|2017 Spring Training Stats||12||2||4||0||1||2||.333||.500||.917|
|Spring Training Career Stats||13||2||4||0||1||2||.308||.471||.855|
Heavy samplings of prospects and veterans are included in the Giants' contingent of 28 non-roster invitees to Major League Spring Training camp, which the club released Wednesday.
|February 1, 2017||San Francisco Giants invited non-roster OF Steven Duggar to spring training.|
|June 30, 2016||CF Steven Duggar assigned to Richmond Flying Squirrels from San Jose Giants.|
|March 22, 2016||RF Steven Duggar assigned to San Francisco Giants.|
|September 17, 2015||RF Steven Duggar assigned to San Jose Giants from Salem-Keizer Volcanoes.|
|June 29, 2015||RF Steven Duggar assigned to Salem-Keizer Volcanoes.|
|June 20, 2015||San Francisco Giants signed OF Steven Duggar.|
Attended Clemson University and was a two-time Third Team All-ACC selection...was a starting outfielder in all three years of his collegiate career and had a career batting average of .299...Was named to the preseason Golden Spikes Award Watch List...Was rated the #45 overall prospect for the 2015 draft by MLB.com entering his junior season...Was selected to the 2014 Cape Cod All-Star Game...he hit .323 in 46 games...Earned Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American honors in 2013...hit .300 with two homers, 30 RBI and 15 stolen bases in 62 games...led the team in hits (75)...Attended James F. Byrnes High School...received South Carolina All-State honors as a junior and senior.2016
Established a Flying Squirrels record with a 19- game hitting streak from July 18-Aug. 6...Named the Eastern League Player of the Week on July 24...Ranked as the 25th-best prospect in the Giants' organization according to Baseball America entering the season.2015
Played for Salem-Keizer before joining the San Jose Giants during the CAL League Championship Series...batted .293 with one home run and 27 RBI in 58 games for Salem-Keizer...Ranked seventh in the Northwest League in batting average...led the Volcanoes with 35 walks (.390 OBP)...Combined to hit 33 doubles, nine triples, nine homers and drove in 63 runs in 115 games.