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Mike Figga MLB Career Stats

94 .213 1 5 0 .514

Mike Figga Bio

  • Full Name: Michael Anthony Figga
  • Born: 7/31/1970 in Tampa, FL
  • Draft: 1989, New York Yankees, 44th rd. (1137th overall)
  • College: Central Florida
  • Debut: 9/16/1997
  • Last Game: 10/3/1999
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MLB Career Stats 94 13 20 1 5 0 .213 .227 .514


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Michael Anthony Figga Bio Info

Attended Leto High School in Tampa and Central Florida High School in Ocalab& attended Central Florida Community College in Ocala b&selected in the 44th round of the June 1989 free-agent draft by the Yankeesb&met his wife Nicole while playing winter ball in Australiab&resides in Tampa, Fla. 2000 Split the season between the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers organizations; combined to play in 68 games, hitting .243 with nine homers and 31 RBIsb&began the season with the Red Sox, spending time at Triple-A Pawtucket and Double-A Trenton batting .143 in ten games, all as catcherb&signed with the Dodgers on June 16. At Triple-A Albuquerque played in 15 games and hit .371, playing 11 games as catcher, two in the outfield and one at firstb&with the Dodgers double-A affiliate in San Antonio was primarily used as a catcher and DH in 43 games; hit .236 with eight home runs and 21 RBIs. 1999 First full season in the Major Leaguesb&began the season with the Yankees and made two appearances as a defensive replacementb&claimed off waivers by Baltimore on June 3b&first hit of the season came on June 8, at FLA in the second game of a doubleheaderb&belted his first career home run Aug. 25 at KC, a solo shot off Brad Rigbyb&had a career high three hits on Aug. 29 at DETb&hit safely in six of his last 10 gamesb&Orioles pitcherbs posted a 4.50 ERA with Figga behind the plate, lowest of any of the Obs catchersb&caught 21% of base runners attempting to steal. 1998 Was his second full season at Triple-A Columbusb&was recalled to the Yankees on 9/8b& made his only appearance of the season at the Major League level on 9/23 vs. Clevelandb&went 1-for-4 with a run in one game with the Yankeesb&batted .280 with 26 homers and 95 RBIs in 123 games at Triple-Ab&led all Yankee minor leaguers with 26 homers and was second with 95 RBIsb&was second on team with doubles (30) and total basses (243)b&was named to the International League All-Star Teamb&has been an All-Star at every minor-league level. 1997 Spent his first full season at Triple-A Columbus after splitting the 1995 season between Columbus and Double-A Norwich and sitting out the majority of 1996 with a knee injuryb& was recalled from Triple-A Columbus on 9/6b&went 0-for-4 in two games with the Yankees (one start)b&made his first Major League appearance and start behind the plate on 9/16 vs. Boston (Game 2) and went 0-for-3b&hit .244 with 12 home runs and 54 RBIs in 110 games at Columbusb&had 7 RBIs in one game 5/3 at Norfolk, going 5-for-6 with three runs and one home runb&hit a grand slam on 6/12 at Pawtucketb&threw out 32 of 101 (32%) potential base stealersb&ranked fifth in all of Triple-A in batting average for catchers. 1996 Played only four games with Columbus (AAA) due to a torn ACL suffered on 4/8 at Norfolkb&was sidelined the remainder of the season. 1995 Batted .271 with 13 home runs and 61 RBIs in 109 games at Double-A Norwichb&finished the season at Triple-A Columbus, where he batted .280 with 1 homer and 3 RBIs in eight gamesb&tied for fifth in the organization with 14 home runs, seventh with 64 RBIs and tied for ninth with 115 hitsb&earned postseason selection to the Eastern League All-Star Team, the second straight year he was tabbed as his leaguebs top backstopb&was named the Eastern Leaguebs Best Defensive Catcher by Baseball Americab&threw out a combined 50 of 149 (34%) runners attempting to steal, including an Eastern-League leading 47 runnersb&ranked second among Double-A backstops with a .271 averageb&was named the Eastern Leaguebs Player of the Week from 4/6-16b&swatted home runs in back-to-back games on 5/16-5/17 at Cantonb&collected five hits in his first 10 Triple-A at-batsb&was placed on Yankeesb 40-man roster upon the conclusion of the season. 1994 Was named to the Florida State League All-Star Team after hitting .276 with 15 home runs and 75 RBIs at Class-A Tampab&ranked among Yankee minor leaguers in RBI (6th), batting average (8th) and home runs (10th)b&played in the Florida State Leaguebs mid-season All-Star Game, going 0-for-2b&caught 47 of 119 (40%) opponents attempting to stealb&played one game at Double-A Albany. 1993 Hit .264 with 25 home runs and 73 RBIs combined at San Bernardino, an independent Class-A team and Double-A Albanyb&his 25 home runs at San Bernardino ranked second in the organization and third in the California Leagueb&threw out 47 of 139 (39%) baserunners attempting to stealb&played winter ball in Australia for Canberra, batting .300 with 7 homers and 33 RBIs in 55 games. 1992 Hit .178 with 1 home run and 15 RBIs in 80 games at Ft. Lauderdale (A) and three games at Prince William (A)b&caught 46 of 122 (38%) would-be base stealers. 1991 At Class-A Prince William hit .195 with 3 homers and 17 RBIsb&threw out 13 of 53 (25%) potential base stealers in 45 games. 1990 In his first professional season batted .285 with 2 home runs and 18 RBIs in 40 games with Rookie League Tampa of the Gulf Coast League b&caught 37 games.