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Seven Former UVA Baseball Players on MLB Playoff Teams

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Ryan Zimmerman and Sean Doolittle were teammates at UVa back in 2005 Ryan Zimmerman and Sean Doolittle were teammates at UVa back in 2005
21 saves this season for Nationals 21 saves this season for Nationals
Chris Taylor had a career-high 21 home runs this season Chris Taylor had a career-high 21 home runs this season
Mark Reynolds had 30 home runs this season Mark Reynolds had 30 home runs this season
Derek Fisher played in 53 MLB games as a rookie Derek Fisher played in 53 MLB games as a rookie

There are seven former UVa baseball players on major league baseball teams this year set to play in the postseason.  That is the most players from any college in the MLB playoffs and the most UVA players in any MLB postseason.

Chris Taylor, Dodgers:  21 home runs, 72 RBI.   Played five different positions in the field this season for L.A.

Mark Reynolds, Rockies: 30 home runs, 97 RBI.   Batted .267, third highest batting average of his 11-year MLB career

Ryan Zimmerman, Nationals: 36 home runs, 108 RBI.   .303 BA.    36 HR were the most in his 13-year MLB career.

Sean Doolittle, Nationals:  Made 30 appearances with the Nats.   Was a perfect 21-for-21 in save opportunities until suffering his first blown save.  21 saves, 2.40 ERA.

Derek Fisher, Astros:  5 home runs and 17 RBI in 53 games played as a rookie.

Brandon Guyer, Indians: 2 home runs, 20 RBI in 70 games played.

Kyle Crockett, Indians: pitched in four games this season.