Carlton Baugh

Carlton Baugh is a diminutive wicket-keeper and stroke-making attacking middle order batsman,
Baugh has already shown his appetite for large innings having scored seven first-class centuries in his brief career.

Baugh has played one Test in South Africa and two in England in 2004 but did not quite live up to expectations and was overlooked for selection in the 2005 home series despite amassing 589 runs (ave: 42.07) in the Carib Beer Series.

Baugh, replaced Denesh Ramdin in the West Indies team for the last two one-day internationals against Zimbabwe in Trinidad In the 2006 Digicel home series. Baugh's recent performances include a series-clinching match for West Indies A against England A in March 2006. He scored 71 off 73 balls hitting four sixes, coming into bat at 50 for 5.

Baugh Test Cricket Statistics

Full Name Carlton Seymour Baugh

Current Test Ranking

Current ODI Ranking N/A

Current Test Rating

Current ODI Rating N/A

Highest Test Rating

Highest ODI Rating N/A

Number of Test

Number of ODIs 25

Test Run Aggregate

ODI Run Aggregate 186

Test Batting Average

ODI Batting Average 15.50

Total Test Wickets

Total ODI Wickets 0

Test Bowling Average

ODI Bowling Average --

Test Centuries

ODI Centuries 0

Date of Birth

June 23, 1982, Kingston, Jamaica 

Test Debut

West Indies v Australia at Port of Spain - Apr 19-23, 2003 

Last Test Match

England v West Indies at The Oval - Aug 19-21, 2004 

ODI Debut

West Indies v Australia at Kingston - May 17, 2003 
Last ODI Match Australia v West Indies at Kuala Lumpur - Sep 24, 2006 

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Legbreak googly

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