Baseball: List of Inquirer Player of the Year selections

Inquirer Baseball Player of the Year

2013: Jim Haley, Bonner-Prendergast, SS

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Chris Lubanski, a hard-hitting centerfielder for Kennedy-Kenrick, was The Inquirer's baseball player of the year in 2003.

2012: Joe Ravert, Malvern Prep, P-1B

2011: Mike Ozcypok, Spring-Ford, P-IB

2010: Sean Coyle, Germantown Academy, SS

2009: Eric Ruth, North Penn, P

2008: Pete Hissey, Unionville, OF

2007: Kyle Greenwalt, Souderton, P

2006: Brian Herman, Conwell-Egan, P-SS

2005: Matt Zielinski, La Salle, P

2004: Sean Grieve, Germantown Academy, P-OF

2003: Chris Lubanski, Kennedy-Kenrick, OF

2002: Aaron Greenfield, Penn Charter, C (City)

         Mike Costanzo, Archbishop Carroll, 3B-P (Suburban)

2001: Ron Clarkson, Lincoln, P (City)

         Scott Tyler, Downingtown, P (Suburban)

2000: Ed Durfor, Frankford, P-OF-1B (City)

         Bryan Haggerty, Hatboro-Horsham, P-OF (Bucks/Mongtomery Co.)

          Scott Rambo, Downingtown, P-INF (Chester Co.)

          Taylor Buchholz, Springfield-D (Main Line/Delaware Co.)

1999: Steve Harris, St. Joseph's Prep, OF (City)

         Dan Hooton, Wissahickon, P (Bucks/Montgomery Co.)

         Jim Fuchs, Archbishop Carroll, 1B-P (Main Line/Delaware Co.)

         Gerard Oakes, Arcbhishop Carroll, OF-P (Main Line/Delaware Co.)

         Dan Newton, Coatesville, INF-P (Chester Co.)

1998: Kris Dufner, Father Judge, SS (City)

         Chuck Bechtel, Spring-Ford, 3B-P (Bucks/Montgomery Co.)

         Dan D'Amato, Coatesville, P (Chester Co.)

         Pat Sillup, Archbishop Carroll, OF-P (Main Line/Delaware Co.)

1997: Kevin McGerry, Father Judge, SS (City)

         Kevin Wilson, Holy Ghost Prep, SS (Bucks/Montgomery Co.)

         Lance Ziegler, Coatesville, P-INF (Chester Co.)

1996: Dan Smyth, Bristol, OF (Bucks/Montgomery Co.)

         Jay Aquilante, Archbishop Carroll, SS-P (Main Line/Delaware Co.)

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