Signed with the Astros as a 16-year-old international free agent Sept. 24, 2013...Bryan Starling De La Cruz.
Bryan De La Cruz appeared in 115 games with Miami across three stints this season after making his first Opening Day roster with the big league club...Hit .310 with .877 OPS in 42 games in the second half, following .209 and .610 marks in 73 games in the first half...Posted .805 OPS vs. RHP, with 11 home runs and 35 RBI. Posted .506 OPS vs. LHP, with two home runs and eight RBI...Made 34 starts at CF, 28 starts at RF, 23 starts at LF and two at DH...Had season-long nine-game hitting streak from Sept. 18-28, batting .514 over that span with seen doubles, three home runs and 11 RBI...Hit safely in 20 of 25 games after being recalled for the final time Sept. 1, with nine multi-hit games, six home runs and 22 RBI...Posted a 1.142 OPS in 20 games in September with six multi-hit games, five home runs and 17 RBI and a 1.112 OPS in five games in October with three multi-hit games, one home run, and five RBI. Among NL players with 80 at-bats or more in September/October, ranked first in OPS and average, second in OBP, t-fifth in home runs and fifth in RBI...His .388 average and .718 slugging pct. in Sept/Oct. each rank third in club history.
Played in 58 games for the Marlins in 2021 after being acquired from the Houston Astros with RHP Austin Pruitt on July 28 in exchange for RHP Yimi Garcia. Hit .296 with five home runs, seven doubles and 19 RBI...Made MLB debut July 30 vs. Yankees, going 0x4; MLB debut then changed to April 11 due to resumption of previously suspended game vs. Mets (1x3; 1 RBI, 1 BB)...Had 55 hits in his first 50 career games, good for 7th-most in Marlins History...Hit his first career grand slam Aug. 13. Became the first Marlins rookie to hit a grand slam since Lewis Brinson in 2018...Recorded first career walk-off hit and RBI on Sept. 8 vs. Mets (RBI-single off Edwin Diaz)...Hit .384 (33x86) with four doubles, two home runs and eight RBI in August (25 games). Tied with F. Schwindel (Cubs) for most hits in August among all rookies...Ranked T-9th among all rookies with 57 hits after the All-Star break.
Did not appear in a regular season game in 2020 during the pandemic-shortened season... Played for Toros del Este in the Dominican Winter League during the 2020-21 offseason and had a strong eight-game showing, batting .438 (7x16) with two RBI.
Played in 105 games in 2019, split between Double A Corpus Christi (64g) and Class A Advanced Fayetteville (41g)...batted .280 with 28 doubles and a .340 OBP across the two levels...was his first extended stint at the Double A level...Hit .294 (5x17) in 10 games for Toros del Este of the Dominican Winter League following the 2019 season.
Was named to the 2018 Midwest League Midseason All-Star Team while with Class A Quad Cities...split the season between Quad Cities and Class A Advanced Buies Creek, batting .289.
Appeared in three levels of the Astros system in 2017: Double A Corpus Christi (10g), Class A Quad Cities (10g), Class A Short Season Tri-City (40g).