Ian Stewart

Ian Stewart #6

  • 3B
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 3"/225
  • Age: 30

Ian Stewart MLB Career Stats

.229 61 211 17 .730

Ian Stewart Bio

  • Full Name: Ian Kenneth Stewart
  • Born: 4/5/1985 in Long Beach, CA
  • Draft: 2003, Colorado Rockies, 1st rd. (10th overall)
  • High School: La Quinta, Westminster, CA
  • Debut: August 11, 2007
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MLB Career Stats 1489 202 341 61 211 17 .229 .315 .730
  • Status: Released


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December 23, 2014 at 6:47 PM ET

Nats agree to deal with infielder Stewart

In need of a left-handed bat off the bench, the Nationals signed third baseman Ian Stewart to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training, two baseball sources confirmed to MLB.com.


Ian Stewart Awards

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/07/2009 Colorado NL

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2007 Colorado Springs PCL

Baseball America Triple-A All-Star

Year Team League
2007 Colorado Springs PCL

PCL Player of the Week

Week Team League
05/12/2008 Colorado Springs PCL
05/19/2008 Colorado Springs PCL

CAL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Modesto CAL

SAL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2004 Asheville SAL

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Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2009 25 19th in NL


Season SO Rank
2009 138 12th in NL

Ian Stewart Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 5, 2015 Syracuse Chiefs released 3B Ian Stewart.
December 30, 2014 3B Ian Stewart assigned to Syracuse Chiefs.
December 12, 2014 Washington Nationals signed free agent 3B Ian Stewart to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 10, 2014 3B Ian Stewart elected free agency.
October 10, 2014 3B Ian Stewart elected free agency.
September 18, 2014 Salt Lake Bees activated 3B Ian Stewart from the 7-day disabled list.
August 30, 2014 Salt Lake Bees placed 3B Ian Stewart on the 7-day disabled list. left elbow strain
July 21, 2014 Los Angeles Angels sent 3B Ian Stewart outright to Salt Lake Bees.
July 21, 2014 3B Ian Stewart roster status changed by Los Angeles Angels.
July 19, 2014 Los Angeles Angels designated 3B Ian Stewart for assignment.
June 20, 2014 Los Angeles Angels optioned 3B Ian Stewart to Salt Lake Bees.
May 24, 2014 Los Angeles Angels sent 3B Ian Stewart on a rehab assignment to Salt Lake Bees.
May 12, 2014 Ian Stewart roster status changed by Los Angeles Angels.
March 29, 2014 Los Angeles Angels selected the contract of 3B Ian Stewart from Salt Lake Bees.
January 28, 2014 Los Angeles Angels signed free agent 3B Ian Stewart to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
January 28, 2014 3B Ian Stewart assigned to Salt Lake Bees.
August 12, 2013 Albuquerque Isotopes released 3B Ian Stewart.
July 6, 2013 3B Ian Stewart assigned to Albuquerque Isotopes.
July 5, 2013 Los Angeles Dodgers signed free agent 3B Ian Stewart to a minor league contract.
June 25, 2013 Iowa Cubs released 3B Ian Stewart.
June 22, 2013 Iowa Cubs activated 3B Ian Stewart.
June 12, 2013 3B Ian Stewart roster status changed by Iowa Cubs.
May 8, 2013 Chicago Cubs sent Ian Stewart outright to Iowa Cubs.
May 3, 2013 Chicago Cubs optioned 3B Ian Stewart to Iowa Cubs.
April 14, 2013 Chicago Cubs sent 3B Ian Stewart on a rehab assignment to Iowa Cubs.
March 31, 2013 Ian Stewart roster status changed by Chicago Cubs.
December 12, 2012 Chicago Cubs signed free agent 3B Ian Stewart.
November 30, 2012 3B Ian Stewart elected free agency.
November 2, 2012 Chicago Cubs activated 3B Ian Stewart from the 60-day disabled list.
August 13, 2012 Chicago Cubs transferred 3B Ian Stewart from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
June 14, 2012 Chicago Cubs placed 3B Ian Stewart on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to June 13, 2012. Sore left wrist.
December 8, 2011 Chicago Cubs traded 2B DJ LeMahieu and RF Tyler Colvin to Colorado Rockies for RHP Casey Weathers and 3B Ian Stewart.
September 29, 2011 Ian Stewart roster status changed by Colorado Rockies.
August 21, 2011 Colorado Springs Sky Sox placed 3B Ian Stewart on the 7-day disabled list. Left wrist inflammation.
August 10, 2011 Colorado Rockies optioned 3B Ian Stewart to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
July 5, 2011 Colorado Rockies recalled Ian Stewart from Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
June 2, 2011 Ian Stewart roster status changed by Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
May 25, 2011 Colorado Springs Sky Sox placed 3B Ian Stewart on the 7-day disabled list. Strained right hamstring.
May 13, 2011 Colorado Rockies optioned 3B Ian Stewart to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
May 3, 2011 Colorado Rockies recalled Ian Stewart from Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
April 19, 2011 Colorado Rockies optioned Ian Stewart to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
September 23, 2010 Colorado Rockies activated 3B Ian Stewart from the 15-day disabled list.
August 30, 2010 Colorado Rockies placed 3B Ian Stewart on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to August 26, 2010. Strained right oblique

Ian Kenneth Stewart Bio Info

Ian Kenneth Stewart...Attended La Quinta HS (Westminster, CA)...Originally selected in first round (10th overall) of the 2003 amateur draft by Colorado..Signed by Rockies scout Todd Blyleven...Named as Pioneer League's top prospect in 2003...In 2004, became youngest player (19) in Asheville history to hit 30 HR...Broke into Majors with Rockies in 2007...In first full MLB season (2009), launched 25 HR with 70 RBI...Injuries limited him to 169 games with Colorado over final two seasons with club (2010-11)...Acquired by Cubs in a four-player deal, Dec. 8, 2011...Has battled a left wrist injury over last two seasons (2012-13).

2012 Ian was limited to just 55 games in his first season with the Cubs, as he landed on the 15-day disabled list June 14 (retroactive to June 13) with a sore left wrist ... underwent season-ending left wrist surgery, July 10...Batted .201 (36-for-179) with five doubles, two triples, five home runs and 17 RBI in 55 contests for the Cubs. ...Drew 21 walks and struck out 46 times in 202 plate appearances. ...Hit .207 (29-for-140) with five homers against right-handed pitching ... batted .179 (7-for-39) against southpaws. ...After hitting .169 (13-for-77) in April, batted .225 (16-for-71) in May and .226 (7-for-31) in 11 June games. ...Finished with 11 multi-hit efforts and twice drove in a season-high three runs: April 13 at St. Louis and May 28 vs. San Diego. ...Made 49 starts at third base, and hit safely in 24 starts. ...Batted .308 (8-for-26) in his first eight games through April 13, but hit .183 (28-for-153) in his final 47 contests. ...Batted .381 (8-for-21) in a seven-game stretch, April 30-May 7 ... also reached safely in seven-straight games, May 17-30. ...Belted his first home run of the season, April 13 in St. Louis, a first-inning three-run blast off Adam Wainwright. ...Appeared in his final game of the season, June 12 vs. Detroit (0-for-2). ...After landing on the 15-day D.L., June 14 (retroactive to June 13), was transferred to the 60-day D.L., August 13. 2011 Ian split the season between Colorado and Triple-A Colorado Springs, as injuries hampered his play...twice landed on the minor league disabled list (right hamstring strain, May 25-June 2, and left wrist contusion, August 21-September 22)...Batted .156 (19-for-122) with six doubles, one triple and six RBI in 48 games for the Rockies, spanning three stints: April 1-19, May 3-13 and July 5-August 10...Broke camp with the big league club for the third-straight year, but knee and wrist injuries in Spring Training limited his playing time...Started the year 2-for-26 before he was optioned, April 19, then was 1-for-21 following his recall, May 3...Batted .275 (47-for-171) with 10 doubles, a triple, 14 homers and 42 RBI in 45 games for Colorado Springs...Batted .419 (13-for-31) with three homers and 13 RBI in his first nine games at the Triple-A level...Posted a .342 batting average (13-for-38) with runners on base and two outs for Colorado Springs. 2010 Spent the entire season in the Majors with Colorado for the second straight season...was the Rockies regular third baseman for the majority of the campaign for the second straight year as well...Missed nearly a full month of action late in the season (8/26-9/22) with a right oblique strain...had just 15 at-bats in September/October following his reinstatement from the DL...Finished third on the club with 18 home runs and 61 RBI, despite missing 24 games...finished the season hitting .256 (99-for-386) with 14 doubles, two triples, 18 home runs and 61 RBI...his .338 on-base percentage was slightly higher than his career average of .332, while his .443 slugging percentage was slightly lower than his career mark of .451...his .781 OPS in 2010 is nearly identical with his career .782 mark...Set a career-high with his 99 hits in 2010, this despite having 39 fewer at-bats in 2010 (386) than in 2009 (425) when he had 97 hits...His 43 home runs since the beginning of 2009 are the third-most among NL third baseman, trailing only Mark Reynolds (76) and Ryan Zimmernman (58)...Stewart's 54 career home runs are already the third-most for a Rockies third baseman in franchise history... Vinny Castilla holds the all-time Rockies record for the position with 239 career bombs as a Rockie...Garrett Atkins is second with 98 career homers...Stewart tied Tulowitzki for the club lead by hitting 12 home runs on the road in 2010...he hit 12 homers on the road and six homers at Coors Field...for his career, Stewart has hit 29 home runs on the road and 25 at Coors Field...Stewart's 29 home runs on the road since 2008 are the second-most road homers on the club, as only Tulowitzki's 31 road home runs are more...Batted .269 or better in four of the five months he was healthy for in 2010...batted .293 in April, .269 in May, .167 in June, .278 in July and .308 in August...Posted the fourth-best fielding percentage for an NL third baseman, with his .964 percentage...was fifth among NL third baseman by averaging 2.73 total chances per 9.0 innings in 2010...Had his fourth career multi-home run game on 7/9 vs. SD...the second of his two home runs was also his third career grand slam, and also gave the Rockies a lead in the 7th inning...he had a career high six RBI in the contest as well, as his first home run of the game was a two-run shot. 2009 In his first full season in the Majors, Stewart hit .228 (97-for-425) with 25 home runs and 70 RBI in 147 games...ranked 2nd on the club in homers and 5th in RBI...hit for the home run cycle, including his 2nd career grand slam and a team-best 4 three-run HR's...had 2 multi-HR games and homered in consecutive games on 3 occasions: 9/6-7 (2 HR's), 6/5-6 (3 HR's) and 5/12-13 vs. HOU (3 HR's)...hit .245 (110-for-449), 23 HR's, 80 RBI between 2008-09 All-Star breaks, in what could be viewed as his first season in the big leagues...entered the season 21-for-64 (.328) off left-handed pitchers (2007-08) but went 18- for-101 with 37 strikeouts off lefties in '09; hit 5 HR's off lefties...started 109 games in the field (85 at 3B, 20 at 2B, 4 at OF), and was the Rox Opening Day starter at second base...club went 55-31 with him as the starting third baseman...his .969 fielding pct. at third base was the highest mark by a Rox player since Vinny Castilla set the club record (at 3B) in 2004, with a mark of .987...went 6-for-20 with 2 RBI as a pinch-hitter; hit 2nd career pinch-hit HR 4/8 at ARI (Buckner)...had a .341 AVG (15-for-44) with 2 doubles, a triple, 5 HR's and 12 RBI vs. the D-Backs...made first career Opening Day start as the club's second baseman; at 24 years, 1 day old, became 7th-youngest player in Rockies history to start on Opening Day...made 3 starts at 3 different positions to start the season (4/6-2B, 4/12-3B, 4/15-RF); also started in LF 4/19-20 for 6 starts at 4 positions through April 20...homered in 2 straight games (3 HR's) 5/12-13 vs. HOU; 5/12 vs. HOU had 2nd career multi-HR game and 2nd career grand slam...started in LF 5/31 vs. SD for first time since 4/20 (4th career start as OF); recorded first career OF assist in 5th inning (A. Gonzalez at home)...homered in consecutive games (6/5-6); named NL Player of the Week, period ending June 7 (led NL with 12 hits, 9 runs, 1.080 SLG, 27 total bases; 4 HR were most in MLB)...hit 5 HR's on 6/1-11 road trip, as Rox swept series at St. Louis (4) and Milwaukee (3)...finished a single shy of cycle 6/20 vs. PIT, his 2nd game in '09 with 9+ total bases (had 10 TB 6/6 at STL)...14th HR 6/27 at OAK snapped 0-for-14 streak...19 RBI in June were tied with Barmes for 12th in NL (7 HR, T-6th)...scored 8 runs on 7/3-12 homestand...owned a .375 OBP in July...slugged .500 in September, as he hit 6 home runs in the month, and drove in 11 runs...had go-ahead solo HR in 8th 9/7 vs. CIN...Ian and and his wife, Susan, had first child Sept. 1: Ellsie Gray (7.5 lb, 20 in.)... hit 5 HR's in a 10-game span from 9/3-16. 2008 After starting the year at Triple-A Colo. Springs, Stewart finished with 81 games played for the Rockies, hitting .259 (69-266) with 18 doubles, 10 HR and 41 RBI...despite playing just half the season with the club, he still ranked among NL rookies in the fol- lowing categories (min. 250 AB): batting avg.-7th, OBP-5th (.349), slugging pct.-3rd (.459), hits-11th, runs-9th (33), doubles-5th, HR- T-4th, RBI-7th, walks-T-7th (30), strikeouts-7th (94) and total bases-10th (121)...became just the 2nd left-handed Colorado rook- ie to hit 10 HR, joining Todd Helton who hit 25 HR in '98...named National League Rookie of the Month for July; recalled from Triple-A on 7/19, he played only 12 games during the month but led all NL rookies with a .432 (19-44) avg. and 15 RBI; also had one HR, 5 doubles and 8 runs scored with a .614 slugging per- centage and a .519 on-base percentage...became just the 5th Colorado rookie to earn the honor, the first since Troy Tulowitzki did so last August '07...Stewart was the only Rockie to win an MLB monthly award in '08...hit .370 (20-54) vs. LHP's, which was the best "left vs. left" avg. in Majors (2nd-Mauer, .361)...also had a .704 slugging pct. vs. lefty pitchers, which is the 7th-best "left vs. left" mark in a season all-time (min. 50 AB) and the highest since Barry Bonds' mark of .790 in 2003...batted .329 (23-70) w/RISP, the 5th-highest avg. in that situation ever for a Colorado rookie (min. 50 AB w/RISP)...played 65 games (59 starts) at third base and 12 games/starts at second, a position he had never played in his professional career prior to this season...all 12 starts at 2B were during his first recall from 5/24-6/23...played exclusively at 3B during his second recall from 7/19-end of season...made 10 errors at 3B including 9 after the All-Star break (T-3rd- most among NL 3B after A/S break)...had career long 10-game hit-streak from 8/16-26, going 18-for-39 (.462) during streak...hit just .139 (10-for-72) with one RBI in Sept. after .295 avg. in Aug and .432 in July...went 3-for-7 with 2 extra-base hits (double, HR) as a pinch-hitter...hit .378 (14-37) with 12 of his 41 RBI vs. the Dodgers...had at least one strikeout in 64 of 81 games...started at third base 5/24 vs. NYM and went 0-for-3 in his '08 debut...made first career start at 2B 5/26 at PHI...had first 3-hit game 5/29 at CHC and fell a HR shy of hitting for the cycle...hit 442-foot solo HR that reached 3rd deck in right field, just the 28th upper deck home run in Coors Field history 6/7 vs. MIL...recorded 8 assists at 2B 6/11 vs. SF, 2 shy of matching club record by 2B...0-for-1 as PH 6/12 (1st MLB AB vs. left-hander)...collected first career multi-HR game 6/13 at CWS, hitting pair of solo shots off Gavin Floyd (first 2-HR game by a Rockie in '08)...collected first pinch hit of season 6/20 vs. NYM...had back-to-back 3 hit-games on 7/21-22 vs. LAD...started 14 straight games at 3B following 7/19 recall, hitting safely in 12 of those 14 games (.400, S T E W A R T 20-for-50)... hit game-tying pinch-hit HR in 7th inn 8/5 vs. WAS (1st PH HR of career)...hit 2 run HR off Peavy 8/8 vs. SD, making each of his last 2 hits HR's...reached base in all 4 appearances 9/9 vs. SD (sin- gle, 3 walks)...hit solo HR 8/13 vs. ARI (Doug Davis)...hit 3-run HR 8/17 (Odalis Perez)...homered in con- secutive games for the first time in his career (8/17-19; both 3-R shots)...career-high 5 RBI on 8/19 at LAD...had career-high 4 hits 8/22 vs. CIN becoming 7th MLB rookie with a 4-hit game in '08)...hit in 10 straight games from 8/16-26, going 18-for-39 (.462) during streak...although he did not win the award in August, Stewart again received votes for the NL Rookie of the Month award (Geovany Soto finished 1st; .355, 3 HR, 21 RBI)...Stewart, who won the award in July, finished August with a .295 average, 5 HR, 20 RBI, and 18 runs scored...hit 10th and final HR 9/10 at ATL; was his lone RBI in September...finished his Triple-A season hitting .280 (72-for-257) with 19 HR and 57 RBI in 69 games...posted team-best 14-game hitting streak from 5/5-19; hit .400 (20-for-50) with five doubles, six home runs and 21 RBI during the streak...had two multi-HR games (5/7 vs. RR, 5/15 @ FRE)...twice won PCL Hitter of the Week award, achieving the honor in consecutive weeks (weeks ending 5/11 and 5/18)...led Sky Sox in with 16 errors and 6 triples. 2007 Stewart got his first call to the big leagues in early August...a non-roster invitee to Major League spring training camp each of the last two years, Stewart won the Abby Greer Award as Rockies Spring Training MVP in 2006...batted .209 with one home run and nine RBI in 35 games for Colorado in his Major League debut...made just three starts at third base for the Rockies, and had a .185 (5-for-27) average as a pinch-hitter...had 17 strikeouts in 43 at-bats...five of his nine hits in the big leagues went for extra bases...has yet to draw a walk in the Majors...the left-handed batter hit .242 (8-for-33) against right-handers, but just .100 (1-for-10) vs. lefties...had his contract purchased from Triple-A Colorado Springs on Aug. 11 when Jeff Baker was placed on the disabled list with a mild concussion... made his Major League debut that night vs. Chicago in a start at third base, going 0-for-2 with a hit by pitch and run scored...lined out and flied out to deep left in his first two big league at-bats...was hit with a glancing blow off his helmet in his third big league plate appearance in sixth inning that night, just ahead of Jamey Carroll's pinch grand slam which ignited Rockies' 15-2 victory...got first Major League hit in his next game, an RBI pinch double on Aug. 12 vs. Chicago-NL off Kerry Wood...gave Rockies' a 4-3 lead in eventual 6-3 win...hit a two-out, two-run pinch single up the middle in seventh inning off Cla Meredith Aug. 15 at San Diego, plating game's first two runs in Rockies' 3-0 win...made his second big league start on Aug. 21 vs. Pittsburgh, going 2-for-5 with his first Major League home run...the slam came in just his ninth career at-bat...became just the second Rockie to hit a grand slam for his first big league long ball, the other by Jimmy Tatum on May 4, 1993 at Chicago-NL...that long ball by Tatum was the first grand slam in club history...it was just the sixth grand slam by a rookie in Rockies history...after having hits in each of his first two career pinch at-bats, Stewart went just 3-for-25 as a pinch-hitter the rest of the season...made his third and final start on Sept. 2 at Arizona, going 2-for-4 with a double and RBI...appeared in 12 of the last 21 games, either as a pinch hitter or as a defensive replacement...had just one hit in his last eight at-bats to drop from .229 to .209...spent the rest of the year with Triple-A Colorado Springs, batting .304 with 15 home runs, 23 doubles, and 65 RBI in 112 games...hit .328 against left-handed pitchers in the Pacific Coast League, .294 vs. right-handers...from beginning of July until joining Colorado on Aug. 11, Stewart had a .321 (43-for-134) average over his final 37 games with the Sky Sox...had three multi-homer games at Triple- A. 2006 Made his Double-A debut, batting .268 with 10 home runs and 71 RBI in 120 games for Tulsa...ranked T9th in all of Minor League baseball with career-high 41 doubles, the second-highest total in the Rockies system and T3rd-most in Texas League...led all Drillers with seven triples and ranked among team leaders in RBI (T2nd, 71), runs (T3rd, 75), hits (3rd, 124), total bases (3rd, 209), and walks (3rd, 50)...led all TL third basemen in assists (252) and double plays (38)...hit safely in 18 of club's first 20 games at .305 and would hit .307 in April...hit just .167 (11-for-67) in May, month in which he endured a sprained left wrist...would compile a .310 (63-for-203) in June and July, but would hit .221 (23-for-104) over his final 29 games after the beginning of August...despite a sub-.300 average for the year, still managed three hit streaks of at least 11 games...hit safely in 11 straight, April 9-20; 13 straight, June 17-July 6; and season-high 19 straight July 19-Aug. 7...the 19-game streak, during which he batted .350 (28-for-80), was third-longest in the Texas League all season...reached base safely in 28 straight from July 8-Aug. 7, sixth-longest span in the TL in '06...established season highs with four hits and four RBI on June 4 at Corpus Christi...doubled and homered among his four hits for Tulsa in the playoffs...named league's 10th-best prospect by Baseball America after the season...batted .396 (19-for-48) with five homers, four doubles, and 14 RBI in 22 games for Colorado in Spring Training, and was named Abby Greer Award winner as club's spring MVP...at one point in spring play, homered four times in a span of 10 at-bats...ranked T5th in Cactus League with five home runs. 2005 Spent his first season at the High-A level, batting .274 with 17 home runs and 86 RBI in 112 games for Modesto...was named a postseason All-Star in the Cal League...also named league's 4th-best prospect after the season by Baseball America...his RBI total ranked fifth in the Rockies organization...despite missing the first month of the season, still tied for team lead with 52 walks, and ranked among team leaders in home runs (2nd), RBI (2nd), triples (2nd, 7), doubles (T2nd, 32), and runs (3rd, 83)...sustained a strained left hamstring during a game in spring training on March 16 and began the season on the disabled list...after time in extended spring training, joined Modesto and played first game on May 1 vs. High Desert, going 0-for-5...batted just .221 over his first 44 games, but beginning June 18, hit safely in 52 of his final 68 contests at .308 (81-for-263) to finish at .274...missed a week in late June with a sprained right wrist...batted .336 (41-for-122) with runners in scoring position...hit .330 (30-for-91) with runners on base and 2 outs...hit a grand slam on May 21 vs. San Jose...posted season-high 4 hits on May 13 at Stockton...homered in 3 of season's final 5 games...hit one of Modesto's 3 team home runs during 5-game playoff run...selected to play for Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League, batting .333 with 3 home runs and 12 RBI in 12 games...his stay in the fall league was cut short when he re-injured his right wrist while sliding into 2nd base...went 5-for-12 with 2 HR and 9 RBI over his first 3 games, including a grand slam on Oct. 7 at Peoria Saguaros...hit safely in final 4 games at 8-for-12 with 4 walks in that span prior to the injury. 2004 Was named a first-team Minor League All-Star by Baseball America, batting .319 with 30 home runs and 101 RBI for Class-A Asheville...the 19-year-old became the youngest player in the 107-year history of the Asheville Tourists to reach 30 home runs in a single season and became only the 3rd player in Tourists history to hit .300 with 30 HR and 100 RBI, joining Ken Hottman in 1971 and Mike Reinback in 1972...led the South Atlantic League in total bases (300), extra-base hits (70) and slugging percentage (.594)...finished 2nd in both hits (161) and home runs, T4th in RBI, was 6th in average and T7th in triples (9)...was named a midseason and postseason SAL All-Star and named to Baseball America's Low Class A All-Star squad...led all league 3rd basemen in total chances (422), assists (308) and double plays (27) and even helped turn a triple play...posted a .941 fielding percentage with 25 errors...batted .321 with 15 HR and 53 RBI at the hitter-friendly McCormick Field but was equally as dangerous on the road, hitting .317 with 15 HR and 48 RBI away from home...he hit .313 vs. left-handed pitching and .321 vs. righties...named SAL Batter of the Week, July 2-8. 2003 Ian was assigned to Casper (R) in his first pro season and gained notice in the process, as he was named a Rookie Level All-Star by Baseball America and tabbed as the Pioneer League's No. 1 prospect...led all short-season Rockies in average (.317), total bases (125), walks (29) on-base (.401) and slugging (.558)...his slugging percentage finished 5th in the Pioneer League...never went hitless for more than 2 consecutive games and only did that twice.