Luis Terrero #59

  • OF
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 3"/205
  • Age: 35

Luis Terrero MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.234 14 52 17 .675

Luis Terrero Bio

  • Full Name: Luis Enrique Terrero
  • Born: 5/18/1980 in Barahona, Dominican Republic
  • High School: Barney Morgan, Barahona, DR
  • Debut: July 10, 2003
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 551 66 129 14 52 17 .234 .319 .675
  • Status: Reserve List (Minors)

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MiLB.com Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2010 Cincinnati NL

INT Player of the Week

Week Team League
05/17/2010 Louisville INT

MEX Most Valuable Player

Year Team League
2011 Mexico MEX

MEX Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2009 Laguna MEX
2011 Mexico MEX
2013 Mexico MEX

Luis Terrero Leaderboards

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Season HBP Rank
2007 9 21st in AL

Luis Terrero Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
May 24, 2015 Saraperos de Saltillo placed OF Luis Terrero on the reserve list.
April 3, 2015 Saraperos de Saltillo activated OF Luis Terrero.
February 7, 2015 Saraperos de Saltillo signed free agent OF Luis Terrero.
July 12, 2014 Piratas de Campeche released OF Luis Terrero.
May 27, 2014 Diablos Rojos del Mexico traded OF Luis Terrero to Piratas de Campeche.
October 6, 2013 Diablos Rojos del Mexico activated OF Luis Terrero from the 60-day disabled list.
July 30, 2013 Diablos Rojos del Mexico placed OF Luis Terrero on the 60-day disabled list.
March 20, 2013 Diablos Rojos del Mexico signed free agent OF Luis Terrero.
November 1, 2011 OF Luis Terrero elected free agency.
March 17, 2011 Diablos Rojos del Mexico signed free agent OF Luis Terrero.
November 6, 2010 OF Luis Terrero elected free agency.
September 23, 2010 Louisville Bats activated OF Luis Terrero from the temporarily inactive list.
September 9, 2010 Louisville Bats placed OF Luis Terrero on the temporarily inactive list.
September 1, 2010 OF Luis Terrero assigned to Louisville Bats from Carolina Mudcats.
July 14, 2010 Luis Terrero assigned to Carolina Mudcats from Louisville Bats.
June 19, 2010 Luis Terrero roster status changed by Louisville Bats.
April 30, 2010 OF Luis Terrero assigned to Louisville Bats from Carolina Mudcats.
April 18, 2010 Luis Terrero assigned to Carolina Mudcats from Louisville Bats.
April 8, 2010 Luis Terrero assigned to Louisville Bats from Cincinnati Reds.
March 17, 2010 Cincinnati Reds signed free agent OF Luis Terrero to a minor league contract.
December 31, 2009 CF Luis Terrero elected free agency.

Luis Enrique Terrero Bio Info

Married ... has one daughter ... is a 1998 graduate of Barney Morgan High School in Barahona, D.R. 2007 Spent most of his first season in the Chicago organization in the majors ... appeared in 61 games with the Sox, hitting .231 (27-117) with a career-high five home runs and 12 RBI ... his 61 games were up from 27 with Baltimore in 2006 ... appeared in 38 games in center field (24 starts), 15 in right (four) and five in left (three) ... compiled a .989 (1 E/87 TC) in the outfield ... hit .258 (17-66) vs. right-handers and .196 (10-51) vs. lefties ... belted three of five homers off southpaws ... batted .198 with no one on base, .306 with runners on and .353 with runners in scoring position ... was hit by a pitch nine times in 139 plate appearances, most on the club ... was successful in four of seven stolen base attempts ... began the season at Class AAA Charlotte and hit .231 (15-65) with four home runs and nine RBI in 20 games ... his contract was purchased from Charlotte on 5/1 and hit a solo home run in his first at-bat with the White Sox that night at Seattle ... homered with a season-high three RBI on 5/25 vs. Tampa Bay ... the home run was the longest hit by a Sox player at U.S. Cellular Field in 2007 (442 feet) ... did not homer in his final 40 games (73 at-bats ) after a solo shot on 6/12 at Philadelphia ... was on the disabled list from 7/24-9/1 with a strained left groin ... went 2-15 (.133) in 10 games prior to the injury ... returned to action on 9/4 at Detroit as a defensive replacement ... played in 13 games in September (no starts) ... was outrighted to Charlotte on 10/3. 2006 Spent most of the season with Class AAA Ottawa (Baltimore) after being released by Arizona on 3/29 ... also appeared in 27 games with the Orioles, batting .200 (8-40) with one home run and six RBI ... began the season with the Lynx ... ranked second on the club in home runs (16) and stolen bases (18), despite playing just 84 games ... 12 of his 16 homers with Ottawa came off right-handers ... appeared in his first six games before having his contract purchased by the Orioles on 4/19 ... was hitless in 14 at-bats over 11 games from 4/21-5/12 before being outrighted to Ottawa on 5/16 ... hit .312 (53-170) with 11 home runs and 24 RBI in 46 games from 5/17-7/5, including a 10-game hitting streak from 5/21-6/2 (.400, 16-40) ... his contract was purchased by Baltimore for the second time on 7/6 ... was 8-26 (.308) in 16 games in July with the Orioles ... drove in three runs on 7/21 at Tampa Bay ... hit his only home run on 7/25 at Kansas City (off Mike Redman) ... was outrighted back to the Lynx on 8/2 and batted .313 (36-115) with five homers and 19 RBI in his final 32 games ... appeared in 13 games with Azucareros of the Dominican Winter League ... White Sox acquisition was recommended by Bill Scherrer. 2005 Hit .230 (37-161) with four home runs and 20 RBI in 88 games with Arizona ... started 42 games in center field and one in right ... served as a pinch runner on 14 occasions, scoring six times ... was 7-19 (.368) with runners on base and 2-6 (.333) as a pinch hitter ... made his first Opening Day roster ... matched his career high with three hits on 5/25 vs. San Diego, going 3-4 with a solo home run ... suffered a strained left groin on 6/5 at Philadelphia ... was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 6/8 ... hit safely in all seven rehab games with Class AAA Tucson from 6/21-27, going 8-30 (.267) ... was reinstated from the disabled list on 6/28 ... posted a five-game hitting streak from 7/9-18 (.417, 5-12) ... made 16 appearances from 9/9 through the end of the season, but accumulated just 13 atbats (one hit). 2004 Appeared in 62 games with the Diamondbacks, batting .245 (56-229) with four home runs and 14 RBI ... made 55 starts in center field and four in right ... struck out 78 times, an average of one every 2.9 at-bats ... was successful on 10 of 12 stolen base attempts ... began the season with Tucson ... was recalled by Arizona on 7/9 ... played in six games (.467, 7-15) before being optioned back to the Sidewinders on 7/19 ... was recalled for the final time on 7/31 following Steve Finley's trade to the Dodgers ... started 54 of the final 57 games ... hit his first major league home run on 8/17 vs. Pittsburgh (off Ryan Vogelsong) ... hit leadoff home runs on 9/4 at San Francisco and 9/15 vs. Colorado ... hit .268 with four home runs and 24 RBI in 45 games with Azucareros in the Dominican Winter League ... Batted .313 (68-217) with nine home runs and 35 RBI in 58 games with Class AAA Tucson ... was successful on 15 of 18 stolen base attempts ... hit .434 (33-76) in April, including a five-hit effort on Opening Day vs. Tacoma ... hit safely in 16 of his first 18 games ... combined to drive in 32 runs in April and May. 2003 Appeared in five games with Arizona, going 1-4 (.250) ... was recalled from Class AAA Tucson on 7/10 and made his major-league debut as a defensive replacement vs. San Diego that day ... recorded his first hit on 7/19 at San Diego, single off Adam Eaton ... was optioned back to th ... His 15 triples tied for the most in the minor leagues and led the Pacific Coast League in his first season with Tucson ... hit .287 (134-467) with 20 doubles, three homers and 46 RBI in 118 games with the Sidewinders ... was successful on just 54.8 percent (29-42) of stolen base attempts. 2002 Was named by Baseball America as Arizona's No. 1 Prospect prior to the season ... hit .286 with 20 doubles, six triples, eight home runs and 54 RBI in 104 games at Class AA El Paso ... was on the disabled list from 5/9-21 with a strained right rib cage ... hit for the cycle on 5/26 vs. Round Rock (5-5, 6 RBI) and again on 8/24 at Shreveport (4-5, 6 RBI) ... joined Hank Blalock (2001) as the only minor-league players in history to hit for the cycle twice in one season ... appeared in 37 games for Azucareros in the Dominican Winter League. 2001 Combined to hit .296 (103-348) with 26 doubles, eight home runs and 27 RBI in 88 games between Class A South Bend, Class A Yakima, Class A Lancaster and El Paso ... was on the disabled list from 5/8-6/15 with a fractured left ankle ... was activated on 6/15. 2000 Combined to hit .245 (87-355) with eight homers and 45 RBI at Class A High Desert and Advanced Rookie Missoula ... spent the majority of the season at Missoula ... was selected to the Pioneer League postseason All- Star Team after driving in 44 runs ... ranked fourth in the PL with 23 stolen bases ... began the season on the disabled list with a broken left wrist (4/6-5/21) ... was named PL Player of the Week for 7/10-16 ... earned Most Valuable Player honors in the Hall of Fame Game on 7/24 at Cooperstown, N.Y., going 2-4 with a double vs. Cleveland. 1999 Spent the entire season at Missoula ... led the PL in runs scored (74), strikeouts (91), ranked third in triples (seven) and fourth in stolen bases (27) ... earned PL Player of the Week honors for 6/21-27 ... was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 8 Prospect in the PL following the season.