Alec Daniel Bohm…2015 graduate of Roncalli Catholic High School (NE)…Attended Wichita State University (KS)…Batted .339 (76-224), 14 2B, 1 3B, 16 HR, 55 RBI, 39 BB, 57 R, 9 SB, .436 OBP and .625 SLG during his junior season at Wichita State…At the time Wichita State’s season ended, led the American Athletic Conference in home runs, pacing the Shockers for the second straight year; also led the AAC in runs, tied for first in total bases (140) and finished in the top five in hits, RBI, OBP and SLG…Named a Baseball America Second-Team All-American, as well as a semifinalist for both the Dick Howser Trophy (given to the nation’s college player of the year) and the Golden Spikes Award…Left Wichita State with a career .317 AVG, 40 2B, 33 HR and 125 RBI in 166 games over three seasons…Hobbies: Playing video games, going to the beach, hanging out with friends and watching sports…Signed by: Justin Munson.
Among all NL players, ranked first in SF (10), fourth in singles (124), T-eighth in multi-hit games (46), ninth in AVG (.280) & hits (164) and 10th in AB (586) ...His 10 sacrifice flies were the most by a Phillie in a season since 2001, when Scott Rolen had 12...Tied Kyle Schwarber for the team lead in go-ahead RBI (21)...Posted a .352/.394/.541 slash line (.935 OPS) in 175 PA against LHP...Per Statcast data, his .290 xBA (expected batting average) ranked in the 98th percentile among qualifying MLB hitters...Made his second career Opening Day roster (also: 2021)...Batted leadoff for the first time in his career on 5/4 vs TEX...Slugged his first career game-tying HR in the ninth inning or later of a game on 6/7 at MIL (Josh Hader)...Recorded his first career multi-HR game on 7/8 at STL with a pair of solo homers against Adam Wainwright...Was on the restricted list, 7/12-13...Had a career-high 14-game hitting streak from 7/8-29, during which he posted a .471/.491/.647 slash line (1.138 OPS)...Led MLB with a .434 AVG in July (min. 50 PA); became the first Phillies player to hit over .430 in any calendar month (min. 50 PA) since Pat Burrell hit .435 in July 2007...On 8/21 vs NYM, logged his second career multi-HR game (other: 7/8 at STL) and collected a career-high six RBI...His 19 RBI in August were his most ever in a single calendar month (previous: 16 RBI in September 2020)...Hit .301 (100-332) in his final 84 games of the regular season (beginning 6/24); his .301 AVG in that span ranked 5th in the NL (min. 275 PA)...From 7/5-end of the regular season, slashed .321/.352/.487 (.839 OPS) in 88 PA with RISP...Made his first career postseason appearance in Game 1 of the NLWCS at ST...on 10/7 (started at 3rd base; 1-3, 2B, RBI, HBP)...Became just the second player in franchise history age 26 or younger to collect an XBH in his postseason debut, joining Greg Luzinski (25), who doubled in Game 1 of the NLCS on 10/9/76 vs CIN...Made his first career WS appearance in Game 1 on 10/28 at HOU (1-5, 2B, 2 RBI) and became the youngest Phillie (26 years, 86 days) ever with multiple RBI in a WS game...His HR in Game 3 of the WS vs HOU (Lance McCullers Jr.) on 11/1 was the 1,000th HR hit in the history of the Fall Classic...Hit safely in five of his six World Series games...His six extra-base hits in the postseason were the most in franchise history by a third baseman (primary position) in a single postseason.
Made his first career Opening Day roster...Had a career-high eight-game hitting streak (.379), 6/8-16...Recorded career highs with four hits and three runs scored on 6/23 vs WSH...Walked 12 times in 14 games from 6/28-7/24...Had a career-high three walks on 6/29 vs MIA ...Batted .320 (24-75) with an .880 OPS in 23 games (85 PA) from 7/5-8/8...Was on the COVID-related IL, 7/11-22, and appeared in one game on a rehab assignment to Lehigh Valley (AAA)...Was optioned to Lehigh Valley on 8/22 and recalled on 9/28; batted .429 (6-14) with three doubles, one HR and two RBI in his last three games with Lehigh Valley (9/24-26)...Posted a .289/.358/.438 slash line in 137 plate appearances against LHP.
Finished T-2nd (74 points) for NL Rookie of the Year as voted on by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America...Was a finalist for MLBPA’s NL Outstanding Rookie of the Year... Selected to MLB All-Rookie team by Baseball America l Ranked T-9th in the NL in multi-hit games (18)...Among all NL rookies, finished 1st in hits (54), multi-hit games (18) & RBI (23), T-1st in GA RBI (4), GW RBI (4) & SF (2), 2nd in doubles (11), runs (24), total bases (77) & XBH (15), 4th in walks (16), T-4th in HR (4) and 6th in games (44)...Among all ML rookies (min. 165 PA), finished 1st in AVG (.338), OBP (.400), SLG (.481) and OPS (.881)...His 137.5 OPS+ was the 2nd-highest in franchise history by a rookie infielder (min. 180 PA) behind only Dick Allen’s 163.4 OPS+ in 1964...Batted .452 (19-42), 3 2B, 18 RBI, 8 BB, 2 SF and a 1.043 OPS with RISP...His .452 AVG with RISP ranked 1st in MLB (min. 35 PA)... Ranked 5th in the majors with a .338 AVG (min. 180 PA)...Had his contract selected by the Phillies, 8/13...Made his ML debut on 8/13 vs BAL and started at 3rd base (1-4, 2B); doubled off Thomas Eshelman in his first ML plate appearance...Became the third Phillies player in the last 35 seasons to collect an XBH in his first ML plate appearance, along with Marlon Anderson (HR vs NYM on 9/9/98) and Domonic Brown (2B vs ARI on 7/28/10)...Collected his first career RBI on 8/14 vs NYM...Reached base safely in each of his first six ML games; the last Phillies rookie to begin his ML career with a longer on-base streak was Scott Rolen (11 G) in 1996...Slugged his first career HR, 8/23 at ATL (Josh Tomlin)...Had the 2nd-highest OBP (.462) by a Phillies player through 10 games to begin a career since 1900 (min. 35 PA), trailing only Pinky May (.525 OBP) in 1939...Logged his first career game with multiple XBH and posted his first career multi-RBI game, 9/1 vs WSH...On 9/3 vs WSH, tied his career high with three hits and notched his first career walk-off RBI on a sac fly in the 10th inning... On 9/3, became the first Phillies rookie to collect three hits and a walk-off RBI in the same game since Nick Williams did so on 9/12/17 vs MIA...Collected a career-high four RBI on 9/8 vs BOS (gm 1)...Slashed .333/.404/.489 in his first 40 career games; became just the third Phillie who debuted since 1900 to have that slash line or better through his first 40 career games (min. 125 PA), joining Morrie Arnovich (.369/.414/.541) in 1936-37 and Buzz Arlett (.378/.461/.679) in 1931...Hit safely in 18 of his final 20 games of the season (.392 AVG; beginning 9/10), including 11 multi-hit games in that span...His 40 hits in September ranked 2nd in MLB, trailing only ATL’s Marcell Ozuna (41)...Became the first Phillies rookie with at least 40 hits in a calendar month since Marlon Byrd (40) in July 2003...Made 44 starts: 37 at 3rd base, six at 1st base and one as the DH.
Won the Paul Owens Award as the best player in the Phillies minor league system...Among all Phillies minor leaguers (min. 375 PA), finished 1st in OBP (.378), SLG (.518) & OPS (.896), T-1st in HR, 2nd in AVG (min. 375 PA), hits, RBI & runs scored, T-2nd in doubles and T-4th in walks...In the All-Star Futures Game at Progressive Field, started at 3rd base and batted cleanup for the NL team...Selected as a Florida State League midseason All-Star, despite playing in only 40 games with Clearwater (A)...Named Phillies Minor League Hitter of the Month for April and Phillies Minor League Defender of the Month for May...Chosen as Phillies Minor League Co-Player of the Week, 4/22-28...Began season with Lakewood (A), where he reached base safely in 21 of his 22 games...Finished the year at Reading (AA), helping the club clinch the Eastern Division second-half title...Ranked T-1st in the Eastern League in HR (11) following the league's All-Star break...Defensively in the regular season, made 82 starts at 3rd base and 23 starts at 1st base...Following the season, played for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League and slashed .361/.397/.528 in 19 games...Chosen to participate in the AFL's Fall Stars Game...Played for the United States in the World Baseball Softball Confederation's Premier 12 tournament...Selected to Baseball America's Minor League All-Star Second Team...Following the season, named the 2nd-best prospect in the Phillies minor league system by Baseball America.
Began professional career with Gulf Coast League Phillies West (R)...Tripled in his first pro game, 6/19 vs GCL Yankees East...Spent majority of the season with Williamsport (A)...Was on the injured list from 7/12-8/19 with a left shin contusion; included rehab assignments at GCL Phillies East and West...At Williamsport, hit .342 (13-38), 2B, 3B and 12 RBI with RISP...Batted .289 (11-38) over his final 10 games of the season...Participated in Florida Instructional League...Following the season, named the No. 2 prospect in the Phillies minor league system by Baseball America.