Quincy Latimore

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Biographical Information[edit]

Outfielder Quincy Latimore has played in the minors.

Latimore was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the fourth round of the 2007 amateur draft; the scout was Greg Schilz. He was picked between Darwin Barney and Timothy Bascom. He made his pro debut that summer with the GCL Pirates, hitting .257/.352/.386 with 13 steals in 17 tries. In 2008, he fell to .244/.285/.394 with the State College Spikes. In '09, he produced at a .251/.295/.411 clip with 10 triples, 70 RBI and only 23 walks in 118 games for the West Virginia Power. He made 14 errors in the outfield. He tied for second in the South Atlantic League in three-baggers, two behind Donnie Webb. In the Buc farm system, he was second in triples, one behind Alex Presley. He was also tied for 4th in RBI, even with Neil Walker and behind Pedro Alvarez, Jordy Mercer and Miles Durham.

With the Bradenton Marauders in 2010, he hit .266/.323/.444 with 31 doubles, 19 home runs, 84 runs and 100 RBIs. He was among the Florida State League leaders in runs (tied for 3rd with teammate Robbie Grossman), hits (138, 5th), doubles (tied for 6th with Erik Komatsu and Stephen Vogt), homers (tied for second with Melky Mesa, two behind leader Mike McDade), RBI (1st, 20 more than anyone else), strikeouts (136, tied for 5th), hit-by-pitch (2nd, 17), total bases (1st, 230) and slugging (7th, between Ryan Flaherty and Komatsu). He was among the Pirate farm system leaders in runs (tied for 4th with Grossman), hits (4th, between Matt Hague and Mercer), doubles (tied for 6th with Mercer and Mitch Jones), home runs (tied for second with Jones, 3 behind Brandon Moss), RBI (first, 4 more than Moss), whiffs (4th) and times plunked (1st). He hit three grand slams, only the 5th FSL player ever to do so. No Pirate minor leaguer had 100 RBI in a season since George Canale in 1995. He was a Florida State League All-Star, joining Mesa and Komatsu as the outfielders (Anthony Gose was picked as a utility outfielder). With the Adelaide Bite in the 2010-2011 Australian Baseball League, he hit .313/.375//.548 with 25 RBI. He was 7th in the Australian Baseball League in average (between Tom Brice and Ronnie Welty), 6th in slugging, 6th in OPS and tied for 8th in RBI (with Mitch Graham, Stefan Welch and Yoshiyuki Kamei).

With the Altoona Curve in 2011, the North Carolina native hit .239/.297/.411 with 32 doubles, 15 home runs and 140 strikeouts. He was 5th in the Eastern League in whiffs, between Brahiam Maldonado and Tyler Moore. In the Pittsburgh farm chain, he was 6th in doubles (between Grossman and Matt Curry), tied for second in home runs (even with Curry and John Bowker, 4 behind Mercer) and first in strikeouts. He returned to Altoona in 2012 and batted .252/.321/.433 with 15 dingers and 71 RBI, while making 12 errors and registering 12 assists in the outfield. He was 6th in the Pirates chain in both home runs and RBI.

In early 2013, he was dealt to the Cleveland Indians for Jeanmar Gomez.


  • 2012 Pirated Media Guide

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