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Shane Robinson (baseball)

Shane Robinson
Robinson with the St. Louis Cardinals
Minnesota Twins
Born: (1984-10-30) October 30, 1984
Tampa, Florida
Bats: Right Throws: Right
MLB debut
May 7, 2009 for the St. Louis Cardinals
Career statistics
(through May 29, 2014)
Batting average .237
Home runs 5
Runs batted in 35
Hits 89
Career highlights and awards

Shane Robinson (born October 30, 1984) is an American professional baseball outfielder who is currently signed with the Minnesota Twins.

College career

Robinson started all 68 games for the Florida State Seminoles in center field as a freshman, while batting .280. As a sophomore, he led the team with a .427 batting average, 96 runs, 122 hits, 25 doubles, .605 slugging %, .532 on base % and 49 stolen bases. He also set a school record by having a 40 game hitting streak. His breakout effort earned him the 2005 Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Year, the first Seminole to win the award since J.D. Drew in 1997. He was also named's ACC Player of the Year and was a candidate for every National Player of the Year honor. His numbers declined as a junior but he still put together a solid season by leading the Seminoles with a .361 average, 97 hits, 79 runs and 32 stolen bases.

Professional career

St. Louis Cardinals

Robinson was drafted by the Cardinals in the fifth round of the 2006 Major League Baseball Draft out of Florida State University. He collected his first hit during his first game on June 22 against the Peoria Chiefs while hitting safely in his first six games, going 12-for-28 (.429) with two doubles and two RBIs. He compiled a 21-game hitting streak from July 2–26, batting .372 (32-for-86) with a triple, three doubles, nine RBIs and 17 runs scored. He hit .286 and scored 36 runs in 48 games out of the leadoff spot.

In 2007, he began the season with Class A Advanced Palm Beach County in the Florida State League and stole a career-high 14 bases and hit .364 (8-for-22) with a home run and six runs scored during a six-game hitting streak from April 10–15. He batted .294 (15-for-51) with a .379 on-base percentage in 14 games in May before heading to the disabled list with a broken foot. On August 20 he began a rehab assignment with the Gulf Coast League Cardinals and collected two hits against the GCL Mets on Aug. 21. He hit safely in all four games with Palm Beach County upon his return from the GCL. In 2008 he hit .352 with four homers, 46 runs scored, 32 RBIs and 13 steals in 63 games with Double-A Springfield of the Texas League. On June 22 he was promoted to triple-A Memphis and finished the season hitting .220 with 10 RBIs and 10 runs scored in 42 games. On May 7, 2009 he had his contract purchased from Triple-A Memphis after Rick Ankiel was placed on the disabled list. He made his major league debut that day.[1]

Robinson was released by the Cardinals on November 19, 2014.[2]

Minnesota Twins

Robinson signed a minor league deal with the Minnesota Twins on December 5, 2014.

Personal life

Robinson and his wife, Jessica, have a daughter, Tinley. [3][4]


  1. ^ Ankiel placed on DL in wake of collision: Outfielder out with shoulder contusion; Robinson called up
  2. ^ "Cardinals add Cody Stanley to 40-man roster". Associated Press. November 19, 2014. Retrieved November 20, 2014. 
  3. ^ Jenifer Langosch, "Cards' new dads praise hard work of mothers",, May 11, 2012
  4. ^ B.J. Rains, "Robinson is back, but without his bags", Fox Sports Midwest, May 15, 2012

External links

  • Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or The Baseball Cube, or Baseball-Reference (Minors)
  • Florida State Seminoles bio

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