TITANS `11: Made 47 appearances, 16 as a
starter all at second base Went 2-for-7 in season-opening
series vs. Long Beach State Picked up an RBI against UC
Irvine on Apr. 8.
TITANS `10: Made his way into 52 games, mostly
as a late-game defensive replacement at second base Made 9
starts, all at second base Four of his 5 hits on the year
came as a starter from Mar. 12 to Mar. 19 Drove in a
season-high 2 runs with a single on Mar. 14 vs. Alabama Birmingham
at the San Diego State Tournament Had a 4-game stretch in
which he logged 5 sac-bunts from Mar. 13 to Mar. 17 Had 1
extra-base hit, a double, on Mar. 17 vs. Arizona State.
TITANS `09: Was granted his redshirt. Did not
play in any games.
SIMI VALLEY HS: Was a 3-year letterman for Head
Coach Matt LaBelle at Simi Valley High School in Simi Valley,
Calif. As a senior, hit .281 and drove in 10 runs to help
the 2008 Pioneers to a 25-8 overall record and both a Marmonte
League and a CIF championship Was an all-league honorable
mention as a junior when he hit .303 (27-for-89) with 4 doubles and
9 RBI Was an All-Marmonte League honorable mention as a
sophomore, hitting .311 with 6 RBI.
PERSONAL: Born on Aug. 27, 1990, in Santa
Monica, Calif. Parents are Mike and Karen Orloff Has
two older brothers (Travis and Ben) and a younger sister (Sarah)
Full name is Matthew Bernard Orloff Major is
sociology Models his game after Boston's Dustin Pedroia
Brother (Ben) was the 2009 recipient of the Brooks Wallace
Award for UC Irvine, and now plays in the Houston Astros farm
system Favorites include: Will Ferrell (actor), "Step
Brothers" and "Major League" (movies), Lil Wayne (musical artist),
ping-pong (hobby), "Moneyball" (book), Yankee Stadium (stadium),
and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (team), mlb.com (websites).
At Bats: 4, Mar. 13, 2010 at San Diego
Runs: 2, Mar. 12, 2010 at San Diego State
Hits: 1, 13 times, last on Apr. 21, 2011 at Cal
RBI: 2, Mar. 14, 2010 vs.
Home Runs: N/A
Doubles: 1, 2 times, last on Apr. 8, 2011 vs.
Stolen Bases: 1, 3 times, last on May 9, 2010
vs. UC Riverside