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28 Facts About Austin Nola
Austin Nola was drafted after his junior year in 2011, this time by the Toronto Blue Jays, but chose to finish his college career.
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Austin Nola spent the next few seasons rising through the Marlins' farm system, reaching the Triple A New Orleans Zephyrs in 2015.
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Austin Nola learned the position while playing in the Arizona Fall League, then began starting behind the plate full-time in 2017.
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Austin Nola made his major league debut with Seattle in June 2019.
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Austin Nola caught the Padres through the 2020 National League Wild Card Series, taking the team to the 2020 National League Division Series.
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Austin Nola took to baseball from an early age, often playing catch with his father in their backyard after school.
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Austin Nola made the varsity team as a freshman and led the team in hitting that year.
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Austin Nola returned to LSU as a junior in 2011, starting as the shortstop in all 56 games.
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Austin Nola played for Harwich again during the 2011 season, batting.
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Austin Nola returned to finish his senior year, while Aaron was starting as a freshman.
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Austin Nola signed with the team shortly thereafter, for a $75,000 signing bonus.
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Austin Nola played in 65 games during his rookie season, batting.
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In 2014, Austin Nola was assigned to the Double A Jacksonville Suns of the Southern League.
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Austin Nola returned to the Zephyrs in 2016, serving as the starting shortstop and the second batter in the batting order.
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Austin Nola spent time at third base, and practiced at second base to diversify his infield repertoire.
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Austin Nola started with the Double A Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, playing 54 games with them before receiving a promotion to which had changed its name from the Zephyrs to the Baby Cakes.
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Austin Nola signed a minor league contract with the Seattle Mariners on November 9,2018.
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Austin Nola was called up to the Mariners on June 16,2019, and made his major league debut the same day.
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Austin Nola played a variety of positions for the team, spending most of his time at first base, with appearances at second and third base, catcher, and left and right field.
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Austin Nola struck out swinging on three consecutive fastball pitches from Aaron.
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