|11 Jason Rainey
Broke into the starting lineup after a very impressive fall practice...started all 62 games on the season...set a Texas Tech single-season record for number of triples (9)...tallied 76 hits on 232 at-bats...scored 69 times...had 17 doubles...led the team with 13 home runs...team-high 18 stolen bases...had .947 fielding percentage...107 putouts...58 RBI
1998-99 at Paris J.C.
Played two seasons at Paris Junior College in Paris, Texas where he played for coach Derou Clark … selected to Texas-New Mexico Junior College Coaches Association All-Star Game … hit .368 with four home runs as a freshman in 1998 … led team to 22-30 record in 1998 and 30-22 record in 1999
A 1997 graduate of Cooper High School in Cooper, Texas where he played baseball for Rodney Rainey and football for Joey Florence … named 1997 District MVP and 1996 First Team All-State outfielder … batted .586 with seven home runs as a senior … led team to district and bi-district title with 14-1 record as a senior … led team to 1996 football district title in 1996 and was named District MVP and All-Red River Valley MVP … rushed for 712 yards and passed for 892 yards as a junior in 1996 … member of the National Honor Society as its Vice President.
Born Jason Trent Rainey on June 11, 1979 in Paris, Texas … son of Rodney and Kim Rainey … has two brothers Jaron (22) and Timothy (12) … hobbies and interests include playing baseball, football, lifting weights, fishing and exercising … father is a professor and baseball coach at East Texas State University.
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