Named First Team All-Mid-American Conference after leading the MAC in batting (.429), runs (77), walks
(48), triples (8), and OBP (school record .550) as a junior at Ball State (IN) University in 2009.
Compiled a career batting AVG of .420 with 21 home runs, 139 RBI, and 79 stolen bases in 4 varsity seasons
at Wapahani (IN) High School.2012Spent most of the season with Double-A Portland before making his Triple-A debut
with the PawSox in late August.
Combined to rank among Red Sox minor league leaders with 36 steals (2nd) and 19 home runs (T-4th) between Double-A and Triple-A Pawtucket...Set career highs in homers and RBI (67).
Tied for 2nd in the Eastern League with 33 stolen bases and placed 4th among EL qualifiers with a .479 SLG.
Led the Sea Dogs with 6 triples, 19 homers, and 77 runs scored...Placed 2nd on the club with 436 at-bats,
119 hits, 64 RBI, and 209 total bases.
Went 6-for-14 (.429) with the bases loaded between both stops.
Reached via hit or walk in 23 consecutive home contests from 5/2-7/2 at .362 (34-for-94) with 10 walks.
Named the EL Batter of the Week for 7/16-22 after hitting .417 (10-for-24) with a league-best 4 homers, 7
extra-base hits (tied), and 26 total bases (tied) in that time.
Scored a career-high 4 runs on 7/18 vs. Reading...Stole a season-high 4 bases on 7/22 at New Hampshire.
Hit safely in 22 of his final 24 games with the Sea Dogs, including a team-high 12 straight contests from
7/28-8/14 at .400 (20-for-50) with 3 doubles,1 home run, 6 RBI, and 11 runs scored.
Named Red Sox Minor League Base Runner of the Month for both June (11 R, 2 2B, 3B, 5 SB) and August/
September (6 R, 6 2B, 6 SB).
Promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket on 8/27...Played 7 regular season games and 5 post-season contests in the
PawSox run to the Governor's Cup Championship.
Following the season, batted .261 (6-for-23) with 2 HR in 8 games for Obregon of the Mexican Pacific League.2011Split time between High-A Salem and Double-A Portland, tallying 17 home runs and
47 stolen bases in a career-high 124 games.
Also set career highs with 86 runs, 128 hits, and 62 walks between the 2 clubs while combining for a .269
AVG (128-for-476), 27 doubles, 3 triples, and 55 RBI.
Ranked 2nd among Red Sox minor leaguers in stolen bases.
Began the year with 34 games for Salem prior to 5/21 transfer to the Sea Dogs.
Tallied a team-leading 35 stolen bases with Portland, the 5th-highest total in the Eastern League.
Tabbed Red Sox Minor League Base Stealer for both June (11 SB, 1 CS) and August/September (15 SB, 3 CS).
Drove in a career-high 6 runs on 7/11 at New Hampshire.
Named Eastern League Batter of the Week for 8/22-28 after hitting .444 (12-for-27) with 3 HR and 7 RBI in 7 tilts.2010Finished 3rd among all minor leaguers with 63 stolen bases at Single-A Greenville...
Named Red Sox Minor League Base Runner of the Year and elected to the South Atlantic
League Post-Season All-Star Team.
Was the most thefts in a season by a Red Sox minor leaguer since Gus Burgess in 1981 (68).
Along with 14 home runs, was the 1st minor leaguer with at least 63 steals and 12 homers in a single season in 4
years (SF's Eugenio Velez, 64 SB and 14 HR for Single-A Augusta in 2006).
Finished 2nd in the South Atlantic League in stolen bases, 1 shy of Eury Perez with WSH's Hagerstown affiliate (64).
Also led the Sox farm system with 9 triples and paced the Drive in doubles (29), RBI (62), and runs (78)...Led club
qualifiers in OBP (.360) and OPS (.815).
Had 13 multi-steal games, including a season-high 4 bags on 7/30 at Charleston.
Selected as Red Sox Minor League Base Stealer of the Month for April (12 SB, 2 CS), May (12 SB, 3 CS), and July
(13 SB, 1 CS).
Went 4-for-18 (.222) with 4 runs, a triple, homer, 3 walks, and a stolen base in 5 playoff tilts for the Drive.
After the season, named by Baseball America as the fastest base runner in the South Atlantic League and the No.
22 prospect in the Red Sox system.2009Made pro debut, playing 48 games between Short-A Lowell and Single-A Greenville.
Combined to hit .165 (26-for-158) with 1 homer, 9 RBI, and 11 stolen bases between the 2 stops.
Played 3 games for Lowell before a 6/29 transfer to Greenville.
Appeared in 1 playoff game for the Drive.