Francisco Santos #60

  • 1B
  • B/T: L/L
  • 6' 1"/170

Francisco Santos MLB Career Stats

.200 1 1 0 .733

Francisco Santos Bio

  • Full Name: Francisco Alejandro Santos
  • Born: 3/9/1974 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • High School: Escuela Manuel de Jesus
  • Debut: 6/18/2003
  • Last Game: 7/3/2003
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MLB Career Stats 15 2 3 1 1 0 .200 .200 .733


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Francisco Santos Stats

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Francisco Santos Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 18, 2003 Francisco Santos roster status changed by San Francisco Giants.

Francisco Alejandro Santos Bio Info

Promising left-handed bat will join club in Spring Training as non-roster invitee after making ML debut with Giants in 2003...has emerged as bona fide prospect over last 3 seasons, rising from Arizona Rookie League to leading RBI-man amongst Giants farmhands with 192 since 2001...saw action in 15 games with SF last season, going 3-for-15 (.200) with 2 2Bs and HR...earned South Atlantic League All-Star accolades with single-A Hagerstown in 2001 and Texas League All-Star honors with Shreveport in 2002...owns .278 lifetime avg. with 120 2Bs, 19 3Bs, 34 HRs and 288 RBI in 561 career minor league contests...native of Santo Domingo in Dominican Republic, joins fellow Dominicans Pedro Feliz, Neifi Perez and Felix Rodriguez, as well as manager Felipe Alou and 1st base coach Luis Pujols...was originally signed by former Giant great Mateo Alou.

Attended Escuela Manuel de Jesus Galvan in Santo Domingo...single. 2003 7th professional campaign was highlighted by mid-season stint in big leagues...despite being on SF's 40-man roster, did not make it to Spring Training due to visa problems in native Dominican Republic...however, was recalled by Giants June 18 when Marvin Benard was placed on Disabled List...made ML debut that night at Dodger Stadium, going 0-for-2 after entering game as defensive replacement in RF...made 1st big league start (at 1st base) June 20 at Oakland and responded with 1st career hit, double off Aaron Harang...clubbed 1st ML homer June 29 vs. A's, drilling pinch-hit solo clout off Jim Mecir at SBC fact, all 3 SF hits went for extra bases, as he finished 8-game big league stay 3-for-15 (.200) with 2 2Bs and HR...was optioned back to triple-A Fresno July 2...logged 87 contests overall with Grizzlies, batting .239 with 15 2Bs, 5 3Bs, 6 HRs and 42 RBI...saw action in left field (38 games), 1st base (23) and right field (9). 2002 Texas League All-Star with double-A Shreveport also spent time with triple-A Fresno and led all Giants farmhands with combined .307 batting avg. and 152 hits, while ranking 2nd in organization with 70 RBI...also clubbed 36 2Bs, 6 3Bs and 6 HRs while hitting safely in 98 of 132 games (74.2%)...hit .312 with Shreveport to rank 7th in TL...was named Shreveport's Player of Month for both April and June...was promoted to triple-A Fresno Aug. 8 and made immediate impact, hitting safely in 13 of his 1st 14 contests (20-for-53, .377)...opened season at 1st base before making shift to left field...played 39 games at 1st base, while logging 71 contests in outfield...following campaign, played 37 games for Cibao in Dominican Winter League...was 34-for-121 (.281) with 6 2Bs, 2 HRs and 14 RBI while stealing 5 bases. 2001 Put together South Atlantic League All-Star campaign with single-A Hagerstown, hitting .290 with 27 2Bs, 3 3Bs, 12 HRs and 80 RBI in 131 games for Suns...marked 1st year at single-A level...had one of best all-around offensive campaigns of any Giants minor league player, ranking 2nd amongst all organization farmhands in hits (151), 3rd in RBI and 9th in batting average...earned TOPPS Player of Month in SAL for May after hitting robust .348 with 5 HRs and 28 RBI...went 1-for-8 (.125) with RBI in 2 games of South Atlantic League playoffs...played winter ball for Pollos in Dominican Winter League. 2000 Hit .372 with 2 HRs and 10 RBI in 12 games for Giants' affiliate in Arizona Rookie League before earning promotion to short-A Salem-Keizer...played in just 2 games with Volcanoes, going 0-for-7. 1999 Had worst offensive season of professional career with Giants' entry in Dominican Summer League, hitting .236 with 3 HRs and 40 RBI in 67 games. 1998 Played 2nd season in Dominican Summer League, hitting at .281 clip with HR and 22 RBI in 60 games for Giants squad. 1997 Made professional debut at age 17, playing in 70 games for Giants' affiliate in Domincian Summer League...hit .271 with 13 2Bs, 2 3Bs, 4 HR and 24 RBI.