Fred Lewis #14

  • LF
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 2"/205

Fred Lewis MLB Career Stats

.266 27 136 53 .747

Fred Lewis Bio

  • Full Name: Frederick Deshaun Lewis
  • Born: 12/9/1980 in Hattiesburg, MS
  • Draft: 2002, San Francisco Giants, 2nd rd. (66th overall)
  • College: Southern
  • Debut: September 1, 2006
  • Ret., Final Game: 10/2/2012
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MLB Career Stats 1562 261 415 27 136 53 .266 .344 .747


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Fred Lewis Awards Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2012 NY Mets NL

INT Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/16/2012 Buffalo INT

Fred Lewis Leaderboards

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2008 21 18th in NL
2010 17 23rd in AL


Season 3B Rank
2008 11 2nd in NL
2010 5 9th in AL


Season SO Rank
2008 124 17th in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2008 7 13th in NL
2010 6 22nd in AL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2010 9 13th in AL

Fred Lewis Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
October 19, 2012 LF Fred Lewis elected free agency.
October 16, 2012 New York Mets sent Fred Lewis outright to Las Vegas 51s.
September 4, 2012 New York Mets selected the contract of Fred Lewis from Buffalo Bisons.
April 25, 2012 Fred Lewis assigned to Buffalo Bisons.
April 24, 2012 New York Mets signed free agent LF Fred Lewis to a minor league contract.
January 19, 2012 Cleveland Indians signed free agent LF Fred Lewis to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 3, 2011 LF Fred Lewis elected free agency.
September 1, 2011 Cincinnati Reds sent LF Fred Lewis outright to Louisville Bats.
May 4, 2011 Fred Lewis roster status changed by Cincinnati Reds.
April 24, 2011 Carolina Mudcats sent LF Fred Lewis on a rehab assignment to Louisville Bats.
April 14, 2011 Fred Lewis assigned to Carolina Mudcats.
March 30, 2011 Cincinnati Reds placed LF Fred Lewis on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to March 27, 2011. Strained right oblique.
January 10, 2011 Cincinnati Reds signed free agent LF Fred Lewis.
December 2, 2010 LF Fred Lewis elected free agency.
April 15, 2010 San Francisco Giants traded LF Fred Lewis to Toronto Blue Jays.
April 7, 2010 sent LF Fred Lewis on a rehab assignment to Fresno Grizzlies.
April 4, 2010 Fred Lewis roster status changed by San Francisco Giants.

Frederick Deshaun Lewis Bio Info

Full name FREDERICK DESHAUN LEWIS...Single...Graduated from Stone High School in Wiggins, MS, where he played baseball, football and basketball...Helped the basketball squad to the state championship...Graduated from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, where he played baseball and football...Attended Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA...Childhood idol was Ken Griffey Jr....Is a cousin of former Indian OF Matt Lawton. 2011 Spent the season in the Reds organization after signing a one-year Major League contract in February...Began the season on the 15-day DL with a strained right oblique...On May 4 was reinstated after 15 rehab games for Carolina and Louisville (.279, 1HR, 4RBI, 2SB)...On May 5 vs Houston, in his second plate appearance for the Reds, produced his first career pinch-hit HR (off Brett Myers)...On 8/31 cleared waivers and was outrighted off the roster after hitting .095 (4-42, 1RBI) in August...Made 45 starts (41GS in LF, 3GS in RF, 1GS at DH)...Hit .298 (25-84) with runners on base...Was 0 for 13 off LHP for the year and hit .247 (42-170) off R. 2010 Graduated from Stone High School in Wiggins, MS, where he played baseball, football and basketball...helped the basketball squad to the state championship...graduated from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, where he played baseball and football...attended Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA...childhood idol was Ken Griffey a cousin of Matt Lawton. 2009 San Francisco's Opening Day left-fielder played in 122 games, batting .258 (76-for-295) with 21 2Bs, 3 3Bs 4 HRs and 20 RBI...was starting left-fielder through June 11, starting 49 of SF's 1st 59 games, however lost starting job in mid-June, making starts in just 21 of Giants' final 103 games and appearing mainly as pinch-hitter for duration of season...hit .263 (10-for-38) in pinch with 7 2B's and 7 RBI...only Nate Schierholtz (.371) had higher avg. as pinch-hitter on team...became one of SF's best pinch-hitting options in 2nd half of year, going 8-for-30 (.267)... posted back-to-back seasons with at least 20 2Bs (25 in 2008)...had 5th-fewest amount of RBI among ML players with at least 300 plate appearances...only Cincinnati's Willy Taveras (15), Arizona's Augie Ojeda (16), New York's-NL Alex Cora (18) and Seattle's Jack Hannahan (19) had less...batted .542 (13-for-24) on 1st pitch, highest figure among NL players and 3rd-best in majors behind Oakland's Jack Cust (.577) and Toronto's Randy Ruiz (.545)...hit better at AT&T Park posting .288 clip (42-for-146) compared to .228 figure (34-for-149) on road...started 70 games overall (69 in LF and 1 as DH)...committed 3 errors in 133 total chances, however, did not commit an error in his final 49 contests (79 total chances)...batted .259 (63-for-243) with 4 HRs and 12 RBI in starting role...hit everywhere in Giants' lineup except for clean-up spot...started year hitting in 3-hole for 8 games, moved to 5th spot for 3 games and then on to leadoff role for 16 games...proceeded to hit lower in lineup (5th- 8th) for rest of season...although he only appeared in 122 games, ranked 2nd on team with .348 on-base pct....went 20-for-67 (.299) with .420 OBP (11 BBs) in 20 games in month of April...was nominee for NL Player of the Week for 1st week of season April 5-12, posting .450 clip (9-for-20) with 5 runs, 3 2Bs, 3B, RBI, .560 OBP and .700 slugging pct. during stretch...lost out to Florida RHP Josh Johnson (2-0, 0.57 ERA)...hit his 1st home run of season May 15 off New York's-NL Livan Hernandez...had .182 avg. (18-for-99) from May 19-July 22 lowering season clip from .294 to season low .243...after not starting for 6 games from June 12-18, was back in starting lineup June 19 vs. Texas and belted his 4th home run of season off Scott Feldman, which proved to be game-winning shot...was HR shy of hitting for cycle July 24 at Colorado, going 3-for-3 with BB...was just his 2nd 3-hit game of season and 1st multi-hit game since May 31 at St. Louis...appeared in 22 games in Aug. making 8 starts in LF and batting .412 (14-for-34) with 6 2Bs and 2 RBI...went 5-for-10 with 2 2Bs and RBI as pinch-hitter in month... used his speed to beat out infield groundball to 2nd base with bases loaded in 8th inning of tie game Sept. 21 at Arizona...was credited with fielders choice and RBI, as Travis Ishikawa scored game-winning run in Giants' 5-4 win...started just 4 of SF's last 45 games and hit only .091 (2-for-22) in 20 games in Sept. and Oct... 2008 Spent entire campaign with Giants, his 1st full season with big league club, before having year cut short due to season-ending surgery on big right toe...appeared in 133 games with SF, batting .282 (132-for-468) with 81 runs, 25 2Bs, 11 3Bs, 9 HRs and 40 RBI, while going 21-for-28 in stolen base attempts...made 108 starts overall (101 in LF, 5 in CF, 2 in RF) and was 5th on team with 133 games played...reached base safely via hit, walk or hit by pitch in 90 of his 108 starts...took over sole ownership of left field when fellow outfielder Dave Roberts went down with knee injury April 8...was 2nd on club in runs (81), 1st in 3Bs (11, tied for 2nd in NL) 6th in HRs (9), 3rd in avg. (.282), and 2nd in steals (21), on-base pct. (.351) and slugging pct. (.440)...his 11 3-baggers were just 1 shy of matching SF single-season mark, which is shared by Willie Mays (1960) and Steve Finley (2006)...led all Giants with .331 (78-for-236) home avg., 20 points higher than next closest player (Randy Winn - .311)...home mark ranked as 7th-highest in NL...hit safely in 50 of 65 home contests...batted .341 (31-for-91) in season's opening month, 11th-highest avg. among all NL players in April...ranked 8th among NL leadoff hitters in runs scored (62) and hits (93)... averaged 4.23 pitches per plate appearance, 4th-most in NL behind CIN-AZ's Adam Dunn (4.32), CHI's Kosuke Fukudome (4.29) and AZ's Mark Reynolds (4.24)...recorded 1st career splash hit, and 1st splash hit at AT&T Park in 2008, April 26 when he belted HR off CIN's Matt Belisle in 5th inning...became 9th Giant to reach McCovey Cove on fly (46th HR)...finished 2B shy of 2nd career cycle, going 3-for-4 with 3 runs scored...knocked pinch-hit, game-tying, 2-run 3B in 10th inning June 1 off Padres Trevor Hoffman...hit go-ahead, game-winning 2-run 2B June 16 vs. DET off Freddy Dolsi in 8th inning of 8-6 Giants win, Lewis Grand Cycle Fred Lewis is one of only four players in ML history (since 1900) to hit his first big league home run as part of a cycle: Player, Team Date, Opp. Cliff Heathcote, STL..........June 13, 1918 at PHI Gary Ward, MIN.................Sept. 18, 1980 (1) at MIL Luke Scott, HOU.................July 28, 2006 vs. AZ Fred Lewis, SF...................May 13, 2007 at COL 128 | San francisco Giants 2009 finishing 2-for-5 with 2B, HR and 3 RBI...had career-best 12-game hitting streak June 10-22, batting .391 (18-for-46) with pair of HRs and 7 RBI...stole home twice: July 3 vs. Chicago-NL and July 4 vs. Los Angeles-NL...hit 1st career leadoff HR July 22 vs. Washington (1-0 pitch off Jason Bergmann)...had season-high 4 hits July 27 vs. Arizona, with all 4 safeties coming off LHP Randy Johnson...became 1st lefthanded hitter to collect 4 knocks off Big Unit in 1 game...finished afternoon 4-for-5 with 2 2Bs and 2 stolen bases...beginning with that July 27 game, was 15-for-35 (.429) vs. left-handers...hit safely in 16 of 21 games from Aug. 1-25, batting .370 (27-for-73) and raising season avg. 16 points from .275 to .291...underwent seasonending surgery Sept. 12 on his right big toe to remove bunion...procedure was performed by Dr. Larry Oloff. 2007 Split season between minors and SF, showing flashes of brilliance throughout...hit for cycle in just his 3rd Major League game of year May 13 at Colorado (Mother's Day), while also connecting for pair of grand slams June 1 at Philadelphia (off Adam Eaton) and July 4 at Cincinnati (off Matt Belisle)...appeared in 58 games for Giants, batting .287 with 6 2Bs, 2 3Bs, 3 HRs, 19 RBI and 5 stolen bases (in 6 attempts)...reached base safely in 33 of 38 starts with club (24 in RF, 10 in LF, 4 in CF), hitting .304 (42-for-138) in starting role (31 runs scored, 6 2Bs, 2 3Bs, 3 HRs and 18 RBI)...began year in minors, being recalled to Giants May 10...was with club through Aug. 5, and again from Sept. 22 through end of season...hit at .348 clip (23-for-66) with 3 2Bs, HR and 7 RBI over last 33 ML games...however, missed time June 9-29 while on big league Disabled List, suffering from right oblique strain...also missed action in late Aug. and early Sept. in minors because of big toe sprain...was transferred to single-A San Jose while rehabbing toe injury in Sept., going 5-for-23 (.217) with 2 HRs in 7 playoff games for California League champions...was recalled to San Francisco Sept. 22 and went 6-for-15 with 5 runs scored, 2B, 4 walks, 2 RBI and steal in 7 games after returning to May 13 cycle performance, finished 5-for-6 with 3 runs scored and 4 RBI to become just 22nd player in Giants franchise history to accomplish feat (24th time) and 9th in SF annals...was also just 4th player in ML history (since 1900) to hit 1st big league HR as part of cycle (courtesy: Elias Sports Bureau)...he joined: STL's Cliff Heathcote ( June 13, 1918 at Philadelphia), MIN's Gary Ward (1st game of Sept. 18, 1980 DH at Milwaukee) and HOU's Luke Scott ( July 28, 2006 vs. Arizona)...rookie accomplished feat in just his 16th ML contest overall, and only his 4th career start...was 2nd earliest in career player had hit for cycle since 1957, surpassed only by MIN's Gary Ward (14th game - Sept. 18, 1980) (courtesy: Bill Arnold/Sports Features Group)...last Giants rookie to hit for cycle was Dave Kingman on April 16, 1972 at Houston...became 1st strictly left-handed batter to hit for cycle since Giants moved to SF in 1958...last strictly lefty Giant to hit for cycle was NY's Don Mueller on July 11, 1954 vs. Pittsburgh...also became just 6th SF Giants rookie to record 5 hits in game (courtesy: Bill Arnold/Sports Features Group)...his final numbers at Fresno showed .292 avg. with 8 2Bs, 6 3Bs, 8 HRs, 32 RBI and 9 steals (in 10 chances) in 42 games. 2006 Showed his huge potential, reaching double-digits in steals and every extrabase hit category during 1st full year with triple-A Fresno...batted .276 with 20 2Bs, 11 3Bs, career-high 12 HRs, 57 RBI and 18 thefts in 120 games at Fresno...triples total led club and ranked 3rd in Pacific Coast League, while he also led Grizzlies in runs scored (85), hits (121) and steals...was recalled Sept. 1 and collected RBI-double that day at Wrigley Field (off Cubs' Rich Hill) in 1st ML fact, registered hits in each of his 1st 3 big league ABs...finished initial SF stay 5-for-11 (.455) with 5 runs scored and 2 RBI in 13 games (as LFer, CFer, pinch-hitter and pinch-runner)...was perfect 3-for-3 (all singles) as pinch-hitter...played for Scottsdale Scorpions in Arizona Fall League, hitting .273 (15-for-55) with 2 2Bs, 3 3Bs, 2 HRs, 7 RBI and 2 stolen bases in 17 contests. 2005 Logged 1st year at double-A level, appearing in team-high 137 games for Norwich Navigators...batted .273 (140-for-512) with 79 runs scored, 28 2Bs, 7 3Bs, 7 HRs, 47 RBI and 30 stolen bases (in 43 attempts)...his runs scored and steals were 2nd most on squad, trailing Daniel Ortmeier in both categories (85 and 35, respectively)...served primarily as club's leadoff hitter, while defensively appearing in both leftfield (62 games) and centerfield (68 contests)...had best month in July, batting .358 (38-for-106) with 17 runs scored and 16 RBI in 29 contests...for his efforts, was named Giants' Organizational double-A Player of Month...entered July hitting just .226, raising season mark 47 points over last 2-plus months to final .273 showing. 2004 Had breakout season, while splitting campaign between Class A Advanced San Jose and Triple-A Fresno...established career standards in avg. (.301), games (121), runs (91), 2Bs, (21), 3Bs (11), HRs (9), RBI (59) and stolen bases (34)...led all Giants farmhands in thefts, while ranking 8th in avg...spent majority of season with San Jose, where he hit .301 and ranked among California League leaders in runs (9th - 88), 3Bs (T2nd - 11), stolen bases (7th - 33) and on-base pct. (2nd - .424)...earned late season promotion to Fresno, hitting .304 with HR and 2 RBI in 6 games for Grizzlies...following conclusion of regular season, re-joined San Jose for Cal League 7 post season contests, hit .222 (6-for-27) with 3 runs, 2 2Bs and 4 RBI. 2003 Finished 2nd among Giants farmhands with 30 stolen bases, while playing for single-A Hagerstown...led Suns with 61 runs scored, while ranking 3rd in games (114) and 2Bs (17)...hit .250, but boasted .361 on-base pct. as byproduct of team-leading 68 walks. 2002 Kicked off professional career with bang, earning Northwest League All-Star honors for rookie-league Salem-Keizer...paced NWL with .322 avg., while finishing 5th for both hits (77) and on-base pct. (.396)...earned share of S-K Player of Month honors for July with Daniel Ortmeier and Greg Bruso.