Jesus Aguilar was an All-Star for the first time in 2018 after winning the All-Star Final Vote, garnering 20.2 million votes to defeat Brandon Belt (SF), Matt Carpenter (STL), Max Muncy (LAD) and Trea Turner (WSH).
Spent most of the season with Miami where he batted .236 with 15 home runs and 49 RBI in 113 games…also played for Baltimore in September and hit .224 in 16 games…combined with both clubs for a .235 average, 16 home runs, 51 RBI and a .661 OPS in 129 games...Reached double figures in home runs for the fifth consecutive full season...Stole the first base of his career...His batting average was a career-low as was his OPS, on-base percentage (.281) and slugging percentage (.379)...Hit .247 (87-for-352) with a .694 OPS against right-handed pitchers compared to .196 (22-for112) with a .558 OPS against left-handers...His average improved to .263 with runners in scoring position and he now has a .289 career average with RISP...Six of his 16 home runs put his team ahead...Started 60 games at first base and 58 at designated hitter…also appeared in four games at third base, all with Miami…committed four errors, all as a first baseman, and had a .992 fielding percentage at first base...Hit .213 with eight home runs and 24 RBI as the designated hitter…was 1-for-9 (.111) with a walk as a pinch hitter...Started games at every spot in the order except first, eighth and ninth…saw his most action with 38 games batting cleanup, 32 hitting third and 30 from the two spot…batted .293 when hitting second...DAY-BY-DAY: Went 1-for-16 over his first four games but then reached base safely in 20 consecutive contests from April 14 to May 6…that was the second longest reaching base streak of his career (21, Sept. 20, 2020-April 17, 2021)…hit .329 with a .425 on-base percentage during the streak…had two sacrifice flies on April 15 against Philadelphia when he went 1-for-2 with three RBI…hit safely in a season-high seven consecutive games from April 29 to May 6…was 12-for-27 (.444) with two home runs and nine RBI during the streak…homered in back-toback games on May 13 and 14 against Milwaukee, giving him a .272 average, five home runs and 17 RBI over his first 31 games…then went 17-for-80 (.212) with one home run and seven RBI over his next 21 contests through June 9…doubled off Ian Anderson in the first inning on May 22 against Atlanta for his 500th career hit…had his best month in May when he hit .271 with six doubles, five home runs and 14 RBI in 25 games…had the walk-off RBI single June 8 against Washington, his fourth career game-ending RBI…connected for his eighth career two-homer game June 10 at Houston…his first home run, a first inning solo shot off Luis Garcia, was the 100th of his career…was on the Covid-19 list from June 17 to 20…stole the first base of his career July 5 against Los Angeles (AL)…his double July 9 at New York (NL) was the 100th two-bagger of his career…hit .197 over a 19-game stretch from July 10 to Aug. 1…was batting .197 in 20 games in August when he was designated for assignment Aug. 26…was released the next day and signed a minor league contract with Baltimore on Aug. 31…was selected by the Orioles on Sept. 1…went 1-for-18 over his first six games with Baltimore but was 10-for-31 (.323) over his final 10 contests.
Appeared in 131 games in 2021 hitting .261 with 22 home runs and 93 RBI...Tied for second in NL and T-8th in MLB with 93 RBI before a season-ending knee injury Sept. 5. Had 29 multi-RBI games on the season...Had .886 OPS on the road (17 HR and 51 RBI); owned .684 OPS at home (5 HR and 42 RBI)...Hit third career walk-off home run July 7 vs. LAD off Edwin Uceta.
Jesús Alexander Aguilar appeared in 51 games in 2020, hitting .277 with eight home runs and 34 RBI... Was voted by the South Florida BBWAA as the Marlins Most Valuable Player... Homered, doubled, and knocked in two runs in Miami’s 5-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs in game one of the Wild Card Series at Wrigley Field... Homered in three of the Marlins’ first four games, joining Derrek Lee (2002) and Cliff Floyd (1998) as the only players in club history to do so... One of just five players, with RHP Pablo Lopez, INF Brian Anderson, RHP Brandon Kintzler and RHP Brad Boxberger, to spend the entire season on the active roster.
Appeared in 131 games in 2019 with Milwaukee and Tampa Bay, combining to bat .236 with 12 home runs and 50 RBI...Was hitting .225 with eight home runs and 34 RBI in 94 games for Milwaukee before July 31 trade to Tampa Bay, where he batted .261 with four home runs and 16 RBI in 37 games...Was on the Rays' Wild Card Game roster for their 5-1 win over Oakland but did not appear.
Batted .274 with 35 HR and 108 RBI in 149 games with Milwaukee ... Made 123 starts (119g at 1B, 2g at 3B, 2g at DH) ... Was among the National League leaders in RBI (T4th, 108), slugging percentage (5th, .539), HR (T5th, 35) and OPS (9th, .890) ... Was an All-Star for the first time ... Was an All-Star Final Vote candidate, garnering 20.2 million votes to defeat Brandon Belt (SF), Matt Carpenter (StL), Max Muncy (LA) and Trea Turner (Wsh) ... Competed in the Home Run Derby and fell to Rhys Hoskins (Phi), 17-12, in the first round ... Was named Brewers Player of the Month for June (23g, .313, 10hr, 24rbi) ... Belted walk-off homers on 4/21 vs. Miami and 6/22 vs. St. Louis.....were the first walk-off homers of his career ... Batted .216 (8-for-37) with 2 HR and 5 RBI in 10 games during the postseason ... Homered in Game 3 of the NLDS at Colorado and in Game 1 of the NLCS vs. Los Angeles ... Notched 3 hits and 3 RBI in Game 6 of the NLCS vs. Los Angeles ... Played for Aragua in the Venezuelan Winter League (22g, .291, 0hr, 10rbi).
Was claimed off waivers by Milwaukee on 2/2 after being designated for assignment by Cleveland on 1/26... Made his first career Opening Day roster... Made the team after he batted .452 (28-for-62) with 17 runs (led team), 7 HR (led team) and 19 RBI (led team) in 25 games during Spring Training... Batted .265 with 16 HR and 52 RBI in 133 games during his first season with Milwaukee and first full season in the Major Leagues...Made 55 starts (52g at 1B, 3g at DH)... As a pinch-hitter batted .250 (15-for-60) with 3 HR and 10 RBI.....ranked among Major League pinch-hitters in HR (T3rd), hits (4th) and RBI (T5th)... Hit his first Major League homer on 5/4 at St. Louis with a pinch-hit solo shot off Matt Bowman, giving the team a 5-4 lead in the seventh inning (won 5-4)... Enjoyed the best game of his career on 7/7 at New York-AL as he tied the franchise record for RBI (7) in a game, belted his first career grand slam (off Tyler Clippard), and notched his first career 2-homer game... Smacked a 2-run pinch-hit homer off Greg Holland in the ninth inning on 8/19 at Colorado, giving the team a 5-3 lead (won 6-3)... Played for Caracas in the Venezuelan Winter League (24g, .317, 5hr, 15rbi)
Batted .247 with 30 HR and 92 RBI in 137 games at Triple-A Columbus...Led the International League in HR (30), RBI (92), extra-base hits (56) and total bases (243)...Was recalled by Cleveland on 9/11... Appeared in 9 games with the Indians (0-for-6).....his only start came on 9/27 at Detroit (1B)...Played for Caracas in the Venezuelan Winter League (42g, .314, 10hr, 22rbi)...Was designated for assignment on 1/26/17 and claimed off waivers by Milwaukee on 2/2/17.
Had another solid season at the Triple-A level, batting .267 (136-510) with 29 2B, 1 3B, 19 HR & 93 RBI in 131 games. ...He led the International League in RBI, which was 2nd-most in the Indians organization and 14th in all of Minor League Baseball and also FInished T4th in home runs (19), T8th in doubles (29), 9th in hits (136) and OPS (.771) and 10th in slugging pct. (.439) in the I.L...He hit .304 (79-260) with runners on, .309 (51-165) with RISP and .305 (18-59) with RISP-2outs....Aguilar batted .306 (41-134) with 14 2B, 5 HR & 26 RBI in 34 games from August 1 thru the end of the regular season and batted .256 (10-39) with 2 2B and 4 RBI in 11 postseason games for the International League champs...Made all 98 of his defensive appearances with Columbus at FIrst base...Was a midseason and postseason International League All-Star selection...Was with the Major League club over two stints from July 24-27 (3 games) and again from Sept. 23 thru the end of the season...Overall made 4 starts at first base, 1 start at DH and was 4-for-10 with a double (first career extra-base hit on Oct. 2 vs. Boston) and 1 RBI...Appeared in 21 games for Caracas in the VWL after the season.
Had a prolific year at Triple-A Columbus, hitting .304 (130-427) for the Clippers with 31 doubles, 19 home runs and 77 RBI in 118 games (.395/.511/.905)… Was a midseason International League all-star and a Triple-A All-Star selection from Baseball America .... Posted almost identical OPS' vs. LHP (.894) and RHP (.911)… Finished among International League batting leaders in on-base pct. (.395, 2nd), O P S (.905, 2nd), slugging pct. (.511, 4th), homers (19, 5th), walks (64, 5th), RBI (77, 4th), average (.304, 6th), runs scored (69, T6th) and total bases (218, 8th)...Among organizational leaders he was 3rd in HR, 4th in RBI and 5th in average (his 35 HR/182 RBI in 2013-14 are most in the system). Over his last 21 games for Columbus (Aug. 5-31) he hit .420 (34-81) w/18 RS, 9 2B, 5HR and 13 RBI as he went on to become IL Player of the Month in August (.365, 5HR, 13RBI, 19RS, 25G , 1.056O P S)...He also hit .356 (31-87) in April with 7HR and 16RBI in 24 games...For the year off RHP in Triple-A he batted .309 (89-288, 14HR, 49RBI) and .295 (41-139, 5HR, 28RBI) off LHP ...Hit .294 (58-197) with runners on base and .286 (32-112) with RISP ....Enjoyed a 5-hit game on August 25 vs. Indianapolis and had a pair of two-homer games .... Appeared in 82 games at first base and 1 game at third base for the Clippers....Named an organizational all-star by MILB.com. Enjoyed his first three stints at the Major League level as well in 2014...Was with the Major League club from May 15-19, May 27-June 6 and from Sep tember 1 thru the end of the regular season....Collected his 1st Major League hit (Drew Smyly) and RBI on May 19 vs. Detroit, going 1-for-3 w/2 RBI...Made his MLB debut on May 15 at Toronto...For Cleveland in 2014 he made 9 starts at first base (12 games), 2 starts at DH and appeared in 1 game at third base ... Was 1-for-17 in September in 11 games ... Played for Caracas in the LCBP over the winter (.303, 36-119, 4HR, 18RBI).
Set the Double-A Akron franchise single-season record w/a league-best 105 RBI surpassing the previous mark of 97 RBI held by Wes Hodges and Carlos Santana...His 105 RBI led the system and were the most by a player playing his full season at the Double-A level and ranked 6th in all of Minor League Baseball in 2013…Was a midseason and postseason Eastern League All-Star...Hit 16 homers on the season, which ranked 2nd on the team and T3rd in the organization...Posted at least 19RBI in four of the five months of the Minor League season and drove in 26 runs in both April (23 games) and August (28 games)...Hit .284 (99-348) off RHP with 22 2B, 13HR & 77RBI (.813OPS)...Hit .317 (82-259) w/runners on base, .339 (59-174) with RISP and .403 (31-77) with RISP-2outs...His RBI prowess continued in the winter, hitting .327 (74-226) w/7 2B, 18HR & 50RBI in 58 games in Venezuela with Caracas (1.000OPS; finished 4th in the LVBP in RBI, 2nd in HR and 7th in average)...Added to 40-man roster on November 20.
Hit a combined .280 (123-440) with 31 doubles, 2 triples, 15 home runs and 71RBI in 127 games between A Carolina and AA Akron (.372OB/.833OPS)...Ranked 4th in Indians Player Development system with 71 RBI...Named Carolina
League Batter of the Week 4/30-5/7 and hit .348 (31-89) in 26 May games with 8 2B, 2 3B, 3HR & 16RBI, 3rd highest average in May in the CL...Had three 2HR games for Carolina and was promoted to AA Akron on August 14, where he
had 7 multi-hit games for the Eastern League champs. Played for World Team in the 2012 All-Star Futures Game (KC)...Hit .312 (24-77) combined off left-handed pitching in 2012...Played for Caracas in the VZ Winter League after the season, hitting .267 (16-60) with 7 2B, 3HR & 9RBI in 22 games (.862OPS)...Enters 2013 ranked as the 10th best prospect and best power hitter in the Indians organization according to Baseball America.
Spent most of season at A Lake County and led the Indians Player Development System in RBI (82) and was 2nd in home runs (23) and 3rd in hits (131)... Named to the Midwest League Postseason All-Star Team and an MiLB.com Organization All-Star... Even though he played just 95 games for Low-A Lake County he still finished 7th in the Midwest League in home runs (19), 16th in RBI (69), 2nd in slugging pct. (.544), 2nd in OPS (.915) and was 2nd in home runs to at bat ratio (1 in 18.4).
Split season between Arizona rookie ball team and Mahoning Valley...Named NYPL Player of the Week for the week of 9/6.
Named to Dominican Summer League midseason all-star team.