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Felix Pie

29-Year-Old Outfielder – Free Agent

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Pie has played in parts of five seasons for three different franchises since making his debut with the Cubs as a 22-year-old in 2007. His skillset might best be described as Quadruple-A. The speedy ou...

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LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: NO   BATS: L   THROWS: L   HT: 6' 2"   WT: 185   DOB: 2/8/1985   BORN: La Romana, DR   COLLEGE: None   DRAFTED: No   Show ContractHide Contract

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Felix Pie Contract Information:

Signed a contract with Hanwha of the KBO in December of 2013.

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Felix Pie Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G PA AB R H XBH 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO SH SF HBP AVG OBP SLG OPS
2004 19 A DAY 110 487 431 79 128 36 18 10 8 47 32 18 39 116 7 5 5 .297 .358 .441 .799
2005 20 AA WES 59 262 240 41 73 33 17 5 11 25 13 9 16 53 1 3 2 .304 .349 .554 .903
2006 21 AAA IOW 141 623 559 78 158 56 33 8 15 57 17 11 46 126 10 3 5 .283 .341 .451 .792
2007 22 AAA IOW 55 250 229 51 83 23 9 5 9 43 9 6 19 40 1 1 0 .362 .410 .563 .973
2007 22 MAJ CHN 87 194 177 26 38 14 9 3 2 20 8 1 14 43 2 1 0 .215 .271 .333 .604
2008 23 R AZL 1 4 3 3 2 1 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 .667 .750 1.667 2.417
2008 23 AAA IOW 85 368 335 57 96 35 20 5 10 55 11 7 23 54 5 2 3 .287 .336 .466 .802
2008 23 MAJ CHN 43 93 83 9 20 4 2 1 1 10 3 0 7 29 0 1 2 .241 .312 .325 .637
2009 24 MAJ BAL 101 281 252 38 67 22 10 3 9 29 1 3 24 58 2 3 0 .266 .326 .437 .763
2010 25 R GUL 2 8 8 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .125 .125 .125 .250
2010 25 A FRE 3 14 12 3 5 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 .417 .500 .417 .917
2010 25 AA BOW 6 27 23 2 8 3 2 1 0 1 1 0 3 4 0 0 1 .348 .444 .522 .966
2010 25 MAJ BAL 82 308 288 39 79 25 15 5 5 31 5 2 13 52 3 3 1 .274 .305 .413 .718
2011 26 AAA NOR 7 27 24 6 6 3 2 1 0 1 3 0 3 4 0 0 0 .250 .333 .417 .750
2011 26 MAJ BAL 85 175 164 15 36 9 8 1 0 7 3 2 10 32 1 0 0 .220 .264 .280 .544
2012 27 AAA GWI 96 364 333 39 95 39 26 7 6 51 16 0 23 46 0 3 5 .285 .338 .459 .797
2013 28 AAA IND 105 396 354 53 89 29 17 4 8 40 38 9 37 83 2 1 2 .251 .325 .390 .715
2013 28 MAJ PIT 27 31 29 5 4 1 1 0 0 2 1 2 2 13 0 0 0 .138 .194 .172 .366
3-Year Averages     56 102 96 10 20 4 4 0 0 4 2 2 6 22 0 0 0 .208 .255 .250 .505
Career  (View All)     425 1,082 993 132 244 75 45 13 17 99 21 10 70 227 8 8 3 .246 .295 .369 .664

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Felix Pie: MLB Games Played By Position

Year C 1B 2B 3B SS OF LF CF RF DH
2013 19 13 5 1
2011 73 67 6 3 3
2010 77 70 9 2
2009 83 44 41 3

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Felix Pie Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

Vs. Left

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
201350000.000.000.000

Vs. Right

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2013245021.167.208.439

Home

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
201391020.222.333.556

Away

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2013204001.100.100.282
Felix Pie Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm PA AB Walk Rate Strikeout Rate BB/K Ratio Contact Rate BABIP Isolated Power
2004 19 A DAY 487 431 8% 23.8% 0.34 73% .391 .144
2005 20 AA WES 262 240 6.1% 20.2% 0.30 78% .352 .250
2006 21 AAA IOW 623 559 7.4% 20.2% 0.37 77% .342 .168
2007 22 AAA IOW 250 229 7.6% 16% 0.48 83% .411 .201
2007 22 MAJ CHN 194 177 7.2% 22.2% 0.33 76% .273 .118
2008 23 R AZL 4 3 25% 0% 0.00 100% .500 1.000
2008 23 AAA IOW 368 335 6.3% 14.7% 0.43 84% .317 .179
2008 23 MAJ CHN 93 83 7.5% 31.2% 0.24 65% .358 .084
2009 24 MAJ BAL 281 252 8.5% 20.6% 0.41 77% .314 .171
2010 25 R GUL 8 8 0% 25% 0.00 75% .167 .000
2010 25 A FRE 14 12 14.3% 7.1% 2.00 92% .455 .000
2010 25 AA BOW 27 23 11.1% 14.8% 0.75 83% .421 .174
2010 25 MAJ BAL 308 288 4.2% 16.9% 0.25 82% .320 .139
2011 26 AAA NOR 27 24 11.1% 14.8% 0.75 83% .300 .167
2011 26 MAJ BAL 175 164 5.7% 18.3% 0.31 80% .273 .060
2012 27 AAA GWI 364 333 6.3% 12.6% 0.50 86% .317 .174
2013 28 AAA IND 396 354 9.3% 21% 0.45 77% .308 .139
2013 28 MAJ PIT 31 29 6.5% 41.9% 0.15 55% .250 .034
3-Year Averages     102 96 5.9% 21.6% 0.27 77% .270 .042
Career     1,082 993 6.5% 21% 0.31 77% .303 .123

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Felix Pie: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Pie became a free agent after refusing an assignment to the minors.

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Pie went 1-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in his 2013 debut for Pittsburgh on Wednesday.

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Pie has been recalled from Triple-A Indianapolis and is starting in left field Wednesday, MLB.com's Tom Singer reports.

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Pie has played well for the Pirates in spring training, batting .357 (5-for-14) with a double, triple, homer and five RBI.

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Pie agreed to a minor league deal with the Pirates on Monday, the Baltimore Sun reports.

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Pie went 2-for-3 with three runs scored, a walk, a double, a home run and two RBI against Triple-A Charlotte on Saturday.

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Pie was signed by the Braves on Saturday and assigned to Triple-A Gwinnett, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

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The Indians have released Pie, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports.

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Pie (neck) returned to the lineup Wednesday for the first time since leaving Sunday's game.

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Pie (neck) had no issues while taking batting practice Tuesday, the Indians' official Twitter feed reports.

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Pie (neck) worked out and might play in the team's Cactus League game against Rangers on Tuesday, Jordan Bastien of MLB.com reports.

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2012

Pie continued to struggle at the major league level, posting a mere .544 OPS in 85 games with the Orioles in 2011. His power has simply never developed and his glove is only good enough for a corner outfield spot. The Indians signed him to a minor league deal in December and are giving him an opportunity to compete for an Opening Day roster spot during spring training, but it seems unlikely that he'll ever approach the expectations from his days as a top prospect for the Cubs.

2011

Last year was supposed to be a critical season in Pie's development, but a significant shoulder injury in April lost half of his season. When he returned, Pie stagnated at the plate, walking just 13 times in 288 at-bats. The comparisons to Corey Patterson remain pertinent, though Pie hasn't yet hit for the same power that Patterson once displayed. Pie entered 2010 competing with Nolan Reimold for at-bats, and chances are he'll be doing the same at the start of the 2011 season.

2010

After a terrible start to the season, Pie lost his job to Nolan Reimold. Just when it seemed it was the end of the line, injuries forced Pie back into an everyday role. He had a very impressive August only to sizzle once again in September. There is no doubt that Reimold, Adam Jones and Nick Markakis will be the starting trio in the outfield, but the Orioles already know they have a chance to get production out of Pie as a fourth outfielder. His production will depend almost entirely on injuries, but there is little to get excited about unless you get him off the wire as a potential cheap source of steals.

2009

The Cubs' former top prospect won the center field job in spring training due to lack of competition and promptly played himself out of it, with poor contact skills, no plate discipline and little power. Pie's still just 24, but at this point he's all tools and no skills (at least offensively), and his confidence probably isn't sky high, either. At press time, Pie's name surfaced in trade rumors, and he's far from untouchable now that much of the shine has faded from his star.

2008

Pie raked in 229 Triple-A at-bats last year, but the Cubs top prospect and center fielder of the future struggled after his callup, failing to hit for average or power while displaying his trademark poor plate discipline. Pie's got all the tools, and his mastery of the high minors since age 20 gives him a high ceiling in the long term. But it's unclear whether he's ready to hold down the team's starting center field job just yet. At press time, the Cubs have no one else -- Angel Pagan and Sam Fuld are the only other center fielders on the roster -- so it looks like we're going to find out.

2007

A tremendous athlete considered by many to be the Cubs best prospect, Pie had a decent enough season for a 21-year-old at Triple-A in 2006, hitting for serviceable average, drawing some walks and even showing a little pop. His problem is that he has poor instincts in the field and on the bases—though Pie can fly, he was caught 11 times in 28 attempts. He also strikes out far too much. On the bright side, the Cubs don't have a long-term solution in center field at press time, and that means Pie should be in the big leagues at some point this season.

2006

The best athlete and top prospect in the Cubs organization, Pie would have seen a July call-up had he not suffered a bone bruise in his ankle. To that point, the then 20-year old Pie had hit Double-A pitching for average and even a fair amount of pop. Pie can fly, but his poor base running instincts result in too many caught-stealings, and his plate discipline needs work. With Juan Pierre in the mix for this season, expect Pie to start the year in the high minors and get called up at some point during the year.

2005

After an encouraging campaign at low Single-A in 2003, Pie went .297/.358/.441 at high Single-A last season, which for a 19-year-old isn't too shabby. That said, his talent is still on the raw side. Despite his speed, he has yet to develop base-stealing instincts, resulting in 18 CS in 50 attempts, and he needs to improve his plate discipline as he moves to higher levels. Expect a good test at Double-A in 2005. If he does well, he could make his first appearance in the majors sometime in 2006.

2004

At just 18 years of age, Pie went .285/.346/.388 at Low-A last season in 505 at-bats while drawing 41 walks against 98 strikeouts. Pie has excellent speed, but has yet to develop base-stealing instincts as evidenced by his 13 caught-stealings in 32 stolen base attempts. Pie has excellent range in center field, and his plate discipline and on-base skills are impressive for his age. He projects as a prototypical leadoff hitter who can hit for a good average, draw a walk and steal a base, but he isn't likely to develop much power. Expect Pie to spend 2004 in High-A.

2003

Pie began his career in the Arizona League (rookie ball) in 2002 as a 17-year old. In 218 at-bats he hit .321 with a .569 slugging percentage, led the league in triples (13), and stole 17 bases. Quite a feat for someone in his third year of organized baseball. Scouts are already making comparisons to Vladimir Guerrero, and he's the youngest player on Baseball America's Top 100 list for 2003. One of the most athletic players in the minors, he's a legitimate five-tool prospect with an enormous upside. He will begin the season in Low-A with the Lansing Lugnuts and his arrival to the majors should be sometime in 2006.