Alex Cintron #10

  • SS
  • B/T: S/R
  • 6' 2" /210

Alex Cintron MLB Career Stats

2056 .275 33 222 18 .707

Alex Cintron Bio

  • Full Name: Alexander Cintron
  • Born: 12/17/1978 in Humacao, Puerto Rico
  • High School: Mech-Tech, Caguas, PR
  • Debut: 7/24/2001
  • Last Game: 5/19/2009
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MLB Career Stats 2056 244 565 33 222 18 .275 .313 .707


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Alex Cintron Stats

*Since 2006

Alex Cintron Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
*Since 2006

Alex Cintron Statcast Events


Alex Cintron Awards

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Alex Cintron Leaderboards


Season 3B Rank
2003 6 9th in NL
2004 7 9th in NL

Alex Cintron Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
May 16, 2012 Diablos Rojos del Mexico released 3B Alex Cintron.
May 8, 2012 Diablos Rojos del Mexico signed free agent 3B Alex Cintron.
May 24, 2011 2B Alex Cintron retired.
May 3, 2011 Tucson Padres signed free agent 2B Alex Cintron.
May 3, 2011 3B Alex Cintron elected free agency.
April 26, 2011 Vaqueros de la Laguna signed free agent 3B Alex Cintron.
February 8, 2011 2B Alex Cintron assigned to Syracuse Chiefs.
November 6, 2010 2B Alex Cintron elected free agency.
September 21, 2010 Buffalo Bisons activated 2B Alex Cintron from the 7-day disabled list.
May 19, 2010 Buffalo Bisons placed 2B Alex Cintron on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to May 17, 2010.
March 21, 2010 2B Alex Cintron assigned to New York Mets.
February 11, 2010 Buffalo Bisons signed free agent 2B Alex Cintron.
November 9, 2009 2B Alex Cintron elected free agency.
September 22, 2009 Tacoma Rainiers activated 2B Alex Cintron from the 7-day disabled list.
August 26, 2009 Tacoma Rainiers placed 2B Alex Cintron on the 7-day disabled list.
July 20, 2009 2B Alex Cintron assigned to Tacoma Rainiers from AZL Mariners.
July 16, 2009 Alex Cintron assigned to AZL Mariners from Seattle Mariners.
July 4, 2009 Seattle Mariners signed SS Alex Cintron.
May 20, 2009 Washington Nationals designated Alex Cintron for assignment.
April 18, 2009 Washington Nationals purchased SS Alex Cintron from Syracuse Chiefs.

Alexander Cintron Bio Info

Alexander Cintron...single...favorite player as a youth was Roberto Alomar, who became a teammate in 2004. 2008 Spent injury-plagued season in BAL's chain after being released by CHI at the end of Spring Training...began season with Norfolk, but was recalled by O's on May 11...went 4-for-4 in first starts with BAL on May 17 vs. Washington...laced game-ending RBI single in 11th inning on May 27 vs. NYY...missed month of July with strained left hamstring...hit .352 at Oriole Park...27 of 28 starts with BAL came at shortstop. 2007 Batted .243 (45-185) with two home runs and 19 RBI in 68 games in his second season with the White Sox ... his totals were down from .285/5/41 in 91 games in 2006 ... was on Major League Baseball's Bereavement/ Restricted List three times due to various family ilnesses (4/22-26, 5/12-16 and 8/21-9/1) ... made 19 appearances at third base (12 starts), 17 at shortstop (15 starts) and 14 at second (14 starts) ... also made two starts as designated hitter (0-7) ... compiled a .941 (10 E/171 TC) fielding percentage ... batted .244 (40-164) with two home runs left-handed and .238 (5-21) from the right side ... did not record a sacrifice hit for the first time since 2001 (eight games) ... hit .273 (27-99) on the road, compared to .209 (18-86) at home ... went 16-48 (.333) with runners in scoring position ... the White Sox were 16-14 when he collected a hit ... was 3-13 (.231) with one home run and two RBI as a pinch hitter ... hit .314 (22-70) vs. the American League Central (.200 against rest of baseball) ... made his second straight Opening Day roster with the White Sox ...collected two hits in his first 27 at-bats (.074) ... amassed four multihit efforts over a five-game stretch from 5/21-30 (.421, 8-19) ... recorded a season-high three hits (two doubles) on 6/13 at Philadelphia ... collected his 500th career hit on 6/26 at Tampa Bay ... equaled his career high with four RBI on 7/6-1 vs. Minnesota, going 3-4 with a double and a triple ... homer on 9/4 at Detroit was his first since 9/29/06 at Minnesota ... hit his fourth career pinch-hit homer on 9/7 vs. Minnesota ... hit .364 (12-33) with two home runs in September. 2006 Spent his first season with the White Sox after being acquired from Arizona on 3/8 in exchange for pitcher Jeff Bajenaru ... made 41 appearances at shortstop (35 starts), 26 at second base (23 starts) and 11 at third (six starts) ... compiled a .972 (8 E/282 TC) fielding percentage ... stole a careerhigh 10 bases ... batted .288 (65-226) with all five home runs left-handed and .274 (17-62) from the right side ... went 2-18 (.111) as a pinch hitter ... averaged one RBI every 7.0 at-bats (41 RBI/228 AB), the second-best mark of his career (6.9 in 2005) ... recorded at least one at-bat in all positions in the lineup except leadoff ... was 29-92 (.315) batting second ... made two starts at designated hitter (2-12) ... hit .310 (9-29) in interleague play ... compiled three separate six-game hitting streaks ... the Sox went 22-5 when he collected an RBI ... hit two triples on 4/13 at Detroit, the first Sox player to accomplish the feat since Jose Valentin on 6/18/04 at Montreal ... recorded game-winning RBI in back-to-back games on 6/6-7 vs. Detroit ... hit a game-winning, three-run home run in the eighth inning on 6/6, his first homer since 9/22/05 vs. the Dodgers ... hit a game-ending single in the 10th inning on 6/24 vs. Houston ... matched his career high with four hits on 6/28 at Pittsburgh (fourth time) ... hit .347 (17-49) in June ... hit his first career grand slam on 8/16 vs. Kansas City ... drove in 12 runs in August, a monthly best ... hit .357 (15-42) over his last 13 games ... hit safely in all six of his World Baseball Classic games with Puerto Rico, going 8-24 (.333) with one home run, four RBI and five runs scored. 2005 Appeared in 122 games with Arizona, down from 154 in 2004 ... played in 39 games (31 starts) at shortstop, 32 (18 starts) at third base and 23 (15 starts) at second ... hit .304 (14-46) with three doubles, three home runs and 12 RBI as a pinch-hitter ... tied for the major-league lead among pinch-hitters in home runs, tied for third in the National League in RBI and ranked ninth in average ... went 8-14 with two doubles, two homers and eight RBI as a pinch-hitter from 8/18-rest of the season ... hit pinch homers on 7/22 vs. Atlanta (off Jim Brower), 8/21 at Cincinnati (Kent Mercker) and 8/27 vs. Philadelphia (Jon Lieber) ... hit game-ending home runs in extra innings on 7/22 vs. Atlanta (Brower) and 9/22 vs. the Dodgers (Duaner Sanchez) ... matched his career high with four hits vs. Kansas City on 6/10 ... batted .343 (24-70) over his final 24 games ... compiled a nine-game hitting streak from 9/9-22 (.478, 11-23) ... tied his career high with four RBI on 9/22 vs. Atlanta and 9/30 at San Francisco ... hit .301 (25-83) with two home runs and nine RBI vs. left-handers and .263 (65-247) with six homers and 39 RBI vs. right-handers. 2004 Led the Diamondbacks in games played (154) and at-bats (564) and finished second in doubles (31) and third in hits (148) ... was the everyday shortstop for most of the season until a late-season stretch of starts at second base ... hit .415 (17-41) with seven multihit efforts over his final 19 games ... became the first player in franchise history to homer from both sides of the plate on 7/8 at San Francisco ... hit a solo home run off Dustin Hermanson in the fourth inning and a three-run shot off lefty Wayne Franklin in the seventh, finishing with a career-high four RBI. 2003 Was recalled on 5/6 following an injury to Craig Counsell ... led Arizona regulars with a .317 average, ranked second with 26 doubles and third with 70 runs scored and a .489 slugging percentage ... started 90 games at shortstop, 14 at third base and five at second ... batted .311 (33-106) with runners in scoring position ... hit his first major-league home run on 5/14 at Philadelphia, a solo shot off Brett Myers ... posted three straight three-hit games from 6/14-17 ... hit first game-ending homer on 6/20 vs. Cincinnati (off Scott Williamson). 2002 Played in 38 games with the D'Backs over four separate stints ... was first recalled on 5/8 but played in just two games ... was recalled a second time on 6/11 and reported to Yankee Stadium, where he went 5-6 in the final two games of the series ... was 2-2 with two runs scored on 6/11 and 3-4 with two doubles on 6/12 ... was optioned to Tucson again on 6/26 but returned on 7/1 after Erubiel Durazo was injured ... returned to Tucson after the All-Star Break but was recalled for the final time on 8/21. 2001 Was recalled from Class AAA Tucson on 7/23 ... collected his first major-league hit with a single off the Mets Donne Wall on 8/3 ... was optioned back to Tucson on 8/6. 2000 Was named to the Texas League All-Star Team at Class AA El Paso ... ranked among the TL leaders in strikeout ratio (2nd, 10.23), hits (4th, 157), at-bats (522) and average (10th, .301) ... hit .429 (9-21) in the postseason series against Round Rock. 1999 Batted .307 with a career-high 64 RBI in his first full season at Class A High Desert ... shared the shortstop position on the California League postseason All-Star Team ... his 17 sacrifice bunts led the CL and ranked fifth in the minor leagues. 1998 Spent the season at Class A Lethbridge.