Gorneault Makes First Trip to Majors

Gorneault Makes First Trip to Majors

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SALT LAKE CITY (June 29, 2007) - The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim announced today that the team has recalled outfielder Nick Gorneault from the Salt Lake Bees.

Gorneault, a native of Springfield, Mass., makes the first trip of his career to the Majors. Entering his seventh season in the Angels system, Gorneault is currently batting .220 with 12 doubles, 10 home runs and 29 RBI. The outfielder finished 2006 batting .283 with 25 doubles, nine triples, 15 home runs and 78 RBI in 107 games. He also recorded a franchise record streak of twelve consecutive games with an RBI (May 20-31).

Gonreault was selected by the Angels in the 19th round of the 2001 draft. In 2005 he enjoyed the finest professional season in first full triple-A campaign with Salt Lake, leading the Pacific Coast League with 108 RBI while ranking second in the league with 106 runs scored.

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