Casey Rogowski #36

  • 1B
  • B/T: L/L
  • 6' 3" /230

Casey Rogowski does not have any MLB stats for the 2008 season

Casey Rogowski Bio

  • Full Name: Casey Daniel Rogowski
  • Born: 5/1/1981 in Livonia, MI
  • Draft: 1999, Chicago White Sox, 13th rd. (399th overall)
  • High School: Catholic Central, Livonia, MI
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Casey Rogowski does not have any MLB stats for the 2008 season


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Casey Rogowski Awards

SOU Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Birmingham SOU

SOU Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Birmingham SOU

Casey Daniel Rogowski Bio Info

Married Elizabeth ... has one son: Cael ... his brother, Ryan, plays in the Los Angeles Dodgers minor-league system ... graduated from Catholic Central High School in Livonia, Mich. ... named Michigan's Mr. Baseball as a senior after batting .491 with 11 home runs and 55 RBI ... homered into the right-center field upper deck at Tiger Stadium in the Catholic League Championship game as junior ... All-State in baseball, football and wrestling ... member of state championship football team as a junior and senior ... helped team win state wrestling title two straight seasons ... was the Michigan state heavyweight wrestling champion, winning final 92 matches. 2006 Hit .272 (125-459) with 32 doubles, 13 home runs and 76 RBI in 127 games in his first season at Class AAA Charlotte ... ranked fifth in the International League in doubles and finished among the organizational leaders in numerous categories, including doubles (T2nd), extra-base hits (T4th, 47), walks (5th, 53), runs (T5th), stolen bases (T5th, 26), total bases (6th, 200), hits (7th) and home runs (T8th) ... compiled a .990 (11 E/1,133 TC) fielding percentage at first base ... was successful in a career-best 26 of 35 stolen base attempts ... batted .282 (40-142) vs. left-handers and .268 (85-317) vs. righties ... was 45-133 (.338) with runners in scoring position ... totaled 36 multihit efforts ... batted .302 (51-169) combined in April and May, but hit just .227 (20-88) in June ... was a triple shy of a cycle on 5/27 at Richmond, going 4-5 with a double, home run and a season-high five RBI ... average was as high as .292 on 8/11, but hit only .171 (13-76) over his final 21 games. 2005 Spent his first season at Class AA Birmingham ... ranked second in the Southern League in doubles (37), third in hits (148), fourth in RBI (78), extra-base hits (52) and at-bats (505) and fifth in total bases (224) and games played (134) ... tied for the Barons team lead with six triples, ranked second in doubles and third with a .293 average, trailing SL-leader Jerry Owens (.331) and Ryan Sweeney (.298), and 20 stolen bases ... was named to the SL postseason All-Star Team ... posted 40 multihit efforts, including four hits on four occasions and three hits 10 times ... reached base safely in 79.9 percent (107-134) of his games ... hit .327 (32-98) in May and followed that with a .374 (34-91) average in June ... average was above .300 every day between 4/11-8/19, reaching a season high of .331 on 5/24 ... batted just .191 (21-110) in August as his average dropped to .286, but finished the season on a 11-26 (.423) streak to raise his final mark to .293 ... reached base safely in 22 straight games from 7/4-31 ... collected three hits in three straight games from 6/26-30 ... was 4-6 with a home run and six RBI on 7/7 at Huntsville ... hit a pair of triples on 8/8 at Mississippi ... played for Azucareros in the Dominican Winter League, hitting .282 (42-149) with 13 doubles, one home run and 29 RBI in 39 games. 2004 Established career highs in virtually all offensive categories and ranked among the White Sox organizational leaders in numerous categories ... batted .286 (133-465) with 28 doubles, 18 home runs and 90 RBI in 136 games with Class A Winston-Salem ... tied for second among all minor-league players with 91 walks ... was one of three minor leaguers to collect at least 90 RBI and 90 walks (also Class AAA Sacramento's Nick Swisher and Class A Potomac's Joey Votto) ... led the Carolina League in walks and RBI, tied for the league lead in on-base percentage (.401), ranked second in runs scored (88) and fifth in doubles, slugging percentage (.471) and extrabase hits (48) ... led team with 36 multihit and 20 multiRBI games ... appeared in 115 games at first base, 14 in left field and 11 as designated hitter ... batted .309 (68-220) at home ... collected nine homers and 31 RBI in May ... was 25-77 (.325) in June ... reached base safely in 27 straight games from 5/20-2-6/16 ... recorded a season-best nine-game hitting streak from 5/6-15, going 14-35 (.400) with four home runs and 15 RBI ... scored a run in eight consecutive games from 5/6-14 ... hit two home runs and matched his season-high with four RBI on 5/6 at Frederick ... drew four walks on 5/29 at Kinston ... posted four straight multihit games from 7/1-5-1 ... homered in consecutive games on 7/16-17 ... drove in 12 runs in his final 11 games and scored nine runs over his last six ... played for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League, hitting .289 (22-76) with two home runs and 10 RBI in 28 games. 2003 Spent his first full season at Winston-Salem ... ranked among the organization leaders in walks (53), on-base percentage (.354) and stolen bases (18) ... tied for team lead in hit-by-pitch (eight). 2002 Hit a combined .288 (62-215) with five home runs and 31 RBI between Rookie Phoenix and Winston-Salem ... spent majority of season at Winston-Salem ... led team with a .358 on-base percentage. 2001 Rated by Baseball America as the No. 14 Prospect in the White Sox organization and Best Defensive First Baseman in the South Atlantic League ... his .995 fielding percentage at Class A Kannapolis led all SAL infielders ... tied for fifth in the SAL with a .382 on-base percentage ... was selected to the SAL midseason All-Star Team ... earned Kannapolis Most Valuable Player Award after leading team in average (.287), home runs (14) and RBI (69) ... was named SAL Hitter of the Week twice (4/5-12 and 9/10-16). 2000 Ranked second on team at Class A Burlington in runs scored (62) and tied for second in doubles (19) ... hit safely in 12 straight games from 5/2-13. 1999 Led Rookie Tucson with a .384 on-base percentage and 26 walks ... named to the Arizona League All-Star Team ... cited by Baseball America as the Best Hitter and Most Intriguing Story in the Sox 1999 draft class ... was recommended/signed by Ken Stauffer and Nathan Durst.