Scott Rolen

Scott Rolen #27

  • 3B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 4" /245

Scott Rolen MLB Career Stats

7398 .281 316 1287 118 .855

Scott Rolen Bio

  • Full Name: Scott Bruce Rolen
  • Born: 4/4/1975 in Evansville, IN
  • Draft: 1993, Philadelphia Phillies, 2nd rd. (46th overall)
  • High School: Jasper, IN
  • Debut: 8/1/1996
  • Last Game: 10/3/2012
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MLB Career Stats 7398 1211 2077 316 1287 118 .281 .364 .855


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Scott Rolen Stats

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Scott Rolen Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
*Since 2006

Scott Rolen Statcast Events


Scott Rolen Awards

NL Rookie of the Year

Year Team League
1997 Philadelphia NL

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2006 St. Louis NL

NL All-Star

Year Team League
2002 Philadelphia NL
2003 St. Louis NL
2004 St. Louis NL
2005 St. Louis NL
2006 St. Louis NL
2010 Cincinnati NL
2011 Cincinnati NL

NL Silver Slugger

Year Team League
2002 Philadelphia NL

Rawlings NL Gold Glove

Year Team League
1998 Philadelphia NL
2000 Philadelphia NL
2001 Philadelphia NL
2002 St. Louis NL
2003 St. Louis NL
2004 St. Louis NL
2006 St. Louis NL
2010 Cincinnati NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
08/12/2001 Philadelphia NL
09/22/2002 St. Louis NL
06/13/2004 St. Louis NL

MLB Players Choice NL Outstanding Rookie

Year Team League
1997 Philadelphia NL

Reds Joe Nuxhall Good Guy Award

Year Team League
2010 Cincinnati NL

Scott Rolen Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2004 .314 11th in NL
2006 .296 19th in NL
2010 .285 23rd in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
1998 31 14th in NL
2002 31 12th in NL
2003 28 17th in NL
2004 34 13th in NL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
1997 92 19th in NL
1998 110 13th in NL
2001 107 18th in NL
2002 110 6th in NL
2003 104 12th in NL
2004 124 2nd in NL
2006 95 18th in NL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2001 16 23rd in NL
2003 13 25th in NL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
1997 .846 23rd in NL
1998 .923 16th in NL
2000 .920 20th in NL
2003 .910 16th in NL
2004 1.007 7th in NL
2006 .887 22nd in NL
2010 .854 20th in NL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
1997 .377 22nd in NL
1998 .391 18th in NL
2001 .378 21st in NL
2003 .382 18th in NL
2004 .409 8th in NL
2006 .369 22nd in NL
2010 .358 23rd in NL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
1998 .532 18th in NL
2000 .551 17th in NL
2002 .503 23rd in NL
2003 .528 14th in NL
2004 .598 6th in NL
2006 .518 19th in NL
2010 .497 17th in NL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
1997 93 14th in NL
1998 120 6th in NL
2001 96 25th in NL
2003 98 18th in NL
2004 109 8th in NL
2006 94 23rd in NL


Season BB Rank
1997 76 14th in NL
1998 93 7th in NL
2001 74 17th in NL
2002 72 20th in NL
2003 82 16th in NL
2004 72 19th in NL


Season H Rank
1998 174 19th in NL


Season 2B Rank
1997 35 17th in NL
1998 45 5th in NL
2001 39 13th in NL
2003 49 2nd in NL
2006 48 4th in NL
2010 34 21st in NL


Season 3B Rank
2000 6 14th in NL
2002 8 2nd in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
1997 156 11th in NL
1998 160 5th in NL
2002 155 16th in NL
2003 154 25th in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
1997 561 25th in NL
1998 601 14th in NL
2002 580 21st in NL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
1997 657 16th in NL
1998 711 6th in NL
2002 667 20th in NL
2003 657 23rd in NL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
1997 263 22nd in NL
1998 320 12th in NL
2002 292 15th in NL
2003 295 12th in NL
2004 299 19th in NL


Season SO Rank
1997 138 5th in NL
1998 141 6th in NL
1999 114 19th in NL
2001 127 15th in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
1998 7 22nd in NL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
1997 13 9th in NL
1998 11 7th in NL
2001 13 7th in NL
2002 12 7th in NL
2003 9 24th in NL
2004 13 7th in NL
2008 10 12th in AL
2010 8 14th in NL

Scott Rolen Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 3, 2012 3B Scott Rolen elected free agency.
June 18, 2012 Cincinnati Reds activated 3B Scott Rolen from the 15-day disabled list.
June 15, 2012 sent 3B Scott Rolen on a rehab assignment to Louisville Bats.
May 12, 2012 Scott Rolen roster status changed by Cincinnati Reds.
October 3, 2011 Cincinnati Reds activated 3B Scott Rolen from the 15-day disabled list.
July 22, 2011 Cincinnati Reds placed 3B Scott Rolen on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to July 21, 2011. Strained left shoulder.
May 13, 2011 Cincinnati Reds activated 3B Scott Rolen from the 15-day disabled list.
April 24, 2011 Cincinnati Reds placed 3B Scott Rolen on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 21, 2011. Strained left shoulder.
August 23, 2009 Cincinnati Reds activated 3B Scott Rolen from the 15-day disabled list.
August 20, 2009 sent 3B Scott Rolen on a rehab assignment to Louisville Bats.
August 8, 2009 Cincinnati Reds placed 3B Scott Rolen on the 15-day disabled list. Concussion
August 1, 2009 Cincinnati Reds activated 3B Scott Rolen.
July 31, 2009 Cincinnati Reds Traded 3B Edwin Encarnacion and RHP Josh Roenicke to Toronto Blue Jays; Toronto Blue Jays Traded 3B Scott Rolen to Cincinnati Reds and Louisville Bats Traded RHP Zach Stewart to Blue Jays Organization.

Scott Bruce Rolen Bio Info

In 1993 graduated from Jasper (IN) High School, where he was named Mr. Baseball as Indiana's top high school player...also received basketball scholarship offers from several colleges...founded the Enis Furley Foundation and Camp Emma Lou in Bloomington, Indiana. 2011 Was an All-Star for the seventh time and started at 3B for the National League in its 5-1 victory...became 1 of only 3 third basemen - along with Hall of Famer George Brett and Atl's Chipper Jones - and 29 Major League players to produce at least 2,000 hits, 500 doubles, 300 HR and 1,200 RBI...led the club with 60 starts at 3B...missed 80g during 2 stints on the disabled list with a left shoulder injury that required in-season surgery (4/24-5/12, 7/22-remainder of the season)...made his last appearance of the season on 7/20 at Pit...hit .217 (2hr, 12rbi) in 17 apps before he went to the DL on 4/24... came off the DL on 5/13 and made 48 more apps (.250, 3hr, 24rbi) before returning to the DL on 7/22...on 8/3 had surgery to remove bone spurs and fragments in the aromioclavicular joint of his left shoulder...remained on the DL the rest of the the seventh inning of the 3-2 loss on 4/7 vs Hou hit his fourth career pinch-hit HR, a solo shot off Brett Myers that tied the score at the fifth inning of the 2-1 win on 6/3 vs LAD drove in both Reds runs with a single off Hiroki the second inning on 6/11 at SF recorded his 7,000th career at bat...on 7/4 at StL singled off Chris Carpenter for his 2,000th career hit...on 7/15 vs StL became the 54th player in Major League history to produce 500 doubles (off Jake Westbrook). 2010 Won his eighth Rawlings Gold Glove Award, thirdmost all-time at third base behind Hall of Famers Brooks Robinson (16) and Mike Schmidt (10)...finished 14th in the National League's Most Valuable Player award voting of the local chapter of the BBWAA won the Joe Nuxhall Good Guy Award...led the Reds with 110 starts batting cleanup...also hit fifth (15gs) the 7-3 win on 6/28 vs Phi hit his 300th career home run, a 2-run shot off Kyle Kendrick that snapped the scoreless tie...produced three 2-homer the 10-inning, 6-5 win on 4/12 at Fla produced 2 homers and the game-winning RBI...also had 2-homer games on 5/23 at Cle and 6/1 at the dramatic 5-4 win on 5/18 vs Mil, his pinch-hit 2-run HR off Trevor Hoffman in the ninth inning tied the score at 4-4...hit his second pinch-hit homer of the season on 6/6 at Wsh, a 2-run HR in the ninth off Matt Capps that snapped the 2-2 tie in the 10-inning, 5-4 win...on 6/16 vs LAD was ejected by HP umpire Hunter Wendelstedt for arguing balls and strikes...was his third career ejection (1998, 2006)...missed 9 of the first 10g of the second half with a sore right hamstring (7/17-7/25)... was bothered late in the season by stiffness in his upper back and neck but still started all 3 National League Division Series games vs the Phillies. 2009 In 128 apps for the Reds and Blue Jays combined to hit .305 with 11hr, 67rbi and 5 stolen bases...minutes before the 7/31 trade deadline was acquired from Tor for 3B Edwin Encarnacion, RHP Josh Roenicke and minor league RHP Zach Stewart...when traded ranked among the American League leaders in hitting (.320, 7th), doubles (29, T9th), BA vs LHP (.359, 7th) and BA with RISP (.341, 10th)...his career-high 25-game hitting streak from 6/8-7/8 was the third-longest in Blue Jays history and tied for the third-longest in the Major Leagues in 2009 (Wsh's Ryan Zimmerman 30g, Sea's Ichiro Suzuki 27g, Bos' Victor Martinez 25g)...during that hitting streak batted his last 34g for the Blue Jays hit .319 with 24rbi...from 8/11-8/22 was on the Reds' disabled list with a concussion suffered on 8/2 vs Col, when in his second appearance for Cin he was hit in the helmet by a Jason Marquis pitch...missed 16 of the Reds' next 18g...after he came off the DL helped the Reds to a 27-13 record to finish the season, tied with the Twins for the best in the Major Leagues beginning 8/ his last 10g of the season hit .344, raising his Reds BA from .248 to season-ending .270... while with the Reds made 37 of his 38 starts batting fifth in the order...hit fourth on 8/31 vs Pit in the opener of that day/night doubleheader...on the season produced 27 2-hit games, nine 3-hit games and a 4-hit game on 8/25 at Mil...on 9/25 at Hou was scratched with lower back spasms...missed 3g. 2008 Batted .262 with 11 home runs & 50 RBI in 115 games in his first season as a Toronto Blue Jay... Led the Club with 10 hit by pitches (T-8th in AL)...Began the season on the disabled list after suffering a fractured middle finger on his right hand which occurred in spring training... Made a rehab assignment with Dunedin (A), playing in three games before being activated off the 15-day DL on Apr. 25...Made his Blue Jays debut on Apr. 25 at KC (1-3, 2B, 2RBI)... Began his season with a seven game hit streak (.308, 8-26)... Hit his first home run of the season on Apr. 27 at KC... Recorded a hit in 12 of his first 16 contests, batting .316 (18-57) over that span... Of those 18 hits, nine had gone for extra bases (6-2B, 1-3B, 2-HR)... Hit a home run in back to back contests from June 22-24, the 1st time he had done so since July 1-2, 2006... In four games from June 22-26 hit two doubles, three home runs & drove in nine RBI... On Aug. 1 at TEX snapped a season long 0-for-17 hitless streak with a HR, his 1st since June 25 vs. CIN (27-game span between home runs)...Was placed on the disabled list (Aug. 10) for the 2nd time this season with a left-shoulder strain... Was activated off the 15-day DL on Aug. 26...Batted .298 (28-94) with 13 extra base hits (8-2B, 1-3B, 4-HR) in 27 games after coming off DL... Batted .358 (19-53) with nine extra base hits over his final 15 contests of the season... His best offensive month came in September where he batted .307 (27-88) with three home runs & 11 RBI in 25 games...Among AL third baseman, ranked 5th in fielding % (.964)... Made 11 errors in 302 total chances... Went the first 18 games of the season without making an error... Made just that one error through his first 42 contests... After committing a season high two errors on Sept. 12 at BOS, finished the season without making an error over his last 15 games. 2007 In a injury shortened season, appeared in 112 games, batting .265 with eight home runs and 58 RBI...ON THE SHELF: Continued to battle left shoulder issues and was placed on disabled list on Aug. 31...Underwent surgery on Sept. 11 in Cincinnati by Dr. Timothy Kremchek that included removal of scar tissue and a bursectomy, along with manipulation of his left shoulder... Had 60-game errorless streak, dating back to 2006, end on June 18...MILESTONES: Had a career-best five hits on Apr. 22 at CHC, falling a double shy of the cycle... Stole his 100th career base on May 11 at SD...Collected his 1,500th career hit on June 14 at KC...Had game-tying single for 1,000th career RBI in 8th inning on July 29 vs. MIL.

CAREER NOTES: Has been awarded seven Rawlings Gold Glove awards, 3rd among third basemen all-time...Has six seasons of collecting both 25-or-more home runs and Gold Glove honors, which ranks 2nd all-time to Mike Schmidt among third basemen...Ranks 5th all-time among third basemen (min. 10,000 inn.) in fielding pct. at .966...Ranks 3rd among active third basemen with 568 RBI since 2001...His 145 home runs over this span are 6th most among active players at the hot corner...Is a five-time all-star, once as a Phillie and four as a Cardinal (three starts)...In 2002, earned his first N.L. Silver Slugger Award...Was voted by his peers as the third baseman on The Sporting News N.L. All-Star team in three straight seasons from 2002-2004. 2006 Led the team with 48 doubles, which ranked T-4th in the N.L. and were just one shy of his career high (49 in 2003)... Was 2nd on the squad with 95 RBI and 13 game-winning RBI...Was selected by Houston Manager Phil Garner to his 5th All-Star game...Did not appear in the N.L. loss...Ranked T-1st among NL 3rd basemen in fielding (.965, 15 E/428 TC) and had a team-high 21 defensive "gems"...Hit a pair of HR's & doubled Sept. 15 vs. SF, driving in seven runs (career high)...In his fourth Opening Day start for St. Louis hit a grand slam and two singles, collecting 4 RBI...The grand slam was just the 2nd ever by a Cardinal on Opening Day (McGwire-1998). 2005 Missed significant time due to a left shoulder injury suffered in a collision at first base on May 10 with LA's Hee Seop Choi...The injury and subsequent surgery ended his season on July 25...Required arthroscopic surgery on May 13 to repair labral tear...Missed 33 games as he was on the disabled list from May 12 - June 17...Batted .207 (18-for-87) with five doubles and eight RBI in 25 games upon his return on June 18 before being placed on DL again on July 22 (left shoulder cuff inflammation)...Had season-ending surgery on July 25 to repair the left shoulder labrum, performed by Dr. Timothy Kremchek...Was voted in as a starter to play in his 4th All-Star Game but did not attend as a precaution for his left shoulder. 2004 Earned his sixth Gold Glove Award...Finished 4th in National League Most Valuable Player voting...Named to the Sporting News N.L. All-Star team for the third straight season...Marked his 8th straight season reaching 20-HR's and 5th 100-RBI season...Was named a finalist for the Hank Aaron Award for 2004...Was the top vote-getter in N.L. All-Star balloting and made his third trip to the midsummer's classic...Was the first Cardinals third baseman to be named to back-to-back All-Star games since Joe Torre in 1971-73...Hit HR #30 in Game 2 on Aug. 20 vs. PIT, joining Pujols & Edmonds as the first trio in Cardinals history to each hit 30 HR's in a season...Scored his 100th run on Sept. 2 vs. SD, his 2nd season with 100-plus runs with his season high of 120 runs scored coming in 1998 with PHI...Finished 8th in N.L. runs scored with 109...Was leading the N.L. in RBI prior to an injury suffered on Sept. 11 at LAD (calf) and finished second with 124...His 18 GW-RBI were T-2nd in N.L. behind Pujols (20)...His .409 on-base percentage ranked 8th in the N.L. and .598 slugging pct. Was 6th...Was 2nd in the N.L. with a .371 batting average vs. LHPs...Ranked 4th in NL with a .346 batting average on the road...Was named N.L. Player of the Week for week of June 7-13, with .391 avg., 4-HR, 10-RBI.

2004 POST-SEASON: Was hitless in 12 at-bats, walking six times and scoring a run, in the Division Series vs. LA...Batted .310 (9-for-20) with three HR's, six RBI and six runs scored in the League Championship Series vs. HOU...Blasted two home runs and drove in three runs in Game 2 of the LCS...His two-run home run in the 6th inning off Roger Clemens plated the pennant-clinching run in Game 7 of the LCS...Went 0-for-15 with an RBI in the World Series. 2003 Completed his first full season with the Cardinals by batting .286 with 28 home runs and 104 RBI in 154 games played...Tied for 2nd in the National League with 49 doubles and ranked 5th with 78 extra-base hits...Earned his 5th career Gold Glove Award (4th consecutive) and was named the third baseman on the Sporting News N.L. All-Star team for the second straight season...Started in his second straight All-Star Game, finishing second in the league in fan voting (1,979,936) to Albert Pujols...Paced the team with 43 two-out RBI and was second on the club with 10 game-winning RBI... His 82 walks led the team and his 104 strikeouts were 2nd on the club...Ranked 3rd in the N.L. with a .969 fielding percentage...Hit a home run on Mar. 31 vs. MIL, giving him a homer in four of his last five Opening Days (also 1999, 2000 and 2001). 2002 Won his fourth Gold Glove Award in five seasons... Earned his first N.L. Silver Slugger Award and was voted by his peers as the third baseman on The Sporting News N.L. All-Star team...He came to St. Louis in a July 29 trade with Philadelphia and batted .278 with 14 home runs and 44 RBI in 55 games for the Cardinals...Hit .282 with 17 homers and 66 RBI in 100 games for the Phillies... Notched his 500th career RBI on Apr. 14 vs. CIN...Was voted the starting third baseman for his first career N.L. All-Star team selection and went 0-for-3...Scott's homer off Tom Glavine on July 28 at ATL was his last as a Phillie and the 150th of his career... Hit his first career pinch-homer on Sept. 4 vs. CIN, a solo shot off Bruce Chen...Was named N.L. Player of the Week for Sept. 16-22 (.421 BA, 8 Runs, 5 HRs and 8 RBI)...Homered (#29) for the 4th straight game on Sept. 20 vs. HOU, hitting five homers in those four games...On Sept. 27 signed an eight-year contract extension with the Cardinals.

2002 POST-SEASON: Made his first career postseason appearance, but it was a brief one, as he was forced out of Game 2 of the Division Series when Arizona pinch runner Alex Cintron collided with him and injured his left shoulder... Scott homered in Game 1 off Randy Johnson...Was on the League Championship Series roster, but was unable to play. 2001 Won his third Gold Glove (second consecutive)...Finished third among N.L. third basemen with .973 fielding %, but second in putouts (104), assists (325) and total chances (441)... Homered on Opening Day for third consecutive year, Apr. 2 at FLA...Was named N.L. Player of the Week, Aug. 6-12, .545 (12-for-22), eight runs, four HR and seven RBI. 2000 Earned second career Gold Glove Award...Finished second among N.L. third basemen in fielding % (.971), behind SF's Bill Mueller (.974)...Homered on Opening Day for the second consecutive year, Apr. 4 at ARI...Became the 7th Phillie to hit 20 HR's in four consecutive seasons and first since Mike Schmidt (1974-87)...Hit first HR at Houston's Enron Field in a 4-1 win on Apr. 7...Hit 2nd career grand slam, May 12 vs. ATL...Was on DL, May 24-June 8, with a sprained left ankle, suffered May 23 at HOU (missed 14 games)...Hit 100th career HR, Aug. 1 at SD, becoming the second-youngest Phillie in history to reach 100 HR behind Del Ennis. 1999 Had second four-hit game (two HR), July 2 vs. CHI became just third Phillie in the 20th century to collect both an inside-the-park and outside-the-park HR in the same game, joining Johnny Callison (6/9/63) and Dick Allen (7/2/66)...Hit his first career grand slam, July 3 vs. CHI (Sanders)...HitGW solo HR in bottom of 9th of 5-4 win, July 7 vs. MON...His 19 HR prior to the All-Star break were most by a Phillie since Mike Schmidt had 19 in '87...Had five strikeouts on Aug. 23 vs. SD and tied the ML record for a 9-inning game...Played in 23 games after injuring back before being shut down for the season...Despite injury, still ranked 4th among N.L. third basemen in fielding%(.960) and 5th in putouts (111)...Was examined by Dr. Robert Watkins at the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic in Los Angeles on Sept. 15; bone scan and X-ray revealed a slight tear of an annular ligament as well as a lower back strain; surgery was not necessary. 1998 Topped 1997 Rookie of the Year campaign in virtually every offensive and defensive category...Became the youngest Phillie in modern history (since 1900) to reach 100 RBI in a season...Became just the second Phillie ever to reach 100 runs, 40 doubles, 30 HRs and 100 RBI in the same season (Chuck Klein did it in 1929-30 & '32)...Scott's HR (31) and RBI (110) totals made him the first Phillie to reach 30 HR, 100 RBI in a season since Mike Schmidt in 1987 (35, 113)...Set club record for doubles by a third baseman with 45, tying for fifth in N.L. (most by a RH Phillie since Ethan Allen's 46 in 1935)...120 runs tied for sixth in N.L. and were most by a RH Phillie since Dick Allen's N.L.-leading 125 in 1964 and the second-highest total since '64 (L. Dykstra had 143 in '93)...80 extra-base hits ranked sixth in league and were most by a Phillie since Juan Samuel had 80 in '87...93 walks ranked seventh in N.L...Awarded first Gold Glove Award; was first Phillie since Schmidt in 1986 to capture award and at 23, matched Brooks Robinson as the youngest third baseman ever to win it...Led N.L. third basemen in total chances (468) and putouts (135), ranked third in assists (319). 1997 Unanimous selection for N.L. Rookie of the Year; just 7th unanimous selection in N.L. history...Was Phils' first Rookie of the Year since Dick Allen in 1964...Led all N.L. rookies in BA (.283), HR (21), RBI (92), runs (93), hits (159), doubles (35), total bases (263), on-base %(.377), slugging % (.469), extra-base hits (59) and longest hit streak (14 games)...His 92 RBI made him the first N.L. player 22 years old or younger to reach the 90-RBI mark since Darryl Strawberry in '84...Became the first Phils rookie to lead club in HR and RBI since Greg Luzinski in '72 (18 HR, 72 RBI)...His 21 HR and 92 RBI were most by a Phils rookie since Willie Montanez in '71 (30 HR, 99 RBI)...Led N.L. third basemen with 459 total chances...On July 7 took part in first-ever Rookie Home Run Hitting contest on All-Star Workout Day in CLE, finishing second to Nomar Garciaparra. 1996 Began the season at Reading...Was named Phillies' best prospect by Baseball America and #2 prospect in Eastern League...Selected by EL managers as best defensive third baseman...Phillies Minor League Player of the Month for May (.352, 7 HR, 19 RBI)...Promoted to Scranton (AAA), June 12, but still managed to make EL postseason All-Star team...Played 45 games for Scranton before contract was purchased by Phillies on Aug. 1...Became everyday third baseman, making ML debut by starting both games of DH, Aug. 1 vs. STL (1st ML hit was double in first game off Donovan Osborne)...Hit first two ML HR's on Aug. 21 at LAD (first was off Hideo Nomo)...Was lost for season after being hit by a Steve Trachsel pitch, Sept. 7 vs. CHI...Suffered a fractured ulna bone in right arm...Finished with 130 AB, the maximum limit to qualify as a rookie for the 1997 season...Was named Paul Owens Award winner as best player in Phillies minor league system...His 39 doubles was tied for 7th among all minor leaguers...Was named to Howe Sportsdata AAA All-Star team. 1995 Named top prospect in Phillies minor league system and in Florida State League by Baseball America...Began the season on the DL after fracturing the hook of the hamate bone in his left hand...Underwent surgery to remove the hook, Apr. 20...Reinstated from DL and started a doubleheader for Clearwater at Brevard County, June 5 (2 HR, 4 RBI in game #2)... Was promoted to Reading (AA) on Aug. 15...Appeared in all eight of Reading's postseason games. 1994 Led all Phillies minor leaguers in hits (151) and total bases (237) with Spartanburg (A)...Led South Atlantic League in games (138), tied for 2nd in hits and doubles (34), 3rd in at-bats (513) and total bases, tied for 5th in extra- base hits (53) and tied for 7th in average (.294)...Led SAL third basemen in games (130), total chances (457), assists (323) and double plays (36)...Was named Best Defensive Third Baseman by SAL managers...Was named to the SAL All-Star team...Voted team MVP...Named SAL's 9th-best prospect by Baseball America. 1993 Was selected by the Phillies in the 2nd round of the June draft...Hit .313 in 25 games at Martinsville (Rookie).