from a game. He received a deluge of criticism at the time. People said over and over, Zito needs to grow a pair. Well, tonight you saw the residual effect of that game in Zito's psyche. He demanded to stay in the game. Granted, Macha could've overruled him, but that's also how you sometimes lose a player. Zito emphatically asked to stay in. He threw a good pitch to Belliard. It wasn't a hanger. If you've noticed throughout the season that Zito has been left in games whereas someone like Saarloos would've had a quick hook. And Zito has earned that as the veteran of the staff. The analytical side says, take him out there, but you engender the trust of a player when you give them the opportunity to succeed there. Belliard just hit a good pitch for a home run. And honestly, the bullpen hasn't been that much better of late.

35. Athletics Nation :: Baseball Prospectus's Reaction To Mulder Deal
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Baseball Prospectus's Reaction to Mulder Deal By Tony on Tue Dec 21st, 2004
This is from Baseball Prospectus: "The big news over the weekend was the A's sending Mark Mulder the Cardinals, the second time in three days that they'd traded one of their "Big Three" to an NL contender. At first, I though the A's made a poor deal, but I think that was largely a reflection of my not liking the trade of Tim Hudson to Atlanta. Once I evaluated the second deal on its merits, though, I not only found myself coming around on it, but beginning to see the transaction as part of a pattern that reflects a reversal by the A's. Mulder brought back right-handers Dan Haren and Kiko Calero and catching prospect Daric Barton. Barton has hit in the low minors, but may not be a catcher by the time he reaches Triple-A, much less the majors. He could end up as anything at this point, so consider just the pitchers for now. I'm not convinced that in 2005, Mark Mulder is going to be better than Dan Haren. Forget money. I think the indicators for the two pitchers are going in opposite directions, and with Mulder's health an open question, and his brutal second half fresh in memory, it's not hard for me to see Haren being more productive next year. He had better peripherals than Mulder, albeit in many fewer innings, he has fewer health questions and a strong skill set. The Cardinals paid the price for the name, and for the label of "#1 starter." A year ago, I wrote that the A's should have traded Barry Zito instead of Ted Lilly because the key in trading is to swap a player whose perceived value is greater than their actual value. That's exactly what they've done here; Mulder has win totals and innings and a reputation and a contract, but the gap between that and what he's actually worth right now is fairly large.

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... White Sox Sports Archive Auto racing Baseball Basketball ... Wrestling Columnists Banks Couch De Luca Mariotti ... Telander RSS feeds Baseball Thursday, September 15, 2005 Belliard's homer keeps Indians on red-hot roll Ronnie Belliard's three-run homer in the seventh inning on Barry Zito's 122nd and final pitch gave host Cleveland a 6-4 win over the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday night, keeping the Indians ahead of the AL wild-card pack and pulling them within five games of the AL Central-leading White Sox. Clemens pitches, wins with heavy heart Roger Clemens dug his spikes into the dirt and stared momentarily at the ground before throwing his first pitch. He knew his mother wanted him on the mound. ESPN, MLB deal: $2.368 billion ESPN will start a series of Monday night baseball broadcasts and gain greater flexibility to move games to Sunday nights under a new eight-year contract worth $2.368 billion. Wednesday, September 14, 2005

38. Baysball
by mark. I’m not usually one to rag on baseball players for getting paid too muchmoney — we don’t seem to Plus, mark kotsay is good enough, isn’t he? , part of the most valuable network , presents:
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February 10, 2005
No Way to San Jose
by Mark Commissioner Bud Selig has reiterated his position Posted at 09:48 PM Comments (10)
February 01, 2005
Greetings, Mr. Wolff
by Mark met with East Bay officials yesterday , and he said all the right things:
Wolff said he was prohibited by his contract from discussing any details until then, but he has said the team plans to stay in Oakland and is not looking to move to Santa Clara County, where officials are wooing it. Posted at 11:34 AM Comments (3)
January 18, 2005
Getting Paid
by Mark In other news, Octavio Dotel signed a one-year, $4.75 million deal, which seems about right for a reliever with his stuff and his track record. Posted at 05:40 PM Comments (8)
January 16, 2005
Captain America
by Ken Arneson You know, I hear other people , but I feel pretty fortunate in that respect. Eric Byrnes in the Dominican Republic is another example of her fine work. She deserves some props.

39. Straight A's: A's Lock Up Kotsay
I like mark kotsay. Under Billy Beane’s regime, he’s the kind of player the A’stypically have not pursued a wellrounded baseball player, someone who’s , part of the most valuable network , presents:
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July 11, 2005
by But in an age of bloated salaries, where Orlando Cabrera signs for $32 million over four years, and the likes of Carl Pavano and Jaret Wright can command $10 and seven million per, respectively, is $7.5 million an outlandish sum to pay for someone like Kotsay? His list of comparables, as these things tend to be, is interesting. Through age 28, here we go: 1. Amos Otis
2. Garry Maddox
3. Darin Erstad
4. Paul Blair
5. Zack Wheat
6. Chet Lemon
7. Lou Brock
8. Terry Puhl
9. Augie Galan
10. Carney Lansford So, judging by that list, Kotsay has a 20 percent chance of developing into a Hall-of-Famer (Zack Wheat and Lou Brock). Unlikely. worse Garry Maddox, a wonderful defensive centerfielder? OPS+ of 80 when he was 30, 77 when he was 31, bouncing back to 99 in his age-32 season, before gradually falling into part-time duty. Thru it all, he always provided value because of his defense and speed.
Posted on Jul 11, 2005 at 11:54 AM

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