Luis Lopez

  • 1B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 0"/205

Luis Lopez MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.228 3 10 0 .590

Luis Lopez Bio

  • Full Name: Luis Lopez
  • Born: 10/5/1973 in Brooklyn, NY
  • Debut: 4/29/2001
  • Last Game: 4/24/2004
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 145 10 33 3 10 0 .228 .273 .590

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INT Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2000 Syracuse INT

Luis Lopez Bio Info

Luis Lopez...originally played for St. Paul of the Independent Northern League and independent Ogden of the Pioneer League before signing with the Blue Jays organization. 2003 Spent the entire season at Sacramento, the fourth consecutive season he has spent most of his year at the Triple-A level...batted .283 with nine home runs and 72 RBI with the River Cats...the batting average was the lowest mark of his career and it marked just the second time he has hit under .300 over a full season (.285 in 1996)...led Sacramento in games (131), at bats (516) and hits (146) and ranked second in doubles (28) and total bases (201)...matched his career high with 64 walks...struck out 63 times, marking the fifth time in his eight minor league seasons he has finished with fewer strikeouts than walks...fared better on the road where he batted .306 (86 for 281) with six home runs and 45 RBI compared to .255 (60 for 235) with three home runs and 27 RBI at Raley Field...averaged improved slightly to .297 (47 for 158) with runners in scoring position...had two grand slams...batted at every spot in the order from third through seventh...saw his most extensive action hitting clean-up (64 for 249, .257) and fifth (39 for 140, .279) but had his best batting average when hitting third (29 for 71, .408)...saw all of his playing time at third base where he appeared in 131 games and committed 14 errors for a .957 fielding percentage...was in the major league camp with the A's during the spring and hit .341 (15 for 44) with two home runs and seven RBI in 26 games...was one of the last cuts as he was optioned to Sacramento on March 30...started slowly with the River Cats as he hit .232 in April and .229 in May, hitting just one home run in each month...average improved every month the rest of the way as he hit .282 in June, .299 in July and .370 in August before going 4 for 10 (.400) in two games in September...had three hits and five RBI on April 12 against Nashville and added another three hit game on April 16 against Las Vegas to bring his average to the .280 mark...then went 11 for 71 (.155) over his next 18 games to drop his average to .207...had four hits at Fresno on June 3...added a home run and three RBI and then homered and drove in four runs the next day against the Grizzlies...doubled in five consecutive games from June 12 to 15...hit .326 (14 for 43) with three home runs, 11 RBI and seven walks over a 10-game stretch from July 2 to 14...was hitting .257 entering play on July 30 and then put together a 13-game hitting streak from July 30 to August 13 (24 for 55, .436) to push his average to .278...finished the season with a six-game hitting streak (11 for 28, .393) to push his average to a season-ending and season-high .283.

Career:
1995-began his professional career with St. Paul of the Northern League before signing with independent Ogden of the Pioneer League...finished fourth in the league in batting (.357) and fifth in slugging (.555)...had the fifth best home run per at bat ratio in the league (1 per 26 at bats) and was also fifth toughest to strike out (1 per 10.25 plate appearances). 1996-tied for St. Catharines team lead with 17 doubles...hit .406 (26 for 64) with 3 HR and 18 RBI over a 17 game stretch from July 19 to August 6...hit safely in nine straight games, August 5 to 13 (14 for 37, .378). 1997-led the South Atlantic League in batting (.358), hits (180) and on-base percentage (.430), finished second in doubles (47), tied for second in runs (96), third in total bases (268) and extra base hits (62) and fourth in RBI (99) and slugging (.533)...was second in strikeouts per plate appearance (1 per 12.82)...led Hagerstown in games (136), at bats (503) and walks (60)...winner of the R. Howard Webster award as team MVP...compiled a 15-game hitting streak, May 1 to 16, hitting .523 (34 for 65) during the streak and earning the league's player of the week honors...a week later, he embarked on an 11-game hitting streak (14 for 35, .400)...hit .455 (51 for 112) in May to lead the entire minor leagues...he also won the organization's player of the month honors for May and August...was the winner of Howe Sportsdata's bStar of Starsb award as MVP of the all-star game...went 5 for 5 with two doubles and three RBI on June 26 against Piedmont...hit safely in 10 straight games, July 25 to August 6 (19 for 41, .463)...doubled in four consecutive games, August 21 to 24...hit .371 at home and .344 on the road...played 87 games at first base without committing an error. 1998-named MVP of the Knoxville Smokies...finished fifth in the Southern League in strikeouts per plate appearance (1 per 9.44) and eighth in batting (.313)...led Knoxville in hits (141), sacrifice flies (8) and intentional walks (3) and tied for the team lead in home runs (15)...began the year at Knoxville and went 4 for 4 on April 7...had another 4 for 4 performance on June 12 against Greenville...went 4 for 5 with a pair of doubles and three runs scored on June 21 against Mobile...hit .327 (107 for 327) with 13 HR and 69 RBI against right handed pitchers...hit .354 (17 for 48) with 4 HR and 26 RBI with runners in scoring position and two outs...was called up to Syracuse on August 2 and hit safely in his first five games (7 for 22, .318)...went 2 for 9 with four RBI in three playoff games for Knoxville. 1999-was third in the International League and led the Blue Jays organization in hits (171)...was fifth in the league in strikeouts per plate appearance (10.03)...ranked sixth in the IL and third in the organization in average (.322)...led Syracuse in batting, games (136), at bats (531), runs (76), hits, total bases (222), doubles (35) and sacrifice flies (8)...was third on the team in triples (2) and RBI (69)...was 4 for 5 with four runs scored on May 6 at Durham...hit safely in 21 of 22 games from May 16 to June 7 and batted .352 (31 for 88) during that streak with 15 runs and 18 RBI...had a grand slam and seven RBI on May 18 against Durham...hit .347 (41 for 121) with 20 runs and 22 RBI in 30 games in May and followed that up with a .351 (40 for 114) average in 28 games in June...hit safely in 22 of 24 games from July 20 to August 7 (25 for 67, .373)...hit .330 (30 for 91) in 25 games in July...had a 13 game hitting streak from August 12 to 24...had four hits on August 31 vs. Scranton-WB...hit .322 (82 for 255) at home and .322 (89 for 276) on the road...batted .360 (40 for 111) against left handed pitchers and .346 (45 for 130) as a leadoff hitter...recorded 50 multiple hit games. 2000-finished second in the International League with 161 hits and a .328 batting average for Triple-A Syracuse...led the IL with one strikeout every 16.64 plate appearances...drew 48 walks and had 35 extra base hits in 130 games for a .430 slugging percentage and .384 on-base percentage...did not strike out in 14 consecutive games, April 14 to May 3, going 22 for 55 (.400) with 11 RBI...had a season high three doubles in a 15-7 loss against Buffalo on May 20...did not strike out in 25 consecutive games, May 12 to June 13...had a 12-game hitting streak, July 4 to 16 and went 5 for 5 with a season high five RBI in a 14-6 victory over Rochester on August 23. 2001-split the season between Triple-A Syracuse of the International League and Toronto where he hit .244 in 41 games with four doubles, three home runs and 10 RBI...at Syracuse, was named team MVP after hitting .324 with 26 doubles, 10 home runs and 73 RBI...is the only four-time R. Howard Webster Award winner for an MVP season with a Blue Jays affiliate...opened the season in Syracuse and had three stints with Toronto...was recalled to Toronto on April 28 until May 18, appearing in seven games and batting .167 with a home run...made his major league debut on April 29 as a pinch hitter and was walked intentionally...first official at bat came on April 30 and he was 0 for 1 as a pinch hitter...had his first major league hit on May 5, a pinch hit single off the Mariners Arthur Rhodes...on May 13, he was 1 for 4 as the designated hitter with his first major league home run off Jamie Moyer...returned to Toronto from July 1 to August 3...in July, started 26 of 27 games at third base and hit .266 with four doubles, a home run and seven RBI...hit in a career high eight straight games from July 2 to 12...had back-to-back three-hit games on July 4 and 5 in Tampa Bay...was recalled to Toronto for the third time on September 4...appeared in six more games and hit .200...hit .265 against right handed pitching with two home runs and seven RBI and .194 against left handed pitching with a home run and three RBI...hit .182 at SkyDome and .297 on the road...batted .296 (8 for 27) with runners in scoring position. 2004