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Claudio Corradi

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Outfielder Claudio Corradi began his career in 1975 with Parma, hitting .324/.370/.450 with 29 RBI in 35 games. In '76, he batted .325/.412/.528 with 38 runs and 39 RBI in 46 contests. During 1977, he hit .293/.384/.373. He was on the Italian national team that won Gold at the 1977 European Championship.

Corradi posted a batting line of .388/.478/.438 for Parma in '78 at age 20, then hit .243/.297/.408 in an off-year in 1979. In 1980, he hit .267/.337/.372 and he followed up the next year by batting .301/.408/.386. In '82, his batting line was .380/.475/.510 with 10 doubles in 27 games.

In 1983, Claudio hit .282. A year later, he produced at a .293/.335/.382 rate. In 1985, he batted .312/.364/.464. He won Silver with Italy during the 1985 European Championship. Corradi hit .271/.358/.347 in 1986 and .331/.410/.548 in 1987. He hit .258/.319/.371 during the 1988 campaign. In '89, he batted .413/.534/.556 with 35 runs in 40 contests.

Corradi remained productive with Parma in 1990 (.355/.449/.435), 1991 (.338/.397/.398), 1992 (.358/.425/.537), 1993 (.311/.414/.527) and 1994 (.379/.468/.439), still an effective player when he retired after 20 seasons.

Overall, he had hit .316/.393/.442 in 836 games in Italy.

Corradi later coached for Italy in the 2003 Baseball World Cup, 2003 European Championship, 2004 Olympics, 2006 Intercontinental Cup and 2007 European Championship.

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