Robert Mark Sobolewski (pronounced so-bah-LESS-key)...2005 graduate of Sarasota (FL) High School...attended the University of
Miami from 2007-08, batting .328 (168-for-512) with 32 doubles, 16 home runs and 116 RBI in 124 career games for the Hurricanes.2012Started season with Double-A New Hampshire (Toronto). ... Hit eight home runs in a 17-game span April 26-May 16, including homers in three straight games May 12-16. ... Named Eastern League midseason All-Star. ... Promoted to Triple-A Las Vegas July 21. ... Placed on the 7-day disabled list with a right hamstring strain August 15-27. ... Batted .188 (15-for-80) with four doubles and two home runs for the 51's and was transferred back to New Hampshire August 27. ... Named third baseman on Toronto's MiLB.com organizational All-star team. ... Ranked best defensive third baseman in the Eastern League by Baseball America.2011Spent entire season with Double-A New Hampshire...minor league career-high 15-game hit-streak May 25-June 10...recorded 11 hits in final
21 at-bats (.524 batting average)...struck out 96 times in 400 at-bats...committed just 12 errors in 253 chances at third base.2010Started season with Single-A Lansing...placed on the 7-day disabled list with a left hamstring strain April 29-May 6...named Midwest
League Midseason All-Star; participated in the Eastern League Home Run Derby...batted .313 (52-for-166) with 15 doubles in 44 games for the
Lugnuts...promoted to Single-A Dunedin June 11...named Florida State League Player of the Week July 26.2009Spent entire season with Single-A Lansing...started the season on the 7-day disabled list with a right quad strain; reinstated April 22...had
nine-game hitting streak May 4-14, batting .417 (15-for-36) in that span...placed back on the disabled list with a left hand sprain July 8-24...
had second nine-game hitting streak August 8-16.2008Began professional career with Short-Season-A Auburn...hit first professional home run July 30 at Jamestown...ranked 19th best prospect
in Toronto's system by Baseball America entering the 2009 season.