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Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Posted on May 11, 2011 at 01:18 PM.
Here is the newest video for the start of the 2014 Season.

After having one of the best season in MLB History, Cory got 1 year contract worth over 10 Million Dollars, the Mets will see that it was money well spent.

At the 3:30 Mark you will see my first MLB Grand Slam!

Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Posted on April 27, 2011 at 07:58 PM.
3rd year pro Cory Buchanan and the NY Mets make a miracle run in the 2013 Postseason and win the World Series Championship!

See Video below for Screenshots and Highlights from every game of the postseason.

Posted on April 27, 2011 at 07:52 PM.
The 2013 Regular Season is in the books and what an amazing season it was for 3rd year pro Cory Buchanan.

After starting the season on the bench as a utility player, he moved into the starting lineup at 1B a few weeks into the season and never looked back.

Cory took Major League Baseball by storm in 2013, cementing himself as not only a future star, but an absolute superstar in only his 1st full season in the big leagues.

Cory Buchanan won NL Batting Title, NL MVP, NL Silver Slugger, The Hank Aaron Award, and was only 2 HR's short of winning the NL Triple Crown!

The NY Mets (92-70) won the NL East by 1 game in the last game of the season thanks to Cory's go ahead HR in the 8th inning, and begin the playoffs against the talented Cinncinati Red's. Is it possible that Cory can cap off his amazing season with a World Series Championship?

Stats
AVG .337 (#1 in the NL)
HR's 43 (#2 in the NL)
RBI 119 (#1 in the NL)
SLG % .653 (#1 in the NL)
Hits 170
Runs 94
Walks 47

Some Highlights from my best games of the season.

5 HR's in a 4 game series vs the Cubs, 3 in the first game


2 HR Game vs the Colorado Rockies


Here is a recap video of the 2013 Regular Season Accomplishments


The Future is bright for the young 1B as he chases his childhood dreams of becoming a Hall of Fame Player
Posted on April 27, 2011 at 07:49 PM.
It has been awhile since I updated this thread.

Late in the 2nd season of his career, Cory was traded from the SF Giants Organization to the NY Mets Organization.

The Emergence of 1B Prospect Brandon Belt hurt his chances and the Giants needed to beef up the roster in other positions.

Cory Finished the 2nd season with the AAA Buffalo Bisons, and had tremendous Success with the Bisons.

Finally with about with about a month left in the season was called up the Bigs as a utility\bench player for the NY Mets.

2012 AAA Stats

Games 74
AB 317
AVG .353
Hits 112
Runs 40
2B 29
3B 4
HR 15
RBI 65

2012 MLB Stats
Games 39
AB 101
AVG .337
Hits 34
Runs 14
2B 8
HR 8
RBI 17

Here is the highlight Reel of my First MLB Homeruns!


I was a utility player for the first few weeks of the regular season when the 2013 campaign started, but I have moved into the role of Everyday starter, currently hitting around .300 with 11 HR's.
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Posted on March 30, 2011 at 12:24 PM.
After 1 1/2 seasons of grinding it out in the Minor Leagues, 1B Prospect Cory Buchanan has gotten the call up the to the big leagues and is now a member of the New York Mets.

The SF Giants Draft Pick was traded early in the 2012 season to the New York Mets after Brandon Belt stole the spotlight as the future 1B star in the Giants Organization.

Cory was devastated that the team he grew up as a fan of had given up on him, but he understands baseball is a business and is happy to pursue his dreams of his MLB Career with the New York Mets Organization.

Cory had a spectacular start to he 2012 season leading the AAA International League in Batting Average, and top 5 in both 2B, 3B, HR and RBI.

He felt earned his place on the 40 man roster for the Mets. On July 24th 2012 his lifelong dream became a reality.

The Future is bright for this young prospect as he has earned his place as a utility player for now, but is looking to make the most of his opportunities to try and make the starting roster.

Profile Card - Cory Buchanan
Cory Buchanan | 1B
Fresno Grizzlies/Buffalo Bisons
Height: 5\'10\"Bats/Throws: R/R
Weight: 190Age: 19 years old
SeasonGABAVGR2B3BHRRBISBOBP
201274317.3534029415652.406
Last 10ABHRRBIHRSOSBAEPO
Friday, March 18, 2011
Posted on March 18, 2011 at 02:00 PM.
After an incredible first few months to his Professional baseball career.

SF Giants 1B prospect has been called up the AAA Fresno Grizzlies.

Cory made the AA All Star team, and was the league leader in both HR's and RBI's for the AA Richmond Flying Squirrels.

The next chapter of his young career begins now.

Here are the statistics for his AA Career.

Profile Card - Cory Buchanan
Cory Buchanan | 1B
Richmond Flying Squirrels
Height: 5\'10\"Bats/Throws: R/R
Weight: 175Age: 18 years old
SeasonGABAVGR2B3BHRRBISBOBP
181322.3013615013540.301
Last 10ABHRRBIHRSOSBAEPO
Friday, March 11, 2011
Cory Buchanan is a mild mannered baseball player from Salinas California, he has loved baseball since the moment he could stand on his own 2 feet, and was practically born with a baseball glove and bat in his hands.

This is his story.

Cory had always been good at baseball from a young age, his parents could not get him to stop practicing his swing no matter what the weather or time of year it was, baseball was his life and nothing was going to stop him from chasing his dream.

After having a young career that had him make 2 Little League World Series Appearances, 1 AAU National Championship, and being the best hitter in his region's history in High School, it was time for Cory to declare for the MLB Draft right out of High School.

Cory Grew up in the Bay Area, and has been a SF Giants fan since he was 7 years old, as if he needed any more motivation to chase his dream, the SF Giants World Series Championship run could not have come at a better time for Cory. After finishing his senior year of High School, he was now eligible to be an MLB Prospect. As luck would have it, the Giants are looking to build for the future and they love getting local kids into their farm system. With an aging depth chart at 1B, they decided to take a chance on the kid from Salinas, and give him a contract worth $30,000 with the AA Richmond Flying Squirrels.

Cory could not be happier, as his professional baseball career had officially begun, and he was ready for the challenge.

After a few up and down games to start the season, and quite a few poor at bats in his early career, it was time for him to do what he had done his whole life, practice more than anybody else in order to be the best.

Cory dedicated himself like he has his whole life to getting better, and many hours spent doing drills with the coaches to refine his swing and raw skills, he got his chance to shine against the Akron Aeros.

Cory led his team to victory going 5-6 with 2 HR's, 2 Doubles, 1 Single and 3 RBI, and won what are sure to be the first of many player of the game awards.

Highlight Reel of the game


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http://s258.photobucket.com/albums/hh255/snwbrdjunkie08/?action=view&current=IMG_20110309_200228.jpg

http://s258.photobucket.com/albums/hh255/snwbrdjunkie08/?action=view&current=IMG_20110309_201437.jpg

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