David Villar, a 2020 criminology graduate and former USF baseball captain, was recently called up to play third base for the San Francisco Giants. Villar was drafted by the Giants in 2018 as the 316th pick in the 11th round. Throughout his time in the minor leagues, he played 347 games with a .274 batting average and 67 home runs. Villar hit his first MLB career home run in the July 8 game against the San Diego Padres. Watch the video.
Criminology alum makes MLB debut
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