Team / Roster
# Tyler Best
|Position : Outfielder|
|Date of Birth :|
|Height : 6'1"|
|Weight : 180|
|College : Hawaii|
|Bats : Right|
|Throws : Right|
|Resides : Eagle, ID|
|School Year : Sophomore|
2020 (COVID Season):
- Started two games as the lead-off hitter for first time in college.
- Had two-double game in first game as lead-off batter against Washington State (2/22).
- Had three multi-hit games including back-to-back multi-hit games as the leadoff hitter against Washington State (2/22-23)
- Had multi-RBI game on Opening Day with two RBI.
- Third best average on the team (.289).
- Fourth most hits on the team (13).
- Played in 46 games with 45 starts as a freshman.
- Posted a .247 batting average (37-for-150) with 23 runs scored, 17 RBIs, four doubles and 21 walks.
- Made 41 starts in right field and four at second base.
- Had nine multi-hit games.
- In Big West games, hit .265 with seven RBIs and 10 runs scored.
- Made collegiate debut versus Iowa (Feb. 22), going 3-for-4 with two runs.
- Followed up with two RBIs in game two versus Iowa (Feb. 23).
- Went 2-for-4 with two RBIs in a win over Longwood (March 1).
- Scored two runs in the series finale versus Oregon (March 10).
- In 15-3 win at Ohio State (March 24), went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and three runs scored.
- Helped UH pick up a win over UC Davis by going 2-for-3 with a double, two RBIs and a run scored (April 7).
- Led the ‘Bows with a .455 (5-for-11) batting average with three runs scored in three-game set at Cal Poly.
- A 2018 graduate of Eagle High School in Eagle, Idaho.
- Played three years of varsity baseball for Eagle HS.
- Played in the 2017 Area Code Games in Long Beach, Calif.
- Earned 5A Southern Idaho Conference Second Team honors as a senior in 2018 and Honorable Mention accolades as a junior in 2017.
- Helped Eagle HS win the 2016 5A Southern Idaho Conference District Championship.
- Played one year of club ball for the Idaho Cubs.
- Born in Eagle, Idaho.
- Major is Family Resources.
- Has an older brother and an older sister.
- Parents are Lenne Jo and Eric of Eagle, Idaho.
- Has two uncles who played professional baseball. Tim Hallgren was drafted by the Seattle Mariners, and Bobby Hallgren was drafted by the Houston Astros.