Ryan Patrick McMahon…resides in Scottsdale, Ariz., during the offseason...He is the oldest sibling…has a younger sister, Meghan (23), and brother, TJ (20)...Both of his grandfathers served in the military, one in the Army and one in the Navy...In his free time, he likes to golf, fish, bowl and bike…his favorite food is steak.
Made 48 starts (28 at second base, 10 at first base and 10 at third base) with two appearances at shortstop, the first of his career... Batted .220 (37-for-168) as a starter... His nine home runs were second-most on the club behind Trevor Story’s 11…hit home runs in consecutive games (Sept. 25-26) for the fourth time in his career (last: three consecutive games, Aug. 14-17, 2019)... His strikeout percentage of 34.2 was the second-highest in the Majors and in the National League... Hit a game-tying home run in the ninth inning on Sept. 11 vs. Los Angeles-AL, his sixth carer game-tying home run, his first in the ninth inning or later...Recorded his fifth career multi-home run game Aug. 20 vs. Houston…his five multi-home run games over the last two seasons were tied with Nolan Arenado and Trevor Story for the most on the club...His home run on Aug. 12 vs. Arizona came on a 3-0 count, the 21st home run on 3-0 in Rockies history and the first since Michael Cuddyer hit one on May 24, 2014 at Atlanta.
Became Colorado's primary second baseman, making 98 starts at the position, in addition to 14 starts at first base and 10 at third ... His 24 home runs and 83 RBI on the season were the most by a primary second baseman in franchise history, surpassing Clint Barmes in 2009 (23 home runs, 76 RBI) ... Finished second on the team with 47 RBI and 17 home runs in the second half, trailing Nolan Arenado in both categories (21 HR, 51 RBI) ... Recorded a career-high-tying three hits nine times … had one career three-hit game entering the season ... His four multi-home run games tied with Arenado and Trevor Story for the most on the club ... Had one stint on the 10-day injured list, April 6-18, with a left elbow strain … went 3-for-4 with two home runs and a career-high five RBI his first game back on April 18 vs. Philadelphia ... he became the first player in Rockies history to hit two or more home runs in his first game after being reinstated from the injured list ... Tied for second on the Rockies with 17 go-ahead RBI (Arenado ranked first with 22) and eight game-winning RBI ... Hit his second career walk-off home run (two RBI) on Aug. 26 vs. Atlanta (also: Aug. 8, 2018 vs. Los Angeles-NL).
Made his first career Opening Day roster and appeared in 91 games across three stints with the Rockies ... Made 21 starts at first base, eight at second base and eight at third base … batted .238 (31-for-13) with seven doubles, one triple, two home runs and nine RBI as a starter ... Batted .216 (8-for-37) with two home runs as a pinch hitter … pinch-hit three-run home run June 20 vs. New York-NL and a pinch-hit solo home run Sept. 4 vs. San Francisco ... Became the first player in franchise history to hit a game-winning home run in the seventh inning or later in consecutive games, Aug 10-11 vs. Los Angeles-NL … two-out, three-run walk-off home run Aug. 11 and a two-run home run in the seventh inning on Aug. 10 ... Hit his first Major League home run on June 14 at Philadelphia in the eighth inning off Hector Neris ... Appeared in 55 games with Albuquerque, batting .290 (65-for-224) with 15 doubles, three triples, 11 home runs and 48 RBI ... Went 0-for-3 with one walk in four postseason plate appearances.
Made his Major League debut for the Rockies on Aug. 12 at Miami...Appeared in 17 games across two stints with the Rockies after making his Major League debut as a pinch-hitter on Aug. 12 at Miami...Recorded his first Major League hit on Aug. 13 at Miami, a single in the eighth inning off Junichi Tazawa...Optioned to Triple-A on Aug. 18 before being recalled for the remainder of the season on Sept. 1...Made three starts, all at first base … also appeared in four games at second base and three games at third...Appeared in the 2017 Futures Game in Miami and went 0-for-1 with a walk...Was named MiLB.com Fan's Choice for Best Offensive Player in the Minor Leagues … across 119 games between Double-A Hartford and Triple-A Albuquerque, combined to bat .355 (167-for-470) with 39 doubles, four triples, 20 home runs and 88 RBI...Was named the Double-A Eastern League Player of the Month for April … overall, batted .326 (59-for-181) with 16 doubles, two triples and six home runs in 49 games with Hartford...Was promoted to Albuquerque on June 1 and won the Pacific Coast League Player of the Month for June in his first month in the league … hit .429 during the month and led the PCL in hits (50), extra-base hits (21), total bases (85) and doubles (14).
Spent the season with Double-A Hartford, where he recorded a club-leading 75 RBI and a career-high 55 walks...Batted .242 (113-for-466) with 49 runs, 27 doubles, five triples, 12 home runs, 75 RBI and a .399 slugging percentage … played first base for the first time in his career...Played in a career-high 133 games, tied for fourth in the Eastern League.
Spent the year with High-A Modesto, where he batted .300 (149-for-496) with 85 runs, 43 doubles, six triples, 18 home runs, 75 RBI, 49 walks and 153 strikeouts...His 43 doubles led the California League … the only player in the league to hit over 40 doubles on the season...His 149 hits and 85 runs ranked fifth in the California League, and the .300 batting average ranked seventh...Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star … was also named a High-A All-Star and a Minor League All-Star by Baseball America.
Spent the entire season as the starting third baseman for Low-A Asheville...His 102 RBI were also tied for most in the South Atlantic League, and the 93 runs were tied for second-most. Recorded 46 doubles, which were the second-most on the Tourists and the second-most in the league...Named South Atlantic League Player of the Week for the week ending on April 20...Rated the fifth-best Rockies prospect and 95th overall prospect by Baseball America.
Spent his first professional season with Rookie Level Grand Junction and batted .321 (70-for218) in 59 games...Made 54 starts at third base for Grand Junction...Named the Pioneer League Player of the Week for the week ending Sept. 2...Named a Topps Short-Season/Rookie All-Star and MiLB.com Organization All-Star.