Jerry Owens #7

  • CF
  • B/T: L/L
  • 6' 3"/195

Jerry Owens MLB Career Stats

.262 1 18 36 .625

Jerry Owens Bio

  • Full Name: Jerry Lee Owens
  • Born: 2/16/1981 in Hollywood, CA
  • Draft: 2003, Montreal Expos, 2nd rd. (57th overall)
  • College: The Master's, CA
  • Debut: September 11, 2006
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MLB Career Stats 393 49 103 1 18 36 .262 .319 .625


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Jerry Owens Awards

AFL All-Prospect Team

Year Team League
2006 Scottsdale AFL

SOU Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Birmingham SOU

Jerry Owens Leaderboards

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2007 32 8th in AL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2007 8 7th in AL

Jerry Owens Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
April 24, 2014 Tigres de Quintana Roo activated CF Jerry Owens.
March 26, 2014 CF Jerry Owens assigned to Tigres de Quintana Roo.
June 7, 2013 Piratas de Campeche released OF Jerry Owens.
May 30, 2013 Piratas de Campeche signed OF Jerry Owens.
November 6, 2010 OF Jerry Owens elected free agency.
September 7, 2010 Syracuse Chiefs activated OF Jerry Owens from the 7-day disabled list.
April 5, 2010 OF Jerry Owens assigned to Syracuse Chiefs from Washington Nationals.
December 8, 2009 Washington Nationals signed free agent CF Jerry Owens to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 9, 2009 CF Jerry Owens elected free agency.
May 4, 2009 Tacoma Rainiers signed free agent CF Jerry Owens.
May 1, 2009 Chicago White Sox sent Jerry Owens outright to Charlotte Knights.
April 14, 2009 Chicago White Sox purchased Jerry Owens from Charlotte Knights.

Jerry Lee Owens Bio Info

Jerry L. Owens...attended The Master's College in Santa Clarita, CA, but not until playing 2 seasons of football at UCLA... after red-shirting for the Bruins in 1999, played in 9 games as a red-shirt frosh in 2000...played split-end, caught one pass and played on punt coverage...graduated from Hart (CA) High, where he played baseball (only until sophomore season) and football...caught passes in high school from teammate Kyle Boller, who went on to star at Cal and has played for the NFL's Rams and Ravens. 2009 Spent majority of season hitting .323 in 100 games for Tacoma of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League...began season with Charlotte of the Triple-A International League...had contract purchased by CWS on April 14 and went 1-for-12 in 12 games with the White Sox before being released...signed with SEA on May 4 and was assigned to Tacoma...OBP in the PCL was .390 thanks to 44 walks in just 100 games...hit .333 (31-for-93) with RISP for Tacoma. 2008 spent the majority of the season with class aaa charlotte ... appeared in 12 games with the white sox, going 4-16 (.250) ... made two starts in center fi eld and one in left ... was recalled from Charlotte on 9/1 ... made his season debut with the sox on 9/2 at cleveland, going 0-4 ... went 1-2 with a rBi and a stolen base in his second start on 9/10 vs. toronto ... hit .276 (97-351) with 11 doubles, one home run and 21 rBi in 89 games with the Knights ... was successful in 30 of 43 stolen base attempts ... hit .317 (38-120) vs. left-handers and .255 (59-231) off righties ... minus his May average (.198), batted .313 (75-240) on the season ... led off 72 times and hit .274 (78-285) ... hit lone home run on 4/30 at norwich ... reached base safely in 20 straight home games from 5/14-8/3, hitting .359 (28-78) during that span ... was on the disabled list with a sprained right toe from 6/18-7/25 ... went 4-6 on 8/20 vs. indianapolis. 2007 Led all major-league rookies with 32 stolen bases with the White Sox ... the 32 stolen bases were the second-most by a Sox rookie since 1980 and ranked eighth overall in the American League ... also finished among AL rookie leaders in average (7th, .267), runs (7th, 44), hits (7th, 95), on-base percentage (7th, .324) and doubles (8th, 17) ... was successful in 80.0 percent (32-40) of his stolen base attempts ... hit .284 (86-303) with 29 stolen bases after his second promotion from Class AAA Charlotte on 7/3 ... led off 83 times (Sox went 35-48) ... made 84 appearances in center field and 11 in left ... hit .274 (79-288) vs. righties and .235 (16-68) off lefties ... 31 of 32 stolen bases came off a right-handed pitcher ... produced a team-best eight bunt hits and 21 infield singles ... compiled 26 multihit efforts ... was 2-7 (.286) as a pinch hitter ... Sox went 18-12 when he scored a run and 15-9 when he stole a base ... tied for the AL lead with 27 stolen bases after the All-Star Break (also Tampa Bay's Carl Crawford) ... hit a monthly-best .340 in September ... batted .306 (52-170) vs. AL Central foes, including a .444 (20-45) clip against Minnesota ... began the season with Charlotte ... hit .284 (66-232) with 10 doubles, three home runs, 21 RBI, 39 runs scored and 23 stolen bases in 59 games with the Knights ... ranked second in the International League in stolen bases at the time of his second promotion ... appeared with the White Sox from 6/1-20, hitting .170 (9-53) with two doubles, eight runs scored and three stolen bases in 15 games (12 starts) ... went 2-4 with a double, stolen base and two runs scored in his season debut on 6/1 at Toronto ... reached base safely four times on 6/18 vs. Florida and scored three runs ... was recalled from Charlotte for the second time on 7/3 ... collected the first three RBI of his career on 7/16 at Cleveland, including his first RBI in his 99th at-bat with the Sox ... the 98 at-bats without an RBI to start a career marked the longest streak by a Sox player since at least 1957 ... compiled a career-best 10-game hitting streak from 7/16-24 (.277, 13-47) and reached base safely in 16 straight starts from 7/3-24 ... hit his first major-league home run on 7/28 vs. Toronto, a game-winning, two-run shot off Roy Halladay in the seventh inning ... reached base safely five times on 9/2 at Cleveland, going 3-5 with two walks ... went 5-6 with three RBI on 9/22 at Minnesota, the first Sox player to record five hits since A.J. Pierzynski on 7/29/06 at Baltimore ... batted .359 (28-78) in his final 20 games ... was named to the Arizona Fall League's inaugural Fall-Back Team, recognizing AFL members from the previous year who had success in the majors the following season. 2006 Appeared in 12 games with the White Sox after being reinstated from the 15-day disabled list on 9/10 ... hit .333 (3-9) with a double and four runs scored with the White Sox ... made four appearances in center field (two starts) and one in right ... pinch ran on seven occasions, scoring twice ... was recalled from Class AAA Charlotte on 8/26 and placed on the disabled list with a sprained right ankle ... made his major-league debut as a pinch runner on 9/11 at Los Angeles-AL ... recorded his first two major-league hits on 9/27 at Cleveland, going 2-4 with a run scored in his first start ... also notched his first stolen base ... was 1-2 with a double and run scored on 9/29 at Minnesota before leaving with strained toes on his right foot ... batted .262 (115-439) with four home runs, 48 RBI, 75 runs scored and 40 stolen bases with the Knights ... ranked third in the International League in steals ... led all White Sox minor leaguers in stolen bases and extra-base hits (55) and ranked among the leaders in runs scored (3rd), triples (T5th) and hits (10th) ... led the Knights with a .374 (34-91) average with runners in scoring position ... was successful in 76.9 (40-52) percent of his stolen-base attempts ... hit .242 (74-305) in his first 76 games and .306 (41-134) in his final 36 ... batted .287 vs. right-handers and .205 vs. lefties ... collected a season-high four RBI on 4/19 vs. Toledo and a season-best four hits on 6/17 vs. Durham ... played for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League, hitting .310 (18-58) with 10 stolen bases in 15 games ... was named to the AFL All-Prospect Team ... was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 5 Prospect in the White Sox organization entering the season ... also ranked by the same publication as the Best Hitter for Average, Fastest Baserunner and Best Athlete in the organization. 2005 Won the Southern League batting crown with a .331 average at Class AA Birmingham while setting the Barons modern era record (1964-present) with 173 hits ... also led the SL in at-bats (522), ranked second in runs scored (99) and third in stolen bases (38) ... was named to the SL postseason All-Star Team ... led the Barons with a .393 on-base percentage ... was successful on 38 of 58 stolen-base attempts (65.5 percent) ... played in 119 games in left field, 10 at designated hitter and one at third base ... led off 124 times, hitting .332 (170-512) ... was 34-114 (.298) with runners in scoring position and 5-12 (.417) with the bases loaded ... hit .311 or better in four of five months, including a .398 (37-93) average in July and .349 (44-126) in August ... collected a hit in 100 of 122 starts with 53 multihit efforts ... never went more than two starts without a hit ... batted .453 (24-53) with 13 runs scored in 15 games from 4/21-5/6 ... compiled a team-high 18-game hitting streak from 7/22-8/11, tied for the thirdlongest in the SL in 2006 ... posted multihit efforts in 13 of the 18 games ... also reached base safely in an SL-best 37 straight games from 6/27-8/14 ... scored four runs on 8/11 vs. Huntsville ... stole a season-high three bases on 9/4 vs. Jacksonville ... played for LaGuaira in the Venezuelan Winter League, hitting .356 (64-180) ... was managed by White Sox third base coach Joey Cora. 2004 Spent the season at Class A Savannah in the Montreal organization ... was successful in 69.8 percent (30-43) of his stolen base attempts ... made 52 appearances in left field, 37 as the designated hitter and 18 in center ... batted .370 in June with 11 multihit efforts ... reached base safely in all five plate appearances on 8/13 at Kannapolis ... hit .270 in 26 games with the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League. 2003 Made his pro debut at Advanced Rookie Vermont ... was limited by a hernia to two games ... was signed by Anthony Arango (Expos).