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#33 Todd Brazeal
Position: First Baseman
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 230
Year: Senior
City/State: Tampa, FL
High School: Chamberlain HS
Todd Brazeal bio
Courtesy: USF
Release: 02/09/2012
Brazeal, Todd
Year
Avg
GP
GS
AB
R
H
2B
3B
HR
RBI
TB
SLG%
BB
HBP
SO
GDP
OB%
SF
SH
SB
ATT
PO
A
E
FLD%
2009
0.348
58
55
204
48
71
15
0
5
50
101
0.495
36
14
32
0
0.467
5
0
1
2
511
35
10
0.982
2010
0.277
54
51
184
25
51
12
0
5
39
78
0.424
18
15
42
0
0.382
3
0
1
1
419
26
5
0.989
2011
0.258
52
52
194
27
50
10
0
5
36
75
0.387
24
10
53
2
0.367
1
1
1
2
344
18
9
0.976
2012
0.233
51
47
163
16
38
6
0
3
28
53
0.325
23
3
39
8
0.337
1
1
2
2
26
1
0
1.000
TOTAL
0.281
215
205
745
116
210
43
0
18
153
307
0.412
101
42
166
10
0.391
10
4
5
7
1,300
80
24
0.986

2012: Started in 47 of the 51 games in which he appeared as either 1B or DH. Was amongst the team leaders in base on balls with 23 as well as RBI with 28.  Made a splash early in the season going 7-for-11 to open the season in the Big East-Big Ten Challenge earning him March Madness Big East Player of the Week.  

2011: Started in all 52 games in which he appeared...Hit .258 on the season with 27 runs driven in, a tie for the second most on the team...Tied for first on the team with five home runs and ten doubles...Collected two of those five homers against West Virginia (3/25), a game in which he had three hits and a season-high four RBI...Hit safely in eight-straight games from 4/3 at Villanova to 4/16 at Seton Hall...Recorded a season-high 19 putouts vs. Elon (2/27)...Led the team with 344 total putouts on the season...Had 11 multi-hit games, highlighted by two 3-hit outings.

2010:
Started 51 of the 54 games in which he appeared ... Hit .271 on the season with 39 runs driven in, good for second on the team... Fourth on the team with five home runs and 12 doubles... Collected his first career stolen base vs. North Florida on 3/23... Ended the season hitting safely in his last five games... His three-run homer against West Virginia in the second round of the BIG EAST Championship gave the Bulls the lead for good... Led the team with 11 multiple-RBI games... Had 15 multi-hit games, the third most on the team, highlighted by three 3-hit outings... Had a season-high four RBI in the Bulls win over Illinois on 2/27... Hit safely in six-straight games from 4/3 vs. Cincinnati to 4/15 at Rutgers.

2009 Awards
BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll-April 6, 2009
Named to the All Big East Third Team

2009: Started in 55 games and appeared in 58 games ... Started all 55 games at first base ... Led the team in number of multiple hit games with 27 and multiple RBI games with 16 ... Drove in a total of 50 runs which is the second most on the team ...  Scored a total of 48 runs which is the second most runs scored ... Accumulated a total of 36 walks, 15 doubles and 5 homeruns ... Batted .348 which was the third highest on the team ...  Highest batting average on the team against lefthanders with an average of .362 ... Batted .338 when batting with two outs which was the second highest batting average on the team ... Tied for first in number of two out RBIs with 17 ... His batting average of .360 with runners on base is the second highest average on the team ... Second on the team in number of doubles scored with 15 ... His slugging percentage of .495 was the second highest on the team ... Lead the team in on base percentage with an average of .467 ... Second on the team in RBIs per game with an average of .86 ... Second on the team in runs scored per game with an average of .83 ... Batted .324 in BIG EAST games ... Recorded 33 hits in BIG EAST games which was the third highest on the team ... Drove in 26 runs in BIG EAST games which was the second highest on the team ... Walked 15 times in BIG EAST games which was the second highest number of walks on the team ...  .500 slugging percentage and a .437 on base percentage in BIG East games ... Batted .353 in The BIG EAST Tournament ... Played and started in four BIG EAST tournament games ... Scored a total of six runs in The BIG EAST Tournament which was the second highest on the team ... Total of six hits in The BIG EAST Tournament which is the third highest on the team ... Four RBIs in The BIG EAST Tournament which is tied for second most on the team ... Led the team in slugging percentage in BIG EAST tournament with a .529 ... Third in the BIG EAST in number of putouts with 250 ... Second in chances in the BIG EAST with 274 ... Two runs, two hits, two doubles and one walk against Samford (2/27) ... Two runs, three hits, one RBI and two doubles against Towson (3/1) ... One run, two hits, two RBIs and two double against Rutgers (3/21) ... Two runs, two hits, three RBIs and one double against Rutgers (3/22) ... Four runs, three hits, five RBIs and two homeruns against Pittsburgh (4/4) ... Had a total of four runs, two hits, one RBI and three walks against Pittsburgh (5/20).

2008 Summer:
In 27 games, he batted .253 with 21 hits and 13 RBI for the Eastern Division Champion Glens Falls Golden Eagles of the New York Collegiate Baseball League ... The Golden Eagles ended the season in the best of three series, losing two games to one, to the Brockport Riverbats in the 2008 New York Collegiate Baseball League Championship ... Tagged six doubles and one home run, drawing nine walks and being hit by three pitches ... He posted a .361 slugging percentage and a .347 on base percentage while scoring 13 runs, stealing six bases... Collected five hits, including a double and a home run, and had a pair of stolen bases in the playoffs.

2008:
Utilized medical redshirt season at USF.

High School:
Highly rated prospect coming out of high school as he was ranked as the No. 112 top prospect by Baseball America, No. 130 by Prospects Plus and No. 357 out of the top 500 college and high school prospects in the class of 2007 ...  Four-time all-Hillsborough County player ... A four-year baseball letterwinner at Chamberlain High ... Selected to the All-Saladino tournament team as an infielder ... Two-year All-Western Conference 2006 and 2007 ... As a freshman was selected to the Tampa Tribune All-Hillsborough County (second team) baseball squad ... A Top 300 player ... 2007 all-star selection ... As a freshman batted .586 ... As a junior, hit .398 with 22 RBIs ... As a senior posted a .419 average with 26 RBI ... Also a letterwinner in basketball ... Honor roll student throughout high school.

Personal:
Full name is Todd Leon Brazeal ... Born Sept. 25, 1988 in Tampa, Fla. ... Son of Tammy and Jack ... Two brothers, Chris and Eric ... Enjoys fishing and golf.

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