Cliff Floyd

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  • LF
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 4"/230

Cliff Floyd MLB Career Stats

.278 233 865 148 .840

Cliff Floyd Bio

  • Full Name: Cornelius Clifford Floyd
  • Born: 12/5/1972 in Chicago, IL
  • Draft: 1991, Montreal Expos, 1st rd. (14th overall)
  • High School: Thornwood, South Holland, IL
  • Debut: September 18, 1993
  • Ret., Final Game: 6/17/2009
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MLB Career Stats 5319 824 1479 233 865 148 .278 .358 .840


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Cliff Floyd Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
1997 Florida NL

NL All-Star

Year Team League
2001 Florida NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
10/01/2000 Florida NL
07/22/2001 Florida NL

Cliff Floyd Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2001 .317 14th in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2001 31 22nd in NL
2005 34 8th in NL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
1998 90 25th in NL
2001 103 21st in NL
2005 98 15th in NL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
1998 27 6th in NL
2000 24 14th in NL
2001 18 18th in NL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2001 .968 14th in NL
2005 .863 25th in NL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2001 .390 15th in NL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2001 .578 13th in NL
2005 .505 20th in NL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
2001 123 6th in NL


Season H Rank
1998 166 25th in NL
2001 176 17th in NL


Season 2B Rank
1998 45 5th in NL
2001 44 7th in NL


Season 3B Rank
1994 4 22nd in NL
1996 4 21st in NL
2001 4 24th in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
1998 588 19th in NL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
1998 283 25th in NL
2001 321 16th in NL
2005 278 19th in NL


Season SO Rank
1998 112 23rd in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
1998 14 3rd in NL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2000 8 22nd in NL
2001 10 13th in NL
2004 11 13th in NL
2005 11 13th in NL
2006 12 13th in NL

Cliff Floyd Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
October 8, 2009 San Diego Padres placed DH Cliff Floyd on waivers.
June 19, 2009 San Diego Padres placed DH Cliff Floyd on the 60-day disabled list. torn labrum in right shoulder
May 30, 2009 San Diego Padres activated OF Cliff Floyd from the 15-day disabled list.
May 19, 2009 San Diego Padres sent DH Cliff Floyd on a rehab assignment to Lake Elsinore Storm.
April 6, 2009 San Diego Padres placed OF Cliff Floyd on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 5, 2009.

Cornelius Clifford Floyd Bio Info

Cornelius Clifford Floyd...married to Maryanne...the couple has three children, daughters Bria Shae and Layla, and son a graduate of Thornwood (IL) High School...named the Chicago Tribune's Athlete of the Year in 1991... starred as a three-sport star in baseball, football and basketball...led his high school to the Class AA Basketball Sectional Playoffs...the team lost to the eventual state champion, Proviso East, which featured three future NBA first-round picks including the Spurs Michael Finley...led his team to the Illinois state baseball championship as a senior and hit .508 with 130 RBI during the final two years of his prep career...heavily recruited by Arizona State University, Stanford University and Creighton University before the Expos drafted him...signed by Expos scout Stan Zielinski. 2008 The longest-tenured Major Leaguer to play for the Rays in 2008...Made 72 starts, all at DH...Rays went 46-26 (.638) in his starts...All but 10 of his 246 at-bats came against right-handed pitching... hit righties at a .275 clip (65-for-236) with 11 home runs...made only one start against a left-hander, 5/21 at OAK vs. Dana Eveland...went 1-for-10 off lefties with his only hit coming 6/19 vs. CHI (NL), a double off Scott Eyre as part of a seven-run seventh inning...Hit safely in each of his first seven games for the Rays from 3/31-5/14, hitting .407 (11-for-27) with two homers and seven RBI during that span...Placed on the 15-day disabled list 4/7 to have surgery to repair a meniscus tear in his right knee...reinstated 5/10...On 5/30 vs. CHI (AL), hit a walk-off homer off Scott Linebrink, a solo shot in the ninth for the 2-1 win...gave the Rays their fifth of 11 walk-off wins in 2008 and second by home run...was the fourth walk-off home run of his career and first since 6/11/05 vs. LA (AL) off Brendan Donnelly as a member of the Mets...Homered in three consecutive starts, 5/27, 30-31...Stole second base 6/13 vs. FLA, his first and only steal of the season and first since 6/14/06 at Wrigley Field while with the Mets...Collected five RBI 8/29 vs. BAL, his sixth career tilt with at least five RBI and first since 7/16/06 at CHI (NL) while with the Mets... one shy of his career-high six (9/30/00 vs. PHI with FLA)...Knocked the first of back-to-back homers with Dioner Navarro 8/5 vs. CLE, one of three long balls by the Rays in the seventh inning of that game (also Evan Longoria)...Walked a career-high four times 8/14 at OAK, tying a club record (seventh time)...also scored a career-high four runs in a 7-6 TB win in 12 innings...F L O Hit .353 (18-for-51) in August with three home runs, six doubles, 12 RBI, nine walks, .453 on-base percentage and .647 slugging percentage in 16 games...his average improved by 30 points during the month, from .239 to .269... helped lead the Rays to a 21-7 record, their most wins in a month in club history...From 8/26 through the end of the regular season, hit .306 (19-for-62) with two homers, 14 RBI and five doubles in 20 games, hiking his average from .255 to .268...Appeared in seven postseason games as the DH, going 4-for-18 (.222) with a double, home run, two RBI and three runs scored...was replaced on the World Series roster (Eric Hinske) due to a torn labrum in his right shoulder that he sustained diving back into second base in Game 2 of the Fall Classic vs. PHI. 2006 Injuries played a major part of Floyd's season, as he missed a total of 47 days due to a sprained left ankle and a strained left achilles. It is the eighth year in which Floyd has had to deal with some type of injury, and he played in only 97 games, the least amount for him in a season since 1999, when he appeared in only 69 contests for the Marlins. Although Floyd caught the final out to secure the Mets' NL East title, and he was able to make his second appearance in the postseason, the season turned into his least productive in terms of runs (45), homers (11) and RBIs (44) since 1999, when he scored 37 runs, and had 11 homers and 49 RBIs. His .244 batting average was the worst since he batted .234 in 61 games with the Marlins in 1997. 2005 Established career highs in home runs and walks...Led the NL with 15 outfield assists...The 15 assists were the most by a Met outfielder since Bernard Gilkey had 17 in 1997...Ranked eighth in the NL in home runs...Had 13 intentional walks which was tied for eighth in the League...Was the second hardest player to double-up in the National League...Grounded into a double play once every 110.0 at-bats...Batted .290 (118-407) with 25 home runs and 73 RBI vs. righthanded pitchers...With runners in scoring position, he hit .296 (45-152) with 11 home runs and 70 RBI...Played in 150 games, the most games since he appeared in 153 contests in 1998 with Florida...Had five home runs and 13 RBI in his last 17 games of the year...Hit safely in 18 of his last 26 games, with seven home runs and 18 RBI in those contests...Registered his 34th home run of the season on October 2nd vs. Colorado (off Aaron Cook)...The 34 home runs were the most by a Mets player since Mike Piazza hit 36 home runs in 2001...Belted his 32nd home run, September 18th vs. Atlanta (off John Thomson) to set a career high...Collected his 31st home run of the season on September 17th vs. Atlanta (off Tim Hudson) to tie his career best...Also had 31 home runs in 2001 as a member of the Marlins...Had a season-high four RBI on September 15th vs. Washington, June 5th vs. San Francisco and June 25th at Yankee Stadium...Hit his fifth career grand slam, September 15th vs. Washington (off Livan Hernandez)...Became the 12th Mets player to hit 30 or more home runs in a season when he hit his 30th home run, September 15th vs. Washington...The others are: Mike Piazza, Mike Cameron, Robin Ventura, Todd Hundley, Bernard Gilkey, Bobby Bonilla, Howard Johnson, Darryl Strawberry, Gary Carter, Dave Kingman and Frank Thomas...Picked up his 1,200th career major league hit on August 2nd vs. Milwaukee...Hit .323 (31-96) with nine home runs and 20 RBI in June...Collected his second multi-steal game of the season with two steals, June 30th vs. Philadelphia...Recorded his 12th career multi-home run game and third of the season, June 25th at Yankee Stadium (both off Sean Henn)...Blasted a game-winning, three-run home run with two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning on June 11th vs. the Angels (off Brendan Donnelly) to give the Mets a 5-3 win...It was his third career walk-off home run and first as a Met...Collected his 11th career multi-home run game on June 5th vs. San Francisco (Game Two)...Had a solo shot off Jim Brower and a two-run home run against Al Levine...Had an RBI double in the fourth inning to help Pedro Martinez score a 1-0 victory on May 27th at Florida...Hit two solo shots off Jason Marquis on May 13th vs. the Cardinals for his 10th career multiple-home run game in a 2-0 win...Established a career-best 20-game hitting streak, April 8th-May 4th...Hit .395 (30-76) with 16 runs, three doubles, seven home runs, a stolen base and 23 RBI in that span...The batting streak was the second longest by a lefthander in club history (John Olerud hit in 23 straight games in 1996)...The streak is also tied for the seventh longest in franchise history...The 20-game hitting streak was tied with teammate Jose Reyes for the second longest streak in the NL...Only Philadelphia's Jimmy Rollins had a longer streak (36 games)...Batted .366 (26-71) with six home runs and 21 RBI in April...Reached base safely in his first 23 games of the year...Became the fourth Met to reach base safely in his first 23 contests to begin a season...John Olerud reached safely in his first 30 games in 1999, Kevin McReynolds, 24 games in 1989 and Buddy Harrelson, 23 games in 1970...Set a Mets record for the longest batting streak in the month of April with 16 games...Rey Ordonez had a 14-game batting streak in April, 1996...Stole second base twice in the second inning on April 21st at Florida...Became the first major leaguer to steal second base twice in the same inning since Atlanta's Otis Nixon did it on July 22, 1991... It was Cliff's first multi-steal game since September 25, 2001 as a member of the Marlins at Atlanta...Had 42 multi-hit games: 36, two-hit contests and six, three-hit games...Recorded 25 multi-RBI contests: three, four-RBI games; three, three-RBI contests and 19, two-RBI games. 2004 Collected his 1,000th career hit, a double off John Thomson, on April 7th at Atlanta...Picked up his 1,100th hit on September 18th at Pittsburgh (a double off Nelson Figueroa)...Missed the last 13 games of the season with a strain of the right oblique...Collected the ninth multiple-home run game of his career, June 29th at Cincinnati (off Todd Van Poppel)...It was his first multiple-home run game as a Met...Hit his fourth career grand slam (off Roy Oswalt) on May 14th at Houston...Placed on the 15-Day Disabled List on April 12th with a strain of the right quadriceps...Injured himself in the first inning on April 11th vs. Montreal in San Juan...Activated from the disabled list on May 13th...Was 2-4 with two runs scored and an RBI in one Major League Rehabilitation game, May 11th for St. Lucie (A) in a Florida State League game vs. Sarasota. 2003 On August 29th, he underwent a 90-minute operation at the Union Memorial Ambulatory Surgical Center in Baltimore, MD...Dr. Lou Schon removed a bone spur from under Cliff's right Achilles tendon...Floyd was on crutches for 10 days and wore a walking boot for six weeks...Began baseball activities in December...Was placed on the 15-Day Disabled List on August 19th with a sore right Achilles...Hit his 150th career home run, August 1st vs. St. Louis (off Jeff Fassero)...Tied a Mets' season-high with five RBI (3-4, home run) on June 11th at Texas...Hit a home run in three straight games, May 20th-May 22nd...The last time Cliff had a home run in three straight contests was April 18-April 22, 2002...Also had four home runs in five games from May 17th-May 22nd...Tied his career-high by collecting four hits on August 17th vs. Colorado...Registered his third career grand slam, May 4th at Milwaukee (off Matt Kinney)...Hit his first home run as a Met, a two-run shot, April 2nd vs. Chicago (off Matt Clement). 2002 Spent the campaign with three different teams: the Florida Marlins, Montreal Expos and Boston Red Sox...Began the season with the Marlins, where in 84 games in the outfield, he had a .983 fielding percentage with five assists...Before being traded by the Marlins, he led the team in home runs, RBI, walks and on-base percentage (.413)...On July 11th he was traded to the Expos, where he played in only 15 games before being traded to the Red Sox on July 30th. 2001 Named the Marlins Most Valuable Player by the South Florida chapter of the BBWAA as he established career highs in batting average, hits, home runs, RBI and runs scored...His .317 batting average was the third highest single-season mark in Florida Marlins history...Established a Marlins single-season record by scoring 123 runs, surpassing Gary Sheffield's 118 runs scored in 1996...The 123 runs scored ranked sixth in the National League...Fashioned his second career grand slam, June 19th at Atlanta off Joe Nelson...Had a then career-high 18-game hit streak from June 5th-June 24th...Hit .406 over that span...The streak was tied for the fifth longest in the National League...Selected to the National League All-Star team as an injury replacement for the Mets' Rick Reed...Went 0-2 in the game...Was named the NL Co-Player of the Week (with Atlanta's Greg Maddux) for the period of July 16th-July 22nd...Hit .462 (12-26) with six home runs, 10 runs, 12 RBI, and 33 total bases that week...Had three multi-home run games: May 4th vs. Milwaukee, May 11th at San Diego and July 21st vs. Cincinnati...Hit home runs in three consecutive games twice during the year: May 2nd vs. St. Louis, May 4th and May 5th vs. Milwaukee (four home runs over that span); and July 19th at New York Mets, July 20th and July 21st vs. Cincinnati...Collected a career-high 59 walks, including 19 intentional walks...Also tied a major league record with three intentional walks on June 9th at Toronto...Pulled off the first unassisted double play by an outfielder in five years in the 10th inning of a 14-inning, 4-3 Marlins win on August 28th at Chicago after catching a fly ball off the bat of Delino Deshields...The last outfielder to turn an unassisted double play was Pittsburgh outfielder Orlando Merced on July 1, 1996, vs. Chicago. 2000 Recognized as the National League Player of the Week for the week of September 25th-October 1st...During that span he led the league with a 1.053 slugging percentage, tied for the league lead with four doubles and 11 RBI while compiling a .526 batting average...Was one of nine, 20-20 players in the major leagues, recording 24 stolen bases along with 22 home runs...Set a career-high by collecting three stolen bases on May 18th vs. San Diego...Reached base safely in a career-high 37 straight games from April 30th-June 11th...Hit safely in 28 of those 37 games for a .356 (47-132) average...Collected his first career grand slam, September 30th vs. Philadelphia (off Thomas Jacquez)...Recorded a RBI in seven straight games from September 21st-September 30th...Tied a career-high with four hits and set a career-high with six RBI, September 30th vs. Philadelphia...Underwent surgery on November 30th to repair tendons and remove scar tissue in his right wrist...The surgery was performed by Dr. Brian Fingado at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale. 1999 Opened the season on the 15-Day Disabled List with a sprain of the medial collateral ligament in his left knee and underwent surgery on April 6th to repair torn cartilage in the medial meniscus of the left knee...Was injured in a spring training game on March 29th against the Braves in Orlando, chasing down a line drive...Was activated from the DL on April 27th...Was placed on the 15-Day Disabled List for a second time on June 20th with a slight tear of the right Achilles tendon...Was transferred to the 60-Day Disabled List on July 16th...Was reinstated on September 7th. 1998 Became the first 20-20 player in Marlins history...Hit 22 home runs and stole 27 bases...Was tied for fifth in the National League in doubles...His 45 doubles established a new club record, surpassing Bobby Bonilla who hit 39 doubles in 1997...Was tied for sixth in the NL in stolen bases...Enjoyed the second multiple-home run game of his career, September 9th at Colorado...Both were two-run home runs...Also tied his career-high with four RBI in that contest...Selected as a starting outfielder on The Sporting News 1998 NL East All-Star team...Named by the South Florida chapter of the BBWAA as the Marlins Most Valuable Player. 1997 Pulled his left hamstring on May 8th, while running out a double and was placed on the 15-Day Disabled List from May 9th-May 24th...Returned to limited action until reinjuring the same hamstring on a ground out on June 20th and was on the Disabled List from June 21st-September 1st...Returned from the Disabled List on September 1st and hit a first inning, three-run home run vs. Baltimore in his first at-bat...Collected the first multiple-home run game of his career, September 6th at Los Angeles (off Chan Ho Park)...Both were two-run home runs...Was intentionally walked and scored a run in the Marlins seven-run, ninth inning rally in Game Three of the World Series...Made three other pinch-hit appearances in the Series. 1996 Began the year with Ottawa (AAA) of the International League on a rehabilitation assignment...Joined the Expos on April 29th in New York...Hit three pinch-hit home runs, June 21st vs. St Louis (off Mark Petkovsek), June 30th at Philadelphia (off Ricky Bottalico) and August 9th vs. Chicago (off Turk Wendell)...The three pinch-hit home runs ranked third in the NL, and one shy of the Expos record...Started games at all three outfield positions and one game at first base. 1995 Suffered a career-threatening injury involving his left wrist in a game at New York on May 15th...Six of the eight bones located at the base of his left wrist were either broken or dislocated, including ligament damage and a tear of the sac which contains the bones, in a collision at first base with the Mets' Todd Hundley...Was activated from the Disabled List on September 11th and started September 12th vs. the Phillies. 1994 Started 63 games at first base, 12 in leftfield and four in right...Had a .991 fielding percentage at first and a .975 fielding percentage in the outfield with one error in 40 chances...Collected the first four-hit game of his career (4-4), a career-high, on July 24th vs. Los Angeles...Posted six, three-hit games during the season...Stole his first major league base on April 17th at Colorado. 1993 Was called up by the Expos on September 16th...Made his major league debut on September 18th vs. Phillies, entering the game as a defensive replacement at first base in the sixth inning...Struck out in his first at-bat (vs. Tommy Greene)...Made his first major league start on September 24th vs. the Mets...Collected his first major league hit off Bobby J. Jones with a single to center...Collected his first big league home run on September 26th vs. Dave Telgheder in New York, in his 11th career at-bat, driving in his first two runs...At 20 years, 10 months, became the second-youngest player in Montreal history (Gary Carter, 20 years and nine months) to hit a home run...Named the Minor League Player of the Year by The Sporting News, USA Today, and USA Today's Baseball Weekly...Also named the Eastern League's Most Valuable Player and Rookie of the Year...Began the season with Harrisburg (AA) of the Eastern League and was promoted to Ottawa (AAA) of the International League on August 1st, after collecting his 100th and 101st RBI on July 31st...Led the Eastern League in RBI, intentional walks (12), and slugging percentage (.600)...Also tied for the league lead in home runs, and was third in on-base percentage (.417)...Was selected to play in the Double-A All-Star Game on July 12th in Memphis. 1992 Was selected as Baseball America'sNumber One Prospect in the South Atlantic League...Set a SAL record for triples with 16...Also led the league in RBI, total bases (261), extra-base hits (56) and slugging percentage (.504)...Was selected to the SAL All-Star team...Hit for the cycle twice, going 5-6 vs. Spartanburg on July 9th, and 4-5 vs. Charleston on August 17th. 1991 Tied for first in the Gulf Coast League in home runs and ranked fifth in at-bats...Named the Number One Prospect of the GCL and the 1991 draftee with the most raw power by Baseball America.