|Height:||5'5" (1.65 m)|
|Weight:||105 lbs (47.6 kg)|
|Occupation(s):||Student at Lafayette School|
|Aliases:||Big V (Hugh)|
|Education:||Théodore Lafayette School|
|“||Samuel Judah Vanderbilt, born on September 15, 2000 in Pritchett, Colorado, moved here when my dad freaked out because my mom disappeared, when she just went to Asia to study snakes for a few months.||”|
Samuel Judah "Sam" Vanderbilt (born September 15, 2000 in Pritchett, Colorado) is a Little League player for the Cincinnati Reds. He lives with his cousin, Nathaniel O'Sullivan, his sister, Amber, and his twin brother, Dustin, in Boston, Massachusetts.
Samuel Vanderbilt, and his twin brother Dustin, was born on September 15, 2000 in Pritchett, Colorado. His dad, Edward, was an ornothologist. Edward's wife, Isabelle, disappeared about a year after the twins' birth. A week later, a Pritchett citizen told him that every year, about ten people disappeared from Pritchett. Edward, according to Dustin, "went crazy", and he decided to move out of Pritchett. A few years later, Edwin found out that she had just gone to Asia for a few months to study snakes. When she came back, Edwin and the twins were gone.
On November 5, 2005, with Isabelle, they moved to Boston. The twins made the Houston Astros in the BLL. In 2009, they were traded to the Toronto Blue Jays for Nicholas Gardella. After two seasons with the Blue Jays, they were traded to the Cincinnati Reds for John Peralta. The Reds won the World Series in 2012, the Reds' second ever, making the Vanderbilt twins the only people to ever win championships in all four sports (hockey, baseball, basketball, and football) in one season.
- Original names for this character included Samuel Vector, Samuel Vergara, Samuel Vidrine, and Samuel Van Dyke.