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Dick Howser Trophy


The Dick Howser Trophy is an award presented annually to the national College baseball player of the year, presented by the National College Baseball Writers Association. The award is named after Dick Howser, a collegiate and major league player and manager, who managed the Florida State Seminoles, New York Yankees and the World Series Champion Kansas City Royals, and who died of cancer in 1987 at the age of 51. The award was created in 1987 and the winners from 1987 to 1998 were selected by the American Baseball Coaches Association. In 1999 the NCBWA became the voting body and now presents the award together with the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce.


 
Year

2016 - Seth Beer, Clemson
2015 - Andrew Benintendi, Arkansas
2014 - AJ Reed, Kentucky
2013 - Kris Bryant, San Diego
2012 - Mike Zunino, Florida
2011 - Taylor Jungmann, Texas
2010 - Anthony Rendon, Rice
2009 - Stephen Strasburg, San Diego State
2008 - Buster Posey, Florida State        
2007 - David Price, Vanderbilt
2006 - Brad Lincoln, Houston
2005 - Alex Gordon, Nebraska
2004 - Jered Weaver, Long Beach State
2003 - Rickie Weeks, Southern
2002 - Khalil Greene, Clemson
2001 - Mark Prior, Southern California
2000 - Mark Teixeira, Georgia Tech
1999 - Jason Jennings, Baylor
1998 - Eddy Furniss, Louisiana State
1997 - J. D. Drew, Florida State
1996 - Kris Benson, Clemson
1995 - Todd Helton, Tennessee
1994 - Jason Varitek, Georgia Tech
1993 - Brooks Kieschnick, Texas
1992 - Brooks Kieschnick, Texas
1991 - Frank Rodriguez, Howard College
1990 - Alex Fern‡ndez, Miami-Dade Community College
1989 - Scott Bryant, Texas
1988 - Robin Ventura, Oklahoma State
1987 - Mike Fiore , Miami FL
 
 


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