Satyajit Parab (born 1 September 1975 in Vadodara, Gujarat, India), is an Indian cricketer who played first-class and professional cricket for 14 years representing India A, Board President‘s XI, India Seniors, West Zone and Baroda.
Parab, primarily an opening, right-hand batsman, played 85 first-class matches and 35 List A (ODI) matches. Over these matches, Parab accumulated over 6,000 runs including 17 centuries and 23 half-centuries. In 2000-01, when Baroda won the Ranji Trophy, Parab scored 809 runs at an average of 58, and followed that with 895 runs at 56 in 2002-03.
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