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24   Dennis Guinn
Dennis Guinn


Haines City, FL

High School:
Winter Haven HS




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2007: Named to the Brooks Wallace Award Watch List...appeared in 45 games in 2007, starting all but two...posted a .286 batting average with 44 hits, 13 doubles, five home runs and 37 RBIs...suffered a tear to the PCL (posterior cruciate ligament) of his right knee on a diving attempt in left field in the series finale against Virginia Tech...returned to the starting line-up in game one of the Clemson series starting as the DH after missing 10 aggravated his right knee injury in his third at-bat against the Tigers...returned to action in a pinch hitting role in the third game of the ACC Tournament....started all four games of the Tallahassee Regional at the DH position hitting a home runs and driving in four runs...made 30 starts in left field and 13 as the designated hitter...hit in the number five spot in 41 games...hit home runs in back-to-back games (NC State - 4/8 and Jacksonville - 4/10)...registered his first three-hit game of the season in the series finale against Hofstra...hit safely in seven consecutive games (2/16 - 2/25)...registered 13 multi-hit games in 2007...had the game-winning RBI in game three against Wake Forest...tied his career-high for hits with four against Boston College...set a career-high with three doubles in game one...went a perfect 4-for-4 and 3-for-3 in games one and three, respectively against Boston College...hit .328 in 16 league games while posting a slugging percentage of .574...was perfect from the field on 56 opportunities to go along with four assists.

2006: The top returning power threat for Florida State...had a break-out year in his first season as a starter...the only Seminole to win ACC Player of the Week in 2006...three-time member of the College Baseball Foundation Honor Roll...was in the top five of 10 different offensive categories...third among ACC players in RBIs, seventh in home runs and total bases and in the top 10 for slugging percentage led the team in RBIs , doubles and home runs...second on the team in slugging percentage and total bases...joins J.D. Drew and Jeremy Morris as just the third player in FSU history with three grand slams in a season and is the youngest Seminole to ever accomplish that feat...led the team with seven sac flies...had just 31 K's in 236 at bats...the fastest to reach 50 RBIs in a season since Ryan Barthelemy in 2002...led the team with 21 two-out RBIs...second on the team with a .371 average versus right-handed pitchers and .355 average with runners on base...went 7-for-17 for a .412 average with the bases loaded...hit .402 with runners in scoring position...recorded an RBI in 14 straight games, the longest streak at FSU since 1999...his 14-game hitting streak was the second-longest by an FSU player in 2006...had a hit in 22 of 25 games at one point during the 2006 season...led the Seminoles with 16 multi-RBI games and was third on the squad with 25 multi-hit games...started 26 ACC games for FSU missing only the Boston College series due to illness...second on the team behind All-American Shane Robinson for batting average in conference games...led the team in RBIs and triples, second in slugging percentage, hits and homers and third in total bases in conference games...sixth in the ACC in triples in conference play and eighth in hits...hit at least .329 versus both lefties and righties...led the team hitting with runners in scoring position and was second among starters in average with runners on...led the squad with a .429 average with the bases loaded...reached base 48% of the time when leading off an inning.

2005: A reserve first baseman who appeared in 16 games with 10 at-bats...appeared in two ACC games during the regular season as he entered the game as a pinch hitter and finished the game at first base in a victory over Virginia Tech and against NC State in the regular season finale...drew two walks in two plate appearances in Florida State's victory over St. Joseph's in Tallahassee...scored his first career run in the Seminoles' victory over Appalachian State...appeared as a pinch hitter in the Seminoles' game against Georgia Tech in the ACC Tournament semifinals.

HIGH SCHOOL: A two-time first team All-State player in both 4A and 1A...District 5A Player of the Year and a second team All-State selection as a junior...Winter Haven High School was state runner up his senior year when he hit .476 with six home runs and 52 a junior batted .480 with seven home runs and 49 RBIs...sophomore year hit .535 with seven home runs and 56 RBIs.

PERSONAL: Son of Dennis Guinn, Sr....has a sister Brittany...major is social science...born on August 2, 1985.

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