Craig Stansberry #11

  • 2B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 0"/185

Craig Stansberry MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.333 0 3 0 .782

Craig Stansberry Bio

  • Full Name: Craig Leo Stansberry
  • Born: 3/8/1982 in Dammam, Saudi Arabia
  • Draft: 2003, Pittsburgh Pirates, 5th rd. (135th overall)
  • College: Rice
  • Debut: August 25, 2007
  • Last Game: 7/10/2009
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 24 5 8 0 3 0 .333 .407 .782

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Year Team League
2007 Portland PCL

Craig Stansberry Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 2, 2011 3B Craig Stansberry elected free agency.
September 26, 2011 New Hampshire Fisher Cats activated 3B Craig Stansberry from the temporarily inactive list.
August 31, 2011 New Hampshire Fisher Cats placed 3B Craig Stansberry on the temporarily inactive list.
June 17, 2011 3B Craig Stansberry assigned to New Hampshire Fisher Cats from Las Vegas 51s.
May 30, 2011 Craig Stansberry assigned to Las Vegas 51s from New Hampshire Fisher Cats.
April 29, 2011 Craig Stansberry assigned to New Hampshire Fisher Cats from Las Vegas 51s.
April 22, 2011 Craig Stansberry assigned to Las Vegas 51s from New Hampshire Fisher Cats.
March 16, 2011 2B Craig Stansberry assigned to Toronto Blue Jays.
February 1, 2011 New Hampshire Fisher Cats signed free agent Craig Stansberry.
August 28, 2010 Portland Beavers activated 3B Craig Stansberry from the 7-day disabled list.
August 25, 2010 3B Craig Stansberry assigned to Portland Beavers.
April 5, 2010 3B Craig Stansberry assigned to Portland Beavers.
March 21, 2010 2B Craig Stansberry assigned to San Diego Padres.
October 5, 2009 3B Craig Stansberry elected free agency.
July 11, 2009 3B Craig Stansberry assigned to Portland Beavers.
July 10, 2009 San Diego Padres sent Craig Stansberry outright to Portland Beavers.
July 7, 2009 San Diego Padres selected the contract of Craig Stansberry from Portland Beavers.
October 8, 2008 2B Craig Stansberry roster status changed by San Diego Padres.

Craig Leo Stansberry Bio Info

Craig Leo Stansberry...resides in Plano, TX with his wife Jessie...was born in Saudi Arabia, but lived there for only one month (his father spent three years in Saudi Arabia working for a building materials company)...is a 2000 graduate of Plano (TX) High School...played two seasons of junior college baseball at North Central Texas in Gainesville, TX (2001-02) and was a member of the Lions 2001 NJCAA National Championship team...was named to the 2001 JUCO World Series All-Tournament team...spent the summer of 2002 playing for the Anchorage Bucs of the Alaska Summer League...played one season of NCAA baseball at Rice University in Houston (2003) and hit .309 with six home runs and 56 RBI in 70 games to help the Owls capture the College World Series championship...went 3-for-4 with three runs scored and two RBI and also assisted on the final out of Rice's championship-clinching victory over Stanford...was named to the 2003 Silver Glove All-Series team as a third baseman. 2007 SUMMARY: Recalled from Triple-A Portland 8/25 and made his Major League debut that night as a pinch-hitter at PHI, notching his first Major League hit in his first at-bat...appeared in 11 games overall for San Diego, going 2-for-7 (.286) with an RBI, run scored and two sacrifice hits...played in four games at second base.

MAJOR FIRSTS: Born in Dammam, he is the only Major Leaguer born in Saudi Arabia...notched his first Major League hit, a pinch-hit single, in his first Major League at-bat 8/25 at PHI...collected his first RBI with an infield single 8/30 vs. ARI and scored his first run on Brian Giles' ninth-inning, go-ahead homer 9/25 at SF, after entering the game as a pinch-runner.

DOWN ON THE FARM: Batted .273 (127-for-466) with 33 doubles, three triples, 14 home runs, 75 RBI, 83 runs scored, 70 walks and 10 steals in 124 games with Triple-A Portland...led the Beavers in hits (127), doubles (33), RBI (75), total bases (208) and stolen bases (10)...played 85 games at second base, 28 at shortstop and 21 at third.

BEHOLD THE FUTURE: A member of the World Team in the 2007 All-Star Futures Game at San Francisco's AT&T Park; played second base and went 0-for-1. 2006 2006: Split the season between Double-A Altoona and Triple-A Indianapolis in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization...began the season with Altoona batting .258 (67-for-260) with 18 doubles, 10 home runs, 30 RBI and eight stolen bases...before being promoted, had 18 multi-hit games in Altoona in only 72 Double-A tilts...assigned to Triple-A Indianapolis 6/25...batted .223 (44-for-197) down the stretch with 10 doubles, three home runs, 25 RBI and 10 stolen bases...batted .278 (27-for-97) at home...finished the minor league season with a then-career high in walks (66). 2005: Rated by Baseball America as the Best Defensive Infielder in the Pirates system prior to 2005 season...combined to hit .258 with 21 home run, 86 RBI and 21 stolen bases in 140 games between Single-A Lynchburg and Double-A Altoona...led all Pirates minor leaguers in triples (13) and ranked third in RBI...began season with Lynchburg...posted a season-best 10-game hitting streak from 4/9-18 (16-for-40, .400)...recorded first career two-homer game and tied a club record with 11 total bases on 4/17 at Winston-Salem...was leading the Carolina League in hits and was tied for first in RBI and runs when he was promoted to Altoona on 5/3...finished second in the Eastern League in triples and led league second basemen in total chances (578) and putouts (255)...was promoted to Triple-A Indianapolis during the International League playoffs and went 0-for-2 with a run scored in his lone appearance. 2004: Spent entire season with South Atlantic League champion Single-A Hickory...made switch from third base prior to season and led league second basemen with a .983 fielding percentage...committed just nine errors in 102 games and 527 total chances...batted .371 (33-for-89) during the month of June...posted a season-high 15-game hitting streak from 6/2-7 (22-for-52)...reached base safely in a team-high 37 consecutive games from 6/2-7/12, the third-longest streak in the league...hit safely in 31 games during the 37-game on-base streak to raise his season average from .213 to .297...batted .326 (31-for-95) during the month of August...hit .385 (5-for-13) with a home run, four RBI and five runs scored in four postseason contests. 2003: Spent first professional season with New York-Penn League champion Williamsport after being selected by Pittsburgh in the fifth round of the First-Year Player Draft...led league third basemen with at least 100 total chances in fielding percentage (.966)...committed only five errors in 45 games and 149 total chances...went 3-for-5 with a season-high three RBI in first pro game on 7/14 vs. Vermont...hit first professional home run and scored a season-high three runs on 8/5 at Staten Island. 2005 Combined to hit .258 with 21 home run, 86 RBI and 21 stolen bases in 140 games between Lynchburg (A) and Altoona (AA)...Led all Bucco farmhands in triples (13) and ranked third in RBI...Established minor league career highs in nearly all offensive categories, including hits (133), runs (79), doubles (29), triples, extra-base hits (51), home runs and RBI...Began season with Lynchburg...Posted a season-best 10-game hitting streak from 4/9-18 (16-for-40, .400)...Recorded first career two-homer game and tied a club record with 11 total bases on 4/17 @ Winston Salem...Was leading the Carolina League in hits and was tied for first in RBI and run when he was promoted to Double-A on 5/3...Went 0-for-5 in his Altoona debut vs. Reading on 5/3, but hit safely in each of his next seven contests (8-for-27, .296)...Went homerless in his first 22 Double-A games before hitting first Double-A homer on 5/29 vs. Reading...Recorded four hits and a season-high four RBI in 8/1 game @ Erie...Posted second four-hit game with Altoona on 8/9 vs. Bowie (4-for-5)...Belted two homers on 8/14 @ Reading and in the final game of the Eastern League regular season on 9/5 @ Bowie...Finished second in the Eastern League in triples and led league second basemen in total chances (578) and putouts (255)...Hit .220 with a homer and two RBI in five Divisional Playoff Series games vs. Akron...Was promoted to Triple-A Indianapolis during the International League playoffs and went 0-for-2 with a run scored in his lone appearance. 2004 Spent entire season with South Atlantic League champion Hickory (A)...Made switch from third base prior to season and led league second basemen with a .983 fielding percentage...Committed just nine errors in 102 games and 527 total chances...Batted .371 (33-for-89) during the month of June...Posted a season-high 15-game hitting streak from 6/2-17 (22-for-52, .423)...Reached base safely in a team season-high 37 consecutive games from 6/2-7/12, the third-longest streak in the SAL...Hit safely in 31 games during the 37-game on-base streak to raise his season average from .213 to .297...Batted .326 (31-for-95) during the month of August...Hit .385 (5-for-13) with a home run, four RBI and five runs scored in four post-season contests. 2003 Spent first professional season with New York-Penn League champion Williamsport after being selected by Pittsburgh in the 5th round of the June draft...Led league third basemen with at least 100 total chances in fielding percentage (.966)...Committed only five errors in 45 games and 149 total chances...Fell just 17 plate appearance shy of finishing eighth in the league in batting. ...Went 3-for-5 with a season-high three RBI in first pro game on 7/14 vs. Vermont...Hit first professional home run and scored a season-high three runs on 8/5 @Staten Island...Batted .366 (26-for-71) from 7/28 thru 8/18 and produced five straight two-hit contests from 8/14-18.