Robert Valido

  • SS
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2"/210

Robert Valido does not have any MLB stats for the 2009 season

Robert Valido Bio

  • Full Name: Robert Alexander Valido
  • Born: 5/16/1985 in Miami, FL
  • Draft: 2003, Chicago White Sox, 4th rd. (112th overall)
  • High School: Coral Park, Miami, FL
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Robert Valido Awards

CAR Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Winston-Salem CAR

CAR Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Winston-Salem CAR

Robert Valido Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
August 11, 2009 Bowie Baysox released SS Robert Valido.

Robert Alexander Valido Bio Info

Single ... graduated from Coral Park (Fla.) High School ... was ranked by Baseball America among the Top 50 High School Prospects ... earned First-Team All-America honors in 2002 and 2003 ... was a two-time First-Team All-County and First-Team All-State selection ... earned All-America accolades according to School Sports Maga- zine and ProspectsPlus.com ... committed to Florida International University prior to signing with the White Sox. 2006 Was rated by Baseball America as the Best Defensive Infielder in the White Sox organization for the third consecutive season ... was limited by a left wrist injury to just 54 games between Class AA Birmingham and Class A Winston-Salem ... compiled a .983 (5 E/299 TC) fielding percentage in 53 games at shortstop ... began the season with the Warthogs and played in 45 games ... hit safely in 10 straight games from 4/11-21 (.325, 13-40) ... was placed on the disabled list on 6/8 with a sprained left wrist ... was reinstated on 6/29 and transferred to Winston-Salem ... was 8-36 (.222) in nine games with the Warthogs ... made his last appearance on 7/7 vs. Potomac ... was placed on the disabled list for the second time on 7/15 with a sprained left wrist and missed the remainder of the season ... was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 6 Prospect and Best Defensive Infielder in the White Sox organization entering the season. 2005 Led the Carolina League and ranked 10th overall among all minor leaguers with a career-high 52 stolen bases ... tied for the CL lead in triples (seven), ranked second in hits (147) and tied for third in runs (86) ... also averaged one strikeout every 8.75 at-bats, fifth-best in the league ... finished among the organizational leaders in stolen bases (1st), triples (T1st), hits (T2nd), runs (5th) and total bases (10th, 214) ... was named to both the CL mid-season and postseason All-Star Teams ... compiled a .978 (12 E/540 TC) fielding percentage in 118 games at shortstop ... was successful on 91.2 percent of his stolen base attempts (52-57), including all 30 attempts of second base ... batted .315 with runners in scoring position ... was on the suspended list from 4/20-30 for violating Major League Baseball's Drug Treatment and Prevention Program ... compiled a CL-best 20-game hit streak from 6/3-7/1 (.378, 34-90) ... hit .351 in June and drove in 19 runs in July ... stole four bases on 7/5 vs. Kinston ... was successful in 35 of his final 36 stolen base attempts, including 22 straight from 6/21-8/10 ... played in 13 games for the Peoria Saguaros in the Arizona Fall League, hitting .283 (17-60) with eight RBI. 2004 Tied for third in the White Sox organization with 28 stolen bases with Class A Kannapolis ... led the Intimidators with 13 sacrifice hits and ranked third with 65 runs scored ... batted .310 (27-87) in his first 22 contests ... hit safely in 10 straight games from 8/9-20 ... was 29-92 (.315) in August ... was cited by Baseball America as the Best Defensive Infielder in the White Sox organization prior to the season. 2003 Spent his first pro season at Advanced Rookie Bristol and was named to the Minor League Rookie All-Star Team ... among the Sox 2003 draft class, was cited by Baseball America as Fastest Runner and Best Defensive Player as well as making the Best Pro Debut (along with Ricardo Nanita) ... ranked among the Appalachian League leaders in stolen bases (3rd, 17) and average (9th, .307) ... led team in average, slugging (.479) and on-base percentage (.357) ... was named to the APPY postseason All-Star Team ... was successful on 73.9 (17-23) percent of his stolen base attempts ... was signed by Jose Ortega (White Sox).