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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Thursday, May 6, 2010

CBB: Bonds, Winfield, Clark named to College World Series Legends Team

Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS — Barry Bonds, Dave Winfield and Will Clark have been selected to the NCAA's College World Series Legends Team.

Twenty-five players and three coaches were chosen by members of the National Baseball Writers Association, The Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald and the NCAA in commemoration of the final CWS being played at Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium next month.

Other familiar names on the list include Bob Horner, Nomar Garciaparra, Robin Ventura, Fred Lynn, Terry Francona and Burt Hooton. Current players on the list include Pat Burrell, Huston Street and J.D. Drew.

LSU's Skip Bertman, Southern Cal's Rod Dedeaux and Augie Garrido, who worked at Cal State-Fullerton and Texas, were selected as coaches.


The following players and coaches were named to the College World Series Legends Team based solely on their performances during the CWS:

1B—Will Clark, Mississippi State, 1985; Dustin Ackley, North Carolina, 2007-09

2B—Bob Horner, Arizona State, 1976-78; Todd Walker, LSU, 1993-94

SS—Spike Owen, Texas, 1981-82; Nomar Garciaparra, Georgia Tech, 1994; x-Darwin Barney, Oregon State, 2005-07

3B—Sal Bando, Arizona State, 1964-65; Robin Ventura, Oklahoma State, 1986-87; x-Pat Burrell, Miami, 1996-98

C—Landon Powell, South Carolina, 2002-04; Ryan Garko, Stanford, 2001-03

OF—Fred Lynn, Southern Cal, 1971-73; Dave Winfield, Minnesota, 1973; Terry Francona, Arizona, 1979-80; Barry Bonds, of, Arizona State, 1983-84; Mark Kotsay, of, Cal State-Fullerton, 1994-95; J.D. Drew, of, Florida State, 1995

DH—Pete Incaviglia, Oklahoma State, 1983-85; Brooks Kieschnick, Texas, 1992-93

P—Steve Arlin, Ohio State, 1965-66; Burt Hooton, p, Texas, 1969-70; x-Eddie Bane, p, Arizona State, 1972-73; Huston Street, p, Texas, 2002-04; Jason Windsor, p, Cal State-Fullerton, 2004

Coaches—Skip Bertman, LSU, 1986-87, 89-91, 93-94, 96-98, 2000; Rod Dedeaux, Southern Cal, 1951, 55, 58, 60-61, 63-64, 66, 68, 70-74, 78; Augie Garrido, Cal State-Fullerton and Texas, 1975, 79, 82, 84, 92, 94-95 / 2000, 02-05, 09

x-Utility players