2000 Draft Pick (Chicago White Sox)
Career: Made 76 appearances with 13 starts in his career and batted .219 with 20 runs scored and 20 RBI Had three doubles, three home runs and 21 hits.
2004: Started four games at first base and played in 18 games ... Fielded a perfect 1.000 in 68 chances in the field Went 2-for-3 with a RBI and scored twice against Michigan Feb. 26 ... Hit a single versus Gardner-Webb Feb. 8 and had a career best 13 putouts in that contest ... Reached base on a pair of walks against Stetson March 3 ... Part of four double plays ... Hit a walk-off game winning double against Purdue March 5 ... Drove in a run against Brown March 13 ... Had a pinch-hit RBI against Arkansas March 19 ... Hit a pinch-hit double against Central Connecticut State June 4 in NCAA Regional and later scored a run.
2003: Made 25 appearances with four starts Made starts at three different spots Had six RBIs and was hit by pitch seven times in 40 plate appearances Led the team with 15 at bats as a pinch hitter and had five RBI as a pinch hitter Reached in four of five plate appearances March 19 against Army as he went 1-for-2 with a RBI and hit twice Scored season-best two runs versus Mercer Feb. 8 Did not commit an error in the field in 20 chances.
2002: Played in 21 games with two starts as the designated hitter Batted .400 (8-for-20) with a double, three homers and nine RBI In 11 chances in the field he did not commit an error In three SEC games he had two hits, a double and a homer, and three RBI In first appearance of the season he was 1-for-1 with a run scored vs. Charleston Southern Feb. 2 Went 1-for-1 with two runs scored and two RBI March 26 vs. Auburn Went 1-of-3 with a grand slam vs. Bethune Cookman at NCAA Regional May 31 Recorded RBI in NCAA Regional June 2 vs. Miami As a pinch hitter he was 4-for-9 (.444) with two homers and three RBI Had a base hit in eight of the 13 games that he recorded an official at-bat.
2001: Played in 12 games with three starts (2 at 1B, 1 at 3B) Earned first career start at third base Feb. 21 vs. Winthrop Saw action as a defensive replacement at first base at Miami Feb. 10 Saw first career action in reserve role, collected first career hit, run and walk in 1-for-3 performance vs. Savannah State Feb. 7.
PREP: A 2000 graduate of Killian High School in Miami, Fla. where he lettered three years for head coach Manny Fernandez Finished senior season with .341 batting average, six home runs and 34 RBI Team finished 30-5 and advanced to the Elite Eight Hit .320 with five home runs and 39 RBI as a junior Outstanding student who graduated in top 20 percent of class.
SUMMER: Played summer of 2000 with the Florida Bombers Helped lead the Bombers to the USABF World Championship Named to AAU all tournament team.
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MALEY'S CAREER HIGHS
At Bats: 4, four times last vs. Brown, 3/13/04
Runs Scored: 2, (four times) last vs. Michigan, 2/26/04
Hits: 2 - twice, vs. Fordham, 3/13/01; vs. Michigan, 2//26/04
RBI: 4 vs. Bethune-Cookman, 5/31/02
Bases on Balls: 2 at Stetson, 3/3/04
Multi-hit games: 2
Multi-RBI games: 2
Hit Streak: 2