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08/02/2004 4:03 PM ET
Anaheim's Robb Quinlan named AL Rookie of the Month for July
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Anaheim Angels infielder Robb Quinlan, who led all AL rookies in batting average and RBI last month, has been named the American League Rookie of the Month for July.

Quinlan batted .407 (22-for-54) with two home runs and 15 RBI in July with eight runs, seven doubles, two stolen bases, a .441 on-base percentage and a .648 slugging percentage. Quinlan had six multi-hit and five multi-RBI games for the Halos in July. The 27-year-old native of St. Paul, Minnesota, currently has a 13-game hitting streak, during which he is batting .489 (23-for-47). The corner infielder had a career-high four hits in an 11-1 win at Texas on July 22 and hit his first Major League home run as part of a three-hit game in an 8-4 win at Seattle on July 24.

Other rookies who excelled in July included Shingo Takatsu (0.96 ERA, 5 saves) of the Chicago White Sox; Minnesota's Grant Balfour (2-1, 0.77 ERA); Oakland's Bobby Crosby (5 HR, 12 RBI) and Justin Duchscherer (1-1, 1.83 ERA); Seattle's Bucky Jacobsen (.265, 5 HR, 10 RBI); and Toronto's Jason Frasor (1-1, 3.00 ERA, 6 saves) and Alexis Rios (.343, 34 hits, 7 RBI).

Quinlan will receive a specially designed trophy as the American League Rookie of the Month.

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