- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 210 lb.
- School Spring Arbor University
Stanley Filiaga pitched and played first base for American Samoa in the 1999 Oceania Championship. He was one of three players from that squad to appear for the 2002 Pensacola Pelicans (along with Robert Pene and Ted Gebauer). He was 0-1 with a 7.59 ERA in 12 games pitched and went 2 for 5 at the plate. He was with American Samoa when they won Silver in the 2003 South Pacific Games, going 9 for 22 with 9 runs, a homer and six RBI while pitching 15 innings (with no earned runs), fanning 15. He tied for 2nd in the Games in runs (two behind Henry Santos III), tied for 3rd in hits (9, even with Inoke Niubalavu, Jim Reyes and Leon Panuelo Jr.), tied for 2nd in home runs (one behind Duke Solaita), was 3rd in K (behind John Lebeoa and Stanley Scaliem) and tied Stivan Eseli for 5th in IP.