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Full name
  
Orlando M Baker

Name
  
Orlando Baker

Batting style
  
Right-handed

Role
  
Cricketer

Date joined
  
2008

2001
  
Jamaica


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Born
  
15 September 1979 (age 44) (
1979-09-15
)
St Catherine, Jamaica

Only First-class
  
2 February 2001 Jamaica v England A

Current teams
  
United States national cricket team, Jamaica national cricket team

Similar People
  
Sushil Nadkarni, Steve Massiah, Akeem Dodson, Usman Shuja, Muhammad Ghous

Bowling style
  
Right-arm medium pace

Orlando baker practice


Orlando M. Baker (born 15 September 1979) is a Jamaican-born American cricketer. A right-handed batsman and right-arm medium pace bowler, he made his debut for the United States national cricket team in 2008, having previously played first-class cricket for his native Jamaica. He retired from cricket in June 2015.

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Biography

Born in St Catherine in 1979, Orlando Baker first represented Jamaica at the under-19 level, playing in the Nortel Youth Tournament in 1996 and 1997, also playing for them in matches against a Nortel All Star XI and Pakistan Under-19s in 1996. He played his only first-class match for Jamaica in 2001, a Busta Cup match against England A. He scored a total of five runs in the match.

He first played for the USA in Division Five of the World Cricket League in Jersey in 2008, playing eight matches in the tournament and finishing as the USA's second highest run scorer in the tournament.

In 2012, Baker was selected as to be a part of the United States national cricket team at the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in the United Arab Emirates in March 2012. Later in the same year he was selected for the 2012 ICC World Cricket League Division Four which takes place from 3 to 10 September 2012 in Malaysia.

References

Orlando Baker Wikipedia


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