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Cody Ross is from a small town in southeast New Mexico called “Carlsbad”. There isn’t much there except desert and a cave, but one thing is for sure, the town loves its baseball.
Cody J. Ross…wife’s name is Summer…graduated from Carlsbad High School in 1999, earning Baseball America‘s Second-Team High School All-American honors during his senior season…batted .525 (34-for-60) with 12 home runs, 45 RBI and 15 stolen bases…also threw a perfect game during his high school career…batted against Phil Mickelson in the golfer’s tryout with the Toledo Mud Hens in 2003…originally signed by Tigers’ scout Jim Olander.
Assistant Varsity coach Bobby Click had this to say about Cody:
“…a great athlete. Extremely strong, quick and has a tremendous arm. He is a bulldog between the white lines. He is a great team leader and a money player.”
Cody’s favorite player is Ken Griffey Jr., who he named his dog after. Cody had the unlucky luck to go on the DL just after getting traded from L.A. to the Reds. While on the DL, guess who else was on DL? Yep, Cody got to work out with Griffey Jr. while they were “healing”. Now there’s a dream come true.