Greg Cypret
Greg Cypret

Event:
Baseball

Hall of Fame Class:
1998


One of the most prolific players of the Gene McArtor era in baseball at Ol' Mizzou. Cypret earned all-America honors three times as a shortstop for the Tigers. He was a third-team selection in 1975, received honorable mention in '76, and was the first-teamer in 1978. He was the all-Big Eight shortstop in 1976-77-78. Cypret hit .356 for his career and held the school career marks for hits (253) and runs batted in (181) until this past season. He signed with the Houston Astros in 1978, and after his professional baseball career joined former Tiger assistant coach Bob Todd on the coaching staff at Kent State. He's currently Todd's assistant at Ohio State, where the Buckeyes have won several Big Ten Conference championships during his tenure.

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