Coming up with 5 facts about a non-descript minor league catcher isn't easy, but here it goes...
- St. Pierre was drafted by Detroit with the first pick in the 26th round in 1997. To give a little perspective on how long ago that was, the Brewers first pick that year way Kyle Peterson who has long since faded into the sunset.
- Two players from the 26th round in 1997 have made it to the major leagues. Andy Dominique, a first baseman who played a total of 9 games and DJ Carrasco who has spent parts of three seasons with Kansas City.
- The Brewers pick in the 26th round that year was a pitcher by the name of Trad Sokol (I'm not kidding) who lasted two years in the minors.
- St. Pierre played for Team Canada in the World Baseball Classic last year. He appeared in two of Canada's three games, and had two hitless at bats with one strikeout.
- Detroit sent Max to the Arizona Fall League after the 2002 season (which was one of his best minor league seasons: .261, 7 HR, 55 RBI). St. Pierre proceeded to bat .170 in 53 at bats for Mesa in the AFL.