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Mark Kiger


Position: INF

Resides:San Diego, CA
FA, 2007

2002 : Made his professional debut with Vancouver in the Northwest Lerague.... batted .244 in 66 games... 2003 : Spent first full professional season at Modesto (A) in the California League...led the league in walks (77), ranked 3rd in doubles (38) and 4th in runs scored (95)...batted .281 in 131 games... 2004 : Spent most of the season at Midland (AA) in the Texas League... ranked 2nd in walks (78) and hit .263 with 24 doubles and 47 RBI... 2005 : Played the entire season at Midland, batting .267 with 31 doubles, 5 home runs and 45 RBI... ranked 4th in the Texas League in walks (68) and 5th in doubles... 2006 : Split the season between Sacramento (AAA) and Midland...made his Major League debut on Oct.13, 2006 as a defensive replacement in Game 2 of the ALCS...selected from Midland prior to the ALCSS to replace injured INF Mark Ellis...batted a combined .276 with a career-high 9 home runs and 34 RBI in 119 games at Sacramento and Midlan...hit .336 against left-handed pitching and.254 against right-handers...hit in every spot in the order, but saw his most action batting leadoff where he hit.302 in 66 games... appeared in games at every positions except pitcher and catcher...made 54 apperances at 3B, 36 at SS, 23 at2B, 2 each in CF and RF and one each at 1B and LF...started the season Sacramento and transferred to Midland on June 29...season-high 29 season-high 12- game hitting streak July 18-29...recorded 5 consecutive multi- hit games from Aug. 20-25 to start an 11-game hitting streak...appeared in 3 post-season games for Midland and went 1-for-8 with 6 walks...signed with the New York Mets as a minor league free agent on Jan.5, 2007. 2007 : Split the season between Binghamton (AA) and New Orleans (AAA) in the New York Mets organization...combined for a career-high 11 home runs...batted .312 with 27 doubles, 4 triples, 10 home runs and 50 RBI in 114 games at Binghamton...led the Eastern League in on-base percentage, 3rd in batting average (.312) and 5th in walks (75)...named to the post-season Eastern LEague All-Star team...also chosen by Baseball America as the league's top defensive third baseman and was a member of the North squad in the 2007 Eastern League All-Star game...recorded a pair of 9-game hitting streaks, May 8-16 and July7-17...batted .356 vs. left-handed pitching compartd to .296 vs.righties...hit .388 with 16 RBI in 24 games in July...saw action at 5 different positions (1B, 2B, 3B, SS, LF)...had two different stints with New Orleans in the Pacific Coast League...combined to bat .121 with one double, one home run and 2 RBI for the Zephyrs...declared a minor lague free agent on Oct. 29, 2007.
# Name Pos
7 Shawn Kelley RHP
27 Jason Mackintosh LHP
28 Justin Thomas LHP
30 Craig James RHP
36 Travis Chick RHP
40 Doug Fister RHP
41 Denny Stark RHP
44 Marwin Vega RHP
45 Roman Martinez RHP
46 Rich Dorman RHP
48 Brodie Downs RHP
54 Mumba Rivera RHP
# Name Pos
3 Mark Kiger INF
7 Shawn Garrett INF
11 Marshall Hubbard INF
12 Manelik Pimentel INF
15 Ronnie Prettyman INF
18 Luis Valbuena INF
19 Jeffery Dominguez INF
21 Johan Limonta INF
31 Matt Mangini INF
# Name Pos
4 Kevin Reynolds OF
16 Jon Nelson OF
20 Mike Saunders OF
50 Mike Wilson OF
55 Brent Johnson OF
# Name Pos
9 Adam Moore C
25 Luis Oliveros C
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Scott Steinmann MGR
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Phil Plantier C
Pitching Coach
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Scott Budner PC
Athletic Trainer
# Name Pos
Jeremy Clipperton AT
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