Josh Fields #4

  • 3B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2"/225
  • Age: 32

Josh Fields MLB Career Stats

.234 34 107 3 .724

Josh Fields Bio

  • Full Name: Joshua Dean Fields
  • Born: 12/14/1982 in Ada, OK
  • College: Oklahoma State
  • Debut: September 13, 2006
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MLB Career Stats 713 95 167 34 107 3 .234 .303 .724
  • Status: Released


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Josh Fields Awards

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
09/23/2007 Chi White Sox AL

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2006 Charlotte INT

Baseball America Triple-A All-Star

Year Team League
2006 Charlotte INT

INT Rookie of the Year

Year Team League
2006 Charlotte INT

INT Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2006 Charlotte INT

INT Player of the Week

Week Team League
05/14/2006 Charlotte INT
05/28/2007 Charlotte INT

INT Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2006 Charlotte INT

SOU Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/03/2005 Birmingham SOU

Josh Fields Leaderboards

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2007 23 21st in AL


Season SO Rank
2007 125 14th in AL

Josh Fields Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
May 6, 2015 Piratas de Campeche released 3B Josh Fields.
April 1, 2015 Piratas de Campeche activated 3B Josh Fields.
February 24, 2015 Piratas de Campeche signed free agent 3B Josh Fields.
May 23, 2014 Piratas de Campeche released 3B Josh Fields.
April 15, 2014 Piratas de Campeche signed free agent 3B Josh Fields.
November 4, 2013 DH Josh Fields elected free agency.
November 16, 2012 Philadelphia Phillies signed free agent 3B Josh Fields to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 2, 2012 3B Josh Fields elected free agency.
April 5, 2012 3B Josh Fields assigned to Albuquerque Isotopes.
December 26, 2011 Los Angeles Dodgers signed free agent 3B Josh Fields to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
June 28, 2011 Colorado Springs Sky Sox released 3B Josh Fields.
June 17, 2011 Colorado Springs Sky Sox placed 3B Josh Fields on the temporarily inactive list.
June 1, 2011 Colorado Springs Sky Sox activated 3B Josh Fields from the temporarily inactive list.
May 26, 2011 Colorado Springs Sky Sox placed 3B Josh Fields on the temporarily inactive list.
March 28, 2011 Pittsburgh Pirates traded 3B Josh Fields to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
December 20, 2010 Pittsburgh Pirates signed free agent Josh Fields.
December 2, 2010 3B Josh Fields elected free agency.
September 1, 2010 Kansas City Royals activated 3B Josh Fields from the 60-day disabled list.
August 18, 2010 AZL Royals sent 3B Josh Fields on a rehab assignment to Northwest Arkansas Naturals.
August 12, 2010 Josh Fields assigned to AZL Royals.
April 26, 2010 Kansas City Royals transferred 3B Josh Fields from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
April 3, 2010 Kansas City Royals placed 3B Josh Fields on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to March 28, 2010. Right hip flexor strain.
November 6, 2009 Kansas City Royals traded cash and 3B Mark Teahen to Chicago White Sox for 2B Chris Getz and 3B Josh Fields.
September 1, 2009 Chicago White Sox recalled Josh Fields from Charlotte Knights.
July 29, 2009 Chicago White Sox optioned Josh Fields to Charlotte Knights.

Joshua Dean Fields Bio Info

Joshua Dean Fields....he and his wife, Ashleigh, have one son, Kaden (10/17/09)...attended Oklahoma State University where he hit .364 with 25 home runs and 132 RBI in three seasons with the Cowboys...named a First-Team All-American by Baseball America prior to the 2004 season...also played three seasons as a quarterback for the OSU football team...passed for 2,494 yards and 21 touchdowns in leading the Cowboys to a 9-4 mark in 2003... recorded five career games with 300 yards or more, including two bowl games...set a then Cotton Bowl record with 307 passing yards vs. Miss. on Jan. 2, 2004...graduated from Stillwater High School (OK), where he played baseball and football. 2011 Split time between Triple-A Colorado Springs (Colorado) and the Yomiuri Giants, batting a combined .303 with 24 doubles, two triples, 13 home runs and 54 RBI...played 50 games with the Sky Sox and 40 with the Giants ... Hit .365 (65-for-178) with 20 doubles, one triple, 11 home runs and 45 RBI with the Sky Sox...after his final Triple-A game (June 12), was tied for fifth in the Pacific Coast League in average and doubles and sixth in slugging (.674)...also was leading the Sky Sox in home runs and ranked second in RBI and extra base hits ... Batted .202 with four doubles, one triple, two home runs and nine RBI with Yomiuri...amongst Giants who played less than 45 games, ranked first on the team in RBI and tied for first in doubles and homers. 2010 Missed nearly entire season after undergoing labral surgery on his right hip in late April...Played in three games on rehab with the Arizona League Royals from 8/12-15 before having his rehab transferred to Northwest Arkansas on 8/17...Hit safely in 10 of his 11 games with the Naturals before being recalled from his rehab assignment and reinstated from the disabled list on 9/1...Hit safely in nine of his 12 starts with the Royals...Hit safely in each of his first four games, including three straight multi-hit contests from 9/4-8...Homered for the first time on 9/7 at Minnesota...Went deep in back-to-back games on 9/27-28...Made all 12 of his defensive appearances at third base...Hit .200 (16-for-80) with two doubles and six RBI in 22 games while playing for Senadores de San Juan in the Puerto Rican Winter League. 2009 Split the season between the Chicago White Sox and Charlotte (AAA)...Hit his second career grand slam on July 23 vs. Tampa Bay, the same game Mark Buehrle recorded a perfect game...according to Elias Sports Bureau, it was the first grand slam hit in support of a perfect game. 2008 spent the majority of the season with class aaa charlotte ... appeared in 14 games over two stints with the white sox (100 in 2007), going 5-32 (.156) with two rBi ... was with the sox from 7/25-8/9 and recalled for the second time on 9/2 ... made six starts at third base and two as designated hitter ... drove in both runs with a double on 7/29 at Minnesota ... hit .067 (1-15) in his last nine games ... began the season with the Knights and hit .246 (68-276) with 15 doubles, 10 homers and 35 rBi in 75 games ... hit seven home runs in april and May combined and just three the remainder of the season (43 games) ... underwent right knee surgery on 10/9 at rush university Medical center (procedure performed by dr. charles Bush-Joseph). 2007 Hit .244 (91-373) with 17 doubles, 23 home runs and 67 RBI in 100 games in his rookie season with the Sox ... numbers projected to 37 homers and 109 RBI over a 162-game season ... the 23 home runs are tied for third in franchise history among rookies (also Bill Melton in 1969) ... only Ron Kittle (35 in 1983) and Zeke Bonura (27 in 1934) totaled more home runs ... ranked among American League rookie leaders in numerous categories (see box) ... tied for 21st in the league in home runs despite playing in 29 fewer games than anyone ranked higher ... struck out 125 times, 14th-most in the AL ... hit .240 (63-262) with 18 homers and 49 RBI in 69 games after the All-Star Break ... ranked second in the AL in second-half homers and 17th in RBI ... made 78 starts at third base (Sox went 31-47) and 21 in left field (10-11) ... compiled a .958 fielding percentage (9 E/215 TC) at third and a .947 mark (2 E/38 TC) with two assists in left ... hit .235 (69-293) with 17 homers as a third baseman (.275 with six homers in left) ... batted second in the lineup 50 times (Sox went 20-30), hitting .230 (45-196) with 14 home runs ... 15 of his 23 homers came at U.S. Cellular Field and 11 were solo ... eight home runs came after the sixth inning, tied for eighth in the AL ... hit .321 (34-106) vs. left-handers and .213 (57-267) off righties ... went 4-34 (.118) with runners in scoring position and two outs ... tied for third on the club with 31 multihit efforts (also Jermaine Dye and A.J. Pierzynski) ... had 18 games with two RBI or more ... began the season with Class AAA Charlotte ... batted .283 with 10 home runs and 37 RBI in 56 games with the Knights ... reached base safely in 25 consecutive games from 5/3-28 and was named the International League Batter of the Week for 5/21-27 ... was recalled from Charlotte on 6/6 ... went hitless in his first 11 at-bats with the Sox ... hit safely in a season-high seven straight games from 6/13-20 (.385, 10-26) ... led the AL with 32 strikeouts in June ... recorded his first major-league stolen base on 7/22 at Boston ... knocked in nine runs over a seven-game span from 7/21-26 ... homered in back-to-back games for the first time on 7/23 and 7/24-1 vs. Detroit ... achieved his first career multihomer game on 8/10 vs. Seattle and followed with his first grand slam on 8/11 ... made his firstever start in left field on 8/26 vs. Boston and committed an error ... tied for third in the AL with nine homers in August ... scored at least one run in nine consecutive games from 9/10-22 (14 total) ... homered in back-to-back games with seven RBI on 9/16 vs. the Angels and 9/17 at Kansas City ... produced five straight multihit games from 9/16-21 ... recorded his second career multihomer game on 9/21 at Minnesota (both off Johan Santana) ... was named AL Player of the Week for 9/17-23, going 11-24 (.524) with three doubles, three home runs, six RBI and 10 runs scored during that span ... he became the first Sox rookie to win the award since Joe Crede in 2002 ... batted .356 (16-45) over his final 13 games, raising his average from .229 to .244 ... walked 14 times with a .368 on-base percentage in September, up from five walks and a .264 OBP in August ... was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 2 Prospect in the White Sox organization prior to the season. 2006 Enters the 2007 season ranked by Baseball America as the No. 2 Prospect and Best Power Hitter in the White Sox organization ... was named to Baseball America's Minor League All-Star Second Team and also tabbed as the No. 6 Prospect in the International League following the season ... spent the majority of the season at Class AAA Charlotte, but also appeared in 11 games (five starts) with the White Sox ... his contract was purchased from the Knights on 9/10 ... hit .150 (3-20) with two doubles, one home run and two RBI with the Sox ... made six appearances (four starts) at third base and one in left field ... made his major-league debut as a defensive replacement in left field on 9/13 at the Angels ... became the third player in White Sox history to homer in his first major-league at-bat on 9/18 vs. Detroit, hitting a pinch solo shot off Jamie Walker ... joined Carlos Lee (5/7/99 at Oakland) and Miguel Olivo (9/15/02 at New York) as only players in Sox history to accomplish the feat ... was hitless in his next 11 at-bats following his home run ... made his first start at third base on 9/22 vs. Seattle ... batted cleanup for the first time on 9/30 at Minnesota, going 1-4 with a double, walk and a run scored ... was named the IL Rookie of the Year after hitting .305 (141-462) with 32 doubles, 19 home runs, 70 RBI and 85 runs scored in 124 games with Charlotte ... led the IL in runs scored and ranked among the leaders in slugging percentage (3rd, .515), average (4th), hits (4th) and extra-base hits (5th, 55) ... his .305 average was .042 higher than his career mark of .263 entering the season ... established career highs in batting average, doubles, home runs, runs scored and stolen bases (28) ... led all White Sox farmhands in runs scored and total bases (238) and ranked among the organizational leaders in average (2nd), hits (2nd), home runs (2nd), slugging percentage (2nd), doubles (T2nd), walks (4th), RBI (T4th), stolen bases (6th) and on-base percentage (8th) ... was named to the IL mid and postseason All-Star Teams and participated in Major League Baseball's All-Star Futures Game at PNC Park in Pittsburgh ... fell one home run shy of becoming the first Knights player since 1997 to record 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases ... committed 16 errors in 117 games at third base ... tallied 42 multihit efforts and two multihomer games ... homered in four consecutive games from 5/11-14 ... went 5-5 with a double, two home runs, three RBI and four runs scored on 5/14 at Louisville ... posted a 15-game home hitting streak from 5/26-7/6, going 26-57 (.456) ... played in 10 games for LaGuaira in the Venezuelan Winter League, hitting .214 (9-42) ... was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 4 Prospect and Best Power Hitter in the Sox organization entering the season. 2005 Batted .252 (120-477) with 27 doubles, 16 home runs and 79 RBI in his first season at Class AA Birmingham ... ranked second in the Southern League in strikeouts (142), third in RBI and fifth in games played (134) ... finished sixth in the Sox farm system in RBI ... compiled a .933 (24 E/366 TC) fielding percentage in 133 games at third base ... stole seven bases after going without an attempt in his first professional season (2004) ... matched his season high with four hits on 4/23 at Montgomery ... drove in five runs on 4/27 at Tennessee ... homered in three straight games from 6/4-6 with nine RBI ... hit a grand slam on 7/3 vs. Montgomery ... was named the SL Hitter of the Week for 6/27-7/3 ... produced a 21-game home hitting streak from 6/30-8/17 (.394) ... went 31-93 (.333) with 19 RBI in July ... hit safely in a season-high 14 straight games from 8/6-21 (.327, 17-52), tied for the eighth-longest streak in the SL ... hit .444 (4-9) in three SL playoff games ... hit .256 (23-90) with five home runs and 16 RBI with Peoria of the Arizona Fall League ... was rated by Baseball America entering the season as the No. 4 Prospect and Best Power Hitter in the White Sox organization. 2004 Made his professional debut at Class A Winston Salem ... was named the No. 12 prospect in the Carolina League by Baseball America ... among the Sox 2004 draft class, was cited by the same publication as having the Best Pro Debut (along with Ray Liotta) and being the Best Athlete (also Wes Whisler), Pure Hitter and Closest to the Majors (also Gio Gonzalez) ... recorded 23 multihit efforts and tied for the team lead with four triples despite playing in just 66 games ... posted a .544 slugging percentage and collected 21 RBI in 24 games during August ... was hitting .208 after going 0-4 on 7/11, but rebounded to hit .315 (58-184) with nine doubles, four triples, four home runs and 30 RBI over his final 47 games to raise his final average to .285 ... recorded six straight multihit games from 8/11-17 ... collected season-high four RBI on 8/11 at Wilmington ... was recommended/signed by Nathan Durst and Alex Slattery.