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David James Hensley (born March 28, 1996)[2] is an American baseball player. He is a utility infielder for the Houston Astros' minor league team, the Quad Cities River Bandits.[1]

Early Life & Education

Hensley was born in San Diego, California to Mike and Tracey Hensley.[4] He attended Patrick Henry High School and eventually played college baseball with San Diego State University.[4] He was also recruited by UCLA, Stanford, Arizona, UC Santa Barbara, University of Tennessee, and Oregon.

Collegiate Career

Hensley played shortstop for the San Diego State Aztecs baseball team.[4]

Freshman Year (2015)

During his freshman year, he made 13 starts in left field and 6 in the designated hitter role; he also made one appearance at second baseman as a defensive replacement. During his freshman year, he collected an 8-game hitting streak from March 7-20 during which he hit .538 (14-for-26) with 3 doubles, a triple, 8 RBI and 7 runs scored. He also held a 12-game streak in which he reached base safely either via hit, walk or hit-by-pitch.

On March 8, 2015, he scored 3 runs against the New Mexico Lobos, a personal best.

On March 20, 2015, Hensley collected three hits vs. Air Force Falcons baseball team.

At the end of his freshman year, he batted .263 over 13 conference contests.[4]

Sophomore Year (2016)

During his sophomore year, Hensley played first base, second base, third base, and outfield. He started in 48 games that year, 24 of which came in center field and 19 at third base.[4]

From March 20 to April 10, Hensley tied the team's season record for the longest hitting streak (13 games). During that time period, he hit .386 (22-for-57) with 2 doubles, 5 RBI, and 8 runs scored. He also recorded 15 multiple-hit games, 5 of which came consecutively (March 25 to April 1).[4]

On April 12, 2016, Hensley hit his first career home run against the University of San Diego.[4]

Hensley went 5-for-13 with 4 RBI and 2 stolen bases over SDSU's final four games of the regular season.[4] His 12 sacrifice bunts tied him for the as the sixth-most in a season ever for an SDSU Aztec.[4]

During the Mountain West Conference Baseball Tournament, Hensley went 5-for-16.[4]

Junior Year (2017)

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David Hensley hits homer

In 2017, Hensley led the SDSU Aztecs with a .357 batting average, which was 12th best in the Mountain West Conference. He hit 3 home runs with 31 RBI and 7 stolen bases.[4]

Hensley recorded a season-best 12-game hitting streak from April 25 to May 16, 2017 and hit .422 over that span (19-for-45). He also hit .411 with runners on base during the season and hit .357 (20-for-56) with runners in scoring position.[4]

On April 14, 2017, Hensley collected a season-high 4 RBI against University of Nevada, Las Vegas.[4]

Professional Career

Houston Astros

On June 6, 2018, the Houston Astros selected David Hensley in the 26th round (792nd overall) of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft. Hensley signed with the Astros on June 13, 2018.[3]

Personal Life

David Hensley has one sister, Taylor, who played softball at the University of San Diego. He also has a younger brother named Ryan.[4]

In his spare time, Hensley enjoys listening to music, playing basketball, and productions.[4] His favorite athletes include third baseman Manny Machado and third baseman Kris Bryant.[4]

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