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Chris Clare

Chris Clare SS

Bowie Baysox

  • Status: Released
  • Full Name: Chris Clare
  • Age: 25 (November 24, 1994)
  • Birthplace: Fort Mill, SC
  • Bats/Throws: R/R Ht: 6' 2" Wt: 175
  • Draft: Round 21 (2016, BAL)
  • School: High Point
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Chris Clare Stats Summary

Chris Clare Career Stats

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Team Date Transaction
May 20, 2020 Bowie Baysox released SS Chris Clare.
November 20, 2019 SS Chris Clare assigned to Bowie Baysox from Frederick Keys.
August 13, 2019 SS Chris Clare assigned to Frederick Keys from Bowie Baysox.
July 12, 2019 Bowie Baysox placed SS Chris Clare on the 7-day injured list.
July 8, 2019 SS Chris Clare assigned to Bowie Baysox from Norfolk Tides.
July 4, 2019 SS Chris Clare assigned to Norfolk Tides from Bowie Baysox.
May 10, 2019 Bowie Baysox activated SS Chris Clare from the 7-day injured list.
April 18, 2019 Bowie Baysox placed SS Chris Clare on the 7-day injured list.
March 31, 2019 SS Chris Clare assigned to Bowie Baysox from Frederick Keys.
June 21, 2018 SS Chris Clare assigned to Frederick Keys from Bowie Baysox.
June 19, 2018 SS Chris Clare assigned to Bowie Baysox from Frederick Keys.
March 30, 2018 SS Chris Clare assigned to Frederick Keys from Norfolk Tides.
March 25, 2018 SS Chris Clare assigned to Norfolk Tides from Frederick Keys.
July 20, 2017 SS Chris Clare assigned to Frederick Keys from Delmarva Shorebirds.
April 2, 2017 SS Chris Clare assigned to Delmarva Shorebirds from Aberdeen IronBirds.
June 21, 2016 Baltimore Orioles signed SS Chris Clare.
June 21, 2016 SS Chris Clare assigned to Aberdeen IronBirds.
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Chris Clare Awards and Honors

Chris Clare  SS

Chris Clare
  • Full Name: Chris Clare
  • Born: November 24, 1994
  • Age: 25
  • Birthplace: Fort Mill, SC
  • Bats: R
  • Throws: R
  • Height: 6' 2"
  • Weight: 175
  • Draft: Round 21 (2016, BAL)
  • School: High Point

2019
♦ Split the year between Class-A Frederick (18 games), Double-A Bowie (36 games) and Norfolk (two games), combining to hit .194 with one home run, six doubles and 11 RBI. 
♦ Opened the year with Bowie, where he hit safely in seven of his first nine contests.
♦ Had two stints on Bowie's Injured List: 4/18 - 5/10 and 7/12 - 8/13.
♦ Totaled a .406 on-base percentage vs left-handed pitchers at Bowie.
♦ Made his Triple-A debut with the Tides on 7/5 in his hometown of Charlotte (pinch-runner).
♦ Hit a game-tying, two-run homer in his first Triple-A at-bat on 7/6 at Charlotte, becoming the first Norfolk player to homer in his Triple-A debut since Garabez Rosa on 4/12/15.  
♦ Assigned to Frederick on 8/13 and spent the remainder of the season with the Keys, where he hit .231 with five RBI and a .344 on-base percentage over 18 games. 
♦ Led Frederick with a .377 OBP in August (minimum 10 games).
♦ Registered seven hits over a five-game hitting streak, 8/24 - 8/28. 


2018 
♦ Played most of the season at Class-A Frederick, where he hit .224 with five home runs, 35 RBI and a .335 on-base percentage over 120 games. 
♦ Ranked among qualified Frederick leaders in OBP (1st, .335), walks (1st, 60), stolen bases (T-2nd, 5), slugging (4th, .329) and OPS (4th, .665).
♦ Registered 20 multi-hit games, including six different three-hit contests. 
♦ Tied his career-high with three RBI, 5/5 at Wilmington and 5/22 vs. Salem. 
♦ Batted .307 with two home runs, 11 RBI and a .419 OBP over 27 games in May. 
♦ Hit .300 (33-110) with 12 RBI and a .408 OBP against Carolina League left-handers. 


2017
♦ Split the year between Class-A Delmarva and Class-A Frederick, combining to hit .247 with four home runs, 15 doubles and 47 RBI over 124 games. 
♦ Named a South Atlantic League Midseason All-Star. Prior to the All-Star break, he ranked among Delmarva leaders in OBP (1st, .359), average (.253) and RBI (4th, 37). 
♦ Ranked second among Orioles minor leaguers with 59 walks for the season. 
♦ Set a career-high with five hits (all singles), 4/17 vs. Greensboro. Just one day later, set a career-best by scoring four runs - also vs. Greensboro. 
♦ Joined Frederick on 7/20 and spent the remainder of the season there, batting .260 with two home runs and nine RBI over the final 42 games of the year. 
♦ Hit .344 (11-32) with a homer, three RBI and a .405 OBP in 12 games in July for Frederick.
♦ Batted .292 with a .392 OBP in 21 home contests with Frederick. 


2016
♦ Spent first pro season at Class-A Aberdeen, hitting .242 with two home runs and 14 RBI.
♦ Began a nine-game hitting streak in his second professional game, which stands as his longest professional hitting streak. Hit safely in 13 of 14 games from 6/22-7/10.
♦ Hit first professional home run at Lowell on 7/1.
♦ Ranked among Aberdeen leaders in OBP (3rd, .344), walks (T-3rd, 20) and hits (5th, 20). 

 

PERSONAL
♦ Selected by Baltimore in the 21st round of the 2016 draft.
♦ Attended High Point University, where he hit .345 with five home runs and 78 RBI in three seasons. Named first-team All-Big South his junior year, batting .345 with two home runs and 27 RBI that season. Just the fourth player since High Point became NCAA Division 1 to have a 20+ game hit streak (21 games). 
♦ Fellow High Point University alumni include former Cleveland Indians pitcher Cody Allen and 2018 Daytona 500 winner Austin Dillon.
♦ Graduated from Charlotte Catholic High School (NC). Was a two-year letter winner while hitting .393 with 31 RBI as a senior. Named honorable mention All-Atlantic Region by Perfect Game in 2013. Fellow Charlotte Catholic alumni include White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney and XFL running back Elijah Hood.