Brock James Stassi (pronounced STASS-ee)...Twitter: @brockstassi28...2007 graduate of Yuba City High School (CA)...2011 graduate of the University of Nevada-Reno...named 2010 WAC Pitcher of the Year...earned 2010 All-WAC First-Team honors as a pitcher and Second-Team utility honors...selected to 2011 First-Team All-WAC as a first baseman...brother, Max, is a catcher in the Houston organization.
Was an invite to Phillies spring training and made club's Opening Day roster, the first of career ... Spent two stints with Phillies: start of season-June 8 and June 20-end of July ... Made major league debut April 3 at Cincinnati, pinch-hitting, drawing a walk off Michael Lorenzen ... Recorded first major league hit April 10 vs. New York-NL, homering off Addison Reed ... Designated for release or assignment August 31; outrighted to Lehigh Valley ... Combined to hit .251 (45-for-179) with four doubles, four home runs and 23 RBI in 52 games between Phillies and IronPigs.
Was an invite to Phillies spring training...spent entire season with Triple-A Lehigh Valley...led club in on-base percentage (.369) and second in doubles (26)...committed just one error in 743 total chances at first base...made four relief appearances...played for La Guaira in the Venezuelan Winter League, hitting .297 in 32 games.
Spent season with Double-A Reading (Philadelphia)...named Phillies Minor League Player of the Week twice: May 11-17 and July 20-26... named Midseason and Postseason EL All-Star...named Eastern League MVP...led the EL in OPS (.863), RBI (90) & SF (10), tied for first in doubles (32), second in total bases (219), on-base percentage (.394) and walks (77), third in runs (76) and games (133), fourth in slugging percentage (.470), fifth in hits (140), seventh in average (.300) and tied for seventh in HR (15)...played for Mayaguez in the Puerto Rican Winter League and Caracas in the Venezuelan Winter League.
Spent entire season with Double-A Reading (Philadelphia)...reached base safely in 23 of 27 games in May with 17 walks and a .390 on-base percentage...appeared in two games in relief, both scoreless outings, his third and fourth professional pitching appearances.
Spent entire season with Single-A Clearwater (Philadelphia)...hit .300 (21-for-70) with runners in scoring position...posted a .347 on-base percentage on the season...made two pitching appearances, tossing 2.0 scoreless innings with one walk and two strikeouts.
Split season between Single-A Clearwater, Single-A Lakewood and Single-A Williamsport (Philadelphia), combining to hit .243 (53-for-218) with 10 doubles, three home runs, 33 RBI and a .329 on-base percentage in 67 games.
Began professional career with Single-A Williamsport (Philadelphia), playing in 50 games.