Resides in Ocala, Fla., with his wife, Ann...Graduated from Carlsbad (Calif.) High School in 1994 where he was a four-year letterman and earned Mizuno, USA Today and Collegiate Baseball All-America first-team honors during his senior season...Was originally selected by the San Diego Padres in the second round (37th overall) of the 1994 First-Year player draft, but was the highest unsigned draft choice electing instead to attend UCLA...Enjoyed a stellar collegiate career at UCLA, compiling a .344 batting average (240- for-697) with 211 runs, 62 home runs, 180 RBI and 24 stolen bases in 179 games spanning 1995-97...Led the
Bruins to the 1997 College World Series during his junior season, hitting .409 (108-264) with 100 runs, 34 homers and 91 RBI, while reaching base safely in all 67 games he played in...Hit .300 (3-for-10) with two home runs and three RBI in a pair of CWS affairs in Omaha...Was the 1997 Pac-10 Player-of-the-Year, earned All Pac-10 honors for the second consecutive season and was named First-Team All-America by Baseball America...Established Pac-10 single-season records with 34 home runs, eclipsing Mark McGwire's (USC) mark of 32 set in 1984, as well as total bases (227)...Was the third player in the history of college baseball to amass 30 homers and 10 stolen bases in a season...Was the starting third baseman for the 1996 U.S. Olympic squad that won the bronze medal in Atlanta, Georgia...Hit .342 (41-for-120) with 15 homers and 34 RBI for Team USA, including four home runs at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium during the Olympic Games...Signed by
Darrell Miller (Angels)...Name is pronounced gloss.
Was limited to just 14 games after recovering from right shoulder surgery. Activated off the disabled list on 9/1 and played in 14 contests, including four starts at third base and one at first base, through the end of the season...Underwent debridement of his right shoulder performed by Dr. Lewis Yocum in Los Angeles, CA., on 1/21...He had two separate injury rehab assignments, one each in July and August at Palm Beach (A), Springfield (AA) & Memphis (AAA).
Had record-setting defensive showing in his first season with the Cardinals and provided solid run-production and on-base pct.
at the plate.
... Led all ML third basemen in fielding pct. (.982) and fewest errors (7) while also breaking Cardinals single-season fielding mark
of .980 by a third baseman which was set by Ken Reitz in 1977.
... Played in 151 of the team's 162 games, finishing 3rd on the team in games played.
... Hit just 2 HR's in his first 56 games (thru 5/30), but finished T5th in NL in HR's (24) from June 1 on.
... Finished in Top-10 among ML 3rd basemen in RBI (5th-96), doubles (5th-33), HR (7th-25), OBP (5th-.371) and SLG (7th-
.478). His .372 OBP for the season was 2nd best of his career.
... Averaged 4.00 pitches seen per plate appearance, tops on the Cardinals and one of 36 players in ML with an average of 4.00
... Matched his career-high with 10-game hitting streak (.525 BA, 5 HR) from 7/9-21...that streak included a 7-game XBH streak
from 7/12-21, the longest by a Cardinal since J. Edmonds in 2004.
... Hit his 1st STL HR on 4/27 vs. HOU, snapping a 27-game homerless streak dating to 2007, the 2nd-longest of his career -
longest is 33 games from 8/17/98-4/7/99.
... Led the team with 21 RBI in April, his 2nd most in month of April (24 in April 2002).
... His 12 April 2B's were most by Cards batter in opening month since E.Renteria had 12 in 2003.
... HRed in both games of 6/5 DH at WSH, starting at 1B both games - his only ML starts at that position. Only other time he'd
appeared at 1B was 4/18/08 in the 9th.
... Collected 4th career grand slam 6/21 at BOS - his 1st grand slam since 7/29/06 at OAK. His 8 June HRs ranked T4th in N.L.
... Blasted two homers in 7/2 win vs. NY, including a walk-off HR in the 9th.
... Went 4-4 on 7/12 at PIT, including HR in 10th & reached base 6 times, only the 9th STL player since 1955 to reach base all
six times in 6 PA's...the last to do so was J. Edmonds (2003).
... Enjoyed his 27th career multi-HR game 7/17 vs. SD, including go-ahead shot in the 4th. He homered in 3-straight games
7/12-17 (4 home runs).
... Went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI & a home run in the 9th inn. off B. Lidge on 8/3 -- his 32nd birthday.
... Had 2 HR & 5 RBI on 8/9 at CHI, snapping 0-32 slide vs. Cubs dating to 7/31/05.
... Reached in all 5 PA's (3-1B, 2B, IBB) 8/13 at FLA, matching career high with 4 hits.
... Hit 300th career HR on 9/3 at ARI off D. Davis.
... Made 1st start in a week 9/16 at CIN (right shoulder strain) & hit solo HR (#24) in first AB.
... Cracked 3-run HR (#25) 9/20 at CHI...3 of his 4 hits vs. Cubs in 2008 were HR's.
... Walked 4 times 9/25 vs. ARI matching a career high (6/9/01 at LAD).
... Had the GW-RBI in two straight games 9/26-27 vs. CIN - including 2-run HR on 9/27.
... Underwent debridement of his right shoulder on January 21, 2009. The arthoscopic surgery was performed by Dr. Lewis
Yocum in Los Angeles.
Played in 115 games for Toronto with two stints on the disabled list.
Was tough on left-handed pitching, batting. 361 with nine home runs and 22 RBI.
Among American League third basemen, ranked first in walks (61) and fourth in home runs.
For the seventh time in his career finished with at least 20 home runs (nine seasons)
Placed on the 15-day disabled list 4/17 with a left-heel contusion (retroactive to 4/12). Was batting .333 (8-for-24) with two
home runs and five RBI prior to being placed on the DL.
Was activated from the 15-day DL on 4/28. Batted .344 (11-for-32) with three home runs and nine RBI in 11 April games.
On 5/7 was named American League Player of the Week, his 4th Player of the Week award and first as a Blue Jay. Batted
.400 (10-for-25) with four home runs, seven RBI and eight runs scored during the week.
Delivered the winning run in three straight games 5/14-16 vs. BAL.
Had multi-HR games twice: 6/10 at LAD and 7/16 at NYY.
In that game 7/16 at NYY, accumulated a total of 11 bases which represented a season high by a Blue Jay. Went 3-for-4 with
two home runs and a triple, his 1st since 4/6/05 vs. CHC (with ARI).
Came out of 9/10 game due to a sore left foot. It was Troy's last game due to season ending surgery performed 9/16 in Los
Angeles to correct a nerve problem in his left foot related to his chronic case of plantar fasciitis. Was placed on the 60-day
disabled list 9/15.
Leading up to his final game, batted .321 (26-for-81) with five home runs and 13 RBI.
Led Toronto with 38 home runs and was named to the American League All-Star team. ... Ranked sixth in the AL and first among AL third baseman in homers. ... Had 30-plus home runs for the fifth time in his nine-year career. ... Had 104 RBIs, marking the fourth time in his career that he had at least 100 RBIs. ... Had five multi-homer games and recorded four RBIs six times. ... Collected 86 walks, representing the most free passes he's had since 2002 (88). ... Appeared in 153 games, which was the most he's played in since 2002 (156). ... Over the last two years, has hit 75 home runs with 201 RBIs.
Slugged a team-best 37 home runs, the
third-highest single-season figure in Diamondbacks history,
the second-most by a righthanded batter, one shy of
Jay Bell (1999) on each list... AMONG THE LEADERS: 37
homers placed him fifth in the N.L. and second among big
league third basemen, trailing only the Yankees Alex Rodriguez
(48)... Homered once every 14.5 AB's, the sixth-best
ratio in the National League... Drove in 97 runs, the
ninth-highest total in Arizona history and third-best by an infielder
(142 by Matt Williams and 112 by Jay Bell in 1999)...
Saw 4.12 pitches per plate appearance, the eighth-best ratio
in the N.L... Was the league's 10th-toughest batter to
double up, grounding into a double play every 76.9 AB's...
Tied for 13th in the National League with a team-best 67 extra-
base hits (29 doubles, one triple, 37 homers)... Struck
out 145 times, fifth in the N.L... Swiped his 50th career stolen
base on April 6 vs. Chicago-NL... FEARSOME
FOURSOME: Homered in 4 straight games from April 6-10,
matching the Diamondback record set by Reggie Sanders,
who hit 6 home runs from April 17-21, 2001... Matched that
mark by going deep in 4 consecutive, totaling 5 home runs
from September 9-13... Had a pair of four-RBI games, May 6
vs. Pittsburgh and June 14 at Chicago-AL... Was ejected for
the first time in his career on May 28 vs. Los Angeles following
an argument with home plate Terry Craft over balls and
strikes... Drew his 500th career walk on June 7 vs. Minnesota...
Had a season-high 10-game hitting streak (.381,
16-42) from June 8-18... WALK IT OFF: Hit a 10th-inning
walkoff homer off Mike MacDougal in the 12-11 win over the
Royals on June 10... MILESTONE: Hit 200th career home
run on July 4 off the Cardinals' Brad Thompson... Hit his first
career pinch-hit homer on July 15 at San Diego... Batted
.308 from July 29-September 13 with 15 home runs and 31
RBI over the 39-game stretch... Drove in his 600th career
RBI with a double on September 2 vs. San Franicsco...
Posted his 18th career multi-homer game on September 11
in Colorado, connecting for a pair of solo homers... Belted
his 37th homer on September 21 vs. the Dodgers, accounting
for his 600th career run scored... Throughout the season
received three cortisone shots to help alleviate the pain behind
his left knee... Posted a .946 fielding percentage, ninth
among National League third basemen.
Troy missed more than half of the season due to injury yet returned in September to help the Angels secure the American
League Western Division title and advance to the playoffs...he batted .251 (52-for-207) in 58 games for Anaheim, collecting
30 extra-base hits with 11 doubles, a triple and 18 homers...despite all of the missed time, his 18 roundtrippers ranked
third on the squad and 8 of those blasts gave the Angels the lead...he averaged one home run every 11.5 at-bats, a pace that
projected over the full season would have been an A.L.-leading 50 roundtrippers...Glaus made his sixth consecutive
Opening Day start at third base, matching Doug DeCinces' franchise mark (1982-87), and belted a pair of home runs against
the Mariners on April 6, becoming the third Angel in history to homer twice on Opening Day...Troy missed 4 games after
leaving the April 11 game at Texas with a tight left hamstring...on May 5 against Detroit, he launched his 10th homer in
only his 24th game, the fastest player to reach double-digit home runs in Angels' history, eclipsing the 27-game mark previously
held by Brian Downing (1987) and Jim Edmonds (1996)...Glaus suffered a right shoulder injury on May 11 at
Yankee Stadium and, at the time, was leading the A.L. with 11 home runs and 28 RBI...he had surgery performed on May
21 by Dr. Lewis Yocum to repair fraying of the labrum and rotator cuff in his right shoulder...after a summer of rehab work
at the Angels' complex in the Valley, he had a 5-game rehabilitation stint with Rancho Cucamonga (A), recording 2 home
runs, 4 RBI and 6 walks from August 24-28...after having missed 97 games, he was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list
on August 29...upon his return, he served as the designated hitter for 29 contests, batting .202 (20-for-99) with 3 doubles, 7
clouts and 14 RBI...Troy launched a go-ahead, 2-run homer in the top of the 11th inning to propel Anaheim to an 8-7 triumph
at Texas on September 29...the blast was the lone home run allowed by the Rangers' Francisco Cordero all season.
2004 POST-SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Troy batted .364 (4-for-11) with 3 runs scored, 2 doubles, 2 homers and 3 RBI in
3 games as Anaheim was swept by the eventual World Series Champion Boston Red Sox.
One of five Angels Opening Day starters to miss at least 20 games due to injury (also David Eckstein, Bengie Molina, Brad Fullmer and Darin Erstad)...Limited to 91 games on season...Placed on 15-day DL July 23rd (retro to 7/22)...Had second opinion on injured right shoulder taken Aug. 20 by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, AL which confirmed diagnosis of Angels' Medical Director Dr. Lewis Yocum...A contrast MRI Aug. 12 with Dr.Yocum confirmed a partial tear of the right rotator cuff and fraying of the labrum...Had initial MRI July 23rd with original diagnosis of contusion of right shoulder and normal wearing within the joint...Left July 21 contest at Tampa Bay in third inning after trying to field bunt...Played in 750th career game at third base with Angels, July 9 vs. Kansas City, breaking record of 749 held by Doug DeCinces (1982-87)...Voted as the starting American League third baseman in the ASG, the first Angel voted into starting lineup since Wally Joyner in 1986...Marked third ASG selection for Glaus (2000 & 2001)...Finished contest 0-for-3 (2 SO)...Limited to three HR in final 39 games...Batted .289 (50/173) with 11 HRs and 32 RBI through April & May...Limited to .199 clip (29/146) with five HRs and 18 RBI from June through July...Named AL Pepsi Co-Player of the Week for May 19-25...Shared honor with Baltimore's Melvin Mora...Batted .550 (11/20) with four doubles, four home runs and eight RBI...Marked first time in club history Angels have been honored in consecutive weeks (Scott Spiezio, May 12-18)...Posted 16th multi-HR game of career, May 20 vs. Baltimore (3rd vs. Bal.) passing Chili Davis for 4th on Angels all-time HR list with 157 (currently at 164)...Made fifth straight Opening Day start at third base, March 30 vs. Texas, the most at the position since Doug DeCinces' six straight (1982-87).
Entering 2004, Angels are 52-20 at home when he homers...Enters 2004 ranked fourth on Angels' career HR list with 164...Three-time AL All Star (2003, 2001, 2000)...Voted as starting AL third baseman in 2003 ASG, the first Angel voted into starting lineup since Wally Joyner in 1986...Established AL record for home runs in season by third baseman with 46 in 2001 (one came as DH), breaking Al Rosen's (Cleveland) 47-year-old mark of 43 set in 1953...In 2001, reached 40 HR plateau for second consecutive season, becoming just fifth third baseman in ML history and second in AL to accomplish feat (Eddie Matthews, 1953-55; Harmon Killebrew, 1969-70; Mike Schmidt, 1979-80 & Vinny Castilla, 1996-98)...Recipient of Louisville Silver Slugger Awards (2001 & 2000), first Angel to receive award twice in club history...Totaled 100 runs scored, 100 RBI and 100 walks in a season for second straight season in 2001, becoming first Angel in club history to accomplish feat...Played in 750th career game at third base with Angels, July 9, 2003 vs. Kansas City, breaking record of 749 held by Doug DeCinces (1982-87)...Reached 100 career HRs fastest in club history (456 games and 1,629 at-bats) surpassing Tim Salmon's mark of 465 games and 1,716 atbats...Is only Angel to post 40 HR in a season (47 in 2000 & 41 in 2001)...One of two Angels to post consecutive 100-run campaigns in 2000 & 2001 (also Don Baylor, 1978-79)...In 2000, with Garret Anderson, Mo Vaughn and Salmon, became first quartet of teammates in AL history (seventh in ML history) to each collect 30-or-more HR in a season.
Second career grand slam on last day of season helped him accomplish two milestones: HR gave him 111 RBI, passing his career-high of 108 in 2001 and grand slam was also 30th HR on season, making him just second Angel ever (also Tim Salmon) to post three consecutive 30-or-more HR seasons...RBI total of 111 ranked eighth in AL...Anaheim was 44-19 on season when he collected at least one RBI...Tied for AL lead (Jason Giambi) with 18 GW RBI...Homered in o,rst at-bat, Sept. 16 at Oakland, for his fourth HR in consecutive ABs to tie a major league mark (1st ever by an Angel)...Posted career-best three home runs (last three ABs) and career-tying six RBI, Sept. 15 vs. Texas...Marked 10th time an Angel hit three HR in game (last time - Dave Wino,eld; April 13, 1991 at Min.)...Posted three multiple-HR games on season (2; Sept.8 at Baltimore)...Connected for second walk-off HR of season and third of career, June 5 vs. Texas...In Baseball America's
2002 "Best Tools"
edition, named among top defensive third basemen and top ino,eld arms in A.L....Underwent off-season surgery, Nov. 8, to have the Morton's Neuroma (nerve) removed from his right foot between his third and fourth toe.
Named MVP of the 2002 Fall Classic after hitting .385 (10/26) with seven runs, three doubles, three home runs and eight
RBI in seven games...His two-run double in the 8th inning of Game 6 of the World Series served as the decisive blow capping Anaheim's comeback to force a Game 7...Glaus' home jersey worn throughout the World Series was sent to the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown...Became the sixth third baseman to be named WS MVP, o,rst since the Yankees' Scott Brosius in 1998...Connected for two-run HR to dead-center at Pac Bell Park in Game 4...Marked seventh HR of the post-season, tying him with Barry Bonds for the most ever in a single post-season (Bonds would o,nish with eight HRs to set a new record)...With two home runs in Game 1 of World Series, became the sixth player to hit a pair of HRs in his o,rst World Series game...11 of his 21 post-season hits went for extra-bases (team-leading .770 slugging pct.)...Also led Anaheim with 15 runs in '02 post-season...Collected leadoff solo home run in eighth inning off JC Romero in Game 3 of ALCS vs. Minnesota, which proved to be game-winner in Anaheim's 2-1 victory...Posted three go-ahead HR in the eighth inning-or-later (ALDS Game 1 & 2 and ALCS Game 3) in post-season, setting a major league record...Batted .313 (5/16) in Division Series vs. New York, leading club with three home runs and 14 total
bases...Posted three solo home runs in o,rst two games of series, becoming Angels all-time leader in post-season home runs...Collected two HR in Game 1 (off Roger Clemens, 6th inn. & Ramiro Mendoza, 8th inn.), becoming o,rst Angel to post a multiple home run game in post-season and seventh ML player to accomplish feat in first post-season appearance.
Began fourth professional season and third full season with Anaheim...Made third consecutive Opening Day start at third base, after six different starters at position in previous seven seasons...Batted .250 (147/588) with 100 runs scored, 38 doubles, two triples, 41 home runs, 108 RBI, 107 walks and 10 stolen bases in 161 games...Set career bests in games, at-bats, doubles, triples, RBI and sacrifice flies (7)...Reached 40 HR plateau for second consecutive season, becoming just fifth third baseman in ML history and second in AL to accomplish feat (Eddie Mathews, 1953-55; Harmon Killebrew, 1969-70; Mike Schmidt, 1979-80 & Vinny Castilla, 1996-98)...Selected to represent Angels (with Troy
Percival) at 2001 All-Star game in Seattle...Replaced Cal Ripken, Jr. at third base in sixth inning and o,nished 0-for-1...Marked
second selection to Mid-Summer Classic (2000)...Also named to The Sporting News
post-season All-Star team...Selected
recipient of Silver Slugger Award as presented by Louisville Slugger...Marked second such honor (2000) becoming o,rst Angel
to receive award twice in club history...Named AL Player of the Week, for Sept. 24-30...Batted AL-high .500 (11-for-22) in six games and also led league with .593 on-base percentage and .955 slugging percentage...Collected four runs, two doubles, a
triple, two home runs, 10 RBI, and one stolen base during week...Marked second selection of career (May 31-June 6, 1999) and
was lone Angel honored in 2001...Totaled 100 runs scored, 100 RBI and 100 walks in a season for second straight campaign...
Became o,rst Angel in club history to accomplish feat in 2000...Home run in third inning, July 21 at Baltimore, was No. 100
of career, marking fastest Angel to reach century mark...Reached 100 career HR in 456 games and 1,629 at-bats, surpassing
Tim Salmon's mark of 465 games and 1,716 at-bats...Registered four multiple home run games (April 5 at Texas, May 9 at
Chicago, July 21 at Baltimore & Sept. 29 vs. Texas) ...Collected o,rst home run of back-to-back-to-back effort, July 26 vs. Tampa
Bay (with Darin Erstad and Garret Anderson)...Connected for o,rst career walk-off home run (2-run) in ninth inning, June 17
vs. Los Angeles...Homered in consecutive games seven times...Posted 100th run scored, Oct. 2 vs. Seattle, becoming just
second Angel to post consecutive 100-run campaigns (Don Baylor, 1978-79)...Collected 108 RBI, becoming fourth Angel with
consecutive 100 RBI campaigns (102 in 2000), joining Garret Anderson...Totaled 107 walks to become o,rst Angel to collect
100 walks in a season twice (112 walks in 2000)...Posted career-best six RBI, Sept. 29 vs. Texas, collecting two home runs, a
double and single...Hit in career-best 10 straight games, Sept. 20-30 (.486, 17/35, 3 HR, 13 RBI)...Totaled 64 games with RBI, 30 multi-RBI efforts...Ranked second on club with 37 clutch RBI, including 30 that put Angels in lead...Posted .953 (19/408) o,elding percentage at third base (159 games, 158 starts) and 1.000 (0/1) mark at shortstop (two games)...Errors at third base dropped from 33 in 2000 to 19...Agreed to terms on four-year contract thru 2004, March 6.
Began third professional season and second full season with Anaheim...Batted .284 (160/563) with 120 runs scored,
37 doubles, one triple, 47 home runs, 102 RBI, 112 walks and 14 stolen bases in 159 games... Selected to represent the Angels
(with Darin Erstad) in the 2000 All-Star game Marked first selection to Mid-Summer Classic and is first Angels' third baseman to
be honored since Doug DeCinces in 1983...Also selected to The Sporting News
and Associated Press All-Star Teams...Selected as
recipient of Silver Slugger Award, presented by Louisville Slugger...Was first Angel to lead or tie for league home run title and first
to lead league outright in club history...Marked fourth third baseman in A.L. in last 50 years to lead league in home runs (last was
Graig Nettles with New York in 1976 - 32 HR)...Along with Anderson, Vaughn and Salmon, became first quartet of teammates in
A.L. history (seventh in ML history) to each collect 30-or-more home runs in a season...Along with Vaughn and Salmon, became
first trio to hit home runs in same inning twice in same game in ML history (April 21 at Tampa Bay)...Established A.L. record
for home runs in season by third baseman with 46 (one came as DH), surpassing Al Rosen of Cleveland (43 in 1953)...Record breaking
44th home run as third baseman (45th overall) came Sept. 28 at Oakland...Connected for 40th home run, Sept. 3 at
Chicago (solo off Matt Ginter; 6th inn.), to establish new club record previously held by Reggie Jackson (39 HR in 1982)...Collected
36th home run of season, Aug. 19 at New York...HR was 193rd of season by Anaheim, establishing club record for single season
(192 in 1996)...Connected for 30th HR of season, July 26 at Texas, becoming fastest Angel to reach plateau in club history (Angels'
102nd game - 100th game played; previously Jim Edmonds, Angels' 112th game - 110th game played)... Became first Angel in club
history to post 100 runs scored, 100 RBI and 100 walks in season...Hit first career grand slam, Aug. 12 vs. New York (off Denny
Neagle)...33 of 47 home runs were solo...Homered in career-best three straight games, July 13-15 and Sept. 28-30...Collected
second home run of back-to-back-to-back effort, June 24 vs. Minnesota (with Anderson and Scott Spiezio)...On front end of backto-
back walkoff home runs, May 14 vs. Texas (with Spiezio)...Posted .933 (33/493) o,elding percentage at third base (156 games,
155 starts) and 1.000 (0/5) mark at shortstop (six games)...Made major league debut at shortstop, May 9 vs. Oakland.
Began second professional season and first full season with Anaheim...Batted .240 (132/551) with 85 runs scored, 29
doubles, 29 home runs, 79 RBI, 71 walks and five stolen bases in 154 games...Named A.L. Player of the Week (May 31 - June 6;
six games), June 7, along with Chicago's Frank Thomas, batting .550 (11/20) with six runs scored, two doubles, three home runs, six RBI and 22 total bases...Was Angels' starting third baseman Opening Night, April 6 vs. Cleveland...Marked first such start of career and seventh third baseman to start in last eight seasons for Angels in season opener...Collected first two multiple-HR games of career, July 9 at Colorado and Aug. 31 at Cleveland...Posted .954 o,elding percentage (19/410) in 153 starts at third base...Underwent arthroscopic surgery on both knees, Oct. 27...Procedure was performed by Dr. Lewis Yocum at Kerlan-Jobe Health South Clinic in Los Angeles.
Completed first professional season, playing at Double-A Midland, Triple-A Vancouver and Anaheim ... Had contract purchased by Completed first professional season, playing at double-A Midland, triple-A Vancouver and Anaheim...Began season at Midland,
batting .309 (58/188) with 51 runs scored, 11 doubles, two triples, 19 home runs and 51 RBI in 50 games...Promoted to Vancouver, May 27, and hit .306 (67/219) with 33 runs scored, 16 doubles, 16 home runs and 42 RBI in 59 games with Canadians...Posted club's
longest hitting streak of season at 19 games (July 5-26; .408, 31/76), collecting eight doubles, nine home runs and 21 RBI during stretch...Named Howe Sportsdata International Minor League Player of the Year...Batted combined .307 (125/407) with 27 doubles, two triples, 35 home runs and 93 RBI in 109 games...Hit safely in first 12 games of professional career, batting .396 (21/53) with 16 runs scored, four doubles, nine home runs and 22 RBI...Collected RBI in first six games (15 RBI) and homered in five straight games, April 3-7 (seven HR)...Hit first grand slam as professional, July 12 vs. Tacoma...Combined o, elding percentage was .929 (24/336) in
106 games at third base (Midland - .925; 11/146 - 48 G & Vancouver - .932; 13/190 - 58 G)...Registered 10 home runs in final 22 games...Had contract purchased by Anaheim, July 30...Batted .218 (36/165) with 19 runs scored, nine doubles, one home run and 23 RBI in 48 games with Angels...Made major league debut, July 31 vs. Boston...Started at third base, finishing 1-for-4 with a double and RBI...Hit and RBI came in first at-bat (second inning) off Bret Saberhagen...Collected first major league home run, Aug. 16 at Toronto (2-run off Chris Carpenter; 7th inn.)...Posted .941 fielding percentage (7/119) in 48 games (45 starts) at third base.