Victor Enrique Robles...Is married to wife, Kirsy...They have one son, Victor Jr.
Opened the season strong, hitting .304 (7-for-23) with a double, homer, four RBI, two walks and a run scored in his first seven games...Ranked fourth in the National League with nine hit by pitch...Went 3-for-4 including his first home run of the season on July 25 vs. New York (AL)...Hit .326 (15-for-46) with two doubles, a triple, five RBI, four walks against left-handed pitchers...Earned Major League Baseball Play of the Week honors for tracking down a deep fly ball by Alec Bohm and doubling off Jean Segura, Aug. 25 vs. Philadelphia.
In his first full Major League season, Robles finished sixth in National League Rookie of the Year voting...Was one of just three players in Major League Baseball (only rookie) to record at least 33 doubles, 17 home runs and 28 stolen bases this season, joining teammate Trea Turner and Jonathan Villar...He ranked among National League rookies in stolen bases (1st, 28), doubles (2nd, 33), runs (T2nd, 86), extra-base hits (4th, 53), RBI (4th, 65), walks (4th, 35) and homers (8th, 17)...He was fifth in National League with 28 stolen bases, second in Major League Baseball with 25 hit by pitch, the most in a season in Washington history (2005-pres.) and tied for second in MLB with nine bunt hits...Finished the season strong, hitting .280/.352/.409 with 15 doubles, three homers, 19 RBI, 11 stolen bases and 28 runs scored in 51 games from Aug.1 through the end of the season...Hit a game-tying, two-out, two-strike solo home run on April 9 at Philadelphia (Ramos)... Clubbed go-ahead solo homer, May 4 at Philadelphia (Morgan)...Hit his first career Postseason home run in Game 3 of the NLCS, a solo shot off John Brebbia.
Began the season with Triple-A Syracuse...Suffered a hyperextended left elbow on April 10 and did not return to action until July 7...Was recalled by the Nationals on Sept. 4...Appeared in a career-high 21 Major League games...Clubbed his first Major League home run on Sept. 17 at Miami (Richards)...Went 16-for-51 (.314) with three doubles, one triple, three home runs, 10 RBI, two walks, three stolen bases and seven runs scored in 12 Major League starts...Finished the season strong, going 16-for-48 (.333) with seven extra- base hits (3 2B, 3B, 3 HR), 10 RBI and seven runs scored in his last 15 games of the season...In 12 games batting from the leadoff spot, hit .356/.400/.667...Recorderd a career-high four hits on Sept. 26 vs. Miami, going 4-for-5 with a double, home run, a career-high five RBI...Played for Aguilas Cibaeñas of the Dominican Winter League following the season...Hit .265 (26-for-98) with two doubles, one homer, six RBI, 11 walks and 15 runs scored in 25 games.
Hit .300 with 37 doubles, eight triples, 10 HR, 47 RBI, 27 SB and 73 runs scored in 114 games... Ranked among Washington Minor Leaguers in average (4th, .300) and stolen bases (2nd, 27)...Was tied for 11th in MiLB with 37 doubles... Had his contract selected on Sept. 7... Made his MLB debut that night vs. PHI... Tallied first MLB hit on Sept. 10 vs. PHI...Went 5-for-18 (.278) with a double, two triples, four RBI in five Major League starts....Hit .244 (10-for-41) with three homers in 13 games for Mesa of the Arizona Fall League.
Hit .280 with 17 doubles, eight triples, nine home runs, 42 RBI, 32 walks, 37 stolen bases and 75 runs scored in 100 games...His 37 stolen bases ranked third among Nationals farmhands...Following the season, was cited by Baseball America as the No. 3 prospect in the Carolina League.
Led Washington's Minor League system in hitting (.352) while ranking fifth in stolen bases (24)...Posted a .445 OBP and a .507 SLG.
Ranked 10th in the Dominican Summer League with a .484 slugging percentage.