Lance Berkman was a standout player in college, and, in 1997, was named National College Player of the Year and a first team All-America by Collegiate Basketball Magazine, Baseball America, and The Sporting News. Berkman’s 41 home runs in 1997 ranked third in NCAA history.
The first professional Lance Berkman appearance after being drafted by the Houston Astros was with their “A” minor league affiliate, Kissimmee. In 1998, he was promoted to class “AA” Jackson and then to “AAA” New Orleans Zephyris in the mid-season. In 1999, Berkman made his debut in the Houston Astros lineup.
Since ascending to the majors, Berkman has been one of the most successful switch hitters in league history. He’s one of only two switch hitters to ever have 40 or more homeruns in multiple seasons (the other being the legendary Mickey Mantle).
Lance Berkman Speaker
As a regular All-Star selection, two-time National League Player of the Month selection, and two-time National League Player of the Week selection, Berkman’s success is well documented, and possible Lance Berkman speaker topics can include discussion of the several records he holds, ranging from most single season RBIs to most home runs in day games at Minute Maid Park.
Lance Berkman Appearance
Berkman’s superb baseball talent can be seen in the number of All-Star selections he has. There was a Lance Berkman appearance in the 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, and 2008 All-Star games.
Lance Berkman Endorsement
Fierce, sleek, powerful, and quick, a Lance Berkman endorsement will definitely embody the characteristics of “The Big Puma,” as he is known by fans nationwide.
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