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Starlin Castro

Starlin DeJesus Castro (born March 24, 1990) is a Dominican professional baseball infielder who is a free agent. He has played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Chicago Cubs, New York Yankees, Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals. Castro is a four-time MLB All-Star and holds the record for most runs batted in in an MLB debut. In 2011, he led the National League in hits, becoming the youngest player to do so.

Starlin Castro
Castro with the Washington Nationals in 2021
Free agent
Infielder
Born: (1990-03-24)March 24, 1990 (age 31)
Monte Cristi, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
MLB debut
May 7, 2010, for the Chicago Cubs
MLB statistics
(through 2021 season)
Batting average.280
Hits1,722
Home runs138
Runs batted in677
Teams
Career highlights and awards

Contents

Minor leagues

In 2009, Castro was named to the Florida State League All-Star team, and won MVP honors, going 4-for-4 with an inside-the-park home run in the game. He was also named All-Star Futures Game for the World Team. After the season, Castro was named the best prospect in Chicago's organization by Baseball America.

Castro with the Chicago Cubs in 2010

Chicago Cubs

2010

Castro was called up to the majors on May 7, 2010, from the Tennessee Smokies, the Cubs Double-A affiliate. He became the first major league player born in the 1990s.

In his first major league at-bat, he hit a three-run home run off Homer Bailey of the Cincinnati Reds. He became the sixth player in Cubs history and 106th player overall to hit a home run in his first MLB at-bat. Later in the game he hit a triple with the bases loaded, setting the record for most runs batted in (RBIs) in a major league debut with six. He finished the game two for five in the Cubs' 14–7 win. Castro finished the season with a .300/.347/.408 line with three home runs and 41 RBIs in 463 at-bats over 125 games. Despite his significant offensive contribution, Castro led the team and was second in the National League in errors with 27.

On October 19, 2010, Castro was named the shortstop on Baseball America's 2010 All-Rookie Team. He was also named the shortstop on the 2010 Topps Major League Rookie All-Star Team. He finished tied for fifth in Rookie of the Year voting.

2011: All-Star season

2011 was Castro's first full season as an MLB player, and also marked his first All-Star Game selection, as he was one of three shortstops selected to the National League All-Star team. Castro was the youngest Chicago Cub player to make an All-Star team. Castro stole two bases in the All-Star Game despite having only one plate appearance, tying him for the most stolen bases in a single All-Star Game. The same day, Castro received Edward Jones Player of the Month Award honors. Castro was the National League Player of the Week twice during the 2011 season.

On September 23, 2011, Castro got his 200th base hit of the season, at Busch Stadium against the rival St. Louis Cardinals, and was the youngest member of the Cubs to ever do so.

Castro was the youngest player to ever lead the National League in hits, achieving the feat with his 207th hit of the season on September 28, 2011. Castro's game jersey was sent to the Hall of Fame, in a similar manner to his MLB debut's game jersey. His line for the 2011 season was .307/.341/.432, and it was the first season in which he hit double digit home runs (10). Overall, Castro finished the 2011 season with a .307 batting average, 10 home runs and 66 RBI. His 207 base hits and 674 at-bats both led the National League.

On defense, he led all major league shortstops in errors, with 29. He also had the lowest fielding percentage (.961).

2012: All-Star season

Castro was selected to the National League All-Star team along with teammate Bryan LaHair. Castro finished the 2012 season playing all 162 games with a .283 average, 14 homers, and 78 RBI. He was caught stealing 13 times which led the MLB. He also led the National League again with 646 at-bats. In August, Castro and the Cubs agreed to a contract extension through the 2019 season with a team option for 2020, with total guaranteed compensation of $60 million.

2013

Castro had his worst year ending with a career low batting average of .245. He hit 10 home runs and had 44 RBIs, nine steals, and 2 triples while playing in 161 games.

2014: All-Star season

Castro playing for the Chicago Cubs in 2014

After a disappointing 2013, Castro was selected to appear in his third All-Star game along with teammate Anthony Rizzo in 2014. Unfortunately, Castro's All-Star year came to an early end when he was injured on September 2 when he awkwardly slid into home plate in a game against the Milwaukee Brewers. He did not return for the balance of the year and finished with a strong batting average of .292 with 14 home runs, 65 RBI's, 4 stolen bases, 33 doubles and 1 triple in 528 at bats.

Castro was the top hitting shortstop (for batting average) in the National League ahead of the Dodgers' Hanley Ramírez. On defense, he had only 15 errors and a fielding percentage of .973.

2015

During a game on April 20, 2015, against the Pirates in Pittsburgh, Castro hit a ball that went foul behind home plate and struck a fan in her head. The game was delayed for 23 minutes until the fan was escorted on a stretcher and hospitalized due to a concussion.

Come the trade deadline, there was much speculation of a trade involving Castro. Potential deals might have involved him going to the Phillies or the Padres. Amid the speculation, Castro was told by manager Joe Maddon that he would not be traded.

In August, Castro was benched by Cubs manager Joe Maddon due to poor performance, including a career low .236 batting average. With rookie Addison Russell taking over as the everyday shortstop, Castro made the switch to second base on August 12. On September 18, in an important game against the division leading Cardinals, Castro hit two home runs and matched his career high with six RBIs to lead the Cubs to an 8–3 win.

New York Yankees

Starlin Castro with the New York Yankees on September 5, 2017

On December 8, 2015, Castro was traded to the New York Yankees in exchange for pitcher Adam Warren and a player to be named later. On December 15, 2015, Brendan Ryan was also traded to the Cubs to finalize the transaction.

On April 6, 2016, Castro had 5 RBI in a win over the Houston Astros, and he broke the franchise record for most RBI in the first two career games with the Yankees with 7, and the fourth player to get 7 RBI in the first two games in a season. On April 9, Castro recorded his 1000th career hit, in a win over the Detroit Tigers. On June 22, Castro hit his first ever walk-off home run in a 9–8 win over the Rockies. Castro finished the season with a .270 batting average and a career high 21 home runs and 70 RBI.

On April 28, 2017, Castro hit a game tying 2-run home run in the 9th inning of an eventual 14–11 Yankees comeback win against the Baltimore Orioles. On June 27, he was placed on the 10-day disabled list due to a hamstring injury. On July 22, he was again placed on the 10-day disabled list due to the same hamstring problem. Castro finished 2017 with a .300 batting average with 16 home runs and 63 RBI in 112 games played.

Miami Marlins

Castro with the Marlins in 2018

On December 11, 2017, Castro was traded to the Miami Marlins (along with Jorge Guzmán and José Devers) in exchange for outfielder Giancarlo Stanton and cash considerations. He finished his first season with the Marlins with a .278 batting average and 12 home runs and 54 RBI.

Castro entered 2019 as a prominent trade candidate for the Marlins, but he struggled offensively throughout the first half of the season and did not attract much interest prior to the July 31 trade deadline. He transitioned from second base to third base in early August when the team promoted prospect Isan Díaz from the minor leagues. Castro's performance improved late in the season and he finished with a .270 batting average and set new career highs with 22 home runs and 86 RBI. He was one of only five MLB players in 2019 to play the full 162-game schedule.

On October 31, 2019, the Marlins declined their 2020 option on him and made him a free agent.

Washington Nationals

The Washington Nationals signed Castro to a two-year contract reportedly valued at $12 million on January 7, 2020. On July 23, 2020, Castro was the starting second baseman, making his Nationals debut on Opening Day against his former team, the New York Yankees. In an August 14 game against the Baltimore Orioles, Castro suffered a broken wrist attempting to make a diving play in the sixth inning. On August 22, it was announced that Castro had undergone surgery on the wrist and would miss the remainder of the year. On the season, Castro slashed .267/.302/.405 with 2 home runs and 4 RBI.

On June 15, 2021, Castro was placed on the restricted list after leaving the team to deal with a “family matter which requires his immediate attention”.

Castro was released by the Nationals on September 2, 2021, shortly after the conclusion of his 30-game suspension for violating the MLB domestic violence policy.

On July 16, 2021, Major League Baseball announced it had begun an investigation into domestic violence allegations that had been brought against Castro, and he was placed on administrative leave. On July 30, Castro was suspended 30 games without pay and fined an undisclosed amount for violation of the league’s joint domestic violence policy. The Nationals announced shortly afterward that they would be releasing Castro after his suspension was served.

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Starlin Castro Language Watch Edit Starlin DeJesus Castro born March 24 1990 is a Dominican professional baseball infielder who is a free agent He has played in Major League Baseball MLB for the Chicago Cubs New York Yankees Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals Castro is a four time MLB All Star and holds the record for most runs batted in in an MLB debut In 2011 he led the National League in hits becoming the youngest player to do so Starlin CastroCastro with the Washington Nationals in 2021Free agentInfielderBorn 1990 03 24 March 24 1990 age 31 Monte Cristi Dominican RepublicBats RightThrows RightMLB debutMay 7 2010 for the Chicago CubsMLB statistics through 2021 season Batting average 280Hits1 722Home runs138Runs batted in677TeamsChicago Cubs 2010 2015 New York Yankees 2016 2017 Miami Marlins 2018 2019 Washington Nationals 2020 2021 Career highlights and awards4 All Star 2011 2012 2014 2017 NL base hits leader 2011 Hit a home run in first major league at bat Contents 1 Professional career 1 1 Minor leagues 1 2 Chicago Cubs 1 2 1 2010 1 2 2 2011 All Star season 1 2 3 2012 All Star season 1 2 4 2013 1 2 5 2014 All Star season 1 2 6 2015 1 3 New York Yankees 1 4 Miami Marlins 1 5 Washington Nationals 2 Legal issues 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksProfessional career EditMinor leagues Edit In 2009 Castro was named to the Florida State League All Star team and won MVP honors going 4 for 4 with an inside the park home run in the game 1 He was also named All Star Futures Game for the World Team After the season Castro was named the best prospect in Chicago s organization by Baseball America 2 Castro with the Chicago Cubs in 2010 Chicago Cubs Edit 2010 Edit Castro was called up to the majors on May 7 2010 from the Tennessee Smokies the Cubs Double A affiliate 3 He became the first major league player born in the 1990s 4 In his first major league at bat he hit a three run home run off Homer Bailey of the Cincinnati Reds He became the sixth player in Cubs history and 106th player overall to hit a home run in his first MLB at bat Later in the game he hit a triple with the bases loaded setting the record for most runs batted in RBIs in a major league debut with six He finished the game two for five in the Cubs 14 7 win 5 Castro finished the season with a 300 347 408 line with three home runs and 41 RBIs in 463 at bats over 125 games Despite his significant offensive contribution Castro led the team and was second in the National League in errors with 27 On October 19 2010 Castro was named the shortstop on Baseball America s 2010 All Rookie Team 6 He was also named the shortstop on the 2010 Topps Major League Rookie All Star Team 7 He finished tied for fifth in Rookie of the Year voting 8 2011 All Star season Edit 2011 was Castro s first full season as an MLB player and also marked his first All Star Game selection as he was one of three shortstops selected to the National League All Star team Castro was the youngest Chicago Cub player to make an All Star team 9 Castro stole two bases in the All Star Game despite having only one plate appearance tying him for the most stolen bases in a single All Star Game 10 The same day Castro received Edward Jones Player of the Month Award honors Castro was the National League Player of the Week twice during the 2011 season 11 On September 23 2011 Castro got his 200th base hit of the season at Busch Stadium against the rival St Louis Cardinals and was the youngest member of the Cubs to ever do so 12 Castro was the youngest player to ever lead the National League in hits achieving the feat with his 207th hit of the season on September 28 2011 12 Castro s game jersey was sent to the Hall of Fame in a similar manner to his MLB debut s game jersey His line for the 2011 season was 307 341 432 and it was the first season in which he hit double digit home runs 10 Overall Castro finished the 2011 season with a 307 batting average 10 home runs and 66 RBI His 207 base hits and 674 at bats both led the National League On defense he led all major league shortstops in errors with 29 He also had the lowest fielding percentage 961 13 2012 All Star season Edit Castro was selected to the National League All Star team along with teammate Bryan LaHair Castro finished the 2012 season playing all 162 games with a 283 average 14 homers and 78 RBI He was caught stealing 13 times which led the MLB He also led the National League again with 646 at bats In August Castro and the Cubs agreed to a contract extension through the 2019 season with a team option for 2020 with total guaranteed compensation of 60 million 14 2013 Edit Castro had his worst year ending with a career low batting average of 245 He hit 10 home runs and had 44 RBIs nine steals and 2 triples while playing in 161 games 15 2014 All Star season Edit Castro playing for the Chicago Cubs in 2014 After a disappointing 2013 Castro was selected to appear in his third All Star game along with teammate Anthony Rizzo in 2014 Unfortunately Castro s All Star year came to an early end when he was injured on September 2 when he awkwardly slid into home plate in a game against the Milwaukee Brewers He did not return for the balance of the year and finished with a strong batting average of 292 with 14 home runs 65 RBI s 4 stolen bases 33 doubles and 1 triple in 528 at bats 16 Castro was the top hitting shortstop for batting average in the National League ahead of the Dodgers Hanley Ramirez 17 On defense he had only 15 errors and a fielding percentage of 973 2015 Edit During a game on April 20 2015 against the Pirates in Pittsburgh Castro hit a ball that went foul behind home plate and struck a fan in her head The game was delayed for 23 minutes until the fan was escorted on a stretcher and hospitalized due to a concussion 18 Come the trade deadline there was much speculation of a trade involving Castro Potential deals might have involved him going to the Phillies 19 or the Padres 20 Amid the speculation Castro was told by manager Joe Maddon that he would not be traded 21 In August Castro was benched by Cubs manager Joe Maddon due to poor performance including a career low 236 batting average 22 With rookie Addison Russell taking over as the everyday shortstop Castro made the switch to second base on August 12 23 24 25 On September 18 in an important game against the division leading Cardinals Castro hit two home runs and matched his career high with six RBIs to lead the Cubs to an 8 3 win New York Yankees Edit Starlin Castro with the New York Yankees on September 5 2017 On December 8 2015 Castro was traded to the New York Yankees in exchange for pitcher Adam Warren and a player to be named later On December 15 2015 Brendan Ryan was also traded to the Cubs to finalize the transaction 26 On April 6 2016 Castro had 5 RBI in a win over the Houston Astros and he broke the franchise record for most RBI in the first two career games with the Yankees with 7 and the fourth player to get 7 RBI in the first two games in a season 27 On April 9 Castro recorded his 1000th career hit in a win over the Detroit Tigers On June 22 Castro hit his first ever walk off home run in a 9 8 win over the Rockies Castro finished the season with a 270 batting average and a career high 21 home runs and 70 RBI On April 28 2017 Castro hit a game tying 2 run home run in the 9th inning of an eventual 14 11 Yankees comeback win against the Baltimore Orioles On June 27 he was placed on the 10 day disabled list due to a hamstring injury 28 On July 22 he was again placed on the 10 day disabled list due to the same hamstring problem 29 Castro finished 2017 with a 300 batting average with 16 home runs and 63 RBI in 112 games played Miami Marlins Edit Castro with the Marlins in 2018 On December 11 2017 Castro was traded to the Miami Marlins along with Jorge Guzman and Jose Devers in exchange for outfielder Giancarlo Stanton and cash considerations 30 He finished his first season with the Marlins with a 278 batting average and 12 home runs and 54 RBI Castro entered 2019 as a prominent trade candidate for the Marlins but he struggled offensively throughout the first half of the season and did not attract much interest prior to the July 31 trade deadline He transitioned from second base to third base in early August when the team promoted prospect Isan Diaz from the minor leagues Castro s performance improved late in the season and he finished with a 270 batting average and set new career highs with 22 home runs and 86 RBI 31 He was one of only five MLB players in 2019 to play the full 162 game schedule 32 On October 31 2019 the Marlins declined their 2020 option on him and made him a free agent 33 Washington Nationals Edit The Washington Nationals signed Castro to a two year contract reportedly valued at 12 million on January 7 2020 34 On July 23 2020 Castro was the starting second baseman making his Nationals debut on Opening Day against his former team the New York Yankees In an August 14 game against the Baltimore Orioles Castro suffered a broken wrist attempting to make a diving play in the sixth inning On August 22 it was announced that Castro had undergone surgery on the wrist and would miss the remainder of the year 35 On the season Castro slashed 267 302 405 with 2 home runs and 4 RBI 36 On June 15 2021 Castro was placed on the restricted list after leaving the team to deal with a family matter which requires his immediate attention 37 Castro was released by the Nationals on September 2 2021 shortly after the conclusion of his 30 game suspension for violating the MLB domestic violence policy 38 Legal issues EditOn July 16 2021 Major League Baseball announced it had begun an investigation into domestic violence allegations that had been brought against Castro and he was placed on administrative leave 39 On July 30 Castro was suspended 30 games without pay and fined an undisclosed amount for violation of the league s joint domestic violence policy The Nationals announced shortly afterward that they would be releasing Castro after his suspension was served 40 See also EditList of players with a home run in first major league at batReferences Edit Muskat Carrie December 4 2009 Top prospects may make impact soon MLB com Archived from the original on November 7 2012 Retrieved June 6 2010 Callis Jim November 16 2009 Chicago Cubs top 10 prospects Baseball America Archived from the original on May 10 2010 Retrieved June 6 2010 Muskat Carrie May 7 2010 Cubs call up top young shortstop Castro MLB com Major League Baseball Advanced Media Archived from the original on May 10 2010 Retrieved June 6 2010 Boeck Scott May 8 2010 Jamie Moyer Just doing my job Starlin Castro s stellar debut USA Today Retrieved June 6 2010 Castro homers drives in six to carry Cubs past Reds ESPN com Associated Press May 7 2010 Archived from the original on May 10 2010 Retrieved June 6 2010 Eddy Matt October 19 2010 Future Big League Stars Highlight All Rookie Team Baseball America Archived from the original on October 25 2010 Retrieved October 21 2010 Thesier Kelly November 29 2010 Valencia awarded with rookie honor MLB com Archived from the original on December 8 2010 Retrieved December 11 2010 Starlin Castro Finishes 5th In ROY Voting Cubbies Crib November 15 2010 Retrieved August 16 2021 Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro named to National League All Star team MLB com July 3 2011 Archived from the original on November 7 2012 All Star Leaders Baseball Reference com Sports Reference LLC Retrieved July 17 2017 MLB Players of the Week Baseball Reference com Archived from the original on August 8 2014 Retrieved August 4 2014 a b Levine Bruce September 29 2011 Cubs Castro youngest player to lead NL in hits ESPN com Retrieved August 16 2021 2014 Regular Season MLB Baseball ss Fielding Statistics Major League Baseball ESPN Archived from the original on July 14 2014 Rojas Enrique Source Chicago Cubs Starlin Castro agrees to seven year 60 million extension ESPN com Retrieved April 10 2019 Starlin Castro Statistics and History Baseball Reference com Archived from the original on July 21 2014 Player Updates MLB com Retrieved September 27 2014 Muskat Carrie Injury makes for frustrating end to Castro s season MLB com Archived from the original on December 5 2014 Retrieved September 28 2014 Rogers Jessie April 21 2015 Foul ball hits fan during Cubs Pirates game espn go com ESPN Retrieved April 22 2015 Cubs Rumors Chicago may include Starlin Castro in a Cole Hamels trade FanSided July 24 2015 Retrieved December 9 2015 Jeff Todd Cubs Padres Talked Castro Cubs Not In On Shields MLB Trade Rumors Retrieved December 9 2015 Chicago Tribune July 29 2015 Joe Maddon tells Starlin Castro he won t be traded chicagotribune com Retrieved December 9 2015 Skribina Paul August 8 2015 Starlin Castro says he understands Cubs decision to bench him Retrieved July 11 2015 Starlin Castro of Chicago Cubs shifts to second base ESPN com August 12 2015 Retrieved December 9 2015 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