Current Roster

Evan Marzilli
#19

Position: OF
Height: 6' 0"   Weight: 189 lbs
College Experience: University of South Carolina
Bats: L
Throws: L

Biography:

2018
Went 2-for-10 with a run in eight games with Arizona Diamondbacks in MLB Spring Training
Placed on the Disabled List to begin the MiLB season
Slashed .244/.352/.357/.709 with 31 runs, 41 hits, nine doubles, two triples, two home runs, 17 RBIs, five stolen bases and two hit by pitches in 56 games between the Arizona League Diamondbacks (Rookie Affiliate), Reno Aces (Triple-A Affiliate) of the Pacific Coast League and the Jackson Generals (Double-A) of the Southern League
Went 3-for-7 with two runs, a double, two RBIs and a stolen base in three games on a rehab assignment with AZL Diamondbacks before getting assigned to Reno
Slashed .260/.345/.382/.726 with 23 runs, 34 hits, six doubles, two triples, two home runs, 15 RBIs and a stolen base in 43 games with Reno before getting reassigned to Jackson
Went 4-for-30 with six runs, two doubles and three stolen bases in 10 games with the Generals

2017
Went 5-for-24 with two runs, one triple, two RBIs and one stolen base with Arizona in MLB Spring Training before getting assigned to Jackson
Slashed .256/.366/.381/.747 with 68 runs, 103 hits, 15 doubles, seven triples, seven home runs, 35 RBIs, 16 stolen bases and three hit by pitches in 127 games between Reno and Jackson
Posted a career-high 68 runs, 16 stolen bases and 69 walks between the two affiliates
Slashed .253/.370/.372/.742 with 54 runs, 75 hits, 10 doubles, five triples, five home runs, 17 RBIs and 15 stolen bases in 95 games with the Generals before getting promoted to Reno on July 31
Slashed .264/.355/.406/.760 with 14 runs, 28 hits, five doubles, two triples, two home runs, 18 RBIs and one stolen base in 32 games with Reno

2016
Slashed a career-best .353/.389/.676/1.065 with five runs, 12 hits, four doubles, two triples, one home run, nine RBIs, and one stolen base in 25 games with the Arizona Diamondbacks in MLB Spring Training
Slashed .227/.345/.308/.653 with 62 runs, 93 hits, 18 doubles, six triples, one home run, 28 RBIs, 14 stolen bases and nine hit by pitches in 123 games between Reno and the Mobile BayBears (Double-A Affiliate) of the Southern
Posted a career-high nine hit by pitches between the two affiliates
Slashed .209/.312/.343/.655 with 11 runs, 14 hits, five doubles, triples, one RBI and three stolen bases in 21 games with Reno before getting reassigned to Mobile on June 2
Slashed .231/.351/.301/.653 with 51 runs, 79 hits, 13 doubles, four triples, one home run, 11 stolen bases and nine hit by pitches in 102 games with the BayBears

2015
Went 0-for-16 with three runs and a walk in 23 games with the Arizona Diamondbacks in MLB Spring Training before getting placed on the Disabled List to begin the MiLB season
Slashed .276/.374/.374/.748 with 26 runs, 48 hits, six doubles, four triples, one home run, 11 RBIs, 10 stolen bases and one hit by pitch in 49 games between the Arizona League Diamondbacks, Reno Aces and the Mobile BayBears
Opened the MiLB Season on a rehab assignment with the AZL Diamondbacks and slashed .409/.552/.500/ with five runs, nine hits, a triple, an RBI and three stolen bases in eight games before getting assigned to Reno
Slashed .300/.300/.400/.700 with four runs, nine hits, one double, one triple, two RBIs and a stolen base in nine games with Reno before returning to the Disabled List
Made another rehab assignment with the AZL Diamondbacks before getting assigned to Mobile to finish out the year
Slashed .246/.354/.344/.698 with 17 runs, 30 hits, five doubles, two triples, one home run, eight RBIs and six stolen bases in 32 games with Mobile

2014
Went 2-for-9 with a run, sacrifice fly and two RBIs in eight games with the Arizona Diamondbacks in MLB Spring Training
Slashed .245/.341/.381/.720 with 63 runs, 113 hits, 20 doubles, nine triples, eight home runs, 53 RBIs, 15 stolen bases, eight hit by pitches and four sacrifice flies in 133 games between the Visalia Rawhide (Class-A Advanced) of the California League and Mobile
Posted a career-high 537 plate appearances, 461 at-bats, nine triples, eight home runs, 37 extra-base hits, 53 RBIs and 175 total bases between the two affiliates
Returned to Visalia for the second straight season and slashed .244/.360/.409/.769 with 30 runs, eight doubles, three triples, five home runs, 18 RBIs and seven stolen bases in 52 games before getting promoted to Mobile on June 2
Slashed .246/.328/.361/.690 with 33 runs, 70 hits, 12 doubles, six triples, three home runs, 35 RBIs and eight stolen bases in 81 games with Mobile
Invited to the Arizona Fall League and slashed .303/.376/.382/.758 with 15 runs, 23 hits, one double, one triple, one home run, nine RBIs and seven stolen bases in 25 games with the Salt River Rafters

2013
Appeared in MLB Spring Training for the first time in his career with the Arizona Diamondbacks and went 1-for-10 with two stolen bases and a walk in nine games
Slashed .250/.342/.346/.687 with 67 runs, 115 hits, 27 doubles, four triples, three home runs, 50 RBIs, 14 stolen bases, six hit by pitches, nine sacrifice hits and two sacrifice flies in 136 games with Visalia
Posted a career-high 136 games, 115 hits, 27 doubles and nine sacrifice hits

2012
Selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the eighth round of the MLB Draft out of the University of South Carolina as a junior
Slashed a career-best 332/.403/.389/.791 with 40 runs, 70 hits, 10 doubles, one triple, 15 RBIs, six stolen bases and four hit by pitches in 51 games in his first season of professional baseball with the Missoula Osprey (Rookie Affiliate) of the Pioneer League
Went 1-for-1 in his professional baseball debut on 7/3 vs. the Billings Mustangs
Hit safely in the first 10 games of his pro career and reached base safely in the first 15 games

Personal
Won back-to-back State Championships as a junior and senior in 2008 and 2009 at Bishop Hendricken in Rhode Island
Named to the All-State Team as a junior and senior in 2008 & 2009
Named a Louisville Slugger Pre-Season All-American, rated the No. 1 High School Player in the state of Rhode Island, per Perfect Game and rated the No. 9 prospect in the lower New England Region, per Baseball America for the MLB Draft as a senior in 2009
Was a three-year started at South Carolina from 2010-12 and won back-to-back National Championships as a freshman and sophomore from 2010-11
Named to the College World Series All Tournament Team the SEC All-Freshman Team and the NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team after slashing .385/.508/.571/1.079 with 30 runs, 35 hits, eight doubles, three home runs, 11 extra-base hits, 12 RBIs, eight stolen bases and eight hit by pitches in 63 games s a freshman in 2010 at South Carolina
Slashed .292/.439/.400.839 with 14 runs, 19 hits, two doubles, one triple, one home run, four RBIs and 12 stolen bases in 19 games with the Laconia Muskrats of the New England Summer Collegiate Baseball League in 2010
Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll and tied a school record with nine consecutive hits after slashing .291/.375/.414/.789 with 39 runs, 64 hits, 14 doubles, two triples, three home runs, 19 extra-base hits, 31 RBIs, six stolen bases, 10 sacrifice hits and two sacrifice flies in 65 games as a sophomore at South Carolina in 2011
Slashed .159/.326/.174/.500 with 12 runs, 11 hits, one double, one RBI, two stolen bases, one hit by pitch and one sacrifice hit in 20 games with the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod Summer Collegiate League in 2010
Named to College World Series All-Tournament Team, the SEC All-Defensive Team, the SEC Academic Honor Roll and the NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team after slashing .284/365/.288/.753 with 51 runs, 76 hits, 14 doubles, four triples, two home runs, 20 extra-base hits, 32 RBIs, 13 stolen bases, nine hit by pitches, eight sacrifice hits and eight sacrifice flies as a junior at South Carolina in 2011
Tied the South Carolina single-season record with eight sacrifice flies in 2011
Son of Steven and Karen Marzilli

 

Catchers

# Name POS
16 Wilfredo Gimenez C
29 Danny De La Calle C

Infielders

# Name POS
2 Marcus Mooney IF
5 Andy DeJesus IF
7 Tom Walraven IF
10 Morgan Blatnik IF
17 Randy Santiesteban IF
18 Will Savage IF

Outfielders

# Name POS
1 John Price Jr. OF
8 Sean Guida OF
19 Evan Marzilli OF
20 Zach Welz OF
21 Colin Willis OF

Pitchers

# Name POS
22 Lars Liguori P
28 Kaleb Fontenot P
33 Sandy Lugo P
37 Trevor Lubking P
39 Justin Sinibaldi P
44 Robbie Coursel P
47 Christian DeLeon P
54 Felix Carvallo P
61 Jumpei Akanuma P

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