Adam Morrissey

  • 2B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 5' 11"/170

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Adam Morrissey Bio

  • Full Name: Adam Morrissey
  • Born: 6/8/1981 in Gosford, Australia
  • High School: Lisarow (AUS) HS
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TEX Mid-Season All-Star

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2006 Frisco TEX
2007 Arkansas TEX

Adam Morrissey Bio Info

Adam Morrissey was originally signed by Chicago Cubs scout Tad Powers...graduated from Lisarow High School in Gosford, New South Wales, Australia in 1999. 1999 Signed with Chicago as a non-drafted free agent in February and spent his first professional season with the Cubs affiliate in the Arizona Rookie League...tied for the team lead in walks (21) and finished second in batting (.296) and hits (50)...appeared in 44 games, all at second base, and committed 14 errors for a .925 fielding percentage...hit .267 over his first 25 games and .329 over his final 19. 2000 Played for Eugene in the Short Season Single-A Northwest League and hit .275 with seven home runs and 36 RBI in 73 games...led the club with 16 doubles and was second in games played (73), hits (74), home runs (7), RBI (36) and walks (42)...ranked fifth in the Northwest League with 115 total bases...appeared in 47 games at third base, 12 at second base, seven at shortstop and eight at designated hitter...had two home runs on July 6 at Yakima and stole home...reached base safely via hit or walk in 34 consecutive games from July 27 to August 30 (36 for 120, .300, 27 bb)...then batted .421 (8 for 19) with a home run and five RBI in five playoff games. 2001 Played for Single-A Lansing in the Midwest League and hit .309 which was seventh best in the Cubs farm system...had a .427 on-base percentage which tied for seventh best in all of minor league baseball and added 11 triples which tied for eighth most...ranked second in the Midwest League in on-base percentage, third in walks (80) and fifth in triples...led Lansing in runs (88), triples, walks and on-base percentage and was second in slugging (.524)...batted .329 with all 14 of his home runs and 54 of his 62 RBI against right handed pitching...hit just .206 against left-handers...batted in every spot in the order except eighth and saw his most playing time in the six spot (54 for 171, .316)...appeared in 46 games at second base, 27 at third base, 16 at designated hitter, 14 in left field, 14 in right field, four in center field and two at shortstop...had a pair of triples on May 10 at Michigan...that started a 26-game streak through June 7 where he reached base safely via hit or walk in each game (26 for 89, .292, 22 walks)...homered twice in the first game of a doubleheader at Cedar Rapids on June 15 and added another home run in the second game...hit .365 in July and .323 in August before going 3 for 7 (.429) in September...went 4 for 4 with two walks on July 18 at Burlington...hit .375 (3 for 8) with a pair of doubles in two postseason games for the Lugnuts. 2002 Acquired by the A's organization in a trade for Mark Bellhorn and batted a combined .253 with five home runs and 48 RBI in a career high 126 games at Single-A Modesto and Double-A Midland...combined at both stops to appear in 116 games at second base, three in right field and one at shortstop...began the year at Midland...was batting .225 with two home runs and 18 RBI in 72 games when he was transferred to Modesto on July 1...hit .291 with three home runs and 26 RBI in 36 games with the A's...added 20 walks for a .383 on-base percentage...hit .359 against left-handers and .265 against righthanders... average improved to .396 with runners in scoring position...was transferred back to Midland on August 12...hit .276 over his final 18 games with the Rockhounds to finish the Double-A portion of his campaign with a .235 batting average, two home runs and 22 RBI in 90 games...played for Phoenix in the Arizona Fall League and ranked third in the circuit with a .371 batting average...tied for the league lead in runs scored (26), ranked second in on-base percentage (.496) and was fourth in slugging (.552)...added four home runs and 14 RBI. 2004 Made his Triple-A debut in his sixth professional season and hit .291 with nine home runs and 56 RBI in 109 games with Sacramento...the batting average and home runs were his best since joining the A's organization in a trade following the 2001 season...batted .297 (35 for 118) with one home run against left handed pitching and .288 (79 for 274) with eight home runs against right-handers...hit seven of his nine home runs on the road...was 8 for 19 (.421) with a grand slam and 20 RBI with the bases loaded...had a .977 (7 errors in 307 chances) fielding percentage in 79 games at second base and .957 (3 errors in 70 total chances) fielding percentage in 27 games at third base...also appeared in one game at shortstop and was 0 for 4 with one RBI as a pinch-hitter...hit in every spot in the order except third and fourth...had his best success when batting leadoff (35 for 97, .361) but saw his most action hitting eighth (38 for 134, .284)...batted .300 or better in each of the first three months of the season as he hit .308 (16 for 52) in April, .318 (21 for 66) in May and .351 (40 for 114) in June...then hit .267 (23 for 86) in July and .131 (8 for 31) in August...scored a season high four runs on April 11 at Edmonton...had his lone fourhit game on May 16 at Iowa...drove in four runs on May 21 against Nashville...put together a season best 18-game hitting streak from May 24 to June 17 where he batted .429 (33 for 77) with eight doubles, four home runs, 15 RBI and 12 multiple hit games...had his batting average at a season high .361 at the end of the hitting streak...connected for a grand slam and matched his season high with four RBI on June 14 against Fresno...was batting .319 (100 for 313) with 55 runs, nine home runs and 51 RBI over his first 83 games through July 28 but then hit .177 (14 for 79) with six runs, no home runs and five RBI over his final 26 games...went 0 for 21 over a six-game stretch from July 30 to August 5...went 1 for 4 (.250) in two postseason games for the River Cats. 2003 Spent the entire season at Double-A Midland and had career highs in at bats (469), doubles (27) and RBI (65)...tied his career high in strikeouts (99)...finished second on Midland in doubles and third in RBI...batted .267 in 125 games and added 50 walks for a .335 on-base percentage...batted .227 (25 for 110) with two home runs against left-handers and .279 (100 for 359) with three home runs against right-handers...hit .275 with runners in scoring position but just .192 with RISP and two outs...appeared in 105 games at third base, 20 at second base and one each at first base, shortstop and left field...committed a total of 28 errors which was one short of his career high of 29 from 2002...was also 7 for 21 (.333) in six games at designated hitter...hit in every spot in the order except first and fourth and saw most of his playing time batting second (25 for 118, .212) and sixth (30 for 105, .286)...hit just .227 in 20 games in April...had his best month of the season in May as he hit .310 with 16 RBI in 28 games...batted .266 in June and then hit .283 in July...had a season high nine-game hitting streak from July 19 to 27 (16 for 37, .432)...capped the streak with a 5 for 5 performance on July 27 at San Antonio and drove in the winning run in the Rockhounds 4-3, 10 inning win...homered twice in the game after hitting just two home runs over his first 95 games and 353 at bats...batted .238 in August but had 19 RBI in 26 games, his most RBI in one month in 2003.