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Sheldon Andrens

1966 Alaska Goldpanners
Roster Statistics Results Schedule

Member of the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame
Class of 2004

Nickname "Shelly"
Out of Southern California
Home Los Angeles, CA
H/W;B/T 5-6 / 140 ;
1967 Draft 25th Rd. 482nd Overall (CIN)

"As a baseball player, I was 5'6" 140 pounds and a Yankee fan. My idols were Mickey Mantle and of course Phil Rizzuto. Heart and true desire are qualities that can carry a player to places he only dreams of...Cooperstown for one. The passing of Phil Rizzuto leaves a sadness in all of the Yankee family. I enjoyed the words of Michael Kay today on the Yankee broadcast. We are really celebrating a wonderful life and a great human being, who just happened to play a little baseball along the way. Thank you Phil for being a great part of our lives. When you took the field, your heart was 6'4"  8/15/7

 

1966 Roster | H.A. 'Red' Boucher • Lyle Olsen // Mike Adamson • Sheldon Andrens • Bob Boone • Jim Corbin • Alan Diamond • Ron Drake • Bob Gallagher • Greg Garrett • Jim Hannah • Pat Harrison • Tom House • Bill Lee • George Mies • Harry Morse • Jim Nettles • Mike Paul • Rod Poteete • Chuck Ramshaw • Don Rose • Rich Schaffer • Bill Seinsoth • Buzz Schafer • Ron Shotts • Ed Southard • Dave Tallman • Emmitt Wilson | All-Time Roster • All-Time Lineups

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  • In 1963, his senior year at Hamilton High School, baseball star Sheldon Andrens was first team All-City, Western League “Player of the Year”, and Hamilton “Athlete of the Year”
  • USC Letter Winner in 65-66-67
  • In 1967, the last of has three years as a USC Trojan, the 5’6” Shelly was named All-Coast centerfielder. 
  • He was drafted out of USC by the Cincinnati Reds in 1967 and played in their minor league system through 1974.  Shelly won Silver Gloves in 1968 and 1969 (just one error in 530 chances in centerfield).

 

 


1966 Alaska Goldpanners
Roster Statistics Results Schedule

 

 

 

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