He and his wife, Jennifer, have one son, Sean III.
Played his seventh consecutive season with the Stripers and hit .270 (103-for-381) with 12 home runs and 61 RBI in 108 games...Spent time defensively at all four infield positions, playing 69 games at first base, 19 at second base, six at third base and six at shortstop…Made three relief appearances, the first pitching appearances of his 15-year career…Did not allow a run in 3.0 innings...Ranks first in Gwinnett franchise history in games played (667), at-bats (2,310), hits (620), total bases (882), doubles (127), runs scored (279) and RBI (270)…Is second in triples (12) and fourth in home runs (37)...Had two five-hit games, 6/14 at Syracuse and 8/28 against Norfolk, the third and fourth such games of his career.
Played his sixth consecutive season with Triple-A Gwinnett and batted .254/.296/.314 in 99 games.
Named by Triple-A Gwinnett as the team's Co-Most Valuable Player (with Ozzie Albies) after batting .284/.310/.416 over 99 games...Ranked in the Top 10 among Braves farmhands in average (7th, .284) and home runs (T9th, 11)...2017 marked his fifth consecutive season with Gwinnett, and he now ranks first in Gwinnett franchise history in doubles (91), games (460) and at-bats (1,591), and second in hits (431), runs (189) and RBI (183).
Played his fourth consecutive campaign with Triple-A Gwinnett, batting .263 (86-for-327) with 35 runs, 22 extra-base hits and 37 RBI in 93 games...Named the G-Braves' "Most Competitive Player" for 2016, his third consecutive year winning the award (2014, 2015)...Collected an IL-leading eight RBI in the playoffs in helping Gwinnett advance to the Governers' Cup Championship Series...On 9/10 vs. Columbus, he matched the Gwinnett playoff record for hits in a game with four (4-for-4, HR, R, 2 RBI), equaling the mark set by Mel Rojas Jr. a night prior on 9/9 vs. Columbus (4-for-5, 2B, 3B, 3 R, 2 RBI).
Completed his third season in the Atlanta organization and his third with Triple-A Gwinnett, batting .280 (111-for-397) with 53 runs and 38 RBI in 106 games...Finished the season in the Top 10 among all Braves farmhands in doubles (3rd, 25), triples (T6th, 6), hits (10th, 111) and runs (T10th, 53)...Established a new career high with six triples, and logged his most games, at-bats, hits, doubles and RBI since the 2011 campaign...Opened the season batting .270 (58-for-215) in 58 games prior to the All-Star break, before batting .291 (53-for-182) in 48 games after the break to close the season.
Played his second consecutive season with Gwinnett, hitting .297 (69-for-232) with 34 runs, 18 doubles, one triple, four home runs, 34 RBI and a pair of steals in 67 games...Honored with the Gwinnett Braves' "Most Competitive Player Award" for 2014.
Spent his first year in the Braves organization with Gwinnett (AAA), splitting time between second base, third base and shortstop...His 95 games with the G-Braves were good for fifth-most on the squad.
Played the majority of the season with Binghamton (AA) in the Mets system...Transferred to Buffsalo (AAA) on 5/29 before being transferred back to Binghamton on 6/21.
Spent the entire season with Tacoma, the Triple-A affiliate for Seattle, ranking among team leaders in games (2nd, 127), doubles (2nd, 29), hits (3rd, 117) and triples (3rd, 3).
Hit .275 (137x499) in 130 games for Portland (AAA) in the Padres organization...ranked 2nd on the team in hits, doubles, games played and total bases (190)...saw actionat shortstop (83 G), second base (42 G) and outfield (2 G)...recorded 38 multi-hit games,including 12 games with 3+ hits...went 5-for-5 with 2 runs and home run Aug. 29 atTacoma...recorded 2 homers and season-high 5 RBI July 10 at Sacramento...hit .318(54x170) vs. lefties, and .252 (83x329) vs. right-handed pitching...had strong finish to theseason batting .328 (43x131) with 4 home runs and 16 RBI over final 33 games.