Karim Garcia #95

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Karim Garcia Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

PRO H4 CI BR OPS
.241 66 212 10 .703

Karim Garcia Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Gustavo Karim Garcia
  • Nacido: 10/29/1975 en Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico
  • Preparatoria: Preparatoria Abierta, MEX
  • Debut: 9/2/1995
Más Info Biográfica +
Año TB C H H4 CI BR PRO OBP OPS
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 1463 180 352 66 212 10 .241 .279 .703
  • Estatus: Activo

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Karim Garcia Estadísticas

*Desde el 2006

Karim Garcia Estadísticas Avanzadas

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Karim Garcia Eventos de Statcast

Fantasía

Premios

Karim Garcia Premios

AL Player of the Week

Week Equipo League
08/09/2002 Cleveland AL

INT Post-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2001 Buffalo INT

MEX Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2007
2011 Monterrey MEX
2014 Quintana Roo MEX

Caribbean Series All-Star

Año Equipo League
2010 Mexico CS

Karim Garcia Tabla de líderes

Triples

Season 3B Rank
1998 8 5th in NL

Karim Garcia Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
14 de julio de 2016 Diablos Rojos del Mexico agente libre firmado DH Karim Garcia.
13 de julio de 2016 Saraperos de Saltillo liberan a RF Karim Garcia.
22 de junio de 2016 Saraperos de Saltillo activan a RF Karim Garcia.
9 de junio de 2016 Saraperos de Saltillo ponen a RF Karim Garcia en la lista de reserva.
8 de junio de 2016 Saraperos de Saltillo activan a RF Karim Garcia.
29 de mayo de 2016 Saraperos de Saltillo ponen a RF Karim Garcia en la lista de reserva.
26 de mayo de 2016 Saraperos de Saltillo activan a RF Karim Garcia.
9 de abril de 2016 Saraperos de Saltillo ponen a RF Karim Garcia en la lista de reserva.
14 de diciembre de 2015 Olmecas de Tabasco cambian a RF Karim Garcia a Saraperos de Saltillo for 1B Refugio Cervantes.
2 de junio de 2015 Tigres de Quintana Roo cambian a RF Karim Garcia a Olmecas de Tabasco.
24 de mayo de 2015 Tigres de Quintana Roo ponen a RF Karim Garcia en la lista de reserva.
1 de abril de 2015 Tigres de Quintana Roo activan a RF Karim Garcia.
6 de febrero de 2015 Tigres de Quintana Roo ponen a RF Karim Garcia en la lista de reserva.
1 de julio de 2014 Tigres de Quintana Roo activan a RF Karim Garcia.
1 de julio de 2014 Tigres de Quintana Roo activan a RF Karim Garcia.
1 de julio de 2014 Tigres de Quintana Roo ponen a RF Karim Garcia en la lista de reserva.
13 de junio de 2014 Tigres de Quintana Roo ponen a RF Karim Garcia en la lista de reserva.
22 de mayo de 2013 Sultanes de Monterrey cambian a RF Karim Garcia a Tigres de Quintana Roo.
14 de marzo de 2012 Sultanes de Monterrey firmado Karim Garcia.
29 de junio de 2011 Sultanes de Monterrey liberan a RF Karim Garcia.
12 de marzo de 2011 Sultanes de Monterrey agente libre firmado RF Karim Garcia.

Info Biográfica de Gustavo Karim Garcia

Karim Gustavo Garcia...Married, wife's name is Terri; one son, Diego (1/9/02)...Attended Preparatoria Abierta School...Is the son of Mexican baseball legend Francisco "Pancho" Garcia,who played from 1959-74. 2003 Hit .262 (64-for-244) with 11 HR and 35 RBI in 76 games (48 starts in right field, eight starts in center field and 12 in left field)...In 52 games with the Yankees, hit .305 (46-for-151) with 6HR and 21RBI (32 starts in right field, 12 starts in left field and two in center field)...Hit .194 (18-for-93) with 5HR and 14RBI in 24 games (16 starts in right field, 6 starts in center field, and one at DH) with Cleveland before being traded to the Yankees on 6/25...Had season-high nine-game hitting streak from 4/8-22, batting .308 (12-for-39) with 4HR and 9RBI...On 4/21 (w/ Cleveland) at Chicago, hit two home runs for the fifth time in his career and first time since 9/2/02 (w/ Cleveland at Detroit)...also drove in a season-high four runs...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list from 5/8-6/23 with strained left wrist...Was acquired from the Cleveland Indians with RHP Danny Miceli for a player to be named later on 6/25...Homered in a career-high three straight games twice this season with the Yankees (8/17 at Baltimore and 8/18-19 vs. Kansas City, and 6/30, 7/1 at Baltimore, and 7/4 vs. Boston)...Hit in first eight games with the Yankees, batting .433 (13-for-30) with 3 HR and 5RBI...Was excused from ball club on 8/31 to travel to Mexico for funeral of his aunt (missed two games)...Was acquired from the Cleveland Indians with RHP Danny Miceli for an player to be named later on June 25, 2003. Contract extends through the 2003 season. 2002 Began the year in Detroit with the Tigers, going 3 for 17 (.176) over his first 8 games before being outrighted... to AAA Toledo on April 25...Was suspended 3 games for his part in a benches-clearing brawl with the White...Sox on April 22 and served the suspension from September 1-3 with the Orioles...Was with the Toledo Mudhens from April 25 to June 12, when he was acquired by the Baltimore Orioles for...future considerations and assigned to the AAA Rochester roster...Was with Rochester for the remainder of the...Triple A season before having his contract purchased by the Orioles on September 1...Combined between the two triple A stops he hit .285 (121-425) with 28 HR & 92 RBI...Finished 3rd in the...International League with 92 RBI, 4th with a .551 slugging % and tied for 5th with 28 homers...Was named...to the International League All-Star Team in July...With the Orioles he was 0 for 16 with 6 strikeouts...On the year with Detroit and Baltimore he was a combined 3 for 33 (.111) with 0 extra base hits and 0 RBI (0BB, 10SO)...Made 5 starts in RF and 3 starts at DH on the season and was 0-3 as a pinch-hitter...Appeared in 7 games in RF and 2 games in LF. 2001 Began the year in Detroit with the Tigers, going 3 for 17 (.176) over his first 8 games before being outrighted...to AAA Toledo on April 25...Was suspended 3 games for his part in a benches-clearing brawl with the White...Sox on April 22 and served the suspension from September 1-3 with the Orioles...Was with the Toledo Mudhens from April 25 to June 12, when he was acquired by the Baltimore Orioles for future considerations and assigned to the AAA Rochester roster...Was with Rochester for the remainder of the Triple A season before having his contract purchased by the Orioles on September 1...Combined between the two triple A stops he hit .285 (121-425) with 28 HR and 92 RBI...Finished 3rd in the International League with 92 RBI, 4th with a .551 slugging percentage and tied for 5th with 28 homers...Was named to the International League All-Star Team in July...With the Orioles he was 0 for 16 with 6 strikeouts...On the year with Detroit and Baltimore he was a combined 3 for 33 (.111) with 0 extra base hits and 0 RBI (0BB, 10SO)...Made 5 starts in RF and 3 starts at DH on the season and was 0-3 as a pinch-hitter...Appeared in 7 games in RF and 2 games in LF. 2000 Began the year in Detroit with the Tigers, going 3 for 17 (.176) over his first 8 games before being outrighted to AAA Toledo on 4/25...Was suspended 3 games for his part in a benches-clearing brawl with the White Sox on 4/22 and served the suspension from 9/1-3 with the Orioles...Was with the Toledo Mudhens from 4/25-6/12, when he was acquired by the Baltimore Orioles for future considerations and assigned to the AAA Rochester roster...Was with Rochester for the remainder of the Triple A season before having his contract purchased by the Orioles on 9/1...Combined between the two triple A stops he hit .285 (121-425) with 28 HR & 92 RBI...Finished 3rd in the International League with 92 RBI, 4th with a .551 slugging % and tied for 5th with 28 homers...Was named to the International League All-Star Team in July...With the Orioles he was 0 for 16 with 6 strikeouts...On the year with Detroit and Baltimore he was a combined 3 for 33 (.111) with 0 extra base hits and 0 RBI (0BB, 10SO)...Made 5 starts in RF and 3 starts at DH on the season and was 0-3 as a pinch-hitter. 1999 The former overall Minor League Player of the Year played his first full major league campaign after being acquired from Arizona during the off-season...Started 24 of the Tigers' last 25 games and 26 of the last 29 in right field...Posted his second career two-homer game, tied his career-best with four hits (4-4) and finished a triple shy of hitting for the cycle on 9/14 at Chicago...Also had four hits (4-4) on 10/1 at Kansas City...Collected 11 total bases in the 9/14 contest, a season-high for a Tiger...His fourth-inning home run on 5/28 off Chicagobs Jaime Navarro cleared the rightfield roof at Tiger Stadium, marking the 34th homer all-time to do so...Ranked third in the AL in percentage of ground-ball double plays hit into in ground-ball double play situations (2/53, 3.8%)...Ap-peared in 14 games as a pinch-hitter, third-most for a Tiger...Went 1-14 (.071)...Compiled a career-high nine-game hit streak, 8/16-9/2 (12-31, .387). 1998 1998 Spent most of the 1998 season with the major league Diamondbacks at just 22 years old...Tied for fifth in the NL with eight triples...Was the youngest player to appear in a game for Arizona in the club's inaugural year...Broke camp with the major league club but opened the year in a 9 for 63 skid that led to an option to Triple A Tucson on 4/26...Homered in the D-backsb inaugural game on 3/31 off the Rockies' Jerry DiPoto...Returned to the majors on 5/31 and marked his promotion with a 4-12 effort with a homer and two RBI in the final three games of a series at Colorado, 6/2-4...Posted his first career two-homer game on 9/22 at Colorado...Followed with his first career grand slam the next night and had a career-high five RBI...Enjoyed his best success against left-handed pitching, batting .302 (13-43)...All nine of his homers, however, came off righthanders...Made 84 starts, 83 in right field and one in center... Played just over a month at Triple A Tucson in 1998 after struggling out of the gate with the major league Diamondbacks. 1997 1997 Spent a month of the season with the Dodgers after beginning the year at Triple A...Was recalled by Los Angeles on 6/12...Belted his first career homer on 6/20 at San Francisco off Osvaldo Fernandez...Missed the majority of the seasonbs second half with a left shoulder injury... Homered 21 times in just 71 games at Triple A Albuquerque in a season cut short by injury...Homered eight times in his first 17 games, including a three-homer contest on 4/18 versus Vancouver...Had a pair of homers in the fifth inning, one a grand slam...Was taken by Arizona with their fifth pick in the expansion draft. 1996 1996 Finished the season with the Dodgers after stints at Double A San Antonio and Triple A Albuquerque and pinch hit in one game following a 9/7 recall...Was named the seventh-best major league prospect by Baseball America in 1996...At age 20, he was the youngest player on the Triple A level...Hit .370 in his first 47 at-bats... Earned PCL Player of the Week honors for 4/4-13...Had a 14-game hitting streak from 5/30-6/12, batting .356 (21-59)...Was disabled on 7/1 with a pulled hamstring and was sent to Double A San Antonio after recovering. 1995 1995 Earned Minor League Player of the Year honors from The Sporting News, the seventh Dodger to capture the honor in franchise history...At age 19, he was the youngest player to appear in a major league game in 1995...Had his contract purchased by the Dodgers on 8/31 and made his debut in left field versus Montreal on 9/2...Made his first major league start on 9/8 in Pittsburgh, collecting his first two hits (the first being an infield single off Esteban Loaiza)...At age 19 in Triple A action, he hit .319 in 124 games with 20 homers and tied for the league lead with 91 RBI...Was named by Baseball America to the overall Triple A All-Star team and was ranked by the publication as the second-best prospect at Triple A...Was also selected to the Topps/NAPBL Triple A All-Star team and was a starting outfielder on the PCL All-Star team...Led all Triple A players with 257 total bases. 1994 1994 Was named by Baseball America as having the Best Outfield Arm in the Florida State League in 1994 and was selected the circuitbs ninth-best prospect by league managers...Led the FSL with 21 homers, a Vero Beach franchise record...Was the youngest player in the league on Opening Day (18)...Earned mid- and post-season All-Star honors...Was FSL Player of the Week for 4/25-5/1. 1993 1993 At age 17 in 1993, he was the youngest player in the Class A California League.