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Emmanuel Burriss

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Employment History


San Jose Giants

Starting Shortstop

Baseball Prospectus


Scottsdale Scorpions



Kent State University

Wilson High

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Emmanuel Burriss « Haft-Baked Ideas [cached]

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Burriss could be back this season Thursday, March 25 SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - The Giants remain hopeful that infielder Emmanuel Burriss can play later this season after undergoing surgery last Sunday on his twice-fractured left foot. Groeschner said that Burriss will on crutches for 10 to 14 days before shifting to a walking boot. Had Burriss remained healthy, he would have had a strong chance of making the Opening Day roster, given his ability to play second base and shortstop with equal skill. Tags: Bruce Bochy, Emmanuel Burriss, Freddy Sanchez, Giants, Jeremy Affeldt, Kevin Frandsen Emmanuel Burriss and the Giants' medical staff will consider multiple options when they discuss the next move in the infielder's recovery from a broken bone in his left foot. Burriss, 25, consulted noted orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon Dr. Robert Anderson on Tuesday in North Carolina. Dr. Anderson didn't urge any particular course of action, and Burriss isn't yet certain what he'll do. Burriss also mentioned the possibility that he could forgo surgery and be walking normally in two weeks. That's obviously far from a guarantee. Tags: Barry Zito, Bengie Molina, Emmanuel Burriss, Giants, Todd Wellemeyer, Travis Ishikawa PEORIA, Ariz. - Despite their 8-7, 10-inning victory Wednesday over the Seattle Mariners, the Giants endured an ominous beginning to the Cactus League season, as infielder Emmanuel Burriss apparently aggravated his injured left foot. Burriss, who considered himself fully healed after breaking a bone in his foot last July, hit a two-run double in the fourth inning and stole third base. He left the game after doubling again in the sixth inning. With second baseman Freddy Sanchez (left shoulder) likely to begin the season on the disabled list and Juan Uribe expected to replace him in the lineup, Burriss entered Spring Training with a strong chance to make the Opening Day roster as a backup middle infielder. Tags: Aaron Rowand, Aubrey Huff, Bengie Molina, Bruce Bochy, Emmanuel Burriss, Fred Lewis, Giants, Madison Bumgarner, Prince Fielder In a procedural move, infielder Emmanuel Burriss, whose season ended prematurely with a broken foot, was recalled from Fresno and moved to the 60-day disabled list. Tags: Andres Torres, Brad Penny, Emmanuel Burriss, Giants, Jesus Guzman, John Bowker, Rich Aurilia, Waldis Joaquin Burriss, who fractured his fifth metatarsal while running the bases earlier this week while playing for Triple-A Fresno, will undergo surgery on Friday in San Francisco and is expected to miss at least two months. Burriss, 24, opened the season as the Giants' starting second baseman but was optioned to Fresno on June 16. He appeared in San Francisco's first 56 games but ultimately was compromised by his offensive inconsistency. He hit .238 in 61 games. With Fresno, Burriss hit .268 in 17 games. Despite his demotion, Burriss remained valued by the Giants for his speed, ability to switch hit and flair for the spectacular on defense. Tags: Aaron Rowand, Emmanuel Burriss, Giants, Ryan Sadowski, Wes Helms This was proven again in Randy Johnson's 300th victory on Thursday, which featured an outstanding and probably game-saving play by second baseman Emmanuel Burriss. With runners on first and second, nobody out and the Giants clinging to a 2-0 lead in the fifth inning, Burriss made a diving stop of Ronnie Belliard's one-hopper up the middle and shoveled the ball from his glove to shortstop Edgar Renteria to start a double play. "I think its hitting the mound helped me get to it," Burriss said, "because it was hit pretty hard and it took that high bounce off the mound and enabled me to gain some ground on it." Burriss said that Johnson's immediate reaction was muted. But the Big Unit made sure Burriss knew how much that play meant. "Right after the play he gave me one of those looks like, 'atta boy,' said Burriss, who added that Johnson was too mentally focused to gush over him or any other teammates in the dugout between innings. After the game, Johnson gave Burriss a proper tribute. Tags: Emmanuel Burriss, Giants, Randy Johnson, Sergio Romo SAN FRANCISCO - With, two outs, a run in, Fred Lewis on third base and the Giants leading 3-0 in Friday night's fourth inning, the St. Louis Cardinals elected to pitch to Emmanuel Burriss, San Francisco's eighth-place hitter. The alternative, which some teams might have selected, would have involved walking Burriss to face pitcher Matt Cain. But St. Louis refused to bypass Burriss, who singled home Lewis for what proved to be a key run (they all are in close, low-scoring games) in the Giants' 4-2 victory. Burriss actually wasn't surprised that the Cardinals pitched to him. "Cain swings the bat pretty well," Burriss reminded. More pop, indeed, Cain has hit four career home runs to one for Burriss. Burriss continued the Giants' recent productivity with two outs. They've recorded 22 of their last 30 RBIs in those situations. Tags: Emmanuel Burriss, Fred Lewis, Giants, Matt Cain It got overlooked by the Randy Johnson victory countdown and the rousing offense, but the play of the game had to be second baseman Emmanuel Burriss' running catch of Matt Diaz's pop-up to open the fifth inning. Burriss sped into foul ground and snared the ball near the right-field bullpen. Tags: Bengie Molina, Bruce Bochy, Emmanuel Burriss, Giants, Randy Johnson, Randy Winn Fred Lewis and Emmanuel Burriss hit proficiently lower in the order but slumped when Bochy switched them to leadoff. Lewis and Burriss batted .197 and .148, respectively, at leadoff. Tags: Aaron Rowand, Bruce Bochy, Emmanuel Burriss, Fred Lewis, Giants Tags: Bengie Molina, Brian Wilson, Emmanuel Burriss, Giants, Kevin Frandsen, Matt Cain

"I think that's what makes him that good," said Giants' second baseman Emmanuel Burriss, who rapped a second-inning RBI single among his two hits while making only his fourth start in 43 games.
"He was moving the ball around, moving his sinker pretty well."

San Francisco Giants MLB News - Giants Baseball Blog » Positional Previews for Season [cached]

Mike Fontenot and Emmanuel Burriss could get some P.T. at SS for the Giants in 2012.
Burriss played in 9 games at SS for the Giants last year and he had 1 error while showing pretty awful range. 27-year old switch-hitting Emmanuel Burriss is going to try to win a job on the Giants' bench this spring. Burriss played in 59 games for the Giants last year and he was 28 of 137 (.204 avg, .465 OPS) with 14 runs scored, 0 homers, 4 RBIs and 11 stolen bases. He has now played in 222 games in his first four years with the Giants and he is 146 of 584 (.250 avg, .592 OPS) with 72 runs scored, 1 homer, 35 RBIs and 35 stolen bases. Burriss had 3 errors in 39 games at 2B in 2012 while showing out of this world range.

San Francisco Giants MLB News - Giants Baseball Blog » In Need of a Slumpbuster [cached]

The Giants have recalled 27-year old switch-hitting infielder Emmanuel Burriss to replace DeRosa on the active roster.
Burriss played in 5 games earlier this year for the Giants and he was 4 for 15 (.267 avg, .533 OPS) with 1 run scored, 1 RBI and 1 stolen base. Burriss has played in 168 games in his first four years with the Giants and he is 122 for 462 (.264 avg, .628 OPS) with 59 runs scored, 1 homer, 32 RBIs and 25 stolen bases.

The Giants' Emmanuel Burriss singled in the second for his first hit of the year vs.
Arizona after beginning 0 for 11. ...

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