Brad Stockton
21
OF
6-1, 188
L/L
Marietta, Ga.
(Lassiter HS)

2003: Released by Texas at conclusion of Spring Training.

2002: Began season in extended spring training while recovering from hernia surgery....assigned to Class A Savannah 4/26....homered in first start of the season 4/27 vs. Charleston, W.Va.

2001: Tied single-game school-record with two triples vs. Oakland 2/27....posted 16-game hitting streak (.407, 24-for-59) from 3/9 to 4/13....hit .423 in Tech victories....received Faculty Honors by posting 4.0 GPA Spring Semester....also named to ACC Academic Honor Roll for 2000-2001....drafted in 22nd round by Texas Rangers and assigned to Class A Pulaski (Appalachian League) to begin professional career....tied for league-lead with 18 doubles while earning All-Star honors....promoted to Class A Savannah 8/29 following conclusion of Appalachian League season.

2000: Assumed role as everyday right-fielder....emerged from early season slump to finish campaign with .342 mark....went 9-for-18 in ACC Tournament and 7-for-15 with one home run and six RBI while earning All-Tournament honors during NCAA Atlanta Regional....played for Orleans Cardinals in the Cape Cod League.

1999: Primary starter in right field, one of the most consistent hitters in the Jackets' lineup....Tech's top hitter vs. the ACC during season (.346-3-12)....Went 2-for-11 with three RBI in the ACC Tournament....The only Tech player to hit safely in all three Tech games against Florida State....Named co-ACC Player of the Week for the week of March 22-28, in which he went 7-for-16 with two home runs and seven RBI....Hit safely in 18 of 19 games between March 10 and April 11 (26-for-62), including a 10-game hitting streak....Had a career high four hits (4-for-6) at Mercer on May 11 and also scored three times....Went 6-for-9 with six RBI vs. Maryland March 26-28; 4-for-6 in three games vs. N.C. State (March 12-14) and 5-for-14 in three games at Virginia (April 2-4)....Went 3-for-5 with a home run and three RBI vs. Rutgers on March 5....Reached base safely in 50 of the 56 games in which he played....Drew three walks in a game on five different occasions and ranked third on Tech's squad with 31....Hit .333 (9-for-27) against left-handers as a sophomore after generally sitting against lefties as freshman....Once again spent summer with Cotuit in the Cape Cod League.

1998: Saw significant playing time in the outfield, platooning primarily in right field, and starting against right-handed pitching....Started 34 of his 47 games....Had a grand slam to spark a Tech comeback in the rubber game of the Miami series on April 26, which Tech lost 9-8....Overall, drove in six runs and scored four in the Miami series....Compiled separate hitting streaks of seven and nine games during the season....Homered and drove in four in Tech's 19-6 pounding of Georgia Southern on March 24....Helped Cotuit to the Cape Cod League championship during the summer.

High School: Selected as the Georgia Player of the Year in 1997....Honorable mention USA Today All-America....Won MVP while playing for Team Georgia in the Sunbelt Classic during the summer of 1997....Compiled 15 hits and 14 RBI during the Sunbelt Classic....Set school records for home runs (15), RBI (49), and runs scored (49)....Three-time letter winner at Lassiter High School in Marietta for coach Mick McMurtry....Had a .441 batting average during his senior season....A Georgia Coaches Association all-state selection in 1997....Team was AAAA state runner-up in 1995 and 1997....Named All-Cobb County by the Marietta Daily Journal in 1997 after receiving honorable mention status in the same area in 1996....Honor roll student....Member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Bradley Thomas Stockton....Born July 28, 1979....Son of Terry and Martha Stockton....Enjoys golf and fishing....Majoring in management.

Georgia Tech Statistics
Year    G-GS     AB   R   H   Avg.  2B  3B  HR   RBI   BB   SO  SB-A   Fld%
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1998    47-34   129  25  32  .248    4   1   5    23   15   27   4-4   .957
1999    56-48   181  47  60  .331   16   0   5    26   31   32   5-6   .967
2000    65-59   225  63  77  .342   22   4   7    39   33   41   3-3   .959
2001    52-42   162  42  56  .346   10   5   7    44   27   33   1-2   .967 
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Career 220-183  697 177 225  .323   52  10  24   132  106  133  13-15  .962 


Professional Statistics
Year  Team       Avg.   G   AB   R   H   2B  3B  HR   RBI   BB   SO  SB-A 
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2001  Pulaski   .259   64  232  43  60   18   4   7    41   40   67   3-6  
      Savannah  .154    4   13   1   2    0   0   1     4    2    1   0-0
2002  Savannah  .230   90  243  25  56   13   2   1    31   41   69   4-6