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Brandon Hughes
Brandon  Hughes


Sterling Heights, Mich.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 206





Five Former Spartan Baseball Players Sign MLB Contracts

Players In Action Across Country From New York To Oregon, Montana To Gulf Coast


Three Spartans Selected In MLB Draft Final Day

Hughes, Witt, Mockbee all chosen


Michigan State Baseball Presents 2017 Team Awards

Durkin and Hughes voted as co-recipients of the John Kobs Most Valuable Player honor.


Five Spartans Collect All-Big Ten Accolades

Durkin, Hughes, Roskelly and Troop tabbed to All-Big Ten second team, Kelley on all-freshman list


Spartans in Collegiate Summer Leagues

Spartans will be playing in leagues around the country.


Notre Dame vs. Michigan State

Notre Dame vs. Michigan State, April 19, 2016


2015 Baseball Alumni Day

Michigan State vs. Penn State Alumni Reunion Day May 9, 2015 | East Lansing, Mich.

Career Stats | Game-by-Game Statistics: 2017 | 2016 |2015

2017 (JUNIOR): Earned second-team All-Big Ten honors ... Voted co-recipient of the John Kobs Most Valuable Player team award ... Also voted as the Kirk Gibson Offensive Player of the Year and the Danny Litwhiler Defensive Player of the Year for MSU ... Led the B1G and ranked seventh in the NCAA with 30 stolen bases, setting a new MSU single-season record ... Also led the B1G and ranks third in NCAA with 0.63 stolen bases per game ... Hughes started in 48 games this season ... Hit three home runs at Illinois on March 26, including two left-handed and one right-handed, becoming just one of three players in the NCAA to hit a home run from each side of the plate this season ... Was named Collegiate Baseball’s National Players Of The Week as well as a USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award Gold Standard Performance of the Week on March 26 for his performance at Illinois ... Also led the B1G for most RBI in a single-game with seven vs. Illinois on March 26 as part of his three home run performance ... Was tied for eighth in the B1G with five HR in conference games ... Finished season with a .330 batting average, which was second on MSU and tied for 12th in the B1G, and was also tied for ninth in the league with 67 hits ... Had an MSU season-best 15-game hit streak from April 26 - May 19, snapped in the season finale, but did draw a walk in that game to finish season with a 16-game on base streak ... Tallied 12 doubles, one triple and five home runs, totalling 35 RBI ... All five home runs were in B1G action ... Posted a .473 slugging percentage and a .382 on base percentage ... Defensively, registered four assists in making 111 putouts.

2015 (FRESHMAN): Voted to the All-Big Ten Freshman Team ... Posted a .280 batting average and 27 RBIs ... His six home runs tied for second on the team and were tops among rookie outfielders in the conference ... Hit .312 in Big Ten play ... Saw the most action of any Spartan freshman, appearing in 56 games with 55 starts ... Made seven appearances on the mound totaling 6.1 innings, finishing the season with a 7.11 ERA ... Finished the season with hits in 15 of 17 games and 24 of the final 27 ... Recorded two RBIs and a double vs. New Mexico (2/13) in his collegiate debut ... Walked twice and had a RBI vs. Oregon State (2/14) ... Went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and a double in a win over Clemson on March 11 ... Homered for the first time in his areer against Furman (3/14) ... Recorded an eight game hitting streak from March 21 to April 1 ... Went 1-for-5 with a three-run home run and four RBI at Rutgers on April 18 ... Had a hit in every game in five of eight conference series.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner for Coach Joe Emanuele at Sterling Heights Stevenson ... Garnered first-team all-state, all-region, all-league and all-district honors as a junior and senior; Batted .386 with 22 RBIs and seven extra-base hits, while also compiling a 1.85 ERA in 11.1 innings on the mound during his junior campaign ... Second-team all-state selection as a pitcher during his sophomore campaign in addition to all-region and all-district accolades ... Helped Stevenson to the high school state finals as a freshman (31-7) and junior (28-9) ... Senior team captain for both baseball and basketball ... Ranked the No. 5 player in the state by Michigan Baseball Prospects, No. 8 by Perfect Game and No. 13 by Prep Baseball Report

PERSONAL: Son of Mike and Kim Hughes ... Chose Michigan State over Michigan ... Plans to major in kinesiology


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