Andrew B. Parrino was originally signed by Padres scout Jim Bretz … was the 2007 MAAC Player of the Year for Le Moyne College…named third-team All-America by Louisville Slugger and Collegiate Baseball … helped lead the Dolphins to the MAAC championship and the program's fourth appearance in the NCAA Tournament … only the 12th position player and the sixth infielder to be selected in the amateur draft in Le Moyne College history.
Had two stints with Oakland and went 4-for-34 (.118) with two doubles and one RBI in 14 games … struck out 12 times in 36 plate appearances…the switch-hitter went 3-for-18 (.167) against left-handed pitching compared to 1-for-16 (.063) against right-handers … was 0-for-15 in Oakland … started four games at second base, two at shortstop and one at third base…made all seven of his starts batting ninth … also went 0-for-3 as a pinch hitter…was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento the first time April 10 went 3-for-24 (.125) with a double in nine games, including six starts, before he was optioned April 25… returned to Oakland when rosters expanded Sept. 1 and went 1-for-10 (.100) in five games, including a start at shortstop Sept. 16 against Los Angeles (AL).
SACRAMENTO: Spent the balance of the season with Sacramento where he hit .210 with a .300 on-base percentage and .302 slugging percentage in 108 games…all three figures were his lowest as a minor leaguer … the slugging percentage was the lowest mark in the Pacific Coast League and the batting average and on-base percentage were second lowest…had four home runs and 36 RBI in 108 games…struck out 102 times…hit .202 (59-for-292) with all four of his home runs against right-handed pitching compared to .240 (18-for-75) against left-handers…belted all four of his home runs at home … batted .176 with the bases empty compared to .246 with runners on…was 7-for-52 (.135) with runners in scoring position and two outs … appeared in 85 games at shortstop, 18 at third base and five at second base … committed 15 errors at shortstop for a .961 fielding percentage…had four errors at third base (.917) and none at second base … batted .192 as a shortstop and .275 with two of his four home runs as a second baseman and third baseman … saw his most action with 84 games batting ninth … went 4-for 23 (.174) with one RBI over his first six games before he was promoted to Oakland April 10 when Scott Sizemore went on the disabled list…returned to Sacramento April 26 and went 3-for-31 (.097) over his first 10 games to drop his overall batting average to .130 … hit .238 over a 23-game stretch from May 8 to June 3 to lift his average to .196…went 4-for-5 with three RBI May 26 at Tucson…the four hits were a season high … homered in back-to-back games May 29 and 30 against Salt Lake and hit three of his four home runs over a 12-game stretch from May 17-30…had 10 of his 36 RBI over a five-game stretch from May 25-30…had a grand slam and a season-high four RBI in the game on the 30th against the Bees… was batting .184 entering play June 23 but a six-game hitting streak (10-for-23, .435) through June 29 lifted his average above .200 (.213)…hit .247 in the month of July, his best single month batting average in 2013…had a season-high nine-game hitting streak from July 31 to August 10 (9-for-29, .310) to lift his overall batting average to .227…then went 7-for-59 (.119) over his final 19 games to finish the year at .210…went 0-for-4 and matched his season high with four strikeouts Aug. 12 at Iowa (also May 21 against New Orleans).
Split his season between San Diego and Triple-A Tucson, batting .207 in 55 games with the Padres and
.328 in 65 games with Tucson...added a home run and six RBI with San Diego in his second season
in the majors...walked 17 times, seven of which were intentional...batted .174 in 40 games before the
All-Star Break...then hit .333 in 15 games during a September call-up...batted .214 (9-for-42) against
left-handed pitching compared to .203 (15-for-74) against right-handers...had a .239 average with the
bases empty compared to .163 with runners on, including .143 with runners in scoring position...is
5-for-30 (.167) in his career with RISP...was 7-for-25 (.280) when leading off an inning...made 22
starts at shortstop, eight at second base and one at third base...also appeared in one game in right field...
all six of his errors came as a shortstop where he had a .940 fielding percentage...was 3-for-13 (.231)
with a RBI, walk and eight strikeouts as a pinch hitter.
Made his Major League debut with the Padres after playing for both Double-A San Antonio and Triple-A Tucson...Had his contract selected 8/26 and made his Big League debut that day at ARI...collected his first hit 8/28 at ARI, starting that game in right field after having played just three minor league games in the outfield that season...Made 13 starts for SD, including seven at third base, three at second base, two at shortstop and one in right field...Did not commit an error over 127.0 combined innings at six positions...Began the year at Tucson before being transferred to San Antonio...hit over .300 at each stop, combining to hit .315 (96-for-305) with 20 doubles, two triples, 12 home runs, 56 RBI and 54 runs scored in 88 minor league games.
Played significant time at five different positions en
route to 125 games for Double-A San Antonio.
Named to the Texas League's Southern Division ... All-Star team as
a replacement for OF Cedric Hunter who did not participate due
to a promotion.
... Played first base (2), second (26), third (17), shortstop (44), left field
(20), center (1) and right (10)...also had 37 at-bats in 10 games as the designated hitter.
... Finished third in the Texas League in walks (68) and was tied for sixth in doubles (28).
... Drew 17 walks in both May and July...scored 19 runs in July.
... Batted .349 (22-for-63) with seven doubles, four RBI, 12 runs and nine walks in 20 games for the Arizona Fall League's
Batted .249 (82-for-329) with 18 doubles, one triple, two home runs, 32 RBI, 55 runs and 54 walks
between Single-A Fort Wayne and Single-A Lake Elsinore.
... Played 94 of his 99 games with Lake Elsinore.
... Begin the season playing in eight games for the Storm before being sent on 4/23 to Fort Wayne for five games.
... Returned to Lake Elsinore on 4/9 for the remainder of the season.
Named as a starter to the Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star team.
... Second in the league in walks (71) and sixth in on-base percentage (.366).
Drew 30 walks in 69 games during his first professional season at Single-A Eugene.