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University of Miami Athletics
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Harold Martinez

position

Infield

Height

6-3

Weight

200 lbs.

Class

Freshman

Hometown

Miami, Fla.

High School

Braddock Senior HS

▪ 2010 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Preseason Team
▪ 2010 Louisville Slugger Preseason Third Team All-American

Junior (2011)…
2011 Preseason All-ACC Team… 2011 Louisville Slugger Preseason Third Team All-American… Had his power numbers slip during his junior year… Moved from third base to first base prior to the first base prior to the start of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) season against Virginia Tech… Ended the year fourth on the team in batting average, collecting a .301 average on a team second-best tying 63 hits… Slugged .392, adding eight doubles, three home runs and his first career triple… Second on the team with 38 RBI… Played and started in 59-of-61 games during the year… Batted .327 in league play – using 4 hits, 12 runs and 20 RBI in 104 at-bats… Swiped seven bases in eight attempts… Fielded at .966, using 320 putouts and 81 assists… Finished the year claiming hits in nine of his last 10 games… Had a career-high tying 4-for-6 outing in the first game of a doubleheader at Boston College (April 3)… Scored four times in the game against the Eagles… Registered a triple in the ACC Tournament against Virginia (May 27)… Career-high tying two steals at Maryland (April 17)… Powered up for home runs against Rutgers (Feb. 20), Barry (April 13) and Bethune-Cookman (April 20)… Went 4-for-7 in the first two games of the ACC Tournament against North Carolina (May 26) – going 2-for-3 with two runs – and Virginia (May 27) – going 2-for-4 with a run scored… Drove in a season-high four runs on a 2-for-2 outing at the plate against Virginia Tech (March 13)… Drove in three runs twice – versus Barry and Florida Gulf Coast (March 23)…

Sophomore (2010)…
Did not play the final game of the NCAA Gainesville Super Regional due to injury… Spent the 2010 summer rehabilitating from postseason surgery… The team’s homerun leader and homerun champion at the end-of-year banquet… Played and started in 62 games for the Hurricanes – the majority of those games coming at third base… Finished the year batting .295 with a team third-best 71 hits, team-high 69 RBI, team-high 21 homers, 10 doubles and 48 runs scored… Carried a slugging percentage of .598 on the campaign… Drew 30 walks at the plate… Gained five steals in seven attempts… Had 114 assists and 35 putouts from his third base position… One of the most consistent third basemen in the Atlantic Coast Conference in fielding and batting… Had a season-high tying 3-for-6 performance with two RBI, scoring twice, a double and a homer… Collected a career-best 10-game hit streak stretching from Mar. 6 (vs. Florida) through Mar. 20 (at Duke)… Began the year with a 2-for-3 outing against Rutgers (Feb. 19) in the season-opener, finishing with two home runs, two runs scored, four RBI and a walk… Went 3-of-4 at the plate, including a homer and a double, adding three RBI and two runs against Duke (Mar. 20)… Stamped back-to-back games with a homer against Wake Forest (Apr. 3-4), finishing the weekend series against the Demon Deacons sporting a .300 average with three hits, three runs and three RBI… Finished 2-for-5 with three RBI, two scores and a home run versus Dartmouth (June 4) in the NCAA Coral Gables Regional… Had another 2-for-5 effort the following day against Texas A&M (June 5) with a run… Had three RBI against Texas A&M (June 7), adding a double, in the NCAA Coral Gables Regional championship game… Turned in a four-hit effort with two home runs and four RBI in the North Carolina series (Apr. 16-18) in Coral Gables…

Freshman (2009)…
Led team in at-bats (233) and ranked second in RBI (47)… One of three players to play and start in all 60 games… Tied for third on the team in homers (9)… Hit .347 (26-for-75) in his first 20 collegiate games… Started 46 games at third base, 13 at first and one at DH… Hit .281 with six homers and 22 RBI in 30 ACC games… Tied for the team-high with 14 multiple RBI games… Hit .583 with 3 HR, 6 RBI and 5 runs scored vs. FSU (4/3-5)… Recorded his first career two-homer game in win over FSU on April 5… Hit .391 in February (9-for-23), .259 in March (21-for-81), .343 in April (23-for-67) and .172 in May (10-for-58)…

High School/Prep…
Played for Manny Fernandez at Braddock High School… Hit .410 with eight HR and 27 RBI as a first-team all-county senior… Led his team to a district championship in both 2008 and 2006… USA Junior National Team and USA Youth National Team member… Hit .500 with three homers and 23 RBI as a junior…

Personal…
Drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 19th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft… Son of Alexis and Ivon Martinez… Has a younger sister, Ellen… Majoring in Sociology with a Minor in Sports Administration…

MARTINEZ’S INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS
AB: _______ 6 (three times)
Runs: _____ 4 (three times)
Hits: ______ 4 (three times)
RBI: ______ 5 vs. Florida State (4/5/2009)
2B: _______ 2 vs. Florida State (4/3/2009)
3B: _______ 1 vs. Virginia (5/27/11)
HR: ______ 2 vs. Rutgers (2/19/2010)
__________ 2 vs. Florida State (4/5/2009)
Hit Streak: _ 10 games (3/6-3/20/2010)