Felix Escalona

  • SS
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 0" /190

Felix Escalona MLB Career Stats

206 .209 0 13 8 .543

Felix Escalona Bio

  • Full Name: Felix Eduardo Escalona
  • Born: 3/12/1979 in Cabello Edo, Venezuela
  • Debut: 4/4/2002
  • Last Game: 10/2/2005
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MLB Career Stats 206 20 43 0 13 8 .209 .261 .543


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Felix Eduardo Escalona Bio Info

Single, resides in native Venezuela. 2005 Appeared in 10 games with the Yankees, hitting .286 (4-for-14) with two RBIs. ... In 91 games with Triple-A Columbus, hit .274 with seven home runs and 45 RBIs. ... Led the Clippers with 18 HBP. ... From 8/22-25, became the first American League player in 2005 to play four infield positions in four days. ... Hit game-winning walkoff single on 8/23 vs. Toronto. 2004 Spent the majority of the season at Triple-A Columbus, batting .308 (138-for-448) with 7HR and 59RBI in 130 games...led the Clippers with 32 doubles, 11 sacrifice hits and was tied for first with his 138 hits...also was second on the team and tied for seventh in the International League with his .308 batting average... had the longest hitting streak by a Clipper at 20 games, the third longest in the IL...set a single-season franchise record with 17 HBP...had his contract purchased by the Yankees from Triple-A Columbus on 9/14...made his Yankees debut on 9/18 vs. Boston, entering game as a defensive replacement (for Rodriguez) in the ninth inning at third base...appeared in a total of eight games with the Yankees, going 0-for-8...played for Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League, batting .171 (7-for-41) with 4RBI in 11 games. 2003 Appeared in 10 games over two stints with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, batting .185 with two doubles and two RBI...began the season with Double-A Orlando and hit .244 with seven doubles, one home run and eight RBI in 22 games...was recalled by the Devil Rays on 4/24 and optioned back to Orlando on 5/3...was again recalled on 5/9 after Rey Ordonez was sidelined with left knee sprain...made seven straight starts at SS until the Rays added Julio Lugo...was designated for assignment on 5/17...was claimed by the Baltimore Orioles on 5/19 and sent to Double-A Bowie...played in one game for Bowie and was then promoted to Triple-A Ottawa...with the Lynx, batted .233 in nine games at second base. 2002 Appeared in 59 games with the Devil Rays, making 40 starts (20 at 2B, 16 at SS and 4 at 3B) and batting .217 with 9RBI...was claimed off waivers from the San Francisco Giants on 3/27...was one of three Rule 5 players the Rays carried in 2002 (also pitchers Steve Kent and Jorge Sosa)...was his first season above Class-A...made his Major League debut in the Rays' 3rd game on 4/4 vs. Detroit, as a defensive replacement at SS...collected his first big league hit in his first Major League at-bat, a single off Matt Anderson...made his first Major League start on 4/7 at shortstop against Roger Clemens at Yankee Stadium...went 0-for-3 in the game...on 9/15 at Sky Dome went 3-for-4, tying a club record with 3 runs scored in a 7-4 Devil Rays' victory...average reached a season-high .268 on 8/4 after going 2-for-4 against the White Sox...the Devil Rays went 12-8 when he started at second base...best month was June when he hit .348 (8-for-23)...hit 143 points higher at home (.299, 20-for- 67) than on the road (.156, 14-for-90)...was voted as the Giants' 2002 Harry S. Jordan Award winner as the best prospect in his first major league spring training camp...hit .364 (12-for-33) for San Francisco in the spring with two doubles, a HR and seven RBI...played winter ball in his native Venezuela for Magallanes. 2001 Batted a career-best .298 for Class-A Lexington of the Houston Astros organization with 92 runs, 42 doubles, two triples, 16 home runs, 64 RBI and 46 stolen bases, earning Baseball America and South Atlantic League All-Star honors...ranked first among Astros farmhands in doubles (42), fourth in hits (158) and fourth in runs (92)...played 120 games at second base and 20 at shortstop. 2000 Split the season between Class-A Michigan and Class-A Kissimmee...opened the year with Michigan hitting .259 with 6 HR and 35 RBI in 64 games...played primarily second base (53 games), while also seeing action at shortstop (14)...was sent to Kissimmee on 7/9 and hit .252 with 8 RBI in 42 contests...played 25 games at SS, 12 at 2B and 7 at 3B. 1999 Spent the entire season with Class-A Michigan, leading the club with 29 doubles...hit .288 for secondhighest total of his career...split time between 2B (63 games), SS (31) and 3B (22). 1998 Split the year between Class-A Kissimmee and Class-A Auburn...appeared in just 3 games with Kissimmee before playing in 51 contests for Auburn of the New York-Penn League...worked mostly at shortstop. 1997 Played with the Gulf Coast Astros for most of the year with a short three-game stint with Kissimmee in June...played 51 games for the Astros, hitting just .206 with 1 HR and 9 RBI. 1996 Began his professional career at age 17 with the Gulf Coast Astros...hit .147 with a HR and 9 RBI in 28 contests.