Full name is Justin Matthew Turner. Married to wife, Kourtney...Their wedding in 2017 was officiated by former MLB pitcher Orel Hershiser. Nickname is “Red.” Played 4 seasons at California State University, Fullerton (2003-06)...Won the 2004 College World Series...Named to the CWS All-Tournament team as senior in 2006 (2B) and as a freshman in 2003 (SS). Selected twice in the MLB First-Year Player Draft: by NYY in 2005 (29th round, did not sign) and CIN in 2006 (7th round). Graduated from Mayfair High School in Lakewood, CA. Played for Yarmouth-Dennis in the Cape Cod Baseball League during the summer of 2005.
Full name is Justin Matthew Turner. Married to wife, Kourtney...Their wedding in 2017 was officiated by former MLB pitcher Orel Hershiser. Nickname is “Red.” Played four seasons at California State University, Fullerton (2003-06)...Won the 2004 College World Series...Named to the CWS All-Tournament team as senior in 2006 (2B) and as a freshman in 2003 (SS). Selected twice in the MLB First-Year Player Draft: by NYY in 2005 (29th round, did not sign) and CIN in 2006 (seventh round). Graduated from Mayfair High School in Lakewood, Calif. Played for Yarmouth-Dennis in the Cape Cod Baseball League during the summer of 2005.
Produced a .278/.361/.471 slashline over 151 games this season, going 148-for-533 with 22 doubles, 27 home runs, 87 RBI, and 98 strikeouts against a career-high 61 walks... Led the National League in multiple offensive categories: total bases (22nd, 251) and home runs (24th, 27), and also led in HBP (12th, 12)... Ranked first in team average (.278) and team hits (148), and ranked amongst the team best in home runs (2nd, 27), RBI (2nd, 87), OBP (3rd, .361), SLG (3rd, .471), and OPS (3rd, .832)…matched his career-high from 2016 and 2019 with 27 homers... Gathered his second career All-Star distinction, after slashing .305/.391/.498 with 15 home runs and 39 RBI leading up to the Midsummer Classic... Was a key cog in the Dodgers’ lineup, batting .400 (4-for-10) in bases-loaded situations and .263 (36-for-137) with runners in scoring position, facing both situations in 118 games... Had two multi-home run games, the 11th and 12th of his career, on June 9 at PIT and Sept. 7 at STL, going 5-for-10 with four runs, four home runs, and five RBI in both matchups... Registered an eight-game hitting streak from July 1–10, going 16-for-32 with three home runs and nine RBI... Hit .188/.211/.206 in ten postseason games, totaling three runs, one home run, and one RBI... Notched a .961 fielding percentage through 143 games (135 starts) at third base... Made his Major League debut as a pitcher, tossing a scoreless inning of relief on Aug. 29 against Colorado...it was his first career pitching appearance Batted .258 (41-for-159) against lefties and .286 (107-for-374) against righties…fair well against both starting and relieving pitching, posting a .304/.392/.528 and .243/.321/.396 respectively…had three hits in ten games, tallying seven home runs and 18 RBI during those matchups…batted .338 (22-for-65) in 18 games against Arizona this year, totaling four home runs and 20 RBI…was great offensively in his seven games against Washington, going 11-for-22 with two home runs and three RBI…stole three bases on the year (8/8 vs. LAA, 9/4 at SF, 9/29 vs. SD).
Slashed .307/.400/.460 with nine doubles, four homers and 23 RBI in 42 games during the abbreviated 60-game season last year...Batted .350 (14-for-40) with runners in scoring position and .369 (24-for-65) with runners on base...Hit third (31 games) or fourth (11 games) all season...Hit .340 (35-for-103) vs. right handers and .373 (25-for-67) at Dodger Stadium...Recorded his 1,000th-career hit on Aug. 11, 2020 with a double off the Padres’ Garrett Richards...Had a season-high 13-game hitting streak from Aug. 5-19...Missed 13 games after being placed on the 10-Day IL on August 29 with a left hamstring strain...Earned a walk in the final game of the season, ex tending his on-base streak to 32 games, the longest active on-base streak in the Major Leagues...Homered twice against the Angels on September 25, his 10th career multi-homer game...Appeared in all 18 Postseason games, posting a .250 average (17-for-68) with six doubles, 13 runs scored, three homers and six RBI…did not make an error in 39 total chances at third base during the Postseason run...Hit three Postseason home runs (NLCS Game 6/World Series Games 3 and 4), giving him the most in Dodger history with 12 in his career…hit .320 (8-for-25) with two homers and four doubles in the 2020 World Series...Since 2015, his 12 Postseason round-trippers are the most in the NL...Became the first three-time winner of the Dodgers’ Roy Campanella Award, taking home the honor for the third time in the last four seasons.
Slashed .290/.372/.509 with 24 doubles, 27 homers and 67 RBI across 135 games, his most since 2016 ... Finished the season with 40 multi-hit games, trailing Cody Bellinger's team-leading 45 multi-hit efforts ... Matched a career high with 27 home runs on the season, reaching the mark in 16 fewer games than his 2016 campaign (151) ... Set a new career high with 80 runs scored and notched his highest fielding percentage with a .973 clip at the hot corner...launched 10 homers and drove in 19 to tally a .330/.389/.680/1.069 line in August for his most homers in a calendar month...ranked fourth among Major League third baseman with a .973 fielding percentage (8E/1023.2) at the hot corner...appeared in all five Postseason games, posting a .286 average (6-for-21) with a pair of doubles and homers, five RBI and three runs scored...hit safely in four of five Postseason games to cap his Postseason hit streak at 13 straight consecutive NLDS contests...after launching his eighth and ninth Postseason home runs in Games 3 and 4 of the NLDS, he trails just Duke Snider (11) and Steve Garvey (10) in Dodger franchise Postseason homers...since 2015, his nine Postseason round-trippers are the most in the NL...recipient of the Dodgers' 2019 Roy Campanella Award for the second time in his career…he joins Chase Utley and Clayton Kershaw as the third Dodger to receive the accolade twice.
Posted a .312/.406/.518 slash line with 62 runs, 31 doubles, one triple, 14 home runs and 53 RBI despite being limited by injuries to 103 games…the Dodgers went 63-40 when Turner appeared in a game ... Drew 47 walks and was hit by a team-leading 12 pitches, while striking out 54 times ... Among hitters with 400 or more PA, ranked fifth in batting average, fourth in OBP and ninth in OPS (.924) ... Dominated left-handed pitchers, hitting .336 (40-for-119) with 15 doubles, one triple, four homers and 17 RBI along with a 1.028 OPS…posted the fifth best batting average against southpaws in the National League, while his OPS ranked fourth on the Senior Circuit ... Posted .962 fielding percentage (10 E/777.0 INN) at third base, which was the 10th best fielding percentage among big league third basemen (min. 750.0 INN) ... In 55 games following the All-Star break, he ranked among big league leaders in batting average (.356, 2nd), OBP (.447, 3rd), SLG (.619, 5th), OPS (1.066, 4th), doubles (24, 2nd), extra-base hits (34, 8th) and hit by pitches (8, T-4th)…finished with the sixth best OPS in franchise history post All-Star break, trailing just Manny Ramirez (1.232, 2008), Mike Piazza (1.147, 1997), Duke Snider (1.132, 1953), Adrian Beltre (1.106, 2004) and Shawn Green (1.071, 2001) ... Voted the National League Player of the Month for August after batting .402 (39-for-97) with 22 runs, 11 doubles, one triple, six home runs, 20 RBI and a stolen base across 25 August games to claim his first career NL Player of the Month Award, and second monthly award overall after earning NL Rookie of the Month honors in May 2011…became just the seventh player in franchise history to bat .400-or-better with at least 18 extra-base hits in a single calendar month, joining Hall of Famers Jackie Robinson (May 1949) and Zack Wheat (August 1925), as well as Del Bissonette (May 1930), Babe Herman (July 1930, July 1929) and John Frederick (May 1929) ... Batted .464 (26-for-56) during a 14-game hitting streak from Aug. 4-20…tied for the second-longest streak of his career ... Collected his fourth career walk-off hit with a game-winning RBI double on August 25 against the Padres ... Appeared in all 16 of the Dodgers' Postseason games, going 20-for-67 (.299) with a .373 OBP, three doubles, a homer and four RBI…hit .333 (8-for-24) in the World Series vs. Boston ... Named the clubs' 2018 nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award, the most prominent individual player award bestowed by MLB…was selected as the Dodgers' nominee for a second consecutive season ... Opened the season on the DL after he was hit by a pitch during a Spring Training game vs. Oakland on March 19, sustaining a small non-displaced fracture of his left wrist…returning to the Dodger lineup on May 15…also placed on DL from July 23-Aug. 2 with a right groin strain.
First time All-Star posted a .322/.415/.530 slashline with 72 runs, 32 doubles, 21 home runs and 71 RBI in 130 games… finished third in the National League in batting average (5th, ML), while also ranking second in OBP (4th, ML) and eighth in OPS (.945) ... His .380 batting average (54-for-142) against left-handed pitchers ranked fourth in the big leagues, while he led the Majors in OBP (.477) and ranked third in OPS (1.181) ... Went 30-for-100 (.300) with RISP and batted .319 (65-for-204) with runners on base, which ranked 18th in the National League ... Recorded a team-high tying 42 multi-hit games, which also tied for 16th in the NL…also ranked ninth in the senior circuit with a 5.5 WAR, according to Fangraphs.com ... Finished eighth in the National League MVP voting ... Selected to his first All-Star game, earning the spot via MLB's Final Vote, tallying an all-time record of 20.8 million votes during the four-day balloting ... Prior to the All-Star break, he led the Majors (min. 200 AB) with a .377 batting average and a .473 OBP in 65 games, while recording 17 doubles, 10 homers, 37 RBI, 28 multi-hit games (T-7th, NL) and a 1.056 OPS (3rd, ML)…his OBP ranked 13th best at the All-Star Break since 1969 in the NL ... Recognized as the Dodgers' Roy Campanella Award winner, which is given to the Dodger player who best exemplifies the spirit and leadership of the late Hall of Fame catcher, and is voted on by Dodger players and coaches…also was the club's nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award ... Capped off a career-high 16-game hitting streak from April 13-30, hitting .433 (26-for-60) with six doubles, one home run and nine RBI along with a 1.083 OPS ... Appeared in all 15 postseason games for the Dodgers and posted a .286 (16-for-56)/.420/.536 slashline with eight runs, two doubles, four homers and 14 RBI…drove in the most runs in a single postseason in Dodger history, while his four longballs tied for second most by a Dodger in a single postseason…named NLCS co-MVP with teammate Chris Taylor ... Placed on the 10-day disabled list from May 19-June 9 with a right hamstring strain.
Batted .275 and posted career-highs in runs (79), hits (153), walks (48), doubles (34), triples (3), homers (27), RBI (90) and games played (151)...Ranked 12th in the NL with a .305 batting average vs. right-handed pitchers (117-for-384), with 22 of his 27 homers coming off righties...Hit .325 with runners in scoring position - the 13th-best mark in the NL - and hit .300 with runners on base (76-for-253)...Got off to a slow start, but posted a .307/.356/.577 slashline over his final 91 games after June 13, going 108-for-352 with 25 doubles, 22 homers and 69 RBI…in that span, ranked among the NL leaders in average (15th), doubles (10th), homers (T-6th), slugging percentage (5th) and RBI (T-3rd)…hit only .221 (45-for-204) during his first 60 games through June 12...Was a Gold Glove finalist and ranked fourth among NL third basemen with a .972 fielding percentage…appeared in 144 games (138 starts) at third base and one game at first base...Reached base safely in 10 of 11 postseason games, posting .286/.457/.514 slashline…went 10-for-35 with six runs, a triple, two homers and eight RBI…slugged his first career postseason home run with a two-run shot in the third inning in Game 1 of the NLDS...Selected as a finalist for the Players Choice Award for Marvin Miller Man of the Year honor.
Appeared in a career-high 126 games after winning the starting spot at third base…batted .294 with 26 doubles, a triple, 16 homers and 60 RBI, tying a career high with 113 hits (also: 2011) and setting career-best marks in home runs and RBI. ... Ranked 12th in the NL (min. 350 AB) with a .370 on-base percentage and placed 13th with a .491 slugging percentage. ... Batted .312 against right-handed pitchers, the fourth-best mark in the NL by a right-handed hitter (min. 250 AB). ... Hit .356 with runners on base (58-for-163) and batted .322 (29-for-90) with RISP. ... Batted .314 (54-for-172) with a .388 on-base percentage, 15 doubles, eight homers and 33 RBI in 60 home games…ranks third among active players (min. 100 AB) with a .318 batting average in 127 career games at Dodger Stadium. ... Posted a .963 fielding percentage, appearing at all four infield positions - 10 games (six starts) at first base, five games (three starts) at second base, 100 games (88 starts) at third base and one start at shortstop. ... Tied a career high with four hits on two occasions, April 19 vs. Colorado and July 20 at Atlanta. ... Hit safely in all five postseason games (four multi-hit games), going 10-for-19 (.526) with two runs scored, six doubles and four RBI in the NLDS vs. New York…his six doubles tied for the most ever by any player in a single postseason series along with the Yankees' Hideki Matsui (2004 ALCS) and the Tigers' Pete Fox (1934 World Series)…his 10 hits were the most by a Dodger in a postseason series since Steve Garvey's 10 in the 1981 World Series and tied for the second most in a postseason series in franchise history. ... Placed on the DL from July 31-Aug. 13 with a right thigh skin infection. ... On Oct. 22, had arthroscopic surgery performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache on his left knee to clean up loose bodies.
Set career marks in batting average (.340), homers (7), on-base percentage (.404) and slugging percentage (.493) in 109 games with the Dodgers...Led National Leaguers (min. 250 AB) in batting average and ranked third in on-base percentage...Was 26-for-62 (.419) with runners in scoring position, the best mark among Major Leaguers (min. 50 AB w/ RISP)...Had a .295 batting average with two strikes (46-for-156), the best mark in the NL...As a pinch hitter, hit .400 (12-for-30) with three doubles and 10 RBI…tied with John Mayberry for the best mark in the big leagues…was the second-best average for a pinch hitter in franchise history, behind Jeff Treadway's .481 mark in 1994 (min. 25 PA)...Got off to a slow start, hitting only .175 (10-for-57) in 22 games through May 10, before batting .381 (88-for-231) in his final 87 games...Made the club's roster as a non-roster invitee and was the Dodgers' Opening Day second baseman against the D-backs on March 22 in the Opening Series in Australia...Appeared at all four infield positions: first base (2 G, 2 GS), second base (14 G, 12 GS), third base (59 G, 45 GS) and shortstop (15 G, 8 GS)...Recorded five consecutive multi-hit performances from June 6-12…plated two runs in three consecutive games from May 31-June 2...Placed on the DL from June 29-July 18 with a left hamstring strain...Appeared in his first postseason action last year, appearing in two games in the NLDS against St. Louis
Appeared in 86 games for the Mets in a versatile role, seeing action at all four infield positions…batted a career-high .280 with two homers and 16 RBI...Posted a .989 combined fielding percentage at third base (23 games), shortstop (18 games), first base (15 games) and second base (12 games), while appearing in the outfield (left field) for the first time in his career on May 8 against the White Sox...Started the season off hot, batting .368 (14-for-38) with three doubles and four RBI in 15 April games...Placed on the disabled list from June 18-July 22 wtih an intercostal strain...had short rehab assignments with four minor league affiliates.
Spent his first full season in the majors...Made one trip the 15-Day Disabled
List, May 29-June 16, with a sprained right ankle...Set a career-high in batting average...Made his first major league appearance at first base on April 10 vs.
Washington...Started, handled five chances cleanly and went 1-4...Hit in the three spot of the line-up for the first time in his career on April
13 at Philadelphia...Went 0-4 and scored a run...Worked a bases-loaded, ninth-inning walk in a 13th pitch at-bat vs. Heath
Bell to tie the game 2-2 on April 26 vs. Miami...Made his first career start at shortstop on May 7 at Philadelphia...Went 2-8 in two games for Buffalo (AAA) of the International League
before being activated from the DL on June 16...Tied his career-high with four hits on July 6 vs. Chicago (NL)...It marked the
third time he had four hits in a game and the first time since July 10, 2011
at San Francisco...Hit his first home run since August 6, 2011 on August 25 vs. Houston (off
Mickey Storey)...Snapped a string of 263 at-bats without a home run...Went 12-48 (.250) with three doubles, five walks and six RBI as a pinchhitter...Was 23-62 (.371) during day games.
Recalled from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League on April 19 and remained with the Mets for the remainder of
the season...Finished fourth among National League rookies in RBI, hits and runs
scored, fifth in multi-hit games (26), second in doubles, third in walks
and fourth in extra-base hits (34)...Had a career-best four hits twice: May 27 vs. Philadelphia and July 10
at San Francisco...Set a Mets rookie record with at least one RBI in seven consecutive
games from May 14-May 21...Drove in 12 runs during the stretch,
which broke Ron Swoboda's old mark of six games from August 22-
August 26, 1965...Also had nine RBI over a four-game span from May
15-May 19...Four other Mets rookies had accomplished that
feat...Jose Reyes (10 in 2003), Mike Jacobs (nine in 2005), Darryl
Strawberry (nine in 1983) and Steve Henderson (nine in 1977)...Turner, who played in 42 games in the majors at the time of his
seven-game RBI streak, was only the third player to make his major
league debut in the expansion era (since 1961) and record a sevengame
RBI streak within his first 50 games in the majors...The others
were Ryan Braun from June 19-June 26, 2007 and Pedro Alvarez from
September 21-September 27, 2010...Compiled another six-game RBI streak (six total) from May 25-May 30...Became the third rookie in major league history with at least one
RBI in 13 of 15 games after going 2-4 with an RBI on May 30 vs.
Pittsburgh...Pinky Whitney of the Phillies in 1928 (14 of 15 games)
and Buster Chatham of the Boston Braves in 1930 (13 of 15)...Became the fourth rookie in team history with at least 30 doubles
in a season...Ty Wigginton holds the franchise record for rookies
with 36 doubles in 2003, Ike Davis is second with 33 doubles in 2010
and Kazuo Matsui collected 32 doubles in 2004...Turner reached 30
doubles one season after Davis did...Since 2000 five other teams had
rookies accomplish the feat in consecutive seasons...The Mets (2003-
2004), Colorado (Matt Holliday in 2004 and Garrett Atkins in 2005),
Oakland (Bobby Crosby in 2004 and Nick Swisher in 2005), San
Diego (Josh Barfield in 2006 and Kevin Kouzmanoff in 2007) and
Tampa Bay (Delmon Young in 2007 and Evan Longoria in 2008)...Was hit by a pitch 10 times to tie Jason Phillips (2003) for the
second-most in team history by a rookie...Ron Hunt holds the
rookie mark with 13 hit-by-pitches in 1963...Reached safely (via hit, walk or hit-by-pitch) at least once in 28 straight games from June 1-July 6, the longest
single season streak by a rookie in team history....Mike Vail set the mark with 27 straight from August 24-
September 16, 1975 and Steve Henderson matched it, July 5-August 5, 1977...Hit .350 (35-100) with runners in scoring position, sixth-best in the NL (0.62 plate appearances/team game)...Became the first Mets player to win NL Rookie of the Month, capturing the award for May...Hit .325 (27-83) with a home
run and 20 RBI in the month...Picked up his first RBI with the Mets on April 27 at Washington...Singled home a run in the third inning...Delivered a pinch-hit, two-run, go-ahead single in the eighth inning on May 7 vs. Los Angeles (NL)...Hit .400 (4-10) with
two doubles and three RBI as a pinch-hitter...Hit his first major league home run on May 15 at Houston (off Aneury Rodriguez)...Fashioned a streak of three straight games with multiple hits, May 15-May 18...Drove in a career-best five runs on May 15 at Houston to become the 10th Mets second baseman to do so in a
single game...Jose Valentin holds the record with seven RBI in game two of a doubleheader on July 8, 2006 vs. Florida...Put together a then career-best hitting streak of eight games from May 13-May 21...Hit .424 (14-33) during this span
with six doubles, one home run, and 12 RBI...Picked up a game-ending RBI on June 22 vs. Oakland...Was hit by a pitch in the 13th inning to send the team to a 3-2
win and its first walkoff win of the year...Hit in 14 of 15 games from July 9-July 29 (23-67, .343)...Had a career-high 11-game hitting streak from August 26-September 11...Hit .386 (17-44) during that streak...Also
fashioned a 10-game streak from July 19-July 29...Hit .333 (15-45) in that span...In late-inning pressure situations with runners on, he hit .414 (12-29)...Collected his first career multi-home run game (two), August 6 vs. Atlanta (both off
Was claimed off waivers from the Baltimore Orioles on May 25...Recalled from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League on July 16...
Optioned back to Buffalo on July 20...Appeared in four games with the Mets, with one start at second base, July
18 at San Francisco...Saw action in two other games at second base and one game at third, July
19 at Arizona...Started the year with the Baltimore Orioles and went hitless in his first nine
at-bats in the big leagues from April 12-April 23...Finished fifth in the International League with a .316 (125-396) batting average...
Hit .333 (104-312) in 78 games with Buffalo and .250 (21-84) in 23
contests with the Orioles' Norfolk (AAA) team of the International League...Tied for first on the Bisons in runs scored...Ranked third in hits, and fifth in
doubles and extra-base hits (34)...Hit home runs in back-to-back games twice: July 7-July 8 and August 31-
September 1...With Buffalo, hit .380 (30-79) in 19 games in June, .360 (27-75) in 21
contests in July and .344 (11-32) in seven games in September...From July 1-August 31 his .370 average was second in the International
League...Hit safely in 17 of 18 games from July 4-August 2...Hit .408 (29-71) in those
contests...Went 6-6 and hit for the cycle vs. Rochester in the last game of the season
on September 6...Scored four runs...Became the first Buffalo player to hit for
the cycle since outfielder Mark Little accomplished the feat in Rochester on
April 26, 2004...Also became the first Bisons' player to collect six hits in a
game in the modern era...The last six-hit game by a Buffalo player was by
Howard "Butch" Meyers on June 29, 1936 at Rochester...Saw action at second base, shortstop and third base...Compiled a .366 (52-142) batting average after the All-Star break...Hit .374 (37-99) vs. lefthanded pitchers and .315 (67-213) vs. righthanders...Went 4-4 with two home runs vs. Columbus on July 29...For the season he had 14, two-hit games; nine, three-hit games; two, four-hit games and the six-hit contest...Hit safely in his first 10 games with Buffalo from May 28-June 7...Was 14-41 (.341) in that span...Also had another 10-
game streak from July 22-August 2...Batted .457 (16-35) during that streak.
Had his contract selected from Triple-A Norfolk on September 8...Made his major league debut as a pinch hitter September 8 at Boston and struck out against Clay Buchholz in his first at-bat...Recorded his first ML hit @NYY on September 11, (occurred at 1:17 a.m. on September 12) a single off Michael Dunn...Made his first ML start September 13 @NYY and went 1-for-2 with 2 walks, a run scored and his first RBI...Batted .300 (116-387) with 2 HR and 43 RBI in 108 games for Norfolk in his first season at the Triple-A level...Led the Tides in games played (108) and hits (116) and finished 2nd on the club with 28 doubles and 54 runs scored...His .300 batting average was good for 10th in the International League
Split the season between Class-A Sarasota (.316 in 33 games) and Double-A Chattanooga (.289 in 78 games)...Hit
safely in 19 of his first 20 games with Sarasota, including a 14-game hitting streak, April 14-28, during which he batted .433
(26-60)...Collected multiple hits in 12 of his 33 games with Sarasota, including 4 on April 14 at Lakeland...Joined Chattanooga
for his first game on May 15 vs. Mississippi (0-3, 2BB, R)...Went a career-best 5-for-5 with a home run and 3 RBI on July 2 vs.
West Tennessee...Hit .370 (30-81) in 22 August games...Batted .372 (32-86) against lefties and .253 (49-194) against righties
with Chattanooga...Batted .337 (30-89) with 7 doubles, a home run, 15 RBI and 18 runs scored in 23 games with Peoria in the
Arizona Fall League.
Batted a combined .307 with 10 HR, 59 RBI and 12 stolen bases in 123 games with Class-A Dayton and Class-A Sarasota...Spent all but 6 games of his season at Dayton where he ranked among Midwest League leaders in hits (2nd, 145) and batting average (3rd, .311)...Finished 4th among all Reds minor leaguers with a .307 average...Hit .358 in May (39-109, 20R in 29 games)...As the East Division's starting second baseman, hit an RBI-double and scored a run in the Midwest League
All-Star Game...Had a 10-game hitting streak, August 8-21, during which he batted .390 (16-41)...Three times collected 4 hits
in a game (May 9 vs. Peoria, July 8 at South Bend, August 16 at Great Lakes)...Promoted to Sarasota on August 29...Including
Dayton and Sarasota totals, batted .344 (32-93) in 24 August games...Named to the Midwest League Post-Season All-Star Team
Batted .338 (3rd in the organization) with 6 HR, 41 RBI and 12 stolen bases in 60 games with Rookie Billings...Ranked
among Pioneer League leaders in BA (4th), and runs scored (4th, 53)...Hit safely in 50 of his 60 games...Recorded a 17-game
hitting streak, August 5-21, batting .411 with 19 runs scored (30-73)...Collected 2 hits in 5 consecutive games, July 27-August
1 (10-22, .455)...On August 17 vs. Orem, had his first professional 4-hit game...Had a season-high 4 RBI on September 4 vs.
Missoula...Was named to the Pioneer League Post-Season All-Star Team.