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|Third baseman / Catcher|
January 17, 1971 |
Long Beach, California, USA
|April 3, 1996, for the Atlanta Braves|
|Last MLB appearance|
|August 29, 2003, for the Philadelphia Phillies|
|Runs batted in||253|
In 700 games, Houston tallied 479 hits, 63 home runs and 253 RBIs for a .265 batting average.
In the 1989 MLB June draft, Houston was drafted second overall (first was Ben McDonald) and was the first high school player chosen. He graduated from Valley High School in Las Vegas, Nevada.
On Sunday July 9, 2000, Houston hit three home runs against the Detroit Tigers. Willie Blair pitched for six innings and gave up Houston's first two home runs. Jeff Weaver gave up the third (440 ft). It was the first time in Brewers' history to receive a curtain call.
He now coaches Cedar High School, in Cedar City Utah.
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