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Quinn Stewart #23
Lousiana State University

Out ofLouisiana State
05 ClassJunior
H/W  B/T6-1/200 ; R/R
Born8/28/83
HomeDallas, TX

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PRESSBOX

  • 3/6/8: Rays Review: Quinn Stewart "Rays farm director Mitch Lukevics describes him as “a big strong kid with whack in his bat and athleticism.” In his first full season, he had a 20-20 year, hitting .258 with 21 homers and 21 steals in 112 games at Class A Columbus last year, posting a .466 slugging percentage but striking out 122 times. But he also hit .471 in the playoffs to help lead the Catfish to the Sally League title."

  • "Outfielder Quinn Stewart also started his pro career when he signed a contract with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays on May 29, the same day LSU was left out of the NCAA regional.  "When we didn't make a regional, Tampa Bay was the highest bidder, so I went with them," Stewart said. "It was good to hear from Coach Laval, he wished me the best."  As a fifth-year college senior, Stewart was eligible to sign a free-agent deal with the team of his choice. The Rowlett, Texas, native led the SEC in home runs with 23 in 2006. A first-team all-SEC selection, he batted .287 with nine doubles, three triples and a team-best 56 RBI. Stewart left Friday to begin his pro career with the New York Hudson Valley Renegades." By Brennan David The Daily Reveille

  • Tigers' Stewart Seeing the Light “I guess I found a love for the game again,” the senior outfielder said. “I got a chance to get away, go have fun, get some confidence back and just play. That’s really all it was. Last year took a toll, struggling as much as I did. "

  • 4/25/6: In Focus: Quite a Ride for Baseball’s Stewart

  • 4/21/6: Quinn Stewart Enjoying newfound power surge - ".. he left for the Alaska Baseball League, a collegiate wooden-bat league much like the Cape Cod League. It’s an experience (LSU coach) Laval credits for Stewart’s development and baseball maturity"

  • 1/31/6: Dermot Cole Goldpanner Shoutout - "MIGHTY QUINN: Last summer one of the stars of the Alaska Goldpanners was Quinn Stewart of LSU Tigers. In a recent article in the Baton Rouge Advocate, Stewart said that summer in Fairbanks was like the movie "Groundhog Day," in which the same day is repeated over and over again. "You wake up, go to the field, come home, take a nap, get up, go to the field, play a game, go hang out, get something to eat, go to sleep, get up and do the same thing over and over," he said. He said he'd like to visit Fairbanks in the winter, to see what it's like "when it's dark all the time."

Powerful hitter that has made significant contributions for the Tigers, starting 70 games during his career ... started 37 games in 2003 (36 at DH, one in LF) and, after redshirting in 2004, started 33 games in 2005 (24 in LF, seven at DH, two in RF) ... a strong contender for a starting outfield position this season.

2005 SEASON
Played in 44 games with 33 starts (24 in LF, seven at DH, two in RF) ... batted .250 (29-for-116) with seven doubles, two triples, three homers, 13 RBI and 19 runs ... 3-for-7 in NCAA Baton Rouge Regional with one double, one homer, two RBI and one run ... 3-for-4 with a double, a homer, two RBI and one run in regional win over Marist (June 3) ... lined a double in SEC Tournament game vs. Tennessee (May 26) ... a total of four hits in his nine postseason at-bats with two doubles, one homer, two RBI and one run ... solo homer at Arkansas (April 22) in the sixth inning tied game at 7-7, capping an LSU comeback from a 6-0 deficit as the Tigers posted a 10-7 win ... 3-for-5 vs. Northwestern State (April 12) with one double, one triple and three runs scored ... productive three-game weekend vs. Arizona State and Western Illinois (March 11-13), batting .333 (4-for-12) with three runs, five RBI and one homer.

2003 SEASON
Played in 44 games (36 starts), batting .297 (43-for-145) with nine doubles, one triple, seven homers, 30 RBI and 26 runs ... hit .333 (18-for-54) in SEC regular-season games with one double, one triple, two homers, 13 RBI and nine runs ... unloaded a homer and drove in four runs in the Tigers' College World Series game versus South Carolina (June 15) ... 1-for-1 in the NCAA Super Regional final game versus Baylor with one double, one RBI and one run scored ... did not play in the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional due to a sprained left ankle ... doubled and drove in two runs in the SEC Tournament ... launched LSU's first pinch-hit homer of the season, a three-run blast versus Auburn (May 10) ... first career LSU homer versus Kansas (Feb. 14) to go along with two doubles in that contest ... collected three hits and scored a run versus Florida (March 16).

JUNIOR COLLEGE
Batted .420 in 2002 for Odessa (Texas) JC with 21 doubles, two triples, 18 homers, 74 RBI and a .903 slugging percentage ... earned third-team all-American and first-team all-region recognition.

HIGH SCHOOL
Product of Dallas Christian High School in Mesquite, Texas ... recipient of the NAACP Academic Excellence Award ... also played wide receiver for the football team.

PERSONAL
Full name is William Terrell Stewart ... parents are William and Paula Stewart ... has two siblings, Nicole and Trevone ... credits his father with having the greatest influence upon his athletic career ... majoring in general studies at LSU ... born August 28, 1983.

Stewart's LSU Career Highs
At-Bats: 6 at Tulane (3/11/03)
Hits:  3 (four times; most recently vs. Marist (6/3/05)
Runs Scored: 3 vs. Northwestern State (4/12/05)
Doubles: 2 vs. Kansas (2/14/03)
Triples: 1 (three times; most recently vs. Northwestern State (4/12/05)
Home Runs: 1 (several times; most recently vs. Marist (6/3/05)
RBI:  4 vs. South Carolina (6/15/03)
Stolen Bases: 1 (three times; most recently vs. Ole Miss (4/17/05)

 


 

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