Jason Stokes

  • 1B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 4" /225


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Jason Stokes Bio

  • Full Name: Jason Floyd Stokes
  • Born: 1/23/1982 in Irving, TX
  • Draft: 2000, Florida Marlins, 2nd rd. (41st overall)
  • High School: Coppell, TX
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Jason Stokes does not have any MLB stats for the 2010 season


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Jason Stokes Stats

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Jason Stokes Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
*Since 2006

Jason Stokes Statcast Events


Jason Stokes Awards

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2002 Kane County MID

PCL Player of the Week

Week Team League
04/23/2006 Albuquerque PCL

Jason Stokes Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
January 14, 2010 Detroit Tigers signed free agent Jason Stokes.
December 22, 2009 Toledo Mud Hens signed free agent 1B Jason Stokes.

Jason Floyd Stokes Bio Info

Jason Floyd Stokes...graduated from Coppell High School (TX) in 2000...named National High School Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior, and was All-State as a junior and senior...his 25 home runs as a senior stands as the state's high school home run record...enjoys hunting, fishing and golf...is married to Tiffany, and they have one son, Braden (2/21/07). 2006 Batted .257 with seven home runs and 34 RBI in 65 games with Albuquerque (AAA), despite missing more than two months with three stints on the Disabled List...Hit .309 (25x81) with three home runs and 13 RBI in first 22 games of season, before he went on the DL from May 2-13 with a left shoulder strain...hit in season-best nine straight games from April 14-23, hitting .486 (17x35) with three homers and six RBI over that span...had season-high four hits on April 17 vs. New Orleans, going 4x5 with one home run and three RBI...reinstated from DL on May 13 and went 5x41 with three RBI in 11 games, before landing back on the DL from May 26 to June 24 with back strain...had two multihomer games...went 2x5 with two home runs and season-best six RBI on July 8 at Memphis...went 2x4 with two home runs and four RBI on July 17 vs. New Orleans...was on DL again from July 29 to August 23 with left shoulder strain...Made one rehab start with the Gulf Coast League Marlins on August 19, while on the DL with left shoulder strain...went 3x3 with home run and two RBI against the GCL Mets. 2005 Played in 13 games with Albuquerque (AAA), batting .283 with five home runs and 15 RBI... missed majority of season with left thumb inflammation... Hit .286 (8x28) with three home runs and 11 RBI in first seven games, before he went on the disabled list on April 24 with left thumb inflammation... reinstated from DL on May 6, and batted .278 (5x18) with two home runs and four RBI in six games in May... went back on disabled list on May 15 with recurring thumb injury... Homered in consecutive games on April 9-10 against Iowa... hit only grand slam of season on April 12 against Omaha... had season-high four RBI on April 9 against Iowa and April 12 against Omaha... was 2x2 in stolen base attempts. 2004 Combined to hit .271 with 27 doubles, 67 runs scored, 24 home runs and 79 RBI over 106 games with AA Carolina and a three-game rehab stint in the Gulf Coast League...was his third consecutive season with at least 67 runs scored, 25 doubles, 17 home runs and 75 RBI...Had a multi-homer game on April 19 vs. Chattanooga going 3x4 with two home runs and three RBI...went 3x3 the day before vs. Birmingham with one home run and a season-high four RBI (also done on Opening Day, April 8 at Mobile)...Hit seven doubles and nine home runs with 27 RBI in May...had a 10-game hitting streak from May 7-17 where he hit .325 (13x40) with four home runs and 11 RBI which included a four-game home run streak from May 7-10...earned Southern League Player of the Week honors from May 7-13 hitting .391 with three doubles, four home runs 10 RBI, six runs scored and a 1.043 slugging percentage...Was placed on the DL (left wrist) from June 24-July 8 which included a three-game rehab assignment to the Gulf Coast League where he went 2x8 (.250, 1 2B, 1 HR, RBI)...Hit 16 home runs in 51 home games compared to seven in 55 games on the road...Made his third consecutive league All-Star team with AA Carolina in 2004 (High A Jupiter in 2003 and Low A Kane County in 2002)...Earned "Best Power Prospect" honors in the Southern League according to Baseball America's Minor League Best Tools Survey...Ranked as the Marlins number four prospect and "Best Power Prospect" entering the 2005 season according to Baseball America. 2003 Played in a career-high 121 games in 2003 with Jupiter (A) batting .258 with 17 home runs and a Florida State Leagueleading 89 RBI... hit .369 (31x84) in June with six home runs and 28 RBI to earn TOPPS FSL and Organizational Player of the Month honors... also earned Player of the Week honors from June 2-8 hitting .538 with six doubles, four home runs, 17 RBI, nine runs and a 1.231 slugging percentage... had five games of four or more RBI including a seven-RBI game on June 5 at St. Lucie where he went 4x5 with a double, two home runs and three runs scored... finished fifth in the FSL in home runs (17), fourth in extra-base hits (51), fifth in doubles (31) and total bases (207) and fourth in strikeouts (135)... was a member of Baseball America's High Class A All-Star Team as well as a FSL All-Star. 2002 Earned Midwest League MVP Honors with Kane County (A) leading the league in batting average (.341), slugging percentage (.645), home runs per at-bat (12.93) and home runs (27) despite playing just 97 games after having season- ending surgery on his left wrist to remove a cyst... earned Organization Player of the Month honors for April after hitting .348 with five home runs, four doubles, 15 RBI and 13 runs scored... won Midwest League Player of the Week honors three times (May 6-12, July 1-7 and July 15-21)... participated in the 2002 Futures Game in Milwaukee... was honored as The Sporting News and TOPPS Minor League Player of the Year, Baseball America's Low Class A "Player of the Year," a member of both the Low Class A and Midwest League All-Star Teams and a member of Sportsticker's All-Prospect Team.