Oscar M. Robles...resides in Tijuana, Mexico with his wife Elena, daughter Emely and son Oscar...graduated from Montgomery High School in San Diego, where he set a then-record for San Diego Section career hits (143)...was originally signed by Houston scout Deron Rombach.
SUMMARY: Played in 24 games with San Diego, batting .231 (6-for-26) with two RBI and two walks...also notched five sacrifice hits...appeared in eight games at second base, including two starts...also made four appearances at third base...committed no errors in 24 total chances...reinstated from the 15-day disabled list on 9/15...notched a pinch-hit single 9/29 at MIL, his first hit after rejoining the team...reinstated from Triple-A Portland's disabled list 8/31, recalled to San Diego and placed on the Padres 15-day disabled list due to a left wrist tendon sheath tear...went on the Portland DL on 6/22 (retroactive to 6/21)...originally recalled from Portland 4/23...went 1-for-3 filling in for Marcus Giles (ejected) 5/29 at PIT...drove in a run in the ninth inning with an RBI single 5/5 at FLA...optioned back to Portland on 6/1.
WITH PORTLAND: In 28 games with the Beavers, hit .284 (29-for-102) with five doubles, three triples, 11 RBI, nine runs scored and eight walks.
WINTER BALL: Played in 61 games with Navojoa in the Mexican Pacific League...batted .330 (72-for-218) with 11 doubles, one triple, four home runs, 28 RBI and 27 runs scored...posted a .432 on-base percentage and .445 slugging percentage...appeared at second base, third base, shortstop and designated hitter...also played for Mexico in the Winter Carribean Series.
Dodgers purchased his contract from the Mexico City Red Devils on May 9 and he remained with the Major League club for the remainder of the season ... Made a solid impression in the Major Leagues, ranking among the National League rookie leaders in average (.272, 9th), hits (99, 5th), total bases (134, 10th), walks (31, 10th) and doubles (18, T-7th) ... Started 49 games at shortstop, 31 at third base and one at second base ... Ranked fifth in the National League with a .384 (28-for-73) mark in close and late situations, which are defined as taking place in the seventh inning or later of a one-run game, tie-game or one in which the tying run is on base or on deck ... Ranked fourth on the Dodgers in at-bats (364), third in hits (99), and third in multi-hit games (28) ... After becoming a regular starter on July 1, he led the Dodgers in at-bats (326), and hits (90) and ranked second to Jeff Kent in runs (41) and doubles (17) ... His .421 (8-for-19) average as a pinch-hitter was the second-best mark among all National Leaguers with 15 or more pinch-hit at-bats ... When batting leadoff, had a .318
batting average (41-for-129) and a .380 on-base percentage (54-for-142) ... Made his Major League debut on May 10 at St. Louis and went 0-for-4 ... Registered his first Major League hit, a single, on May 12 at St. Louis off Chris Carpenter ... Had his first career two-hit game and big league RBI on May 22 vs. Anaheim ... Notched a career-high nine game hitting streak from June 23 - July 7 over which period he hit .486 (17-for-35) ... Belted his first career home run and first career leadoff homer on July 19 at Philadelphia against Brett Myers ... Was hitting .390 (46-for-118) with four home runs and 21 RBI at the time his contract was purchased from the Red Devils ... Appeared in 19 games for the Dodgers in Spring Training, batting .438 (14-for-32) to lead all Dodger hitters.
Played for the Red Devils of Mexico City where he batted .382 (128-for-355) ... Notched 23 doubles, five triples, eight homers and 64 RBI in 97 games ... Posted an on-base percentage of .473 and a slugging percentage of .552 ... Appeared in 82 games at second base and 27 at third base, committing just 10 errors in 554 chances.
Played for the Red Devils of Mexico City where he batted .309 in 99 games ... Appeared in 82 games at second base, 22 at third base and six at shortstop.
Played for Oaxaca of the Mexican Summer League and batted .348 in 105 games ... Played one game at first base, 45 at second and 70 at third base
Hit nine home runs, his career best as a professional.
Played for Oaxaca of the Mexican Summer League and hit .296 in 118 games ... Played five games at second base, 98 at third base, 42 at shortstop and one in the outfield.
Played for Oaxaca and Mexico City of the Mexican Summer League and hit .347 in 85 ... Appeared in 24 games at second base, 56 at third base and 13 at shortstop.
Did not play, as he had returned home to Tijuana to help his father care for his younger brothers after the passing of his mother, Virginia.
Appeared in 66 games for Single-A Kissimmee and four games for Double-A Jackson in the Houston organization.
Appeared in 66 games for Single-A Kissimmee and two games for Triple-A New Orleans in the Houston organization ... Played all of his games at second base.
Led the Florida State League with 74 walks while playing for Single-A Kissimmee ... Appeared in a career-high 125 games...played 90 games at shortstop, 29 at second base and seven at third base.
Played for Single-A Auburn in the New
York-Penn League...earned league All-
Star honors as a shortstop ... Batted .287 in 58 games...appeared exclusively at shortstop (55 games) ... Struck out just once every 17.13 plate
appearances, the third-best ratio in the
Began his professional career with the
Gulf Coast League Astros, batting .327 in
55 games ... Appeared in six games at second base, 21 at third base and 31 at shortstop ... Had a .442 on-base percentage, the second-highest OBP in the league ... His .327 batting average ranked seventh in the GCL.