Jarrett Parker, Outfield, San Francisco Giants
Date of Birth: 1/1/1989
Birthplace: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
College: University of Virginia
Jarrett Parker, outfielder for the San Francisco Giants, was drafted by the Giants in 2010. He played in the Giants' minor league system from 2011 through most of 2015. In 628 games, he batted .261 with 578 hits, 114 doubles, 84 home runs, 93 stolen bases, 327 RBIs, and 770 strikeouts to 320 walks. Defensively, he played 109 games in left field, 123 games in center field, and 368 games in right field.
Parker joined the Giants for 21 games in 2015. On September 26th, he made Giants' history by becoming the first Giants' rookie to hit three home runs in a single game. He was the first Giants' player since Willie Mays in 1961 to have three home runs and seven RBIs in one game. In his 21 games, he batted .347 with 17 hits, including 2 doubles, 6 home runs, and 14 RBIs.
In 2016, Parker batted .267 in 63 games with the Giants. Defensively, he played 17 games in left field, 1 games in center field, and 21 games in right field.