|Birth Date:||March 21, 1996|
|Hometown:||Bowling Green, Ohio|
|High School:||Bowling Green|
2018: Played in a career-high 52 games with a career-high 48 starts while batting .236 with a .327 slugging percentage and a .324 on-base percentage … Tied for the team lead with two triples and ranked fourth on the team with 47 hits … Had a season-high in hits going 4-5 with two RBI against Towson (March 10) … Had a season-high four RBI on his first career grand slam against Toledo (April 6).
2017: Member of MAC tournament championship team ... Played in a career-high 39 games with a career-high 29 starts, hitting a career-best .253 with a career-best .305 slugging percentage and a career-high .357 on-base percentage ... Totaled a career-high 24 hits -- including a career-high five doubles -- to go along with a career-high nine walks, a career-high 10 RBI and a career-high nine runs scored ... Recorded a career-high six multi-hit games and a career-high three multi-RBI outings.
2016: Played in 15 games and made one start, batting .111 with a .111 slugging percentage and a .273 on-base percentage, tallying one hit, one walk, one hit by pitch and three runs scored ... Made his collegiate debut at UAB (Feb. 26) ... Logged his first career hit and first career run in a 16-2 win at Wofford (March 5) in the second game of a doubleheader ... Scored a run at Bowling Green (April 15) ... Drew his first career walk in a 9-1 victory at Notre Dame (May 1) in the second game of a doubleheader ... Was hit by a pitch and scored a run against Miami (May 19) ... Made his first career start in a 6-2 win over Miami (May 20) in the second game of a doubleheader.
Prior to Ohio: Competed for three years at St. John's Jesuit of Toledo and one year at Bowling Green High School ... Earned four letters in baseball ... Served as team captain at Bowling Green ... Earned First Team All-Three Rivers Athletic Conference honors in 2014, Second Team honors in '13 and Honorable Mention in '12 ... Also garnered two letters in both football and basketball.
Personal: Born March 21, 1996 ... Son of Claudette and Daniel Garcia ... Has three brothers -- Daniel, Derrick and Deon ... Majoring in pre-specialized studies … Nickname is D-Gar ... Favorite athlete is Ohio catcher Nick Bredeson ... Performed volunteer work for several organizations, including Silver Springs Nursing Home, Cherry Street Mission and Friends Of LCC Christmas Drive.