Sammy Sosa , RF


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Born: 1968-11-12 (53) | Bats: R | Throws: R
Height: 6' 0 | Weight: 225
Born:San Pedro de Macoris, (Dominican Republic) | College:

Pro Debut/Team: 1989-06-16, Texas Rangers






2021 Platoon Splits




CTCBL Career Stats

Year Team Img02 AB R H Img02 2B 3B HR BI Img02 SB CS BB K Img02 AVG OBP SLG Img02 E
1990 Maine Black Flies(SKE) 204 23 56 Img02 10 1 3 19 Img02 2 1 10 51 Img02 .275 .308 .377 Img02 1
1991 Maine Black Flies(SKE) 360 40 62 Img02 13 6 3 29 Img02 23 5 18 114 Img02 .172 .212 .267 Img02 4
1992 Maine Black Flies(SKE) 184 31 45 Img02 2 1 12 22 Img02 13 1 10 57 Img02 .245 .284 .462 Img02 4
1993 New Zealand Poppers(SKE) 233 36 60 Img02 8 1 9 35 Img02 27 5 13 53 Img02 .258 .297 .416 Img02 1
1994 Capistrano Swallows(SKE) 635 101 171 Img02 21 5 43 128 Img02 50 9 34 138 Img02 .269 .306 .521 Img02 5
1995 Capistrano Swallows(SKE) 667 114 212 Img02 33 4 37 143 Img02 58 10 44 158 Img02 .318 .360 .546 Img02 9
1996 Capistrano Swallows(SKE) 653 115 174 Img02 26 3 37 130 Img02 20 8 60 158 Img02 .266 .328 .485 Img02 17
1997 Capistrano Swallows(SKE) 544 102 154 Img02 32 3 49 131 Img02 15 5 30 137 Img02 .283 .328 .623 Img02 7
1998 Capistrano Swallows(SKE) 617 95 144 Img02 30 2 37 92 Img02 25 8 38 145 Img02 .233 .280 .468 Img02 9
1999 Capistrano Swallows(SKE) 657 136 181 Img02 10 3 68 156 Img02 15 1 59 170 Img02 .275 .331 .610 Img02 7
2000 Carroll County Corsairs(SKE) 636 138 179 Img02 31 0 61 156 Img02 7 5 94 151 Img02 .281 .374 .618 Img02 10
2001 Carroll County Corsairs(SKE) 662 118 181 Img02 28 0 55 150 Img02 3 2 76 204 Img02 .273 .349 .565 Img02 1
2002 Staten Island Sandsharks(SKE) 642 145 190 Img02 34 3 60 145 Img02 0 0 96 165 Img02 .296 .392 .639 Img02 4
2003 Staten Island Sandsharks(SKE) 615 126 172 Img02 21 2 58 143 Img02 1 0 85 161 Img02 .280 .367 .603 Img02 14
2004 Maine Black Bears(MBB) 559 110 173 Img02 34 0 38 106 Img02 0 0 76 130 Img02 .309 .395 .574 Img02 6
2005 Maine Black Bears(MBB) 514 71 129 Img02 27 1 32 103 Img02 0 0 65 152 Img02 .251 .334 .494 Img02 2
2006 Maine Black Bears (MBB) 260 27 54 Img02 7 2 10 20 Img02 2 1 21 54 Img02 .208 .265 .365 Img02 1
2008 Lehigh Valley Lugnuts (DTO) 425 51 103 Img02 27 0 27 63 Img02 0 0 44 102 Img02 .242 .321 .496 Img02 11
18 yrs. Career Totals-------> 9,067 1,579 2,440 Img02 394 37 639 1,771 Img02 261 61 873 2,300 Img02 .269 .335 .532 Img02 113
14 yrs. Southboro Killer E's 7,309 1,320 1,981 Img02 299 34 532 1,479 Img02 259 60 667 1,862 Img02 .271 .333 .540 Img02 93
3 yrs. Maine Black Bears 1,333 208 356 Img02 68 3 80 229 Img02 2 1 162 336 Img02 .267 .347 .503 Img02 9
1 yrs. Durham Toros 425 51 103 Img02 27 0 27 63 Img02 0 0 44 102 Img02 .242 .321 .496 Img02 11

CTCBL Transactions


Waiver History

2009-03-29: Released by Durham Toros
Other moves:


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