Kevin Mench

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Kevin Mench was a major league outfielder for eight years, clubbing 98 home runs with a career OPS of .798. In his breakout season of 2004, he hit 26 home runs for
the Texas Rangers, with a slugging percentage of .539. A year later, he hit 25 home runs. In 2006, he became the first major league right-handed batter to homer in seven consecutive games. He led the
NCAA with 33 home runs as a University of Delaware junior in 1998, when he was a consensus all-American, and was named Division I Player of the Year by Collegiate Baseball Magazine. Mench played at
St. Mark’s High School. The America East Rookie of the Year in 1997 and Player of the Year in 1998 and 1999, he is a member of the University of Delaware Athletic Hall of Fame. He was inducted into
the Delaware Baseball Hall of Fame in 2015.



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