Wes Darvill

#10 WES DARVILL – IF
Height: 6-2 Weight: 190
Bats: Left Throws: Right
Born: Richmond, British Columbia
Resides: Langley, British Columbia
High School: Brookswood Secondary School (Langley, British Columbia)
Draft: 5th – CHC – 2009
Born: 9/10/91 Opening Night Age: 28
Classification: VETERAN

Career Highlights: 12th season of professional baseball and fourth overall with the Goldeyes…re-signed by the Goldeyes on 12/14/19…contract purchased by the Los Angeles Dodgers on 1/17/18…originally signed by the Goldeyes on 2/18/16…member of the Goldeyes’ 2016 and 2017 American Association championship teams…member of the Canadian National Team…career .253 hitter with 26 home runs and 322 RBI in 897 games played…423 career runs scored with 135 doubles, 28 triples, 137 stolen bases, and 319 walks…career 78 percent stolen base percentage…has averaged 77 runs scored, 25 doubles, 59 RBI, 25 stolen bases, and 58 walks per 162 games as a professional…career .946 fielding percentage at third base (387 games), .945 at shortstop (247 games), and .970 at second base (170 games)…2017 and 2019 American Association All-Star…won five professional championships in a six-year span (2013, 2015-18)…ranks first in American Association history with a 94 percent stolen base percentage (minimum 50 stolen base attempts)…drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the fifth round in 2009…played in the Arizona Fall League for the Mesa Solar Sox in 2013, scoring four runs with five RBI in 11 games…attended Major League spring training with the Cubs five consecutive years from 2011-15…combined 6-for-19 (.316) in 20 Major League spring training games…played for Team Canada during the 2019 Pan-Am Games qualifier in Brazil and again during the 2019 Pan-Am Games in Lima, Peru…represented Team Canada at the 2019 Premier12 Olympic qualifying tournament…member of the 2009 Canadian Junior National Team…played junior baseball for the British Columbia Premier Baseball League’s (BCPBL) Langley Blaze…attended Brookswood Secondary School in Langley, British Columbia…full name is Wesley William Darvill

2019
Winnipeg (American Association/Ind.): Hit .317 with seven home runs and 34 RBI in 88 games for the Goldeyes…66 runs scored with 21 doubles, two triples, 26 stolen bases, and 36 walks…had a .379 on-base percentage and a .449 slugging percentage…voted starting shortstop for the North Division in the American Association All-Star Game…finished ninth in the American Association in batting average, tied for 15th in runs scored, second in stolen bases, and 11th in Wins Above Replacement (WAR) among position players and 13th overall (3.6)…also finished 10th in defensive WAR and third among infielders (0.64)…helped Canadian National Team earn a Silver Medal at the 2019 Pan-Am Games in Lima, Peru (9-for-27 with eight runs, a home run, and eight RBI in six tournament games)…hit safely in 64 of 88 games…had 33 multi-hit games, including eight 3-hit games and two 5-hit games…scored three runs while going 2-for-4 with a double on 5/20 at Cleburne…5-for-5 with two runs, a home run, and five RBI on 5/31 at Sioux Falls (five hits and five RBI were career highs)…scored three runs while going 1-for-2 with a home run and an RBI on 6/4 vs. Sioux City…tied career-high with five base hits, going 5-for-6 with three runs, two home runs (career-high), and two RBI on 7/13 at St. Paul…3-for-5 with three runs, a double, home run, and two RBI on 7/17 vs. Sioux Falls…had two RBI while going 1-for-5 in the North Division’s 7-3 win at the American Association All-Star Game on 7/23 at CHS Field in St. Paul…had 8-game hitting streak from 8/19-8/27 (15-for-36, .417)…scored three runs while going 3-for-5 with an RBI on 8/21 at Chicago…scored three runs while going 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI on 8/26 at Fargo-Moorhead

2018
Oklahoma City (Pacific Coast/AAA/Los Angeles): Appeared in five games for the Dodgers while reaching the Triple-A level for the first time in career…1-for-10 (.100) with one RBI…scored two runs

Tulsa (Texas/AA/Los Angeles): Hit .203 for the Drillers with two home runs and 13 RBI in 49 games…18 runs scored with five doubles and 12 walks…2-for-5 with two runs and two RBI on 7/14 at Northwest Arkansas…2-for-4 with a double on 7/22 at Northwest Arkansas…had two RBI while going 2-for-4 on 8/2 vs. Arkansas…2-for-3 with two runs on 8/17 vs. San Antonio in the second game of a double header…helped Drillers win the Texas League championship

Dodgers (Arizona/R/Los Angeles): Appeared in four games for the Dodgers’ Arizona League affiliate, going 1-for-10 (.100) with two RBI…scored one run with one triple and one walk

2017
Winnipeg (American Association/Ind.): Hit .309 with four home runs and 49 RBI for the Goldeyes in 100 games…53 runs scored with 19 doubles, two triples, 30 stolen bases, and 28 walks…finished with a .354 on-base percentage and a .402 slugging percentage…was caught stealing just three times in 33 stolen base attempts…struck out just 43 times in 415 plate appearances…had a .949 fielding percentage in 97 games at third base…voted to the American Association/Can-Am League All-Star Game as the American Association’s starting third baseman…also voted to the American Association’s Postseason All-Star Team at third base…ranked 12th in the American Association in batting average, tied for seventh in stolen bases, first in total chances among third basemen (272), and third in fielding percentage among third basemen (minimum 40 games played at the position)…hit safely in 73 of 100 games…had 36 multi-hit games, including seven 3-hit games…had four RBI while going 3-for-5 with two runs, a double, a triple, and two stolen bases on 5/22 vs. Salina…had 8-game hitting streak from 5/24-6/1 (17-for-33, .515)…scored three runs while going 3-for-5 with two doubles and an RBI on 5/24 vs. Salina…had 8-game hitting streak from 6/28-7/5 (14-for-32, .438)…had 8-game hitting streak from 7/7-7/15 (13-for-31, .419)…hit walk-off, three-run home run on 7/18 vs. St. Paul…had four stolen bases while going 2-for-5 with two runs on 7/23 at Kansas City…helped Goldeyes win a second consecutive American Association championship…hit safely in all nine postseason games, going 13-for-35 (.371) with seven runs scored and three RBI…scored tying run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning of Game Four of the American Association Championship Series on 9/18 vs. Wichita…contract purchased by the Los Angeles Dodgers following the season

2016
Winnipeg (American Association/Ind.): Hit .262 with two home runs and 41 RBI for the Goldeyes in 96 games…51 runs scored with 16 doubles, six triples, 18 stolen bases (18-for-18), and 41 walks…posted a .345 on-base percentage…finished third in the American Association in fielding percentage among third basemen (.958) and first in defensive Wins Above Replacement (dWAR) among third basemen (0.41)…led the American Association with 260 total chances at the third base position…hit .308 with runners in scoring position…18 stolen bases are the most in Goldeyes’ history and third in American Association history for a player with a perfect stolen base percentage…hit safely in 59 of 96 games…had 26 multi-hit games, including four 3-hit games…2-for-4 with two runs, triple, and two RBI on 6/7 at Sioux City…picked up 500th career base hit on 7/22 at Kansas City…3-for-5 with two runs, double, and RBI on 7/23 at Kansas City…3-for-5 with two runs, home run, and RBI on 8/16 vs. St. Paul (game officially recorded as having been played on 7/20)…scored a run in five consecutive games from 8/23-8/27 (seven total runs)…scored three runs while going 2-for-4 with triple, home run, and three RBI on 8/25 vs. Fargo-Moorhead…had three RBI while going 1-for-3 with run and double on 8/27 vs. Sioux City…helped Goldeyes win the American Association championship…hit .270 with three RBI in 10 playoff games…scored two runs while going 1-for-4 with an RBI in Game Two of the American Association Division Series on 9/9 vs. St. Paul…1-for-4 with an RBI in Game Four of the American Association Championship Series on 9/18 at Wichita…1-for-5 with an RBI in decisive Game Five of the American Association Championship Series on 9/19 at Wichita

2015
Tennessee (Southern/AA/Chicago): Hit .173 with two home runs and 25 RBI in 69 games for the Smokies…scored 18 runs with two doubles, one triple, three stolen bases, and 22 walks…had six multi-hit games, including one 3-hit game…had a .982 fielding percentage at third base (24 games)…had four RBI while going 3-for-3 with a run, double, and home run on 6/2 at Chattanooga…2-for-3 with two runs and an RBI on 6/13 at Jacksonville…made first career appearance as a pitcher on 8/20 vs. Montgomery, working 1.0 shutout relief inning

Myrtle Beach (Carolina/A+/Chicago): Hit .220 with one home run and five RBI in 20 games for the Pelicans…scored nine runs with four doubles, one triple, one stolen base, and eight walks…hit safely in 10 of 20 games…had two multi-hit games, including one 3-hit game…3-for-3 with double and stolen base on 4/22 at Salem…had three RBI while going 1-for-3 with two runs and a triple on 5/4 at Lynchburg…2-for-4 with run scored, home run, and RBI on 5/6 vs. Salem in the second game of a double header…helped Pelicans win Carolina League championship

2014
Daytona (Florida State/A+/Chicago): Hit .257 with one home run and 24 RBI in 60 games for the Cubs…scored 26 runs with 13 doubles, one triple, six stolen bases, and 17 walks…hit safely in 39 of 60 games…had 10 multi-hit games, including two 3-hit games and one 4-hit game…hit .324 with two outs and runners in scoring position (34 AB)…had a .980 fielding percentage at third base (32 games)…had a .972 fielding percentage at second base (15 games)…4-for-6 with run scored, double, and RBI on 6/21 at Tampa…3-for-4 with run scored, double, and stolen base on 7/22 at Palm Beach…scored two runs while going 2-for-4 with an RBI on 8/26 at Dunedin…3-for-4 with triple and two RBI on 8/31 vs. Tampa…helped Cubs reach Florida State League Championship Series

Tennessee (Southern/AA/Chicago): Hit .231 with one home run and 13 RBI in 39 games for the Smokies…scored 13 runs with four doubles, one triple, two stolen bases, and nine walks…had eight multi-hit games, including one 3-hit game…had a .963 fielding percentage at second base (16 games)…3-for-3 with run scored, double, and three RBI on 4/13 vs. Chattanooga…2-for-5 with run scored, two doubles, and three RBI on 4/23 at Birmingham…1-for-3 with two runs, home run, and two RBI on 5/21 vs. Mobile

2013
Daytona (Florida State/A+/Chicago): Hit .253 with three home runs and 34 RBI in 79 games for the Cubs…scored 37 runs with 14 doubles, five triples, eight stolen bases, and 30 walks…hit .290 when leading off an inning (69 AB)…hit safely in 49 of 79 games…had 19 multi-hit games, including seven 3-hit games…posted a .983 fielding percentage at second base (55 games)…posted a .980 fielding percentage at shortstop (13 games)…had a 1.000 fielding percentage at third base (eight games)…had 8-game hitting streak from 7/31-8/13 (11-for-34, .324)…3-for-5 with run scored and stolen base on 5/18 at Lakeland…3-for-4 with run scored on 6/1 vs. Brevard County…scored three runs while going 2-for-5 with a home run and two RBI on 6/28 at Tampa…3-for-3 with double and two RBI on 7/23 vs. St. Lucie in the first game of a double header…had three RBI while going 2-for-3 with two runs, double, and triple on 7/23 vs. St. Lucie in the second game of a double header…1-for-6 with run, home run, and three RBI on 8/7 at Clearwater…3-for-5 with a run scored and stolen base on 8/24 at Tampa…3-for-3 with two runs and a double on 8/28 vs. Dunedin in the second game of a double header…3-for-4 with double and RBI on 8/31 at Brevard County…helped Cubs win Florida State League championship…2-for-4 with RBI in clinching Game Four of the Florida State League Championship Series on 9/9 at Charlotte

Kane County (Midwest/A/Chicago): Appeared in 15 games for the Cougars, hitting .347 with six RBI…scored five runs with two doubles, two triples, three stolen bases, and seven walks…hit safely in 10 of 15 games…had six multi-hit games, including one 3-hit game…3-for-4 with double on 4/5 vs. Quad Cities…scored three runs while going 2-for-3 with a stolen base on 4/13 at Lake County

2012
Peoria (Midwest/A/Chicago): Hit .224 with three home runs and 35 RBI in 116 games for the Chiefs…scored 49 runs with 16 doubles, six triples, 11 stolen bases, and 39 walks…hit safely in 72 of 116 games…had 24 multi-hit games, including two 3-hit games and one 4-hit game…had 13-game hitting streak from 4/16-4/29 (17-for-53, .321)…had 7-game hitting streak from 7/6-7/14 (8-for-24, .333)…had 8-game hitting streak from 8/5-8/12 (13-for-32, .406)…had an RBI in five consecutive games from 7/9-7/15 (six total RBI)…1-for-3 with run scored, double, two RBI, and two stolen bases on 4/24 vs. Lansing…hit first career home run while going 2-for-6 with run scored and two RBI on 4/26 at Lake County…drew three walks while going 0-for-2 with two runs on 5/13 vs. Burlington…4-for-6 with two runs and an RBI on 6/2 at Kane County…2-for-4 with run, double, home run, and RBI on 7/9 at Cedar Rapids…3-for-4 with double and RBI on 8/11 at Beloit…3-for-4 with run scored, double, home run, and RBI on 8/30 vs. Cedar Rapids

2011
Boise (Northwest/A-/Chicago): Hit .256 for the Hawks in 66 games with 12 RBI…scored 29 runs with 14 doubles, seven stolen bases, and 29 walks…had a .346 on-base percentage…hit safely in 36 of 66 games…had 16 multi-hit games, including five 3-hit games…hit .341 when leading off an inning (41 AB)…had 7-game hitting streak from 8/20-8/26 (14-for-27, .519)…1-for-3 with run scored, double, and two RBI on 6/18 at Eugene…scored three runs while going 2-for-2 on 6/24 vs. Tri-City…scored three runs while going 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI on 6/25 vs. Spokane…3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI on 6/27 vs. Spokane…3-for-4 with a double and an RBI on 7/4 vs. Yakima…hit three doubles while going 3-for-3 on 8/21 at Yakima…3-for-4 with two runs and two doubles on 8/25 at Salem-Keizer…helped Hawks reach Northwest League playoffs

2010
Cubs (Arizona/R/Chicago): Hit .301 with seven RBI for the Cubs’ Arizona League affiliate in 26 games…scored 19 runs with three doubles, 12 stolen bases, and 14 walks…had a .387 on-base percentage…hit safely in 22 of 26 games…had eight multi-hit games, including one 3-hit game…had an 11-game hitting streak from 8/11-8/24 (16-for-46, .348)…scored a run in six consecutive games from 8/11-8/18 (seven total runs)…2-for-2 with two RBI on 7/28 vs. the Indians’ Arizona League affiliate…scored three runs and had two stolen bases while going 2-for-4 on 8/8 at the Padres’ Arizona League affiliate…3-for-5 with a run, double, RBI, and stolen base on 8/12 vs. the Rangers’ Arizona League affiliate

Boise (Northwest/A-/Chicago): Hit .143 with six RBI in 31 games for the Hawks…scored nine runs with one double, three stolen bases, and 13 walks…had one multi-hit game…2-for-3 on 6/18 at Yakima…1-for-3 with run scored and RBI on 6/20 at Yakima…1-for-3 with two runs scored on 7/10 vs. Eugene

2009
Cubs (Arizona/R/Chicago): Hit .223 with 15 RBI in 34 games for the Cubs’ Arizona League affiliate during rookie professional season…scored 18 runs with one double, seven stolen bases, and 13 walks…had nine multi-hit games, including one 3-hit game and one 4-hit game…scored a run in five straight games from 8/8-8/15 (nine total runs)…made professional debut on 7/14 at the Athletics’ Arizona League affiliate, going 0-for-2…picked up first hits of professional career, going 2-for-4 with a run scored and a double on 7/17 at the Padres’ Arizona League affiliate…collected first career RBI on 7/18 vs. the Royals’ Arizona League affiliate…had first career stolen base and went 4-for-5 with three RBI on 7/19 at the Indians’ Arizona League affiliate…2-for-5 with two RBI on 7/26 at the Angels’ Arizona League affiliate…scored three runs while going 2-for-4 with an RBI on 8/8 at the Giants’ Arizona League affiliate…3-for-6 with a run scored on 8/21 at the Athletics’ Arizona League affiliate…2-for-3 with two RBI on 8/27 vs. the Giants’ Arizona League affiliate

Rick Forney on Wes Darvill: I’m thrilled to have Wes back in the fold for 2020. Wes has been one of the top-10, all-around players in the American Association the last few years. I’m hopeful he can repeat his 2019 success and also take on more of a leadership role within the clubhouse.