Steven Pallares
Steven  Pallares


Corona, Calif.

High School:
Santiago HS

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 180






No. 23/23 Baseball Welcomes UNM For Series Starting Thursday

Baseball welcomes New Mexico for MW series


No. NR/25 Baseball Dominates No. 24/NR UNLV, 22-7

Baseball lineup explodes for 22 in win over UNLV


Rebels Rally in Final At Bat to Defeat Aztecs 5-2

Baseball drops 5-2 decision at UNLV


Romanski Hit Gives Aztecs Walk-Off Win Over Nevada

Aztecs down Nevada 5-4 in walk-off style


Aztecs Defeat UC Riverside 10-2

Aztecs Defeat UC Riverside 10-2


SDSU vs. Mississippi State baseball

Photos from 5/30 SDSU vs. Mississippi State baseball

Could see action in the outfield, infield and on the mound during his fourth year at San Diego State ... Competed for the Forest City (N.C.) Owls during summer 2014 ... Led the team with a .326 batting average and 25 stolen bases ... Played for the Quincy (Ill.) Gems of the Central Illinois Collegiate League during summer 2013 ... Batted .318 in 43 contests with the Gems and had 12 doubles, two triples, 22 RBI and 22 stolen bases ... Member of the La Crosse (Wis.) Loggers of the Northwoods League during the summer of 2012 when he pitched and played primarily in the infield ... Hit .237 with four doubles and 11 RBI ... Stole 10 of 12 bases ... On the mound went 1-1 with a 6.64 earned run average in 11 appearances including two starts ... Played for the ABD Boxers during the summer of 2011 ... Also a member of the Mariners scout team.

Has made 14 starts at first base and 19 in the designated hitter role ... Was named the all-tourney DH at the 2014 Mountain West Tournament ... Hit a grand slam in the win over New Mexico in SDSU's second game of the tourney, only his second career homer as an Aztec ... His four RBI in that contests were a career high ... Was SDSU's leading RBI producer at the tourney with eight ... Hit his first career home run, a two-run shot, during the win at Fresno State on May 15 ... Longest hitting streak of four games (May 6-15) when he went 6-for-13 (.462) with a home run, three RBI and five runs scored ... Also had a four-game streak May 24-30 going 6-for-16 (.375) ... Season-best two hits in a game nine times with the latest coming vs. UNLV on May 25 in the conference tournament title game ... Hit safely in five of the final six regular-season contests going 8-for-22 (.364) with a home run, four RBI and seven runs scored ... Tied for second on the team with 13 stolen bases ... Had his first career triple vs. Air Force on April 4 ... Drew three bases on balls in back-to-back contests against Fresno State (March 28-29) ... Made 12 relief appearances on the mound ... Longest outing as a pitcher was 2.1 innings in games at UNLV on March 21 and vs. Fresno State on March 29 ... Recorded a season-best two strikeouts in a game on three occasions.

Played primarily in right field with two appearances at third base as a defensive replacement ... Had three consecutive two-hit efforts vs. Fresno State, Long Beach State and UNLV (March 17-22) ... Career-high three runs batted in against Long Beach State on March 19 ... First triple as an Aztec came in contest at Fresno State on March 17 ... Recorded a hit and walk in each of the final two games of the series vs. New Mexico (May 17-18) ... Was successful on eight of 10 steal attempts.

Saw most of his action in the field at first base, starting there on 12 occasions ... Also started at third base (six times) and shortstop (once) ... Put together a nine-game hitting streak early in the season (Feb. 19-March 4) during which he batted .360 (9-for-25) with six runs scored and five runs batted in ... Reached base safely (via hit, walk or hit by pitch) in each of the first 14 games of the year ... All 12 of his base hits during the season were singles ... Walked eight times and was hit by pitch four times for a .333 on-base percentage ... Hit .214 in seven Mountain West contests.

Played three years of varsity baseball at Santiago High School in Corona, Calif. ... Coached there by Ty De Trinidad ... Named third-team all-state and second-team all-CIF along with first-team all-Riverside County and all-Big Eight League as a senior ... As a first baseman batted .451 with six doubles, 26 runs and 24 RBI in 28 games ... On the mound went 6-1 with a 3.32 earned run average ... Struck out 70 batters over 65.1 innings ... Was selected to play on the South team for the annual North-South Showcase ... A second-team all-league selection as a junior ... Honor roll student.

Steven Pallares was born April 26, 1993, in Fountain Valley, Calif. ... Son of Jerry and Tracy Pallares ... Enjoys playing video games, swimming, lifting weights and watching movies ... Favorite athlete is former NBA standout Michael Jordan ... Was also recruited by Cal State Fullerton, Oregon, UCLA, Arizona and UC Riverside ... Majoring in psychology at San Diego State.

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