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Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Andre Ethier runs between center fielder Matt Kemp and second baseman Orlando Hudson (R) to grab Colorado Rockies center fielder Dexter Fowler's fly to right center during the second inning at Coors Field in Denver on April 24, 2009. (UPI Photo/Gary C. Caskey)
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Andre Everett Ethier (pronounced /ˈiːθiər/) (born April 10, 1982 in Phoenix, Arizona), is a Major League Baseball outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Ethier transferred to Chandler-Gilbert Community College after playing with Arizona State University in the fall of 2000. The coaching staff at ASU told him that they thought he did not have Division I talent, and that he would do better to play junior college ball. At CGCC, Ethier recorded 94 hits as one of the top junior college players in Arizona, batting .468 with 32 doubles. He was named team MVP. During the summer of 2001, he played with the Keene Swamp Bats in the New England Collegiate Baseball League. In 2010, Ethier was inducted into the NECBL Hall of Fame.

Ethier re-enrolled at ASU in the fall of 2001 and played there until the end of his junior year in 2003 with an ASU career batting average of .371, 113 runs, 27 doubles, 7 triples, 14 home runs and 118 runs batted in. His collegiate career ended in the midst of a 23-game hitting streak. He was a two-time Pacific-10 Conference All-Star in 2002–03.

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