Samuel Onofrio Haggerty...resides in Denver, CO...played college baseball at the University of New Mexico where he was named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American and Co-Freshman of the Year in the Mountain West Conference.
In 83 games hit .256 (45x156) with nine doubles, one triple, five home runs and 23 RBI while getting on base at a .335 clip and slugging .403 (.738 OPS)...went 13-for-14 in stolen base attempts...Hit first home run of the season July 5 at San Diego, going 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored in addition to the home run...marked his 2nd 3-hit effort of the season (also: June 29 vs. BAL)...Hit an inside-the-park home run on July 14 at Texas...marked the 23rd inside-the-park home run in Mariners history, and first since Willie Bloomquist (June 15, 2007 at Houston)...Had four three-hit games, including three in an eight-game span from July 5-17...Had pinch-hit, go-ahead home run Aug. 2 against the Yankees at Yankee Stadium...went 2-for-2 with two runs scored in the game after entering in the seventh inning...Go-ahead solo HR on Aug. 10 vs. New York-AL in the sixth inning, the Mariners first hit of the game off Yankees starter Nestor Cortes...Hit .438 (7x16) with three runs scored, three doubles and two home runs while getting on base at a .500 clip and slugging .813 (1.313 OPS) in five games against the Yankees...was intentionally walked twice in the same game against the Yankees on Aug. 9 in extra innings, the first two IBB in his career...After being recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on June 29, his second stint in the Majors in 2022, Haggerty hit .263 (42x160) with 27 runs, eight doubles, one triple, five home runs, 22 RBI and went 12-for-13 in stolen base attempts, while getting on base at a .341 clip and slugging .419 (.760 OPS)...Haggerty led Mariners hitters in August in batting average (.321/17x53), on-base percentage (.373) and stolen bases (5)...had a 0.6 fWAR, tied for second on the team in August...Appeared defensively at four different positions this season...played 37 games in right field, six in center field, 33 in left field and four at second base...Began season with Triple-A Tacoma...in two stints with the Rainiers, batted .283 (43x152) with 28 runs, 11 doubles, 2 triples, 6 home runs, 25 RBI and went 15-for16 in stolen base attempts, while getting on-base at a .369 clip and slugging .500 (.869 OPS) in 39 games...hit safely in 8-of-9 games from Aug. 6-16, batting .400 (12x30) with four runs, two doubles, one home run and six RBI while having a 1.008 OPS over the stretch...four of his five home runs this season put the Mariners in the lead...The Mariners winning percentage in games he started was .714 which was the highest mark among Mariners hitters...ranked in the 89th percentile in sprint speed according to Statcast, averaging 28.9 ft-per-second on competitive runs.
Hit .185 (16x86) with three doubles, two home runs, six walks, 15 runs, five RBI and five stolen bases in 35 games with the Mariners...placed on 10-day IL May 24 with right shoulder inflammation, transferred to 60-day IL June 7.
Hit .260 (13x50) with seven runs, four doubles, one home run, six RBI, four stolen bases and four walks in 13 games with the Mariners...Hit safely each of his first nine games, batting .297 (11x37) with six runs scored, three doubles, one home run, five RBI, one walk and four stolen bases during that span...Reached base safely via hit or walk in each of his 13 games, including 11 games with at least one hit and four games reaching base 2+ times...Picked up his first MLB hit with a single on Aug. 19 vs. LAD (off LHP Julio Urias)...Placed on the 10-day Injured List with a left forearm strain on Sept. 7…missed the remainder of the season.
Appeared in 11 games with the Mets, all off the bench…was primarily a pinchrunner and scored 2 runs…selected from Triple-A Syracuse on Sept. 1...Made his Major League debut as a pinch-runner on Sept. 4 at the Nationals...- Named the Mets Sterling Organizational Baserunner of the Year…was 23-for-27 (85.2%) in stolen base attempts…his 23 steals were 2nd-most among Mets minor leaguers…his 6 triples were tied for the most in the Mets farm system...Appeared at three levels of the Mets minor leagues: Triple-A Syracuse (12 G), Double-A Binghamton (68 G) and Short-A Brooklyn (6 G)…hit a combined .271 (84x310) with 53 runs, 15 doubles, 6 triples, 3 home runs, 26 RBI, 48 walks and 23 stolen bases in 86 games.
Spent most of the year with Double-A Akron, where his 24 stolen bases tied for 4thmost in the Eastern League…totaled 21 doubles in 87 games with Akron…drew 57 walks to boost his on-base percentage to .373…played in 7 games with Triple-A Columbus.
Carolina League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star…led the Carolina League with 49 stolen bases…posted a .355 on-base percentage in 112 games for High-A Lynchburg.
In his first full pro season, appeared in 100 games with Single-A Lake County.
Began pro career by batting .283 (15x53) in 16 games with Short-A Mahoning Valley.