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And there's a good reason Byler has that big brother feel for the Wolf Pack. He's had a lot of practice. The year-old slugging first baseman has five younger siblings, two biological and three adopted. His Facebook page is littered with pictures of his family. His Twitter profile picture is of him propping his younger sister on his broad shoulders. For the Wolf Pack baseball star, family has always come first.
When he comes home, they all want to be the one sitting next to him at dinner. Byler has taken that family feel to Nevada and helped the Wolf Pack to a bounce-back season this year.
Picked to finish fifth out of seven teams in the preseason Mountain West poll, Nevada , is tied for second entering a four-game nonconference series at Utah, which begins at 5 p. He's more than simply led Nevada in the clubhouse. The lefty slugger has given the team a big middle-of-the-lineup bat. Riding a game tear, Byler is hitting.
In conference play, Byler has as many homers by himself six than five of the other six MWC schools do as a team. He's become one of college's top hitters. Special power.
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But Austin is right up there with a lot of the good players I've seen and coached in terms of being able to drive the ball with some authority. That power has been there from the start. But interest from pro and college teams was always tame. He hit. He had 25 extra-base hits in just 83 plate appearances and was intentionally walked 28 times in 31 games. But nobody was interested.
Despite being named the Arizona player of the year — and putting on a major power display, including drilling a ball off the scoreboard on the first pitch of the state title game at the Dodgers' spring training facility — not only were the pros uninterested in Byler, but colleges weren't hot on him, either. The sticking point was his position.
Everybody liked his size 6-foot-3, pounds and power, but he was an awkward athlete, albeit a good one. During his three seasons at Nevada, Byler, who has played first and third base, has quelled those doubts, in addition to any doubts over his hitting ability. In career games, Byler is a.
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Baseball America lists him as the 19th-best college hitting prospect. They all said the same thing: 'Man, why didn't we sign him? For the past half-decade, the lack of interest from big-league and college teams has been a driving force for Byler.
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Part of the reason he had a successful senior season in high school is because he had a chip on his shoulder from the lack of interest. But when Byler steps off the field, the animosity disappears. It goes back to his family-first upbringing. When Byler played for Gardner, the coach had two young sons. After every game, Byler made sure to say hi to the youngsters and play with them to make sure they felt special.
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