Kevin Kouzmanoff is a former professional American third-party baseball player and current Oakland Athletics batting coach. He has played in the Major League Baseball for Cleveland Indians, San Diego Padres, Oakland Athletics, Colorado Rockies and Texas Rangers. Kouzmanoff was the third of four players in history to hit a big win in his first major tournament at Batman, after Bill Duggleby in 1898 and Jeremy Hermida in 2005, and then Daniel Nava. in 2010. Kouzmanoff and Nava accomplished this feat on the first pitch they saw. Kouzmanoff is of Macedonian descent.
Former MLB third baseman who played for the Texas Rangers, Colorado Rockies, Oakland Athletics, and San Diego Padres. He made his MLB debut with the Cleveland Indians in 2006.
He grew up in California and Colorado and played college baseball at the University of Arkansas (Little Rock) and the University of Nevada (Reno).
He became the third baseball player in the history of the sport to hit a grand slam during his first major league game; but he was the first player to hit a grand slam on his very first major league pitch.
He was born into a family of Macedonian heritage.
He played alongside infielder Chris Nelson on the Colorado Rockies in 2011.
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