Carlton Baugh

Team West Indies National Cricket Team West Indies National Cricket Team
Role Wicket Keeper
Born Jun 23, 1982
Nationality Jamaica Jamaica
Team History
West Indies National Cricket Team West Indies 2000 - present

Carlton Seymour Baugh who plays in the West Indies cricket team bats right handedly, bowls legbreak googly and is a wicketkeeper. West Indies B and Jamaica are the other teams for whom he has played.

From 19th April to 23rd April 2003, Baugh played his debut Test match at Port of Spain against Australia. In the 1st innings, he took 1 catch and stumped 1 batsman. He was sent to bat at the No. 8 position where he scored 19 runs in 36 balls. In the 2nd innings, he took 1 catch. While batting at the same spot, he scored 1 run after facing 4 deliveries. Australia won this match by 118 runs. Baugh debuted in One day Internationals on 17th May 2003 at Kingston against Australia. He batted at the No. 8 position and scored 7 runs in 8 deliveries. Australia was victorious in this match by 2 runs by the Duckworth-Lewis method.

Career Highlights

Baugh has played in 5 Test matches and in these has scored 196 runs with 68 as his highest score. His batting average was 19.60 and batting strike rate was 56.48. He has hit 1 sixer, 26 fours and 1 half century. As a wicketkeeper, he has stumped 1 batsman and has taken 4 catches. In the 30 One day Internationals that he has played, he has taken 19 catches and effected 4 stumpings. He has scored 223 runs at a batting strike rate of 68.61 and batting average of 14.86. He has hit 6 sixers and 19 boundaries. 29 was his highest score.

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