Current Roster

Edgar Corcino
#0

Position: OF
Height: 6' 2"   Weight: 220 lbs
Bats: S
Throws: R

Biography:

2018
Slashed .264/.324/.422/.747 with 40 runs, 78 hits, 18 doubles, four triples, seven home runs, 29 extra-base hits, 39 RBIs, three stolen bases, three hit by pitches and five sacrifice flies in 85 games between the Chattanooga Lookouts (Double-A) of the Southern League and Rochester Red Wings (Triple-A) of the International League
Opened the season with Chattanooga
Slashed .264/.338/.433/.770 with 32 runs, 55 hits, 14 doubles, three triples, five home runs, 22 extra-base hits, 32 RBIs, three stolen bases, three hit by pitches and four sacrifice flies in 56 games with Chattanooga before getting promoted to Rochester on June 21
Slashed .261/.290/.398/.688 with eight runs, 23 hits, four doubles, one triple, two home runs, seven extra-base hits, six RBIs and one sacrifice fly in 29 games with Rochester

2017
Slashed .292/.347/.393/.730 with 56 runs, 134 hits, 20 doubles, two triples, six home runs, 28 extra-base hits, 53 RBIs, four stolen bases,   two hit by pitches and five sacrifice flies in 122 games between Chattanooga and Rochester
Posted a career-high 506 plate appearances, 459 at-bats, and 134 hits between Chattanooga and Rochester
Opened the season with Chattanooga and was named a Southern League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star with Chattanooga
Slashed .302/.361/.399/.760 with 54 runs, 121 hits, 19 doubles, one triple, six home runs, 50 RBIs, four stolen bases, two hit by pitches and five sacrifice flies in 102 games with Chattanooga before getting promoted to Rochester on July 8
Slashed .224/.237/.276/.513 with two runs, 13 hits, one double, one triple and three RBIs in 20 games with Rochester

2016
Slashed .273/.337/.420/.757 with 67 runs, 123 hits, 20 doubles, 11 triples, eight home runs, 39 extra-base hits, 59 RBIs, seven stolen bases, two hit by pitches and one sacrifice fly in 124 games between the Fort Myers Miracle (Class-A, Advanced) of the Florida State League and Chattanooga
Posted a career-high 124 games, 67 runs, 11 triples, 59 RBIs, 42 walks and 189 total bases between Fort Myers and Chattanooga
Opened the season with Fort Myers and was named a Mid-Season Florida State All-Star and the Florida State League Player of the Week for the week ending on May 8
Slashed .266/.340/.419/.760 with 41 runs, 71 hits, 13 doubles, five triples, six home runs, 24 extra-base hits, 32 RBIs, six stolen bases and one hit by pitch in 74 games with Fort Myers before getting promoted to Chattanooga on July 7
Slashed .284/.333/.421/.754 with 26 runs, 52 hits, seven doubles, six triples, two home runs, 15 extra-base hits, 27 RBIs, one stolen base, one hit by pitch and one sacrifice fly in 50 games with Chattanooga

2015
Had his contract purchased by the Minnesota Twins on Jan. 15 from the Rockford Aviators of the Frontier League
Slashed .273/.340/.376/.715 with 38 runs, 90 hits, 16 doubles, three triples, four home runs, 23 extra-base hits, 41 RBIs, nine stolen bases, five sacrifice hits and three sacrifice flies in 84 games with the Cedar Rapids Kernels (Class-A) of the Midwest League

2014
Slashed .302/.351/.456/.806 with 63 runs, 112 hits, 12 doubles, six triples, 11 home runs, 29 extra-base hits, 51 RBIs, 10 stolen bases three hit by pitches and  two sacrifice flies in 95 games with the now defunct Rockford Aviators of the Frontier League
Posted a career-high .302 batting average, .456 slugging percentage, 11 home runs, 39 extra-base hits and 10 stolen bases

2013
Slashed .285/.359/.448/.808 with 46 runs, 94 hits, 18 doubles, six triples, eight home runs, 32 extra-base hits, 43 RBIs, nine stolen bases,  two hit by pitches and three sacrifice flies in 91 games between Rockford and the now defunct El Paso Diablos of the American Association
Posted a career-high .359 on-base percentage and .808 OPS between Rockford and El Paso
Began his Independent Professional Baseball (IPBF) career with El Paso and slashed .232/.313/.384/.696 with 12 runs, 26 hits, five doubles, three triples, two home runs, 10 extra-base hits, 15 RBIs, one hit by pitch and two sacrifice flies in 33 games  before signing with Rockford later in the season
Slashed .312/.384/.482/.865 with 34 runs, 68 hits, 13 doubles, three triples, six home runs, 22 extra-base hits, 28 RBIs, nine stolen bases, one hit by pitch and one sacrifice fly in 58 games with Rockford

2012
Slashed .198/.271/.329/.600 with 31 runs, 44 hits, three doubles, seven triples, four home runs, 14 extra-base hits, 19 RBIs, four stolen bases two hit by pitches, five sacrifice hits and two sacrifice flies in 66 games between the Connecticut Tigers (Class-A, Short Season) of the New York-Penn League, West Michigan Whitecaps (Class-A) of the Midwest League, Lakeland Flying Tigers (Class-A, Advanced) of the Florida State League and the Toledo Mud Hens (Triple-A) of the International League
Opened the season with Lakeland and went 2-for-5 with a double and a home run in two games with the Flying Tigers before getting reassigned to Connecticut on May 7
Slashed .179/.264/.300/.564 with 21 runs, 25 hits, two doubles, six triples, one home run, nine extra-base hits , 12 RBIs and two sacrifice flies in 42 games with Connecticut before getting promoted to West Michigan on June 27
Slashed .219/.278/.342/.621 with nine runs, 16 hits, one double, one triple, two home runs, four extra-base hits, and six RBIs in 19 games with West Michigan before getting promoted to Toledo on Sept. 1
Went 1-for-4 in three games with Toledo

2011
Slashed .208/.298/.339/.637 with 24 runs, 40 hits, 10 doubles, fie home runs, 15 extra-base hits, 16 RBIs, three stolen bases, four hit by pitches and one sacrifice fly in 57 games between the Gulf Coast League Tigers (Rookie Affiliate) and Connecticut
Opened the season with the GCL Tigers and slashed .201/.296/.339/.636 with 23 runs, 35 hits, nine doubles, five home runs, 14 extra-base hits, 15 RBIs, three stolen bases, four hit by pitches and one sacrifice fly in 51 before getting promoted to Connecticut on Aug. 24
Slashed .278/.316/.333/.649 with one run, five hits, one double and one RBI in six games with Connecticut

2010
Slashed .218/.284/.253/.357 with eight runs, 19 hits, three doubles, nine RBIs and two stolen bases in 27 games with GCL Tigers

2009
Selected by the Detroit Tigers in the 26th round of the MLB Draft as a third baseman out of Adolfina Irizarry De Puig High School in Puerto Rico at 17-years-old
Slashed .160/.276/.320/.596 with two runs, four hits, one double, one home run, two extra-base hits and four RBIs in eight games with the GCL Tigers
Went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs on 8/6 in his professional baseball debut vs. the GCL Phillies

Personal
Spent eight seasons in MiLB (four, Detroit Tigers; four Minnesota Twins), reaching Triple-A
Converted to an outfielder in 2015

Catchers

# Name POS
16 Wilfredo Gimenez C

Infielders

# Name POS
0 Josh Anthony IF
0 Gavin Blodgett IF
0 Steven Figueroa IF
0 Thomas Walraven IF
5 Andy DeJesus IF
17 Randy Santiesteban IF
18 Will Savage IF
34 Alex Crosby IF

Outfielders

# Name POS
0 Alex Boxwell OF
0 Edgar Corcino OF
4 John Price Jr. OF
21 Colin Willis OF

Pitchers

# Name POS
0 Jumpei Akanuma P
0 Felix Carvallo P
0 Christian DeLeon P
0 Matt Kostalos P
0 Trevor Lubking P
0 Chris Pennell P
0 Sean Watkins P
0 Duke von Schamann P
0 Jordan Cummings P
22 Lars Liguori P
25 Justin Sinibaldi P
54 Mario Samuel P

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