Carlos Guillen

Carlos Guillen #9

  • SS
  • B/T: S/R
  • 6' 1"/215

Carlos Guillen MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.285 124 660 74 .798

Carlos Guillen Bio

  • Full Name: Carlos Alfonso Guillen
  • Born: 9/30/1975 in Maracay, Venezuela
  • Debut: September 6, 1998
  • Last Game: 9/18/2011
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 4673 733 1331 124 660 74 .285 .355 .798

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Awards

Carlos Guillen Awards

AL All-Star

Year Team League
2004 Detroit AL
2007 Detroit AL
2008 Detroit AL

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/24/2007 Detroit AL

MLBPAA Tigers Heart and Hustle Award

Year Team League
2006 Detroit AL

Carlos Guillen Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2004 .318 6th in AL
2006 .320 9th in AL
2007 .296 22nd in AL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
2004 97 19th in AL
2007 102 13th in AL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2006 20 14th in AL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2004 .921 8th in AL
2006 .920 12th in AL
2007 .859 14th in AL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2004 .379 17th in AL
2006 .400 8th in AL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2004 .542 8th in AL
2006 .519 15th in AL
2007 .502 13th in AL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
2004 97 19th in AL
2006 100 14th in AL

Walks

Season BB Rank
2006 71 15th in AL

Hits

Season H Rank
2004 166 25th in AL
2006 174 19th in AL

Doubles

Season 2B Rank
2004 37 15th in AL
2006 41 9th in AL

Triples

Season 3B Rank
2002 6 6th in AL
2004 10 3rd in AL
2006 5 18th in AL
2007 9 3rd in AL

Games Played

Season G Rank
2006 153 24th in AL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
2004 283 21st in AL
2006 282 24th in AL
2007 283 18th in AL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2006 9 6th in AL
2007 8 7th in AL

Carlos Guillen Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
March 6, 2012 Seattle Mariners released 2B Carlos Guillen.
February 1, 2012 Seattle Mariners signed free agent 2B Carlos Guillen to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 30, 2011 2B Carlos Guillen elected free agency.
October 17, 2011 Detroit Tigers activated 2B Carlos Guillen.
September 30, 2011 Detroit Tigers reassigned 2B Carlos Guillen to the minor leagues.
September 1, 2011 Detroit Tigers activated 2B Carlos Guillen from the 15-day disabled list.
August 29, 2011 sent 2B Carlos Guillen on a rehab assignment to Toledo Mud Hens.
August 13, 2011 Detroit Tigers placed 2B Carlos Guillen on the 15-day disabled list. sore left wrist
July 16, 2011 Detroit Tigers activated 2B Carlos Guillen from the 60-day disabled list.
July 14, 2011 Erie SeaWolves sent 2B Carlos Guillen on a rehab assignment to Toledo Mud Hens.
July 11, 2011 Carlos Guillen assigned to Erie SeaWolves.
July 1, 2011 Lakeland Flying Tigers sent 2B Carlos Guillen on a rehab assignment to Toledo Mud Hens.
June 27, 2011 Carlos Guillen assigned to Lakeland Flying Tigers.
May 23, 2011 Detroit Tigers transferred 2B Carlos Guillen from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
March 30, 2011 Detroit Tigers placed 2B Carlos Guillen on the 15-day disabled list. Recovering from September 2010 left knee surgery.
October 6, 2010 Detroit Tigers activated 2B Carlos Guillen from the 15-day disabled list.
August 18, 2010 Detroit Tigers placed 2B Carlos Guillen on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to August 17, 2010. Left knee contusion.
August 9, 2010 Detroit Tigers activated 2B Carlos Guillen from the 15-day disabled list.
August 6, 2010 sent 2B Carlos Guillen on a rehab assignment to West Michigan Whitecaps.
July 25, 2010 Detroit Tigers placed 2B Carlos Guillen on the 15-day disabled list. Strained right calf.
May 28, 2010 Detroit Tigers activated 2B Carlos Guillen from the 15-day disabled list.
May 22, 2010 sent LF Carlos Guillen on a rehab assignment to Toledo Mud Hens.
April 23, 2010 Detroit Tigers placed LF Carlos Guillen on the 15-day disabled list. Strained left hamstring.
July 24, 2009 Detroit Tigers activated LF Carlos Guillen from the 15-day disabled list.
July 22, 2009 Lakeland Flying Tigers sent OF Carlos Guillen on a rehab assignment to Toledo Mud Hens.
July 13, 2009 sent OF Carlos Guillen on a rehab assignment to Lakeland Flying Tigers.
May 5, 2009 Detroit Tigers placed LF Carlos Guillen on the 15-day disabled list. Right shoulder inflammation.

Carlos Alfonso Guillen Bio Info

Carlos Alfonso Guillen (GEE-in)...resides in Aragua, VZ with wife Amelia, sons Alfonso and Isaac, and daughter Camelia...Tigers recipient of the 2010 Roberto Clemente Award...originally signed by Houston as a non-drafted free agent on Sept. 19, 1992. 2011 Limited to 28 games due to a pair of stints on the disabled list ... sidelined March 30-July 16 as he continued to recover from left knee microfracture surgery...appeared in 16 rehab games with A Lakeland, AA Erie and AAA Toledo ... made season debut July 16 in start at second base vs. Chicago (AL)...recorded a hit in each of his first 8 games (.357/10x28) ... on 15-day disabled list Aug. 13-September 1 with a sore left wrist ... appeared in 3 rehab games with Toldo, batting .455 (5x11) ... left the game on Sept. 18 at Oakland with a right calf strain and did not see action in Detroit's final 9 games...was not on Detroit's postseason roster. 2010 Limited to 68 games during his seventh season with the Tigers in 2010 due to three separate stints on the disabled list -- marked the fewest number of games he has played during a single season with the Tigers...Hit .333 (14x42) with five doubles, a home run and seven RBI over a nine-game stretch April 11-22 before he landed on the disabled list on April 23 with a left hamstring strain...Assigned to Triple A Toledo as part of an injury rehabilitation assignment on May 22 -- saw action in five games with the Mud Hens before he was recalled from the injury rehabilitation assignment and reinstated from the disabled list on May 28...Batted .393 (13x33) over a season-best nine-game hitting streak June 8-17...Connected for a walk-off home run in the 10th inning on June 12 versus Pittsburgh -- according to the Elias Sports Bureau, it was the Tigers first walk-off home run in extra innings since Guillen did so in the 11th inning on August 24, 2007 versus the New York Yankees...Sidelined July 25-August 9 with a right calf strain -- joined Single A West Michigan as part of an injury rehabilitation assignment August 6-9, seeing action in two games with the Whitecaps...Sidelined for the remainder of the season after landing on the disabled list on August 17 with a deep contusion in his left knee -- underwent a surgical cleanup of the degenerative changes and microfracture surgery on his left knee on September 17 in a procedure performed by Dr. Russ Warren at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. 2009 Limited to 81 games in his sixth season with the Tigers in 2009 as he missed nearly three months of action with right shoulder inflammation -- played primarily in the outfield for the first time in his major league career...Batted .200 (18x90) over his first 24 games of the season before being sidelined May 5-July 24 with right shoulder inflammation...Assigned to Single A Lakeland for an injury rehabilitation assignment on July 13 -- saw action in five games with Lakeland before his injury rehabilitation assignment was transferred to Triple A Toledo on July 22...Hit safely in each of his first seven games July 24-31 after returning from the disabled list -- batted .310 (9x29) with two home runs and eight RBI over the seven-game stretch...Collected a season-high four RBI on August 15 versus Kansas City -- matched the high with four RBI on August 31 versus Tampa Bay and September 23 at Cleveland...Equaled career highs with four hits and two home runs on August 31 versus Tampa Bay...Homered from both sides of the plate on September 23 at Cleveland -- marked the fourth time in his career he has homered from both sides of the plate in the same game...the two home runs equaled a career high...Batted .241 (56x232) with 10 home runs versus righthanded pitchers...hit .244 (11x45) with one home run against lefthanded pitchers...Hit .256 (34x133) in 39 games on the road...batted .229 (33x144) in 42 games at home. 2008 Completed his fifth season with the Tigers in 2008, seeing action in 113 games -- marked his fewest games played since appearing in 87 games with the club in 2005...Selected to the American League's all-star squad for the third time in his career -- collected a double in the game...Collected a season-high five RBI on April 23 versus Texas...Started at third base on April 27 versus the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim -- marked his first start at the position since September 28, 2003 versus Oakland as a member of the Seattle Mariners...Started in left field on June 1 at Seattle -- marked his first start in the outfield during his major league career...Belted his 100th career home run on June 7 versus Cleveland, a two-run shot off Aaron Laffey in the fourth inning...Equaled a career high with four hits on June 25 versus St. Louis...Scored a career-high five runs on July 21 at Kansas City -- first Tigers player to score five runs in a game since Juan Encarnacion did so on September 14, 1998 versus the Chicago White Sox...Hit safely in 10 of his 11 games August 2-19, batting .318 (14x44)...Missed the club's final 31 games of the season with lower back spasms...Batted .306 (59x193) in 52 games at Comerica Park...hit .269 (61x227) in 61 games on the road...Saw action in four games with Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League following the season, batting .313 (5x16) with two doubles, two home runs and six RBI. 2007 Selected to the American League's all-star squad for the second time in his career after establishing a career high with 21 home runs and 102 RBI for the Tigers...Tied for third in the American League with nine triples...Belted his second career grand slam on April 21 versus the Chicago White Sox, connecting against Jose Contreras -- blasted his third career grand slam on August 16 at Yankee Stadium against New York's Mike Mussina...Tied for eighth in the American League with 15 walks during April, while he finished 10th with 19 RBI -- batted .300 (27x90) with 13 runs scored, seven doubles, a triple, two home runs and 19 RBI in 24 games during the month...Matched a career high with two home runs against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on May 24...Left the game on May 30 at Tampa Bay with a mild left groin strain -- missed four games before returning to action on June 5 at Texas...Hit .333 (33x99) with 15 runs scored, seven doubles, three triples, four home runs and 18 RBI in 26 games during May...Established a career high with a 14-game hitting streak June 9-28 -- batted .444 (20x45) with 15 runs scored, four doubles, four home runs and 20 RBI over the course of the streak...Left the game on June 10 versus the New York Mets with a right hamstring spasm -- returned to the lineup on June 15 at Philadelphia after missing three games...Collected at least one RBI in 11 straight games June 16-28 -- fell one game shy of matching the franchise record of 12 straight games held by both Mickey Cochrane (July 31-August 12, 1934) and Rudy York (September 11-20, 1940)...Tabbed the American League Player of the Week for June 18-24 after hitting .476 (10x21) with eight runs scored, three doubles, three home runs and 11 RBI in six games -- led the league with 11 RBI and a 1.048 slugging percentage during the week, while he tied for second with three home runs and tied for sixth with a .476 batting average...Batted .338 (23x68) in 20 games during June, scoring 17 runs and collecting four doubles, six home runs and 22 RBI -- second in the American League during the month with a .662 slugging percentage, tied for fourth with 22 RBI and tied for fifth with six home runs...Equaled a career high with two stolen bases on July 28 against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim...Collected the 1,000th hit of his major league career on August 6 versus Tampa Bay, a run-scoring single in the first inning off Edwin Jackson...Tied for second in the American League with four triples during August -- hit .274 (31x113) in 29 games during the month, collecting six doubles, five home runs and 19 RBI...Tied for seventh in the American League with eight doubles during September -- batted .263 (26x99) with 13 runs scored, two home runs and 12 RBI in 27 games during the month...Batted .325 (92x283) in 77 games prior to the all-star break -- tied for fourth in the American League with five triples prior to the break, while he was fifth with a .576 slugging percentage, seventh with 67 RBI and tied for eighth with a .325 batting average...hit .267 (75x281) in 74 games following the all-star break -- tied for fifth in the league with four triples following the break...Hit .455 (10x22) with the bases loaded -- tied the lead in the American League with 29 RBI when hitting with the bases loaded...Second among all American League shortsops with 24 errors. 2006 Established career highs in games played (153), at-bats (543), runs scored (100), hits (174), doubles (41), walks (71) and stolen bases (20) in his third season with the Tigers...named the Tiger of the Year by Detroit's chapter of the BBWAA...Eighth in the American League with a .400 on-base percentage, ninth with a .320 batting average and tied for ninth with 41 doubles...His 41 doubles are the second-highest in franchise history by a switch-hitter in a single season, while he is fourth with his 65 extra-base hits...Matched a career high with two home runs on April 29 versus Minnesota -- equaled the high with two home runs on September 12 versus Texas...Batted .315 (28x89) with 16 runs scored, eight doubles, a triple, five home runs and 17 RBI in 25 games during April -- tied for eighth in the American League with eight doubles during the month...Equaled a career high with two stolen bases on May 5 at Minnesota...Tied for seventh in the league with eight doubles during May -- batted .280 (26x93) with 10 runs scored, a home run and 10 RBI in 26 games...Hit .359 (14x39) over the course of an 11-game hitting streak June 26-July 8...Hit for the cycle on August 1 at Tampa Bay, becoming the first Tigers player to do so since Damion Easley on June 8, 2001 versus Milwaukee -- matched a career high with four hits during the game...finished with four hits on October 1 against Kansas City to equal the career best. Batted .340 (36x106) in 29 games during August -- scored 19 runs and collected six doubles, a triple, four home runs and 10 RBI...Fifth in the American League with a .370 batting average (27x73) in 22 games during September, while he was fourth with a .465 on-base percentage and ninth with a .616 slugging percentage -- finished with seven doubles, a triple, three home runs and 12 RBI during the month...Tied for third in the American League with a .332 batting average (131x395) against righthanded pitchers...hit .291 (43x148) with lefties on the mound...Hit .344 (88x256) in 75 games at Comerica Park -- fourth in the league with a .344 batting average at home...batted .300 (86x287) in 78 games on the road...Batted .298 (90x302) in 85 games prior to the all-star break -- fifth in the American League with 26 doubles prior to the break...hit .349 (84x241) in 68 games following the all-star break -- fourth in the league with a .428 on-base percentage after the break and fifth with a .349 batting average...Led all league shortstops with 28 errors. 2005 Battled injury throughout his second season with the Tigers, seeing action in only 87 games...Hit .320 for the Tigers to mark the sixth straight season his batting average increased...Tabbed the Tigers Player of the Month for April after hitting .385 (30x78) with 16 runs scored, four doubles, two triples, a home run and eight RBI in 21 games -- second among all American League players with a .385 batting average and .467 on-base percentage during the month...Registered a career-high 12-game hitting streak May 2-15, batting .380 (19x50) with two doubles, two triples, a home run and three RBI...Finished eighth in the league with a .338 batting average (26x77) in 19 games during May...Left the game in the fifth inning on June 7 at Los Angeles with a left hamstring strain -- landed on the disabled list retroactive to June 8 with a pulled hamstring on June 14...Matched a career best with four hits on July 10 at Tampa Bay...Placed on the disabled list retroactive to August 11 with a sore right knee on August 17 -- sidelined with the injury until September 23...Batted .353 (79x224) in 57 games prior to the all-star break to lead all American League players...hit .255 (28x110) in 30 games following the all-star break...Hit .368 (28x76) with lefthanded pitchers on the mound, while he batted .306 (79x258) against righties. 2004 Turned in a career season during his first campaign with the Tigers, only to see the year cut short with season-ending surgery on his right knee in September...Selected to the American League's all-star squad, his first career selection -- did not see action in the game at Houston's Minute Maid Park...Established career highs in batting average (.318), at bats (522), runs scored (97), hits (166), total bases (283), doubles (37), triples (10), home runs (20), RBI (97) and stolen bases (12)...Sixth in the American League with a .318 batting average -- marked the fifth straight season his batting average increased...Finished third in the league with 10 triples and eighth with a .542 slugging percentage and .921 on-base percentage plus slugging percentage...Fourth among league shortstops with 3.26 assists per nine innings, sixth with a .974 fielding percentage, seventh with 17 errors and ninth with 90 double plays... Became the first Tigers player to collect 30 doubles, 10 triples, 20 home runs and 10 stolen bases in a single season...His 67 extra-base hits are third-most by a Tigers switch-hitter during a single season...Did not commit an error in his first 22 games of the season April 5-30, a total of 115 errorless chances...Batted .309 (25x81) with 18 runs scored, five doubles, two home runs and 14 RBI in 22 games during April...tied for fifth among all American League players with 18 runs scored during the month...Hit safely in 15 of his 16 games May 5-23, batting .361 (22x61) with 12 runs scored, four doubles, four triples, a home run and nine RBI...Matched a career high with four hits against Baltimore on May 28...Belted two home runs, including an inside-the-park home run, on May 31 versus Kansas City, establishing a career best -- matched the high with two home runs on July 24 at the Chicago White Sox...Earned Tigers Player of the Month honors for May after hitting .343 (35x102) with 20 runs scored, six doubles, four triples, four home runs and 17 RBI in 27 games...tied for the league lead with four triples during May, while he tied for seventh with 35 hits, finished 10th with a .598 slugging percentage, tied for 11th with 20 runs scored, finished 15th with a .343 batting average and tied for 15th with a .417 on-base percentage...Hit safely in 11 of his 12 games June 2-15, batting .353 (18x51) with four doubles, three triples, four home runs and 12 RBI...Matched a career high with two triples at Philadelphia on June 15...Signed a three-year contract extension on June 22, keeping him a Tigers uniform through the 2007 season...In 26 games during June, he batted .321 (34x106) with 19 runs scored, 10 doubles, three triples, five home runs and 24 RBI...tied for third in the league during the month with three triples, tied for fourth with 10 doubles, tied for sixth with 24 RBI, finished 13th with a .613 slugging percentage, tied for 13th with 34 hits and tied for 15th with 19 runs scored...Left the game on July 22 versus Kansas City in the fifth inning with low back stiffness -- listed as day-to-day with the injury, he returned to action the following night at Chicago...Over a nine-game stretch July 23-31, he hit .457 (16x35) with 11 runs scored, four doubles, four home runs and 10 RBI...Earned Tigers Player of the Month honors for July...hit .337 (35x104) with 21 runs scored, eight doubles, two triples, six home runs and 23 RBI in 27 games during the month...tied for fifth in the league during July with two triples, tied for sixth with six home runs, tied for seventh with 21 runs scored, tied for ninth with 35 hits and 23 RBI, tied for 11th with eight doubles, 12th with a .625 slugging percentage and 14th with a .405 on-base percentage...Established a career high with a 10-game hitting streak August 17-27...batted .357 (15x42) over the course of the streak, scoring nine runs and collecting four doubles, a triple, three home runs and 11 RBI...Drove in a career-high six runs on August 21 versus Seattle...Left the game August 27 at Boston in the sixth inning with a sore right knee, an injury sustained during a collision at home plate with Chicago's Jamie Burke on August 25...Guillen missed one game before returning to the lineup on August 29 at Boston...Managed a .260 batting average (26x100) in 26 games during August, scoring 15 runs and collecting seven doubles, a triple, three home runs and 19 RBI...Hit safely in each of his final seven games of the season September 3-11, batting .423 (11x26) with four runs scored and a double...Left the game on September 11 versus Minnesota with a right knee sprain sustained sliding into third base in the bottom of the fifth inning -- had an MRI following the game, but the results were inconclusive due to swelling in his knee...underwent further evaluation after the swelling subsided and he was diagnosed with a torn right anterior cruciate ligament...Underwent surgery on his knee on September 28, a procedure performed by Dr. Kyle Anderson at Henry Ford Hospital...Batted .320 (82x256) in 69 games at Comerica Park...hit .316 (84x266) in 67 games on the road -- 10th-best road batting average in American League...Fared better with righthanders on the mound, hitting .348 (113x325) -- third in league...batted .269 (53x197) against lefties -- seventh in league with 35 RBI versus lefthanded pitchers...Batted .311 (41x132) when hitting with runners in scoring position...Hit .667 (6x9) with 17 RBI when batting with the bases loaded -- led all league players in batting average...When putting the first pitch in play, he hit .477 (31x65) -- third-best in the league. 2003 Completed his fifth season in the majors with the Seattle Mariners in 2003, batting .276 to see his batting average rise for the fourth straight season...Hit safely in 12-of-14 games with an at-bat April 5-22, batting .340 (18x53) with seven runs scored, five doubles, a home run and five RBI...Tripled twice against the Chicago White Sox on May 9, the first two-triple game of his career...Posted a season-best seven-game hitting streak May 17-24...hit .480 (12x25) over the streak, scoring eight runs and collecting a double, triple, home run and three RBI...Matched a career high with four hits at Minnesota on May 29...Batted .368 (32x87) with 19 runs scored, five doubles, three triples, a home run and 12 RBI during May -- hit safely in 18 of his 23 games during the month...Left the game June 14 versus Atlanta with a bruised shin after fouling a ball off his leg in the fifth inning...missed the next two games before returning to the lineup June 17 versus Anaheim...Hit by a pitch on his left elbow on June 18 against Anaheim...missed two games before returning to action as a defensive replacement at San Diego on June 21...Forced to the disabled list on July 29 with an inflamed pelvis...Activated from the disabled list on August 22, he hit safely in seven of his first 10 games back in action August 23-September 2...over the 10-game stretch, he batted .333 (13x39) with three doubles, a home run and 15 RBI...The Mariners shifted Guillen to third base following return from the disabled list, his first action at the position since 2000...Established a career best with five RBI August 26 versus Tampa Bay...matched high on September 2 at Tampa Bay...Hit .280 (77x275) with righthanders on the mound, compared to .265 (30x113) against lefties. 2002 Posted career highs in nearly all offensive categories, including batting average, hits, home runs, RBIs and runs scored, despite playing in just 134 games ... got off to a fast start, batting .337 (29-for-86) with 18 RBIs in April, hitting safely in 17 of 24 games ... matched career high with 4 RBIs April 3 vs. Chicago ... homered in consecutive games May 4-5 at New York ... had 6 RBIs over three games May 14-16, including homers in two of the three games ... was batting .306 (55-for-180) through the end of May ... left game on May 31 with strained left ring finger; missed eight games June 1-8 ... returned on June 9 and started at DH vs. Chicago (0-for-4) ... missed June 20-21 with bruised hand ... was batting .287 (71-for-247) with 7 home runs and 36 RBIs at the All-Star break ... had career-best nine-game hit streak July 26-Aug. 3 (13-for-32, .406) ... left game Aug. 9 with strained left thigh muscle; missed four games ... had RBI in four straight games Aug. 20-23 (7 RBIs), including bases-loaded double Aug. 20 at Detroit and bases-loaded triple Aug. 21 at Detroit ... made second start at DH Sept. 28 (0-for-3) ... hit .275 (97-for-353) with 6 homers vs. right-handed pitchers and batted .273 (68-for-249) with four homers at home ... hit .353 (6-for-17) with the bases loaded. 2001 Provided timely hitting and solid defense at shortstop, setting a career-high with 140 games played ... hit .243 (77-for-317) from the right side of the plate and .295 (41-for-139) from the left side ... batted .375 (6-for-16) with 13 RBIs with the bases loaded ... finished season with a .980 fielding percentage at shortstop, fourth-best in the AL ... committed just three errors in 97 total chances in 25 April games ... went 3-for-4 with a triple and 3 RBIs in a 7-5 win at New York April 25 ... batted 27-for-91 (.297) with 13 RBIs in May ... hit in 15 of 16 starts with a .379 average (22-for-58) and 13 RBIs from May 10-30 ... left July 1 game with a mild concussion after colliding with left fielder Al Martin in 3rd inning ... had career-high seven-game hitting streak from July 8-17, batting .423 (11-for-26) over that span ... had 10 assists, one short of club record for an extra-inning game, July 18 at Kansas City in a 2-0, 11-inning win ... was defensive replacement and had game-tying RBI in bottom of ninth Aug. 7 in a 5-4, 10-inning victory vs. Toronto ... left game Aug. 29 with sprained left ankle ... returned Sept. 2 as defensive replacement at shortstop ... went 2-for-4 with two doubles in 3-2 win vs. Tampa Bay Sept. 3 ... fell a double short of a cycle Sept. 25 in Texas, going 3-for-4 with a solo home run, triple and 2 RBIs ... diagnosed with pulmonary tuberculosis Sept. 28; missed final nine games Sept. 28-Oct. 7. 2000 Infielder rebounded from a disappointing first half by posting solid offensive numbers in the second half of the season...hit .257 in 90 games with seven home runs and 42 RBI...batted .320 from the right side of the plate (16x50) and .244 (58x238) from the left side...batted .083 (2x24) in his first eight games before landing on the disabled list April 13 with a pulled left hamstring...was sent to triple-A Tacoma on April 22 for injury rehabilitation...reinstated from the DL April 28...tied career-high with three hits in 13-3 win at Texas May 9, then went 1x19 before being optioned to Tacoma on June 2...hit .296 with two homers and 10 RBI in 22 games with Tacoma before being recalled to Seattle July 5...had solid month of July, hitting .294 and putting together a six-game hitting streak (July 18-23) which tied his career-high...started 14 games July 8-24 (18x48/.375) at shortstop while Alex Rodriguez was on the disabled list with a sprained left knee...hit second career HR, and first of the season, July 20 at Oakland...set career-high with four hits July 21 vs. Texas...was red-hot in August, leading the club with a .348 average while driving in 20 runs in 26 games...slugged first career grand slam August 7 at New York off Denny Neagle...the four RBI set a career-high which he later tied on August 16 vs. Detroit...went through 2x24 slump to begin September but broke out of it with a three-hit, two-RBI game vs. Kansas City Sept. 12...went 2x3 and hit game-winning solo HR in 3-2 victory vs. Oakland Sept. 24. 1999 Was lost for the season after only five games due to injury...collected hits in each of his three games...hit first ML home run April 5, Opening Day, vs. Chicago off James Baldwin...had RBI in each of his first three games...tore ACL in right knee after tangling with Tony Phillips during a rundown at home plate on April 22. 1998 Started 1998 in New Orleans before being acquired by Seattle...acquired from the Houston Astros on July 31...strained his hamstring delaying his recall to Seattle when rosters expanded to 40...was finally recalled to Seattle on Sept. 6...was 1x3 that day vs. Baltimore in ML debut, stole his first base and recorded his first hit off Arthur Rhodes...was 3x4 with RBI on Sept. 7 vs. Baltimore in just his second ML appearance...suffered an isolated tear of the posterior cruciate ligament in the left knee making a diving catch in the outfield at Oakland on Sept. 17...missed remainder of the season...hit safely in nine of ten games with Seattle...named by Baseball America as third best prospect in Mariners organization. 1997 Spent most of 1997 at double-A Jackson before a late-season call-up to AAA New Orleans...hit safely in 23 of 27 games in June, batting .333 (34x102) with five homers and 11 RBI...was 2x4 in his first triple-A game Aug. 26...played in just three games with the Zephyrs. 1996 Named to the Midwest League All-Star game in 1996 despite having his season end after only 29 games with a dislocated left shoulderb& had season-ending surgery in May on the shoulder. 1995 Stole 17 bases in 18 attempts for the Gulf Coast League Astros in 1995 and knocked in 15 runs in just 30 games. 1994 Missed all of 1994 with an injury. 1993 Began professional career in 1993 with San Pedro de Macoris of the Dominican Summer League.