Chris Ashby

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Chris Ashby Bio

  • Full Name: Christopher James Ashby
  • Born: 12/15/1974 in Phoenix, AZ
  • Draft: 1992, New York Yankees, 28th rd. (774th overall)
  • College: Florida SouthWestern State College
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Christopher James Ashby...graduated from Spanish River Community High School (FL), where he played baseball and soccer...attended Edison Community College in Florida...he and his wife, Kelly, have three children...he played the New York Yankees catcher in the film "For The Love of the Game" with Kevin Costner. 2006 Spent all season with Albuquerque (AAA), where he batted .308 with four home runs and 38 RBI in 68 games...Compiled a season-high seven-game hit streak from August 4-15, batting .400 (10x25) with four doubles, a homer and 11 RBI... hit .364 (16x44) in the month of July with seven runs scored, two doubles, a homer and five RBI... collected a season-high three hits in a 3x4 performance against Memphis on July 2... added a season-high three RBI after going 2x4 with a double at Omaha on August 15... belted his first home run of the season, and first as an Isotope since 2004, on April 19 vs. Iowa... collected a hit in his first six games of the season...Logged significant time at catcher (25), outfield (16) and first base (13)... as catcher, threw out seven of 26 (27 %) runners...Started the season on the Disabled List with strained right hamstring... activated on April 17, and got 10th-inning, pinch-hit single in his first at-bat on April 18 vs. Iowa. 2005 Split time between Albuquerque (AAA) and Carolina (AA), combining for nine doubles, and 23 RBI... began the year in Carolina, where he hit .247 with three homers and nine RBI in 23 games with the Mudcats... belted a grand slam on May 2 at Mobile, his last home run of the 2005 campaign... transferred to Albuquerque on May 11... collected a double in his first hit as an Isotope in 2005 on May 16 against Tacoma... had a season-high four hits and three RBI on May 20 at Las Vegas... spent time at five different positions throughout the year; catcher, first base, left field, right field and designated hitter... had the team's second-most pinch-hit at-bats with 16, and collected five hits for a pinch-hit average of .313... placed on the Disabled List on August 29 with right knee inflammation... activated on September 3. 2004 Hit .239 with five homers and 25 RBI in 73 games with Albuquerque (AAA)... played five different positions for the Isotopes, including pitcher and catcher... pitched in five games, allowing seven runs on 10 hits over 6.2 innings... hit .308 with two RBI as a pinch hitter. 2003 Split season with Albuquerque (AA) and Carolina (AA)... played in 20 games for the Isotopes, hitting .338 with a homer and 11 RBI... after starting the year in Albuquerque, was transferred to Carolina on April 13... promoted back to the Isotopes on June 4 but spent two stints on the Disabled List within two weeks... went on the DL on June 25 with a left foot contusion, returned on July 4 and went right back on the DL on July 7 with a right quadriceps strain...activated on July 14 and sent to Carolina, where he finished the year... member of 2003 Southern League Champions with Carolina. 2002 Played with Independent St. Paul of the Northern League, hitting .289 with three home runs and 20 RBI in 46 games. 2001 Split season with Chicago White Sox affiliate in Charlotte (AAA) and Texas's affiliate in Oklahoma (AAA)... hit .228 with two home runs and 12 RBI in 62 games with Charlotte, before he was released on June 27 and signed with Texas on July 10... with Texas, hit .231 with two homers and 16 RBI in 33 games at Triple-A. 2000 Member of the last Albuquerque (AAA) Dukes team, hitting .297 with seven homers and 59 RBI in 134 games... hit a careerhigh 34 doubles in a career-high 465 at-bats... finished fourth in Pacific Coast League with 134 games.