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Examples of "widlansky"
Widlansky is the son of Richard and Brina Widlansky, and was born in Plantation, Florida. He has two brothers, Josh and Ari.
Robbie Widlansky was named the 2007 Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year. Widlansky finished the 2007 season with a .433 batting average, 15 home runs, 69 RBIs, and started all 55 games for the Owls. Widlansky broke FAU single season records for: hits (101) and total bases (170).
Robbie Widlansky won the Sun Belt Conference Batting Title (.433).
In September 2012, Widlansky played on Team Israel in the qualifying round to the World Baseball Classic. Widlansky did not appear in the first, or second games of the tournament. During the third and final game of the qualifier, Widlansky entered the game as a pinch hitter for Cody Decker and was intentionally walked, and stayed in the game in left field, and again walked during his second at bat.
The record of most RBIs in a single month was set by Robbie Widlansky in July 2008.
Widlansky has played Triple A ball for the Orioles and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Through 2013, in his minor league career he had a .283 batting average with 271 runs, 141 doubles, 46 home runs, and 334 RBIs in 615 games. Widlansky served as an Assistant Baseball Coach at Florida Atlantic University for the 2014 – June 2015 season.
Robert Eric Widlansky (born November 6, 1984) is a minor league baseball outfielder playing most recently for the Somerset Patriots of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball.
Widlansky was drafted in the 11th round (339 overall) in the 2007 MLB draft by the Baltimore Orioles. He was assigned to the Aberdeen IronBirds of the New York–Penn League as a left fielder. While playing for the Ironbirds, Widlansky broke the team record for most RBIs in a single month in July 2008. Widlansky was chosen by fans to be on the American League roster of the 2008 New York–Penn League All-Star Game. On August 20, 2008, he was promoted to Class-A Delmarva Shorebirds, for whom he played 12 games.
Junior outfielder Robbie Widlansky was named a "2007 Louisville Slugger All-American", becoming the 11th FAU baseball player to be honored as an All-American.
In 2010, Widlansky was promoted to the Class AA Bowie Baysox. He did not play a complete season due to a fractured left ankle.
In college, he won the Sun Belt Conference batting title his senior season, with a Florida Atlantic University (FAU) school-record .430 average. Widlansky was named the Sun Belt Player of the Year, and an NCAA All-American.
In 2007 Robbie Widlansky won the Sun Belt Conference batting title his senior season (.430 average; breaking the school's season record), and Sun Belt Player of the Year, NCAA All-American honors, and First-Team All-Conference honors.
Widlansky was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 11th round of the 2007 MLB first-year player draft. With the Aberdeen IronBirds of the New York–Penn League, he broke the team record for most RBIs in a single month in July 2008, and was chosen to play in the 2008 New York–Penn League All-Star Game. In 2009 at Class A Advanced Frederick Keys he was named the Carolina League's Offensive Player of the Week three times, and the Player of the Month for August. Widlansky won the Carolina League batting title with a .340 batting average, and was named the Orioles' 27th-top prospect.
He batted leadoff and played center field, and joined an outfield that included Adam Greenberg, Joc Pederson, Robbie Widlansky, and Shawn Green. Israel lost to Spain in extra innings in the Pool Finals, missing out on a spot in the World Baseball Classic.
In 2012, he again played for the Bowie Baysox. On June 30, 2012, he was voted Topps Eastern League Player of the Month, and in July he was an Eastern League Mid-Season All Star. During the All Star break, Widlansky was promoted to the Class AAA Norfolk Tides.
17 players from FAU baseball have won recognition as "All-American": Keith Foley (1983), Mike Ryan (1984), Scott Hay (1986), Jack Penrod (1988), Todd Moser (1999), Dan Jackson (1999), Dickie Hart (1999), Randy Beam (2003), Jeff Fiorentino (2004), Mickey Storey (2005), Robbie Widlansky (2007), Mike McKenna (2008), Andy Mee (2010), Hugh Adams (2013), Brendon Sanger (2015), Rickey Santiago (2015), C.J. Chatham (2016).
In December 2012, he was named an Organization All-Star. He was also named the "The Jewish Baseball News" Most Valuable Player among Jewish minor leaguers for 2012. That month, Widlansky was drafted by the Angels in the AAA Phase of the Rule 5 draft, after six seasons in the Baltimore Orioles organization.
The highest-level players involved in Qualifiers 1 and 2 were minor-league prospects. Team Israel included minor league pitchers Eric Berger (1–0) and Brett Lorin, first baseman Nate Freiman (.417; 4 HR in 12 AB), second baseman Josh Satin (.273), shortstops Jake Lemmerman and Ben Orloff, and outfielders Cody Decker, Adam Greenberg, Ben Guez, Joc Pederson (.308), and Robbie Widlansky. Also, retired former major league All Star Shawn Green played for Israel (.333).
Widlansky played high school baseball at J. P. Taravella High School in Coral Springs, Florida. He was honored both his junior and senior seasons as the "Broward County Coaches 6A Player of the Year." He also was named All-County (Broward) and All-State (Florida) twice in his high school career. He set school records for doubles in a season, career doubles, and career batting average.
During the winter of 2010–11, Widlansky traveled to Perth, Australia to compete in the Australian Baseball League (ABL). He had a productive season playing for the Perth Heat. He averaged .325 with 4 home runs, 30 runs, and 22 runs batted in and helped the Heat to win their first ABL Championship. He came back to the United States and played half a season for the Bowie Baysox.