Married (Tanner, Dec. 8, 2007)...son (Ashur)...Graduated from Christian (Dublin, GA) High School in 2000...Attended Middle Georgia (GA) College.2010Spent majority of season with triple-A Salt Lake, hitting .283 (132-for-466) with 27 2Bs, 15 HRs and 19 SBs in 122 games.2009Key offensive leader with a .291 batting average with 104 runs, 33 doubles, six triples, 26 home runs and
90 RBI in 135 games with Salt Lake...Stole 28 bases...Led the PCL with 279 total bases...Selected as a 2009
PCL All-Star, reached home run derby semis...Enjoyed frequent success in the leadoff spot, homering on the
third pitch of the game on May 21, the fifth pitch on May 25, and the fourth offering of the team's June 11
contest...Homered in three consecutive games from June 26-28...Recalled by Angels on July 22 and optioned
on July 25...Established franchise standard as the club's first-ever 20-20 man...Represented Salt Lake on All-
PCL post-season squad.2008Limited to 46 games at triple-A Salt Lake due to a right shoulder strain...Opened campaign at Salt Lake after 22 Cactus League
games during Spring Training with Angels (.222, 2 HR, 6 RBI)...Had two walk-off hits with Bees (home run in 11th inn. April 17
vs. Las Vegas and RBI single in 10th inn. April 26 vs. Fresno)...Placed on DL with right shoulder injury on May 21...Made four
rehab appearances with rookie level Angels in Arizona League before being activated, Aug. 12.2007Spent majority of 2007 season with triple-A Salt Lake and was named to the PCL All-Star team...Batted a
career-best .316 (150/475) with 70 runs scored, 40 doubles, four triples, 15 home runs, 75 RBI and 24 stolen
bases in 120 games with Bees...Led team in hits, doubles, total bases (243) and stolen bases (24)...Named
Angels' organizational Defensive Player of the Month for July...Committed just one error in 112 games in
outfield...Originally recalled by Angels June 17...Made first career start June 20 (RF) vs. Houston and slammed
HR for first Major League hit in 2nd inning...Became 4th Angel whose first hit was a HR...Made Major League
debut June 17 at LAD...Entered game as pinch-hitter (0/1, 1 SO) and remained in game as right fielder...
Optioned to Salt Lake June 22...Recalled from Salt Lake Sept. 11...Made second start of season Sept. 16 at
CWS (RF; 0/3).2006In 2006, enjoyed career season with two different organizations (Angels and Cardinals) and three different
minor league teams (Palm Beach, Springfield and Arkansas)...All told, combined to hit .309 (155/501) with
23 doubles, three triples, 33 home runs, 87 RBI and 37 stolen bases...One of few minor leaguers to post ''30-30''
numbers...Set career bests in all major offensive categories...Opened season in Cards' system with single-A
Palm Beach...Hit .360 (36/100) in April with seven home runs and 22 RBI in 24 games...Posted three multi-HR
games and five games with at least three RBI, including a seven RBI effort April 11 at Brevard County...Named
to 2006 Florida State League All Star East team...Hit safely in 19 of last 22 games before promotion to double-A
Springfield...Connected for four home runs in first three games with Springfield, including consecutive two-HR
efforts, June 10-11 vs. Arkansas (a team he would end the season with)...In June 11th contest, logged his
second seven RBI game of season...Totaled seven home runs and 20 RBI in 20 games with Springfield...Acquired
by Angels' in exchange for Jeff Weaver on July 5 and assigned to double-A Arkansas...Had immediate impact
with Travelers, connecting for five home runs in first 10 games...Logged five home runs in a six-game span (July
29-August 5)...Named Baseball America second team minor league All Star in 2006.2005In 2005, spent campaign with Palm Beach...Struggled with career-low .221 clip (85/385) in 114 games...
Batted .447 (17/38) over a 10-game stretch (May 13-25)...Logged four hits, May 25 at Sarasota.2004In 2004, spent majority of season with single-A Peoria batting .222 (81/365) with 13 home runs and 59 RBI in
101 games...Promoted to Palm Beach for 19 games...Combined total of 66 RBI ranked sixth most among Cards'
minor leaguers...Combined total of 15 home runs established career-high (a total surpassed in 2006 - 33).2003In 2003, spent campaign with Peoria and hit .246 (94/382) with 10 home runs and 41 RBI in 104 games.2002In 2002, spent first professional season with Rookie-level Johnson City...Amongst Appalachian League
leaders, ranked fifth in total bases (113), first in extra-base hits (31) and first in doubles (22).