Matt White (minor league pitcher)

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Matt White (born William Marshall Todd) attended Oakland high School from 1993–1996. He had a .486 Batting Average n high school. He was named USA Today 's Baseball Player of the Year. He was also named Gatorade's TennesseePlayer of the Year.

Todd was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 1996 amateur draft, in 1997 Todd played in 22 minor league games during his career. He never played in the major leagues.

He was selected Tennessee Player of the year twice and was heavily recruited his sophomore and junior year, coach Mack Hawks added that Todd may have been most talented player he had ever coached.

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