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65 Kory Casto 1B
Height/Weight: 6-0/213 | Birthdate: 12/8/1981 | Birthplace: Salem, OR | Bats/Throws: L/R | Team: Arizona | College: Portland State | MLB Experience: 2
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D-Backs give Casto minor deal


(5/25/2010) Infielder Kory Casto was signed to a minor-league contract by the D-Backs and was assigned to the Double-A Mobile BayBears on Tuesday.

Tigers assign 5 players


(3/20/2010) Detroit optioned RHP Alfredo Figaro to Triple-A Toledo. The club also assigned RHP Cody Satterwhite, LHP Andrew Oliver, C Mike Rabelo and INFs Kory Casto and Gustavo Nunez to minor-league camp.

Tigers extend spring training invites


(1/14/2010) The Tigers announced the following minor league invites to spring training: outfielder Ryan Patterson; infielders Jason F. Stokes, Kory Casto, Santo De Leon and Cesar Nicolas; catchers Robinzon Diaz, Mike Rabelo, Max Pierre and Andy Bouchie; and pitchers Phil Dumatrait, Enrique Gonzalez, Ryan Ketchner, Ruddy Lugo, Macay McBride, Sam Narron, Josh Rainwater and Jason Waddell.

Casto, O'Connor to Triple-A


(4/3/2009) Nationals 1B Kory Casto and RP Mike O'Connor cleared waivers Friday and will report to Triple-A.

Nats ink 23 players Saturday


(2/14/2009) Outfielder Elijah Dukes, left-handed starter John Lannan and catcher Jesus Flores are among 23 players who agreed to terms on 2009 contracts with the Washington Nationals. The other 20 agreeing to terms were: outfielders Roger Bernadina, Leonard Davis and Justin Maxwell; infielders Kory Casto and Ian Desmond; catchers Luke Montz and Wil Nieves; left-handers Matt Chico, Ross Detwiler and Mike Hinckley; and right-handers Luis Atilano, Collin Balester, Tyler Clippard, Marco Estrada, Joel Hanrahan, Shairon Martis, Garrett Mock, Saul Rivera, Steven Shell and Terrell Young.

Casto hits another close-call HR


(9/27/2008) The Sports Xchange notes that Kory Casto hit his second career homer Friday night, both of them in somewhat controversial fashion. On June 15 at Seattle, the rookie first baseman hit a pinch-hit, three-run homer that appeared to glance off the right-field foul pole and produced resounding boos from the Mariners' crowd. Then on Friday, Casto hit a solo homer at Philadelphia that was reviewed by umpires to see if a fan reached over the fence trying to catch the ball. The original call was upheld, giving Casto two homers this season.

Casto rips two-run single


(9/10/2008) Nationals OF Kory Casto ripped a two-run single with the bases loaded and two outs in the fifth inning of Wednesday's game against the Mets. He finished 1-for-3 with one walk. Casto is 7-for-17 (.412) with three RBI in his last seven games.

Casto starts, picks up three hits


(9/5/2008) Nationals OF Kory Casto got a start at first base Friday at Atlanta and went 3-for-5 with a run scored. He's now batting .220 on the season.

Nationals call up five as expected


(9/1/2008) The Nationals recalled outfielder Roger Bernadina and first baseman/outfielder Kory Casto and purchased the contracts of three others from Triple-A Columbus on Monday: left-handed pitcher Mike Hinckley and right-handed pitchers Shairon Martis and Levale Speigner.

Nationals plan out Monday recalls


(8/31/2008) The Nationals will recall OF Roger Bernadina and 1B/OF Kory Casto from Triple-A Columbus on Monday when rosters expand. Washington also will activate SS Alberto Gonzalez left hamstring strain) from the 15-day disabled list and select the contracts of LHP Mike Hinckley and RHPs Shairon Martis and Levale Speigner from Columbus.

Nats' Casto sent back to minors


(8/20/2008) The Nationals optioned Kory Casto to Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday.

Casto performs well Wednesday


(7/9/2008) Nationals OF Kory Casto had two hits, including his fourth double, and two RBI in three at-bats Wednesday against the Diamondbacks. He also had one run, one walk and one stolen base. Casto is 3-for-4 (.750) in two games since his recall.

Casto back up with Nationals


(7/8/2008) The Nationals called up outfielder/third baseman Kory Casto from the minors to take the place of outfielder Elijah Dukes, who was placed on the 15-day DL with a torn tendon in his right knee. He had surgery and is out 4-6 weeks at least.

Nats activate Kearns, option Casto


(7/3/2008) The Washington Nationals activated OF Austin Kearns on Thursday and optioned INF/OF Kory Casto to Triple-A.

Casto pops clutch first homer


(6/16/2008) Kory Casto's pinch-hit, three-run homer off the foul pole broke an eighth inning tie and led the Nationals to a 6-2 win over the Mariners on Sunday. "That's a pretty awesome thing the first one of my career on Father's Day and it was a go-ahead for the sweep home run," said Casto, who exchanged a quick hug with his father after the game. "That's a big deal. He (his father) told me it was a great present." Casto's first career homer came off a fastball by reliever Mark Lowe (1-3). Casto, who grew up in Salem, Ore., was 0-for-14 in his previous five games. Washington recalled him June 3 from Triple-A Columbus. "This is way bigger than I thought my first home run would ever be," said Casto, who grew up a Mariners fan. "It's a great feeling. The sweep's a bigger deal for us, playing well on the road and getting three from these guys."

Casto ignites for Washington


(6/5/2008) Washington OF/3B Kory Casto played for the second straight day since being called up from Triple-A for 3B Ryan Zimmerman. Casto, who went 1-for-3 in his debut, continued his hot start by going 3-for-4 with a double, walk and an RBI.

Casto will give some 3B time


(6/4/2008) According to The Sports Xchange notes: OF/3B Kory Casto was called up from Triple-A Columbus (Ohio) on Monday to take 3B Ryan Zimmerman's place, and he started Tuesday night in right field. Manager Manny Acta said Casto would see some time at third base in Zimmerman's absence, as well.

Zimmerman on DL; Casto called up


(6/3/2008) Nationals 3B Ryan Zimmerman was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a shoulder injury. Zimmerman on Monday was diagnosed with a small tear in his left, non-throwing shoulder, which he injured during a headfirst slide into second base at Baltimore on May 18. He has missed the last seven games because of soreness in the shoulder, and the move to the DL is retroactive to May 26. The Nationals recalled 3B Kory Casto from Triple-A Columbus to take Zimmerman's spot on the roster. Casto played in 16 games with Washington last season.

Casto expected to miss 4-6 weeks


(4/12/2008) Washington INF Kory Casto, who's currently assigned to Triple-A Columbus, underwent surgery on a broken bone in his right hand on Saturday. He's expected to be out four to six weeks.

Casto out six weeks in minors


(4/10/2008) Nationals minor league OF Kory Casto (Triple-A Columbus) is expected to be out six weeks with a broken right wrist bone. He was injured Wednesday night.

Casto to open with Columbus


(3/15/2008) The Nationals optioned INF/OF Kory Casto to Triple-A Columbus Saturday. He hit .150 (3-for-20) with one double and zero RBI in 15 spring games.

Nats tender contracts to eight


(1/11/2008) The Nationals agreed to terms Friday on one-year contracts with eight other players, including outfielder Lastings Milledge, acquired in the trade that sent catcher Brian Schneider and outfielder Ryan Church to the New York Mets. Milledge received a split contract that would pay him $402,500 if he's in the majors and $145,075 in the minors. Others agreeing to 2008 deals: left-handers Ross Detwiler, the team's top pick in June's amateur draft, and John Lannan, who made his big league debut last season; right-handers Garrett Mock and Chris Schroder; infielder Kory Casto; and first basemen Josh Whitesell and Matt Whitney.

Casto not close for a call-up


(7/5/2007) Nationals prospect Kory Casto is hitting .257 with eight homers through 206 Triple-A at-bats.

Casto struggling back in minors


(5/29/2007) Kory Casto is just 6-for-40 (.150) since his demotion to Triple-A.

Nats to Casto: Get used to demotion


(5/16/2007) OF Kory Casto's latest demotion to Triple-A Columbus probably won't be his last. "We kind of told him expect it to happen at least a couple more times," Nationals manager Manny Acta said. "It'll probably happen again before the year is over. He's ready for it, and he understands." Casto, who had two hits in his last 25 at-bats and hit just .130 in two stints with the Nats this season, was optioned to the minors when RHP Jerome Williams was activated from the 15-day disabled list.