Named to the American League All-Star Team in 2017 with Baltimore...Selected the American League Player of the Week twice in his career, earning the honor for the week ending July 23, 2017, and July 29, 2018...Played for the Netherlands in the 2013, 2017 and 2023 World Baseball Classic...Selected to participate in the Futures Game prior to the 2011 All-Star Game at Chase Field in Phoenix...Played on the Little League World Series championship team from Willemstad, Curacao in 2004, and recorded the save in the finale against Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Played in 131 games with the Tigers in 2022, his sixth consecutive 162-game season with at least 100 games played... Named a finalist for the Rawlings Gold Glove Award among American League second basemen...led all Major Leaguers with 27 outs above average and 22.8 defensive runs above average, while he ranked fifth among second basemen with eight defensive runs saved... Drove in the 500th run of his Major League career on April 9 vs. Chicago (AL) on a fielder’s choice... Recorded the 1,000th hit of his big league career on May 30 vs. Minnesota...became the third player from Curaçao with 1,000 career hits, joining Andruw Jones and Andrelton Simmons... Posted his 16th career four-RBI game in the second game of the doubleheader on May 31 vs. Minnesota, hitting a two-run homer in the first inning and a two-run single in the second...was the first Tigers player to drive in all four runs in a game when Detroit scored only four and won since Miguel Cabrera on June 12, 2015 vs. Cleveland... Combined to go 6x8 in the doubleheader on July 4 vs. Cleveland, including recording a hit in his first six plate appearances of the twin-bill...had four hits in the first game, his seventh career four-hit game and first since Sept. 3, 2021 at Cincinnati...recorded the 200th double of his Major League career in the second game of the doubleheader... Posted a season-best, 12-game hitting streak from July 4 (Game 1)-14, hitting .378/.417/.422 with two doubles and two RBI... Sidelined from Aug. 23 (retroactive to Aug. 21)-Sept. 8 with a right ankle sprain.
Was one of the team’s most consistent hitters in 2021, playing in 156 games, his third season with at least 150 games played...Finished the season with 22 home runs, his fifth consecutive 162-game season with 20-or-more home runs...Had 53 multi-hit games during the season, which ranked second in the American League and tied for fourth in the Majors...ranked tied for fifth in the American League and tied for 10th in the Majors with 173 hits...Made his first career start at first base April 3 vs. Cleveland...finished the season with 103 starts at first...Belted a pair of home runs June 1 at Milwaukee, his first multi-homer game with the Tigers...Finished a perfect 4-for-4 on June 4 at Chicago (AL), hitting a pair of homers and driving in five, tying his career-high...also drew a walk, marking the first time in his career reaching base five times in a game... was his 15th career multi-homer game and his fifth career four-hit performance...also had a four-hit game Sept. 3 at Cincinnati...Named Tigers Player of the Month for June, hitting .340/.379/.698 with eight doubles, 10 home runs and 27 RBI...ranked third in the American League in RBI, while he was tied for third in home runs, sixth in hits (36), seventh in slugging percentage and 10th in OPS (1.077)...his 10 homers in June were the most for a Tiger in a single month since Justin Upton hit 11 in August, 2017...Posted a career-best, 16-game hitting streak from July 7-26, hitting .354/.377/.446 with three doubles, a home run and 11 RBI...the streak was the longest by a Tigers player since Nick Castellanos hit safely in 17 straight games from Sept. 3-20, 2017...Recorded his best stretch of the season from May 22-Aug. 11, hitting .333/.376/.554 with 18 doubles, 15 home runs and 51 RBI in 70 games...led all Major Leaguers with 95 hits in that span, while he was fourth in batting average and tied for sixth in RBI...Hit his 20th homer of the season Sept. 10 vs. Tampa Bay, a go-ahead grand slam in the seventh inning...was his fifth career grand slam (last, Aug. 25, 2020, vs. Chicago (NL)) and gave him 20-or-more homers in a season for the fifth time in his career and for the third consecutive 162-game season...Played in the 1,000th game of his big league career on Sept. 30 at Minnesota...became the third player from Curaçao to play in 1,000 games, joining Andruw Jones (2,196) and Andrelton Simmons (1,188)...Posted a 12-game hitting streak from Sept. 18-Oct. 1, hitting .340/.396/.532 with three doubles, two home runs and seven RBI.
Completed his first season with the Tigers in 2020, appearing in 44 games... Named a finalist for the American League Gold Glove Award for second basemen...led all AL second basemen with a .994 fielding percentage during the season, committing just one error in 174 total chances...among qualified second basemen, he ranked second in the AL with a 2.4 UZR and first in the Majors with a 10.7 UZR/150 (UZR normalized for number of chances in a season)…Homered in three straight games from July 28-30, marking the fifth time in his career he has done so (last, Aug. 25-28, 2019)…each of the longballs came at home, becoming the first Tiger to homer in three consecutive games at Comerica Park since Ian Kinsler from May 16-18, 2016... Had his best stretch of the season over 30 games between Aug. 11-Sept. 12, over which he hit .302/.362/.509 with three doubles, two triples, five home runs and 15 RBI... Belted his fourth career grand slam on Aug. 25 vs. Chicago (NL)…was the second grand slam of the season for Detroit, following Isaac Paredes’ on Aug. 21 at Cleveland... Scored the 400th run of his career on Aug. 26 vs. Chicago (NL), going 3x5 with a RBI...was his fifth game of three-or-more hits during the season, which was tied with Jeimer Candelario for the team lead... Placed on the injured list on Sept. 13 with a right wrist sprain and missed the rest of the season.
Played in 121 games with Minnesota in 2019, marking the fourth consecutive year that he has appeared in 120 games-or-more at the Major League level...Ranked third among Major League second basemen with a .478 slugging percentage, while he was fourth with 22 home runs...Posted five multi-homer games during the season, hitting two home runs on April 9 at New York (NL), April 20 at Baltimore, May 18 at Seattle, May 23 at Los Angeles (AL), and August 28 at Chicago (AL)... his five multi-homer games were tied for the second most by a second baseman in Major League history, trailing only Chase Utley's seven multi-homer games in 2006 with Philadelphia...Recorded his fourth career game with five RBI on May 18 at Seattle...Hit .311/.340/.689 with two doubles, five home runs and nine RBI in 15 games during August...Played in his 800th career game on September 27 at Kansas City.
Began fifth season with Baltimore as their Opening Day second baseman March 29 vs. Minnesota...Placed on 10-day disabled list April 14 with a right oblique strain; appeared in four games between Single-A Frederick, Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Norfolk, returned from rehab and reinstated May 8...Recorded eighth career multi-homer game July 5 at Minnesota homering off Aaron Slegers and Addison Reed...Named American League Player of the Week July 29, hitting .379 (11-for-29) with five home runs and 13 RBI in six games for the Orioles...homered in five straight games July 22-27...Hit .360 (36-for-100) with seven doubles, nine home runs, 19 RBI and a 1.056 OPS in 24 July games... Acquired by Milwaukee July 31 in exchange for infielders Jonathan Villar and Jean Carmona, and right-handed pitcher Luis Ortiz...Hit third career grand slam and tied career-high with five RBI September 9 vs. San Francisco, off Madison Bumgarner...Hit 20 home runs as a second baseman, tied for fourth most in baseball...Combined to hit .233 (110-for-473) with 22 doubles, 21 home runs, 61 RBI and 61 runs scored in 131 games between Baltimore and Milwaukee..played 116 games (102 starts) at second base and 17 games (13 starts) between both teams at shortstop.
Recorded his 95th RBI of the season on 8/26 to become the O's all-time single season RBI leader by a second baseman (primary pos.) in team history; his 32 home runs were also a team record for second basemen...Appeared in seven games for Team Netherlands in the 2017 World Baseball Classic...Batted .300 (6-for-27) with four RBI and four runs scored...Selected to the 2017 All-Star Game, his first career All-Star Game selection...Went 1-for-1 with one double, and one run, while playing 3.0 innings at second base...Voted the winner of the 2017 Louis M. Hatter Most Valuable Oriole Award by members of the local media...Named AL Player of the Week for the week of 7/17-23; hit .433/.438/.800 and his three home runs tied for most in the AL...Led the Orioles and set career-highs in hits, runs, RBI, and slugging percentage...His 51 RBI since the All-Star break were the 15th-most in majors and ranked eighth-most in the American League...Ranked sixth in the American League and tied for 12th in the majors with 105 RBI...Ranked sixth in the American League in hits (182) and tied for fourth in multi-hit games (53)...Recorded his first career 100 RBI season and became the fastest Oriole to reach 100 RBI (8/31) since Chris Davis in 2013 (8/1)...His 67 extra-base hits were tied for 12th-most in the American League...His 66 extra-base hits as a second baseman ranked fourth-most in the majors...One of four (Arenado, Lamb, Shaw) infielders (excluding 1B), and the only American League infielder, with 30-or-more home runs and at least 100 RBI...Posted a career-high 26-game on-base streak from 4/12-5/12 (.344/.385/.613)...According to Baseball-Reference, had a career-high 5.1 WAR...Recorded his second career walk-off hit on 9/1 vs. TOR, an RBI double in the bottom of the 13th inning...Recorded at least one RBI in a career-high eight-straight games (7/17-24) with 17 total RBI...Hit .343 (36-for-105) with nine home runs, 21 runs, and 28 RBI in 26 games in July...His 28 RBI were the most in the AL in July and his nine home runs were tied for second-most...Was a part of both triple plays turned by the Orioles; 6-4-3 in the bottom of the eighth on 5/2 at BOS and 5-4-3 in the top of the second on 8/3 vs. DET...His 86 home runs as a second baseman since the beginning of 2014 rank fourth-most in the majors...In his career, the Orioles are 59-23 in games in which he homers.
His 162 games played, 164 hits, 82 runs scored, 38 doubles, 25 home runs, 21 walks, and 82 RBI set new career highs ...Tied for frst on the team with 13 game-winning RBI (also Chris Davis)...Collected career-high tying fve RBI on 9.30 at NYY...Posted an 11-game hitting streak from 6/18-29, his fourth hitting streak of at least 11 games in his career and second of 2016...Slugged his fourth career multi-home run game, hit his second career grand slam, and logged a career-high fve RBI on 5/14 vs. DET (2-for-3, 1 BB, 2 HR, 2 R, 5 RBI)...With M. Trumbo, became the frst set of Orioles teammates to post multi-home run performances in same game (4.15) since M. Machado and C. Parmelee on 6/16/15 vs. PHI...Slugged his frst Major League triple on 5.12 vs. DET...His frst triple since 6.12.12 vs. Portland (with Double-A Bowie)...Hit a go-ahead, two-run, two-out double in the 14th inning of 7/6's 6-4 game at LAD...The time of game was 5:26...64 of his 164 hits went for extra bases (38 doubles, one triple, 25 home runs)...His 55 home runs as a second baseman since the beginning of 2014 rank sixth in the majors...In his career, the Orioles are 41-12 in games in which he homers ...Started at second base in the 2016 AL Wild Card Game at TOR (0-for-4).
Posted a career-high 12-game hitting streak, 9/7-19 (.327/.353/.531, three home runs, five RBI) • Notched his second career multi-homer game on 9/13 vs. KC (also 5/26/14 at MIL) • Hit his first career walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning on 7/10 vs. WAS • 32 of his 85 hits were for extra bases...Finished one double (17) and one homer (15) shy of his career-high despite playing in 51 fewer games than 2014 • His 30 home runs as a second baseman since the beginning of 2014 rank fourth in the majors • Placed on the 15-day disabled list on 4/18 (sprained right knee)...Transferred to the 60-day DL on 6/16...Reinstated from the 60-day DL on 7/5 • Belted his first career grand slam on 4/11 vs. TOR (T. Redmond)...His four RBI were a career-high • In his career, the Orioles are 26-4 in games in which he homers
Made 1st career Opening Day start for the Birds, March 31 vs. BOS, playing 2B and going 1-for-3...Ranked 8th among all ML 2B with 89 doubles plays turned...Was 4th among AL 2B with a .987 fielding percentage and 5th with a 16 Total Zone Runs and a 4.84 Range Factor/9 Innings...The Orioles went 14-1 in games in which he homered...Hit 1st HR of the season, April 9 @NYY (Tanaka)...Collected 1st career multi-HR game, May 26 @MIL...Collected career-high four hits, April 18 @BOS...Had game-winning RBI, May 9 vs. HOU...Hit his 1st career HR off a LHP, August 5 @TOR (Buehrle)...Hit his 1st HR of the season at home, August 11 vs. NYY...Homered in three consecutive games for the 1st time in his career, September 2-4 vs. CIN...Tied his career-high with three RBI for the 4th time, September 3 vs. CIN (also August 18 @CWS, August 11 vs. NYY, and April 9 @NYY)...Hit solo HR, September 28 @TOR, giving the O's a 1-0 win in the regular season finale...Started all seven postseason games, batting .190/.292/.238 with a double and two RBI in 24 plate appearances.
Recalled, September 3, from Triple-A Norfolk and made his ML debut, September 25 vs. TOR...Went 2-for-3, with a BB, HR, 3R and RBI in his debut...Became the 2nd Oriole in club history to hit a HR in his first ML game (Larry Haney, 7/27/66 vs. CLE)...Batted .256/.301/.396 with nine home runs and 34 RBI in 289 plate appearances while playing second base and shortstop for the Tides...Did not play, May 13-July 25, due to a stress fracture in his lower back...Hit .214/.313/.464 with two home runs in eight games for Team Netherlands in the World Baseball Classic...Also played for championship winning Surprise in the AFL, going 1-for-3 with a run scored in the championship game...Named the Orioles #5 overall prospect by Baseball America...Also named a top 100 overall prospect by Baseball Prospectus (82) and ESPN.com (86).
Had his first exposure to Double-A, spending the entire season with Bowie
... Led team in home runs (14) and at-bats (485)
... Was 2nd in games played (124), hits (119), runs (68), and total bases (187)
... Was 3rd in doubles (24) and RBI (56)
... Tied career-high with two homers June 24
... Tied career-high with four RBI on June 24 and July 13
... Named the #3 prospect in the O's organization after the season by Baseball America
... Also named Best Power Hitter and Best Infield Arm in the O's system by Baseball America.
Was named the Orioles Brooks Robinson Minor League Player of the Year for his time in Single-A Delmarva and
Frederick...Named the #3 O's prospect and #82 overall prospect in baseball after the season by Baseball America...Hit a
combined .290 with 13 home runs, 71 RBI and a .781 OPS in 128 games (Delmarva 51 and Frederick 77)...He was named the
Orioles Minor League Player of the Month for August, the Carolina League Player of the Week August 8-14, and was selected to
play in the Futures Game in Arizona as the Orioles' representative on the World Team...In the Carolina League Playoffs, Schoop
was 11-for-35 (.314) with 11 hits and six runs scored.
Led the GCL Orioles with three home runs and was second with 16 RBI despite playing just 17 games with the club...
Drove in a career-high four runs June 24 against the GCL Red Sox...Was promoted to Bluefield on July 17...Hit .318 (28-88)
with nine doubles, a triple, two home runs, 12 RBI, a .381 OBP and a .511 SLG in 26 games in August...Matched a career-high
with four hits August 30 at Johnson City...Was promoted to Frederick on September 1...Went 3-5 with a pair of doubles, two runs
scored and two RBI in his final game of the season September 6 at Wilmington...Was named the 10th best prospect in the Orioles
organization by Baseball America following the 2010 season.
Had a career-high four hits on July 17...Hit safely in final four games of the season, batting .533 (8-15) with two doubles
and two RBI.