Monday, October 14, 2013

Player Profile: Kash Beauchamp

I have one card of Kash Beauchamp, from 1989 ProCards. 

Playing career: Outfielder Kash Beauchamp, the Blue Jays first round draft pick in 1982, played 14 years in the minor leagues. In exactly 1000 games, he hit .282 with 74 HR and 414 RBI. A full account of his career and a detailed interview can be found at The Greatest 21 Days.

Interesting facts: Son of the late former major leaguer Jim Beauchamp, he played for his father on the 1989 International League champion Richmond Braves.

Where he is now: Hitting instructor at Perfect Practice Athletic Center in Oklahoma.

My memories: He shared some baseball card stories with this blog in 2010.

Google Autocomplete results: He is second when type Kash B, between Kash Best Thing I Never Had, referring to a ringtone of a Beyonce song, and Kash Boutique, a clothing shop in Texas. There do not appear to be any other prominent Kash Beauchamps.

Coming up next: The next profile will be Blake Beavan.

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