- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 9", Weight 172 lb.
Igor Schiavetti has played over 15 years in Italy's top league and appeared in the Olympics.
Schiavetti debuted with his hometown Nettuno club in 1993, going 1 for 8. He hit .262/.314/.338 and was 0 for 1 in the finals. He improved to .308/.425/.354 in 1995, then was 1 for 5 in the finals. In 1996, Igor batted .333/.400/.390 with 32 runs in 37 games, then was 3 for 6 with four runs in the finals as Nettuno won the title. In '97, the 21-year-old had a career year, putting up a .384/.458/.527 line with 49 runs in 42 games and 13 steals in 14 tries. He hit .364/.462/.409 in the finals, with 7 runs in six games, as well, but Nettuno failed to take another pennant. In 1998, the infielder hit .281/.378/.444 with 40 runs in 43 games. He was 2 for 8 in the finals as Nettuno won.
Igor fell to .232/.326/.427 in the 1999 regular season and 1-for-7 in the finals, then hit .238/.343/.338 in 2000 and had one hit in the finals, scoring one run. He rebounded in 2001 to bat .321/.379/.462 with 51 runs in 50 games. He was 6th in Serie A1 in runs scored. He was only 3 for 21 in the finals with 3 walks but Nettuno won its third title during his career. Schiavetti was 0 for 5 in the 2001 Baseball World Cup, backing up Filippo Crociati in center field.
The Nettuno native hit .293/.389/.366 in 2002 and .294/.368/.353 in the finals. He batted .296/.406/.333 in the 2002 Intercontinental Cup and fielded .909 as Italy's shortstop but still was named the Cup's All-Star shortstop, beating out Eduardo Paret and Tony Pena Jr. most notably. Igor hit .360/.394/.468 in 2003. He was 8th in average, between Davide Rigoli and Daniele Frignani. In the 2003 European Championship, he hit just .212/.278/.273 as the shortstop for the Bronze Medal winners. He was only 2 for 19 with a triple and a walk in the 2003 Baseball World Cup while making one error as Italy's starting third baseman; his backup was Giuseppe Mazzanti.
In 2004, the veteran put up a .295/.391/.392 batting line and stole a career-high 14 bases in 19 tries. He was 2 for 7 with a walk in the 2004 Haarlem Baseball Week and 1 for 9 with six strikeouts in the 2004 Olympics. In the Olympics, he was a utility infielder, backing up Davide Dallospedale at second, Seth La Fera at short and Mazzanti at third. When Italy won Silver in the 2005 European Championship, he was 1 for 6, backing up La Fera at short and Giovanni Pantaleoni at third.
Schiavetti hit .285/.346/.341 in 2005, .278/.324/.337 in 2006 and only .196/.270/.238 in 2007. With Nettuno back in the finals for the first time in five years after making it annually for a long time, Igor hit .458/.480/.500 but Nettuno fell to Grosseto. In 2008, Igor rebounded to .339/.406/.409, but fell to .200 in the postseason. He was 3 for 18 with two walks in the 2008 European Cup. The next year, his 17th with Nettuno, he was 7 for 53 with two doubles and three walks. He starred in the Nettuno phase of the 2009 European Cup, hitting .368/.455/.474 then was 1 for 8 in the Cup's Barcelona phase as Nettuno won the title.
After 745 games in Italy's top loop (through 2009), Schiavetti had hit .289/.362/.376.