1 COCO CRISP 4 OUTFIELDER Height/Weight: 5-10 / 185 Bats/Throws: Switch / Right Birthdate: November 1, 1979 Opening Day Age: 36 Birthplace/Resides: Los Angeles, California / Rancho Mirage, California Major League Service: 12 years, 158 days Obtained: Re-signed as a free agent, January 5, 2012 Contract Status: Fifth year of a five-year contract through 2016 with a vesting option for 2017 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Has played for four different teams in 14 Major League seasons is a.268 career hitter with Cleveland ( ), Boston ( ), Kansas City (2009) and Oakland ( ) has 299 career stolen bases has been successful in 162-of- 188 (86.2%) stolen base attempts in an Oakland uniform, which is the best percentage in Athletics history ranks fourth in Oakland history and 10th in Athletics history in steals has led off the game with a home run 15 times in his career, including 13 with the A s, which is second most in Oakland history and tied for third in Athletics history behind Rickey Henderson (43) and Eddie ATHLETICS CAREER STOLEN BASE PERCENTAGE LEADERS PLAYER SB SBA SB% 1. Coco Crisp ( ) % 2. Stan Javier ( ) % 3. Rajai Davis ( ) % 4. Rickey Henderson ( ) % 5. Davey Lopes ( ) % Jose Tartabull ( ) % (min. 75 stolen base attempts) Joost (19) had career highs in home runs (22) and runs (93) with the A s in 2013 tied for the American League lead in stolen bases in 2011 (49) after topping the majors in stolen base percentage (91.4%) in 2010 stole 28 bases with Boston in 2007 to help the Red Sox to the World Championship and hit.281 (16 for 57) in 20 games over two postseasons with Boston ( ) went 153 games and 429 total chances between errors from July 21, 2006 at Seattle to Aug. 7, 2007 at Los Angeles to establish a Boston record for consecutive errorless chances by an outfielder HIGHLIGHTS Was limited to just 44 games due to two stints on the disabled list and batted a career-low.175 also had the lowest on-base percentage (.252) and slugging percentage (.222) of his career and his games played were his fewest since his rookie campaign of 2002 (32) did not homer for the first time in his career and has a career-high tying 66-game homerless streak (also Sept. 12, 2002-Aug. 5, 2003) has not homered since Aug. 27, 2014 at Houston stole two bases to bring his career total to 299 had his streak of 12 consecutive seasons with 10 or more steals come to an end is now 162-for-188 (86.2%) in six seasons with Oakland, which is the best percentage in Athletics history the 162 stolen bases rank fourth in Oakland history and 10th in Athletics history was not hit by a pitch for the fourth consecutive season and his streak of 520 consecutive games without a hit by pitch is the longest active streak in the majors it is the longest streak by an Athletic since at least 1913 has been hit by a pitch just five times in 6129 career plate appearances in Major League history, the only player with more plate appearances and five or fewer hit by pitches is Sammy West, who was hit five times in 6972 plate appearances from was last hit by a pitch May 9, 2011 at Texas (C.J. Wilson) the switch-hitter batted.200 (8-for-40) against left-handed pitching,.163 (14-for-86) against right-handers hit.250 during the day,.144 at night had a.111 batting average with runners in scoring position and two outs and.121 when leading off an inning was 6-for-15 (.400) with two walks and four RBI as a pinch hitter tied for fourth in the American League in pinch hits has a.387 (12-for-31) average as a pinch hitter with the Athletics, which is second best in Oakland history among pinch hitters with at least 30 plate appearances (McGwire,.393) is 13-for-40 (.325) with 10 walks (.460 on-base percentage) in the pinch in his career appeared exclusively in left field on defense where he played in 37 games, including 27 starts did not commit an error in 52 total chances. 96 > 2016 OAKLAND ATHLETICS MEDIA GUIDE
2 OAKLAND: Began the season on the 15-day disabled after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow April 3 the surgery was performed by Dr. Jon Dickinson at Presidio Surgery Center in San Francisco the procedure involved the removal of two loose bodies and a debridement of the elbow joint went 2-for-8 (.250) on a two-game rehab assignment with Single-A Stockton May 3-4 and was reinstated from the DL May 6 after missing 28 games started the season 0-for-26, which extended his hitless streak to 39 at bats dating back to Sept. 26, 2014 that was the second longest hitless streak in Oakland history (40, Jose Canseco, Aug. 8-23, 1986) it surpassed his previous career high of 23 (twice, last: May 21-June 1, 2008) snapped the hitless streak with a fifth inning infield single May 13 against Boston batted.044 in May, which was the lowest batting average by a Major Leaguer in a month with 50 or more plate appearances since at least 1914 the previous low was.060 by Joe Morgan with Philadelphia in July, 1983 and.060 by Rocco Baldelli with Tampa Bay in May, 2007 was placed on the DL a second time May 20 with a cervical strain and missed 65 games went 4-for-19 (.211) on a five-game rehab assignment with Stockton from July 27 to Aug. 1, which included a two-homer game against Modesto July 28 was reinstated from the DL Aug. 3 and hit.247 in 31 games following his return singled Aug. 13 at Toronto to snap a 0-for-36 streak on the road dating back to 2014 fell two short of the Oakland record for longest road hitless streak (38, Chris Carter, Aug. 9-Sept. 29, 2010) recorded four hits and three doubles Aug. 14 at Baltimore it was his 14th career four-hit game (last: Sept. 27, 2013) and his third career three-double game (last: June 25, 2008) the three doubles tied an Oakland record (26th time, last: Hideki Matsui, Sept. 4, 2011 vs. Seattle) drove in his first run of the season that day against the Orioles, snapping a season-opening 22-game streak without an RBI that was the longest such streak by an Athletic since Bill Almon had a 27-game streak in 1984 also snapped a 26-game streak without an RBI overall, which matched the longest such streak by an Athletic over the last 18 years (Rajai Davis, Sept. 10, 2008-June 4, 2009) started just one of the A s final 32 games beginning Aug. 30 went 7-for-23 (.304) in 15 games total over that stretch, including 6-for-12 (.500) as a pinch hitter had four consecutive pinch hits from Aug. 30 to Sept. 7 made his final start Sept. 9 against Houston and went 0-for ATHLETICS CAREER 2014 Batted.246 in 126 games but added a career-high 66 walks for a.336 on-base percentage stole 19 bases, which marked his 12th consecutive season with 10 or more stolen bases ranked third in the American League in at bats per grounded into double play (154.3) batted.239 with a.337 on-base percentage and.384 slugging percentage over his first 40 games,.363 with a.451 on-base percentage and.540 slugging percentage over his next 32 games from May 29 to July 8 and.189 with a.272 on-base percentage and.255 slugging percentage over his final 54 games hit.291 with seven home runs, 31 RBI and 16 stolen bases in 73 games before the All-Star Break compared to.191 with two home runs, 16 RBI and three stolen bases in 53 games after the break had the lowest post-asb slugging percentage in the AL (.258) and the fifth lowest batting average appeared exclusively in center field on defense where he played 111 games, including 101 starts did not have an assist his games played were the most in the majors, the most in Athletics history and 10th most in ML history among outfielders with no assists also hit.185 in 12 games as the designated hitter and was 2-for-7 (.286) with four walks as a pinch hitter tied for fourth in the AL in pinch walks the switch-hitter batted.256 against right-handed pitching compared to.227 against left-handers hit.274 in Oakland,.218 on the road had the sixth lowest road batting average in the AL made each of his 113 starts batting leadoff, which led the A s led AL leadoff hitters in walks (62) led off an inning with a walk 23 times, which was the most in the AL led off the game with a home run twice was not hit by a pitch for the third consecutive season collected two bases loaded triples and now has three with the A s, which is an Oakland record has four in his career had the eighth highest percentage of pitches taken in the AL (60.8%) was on his 10th Opening Day roster ( , 11-14), his fourth straight with the A s, and made his ninth career Opening Day start, his fourth straight with the A s hit his first career game-ending home run April 3 against Seattle committed his first error of the season April 18 against Houston, snapping a 145-game errorless streak, which was fifth longest in Oakland history by an outfielder it was his first error since Aug. 23, 2012 had his first two-steal game of the season April 21 against Texas was batting.278 with a.393 on-base percentage over his first 22 games through the end of April had seven steals but stole just 12 bases over his final 104 contests his second at bat May 18 at Cleveland was the 5000th of his career had a season-high 11-game hitting streak from May 26 to June 7 went 15-for-39 (.385) with 10 runs, five doubles and a home run during the streak had a walk-off RBI single June 21 against Boston it was his fifth regular season walk-off RBI with the A s and the seventh of his career batted.346 with three home runs and 13 RBI in 22 games in June, his best single-month average of 2014 led 2016 OAKLAND ATHLETICS MEDIA GUIDE < 97
3 off the game with a home run July 2 at Detroit missed eight games from July 27 to Aug. 3 with a strained neck and went 5-for-43 (.116) over his first 12 games following his return led off the game with a home run for a second time Aug. 22 against Los Angeles (AL) did not steal a base in August, which marks the first time in his career he did not steal a base in a month in which he played at least four games missed five games from Aug. 30 to Sept. 3 with a strained neck stole two bases Sept. 6 against Houston, his 33rd career multi-steal game matched his season-high with three walks Sept. 25 at Texas the second walk was the 500th of his career grounded into a double play Sept. 26 at Texas, snapping an Oakland record streak of 414 consecutive at bats without a GIDP broke the previous mark of 390 by Reggie Jackson from Aug. 27, 1974 to July 5, 1975 ATHLETICS CONSECUTIVE STOLEN BASES, NO CAUGHT STEALING 36 Coco Crisp, July 16, 2011-June 19, Stan Javier, May 31-October 1, Mitchell Page, April 10-Aug. 13, Bert Campaneris, July 10-Sept. 11, Don Baylor, May 7-June 22, Coco Crisp, July 24-Sept. 13, Rickey Henderson, July 15-Aug. 21, Davey Lopes, July 11, 1983-June 26, Rickey Henderson, July 12-Aug. 2, Rickey Henderson, May 16-Aug. 11, 1992 it was the longest streak by an Athletic since Bert Campaneris set the franchise record with a streak of 440 from June 2, 1965 to April 26, 1966 it was his first GIDP since April 22 against Texas had another GIDP two days later went 2-for-6 in the Wild Card game at Kansas City Sept. 30 and started all 11 of the A s postseason games from in center field (13-for-46,.283) Hit a career-high 22 home runs and stole 21 bases to become the 10th player in Athletics history with 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases in a season is the first since Ruben Sierra in 1993 and it has happened a total of 13 times was one of just two American Leaguers to do it in 2013 (Trout, LAA) the home runs doubled his total of 11 from 2012 and were six more than his previous best (16 in 2005) also had career highs in runs (93) and sacrifice flies (8) and his 47 extra base hits were his second best total (62 in 2005) tied for fifth in the AL in sacrifice flies and ranked sixth in runs led the A s in runs, stolen bases and sacrifice flies batted.261 in 131 games slugged.444, which was his highest mark since 2005 all 22 of his home runs came batting first in the order, which was the most in the majors and tied for third most in Athletics history only Rickey Henderson (28 in 1990) and Eddie Joost (23 in 1949) hit more made all 127 of his starts batting leadoff 20 of his home runs came while playing center field, which were the most by an A s center fielder since Dave Henderson had 25 in 1991 led off the game with a home run five times, which tied for the fourth highest single season total in Athletics history 13 of his 22 home runs gave the A s the lead, which ranked eighth in the majors started all five games of the ALDS against Detroit in center field and hit a team-leading.389 stole 20 or more bases for the fourth time in four seasons with the A s is the fourth player in Oakland history with four or more 20-steal seasons (Henderson 14, Bert Campaneris 9, Billy North 4) stole 13 bases over his first 46 games through June 8 but then swiped just eight bags over his final 85 contests was successful in 21- of-26 (80.8%) stolen bases attempts appeared exclusively in center field on defense where he played in 110 games, including 107 starts did not commit an error and was one of five qualifying (108 or more games) Major League outfielders to go errorless in 2013 led ML outfielders in total chances per nine innings (3.03), which was the best mark by an A s outfielder since 1992 (Willie Wilson, 3.54) his 309 total chances were second most in the AL among outfielders with no errors (Markakis, BAL 319) they were also second most in Athletics history among outfielders with no errors (Stan Javier, 335 in 1995) also hit.250 in 20 starts at designated hitter batted.301 with 42 runs scored, eight home runs and 24 RBI over his first 50 games through June 15,.187 with 16 runs scored, two home runs and 16 RBI over his next 47 games from June 16 to Aug. 19 and.304 with 35 runs scored, 12 home runs and 26 RBI over his final 34 contests beginning Aug. 21 the switch-hitter batted.286 with 16 home runs against right-handed pitching compared to.218 with six home runs against left-handers made his eighth career Opening Day Start April 1 against Seattle hit.392 with 18 runs scored and five home runsduring a season-best 12-game hitting streak from April 3-19 scored a run in each of the first eight games during the streak led off the game with a home run April 5 at Houston, which was the first of five times he led off the game with a home run in 2013 homered and doubled in all three games at Houston April 5-7 to become the second player in Oakland history with both a double and a home run in three consecutive games (Matt Stairs, Aug , 1997) homered in a career-high four consecutive games from April 5-9 is the first Athletic leadoff hitter to homer in four straight games since Wally Moses (July 21-23, 1937) had the fourth walk-off sacrifice bunt in Oakland history April 28 against Baltimore finished April with 24 runs scored, which ranked second in the AL and set an Oakland record for runs in 98 > 2016 OAKLAND ATHLETICS MEDIA GUIDE
4 April was batting.283 with a.388 on-base percentage in 24 games when he was placed on the 15-day disabled list May 1 retroactive to April 30 with a strained left hamstring it was his seventh career stint on the DL, his fourth with the A s was reinstated from the DL May 15 and hit.320 with 18 runs scored over his first 26 games through June 15 had a career-high tying four hits June 3 at Milwaukee also had four-hit games Aug. 23 at Baltimore and Sept. 27 at Seattle his seventh inning RBI single July 13 against Boston was the 500th RBI of his career homered in three straight games Aug and Aug. 31-Sept. 2 to become the third player in Oakland history to homer in three straight games three or more times in one season (Jason Giambi, 4 times in 2001; Mark McGwire, three times in 1992, 1996 and 1997) hit his 100th career home run Aug. 26 at Detroit, a solo shot off Anibal Sanchez in the third inning homered eight times over a 14-game span from Aug. 21 to Sept. 4 and batted.351 with 17 runs and 14 RBI over that span logged an extra base hit in seven consecutive contests from Aug. 31 to Sept. 6 (two doubles, one triple, four home runs), which fell one short of the Oakland record had seven home runs and 19 RBI in 24 games in September tied for the AL lead in home runs and runs scored (23) in September and tied for third in RBI the home runs were his most in a month had three hits in Game 3 and four in Game 4 of the ALDS the four hits tied the Athletics record for hits in a postseason game (11th time) joins Carney Lansford (1990 ALCS Games 1 and 2) and Bert Campaneris (1973 World Series Game 7 and 1974 ALCS Game 1) as the only players in Athletics postseason history with backto-back three-hit games also tied Athletics postseason records with three walks in Game 1 and two doubles in Game 3 agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension through the 2016 season with a vesting option for 2017 on Feb. 7, ATHLETICS 2012 Batted.259 with 11 home runs, 46 RBI and a team-leading 39 stolen bases in 120 games it was his third career 30-steal season the only other players in Oakland history with three or more 30-steal seasons are Rickey Henderson (13), Bert Campaneris (8) and Billy North (4) the steals were second only to his career-high 49 in 2011 ranked fourth in the American League in stolen bases and fifth in stolen base percentage (90.7%) the stolen base percentage was third best in Oakland history at the time 14 of his steals were of third base, which was second most in the AL also ranked third in the AL in batting with runners in scoring position (.367) and tied for sixth with a career-high tying seven triples hit 11 home runs, the first time he reached double figures since 2005 batted.172 over his first 38 games through June 13 was moved to the leadoff spot June 14 and made each of his final 78 starts batting leadoff hit.296 in 82 games total over that span was batting.236 with five doubles, two triples, three home runs and 18 RBI in 60 games before the All-Star Break (.318 slugging percentage) then hit.281 with 20 doubles, five triples, eight home runs and 28 RBI in 60 games after the break (.511 slugging percentage) tied for the AL lead in triples and stolen bases (23) after the break, tied for sixth in doubles and tied for 10th in extra base hits (33) was 10th in the AL with a.308 batting average during the day the switch-hitter batted.265 against right-handed pitching compared to.248 against left-handers all four of his caught stealings came against left-handed pitchers 10 of his 11 home runs were solo shots batted.321 with seven stolen bases in interleague play tied for fourth in interleague stolen bases made 15 of his first 17 starts in left field before going on the DL May 4 then made 93 of his final 94 starts in center field following his return overall, he made 94 starts in center field, 15 in left field and two at designated hitter made a team-leading 81 starts batting leadoff was the A s 13th different Opening Day starter in left field in the last 13 years had 203 career starts in left entering the season, but none since October 2, 2005 made his first error April 7 against Seattle, snapping a 116-game errorless streak was batting.194 in 18 games when he was placed on the 15-day disabled list May 4 retroactive to May 3 with an inner ear infection was reinstated from the DL May 21 was moved to the leadoff spot in the batting order June 14 at Colorado and batted.346 with a.404 on-base percentage over a 32-game stretch through July 27 stole three bases June 19 against Los Angeles (NL) it was his fifth career game of three or more steals, his fourth with the A s in Oakland history, only Rickey Henderson (45) and Bert Campaneris (10) have more three-steal games also made his first error of the season as a center fielder in that game, snapping a 136-game errorless streak as a center fielder had his Athletics record streak of 36 consecutive stolen bases without a caught stealing end June 21 against Los Angeles (NL) it was his first caught stealing since July 10, 2011 at Texas led off the game with a home run June 27 at Seattle and did it again six days later against Boston July 3 also had the game-ending RBI against the Red Sox, a sacrifice fly is the first Athletic with a leadoff home run and walk-off RBI in the same game since Rickey Henderson did it against Chicago Aug. 12, 1992 had his second game-ending RBI July 22 against New York, a RBI single in the 12th inning to complete the A s four-game sweep of the Yankees had his third career two-homer game July 25 at Toronto batted.342 in July, which ranked eighth in the AL had his second walk-off sacrifice fly Aug OAKLAND ATHLETICS MEDIA GUIDE < 99
5 3 against Toronto is the second player in Oakland history with two walk-off sacrifice flies in one season (Rickey Henderson, 1992) had a career-high tying five RBI Aug. 19 against Cleveland led off the game with a home run Sept. 28 against Seattle went 4-for-5 against the Mariners the next day, matching his career high in hits started all five games in center field in the ALDS against the Tigers and hit.182 with a home run and two RBI led off the series with a home run off Justin Verlander in Game 1 at Detroit, the fourth leadoff home run in Athletics postseason history had a walk-off single in Game 4 in Oakland to lift the A s to a 4-3 win and even the series at Appeared in 136 games with the A s after playing in just 124 games over the previous two seasons batted.264 with eight home runs and 54 RBI stole a career-high 49 bases, which tied for the American League lead (Gardner, NYY) became the first Athletic to lead the league in steals since Rickey Henderson had 66 in 1998 is the 10th player (26th time) in Oakland history to steal 40 bases in a season was caught stealing just nine times and his stolen base percentage of 84.5 was third best in the AL was a perfect 23 for 23 after the All-Star Break 21 of his steals came in the seventh inning or later, which led the majors and was the most by an Athletic since Henderson had 23 in came as a center fielder, which is the most by an Athletic since Bill North had 66 of his 75 steals in 1976 while playing center ranked second in the AL with 11 steals of third base in addition to stolen bases, he also led the A s in at bats (531) and hits (140) and tied for the team lead in runs scored (69) the hits were second fewest in Oakland history by a team-leader in a non-strike season (Dave Revering, 136 in 1979) struck out just 65 times and his average of 8.97 plate appearances per strikeout was 10th best in the AL averaged 3.46 pitches per plate appearance, which was seventh lowest in the AL the switch-hitter batted.289 against right-handed pitching compared to.211 against left-handers hit.323 with runners in scoring position and two outs appeared exclusively in center field on defense where he played in 133 games, including 130 starts committed just one error in 324 chances for a.997 fielding percentage, which ranked third among AL outfielders started 61 games in the leadoff spot, 45 hitting second and 24 batting third went a career-high 24 consecutive games without a walk from April 3 to May 5 singled off Phil Humber to lead off the game June 12 in Chicago for his 1,000th career hit his double in the eighth inning July 24 at New York was the 200th of his career played in the 1000th game of his career July 27 against Tampa Bay stole two bases July 30 and three July 31, both against Minnesota is the first Athletic with five steals over a two-game stretch since Rickey Henderson also had five May 9-10, 1992 against New York his second stolen base on the 31st was the 200th of his career the three stolen bases matched his career-high until Aug. 6 when he stole four bases at Tampa Bay those were the most steals by an Athletic since Rickey Henderson also had four Oct. 5, 1991 against Texas missed six games with a strained right calf, Aug was a perfect 4-for-4 with two home runs and five RBI Aug. 24 at New York and matched his career highs in all three categories homered from both side of the plate for the first time in his career is just the fifth player (ninth time) in Athletics history to homer from both sides of the plate in the same game stole a base in six consecutive games from Sept that was the longest streak of his career and the longest by an Athletic since Rickey Henderson also had a six-game streak, Aug , 1989 tied for the AL lead in September steals (11) despite appearing in just 18 games Had his season interrupted by injury three times, but when healthy, he posted some of the best numbers on the team hit.279 with eight home runs, 38 RBI and 32 stolen bases in 75 games tied for ninth in the American League in stolen bases and had the second highest stolen base total in AL history among players who appeared in fewer than 80 games (Alex Cole had 40 steals in 63 games with Cleveland in 1990) was caught stealing just three times for a Major League-leading stolen base percentage of 91.4% that was the second best mark in Oakland history to Stan Javier in 1988 (20 for 21, 95.2%) the switch hitter batted.329 with a.570 slugging percentage against left-handed pitching,.261 with a.389 slugging percentage against right-handers batted.300 or better every month except July when he batted.191 hit.239 in 36 games through Aug. 6 and.316 over his final 39 games started 74 games, including 73 in center field and one at designated hitter made 73 of his starts batting leadoff was placed on the 15-day disabled list April 3 with a fractured left pinky, an injury suffered April 2 at San Francisco in a spring training game was reinstated May 21 and started two games in center field before straining his right intercostal muscle was placed on the 15-day DL for a second time May 26, retroactive to May 23 went 5-for-5 with five RBI June 18 against Salt Lake during a six-game rehab assignment with Sacramento was reinstated from the DL June 22 drove in a run in each of his first three games with the A s became the third player in Oakland history with an RBI in at least each of his first three games with the club scored or drove in at least one run in 13 consecutive games from 100 > 2016 OAKLAND ATHLETICS MEDIA GUIDE
6 June 25 to July 10, which equaled the fourth longest such streak in Oakland history stole 27 bases in 57 games after the break, which was second most in the majors was ejected from the game July 20 against Boston in the 10th inning by home plate umpire Bob Davidson scored the 500th run of his career in the first inning Aug. 21 against Tampa Bay stole six bases in the three-game series against Boston, Sept , which were the most by an Athletic in a three-game series since Rickey Henderson stole six against New York, May 8-10, 1992 had a streak of 24 consecutive stolen bases without being caught from July 24 to Sept. 13 fractured his left pinky sliding into third base Sept. 18 at Minnesota and missed the remainder of the season Batted.228 with 29 walks and 13 stolen bases in 49 games with Kansas City in a season that ended in mid-june due to injuries was tied for the Major League lead with five triples and tied for seventh in the American League in stolen bases when he was placed on the 15-day disabled list June 14 posted 14 extra-base hits with 22 runs scored through May 7 with the Royals going had just two extra-base hits and eight runs in his final 21 games of the season while playing with his injured shoulders the Royals, beginning May 8, posted a record the remainder of the season made all 49 of his starts with the Royals in center field hit leadoff 47 times equaled his career high with four walks May 5 against Chicago was placed on the bereavement list June 1 and reinstated June 4 was placed on the 15-day DL with a right rotator cuff strain June 14 retroactive to June 13 had surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder June 24 was transferred to the 60-day DL July 2 and had surgery on his left shoulder later that month missed the remainder of the season ATHLETICS 2008 Turned it on down the stretch to help the Red Sox to the AL Wild Card and a berth in the American League Championship Series in his final season with Boston started the season fairly slow and was hitting.252 through July 31 proceeded to hit.341 in the months of August and September and then.417 in seven postseason games tied for fourth in the AL with 10 bunt hits stole 20 bases, becoming the first Red Sox player since Ellis Burks ( ) to record 20 or more steals in his first three seasons with the club served a five-game suspension from June 28-July 2 for his role in Boston s on-field incident with Tampa Bay June 5 at Fenway Park had 1 hit in 4 at bats in the Red Sox ALDS win over Los Angeles turned it on in the ALCS against Tampa Bay, hitting.450 (9 for 20) with two doubles, an RBI and four walks in five games recorded the game-tying hit with a two-out single in the eighth inning of Game 5 at Boston the hit capped a historic comeback from a 7-0 deficit for the Red Sox, who won the game, Rebounded from an injury-plagued 2006 season to start 137 games in center for the World Champion Red Sox committed just one error in 416 total chances for a.998 fielding percentage, the sixth-best mark among center fielders in Major League history at the time (min. 400 total chances) went 153 games and 429 chances between errors from July 21, 2006 to Aug. 7, 2007 established a Red Sox outfielder record for consecutive errorless chances led the club with seven triples finished among the AL leaders in sac bunts (t-7th), triples (t-9th), bunt hits (t-5th) and steals (9th) collected his first career two-home run game June 18 at Atlanta hit his second career grand slam and equaled his career-best with five RBI July 5 vs. Tampa Bay started all three of the Red Sox ALDS games and the first five ALCS games suffered a bruised right knee hitting the wall to catch Casey Blake s fly ball for the final out of Game 7 of the ALCS, sending the Red Sox to the World Series went 1 for 2 with a run scored in the World Series vs. Colorado, seeing action in 3 of the 4 games Played in just 105 games in his first season with Boston as he was bothered by a left index finger fracture suffered in the first week of the regular season began the season as the Red Sox leadoff man and led the team in steals while tying for first in sacrifice bunts suffered a broken finger in his fifth game of the season April 8 at Baltimore on a stolen base attempt of third missed 41 games before being reinstated May 28 the finger continued to bother him the rest of the season and he underwent surgery Sept. 26 missed the remainder of the season Established career highs in batting (.300), hits (178) and doubles (42) in his final year with Cleveland led the American League with 13 sacrifice bunts and ranked among the league leaders in doubles (t-5th), bunts in play (t-3rd), hitting vs. right-handed pitchers (.324, 5th) and road average (.323, 5th) had an inside-the-park home run July 4 vs. Detroit was named AL Player of the Week for Sept hit.517 (15-for-29) with three home runs, seven RBI and eight runs scored during the week was on the disabled list from May 18 to June 1 with a sprained right 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7 2004 Made his first Opening Day roster with the Indians turned it on after a slow start and ranked ninth in the American League with a.318 batting average after the All-Star Break hit his first career grand slam July 27 vs. Detroit drove in a career-high 71 runs posted hitting streaks of 14 (July 27- Aug. 13) and 12 (June 11-22) games Opened the season with Triple-A Buffalo and was leading the International League in hitting (.360), hits (81) and runs scored (42) when he was recalled to Cleveland June 10 spent the remainder of the season at the big league level ranked among American League rookie leaders in triples (3rd), stolen bases (3rd), batting average (6th) and runs (7th) put 37 bunts in play, third overall in the AL hit.400 during a 13-game hitting streak from July 18 to 31 and batted.351 overall in 26 July games Had his contract selected from Double-A Akron Aug. 14 and made his Major League debut the next day collected his first ML hit Aug. 16 at Anaheim off John Lackey was sent to Triple-A Buffalo Aug. 30 to play in the International League playoffs but returned to the Indians after seven games hit his first ML home run Sept. 11 vs. Toronto off Scott Wiggins began the season in the Cardinals organization and hit.301 in 89 games with Double-A New Haven played for Aguilas in the Dominican Winter League following the season Earned St. Louis Cardinals Minor League Player of the Year honors and was a Carolina League All-Star after a stellar season with Single-A Potomac led the Carolina League in hits (162), total bases (224), games played (139) and at bats (530), ranked second in runs scored (80) and stolen bases (39) and was third in batting (.306) Split the season between short season Single-A New Jersey and Single-A Peoria began the year in extended spring training making the conversion to an outfielder after playing exclusively at second base during his first pro campaign in 1999 combined to steal 32 bases in 38 attempts between the stops appeared in 52 games in the outfield and four at second base Began his professional career as a second baseman for Johnson City in the Cardinals organization ranked fourth in the Appalachian League in stolen bases (27) committed 24 errors in 64 games at second base. PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS Covelli Loyce Crisp was originally signed by St. Louis scout Chuck Fick has three children, daughter, Amailee, and sons Caden and Collin as a youngster, his great grandmother Wilda Smith called him Co his sister, Sheileah, and godbrother, Marcus, inspired by the character and the name on the Coco Krispies cereal box, lengthened his nickname to Coco was Covelli until the 2002 season when the Coco nickname stuck graduated from Inglewood (CA) High School and attended Pierce Junior College in Los Angeles played third base in high school participated in the MLB RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) Program as a youth was inducted into the RBI League Hall of Fame in 2006 and the Pierce JC Hall of Fame in 2012 narrated an ESPN special on the MLB RBI Program in August, 2007 named recipient of the 2013 Jim Catfish Hunter Award, which honors an A s player whose play on the field and conduct in the clubhouse best exemplifies the courageous, competitive and inspirational spirit demonstrated by the late Hall of Fame pitcher. OAKLAND A S OLDEST ALL-STARS 40 years, 53 days Bartolo Colón, years, 285 days Dennis Eckersley, years, 279 days Dennis Eckersley, years, 280 days Dennis Eckersley, years, 198 days Grant Balfour, years, 128 days Steve Ontiveros, years, 283 days Dennis Eckersley, > 2016 OAKLAND ATHLETICS MEDIA GUIDE
8 LIFETIME PLAYING RECORD Year Club AVG. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 1999 Johnson City New Jersey Peoria Potomac New Haven Akron CLEVELAND Buffalo Buffalo CLEVELAND CLEVELAND CLEVELAND BOSTON Pawtucket BOSTON BOSTON KANSAS CITY Stockton OAKLAND Sacramento OAKLAND OAKLAND OAKLAND OAKLAND Stockton OAKLAND ML Totals ATHLETICS CAREER TRANSACTIONS 1999 Selected by the St. Louis Cardinals organization in the 7th round of the free agent draft Traded to the Cleveland Indians as the player to be named later in the July 19 trade in which Cleveland traded pitcher Chuck Finley for outfielder Luis Garcia, August On disabled list, May 18 to June Traded to the Boston Red Sox with pitcher David Riske and catcher Josh Bard for pitcher Guillermo Mota, infielder Andy Marte, catcher Kelly Shoppach, cash considerations and a player to be named later, January 27. On disabled list, April 9 to May 27; included rehabilitation assignment to Pawtucket, May On suspended list, June 28 to July 2. Traded to the Kansas City Royals for pitcher Ramon Ramirez, November On disabled list, June 13 to end of season. Elected free agency, November 9; signed by the Oakland Athletics, December On disabled list, April 3 to May 20; included rehabilitation assignment to Stockton, May 18 to 20. On disabled list, May 23 to June 21; included rehabilitation assignment to Sacramento, June 15 to Elected free agency, October Re-signed by Oakland, January 5. On disabled list, May 3 to On the disabled list, April 30 to May On the disabled list, April 4 to May 5; included rehabilitation assignment to Stockton, May 1 to 5. On the disabled list, May 20 to August 2; included rehabilitation assignment to Stockton, July 27 to August 2. WILD CARD RECORD Year Club/Opp. AVG. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 2014 OAK vs. KC DIVISION SERIES RECORD Year Club/Opp. AVG. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 2007 BOS vs. LAA BOS vs. LAA OAK vs. DET OAK vs. DET Totals LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD Year Club/Opp. AVG. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 2007 BOS vs. CLE BOS vs. TB Totals OAKLAND ATHLETICS MEDIA GUIDE < 103
9 VS. THE AMERICAN LEAGUE 2015 CAREER AVG. AB H HR RBI vs. TEAM AVG. AB H HR RBI Baltimore Boston Chicago Cleveland Detroit Houston Kansas City Los Angeles Minnesota New York Oakland Seattle Tampa Bay Texas Toronto VS. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE 2015 CAREER AVG. AB H HR RBI vs. TEAM AVG. AB H HR RBI Arizona Atlanta Chicago Cincinnati Colorado Los Angeles Miami Milwaukee New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh St. Louis San Diego San Francisco Washington MONTHLY BREAKDOWN 2015 CAREER AVG. AB H HR RBI by MONTH AVG. AB H HR RBI March April May June July August September October BATTING BREAKDOWN 2015 CAREER AVG. AB H HR RBI by CATEGORY AVG. AB H HR RBI Home Away Day Night Pre-ASG Post-ASG vs. LHP vs. RHP RISP Bases Loaded Pinch Hitter Designated Hitter BALLPARK BREAKDOWN AVG. AB H HR RBI Angel Stadium AT&T Park Busch Stadium Camden Yards Chase Field Citi Field Citizens Bank Park Comerica Park Coors Field Fenway Park Globe Life Arlington Great American Ball Park Kauffman Stadium Mall of America Field Marlins Park Miller Park Minute Maid Park O.co Coliseum Old Yankee Stadium PETCO Park PNC Park Progressive Field Rogers Centre Safeco Field Shea Stadium Sun Life Stadium Target Field Tokyo Dome Tropicana Field Turner Field U.S. Cellular Field Yankee Stadium FIELDING STATISTICS Outfield YEAR PCT. G PO A E TC DP Totals ATHLETICS 2016 OAKLAND ATHLETICS MEDIA GUIDE < 105
10 CRISP S CAREER HIGHS Hits: 4 (14 times), last: August 14, 2015 at Baltimore. Also had 4 hits in Game 4 of the 2013 ALDS at Detroit Home Runs: 2 (three times), July 25, 2012 at Toronto; August 24, 2011 at New York (AL); June 18, 2007 at Atlanta Runs Batted In: 5 (five times), last: August 19, 2012 vs. Cleveland Stolen Bases: 4, August 6, 2011 at Tampa Bay; 3 (four times), last: June 19, 2012 vs. Los Angeles (NL); 2 (28 times), last: September 6, 2014 vs. Houston Hitting Streak: 14, July 27 to August 13, 2004 Hitless Streak (At Bats): 39, September 26, 2014 to May 13, 2015 Game Ending RBI: 7, June 21, 2014 vs. Boston (single); April 3, 2014 vs. Seattle (home run); August 3, 2012 vs. Toronto (sacrifice fly); July 22, 2012 vs. New York-AL (single); July 3, 2012 vs. Boston (sacrifice fly); August 14, 2007 vs. Tampa Bay (single); May 1, 2004 vs Baltimore (single). Also had a single in Game 4 of the 2012 ALDS vs. Detroit Grand Slams: 2, July 5, 2007 vs. Tampa Bay (J.P. Howell); July 27, 2004 vs. Detroit (Gary Knotts) Pinch-Hit Home Runs: None. Inside-The-Park Home Runs: 1, July 4, 2005 vs. Detroit (Game 2) (Fernando Rodney) Lead Off Home Runs: 15, August 22, 2014 vs. Los Angeles-AL (Hector Santiago); July 2, 2014 at Detroit (Justin Verlander); September 1, 2013 vs. Tampa Bay (Jamey Wright); August 21, 2013 vs. Seattle (Hisashi Iwakuma); June 11, 2013 vs. New York-AL (CC Sabathia); June 3, 2013 at Milwaukee (Marco Estrada); April 5, 2013 at Houston (Brad Peacock); September 28, 2012 vs. Seattle (Blake Beavan); September 1, 2012 vs. Bostono (Felix Doubront); July 3, 2012 vs. Boston (Jon Lester); June 27, 2012 at Seattle (Kevin Millwood); April 20, 2011 vs. Boston (Clay Buchholz); September 6, 2010 vs. Seattle (Jason Vargas); August 18, 2003 vs. Tampa Bay (Rob Bell); August 6, 2003 vs. Seattle (Joel Pineiro). Also had a leadoff home run in Game 1 of the 2012 ALDS at Detroit (Justin Verlander) 106 > 2016 OAKLAND ATHLETICS MEDIA GUIDE
11 ANDREW MILLER 114 LHP HT: 6-7 WT: 205 BATS: L THROWS: L BIRTHDATE: 5/21/85 OPENING DAY AGE: 30 BIRTHPLACE: Gainesville, Fla. RESIDES: Tampa, Fla. COLLEGE: University of North Carolina M.L. SERVICE: 7 years, 62 days STATUS 4 Signed as a free agent on December 5, 2014, to a four-year contract, extending through the 2018 season. CAREER NOTES 4 Since becoming a full-time reliever in 2012, is with 37 saves and a 2.40 ERA (195.0IP, 119H, 52ER, 74BB, 302K) in 223 appearances among relievers with at least 100.0IP over the four-year stretch ( ), his ratio of K/9.0IP ranks third in the Majors and his 5.49 H/9.0IP is fifth. 4 Has made five career Opening Day rosters ( and 13-15) and one with the Yankees Went 3-2 with 36 saves (in 38 chances), a 2.04 ERA (61.2IP, 14ER) and 100K in 60 relief appearances in his first season as a closer opponents batted.151 (33-for- 218, 5HR); LH.233 (10-for-43, 1HR), RH.131 (23-for-175, 4HR) retired 46-of-60 first batters faced (76.7%) allowed just 1-of-12 inherited runners to score (8.3%). 4 Had an AL-best K/9.0IP ratio (61.2IP, 100K), the second-best mark among Major League relievers in 2015 ranked third among Major League relievers with 100K. Career Highlights Mariano Rivera AL Reliever of the Year Following the season, was named the 2015 Mariano Rivera American League Reliever of the Year, presented annually to the league s top relief pitcher as voted on by eight of Baseball s all-time great relievers (Mariano Rivera, Dennis Eckersley, Rollie Fingers, John Franco, Trevor Hoffman, Bruce Sutter, Lee Smith and Billy Wagner). 4 Reached the 100K plateau for the second straight season (103K in 2014 w/ Boston-69K and Baltimore- 34K) with Dellin Betances (131K), became the sixth bullpen duo all time (first since the 2004 Angels: Francisco Rodriguez-123K/Scot Shields-109K) and first Yankees duo with 100K each according to Elias, he and Betances became the first duo to finish with a league s top-two reliever strikeout totals since the 2009 A s (Michael Wuertz-102K/Andrew Bailey-91K). 4 Tied the Dodgers Kenley Jansen for third in the Majors and tops in the AL with a 94.7% save conversion rate (36 saves in 38 chances), trailing only the Pirates Mark Melancon (96.2%) and the Brewers Francisco Rodriguez (95.0%). 4 Is the fourth Yankees pitcher in the last four seasons to record at least 35 saves, joining David Robertson (39 in 2014), Mariano Rivera (44 in 2013) and Rafael Soriano (42 in 2012) according to Elias, the Yankees are the first Major League team since saves became an official stat in 1969 to have four different pitchers record at least 35 saves in four consecutive seasons. 4 Is the first Yankees left-hander to record at least 25 saves in a season since Dave Righetti reached the figure in seven consecutive seasons from is the third left-handed pitcher to record a 30-save season with the Yankees, joining Righetti (4x: 1984, 86-87, 90) and Sparky Lyle (1972). 4 Did not allow a run in his first 17G this season (17.2IP) from 4/8-5/16 according to Elias, was the longest such streak for any pitcher to begin his Yankees career, and the second-longest streak for a Yankees pitcher to begin a season (Lee Guetterman-19G in 1989) allowed 1-or-0 hits in each of those 17 games, becoming one of nine pitchers since 1914 and the only Yankee to hold his opponent scoreless while allowing no more than 1H in each of his first 17 games of a season his 31K were the most strikeouts by a pitcher prior to allowing his first run of the season in Yankees history (credit: Elias). 4 Became the third pitcher in Baseball history to allow three-or-fewer hits while pitching at least 15.0 innings over his first 15 games of a season (4/8-5/8, 15.2IP, 3H, 26K), joining the A s Ryan Cook in 2012 and the Dodgers Chris Withrow in 2014 (credit: Elias). 4 Is one of eight pitchers in Major League history (and the only Yankee) to record at least 13 saves in his team s first 30 games of a season became the first pitcher in Yankees history to earn at least eight saves in the club s first 20 games of a season and the second in team history with 10 saves in the club s first 25 games (Mariano Rivera, 10 saves through 25 team games in 2011). 4 Became the first pitcher in franchise history to convert each of his first 24 save chances with the club (4/8-8/6) credit: Elias since the inception of saves in 1969, was the third-longest save streak to begin a career with a new team and second-longest such streak by an AL pitcher (Brad Lidge - first 44 save chances with Philadelphia from and Willie Hernandez - first 32 save chances with Detroit in 1984) according to Elias, became just the second player to convert each of his first 10 save opportunities with the club, joining Tippy Martinez, who converted 10-of-10 saves over a three-year stretch with the Yankees from Made his Yankees debut in 4/8 win vs. Toronto, tossing a perfect ninth (1.0IP, 1K) for his first save of the season and second of his career (also 9/7/14 at Tampa Bay w/ Baltimore).
12 4 Became the first pitcher in Yankees history to record a save and at least 3K in three consecutive relief outings from 4/13-19 (4.0IP, 9K) the streak was the 15th of its kind in the Majors since saves became an official stat in 1969 and the first since the Dodgers Eric Gagne from 7/10-17/04 (also three games). 4 Recorded his 500th career strikeout (Rene Rivera, swinging) in 4/19 win at Tampa Bay. 4 Allowed a two-out, two-run walk-off HR in the 10th on 5/19 at Washington to suffer his first loss (0.2IP, 1H, 2ER, 1BB, 2K, 1HR) were the first runs allowed in 2015 after 17 consecutive scoreless appearances. 4 Allowed 2H and 1ER in 1.0IP (2K) to record the save in 6/2 win at Seattle the two-out, RBI single by Robinson Cano in the 11th inning marked his first earned run allowed in a save situation in his career (18.1IP) had permitted three unearned runs in a blown save on 6/23/13 at Detroit w/ Boston snapped a career-long streak of 32 games (9/6/14-5/30/15) with 1-or-0 hits allowed. 4 Was placed on the 15-day D.L. from 6/11 (retro. to 6/10)-7/8 with a left flexor forearm muscle strain (missed 25 games) in one rehab relief appearance w/ Triple-A Scranton/WB on 7/6, tossed 1.0 scoreless inning (2H, 1K). 4 Earned the save despite allowing a solo HR to Chris Davis in 7/22 win vs. Baltimore (1.0IP, 1H, 1ER, 2K, 1HR), just his second HR surrendered to a lefty batter over his last 96 batters faced since 5/15/14 (also on 9/23/14 w/ Baltimore to Brian McCann at Yankee Stadium) was his second outing in as many days and third in as many games. 4 Suffered his first blown save of the season in 8/11 loss at Cleveland, allowing 2ER in the 10th inning (1.0IP, 3H, 2ER, 2K) in an eventual 16-inning Yankees loss. 4 Did not allow a run over a 10-game stretch from 8/14-9/6, recording six saves and striking out 18 of his 37 batters faced (48.6%) over the span (10.0IP, 6H, 2BB, 1HP) earned his first Yankees win on 8/17 vs. Minnesota (1.0IP, 2K). 4 Tossed 2.0 perfect innings (4K) in 9/12 Game 1 loss vs. Toronto tossed 2.0 innings in three of his final nine appearances of the season (beginning 9/12 vs. Toronto-Game 1) had just one appearance of 2.0 innings over his first 51 games of the season from 4/8-9/7. 4 Struck out eight consecutive batters faced spanning three games from 9/12 (Game 1) vs. Toronto through 9/16 at Tampa Bay, marking the longest such streak by a Yankee since David Robertson had eight straight strikeouts in 2012 (credit: Elias). 4 Tossed a perfect ninth (1.0IP, 3K) in both 9/14 and 9/16 wins at Tampa Bay, earning the save in both games according to Elias, became the 10th pitcher in Baseball history and the first Yankee to earn the save while tossing at least 1.0 inning and striking out every batter faced in consecutive games. 4 Allowed 3H and 2ER in 2.0IP (2BB/1IBB, 4K, 2HR) while earning his third win on 9/22 at Toronto allowed a game-tying HR in the bottom of the ninth for his second blown save threw 42 pitches, his most in a relief appearance since 8/4/11 vs. Cleveland (71 pitches). 4 Tossed a perfect ninth inning (1.0IP, 2K) in the Yankees AL Wild Card Game loss vs. Houston on 10/ Combined with Boston and Baltimore to go 5-5 with one save and a 2.02 ERA (62.1IP, 14ER, 17BB, 103K) in 73 relief appearances produced career bests in strikeouts, ERA and games stranded 35-of-42 inherited runners (83.3%). 4 Led the AL and finished second in the Majors with a career-high K/9.0IP (Chapman-17.67) ranked eighth among Major League relievers with a 6.06 K/BB ratio finished third among AL relievers in opponents batting average (.153), fourth in strikeouts and tied for fifth in appearances. 4 Held opponents to a.153 batting average (33-for-216); LH.163 (15-for-92, 2HR), RH.145 (18-for-124, 1HR) also held opponents to a career-low.229 on-base percentage. 4 Began the season by making 50 appearances for Boston, going 3-5 with a 2.34 ERA (42.1IP, 11ER) stranded 24-of-26 inherited runners (92.3%) surrendered only one run in 26 games while pitching for the Red Sox at Fenway Park (23.0IP, 0.39 ERA), limiting opponents to a.105 batting average (8-for-76) in those games. 4 Acquired by Baltimore on 7/31 in exchange for LHP Eduardo Rodriguez went 2-0 with a 1.35 ERA (20.0IP, 8H, 3ER) in 23 appearances for the Orioles, striking out 34 batters with just 4BB. 4 Did not allow a hit in eight consecutive appearances from 7/25-8/7 (7.0IP, 4BB, 12K), setting a new career-long stretch (later matched on 4/29-5/16/15) allowed 0H in seven straight outings from 9/6-19 (5.2IP, 0BB, 14K). 4 Earned his first Major League save on 9/7 at Tampa Bay (1.0IP, 1HP). 4 In five scoreless playoff appearances in the ALDS vs. Detroit and ALCS vs. Kansas City, allowed only 3-of-24 batters to reach safely (7.1IP, 1H, 1BB, 1HP, 8K,.045 opp BA) Appeared in only 37 games with Boston due to a season-ending left foot injury suffered in July went 1-2 with a 2.64 ERA (30.2IP, 25H, 9ER, 17BB, 48K). 4 Averaged K/9.0IP, the second-highest mark among pitchers with at least 30.0IP (Chapman-15.83). 4 Surrendered more than 1ER only once (3ER in 0.1IP, 5/12 vs. TOR) allowed multiple runs only twice. 4 Suffered a left foot injury while attempting to back up home plate on 7/6 at Los Angeles-AL placed on the 15-day disabled list on 7/7 and underwent Lis-Franc ligament repair surgery on 7/15 (performed by Dr. George Theodore in Boston) transferred to the 60-day D.L. on 7/12. 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13 Made 53 relief appearances for the Red Sox, going 3-2 with a 3.35 ERA (40.1IP, 15ER, 20BB, 51K) opponents batted.194 (28-for-144, 3HR); LH.149 (13-for-87, 1HR), RH.263 (15-for-57, 2HR) was named Red Sox Fireman of the Year by the Boston BBWAA in his first full season as a reliever. 4 Stranded 39-of-46 inherited runners (84.8%), the fifth-best rate in the American League retired the first batter faced in 45-of-53 outings (84.9%), the best percentage on the Red Sox (min. five games). 4 Held lefties to a.149 BA, the second-lowest mark in the AL (min. 100BF) and the second-lowest average by a Red Sox LHP since at least 1974 allowed only 1XBH to a LHB all season (Nick Johnson HR on 5/23 at BAL). 4 Averaged K/9.0IP, the third-best mark by a Boston left-handed reliever since at least 1914 (Ken Brett in 1970 and Alan Embree in 2002). 4 Among qualifying AL lefty relievers, finished fourth in opponents BA (.149) and third in opponent slugging percentage (.292) since at least 1921, the only Red Sox LHPs with a better opponents BA were Mickey McDermott in 1950 (.183) and Ken Brett in 1970 (.187) also marked the third-best opponents slugging pct. by a Red Sox LHP in that time, trailing only Bill Landis in 1968 (.260) and Chet Nichols in 1961 (.286). 4 Began the season on the 15-day disabled list with a left hamstring strain made 12 rehab appearances between Single-A Greenville (2G) and Triple-A Pawtucket (10G), combining to go 0-0 with a 4.85 ERA (13.0IP, 7ER) Was selected to the Major League roster on 6/19 and spent the remainder of the season with the Red Sox, going 6-3 with a 5.54 ERA (65.0IP, 40ER) in 17 appearances (12 starts) the Red Sox went 9-3 in his starts. 4 Did not lose any of his first four starts (3-0) from 6/20-7/7 recorded at least 5.0IP and allowed 3R or fewer in each of those outings, the longest such stretch to begin a Red Sox career since Matt Clement in 2005 (first 6GS). 4 Made his Red Sox debut on 6/20 vs. San Diego, earning a no-decision in a 14-5 Boston win (5.2IP, 3ER, 3BB, 6K) became only the fifth LHP since 1919 to strike out six-or-more batters in his Red Sox debut, and the first since Kevin Morton on 7/5/91 vs. Detroit (CG, 9K) became the first pitcher overall to record at least 6K in his Red Sox debut since Daisuke Matsuzaka on 4/5/07 at Kansas City (10K). 4 Issued 6BB but only 2H in 5.2 scoreless innings in a 4-0 win at Baltimore on 7/20 since 1994, the only other Red Sox pitcher to hold a team scoreless while issuing at least 6BB in an outing was Matt Clement on 9/24/05 at Baltimore (6BB in 6.0IP) became the first pitcher to accomplish the feat while earning a win for the Red Sox since Joe Hesketh on 4/17/93 vs. Chicago-AL (6BB in 8.0IP). 4 Began the season with Triple-A Pawtucket, going 3-3 with a 2.47 ERA (65.2IP, 18ER) in 13G/12GS at the time of his selection to Boston on 6/19, led Triple-A pitchers in opponents batting average (.181, 42-for-232) Spent most of his season with Double-A Jacksonville, going 1-8 with a 6.01 ERA (85.1IP, 57ER) in 18 starts. 4 Began the season on the minor league disabled list with a right ankle sprain reinstated on 4/30 and made three starts for Single-A Jupiter, going 1-1 with a 1.72 ERA (15.2IP, 3ER) promoted to Jacksonville on 5/13. 4 Recalled by Florida on 8/19 and finished the season with the Marlins, going 1-5 with an 8.54 ERA (32.2IP, 31ER) in nine appearances (seven starts). 4 Was traded to the Boston Red Sox in exchange for LHP Dustin Richardson on 11/12/ Went 3-5 with a 4.84 ERA (80.0IP, 43ER) in 20 appearances (14 starts) over two stints with the Marlins. 4 Made four appearances (two starts) with Florida before being placed on the 15-day disabled list from 4/21-5/15 with a right oblique strain made one rehab start with Single-A Jupiter and one with Double-A Jacksonville. 4 Optioned to Triple-A New Orleans on 7/20 and made three starts with the club placed on the minor league disabled list with an ankle injury from 7/30-9/1 made two rehab starts for the GCL Marlins. 4 Recalled by the Marlins on 9/6 and made four relief appearances (3.1IP, 4H, 3R/2ER, 5BB, 4K) In his first season with the Marlins, went 6-10 with a 5.87 ERA (107.1IP, 70ER) in 29 appearances (20 starts) ranked third on the club in strikeouts (89) and fourth in innings pitched. 4 Made his first 20 appearances as a starter, going 5-9 with a 5.63 ERA (100.2IP, 63ER) placed on the 15-day disabled list from 7/14-8/31 with patella tendinitis in his right knee made rehab starts with the GCL Marlins, Single-A Jupiter and Double-A Carolina before returning to the Marlins on 9/1. 4 Made his final nine appearances as a reliever, going 1-1 with a 9.45 ERA (6.2IP, 7ER) Pitched for four teams in the Tigers organization (at the Major League level and with three minor league teams) made 13 starts over two stints with Detroit, going 5-5 with a 5.63 ERA (64.0IP, 40ER) also combined to go 3-4 with a 2.77 ERA (78.0IP, 24ER) in 13 minor league starts. 4 Began the season by making three starts for Single-A Lakeland was promoted to Double-A Erie on 5/9. 4 Was recalled by Detroit on 5/18 and made his first Major League start that night at St. Louis pitched 6.0 scoreless innings and earned the win, becoming the first Tigers pitcher to earn his first Major League victory in his first start since LHP Andy Van Hekken did so on 9/2/02 vs. Cleveland optioned back to Erie on 5/22. 4 Recalled by the Tigers on 6/10 placed on the 15-day D.L. from 8/4-23 with a left hamstring strain, making two rehab starts with Triple-A Toledo in his final appearances of the season optioned back to Lakeland on 8/30. 4 Was traded to the Florida Marlins along with RHP Dallas Trahern, RHP Burke Badenhop, RHP Frankie De La Cruz, OF Cameron Maybin and C Mike Rabelo in exchange for INF Miguel Cabrera and LHP Dontrelle Willis on 12/5/
14 Made only three minor league appearances prior to making his Major League debut for the Tigers on 8/30 at Yankee Stadium, tossing a scoreless eighth inning (1HP) in the first game of a doubleheader. 4 Went 0-1 with a 6.10 ERA (10.1IP, 7ER) in eight relief appearances for the Tigers. 4 Did not allow a run in his three relief appearances for Single-A Lakeland (5.0IP, 2H, 1HP, 1BB, 9K). PERSONAL 4 Is married to Katie the couple has one son, Max. 4 Was named Florida s Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior at Buchholz High School in Gainesville in 2003, also earning preseason and postseason All-America honors that year. 4 Played three seasons at University of North Carolina, going 27-9 with a 2.77 ERA (309.0IP, 95ER) set the school s career strikeout record (325) and single-season strikeout record (133K in 2006) as a junior in 2006, was named the Baseball America National Player of the Year and won the Roger Clemens Award as college baseball s top pitcher, going 13-2 with a 2.48 ERA (123.1IP, 34ER) in 20 games (18 starts) was also the ACC s Pitcher of the Year and an All-America first-team selection in Received a 2016 Thurman Munson award for success on the field and in the philanthropic community. 4 With several Yankees teammates, participated in a program with the MLBPA Players Trust to promote baseball to children on 5/8/15 as part of the event, coached children from the NYC Autism Charter School in a game at Harlem RBI s Field of Dreams. Miller s Career Pitching Record Year Team W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 2006 Lakeland DETROIT Lakeland Erie DETROIT - a Toledo FLORIDA - b, c GCL Marlins Jupiter Carolina FLORIDA - d Jupiter Jacksonville New Orleans GCL Marlins Jupiter Jacksonville FLORIDA Pawtucket BOSTON - e Greenville Pawtucket BOSTON - f BOSTON - g BOSTON BALTIMORE - h, i YANKEES - j Scranton/WB Minor League Totals AL Totals NL Totals Major League Totals NYY Totals Selected by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the third round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign. Selected by the Detroit Tigers in the first round (sixth overall) of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft. a Placed on the 15-day disabled list from August 4-23, 2007 with a left hamstring strain. b Traded to the Florida Marlins from the Detroit Tigers along with RHP Dallas Trahern, RHP Burke Badenhop, RHP Frankie De La Cruz, OF Cameron Maybin and C Mike Rabelo in exchange for INF Miguel Cabrera and LHP Dontrelle Willis on December 5, c Placed on the 15-day disabled list from July 14-August 31, 2008 with patella tendinitis in his right knee. d Placed on the 15-day disabled list from April 21-May 15, 2009 with a right oblique strain. e Traded to the Boston Red Sox from the Florida Marlins in exchange for LHP Dustin Richardson on November 12, f Placed on the 15-day disabled list from April 4 (retroactive to March 26)-May 5, 2012 with a strained left hamstring. g Placed on the 15-day disabled list on July 7, 2013 with a left foot injury transferred to the 60-day disabled list on July 12, 2013 and missed the remainder of the season. h Traded to the Baltimore Orioles from the Boston Red Sox in exchange for LHP Eduardo Rodriguez on July 31, i Signed by the Yankees as a free agent to a four-year contract on December 5, j Placed on the 15-day disabled list from June 11 (retroactive to June 10) - July 8, 2015 with a left flexor forearm muscle strain. Miller s Wild Card Game Record Year Club vs. Opp. W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 2015 NYY vs. HOU Wild Card Game Totals MILLER FRONT OFFICE 2016 YANKEES 2015 REVIEW OPPONENTS HISTORY & RECORDS YANKEE STADIUM PLAYER DEVELOPMENT MEDIA 117
15 Miller s Division Series Record Year Club vs. Opp. W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. DET Division Series Totals Miller s League Championship Series Record Year Club vs. Opp. W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HP BB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. KC LCS Totals POSTSEASON TOTALS Miller s Regular Season Batting Record Year Team AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 2015 NYY Did Not Bat Major League Totals Miller s Career Fielding Record Position PCT G PO A E TC DP Pitcher Miller s Career Bests and Streaks COMPLETE GAMES: None. LOW-HIT COMPLETE GAME: N/A. IP (START): times (6/23/09 vs. BAL). IP (RELIEF): 4.0, 8/28/10 at ATL. HITS: 11, 9/8/10 at PHI. RUNS: 7-5 times (last on 7/26/11 vs. KC). BB: 6, 7/20/11 at BAL. K: 9-2 times (last on 5/21/09 vs. ARI). HR: 3, 9/13/10 vs. PHI. WINNING STREAK: 3g - 5 times (last from 8/17/15-present). LOSING STREAK: 5g, 9/8/10-9/29/10. SCORELESS STREAK (IP): 19.0, 9/26/14-5/16/15. SINGLE-SEASON SCORELESS STREAK (IP): 17.2, 4/8-5/16/15. Pitcher of the Month: None Pitcher of the Week: None Rookie of the Month: None YEAR OPPONENTS RECORD 1997 (NYM, ATL, MON, FLA, PHI) (NYM, ATL, MON, FLA, PHI) (NYM, ATL, MON, FLA, PHI) (NYM, ATL, MON, FLA, PHI) (NYM, ATL, MON, FLA, PHI) (NYM, SF, ARI, COL, SD) (NYM, CIN, CHC, HOU, STL) (NYM, COL, SD, ARI, LAD) (NYM, MIL, STL, PIT, CHC) (NYM, WAS, PHI, FLA, ATL) (NYM, PIT, ARI, COL, SF) (NYM, HOU, SD, CIN, PIT) (NYM, PHI, WAS, FLA, ATL) (NYM, HOU, PHI, ARI, LAD) (NYM, CHC, CIN, COL, MIL) (NYM, CIN, ATL, WAS) (NYM, ARI, COL, LAD, SD, SF) (NYM, CHC, CIN, MIL, PIT, STL) (NYM, ATL, MIA, PHI, WAS) Yankees in Interleague Play The Yankees lead the Majors in all-time Interleague wins and winning percentage ( ,.594) in 2015, went 11-9 vs. the NL, marking their 17th nonlosing Interleague season series in the 19 years since Interleague play in began 1997 posted a Major League-record 15-year stretch of a.500-orbetter record in Interleague games from credit: Elias Sports Bureau. DH Alex Rodriguez has 214RBI in 282 Interleague games, both most all-time ranks second in Interleague runs scored (191), third in hits (323) and is tied for fourth in home runs (54) LHP CC Sabathia ranks third with 298 strikeouts and is tied for second with 25 wins in Interleague games Yankees pitchers have batted a combined.089 (35-for-392) all time in Interleague play with 9 doubles, 13RBI and 45SH no Yankees pitcher has ever homered in an Interleague game SS Derek Jeter recorded 364 hits and scored 200 runs in Interleague play, both most all time. 118
16 2016 TAMPA BAY RAYS MEDIA GUIDE 40-MAN ROSTER BRANDON GUYER OUTFIELDER BRANDON GUYER 5 Brandon Eric Guyer (GUY-er) BATS RIGHT X-RAY REPORT Ê Around the time he joined the Rays, Brandon began adopting a healthier diet and he now eats as clean as possible, avoiding artificial ingredients among his more exotic snacks are cricket protein bars and dried crickets, which he says taste like chips. Ê A devoted fan of ultimate fighting, he attended a UFC bout in Orlando in December along with former teammate Cole Figueroa. Ê Brandon and his wife, Lindsay Murphy Guyer, are expecting a baby boy in mid-march they also have a one-year-old daughter, Riley. Ê Lindsay is a sports reporter/anchor who worked for Fox 5 in Washington, D.C. for several years a year ago they decided she and Riley would join Brandon in St. Pete for the season, rather than continue working in D.C. yearround the couple met when Lindsay came to interview Brandon when he played at the University of Virginia. Ê During the offseason, Brandon and Lindsay enjoy helping Gaithersburg (Md.) homeless shelters they have also volunteered with Special Love, a nonprofit organization that supports families dealing with cancer. Ê His father, Ray, is a former semi-pro tennis player who recently retired from Exxon Mobil and now runs a consulting company SEASON Ê Established career highs across the board as he enjoyed his first fully healthy season in the majors, playing in 128 games, 79 starts THROWS RIGHT HEIGHT 6'2" MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE 3 years, 66 days OPENING DAY AGE 30 BORN 1/28/86 in West Chester, PA RESIDES Gaithersburg, MD CONTRACT STATUS Signed through 2016 ACQUIRED From the Chicago Cubs in an eight-player trade, 1/8/11 (see page 104) SIGNING SCOUT Billy Swoope (Cubs) WEIGHT 200 FOLLOW 101 (39-LF, 17-CF, 20-RF, 3-DH) started all 53 games against lefties, 52 of those at leadoff. Ê His 24 HBP led the American League and were most by any AL player since ANA David Eckstein in 2002 (27) ranked 2nd in the majors to CHC Anthony Rizzo (30) and had 9 more than any other AL player (CWS Jose Abreu and TEX Shin-Soo Choo) shattered the club record previously held by Sean Rodriguez (18 in 2011), passing him on Sep 19 vs. BAL became the first Ray to lead the AL in HBP. Ê Nineteen of his 24 HBP came against lefthanded pitchers, most by any major league player since splits are first available (1914) PHI Chase Utley held the previous record of 16 in 2007 his last 13 HBP in a row (and 18 of his last 19) came against lefties. Ê With only 385 PA, averaged 1 HBP every PA, the highest mark in American League history (min. 20 HBP) and a mark topped by only one player in the modern era (since 1900) in 1971, MTL Ron Hunt averaged PA/HBP when he absorbed a modern-era-record 50 HBP in 638 PA became the first player in 125 years with 24 HBP in 400 PA or less, since Chief Roseman (29 in 369 PA) in 1890 for the St. Louis Browns and Louisville Colonels. Ê Hit.271/.387/.457 (51-for-188) vs. LHP, and.257/.318/.354 (37-for-144) vs. RHP has a career.362 OBP vs. LHP, compared to.311 vs. RHP seven of his 8 HR in 2015 (and 11 of 14 in his career) came against LHP only homer vs. a righty was July 10 vs. HOU (Collin McHugh). Ê Led the team with 52 starts at leadoff, and the Rays went in those games his.379 OBP ORGANIZATION COACHES & STAFF 40-MAN ROSTER NON-ROSTER INVITES RECORDS & HISTORY OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUE OPERATIONS BROADCAST INFORMATION TROPICANA FIELD & MISC. Brandon Guyer
17 TAMPA BAY RAYS MEDIA GUIDE 40-MAN ROSTER BRANDON GUYER from the leadoff spot ranked 3rd in the AL (min. 150 PA), behind teammate John Jaso (.404) and CLE Jason Kipnis (.385). Ê Was one of three AL players to start at least 15 games at all three OF positions, along with HOU Colby Rasmus and KC Jarrod Dyson his.994 fielding pct. ranked 4th among AL outfielders, behind NYY Jacoby Ellsbury (1.000), LAA Mike Trout (1.000) and TOR Kevin Pillar (.996). Ê According to Stats LLC, led all major league outfielders with a.960 zone rating, which measures a player s efficiency in fielding balls hit into his typical defensive zone it was the 2ndhighest zone rating recorded by an outfielder since they began measuring it in 1987, behind CAL Devon White in 1989 (.961). Ê Became the first player in club history with multiple pinch-hit (2) and leadoff HR (3) in the same season was the first Ray with 3 leadoff homers since Matt Joyce (3) in Ê Two of his 3 leadoff homers came in back-toback games at Fenway Park (Aug 2 off Wade Miley, Sep 21 off Eduardo Rodriguez), making him the third visiting player since data is available (1974) to hit 2 leadoff homers in a season at Fenway Park, joining NYY Chuck Knoblauch (1999) and MIL Paul Molitor (1983). Ê His first career pinch-hit homer came May 8 vs. TEX his 9th-inning homer on Sep 20 vs. BAL (off Zach Britton) was the first pinch-hit, gametying homer by a Ray since Dan Johnson s celebrated homer in Game 162 (Sep 28, 2011 vs. NYY) the Rays won on a walk-off single by Kevin Kiermaier later in the frame. Ê His 43 PA as a pinch-hitter were the most in the AL in one season since TOR Tony Fernandez had 45 in 2001 his 10 pinch-hits tied the club record (Travis Lee in 2005) and were 2nd in the AL to CLE/LAA David Murphy (11) his 9 RBI tied Murphy for the AL lead. Ê Tied his career high with 2 SB twice: May 21 vs. OAK and June 27 vs. BOS on both occasions, stole 2B and 3B in the 7th inning. Ê Was hit by a pitch in a club-record 4 straight games Aug 4-8, the first AL player to do so since CWS Carlos Quentin (6, Aug 7-14, 2008). Ê Had 2 outfield assists on Sep 22 at BOS, the first two of his career. Ê Tied a major league record when he drew 3 HBP in a game, Oct 2 vs. TOR, all by Mark Buehrle was the first player with 3 HBP in a game since STL Matt Carpenter (June 4, 2013 vs. ARI, 14 innings), and the first in a 9-inning game since CLE Austin Kearns (July 5, 2010 at TEX) was the second in Rays history to do so, joining Jonny Gomes (Aug 15, 2005 vs. NYY) incidentally, the last time a player was plunked 3 times by the same pitcher was another Rays- Blue Jays game, on April 7, 2006 in Toronto (TOR Reed Johnson facing TB Casey Fossum). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Ê Made the Rays 2014 Opening Day roster and spent his first full season in the majors appeared in 97 games, including 60 starts (51- LF, 5-CF, 4-DH) missed 22 games due to a left thumb fracture suffered on May 25 vs. BOS while diving for a double hit by Grady Sizemore in shallow CF. Ê Guyer and teammate Logan Forsythe were the only two players in the majors to start a game in all nine slots of the batting order Melvin Upton Jr. in 2007 was the only other Ray to do this according to the Elias Sports Bureau, they became the first teammates to do it since Pete Mackanin and John Castino for the 1980 Twins. Ê Sustained a club-high 11 HBP, tied with CWS Jose Abreu for most among major league rookies and tied for 4th in the AL, in only 294 PA. Ê Ranked 2nd on the club with a.297 (33-for-111) batting avg. against lefties, after Ben Zobrist (.340) led the team (min. 50 AB) with a.323 (20-for-62) avg. with RISP. Ê Ranked among AL rookies (min. 250 AB) in avg. (.266, 4th) and OBP (.334, 5th) was batting only.196/.212/.275 (10-for-51) through May 23, but after that hit.284/.362/.389 (59-for-208) through the end of the season. Ê Had 4 hits on May 24 vs. BOS, tying the Rays rookie record at the time Mikie Mahtook had a 5-hit game on Sep 18, 2015 vs. BAL. Ê Set a Rays rookie record with 3 doubles on June 27 vs. BAL (G1) his first career triple was Aug 21 vs. DET against former Ray David Price it was the Rays only hit of the game, scoring Ben Zobrist (reached on E6) in a 1-0 win. Ê Selected as the Al Lopez Award winner for most outstanding Rays rookie during spring training batted.302 (13-for-43) with 1 HR, 3 RBI, 3 2B and 5 runs. Ê Played the 2013 season at Triple-A Durham, his third straight season spent primarily there his.301 avg. led the Bulls and ranked 5th in the International League. Ê On April 9, became the first Durham player to hit 2 HR in an inning since the team joined Triple-A in 1998, pacing the Bulls to a 12-8 win over the Gwinnett Braves the Bulls scored 10 runs in the 1st inning, with Guyer plating half of those runs on two blasts also became the 12th IL player in 70 years to hit 2 HR in an inning, and the first since Kelly Shoppach of Pawtucket in 2005.
18 Ê Missed 27 games after he fractured his right middle finger when he was struck by a pitch from Gwinnett s Cody Martin on July 25. Ê Missed the last four months of the 2012 season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder on May 31 the surgery was performed by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, Ala. Ê Opened the season with Durham and played in 22 games, primarily in RF and CF recalled by the Rays on May 9 and played in 3 games (2 starts, both in LF) before going on the DL on May 16. Chris Archer and Brandon Guyer were honored as Cubs Minor League Pitcher and Player of the Year in 2010 at Wrigley Field. PHOTO BY LINDSAY MURPHY GUYER Ê His lone hit with the Rays was a home run in his last game, May 12 at BAL, a solo shot off LH Brian Matusz in a 5-3 loss. Ê In 2011 saw three stints in the majors, his first big league experience, and spent the remainder of the season in Durham his first two stints lasted one day each, May 6 at BAL and July 10 at NYY recalled Sep 1 and remained with the Rays for the rest of the regular season but was left off the postseason roster. Ê Made his major league debut on May 6 at BAL before he was optioned to Durham the next day in his first major league plate app hit a 2-run homer off LH Zach Britton, joining pitcher Esteban Yan (June 4, 2000 at NYM) as the only Rays to homer in their first plate app Jake Elmore became the third on April 22, 2015 vs. BOS. Ê Was the 108th player in major league history to homer in his first at-bat became the first ever to homer at Camden Yards in his major league debut (visitor or Oriole) since then, BAL Jonathan Schoop (Sep 25, 2013 vs. TOR) and NYY Mason Williams (June 12, 2015 at BAL) have also both done it TAMPA BAY RAYS MEDIA GUIDE 40-MAN ROSTER BRANDON GUYER 103 Ê Named an IL midseason All-Star ranked 5th in the IL and 3rd in the Rays org. with a.312 avg. tied teammate Russ Canzler for 2nd in the IL with 78 runs scored. Ê Named the Cubs 2010 Minor League Player of the Year after spending the entire season at Double-A Tennessee hit.344 (127-for-369) with 13 HR and 30 SB led the Southern League with a.588 SLG and ranked 2nd in avg., 3rd with 39 doubles, 4th with 58 extra-base hits and 5th with a.398 OBP. Ê After the All-Star break led the SL with a.424 avg. (72-for-170), 26 2B and a.724 SLG. Ê Had two stints on the 7-day DL with a left shoulder subluxation: April 29 May 10 and May Ê In 2009 hit.282 (128-for-454) with 62 R, 28 2B, 46 RBI and 30 SB in 130 games between Tennessee and Class-A Daytona in 2008 with Class-A Peoria was limited to 88 games after missing the first month and a half due to a right elbow injury began his professional career in 2007 with the Rookie-level AZL Cubs was shelved July 2-21 with a dislocated left shoulder promoted to Short-A Boise on Aug 17. AMATEUR CAREER Ê Drafted out of the University of Virginia after playing three seasons for the Cavaliers played with WAS Ryan Zimmerman as a freshman improved his average each season batting.282 as a freshman,.333 as a sophomore and.370 as a junior majored in sociology. Ê Was a three-time letterman in both baseball and football at Herndon (Va.) High School as a third baseman was named first-team all-metro and second-team all-state as a running back and linebacker was a second-team all-state pick as a senior scored 7 touchdowns in one game on homecoming night his senior year. CAREER HIGHS HITS 4, 2x-last 9/1/15 at BAL HITTING STREAK 9G, 5/20/15 5/31/15 HOME RUN 1, 14x-last 9/21/15 at BOS RBI 4, 4/26/15 vs. TOR HOME RUN HIGHLIGHTS RUNS 3, 9/1/15 at BAL WALKS 2, 6x-last 8/2/15 at BOS STRIKEOUTS 3, 3x-last 7/28/15 vs. DET STOLEN BASES 2, 3x-last 6/27/15 vs. BOS LEADOFF (3) 9/21/15 at BOS (Eduardo Rodriguez); 8/2/15 at BOS (Wade Miley); 4/26/15 vs. TOR (Mark Buehrle) PINCH-HIT (2) 9/20/15 vs. BAL (Zach Britton); 5/8/15 vs. TEX (Alex Claudio) ORGANIZATION COACHES & STAFF 40-MAN ROSTER NON-ROSTER INVITES RECORDS & HISTORY OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUE OPERATIONS BROADCAST INFORMATION TROPICANA FIELD & MISC. Brandon Guyer
19 TAMPA BAY RAYS MEDIA GUIDE 40-MAN ROSTER BRANDON GUYER CAREER BATTING YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB-I SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP E 2007 AZL Cubs Boise Peoria Tennessee Daytona Tennessee Durham Tampa Bay Durham Tampa Bay Durham Tampa Bay Durham Tampa Bay Minor League Totals Major League Totals : Selected by the Chicago Cubs in the fi fth round of the 2007 June Draft signed by Billy Swoope. 2: Acquired by the Tampa Bay Rays along with RH Chris Archer, C Robinson Chirinos, OF Sam Fuld and INF Hak-Ju Lee from Chicago in exchange for RH Matt Garza, OF Fernando Perez and LH Zach Rosscup, January 8, CAREER FIELDING YEAR POSITION PCT G PO A E TC DP 2011 Right Field Left Field Left Field Left Field Center Field Right Field Left Field Right Field Center Field Totals Left Field Right Field Center Field LEFT-RIGHT BREAKDOWN 2015 CAREER AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI vs. Left vs. Right DID YOU KNOW? RAYS TO STEAL HOME PLAYER DATE Desmond Jennings July 3, 2012 vs. NYY Ben Zobrist Aug 16, 2011 at BOS, G2 Melvin Upton Jr. * July 8, 2009 vs. TOR Melvin Upton Jr. April 8, 2008 vs. SEA Melvin Upton Jr. * Sep 17, 2007 at LAA * DID NOT INVOLVE A DOUBLE STEAL PLAYER Carl Crawford * Geoff Blum Aubrey Huff * Greg Vaughn Randy Winn DATE July 5, 2006 vs. BOS May 2, 2004 vs. OAK Sep 6, 2003 vs. OAK Aug 21, 2000 at CWS June 30, 1998 vs. ATL
20 FRONT OFFICE COACHES GIMENEZ 2015 REVIEW OPPONENTS RECORDS DEVELOPMENT MEDIA C 38 CAREER: Gimenez (pronounced JIM-ehn-ehz) was promoted from Round Rock on July 31 and started 32 games behind the plate for Texas over the final 2 months of the 2015 season the Rangers were 25-7 in his starts as he set career highs with 5 homers and 14 RBI has spent most of last 2 seasons in the Texas organization after being claimed on waivers from Oakland just before start of 2014 has seen MLB action with Cleveland, Seattle, Tampa Bay, and Texas at catcher, first base, left field, right field, and third base, and also pitched an inning for the Rangers in : Was purchased from Round Rock (AAA) on 7/31 and split time with Bobby Wilson behind the plate in August and September when Robinson Chirinos and Carlos Corporan were injured started 32 regular season games at catcher with Texas going 25-7 (.781) in those contests, winning each of the 1st 5 and 10 in a row from 9/8-25 set major league career bests for runs (19), total bases (48), homers (5), and RBI (14). BATTING: Went 6-for-16 with 5 RBI in his 1st 5 games after promotion to Texas had a.192 (10-52) average over his next 20 games and was at.235 through 9/15 posted a seasonbest 5-game winning streak from 9/17-25 at.412 (7-17) to raise average to.271 but was 2-for-13 over final 6 games homered 5 times in 1st 17 games with blast on 8/5 vs. HOU being his 1st in the majors since 9/29/12 at CWS with TB had a.417 (10-24) average when leading off an inning drove in 6 of his 14 runs in 4 games vs. SEA connected for 1st major league triple, 9/25 at HOU. MISCELLANEOUS: Had a 3.32 catchers ERA, 2nd lowest in the A.L. among catchers with at least 35 games behind TOR s Dioner Navarro (3.15) had a.988 (3 E/246 TC) fielding percentage in 36 total games behind the plate and threw out 1 of 19 runners attempting to steal caught each of Cole Hamels final 10 regular season starts, with Rangers going 10-0 in those games had his 2nd and 3rd career stolen bases, 8/4 vs. HOU, the 1st Texas catcher with 2 steals in game since Ivan Rodriguez, 7/26/01 vs. BAL. POSTSEASON: Was behind the plate for both of Hamels starts in the ALDS vs. TOR, going 1-for-6 in Game 2 and 1-for-2 in Game 5. ROUND ROCK: Was a non-roster invite to Rangers big league camp before opening the year with the Express made starts at catcher (24), 1B (19), DH (13), 3B (8), and RF (3) hit.310 (13-42) with 3 HR and 10 RBI in 1st 12 games was 3-for-3 with 2 HR, including a grand slam and 5 RBI on 4/30 vs. Nashville had a season best 6-game hitting streak, 5/4-10 was on the DL from 5/22-30 with left groin strain. CHRIS GIMENEZ BATS/THROWS: R/R HEIGHT: 6 2 WEIGHT: 230 OPENING DAY AGE: 33 MLB SERVICE: BORN: December 27, 1982 in Gilroy, CA RESIDES: Reno, NV ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent November 11, 2014 CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through : Combined to hit.241 (28-116) with 11 RBI in 42 games with Texas and Cleveland spent spring training with Oakland before being claimed on waivers by the Rangers on 3/28 was on Texas roster for 3/31 season opener vs. PHI (DNP) before being designated for assignment on 4/1 cleared waivers on 4/3 and was granted free agency 4/5 before re-signed to a minors contract on 4/10 had contract purchased by Texas on 5/20 started 26 games at catcher with club going in those contests, and 3 at 1B was starting catcher for 11 of 12 Yu Darvish starts during his stint with Texas pitched a scoreless 9th inning on 7/10 vs. LAA.hit.417 (15-36) with 5 2B and 6 RBI in 1st 9 games but just.183 (13-71) in final 24 contests hit safely in career-high 8 straight, 5/22-6/6 had career-high 4 hits in 2nd game with Rangers on 5/22 at DET, 1st Ranger with a 4-hit game within 1st 2 games with the club since Danny Thompson on 6/4/76 vs. DET was on Paternity List, 8/4-6, then was DFA d again on 8/7 and outrighted to minors on 8/9 was traded to Cleveland on 8/23 and was 0-for-8 in 9 games the rest of the year had 2nd stint stint on Paternity List, 8/ : Spent season at Tampa Bay s Durham (AAA) club tossed out 10-of-40 (25.0%) attempted base stealers was on DL from 5/28-6/15 with sprained left hand was recalled by the Rays on 9/1 and played in 4 games in September was on Tampa Bay s roster for A.L. Wild Card Game on 10/2/13 at CLE (DNP) 2012: Spent majority of season at Durham started 31 games at catcher in 2 stints with the Rays, 4/15-5/28 and 9/1-end of season appeared in 11 games (10 starts) after his 2nd recall on 9/1 and hit.406 with a home run and 5 RBI started the final 5 games of the season and went 7-for-14 (.500) with at least one hit in each game 2011: Spent all season with the Mariners but logged more than 2 months on the DL was assigned to Tacoma (AAA) at the end of spring training but did not appear in any games before being purchased by the Mariners 4/10 made starts with SEA at catcher (17), 1B (2), and LF (1) was on the DL from 6/29-9/1 with a strained left oblique had 13-game rehab assignment with Tacoma (AAA), 8/ : Opened the year with Cleveland s Columbus (AAA) affiliate, producing 9 HR and 32 RBI in 55 games was recalled by the Indians on 7/10 and started 19 games behind the plate the rest of the year threw out 9 of 32 runners attempting to steal hit lone homer on 8/27 vs. KC 2009: Hit 6 homers in 39 games at Columbus before recall by CLE on 5/31 spent the rest of the year with the Tribe, making starts at 1B (13), LF (9), C (6), and RF (4) made major league debut as defensive replacement at 1B 6/3 at MIN collected 1st ML hit and home run on 6/4 at MIN off Scott Baker also homered in next game, 6/7 at CWS 2008: Had a.304 average with 9 homers and 45 RBI in 109 games with Akron (AA) and Buffalo (AAA) produced the 2nd highest average among Cleveland full-season minor leaguers was among the Eastern League leaders with a.339 average when promoted to Buffalo on 6/ : TEXAS RANGERS MEDIA GUIDE
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