Mike Kelly
Class of 1988

Hometown: Los Alamitos
Current Residence: Phoenix, Arizona

After earning all-CIF honors at Los Alamitos, Mike Kelly put together one of the best three-year careers in the history of Arizona State baseball… he was a career .350 hitter with 197 runs scored, 46 doubles, 194 RBI and 46 home runs… his 46 home runs are second in ASU career history, behind former Major Leaguer Bob Horner… at the time of his induction into the ASU Hall of Fame, Kelly also ranked sixth with his 194 RBI and ninth with his 197 runs scored… he was a three-time All-American during his playing career, including winning the 1991 Golden Spikes Award and was the consensus 1990 National Player of the Year… his 1990 season when he hit .376 with 17 doubles, six triples, 21 home runs and 82 RBI ranks among the top individual efforts in college baseball history… he was also the 1990 Pac-10 Player of the Year… Kelly was the second overall selection in the 1991 Draft by the Atlanta Braves and went on to play parts of six seasons in the Major Leagues with four different teams.

 

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