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    Nathan Hanson

    Nathan Hanson
    Bats: Right
    Throws: Right
    Height: 6'0"
    Weight: 195 lbs.

    Nathan Alan Hanson was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 28th Round in the 2008 draft. No stranger to things Minnesotan, Hanson is from Chanhassen, MN, and played baseball for the University of Minnesota.

    Hanson has three years of service time. He is listed as a 2nd Basemen for the AA New Britain Rock Cats and is currently hitting .277/.364/.340. In 2009, Hanson pitched one inning of scoreless baseball for the Beloit Snappers.

    (Sources: Baseball-Reference.com; Rockcats.com)
    Last edited by Axel Kohagen; 04-18-2013 at 09:19 PM.

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    Hanson was born in California and moved to Minnesota in his early years. Went to Eden Prairie high school. A bit of a hockey fan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seth Stohs View Post
    Hanson was born in California and moved to Minnesota in his early years. Went to Eden Prairie high school. A bit of a hockey fan!
    Fixed the error, Seth. Sorry about that. It may actually be wrong at Baseball-Reference.

    Nathan Hanson Minor League Statistics & History - Baseball-Reference.com

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    UPDATE: Per his wife's Twitter, Nathan Hanson has been promoted to Rochester. Congratulations!

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    In his first game in Rochester, Hanson hit his first AAA home run!

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    After joining the Red Wings and hitting a home run in his first game against Syracuse, Hanson is hitting .300/.364/.600 in three games. He's walked once and struck out twice in 10 AB.

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    Hanson collected a couple hits in the Red Wings' series against Buffalo. On May 2nd, he went 2 for 5 against Columbus with a HR and 3 RBIs. He's currently hitting .279/.347.407.

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    May has not been kind to Nathan Hanson. He's currently hitting .234/.312/.331. He's gone 3 for 29 in his last 10 games.

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    Demoted to AA, playing tonight.
    DJ Romero was promoted, according to league transactions.

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    Now with New Britain, Nathan Hanson has hit .222/.282/.389 in his last ten games with the team, putting his yearly totals at .230/.299/.333.

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    Not looking good for him. I don't predict the team will be platooning Sano.

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    Hanson has hit .265/.297/.588 in his last 10 games at New Britain.

    On June 9th, he went 3 for 5 with a 2B and HR. Then, on June 15th he went 2 for 3 with a 2B and a HR.

    His current minor league average is .249/.313/.392.

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    .277 BAve since his demotion back to AA w/2hr 12rbi in 19gms (65ab's)

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    Since June 20th, Hanson has gone 12 for 38 and hit .316/.366/.474. His 2013 average, including his time at Rochester, is .267/.327/.408.

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    Hanson's had a rough ten games, hitting .133/.325/.167 over his last 10 games and 30 at bats.

    For the year, he is hitting .249/.326/.393.

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