Tomas De La Rosa

  • SS
  • B/T: R/R
  • 5' 10"/180

Tomas De La Rosa MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.289 2 10 2 .780

Tomas De La Rosa Bio

  • Full Name: Tomas De La Rosa
  • Born: 1/28/1978 in La Victoria, Dominican Republic
  • High School: Padre Garcia (DR) HS
  • Debut: July 17, 2000
  • Last Game: 10/1/2006
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 83 8 24 2 10 2 .289 .359 .780

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Awards

Tomas De La Rosa Awards

PCL Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2007 Fresno PCL

Tomas De La Rosa Bio Info

Returns to Giants organization for 2nd campaign...11th-year professional returned to majors with Giants in 2006 for 1st time since logging combined 33 ML contests with Montreal Expos in 2000 and 2001...owns lifetime .289 batting avg. (24-for-83) in 49 big league contests...has appeared in 1,073 career minor league games...has seen time in Montreal chain (1996-2002), along with Pittsburgh (2002-04), Colorado (2005) and San Francisco (2006) organizations.

Attended Escuela Padre Garcia (Santo Domingo, DR) High School...married (Julia)...2 daughters (Abigail, Nov. 15, 1993; and Marcelina, June 24, 1999)...son (Marcos, Sept. 14, 1995). 2006 Enjoyed one of his finest professional seasons, batting combined .303 (99- for-327) with 22 2Bs, 8 HRs and 45 RBI in 86 games with triple-A Fresno and Giants' affiliate in Arizona Rookie League...spent week in Desert while rehabbing from left-hip strain...played in 79 contests as Grizzlies' primary shortstop, batting .293 (88-for-300)...had contract purchased from triple-A Fresno Aug. 19 after Kevin Frandsen was placed on Disabled List...appeared in 16 games for SF (at 2B, SS, 3B, as pinch-hitter and pinch-runner), going 5-for-16 (.313) with RBI...Aug. 19 appearance vs. Dodgers marked 1st ML game since May 23, 2001. 2005 After opening season with Nashua of Independent Atlantic League, signed witih Rockies organization and established career highs with 48 RBI in 89 games with triple-A Colorado Springs. 2004 Non-roster invitee to Pittsburgh's Spring Training, played in 63 games at triple- A Nashville and 9 contests at double-A Altoona...combined to bat .283 with career-high 8 HRs and 33 RBI. 2003 Logged ML Spring Training action with Pirates, but spent entire season at Nashville. 2002 Opened year at triple-A Ottawa in Montreal organization, but was claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh April 15...played in 105 games for Nashville. 2001 Batted .238 over 121 contests with Ottawa, and made 1 pinch-hitting appearance for Montreal (May 23 vs. Mets). 2000 Played in 32 big league games with Expos, batting .288 with 2 HRs and 9 RBI... began campaign with Ottawa, but was recalled to Montreal July 14 after Orlando Cabrera landed on DL...made ML debut July 17 at Boston...homered for 1st big league hit, going deep July 21 at Florida (solo clout off Vic Darensbourg)...also connected off Reds' Pete Harnisch July 29 at Olympic Stadium, as 6 of 19 ML hits went for extra bases. 1999 Was starting shortstop at double-A Harrisburg as club captured 4th-straight Eastern League championship...led club with career-high 28 stolen bases...played for Estrellas in Dominican Winter League. 1998 Batted .251 with 27 stolen bases in 117 games at single-A Jupiter. 1997 Opened campaign with 69-game stint at single-A Vermont, but also played in 4 contests with single-A West Palm Beach. 1996 Began professional career with Expos' affiliate in rookie-level Gulf Coast League...made brief 3-game appearance at Vermont.