Kevin Stocker

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Kevin Douglas Stocker

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Kevin Stocker played eight years in the major leagues, appearing exclusively as a shortstop. He was in the 1993 World Series as a rookie, a year when he hit .324 during the regular season with the Philadelphia Phillies after joining the team in early July. Stocker was traded to the Tampa Bay Devil Rays for Bobby Abreu, right after Tampa Bay selected Abreu from the Houston Astros with the sixth pick in the 1997 expansion draft.

He is one of two major leaguers named Stocker, with the other being Mel Stocker.

Stocker later became a commentator for Pac-10 baseball on CBS-college TV, also calling the Corvallis Regional in the 2022 CWS Regionals for ESPN.

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