Big all-city baseball player of the year: Ty Weeden

Oklahoman Published: June 11, 2006
Santa Fe's Weeden tops Big All-City team
Santa Fe catcher Ty Weeden helped Santa Fe to its sixth state tournament berth in seven years. Weeden hit .393 with 15 home runs and went 9-1 on the mound with 108 strikeouts. For that Weeden was named The Oklahoman's 2006 Big All-City Player of the Year. He spoke with Matt Patterson on high school baseball and his future.

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How has playing high school baseball in Oklahoma prepared you for what lies ahead?

"I think it's helped me a lot.

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