Torii Hunter

Torii Hunter #48

  • RF
  • B/T: D/D
  • 6' 2"/220
  • Edad: 40

Torii Hunter Estadísticas

PRO H4 CI BR OPS
.240 22 81 2 .702

Torii Hunter Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

PRO H4 CI BR OPS
.277 353 1391 195 .793

Torii Hunter Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Torii Kedar Hunter
  • Apodo: Spiderman
  • Nacido: 7/18/1975 en Pine Bluff, AR
  • Draft: 1993, Minnesota Twins, 1st rd. (20th overall)
  • Preparatoria: Pine Bluff, AR
  • Debut: agosto 22, 1997
  • Familiar(es): padre de Torii Hunter
Más Info Biográfica +
Año TB C H H4 CI BR PRO OBP OPS
2015 Estadísticas 521 67 125 22 81 2 .240 .293 .702
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 8857 1296 2452 353 1391 195 .277 .331 .793
  • Estatus: Agente Libre

Torii Hunter Promedios de Statcast

Año Equipo LG VB HIP Pro. de vel. del lanzamiento Pro. de distancia (pies) Pro. de vel. generada (mph) Pro. del ángulo del lanzamiento (deg) Pro. de altura (pies)
2015 Twins AL 567 361 89.25 206.27 0.16 7.98 35.08
MLB Avg - - - - 89.28 210.08 0.43 8.96 33.38
Año
2015
MLB Avg

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Torii Hunter Eventos de Statcast

Fantasía

Torii Hunter Noticias de Fantasía

5 de November de 2015 a las 1:56 ET

Hunter retires with no regrets

Known for his professionalism and outgoing personality during a 19-year career, outfielder Torii Hunter showed some of that same class and charm during his retirement news conference on Thursday at Target Field.

26 de octubre de 2015 a las 9:35 ET

Hunter announces retirement

After a 19-year Major League career that saw him win nine Gold Glove Awards and be named an All-Star five times, veteran outfielder Torii Hunter announced his retirement on Monday.

Premios

Torii Hunter Premios

AL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2002 Minnesota AL
2007 Minnesota AL
2009 LA Angels AL
2010 LA Angels AL
2013 Detroit AL

AL Silver Slugger

Año Equipo League
2009 LA Angels AL
2013 Detroit AL

Rawlings AL Gold Glove

Año Equipo League
2001 Minnesota AL
2002 Minnesota AL
2003 Minnesota AL
2004 Minnesota AL
2005 Minnesota AL
2006 Minnesota AL
2007 Minnesota AL
2008 LA Angels AL
2009 LA Angels AL

Home Run Derby Participant

Año Equipo League
2002 Minnesota AL

AL Player of the Month

Mes Equipo League
04/2002 Minnesota AL

AL Player of the Week

Week Equipo League
13/06/2005 Minnesota AL
24/09/2006 Minnesota AL
11/06/2012 LA Angels AL

Defensive Player of the Year (GIBBYs)

Año Equipo League
2002 Minnesota AL

Play of the Year (GIBBYs)

Año Equipo League
2002 Minnesota AL

MLB Players Choice Man of the Year

Año Equipo League
2007 Minnesota AL

MLBPAA Heart and Hustle Award

Año Equipo League
2011 LA Angels AL

MLBPAA Angels Heart and Hustle Award

Año Equipo League
2008 LA Angels AL
2009 LA Angels AL
2011 LA Angels AL

MLBPAA Twins Heart and Hustle Award

Año Equipo League
2006 Minnesota AL
2007 Minnesota AL

Twins Calvin R. Griffith MVP Award

Año Equipo League
2002 Minnesota AL
2007 Minnesota AL

Twins Carl R. Pohlad Award

Año Equipo League
2004 Minnesota AL

Twins Good Guy Award

Año Equipo League
2006 Minnesota AL
2007 Minnesota AL

AFL Hall of Fame Member

Año Equipo League
2007 Phoenix AFL

Torii Hunter Tabla de líderes

Promedio de bateo

Season PRO Rank
2009 .299 24th in AL
2010 .281 24th in AL
2012 .313 7th in AL
2013 .304 7th in AL
2014 .286 16th in AL

Jonrón

Season H4 Rank
2001 27 20th in AL
2002 29 14th in AL
2003 26 24th in AL
2006 31 18th in AL
2007 28 7th in AL
2010 23 21st in AL

Carrera impulsada

Season CI Rank
2002 94 22nd in AL
2003 102 15th in AL
2006 98 21st in AL
2007 107 10th in AL
2009 90 22nd in AL
2010 90 15th in AL
2012 92 14th in AL
2013 84 16th in AL
2014 83 19th in AL

Bases robadas

Season BR Rank
2002 23 9th in AL
2004 21 8th in AL
2005 23 9th in AL
2006 12 25th in AL
2007 18 21st in AL
2008 19 18th in AL

Porcentaje de embasarse Más Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2002 .859 19th in AL
2009 .873 19th in AL
2010 .819 23rd in AL
2012 .817 23rd in AL
2013 .800 22nd in AL

Promedio de embasarse

Season OBP Rank
2009 .366 25th in AL
2010 .354 22nd in AL
2012 .365 15th in AL

Promedio de slugging

Season SLG Rank
2002 .524 14th in AL
2007 .505 11th in AL
2009 .508 21st in AL
2010 .464 24th in AL
2013 .465 16th in AL
2014 .446 22nd in AL

Carreras anotadas

Season C Rank
2007 94 19th in AL
2013 90 11th in AL

Boletos

Season BB Rank
2010 61 24th in AL
2011 62 22nd in AL

Hits

Season H Rank
2002 162 25th in AL
2007 172 20th in AL
2012 167 19th in AL
2013 184 9th in AL
2014 157 25th in AL

Dobles

Season 2B Rank
2002 37 12th in AL
2004 37 15th in AL
2007 45 4th in AL
2008 37 17th in AL
2010 36 17th in AL
2013 37 13th in AL
2014 33 20th in AL

Triples

Season 3B Rank
2000 7 7th in AL
2001 5 19th in AL
2013 5 11th in AL

Juegos jugados

Season J Rank
2003 154 25th in AL
2007 160 6th in AL
2010 152 25th in AL
2011 156 14th in AL

Turnos al bate

Season TB Rank
2003 581 23rd in AL
2007 600 15th in AL
2010 573 25th in AL
2011 580 22nd in AL
2013 606 19th in AL

Turnos al bate

Season VB Rank
2007 650 25th in AL
2010 646 24th in AL
2011 649 24th in AL

Total de bases

Season TB Rank
2002 294 14th in AL
2007 303 9th in AL
2008 257 25th in AL
2010 266 19th in AL
2013 282 13th in AL
2014 245 25th in AL

Ponches

Season SO Rank
2001 125 14th in AL
2002 118 16th in AL
2003 106 19th in AL
2006 108 22nd in AL
2011 125 13th in AL
2012 133 20th in AL

Atrapado robando

Season AR Rank
2002 8 12th in AL
2003 7 14th in AL
2004 7 17th in AL
2005 7 13th in AL
2006 6 15th in AL
2007 9 4th in AL
2008 5 21st in AL
2010 12 5th in AL
2011 7 20th in AL

Golpeado por la pelota

Season GPP Rank
2010 7 25th in AL
2012 8 14th in AL
2013 7 17th in AL
2014 7 25th in AL

Torii Hunter Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
2 de noviembre de 2015 RF Torii Hunter eligio agente libre.
15 de junio de 2015 Minnesota Twins activan a RF Torii Hunter.
13 de junio de 2015 RF Torii Hunter estado en la lista cambian a por Minnesota Twins.
3 de diciembre de 2014 Minnesota Twins agente libre firmado RF Torii Hunter.
30 de octubre de 2014 RF Torii Hunter eligio agente libre.
16 de noviembre de 2012 Detroit Tigers agente libre firmado RF Torii Hunter.
16 de noviembre de 2012 Torii Hunter estado en la lista cambian a por Detroit Tigers.
3 de noviembre de 2012 CF Torii Hunter eligio agente libre.
29 de mayo de 2012 Los Angeles Angels activan a CF Torii Hunter de la lista restringida.
14 de mayo de 2012 Los Angeles Angels ponen a CF Torii Hunter en la lista restringida.
11 de agosto de 2010 Los Angeles Angels activan a CF Torii Hunter.
7 de agosto de 2010 CF Torii Hunter suspendido.
16 de agosto de 2009 Los Angeles Angels activan a CF Torii Hunter de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
11 de agosto de 2009 envian a CF Torii Hunter una asignación de rehabilitación a Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.
10 de julio de 2009 Los Angeles Angels ponen a CF Torii Hunter en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al July 8, 2009. Adductor strain on his right side.

Info Biográfica de Torii Kedar Hunter

He and his wife Katrina reside in Prosper, TX...has four sons, Cameron, Darius, Torii Jr. and Monshadrik...Tabbed a First-Team High School All-American selection by Baseball America in 1993 after hitting .436 (24x55) with six home runs, 30 RBI and 12 stolen bases as a senior at Pine Bluff High School in Arkansas...Won the 2007 Marvin Miller "Man of the Year" Award given to the player in either league whose on-field performance and contributions to his community inspire others to higher levels of achievement...Named the 2009 Branch Rickey Award winner for community service excellence...Is the cousin of former major league outfielder Choo Freeman...Participated in a pre-game ceremony to recognize the winners of the 2013 Detroit Tigers Jackie Robinson Art, Essay and Poetry contest along with the Detroit Tigers nominee for the 2013 MLB Most Valuable Diverse Business Partner award; recorded a public service announcement to support Forgotten Harvest; actively participates in Play Baseball Detroit, Autographed Memorabilia Donation and Tigers Dreams Come True programs; participates in Autographs for a Cause (donated money to Black Family Development); participated in pregame ceremony to celebrate African American heritage in Tigers history during Negro Leagues Weekend; launched "Hunter's Homies"; joined youths in celebrating the holiday season at the Detroit Tigers/SportService Holiday Giving Party and attended the Tigers Winter Caravan.

 

2014

Played second season with Detroit, appearing in 142 games, fifth straight seasons playing in at least 140 games...Hit a home run in three straight games from April 4-6, marking the fourth time in career and the first time since May 17-19, 2010 (also three)...Recorded season-high five RBI April 5 vs. Baltimore, marking the 15th career game with five-or-more RBI...Hit .316 (24-for-76) with seven doubles, three home runs, 13 RBI and 11 runs scored in 19 April games...Recorded season-high 13-game hit-streak April 20-May 6, hitting .421 (24-for-57) with six doubles, one home run, 10 RBI and nine runs scored...Named the Tigers Player of the Month for July after hitting .364 (32-for-88) with five doubles, one triple, six home runs, 24 RBI and 17 runs scored; ranked second in the AL with 24 RBI in July, third in slugging (.648), tied for fourth in home runs (6) and fifth in batting average (.364)...Tied season-high hitting in 13 straight games September 14-27...hit .357 (20-for-56) with five doubles, two home runs, six RBI and six runs scored...Hit .305 (32-for-105) with seven doubles, two home runs, 10 RBI and 13 runs scored in 26 games in September...Hit .308 (45-for-146) vs. left-handed pitchers and .278 (112-for-403) vs. right-handers...Hit .304 (75-for-247) with 17 doubles, one triple, five home runs, 31 RBI and 32 runs scored in 64 games post-All-Star break.

2013

Awarded the second American League Silver Slugger Award of his career in 2013...Led the American League with 17 game-winning RBI, while he was tied for third with 10 sac flies, fourth with 56 multi-hit games, seventh with a .304 batting average, ninth with 184 hits and tied for 11th with 37 doubles...Established a season-high 12 game hitting streak April 5-19, batting .453 (24x53) during that stretch...Collected the 2,000th hit of his career on April 9 versus Toronto, a single off Esmil Rogers in the sixth inning...Batted .370 (37x100) with eight doubles, one triple, a home run and 12 RBI in 23 games during April -- tied for first in the American League with 37 hits, while he was second with a .370 average...Appeared in his 2000th career major league game on June 6 versus Cleveland...Connected for the 300th home run of his major league career on June 16 at Minnesota with a two-run homer in the first inning off P.J. Walters...Named the Tigers Player of the Month for July after batting .374 (38x99) with 21 runs scored, seven doubles, two triples, seven home runs and 22 RBI in 23 games -- tied for first in the American League with 21 runs scored and 22 RBI, while he was fourth with 38 hits and a .374 average during that stretch...Connected for his fourth career walk-off home run on August 29 versus Oakland off Grant Balfour...Hit .300 (51x170) with lefthanded pitchers on the mound...batted .305 (133x436) against righties...Finished second in the American League with a .333 batting average (101x303) at home...hit .274 (83x303) away from Comerica Park...Hit .315 (112x356) in 84 games prior to the All-Star Break...batted .288 (72x250) in 60 games after the break.

2012 The 2013 season will mark Hunter's first season with the Tigers...marks the first year of a two-year contract he agreed to terms on with the club on November 19, 2012 ... Tied for sixth in the American League with a .313 batting average with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 2012. ... Fourth among all American League outfielders with 14 outfield assists. ... Established season highs with two home runs and six RBI on June 8 at Colorado. ... Shared American League Player of the Week honors for June 4-10 with his teammate Mike Trout -- hit .500 (11x22) with four home runs and 10 RBI in five games during the week. ... Collected a season-best four hits on July 16 at Detroit -- matched the high with four hits on July 25 versus Kansas City, August 31 at Seattle and September 30 at Texas. ... Hit .354 (40x113) with eight doubles, a home run and 18 RBI in 28 games during August -- tied for second in the American League with 40 hits during the month, while he finished sixth with a .354 batting average ... Batted .346 (37x107) with five doubles, four home runs and 26 RBI in 27 games during September -- second in the American League with 37 hits and 26 RBI during the month, while he finished sixth with a .346 batting average. ... Hit .340 (49x144) versus lefthanded pitchers -- fifth-best in the American League...batted .303 (118x390) against righthanded pitchers. ... Batted .350 (100x286) in 73 games following the all-star break...hit .270 (67x248) in 67 games prior to the all-star break. ... Hit .344 (54x157) with runners in scoring position -- ninth-best in the American League. 2011 Spent fourth season with Angels, his 13th full season in Majors...Batted .262 (152/580) with 24 doubles, 23 home runs and 82 RBI in a team-high 156 games...Led Angels with 23 go-ahead RBI and 14 game-winning RBI...Logged at least 20 HRs for the 10th time in 11 seasons and fourth consecutive season with the Halos...Became eighth Angel to hit at least 20 HR in four or more consecutive seasons...Angels were 15-5 when he homered (logged three multi-HR games)...Posted at least 80 runs for the sixth time in his career...218 times on base led club...One of top performers down the stretch as he batted .324 (61/188) with 10 HRs and 31 RBI over last two months of season...Put together a season-best 18-game hit streak August 2-20 in which he hit .418 (28/67)...Made 133 starts in right field and committed just three errors in 278 total chances (.989)...His 15 outfield assists ranked fourth in A.L. and set a career-high...His 15 defensive runs saved (FanGraphs) were most by an A.L. RF in 2011...T2nd in A.L. grounding into 24 double plays...HR in the 9th May 30 at KC marked RBI #999 and #1,000 of his career...Walk-off RBI single in 11th May 6 vs. Cleveland was 8th game-ending RBI of career...Angels' 2011 nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award, one of 30 finalists for the annual award given to MLB player who is recognized for significant contributions on and off the field. 2010 Spent third season with Angels...Batted .281 (161/573) with 76 runs, 36 doubles, 23 home runs and 90 RBI in 152 games...Named 2010 Team MVP as voted by teammates...Led club with .281 avg., 266 total bases and 90 RBI...Ranked second with 23 HRs...Led Angels with 36 two-out RBI...Set career-high with 61 walks...Reached base safely in 124 of 152 games...Named to fourth All-Star Team, second consecutive honor with Angels...First back-to-back honors of career... Batted .311 (90/289) on road compared to .250 (71/284) at home...Hit .298 with 15 HRs and 62 RBI in 86 games before the All-Star Break (.261, 8 HRs, 28 RBI in 66 games after)...48 of last 51 starts came as RF (3 as DH)...Started in right field Aug. 3 at Baltimore, first start in a corner outfield position since Oct. 3, 1999 when he started in left field at White Sox...Had streak of consecutive Rawlings Gold Gloves snapped at nine...Homered in consecutive games seven times in 2010...Connected for two HRs July 4th (13th career multi-HR game) and tied career-high with seven RBI...Hit 250th career HR July 9th at Oakland...Was 6-for-6 with 14 RBI with bases loaded...Served four-game suspension Aug. 7-10... Suspension issued by MLB for his actions after being ejected by Ron Kulpa in Aug. 6 game at Detroit...Had season-high 10-game hit streak May 15-24...Scored a run in nine consecutive games May 15-23...Homered in three straight games (May 17-19) for first time since doing so in a career-best four straight games, Aug. 23-26, 2006 (2 at Bal. & 2 at CWS)... Walk-off RBI single in 11th inning Sept. 29 vs. Oakland. 2009 In second season with Halos, batted a career-best .299 and was named to third All-Star squad...Was on par for career-bests in home runs and RBI before a strained right groin shelved him for 32 games (7/10-8/16)...Despite injury, logged 22 HR and 90 RBI in 119 games...Has 20 or more HRs in eight of last nine seasons... Reached 90 RBI for sixth time in career...Committed first error in centerfield (Sept. 18th at Tex.) since Aug. 31, 2007 vs. KC (1st game of DH), snapped a span of 265 consecutive errorless games (was longest active streak among outfielders)... AL record for consecutive errorless games by an outfielder is 336 by Rich Amaral (1995-2000)...Leaping, over-the-wall catch in 9th inning May 10th preserved Angels' 1-0 win over Royals...Approximately the 35th home run he has robbed in his career...Reached base safely in every game with an at-bat but eight...Led Halos with 15 game-winning RBI and hit .312 with RISP...Hit .313 (42/134) with 6 HRs and 24 RBI in 7th inning or later...Connected for a career-best three home runs (all solo) June 13th vs. SD...11th Angel (12th time) to hit three in a game...Hit eight home runs in April, one home run shy of his career-best in a month and one short of club record for month (B. Downing, nine in April, 1987). 2008 Helped guide Angels to fourth division crown in five seasons in his first campaign with the club...Received his 8th consecutive Rawlings Gold Glove as he did not commit an error in 137 games in center field (354 total chances)...Has not committed an error since Aug. 31, 2007 vs. KC (1st game)...Logged 20-plus home runs for the seventh time in eight seasons... Tied for club-lead with 85 runs scored as Angels were 52-20 in games he scored...Also led Angels with 37 doubles and ranked second to Guerrero (61 & 282) with 60 extra-bases hits and 257 total bases...Ranked second to Chone Figgins with 19 stolen bases...Struck out 108 times to lead club...Best month came in July (.314, 9 HR, 21 RBI)...Posted 3rd multi-HR game of season July 26 at Baltimore (11th of career) with a season-high four runs scored and five RBI...First of two home runs July 7 at Texas reached second deck marking third opposing player to do so (Mark McGwire-1997 & Evan Longoria-2008)...Connected for walk-off grand slam April 7 vs. Cleveland, the third walk-off HR of his career...Just seventh walk-off slam by an Angel...Was 10th slam of his career...Had season-best 15-game hit streak July 15-August 4 (.375, 21/56)...Tied club-record with three doubles, April 18 vs. Seattle...Second time in his career with three doubles in a game (also July 8, 2001 vs. Cincinnati.)...Handed down two-game suspension and fined by MLB Sept. 10 (Served suspension Sept. 10-11)...Ejected from game in 6th inning Sept. 8 vs. New York after disagreement at home plate with Ivan Rodriguez (first ejection as an Angel)...Placed on bereavement list July 22 to be with his ailing grandmother (Edna Cobbs) in Pine Bluff, AR...Was fifth different Opening Day (March 31 at Minnesota) starting centerfielder for Angels in as many seasons...The last player to play Opening Day against the team with which he had previously spent his entire career of as many games as Hunter was Don Kessinger...Kessinger played 1,648 games for the Cubs from 1964-1975, then joined the St. Louis Cardinals, who opened the 1976 season at home against Chicago...Signed five-year deal with Angels, Nov. 21, 2007. 2007 Appeared in a career-high 160 games and moved into ninth place on the Twins All-Time hit list passing Zoilo Versalles (1046) and Roy Smalley (1046) on Opening Day, April 2 vs. Baltimore...later passed Cesar Tovar (1164) and Chuck Knoblach (1197) on the Twins All-Time hit list and ranks seventh with 1218 hits...hit safely in career-high 23 straight games, going 35-for-94 (.372) from April 11-May 9, was the fourth longest hitting streak in Twins history...during the streak he recorded 11 multi-hit games, 12 doubles, five home runs and 19 rbi...hit his seventh career grand slam, April 17 at Seattle...went 3-for-5 with two home runs and a career-high seven rbi, May 13 vs. Detroit, marking the 14th time in Twins history a player has driven in seven-or-more runs...hit his eighth career grand slam and second of the season, May 18 at Milwaukee...eighth career multi-homer game (second of season), June 28 vs. Toronto...had 13-game hitting-streak, going 21-for-54 (.389) with five doubles, three homers and 12 rbi, August 13-26...ninth career grand slam (third of season), August 15 at Seattle..his nine grand slams moved him into second place on the Twins All-Time list trailing only Harmon Killebrew (10)...finished the year with 49-multi-hit games...set a career-high with 107 rbi...ranks 5th on the Twins All-Time list in doubles (259) and stolen bases (711) and 7th in total bases (2105), runs (672), home runs (192) and rbi (711)...posted a .995 fielding percentage (2 E, 394 TC)...tied for American League lead in grand slams (three), was fourth in doubles, tied for sixth in extra-base hits (74), seventh in home runs and 10th in rbi. 2006 Recorded a season-high four hits, six rbi and hit fifth career grand slam, April 5 at Toronto...homered in consecutive games, April 12- 13...had 10-game hit-streak, going 17-for-39 (.436), May 3-13...hit safely in 11 consecutive games, going 14-for-40 (.350), May 15-27...had career-high three walks, May 23 vs. Cleveland...hit .336 (36-for-107) with four home runs and 21 rbi in May...hit safely in six of eight games, going 10-for-30 (.333), June 11-20...hit sixth career grand slam, June 28 vs. Los Angeles (NL)...homered in consecutive games, June 28-30... hit safely in 11 of 12 games, going 19-for-48 (.396), July 8-August 6...placed in the disabled list July 16 and missed 14 games from July 16-30 with a stress fracture in his left foot...hit .333 (14-for-42) in 12 games in July...hit safely in seven straight games from July 31-August 6 (.400)... singled off Adam Loewen for 1000th career hit, August 22 at Baltimore...homered six times in eight games from August 18-26, including homering in a career-high four consecutive games (August 23-26)...homered in back-to-back games September 2-3 in New York...stole his seventh base of the season September 8 vs. Detroit giving him 103 in his career, passing Christian Guzman for sixth on the Twins all-time list...hit .333 from September 7-19, going 17-for-51 with four home runs and 15 rbi...hit his 30th home run, September 26 vs. Kansas City...hit 31st home run, October 1 vs. Chicago...hit 10 homers with 29 rbi in the final month of the season...won sixth consecutive Rawlings Gold Glove Award becoming the third Twin to win the award six-or-more times (Jim Kaat, 11 and Kirby Puckett, 6)...won first ever Mike Augustin Award as Twins player who fosters healthy relations with the media. 2005 Hit safely in 6 of 7 games, going 10-27 (.370), April 9-16 . . . homered in consecutive games, April 9-10 . . . was 6-12 (.500) in 3 games, April 19-21 . . . hit safely in 9 of 10 games, going 13-43 (.302), May 3-17 . . . was 8-23 (.438) in 5 games, May 23-27 . . . hit safely in 8 consecutive games, going 17-33 (.515), May 31-June 8 . . . first career 5-hit game, fourth career grand slam and tied career-high 6 rbi, June 1 vs. Cleveland . . . named American League Player of the Week, June 6-12 . . . fifth career 2-homer game, June 7 at Arizona . . . tied season-high 8-game hit-streak, June 10-18 . . . homered in consecutive games, June 24-25, including sixth career 2-homer game, June 25 at Milwaukee . . . had 7-game hit-streak, going 11-30 (.367), July 3-9 . . . was 7-20 (.350) in 5 games, July 18-22 . . . disabled for remainder of season with fractured left ankle, 7/30 . . . tied for 10th in league in stolen bases and tied for 7th in outfield assists . . . tied career-high in stolen bases . . . reinstated from 60-day disabled list, October 6. . .rated second Best Defensive Outfi elder and third Best Outfield Arm by Baseball America . . . won fifth consecutive Rawlings Gold Glove Award. 2004 Disabled with strained right hamstring, April 9-24 . . . hit 100th career home run off Esteban Loaiza, fourth career 4-hit game and fourth career 2- homer game, May 15 at Chicago . . . had 5-game hit-streak, May 19-23 . . . was 6-15 (.400) in 4 games, May 29-June 1 . . . hit safely in 7 of 9 games, June 3- 12 . . . had game-winning walk-off homer in 9th inning, June 4 vs. Detroit . . . had 7-game hit-streak, going 9-27 (.333), June 17-24 . . . had 8-game hitstreak, going (.433), July 2-9 . . . was 8-22 (.364) in 6 games, July 18-23 . . . hit safely in 8 consecutive games, going 11-31 (.355), July 27-August 5 . . . had 8-game hit-streak, going 12-33 (.364), August 21-28 . . . had game-winning 3-run walk-off homer in 11th inning, August 31 vs. Texas . . . had season-high 11-game hit-streak, going 15-40 (.375), September 7-20 . . . led club in rbi and doubles . . . tied for eighth in league in stolen bases . . . won fourth consecutive Rawlings Gold Glove Award. 2003 Hit safely in 9 of 10 games,going 13-37 (.351),April 21-May 2 ...homered in consecutive games,April 29-30,July 13-17 and July 20-21 ...hit safely in 7 consecutive games,going 11-26 (.423), May 18-25 ...hit safely in 9 of 10 games,going 12-36 (.333),May 28-June 8 ...hit safely in 10 of 11 games,going 15-42 (.357),June 18-29 ...had 6-game hit-streak,July 20-25 ...hit safely in 8 of 9 games,August 9-17 ...hit safely in 8 of 9 games,going 12-32 (.375),August 24-September 2 ...ejected by home plate umpire Phil Cuzzi for arguing balls and strikes,September 1 vs.Anaheim .. .season-high 9-game hit-streak,September 5-13 ...had game-win- ning sacrifice fly in 10th inning,September 7 vs.Texas ...homered in consecutive games,September 12-13 ...had third career 5-rbi game,September 15 at Cleveland ...became first Twins' outfielder since Marty Cordova in 1996 to reach 100 rbi,September 16 vs. Chicago ...had .991 (4 E,434 TC)fielding percentage ...estab- lished career-highs in at-bats,rbi and walks ...led team in homers and rbi. 2002 Hit safely in 13 of 14 games, going 26-53 (.491) with 3 doubles, 4 homers and 14 rbi, April 7-21 . . . named American League Player of the Month for April, going 39-105 (.371) with 9 homers and 20 rbi . . . set club record with 9 home runs in April . . . was 11-31 (.355) with 2 doubles, 3 homers and 9 rbi in 7 games, May 14-21 . . . third career 2-homer game and third career 4 hit game, May 16 at Kansas City . . . tied career-high 5 rbi, May 21 vs. Texas . . . had 8 rbi in 3 games, June 6-8 . . . season-high 9-game hit-streak, going 13-32 (.406), June 23-July 1 . . . homered in consecutive games, June 23-24, July 5-6, July 14-15 and August 27-28 . . . third career grand slam off Jeff Nelson, July 5 at Seattle . . . selected to first All-Star team, July 9 at Milwaukee . . . became first Twin since Kirby Puckett in 1995 to be voted as All-Star starter . . . ejected for throwing ball at Danys Baez after being hit by a pitch, July 18 at Cleveland . . . suspended by Major League Baseball, July 20-22 . . . hit safely in 7 of 8 games, going 13-32 (.406), July 24-August 5 . . . hit safely in 10 of 11 games, August 11-22 . . . became fifth Twin to hit 20 homers and steal 20 bases in same season, August 17 vs. Boston . . . was 50-169 (.296) with 6 homers vs. lefthanders and 112-392 (.286) with 23 homers vs. righthanders . . . had .992 (3 E, 375 TC) fielding percentage . . . led club in homers, rbi and stolen bases, was tied for lead in games and doubles, second in total bases (294) and third in hits and at-bats . . . established career-highs in batting, runs, hits, doubles, homers, rbi and stolen bases . . . won Calvin R. Griffith Award as Most Valuable Twin . . . finished sixth in the American League Most Valuable Player Award voting, being named on every ballot . . . toured Japan with major league All-Star team and won tournament Most Valuable Player Award. 2001 Disabled with strained right groin, April 6-21 . . . game-winning 3-run double in 10 th inning, April 25 at Boston . . . had 7-game hit-streak, May 10-16 . . . second-career 4-hit game and first-career 2-homer game, May 26 vs. Oakland . . . was 13-27 (.481) in 6 games, May 26-June 1 . . . had 9-game hit-streak, June 2-12 . . . second career grand slam off Omar Olivares and season-high 4 rbi, June 8 vs. Pittsburgh . . . was 10-20 (.500) in 5 games, July 6-13 . . . second-career 2-homer game, July 12 at Milwaukee . . . had 8-game hit-streak, going 13-32 (.407) with 2 doubles, 1 triple, 1 homer and 5 rbi, July 23-31 . . . first career inside-the-park home run, July 26 at Oakland . . . hit safely in 11 of 12 games, going 16-46 (.348), August 5-17 . . . homered in consecutive games, August 11-12 . . . tied career-high 12-game hit-streak, going 18-40 (.450), September 10-29 . . . was 32-125 (.256) with 6 homers vs. lefthanders and 115-439 (.260) with 21 homers vs. righthanders . . . was 8-24 (.333) with one homer and 18 rbi with the bases loaded . . . had .992 (478 TC, 4 E) fielding percentage . . . led club in at-bats, home runs and outfield assists (14) and was second in rbi, runs, and total bases . . . tied for second in league in outfield assists . . . rated Best Defensive Outfielder in American League by Baseball America . . . won first Rawlings Gold Glove Award. 2000 Began season with Minnesota . . . hit safely in 9 of 12 games, going 13-35 (.371), April 4-15 . . . season-high 4 rbi, April 14 at Baltimore . . . optioned May 25 . . . had 2-homer game and season-high 7 rbi, June 26 vs. Colorado Springs . . . Twins' Minor League Player of the Week, June 25-July 1 . . . Twins' Minor League Player of the Month in June . . . had 16-game hit-streak, going 32-72 (.444), July 8-27 . . . Pacific Coast League Player of the Week, July 10-16 . . . homered in consecutive games on four occasions . . . was first on club in stolen bases and tied for second in home runs . . . had 3 grand slams . . . recalled July 28 . . . career-high 4 hits, August 2 at Baltimore . . . was 65-183 (.355) with 5 homers and 33 rbi in 49 games raising average from .190 to .280, August 2-October 1 . . . homered in 3 consecutive games, August 12-15 . . . hit safely in 19 of 21 games, going 33-75 (.440), September 4-October 1 . . . career-high 12-game hit-streak, going 19-45 (.422), September 18-29 . . . was 74-253 (.292) with 3 homers vs. righthanders . . . was 30-102 (.294) with runners in scoring position . . . had .989 (3 E, 285 TC) fielding percentage . . . tied for third in league in outfield assists (12) and was seventh in triples . . . rated Best Defensive Outfielder and Most Exciting Player in Pacific Coast League by Baseball America. 1999 First big league home run off Brian Moehler, April 15 at Detroit ... first career grand slam off Tim Wakefield and career-high 5 RBI, April 26 vs. Boston ... was 43-146 (.295) in 51 games, July 15-October 3 ... tied season-high 3 hits, August 31 at Toronto ... career-high 9-game hit streak, September 4-13 ... was 33-112 (.295) with 2 homers vs. left-handers and 65-272 (.239) with 7 homers vs. right-handers ... had .997 (1 E, 292 TC) fielding percentage ... was third on club in outfield assists (7) ... rank among Twins' all-time rookies: tied for 9th in stolen bases with Greg Gagne (1985). 1998 Began season at New Britain ... was 9-22 (.409) in first 5 games, April 10-14 ... recalled April 29 ... singled off Arthur Rhodes for first Major League hit, May 1 at Baltimore ... was 2-4 with a double and 2 RBI, May 6 at Boston ... started 5 games in center field ... optioned to New Britain, May 12 ... game-winning RBI double in ninth inning, June 9 at Norwich ... homered in consecutive games, June 23-24 ... hit safely in 9 of 10 games, going 16-43 (.372), June 16-26 ... selected to play in league All-Star game, July 8 at New Haven ... season-high 8-game hit streak, July 6-13 ... was 72-245 (.294) with 5 homers vs. right-handers and 15-63 (.238) with 1 homer vs. left-handers ... disabled with sprained left wrist, July 28-August 11 ... promoted to Salt Lake, August 11 ... was 3-5 with a homer and 6 RBI, August 13 at Las Vegas ... homered in consecutive games, August 28-29 ... tied season-high 8-game hit streak, August 21-29 ... was 10-32 (.313) with runners in scoring position ... was 13-25 (.520) with 1 homer vs. left-handers and 18-67 (.269) with 3 homers vs. right-handers ... played for Phoenix in Arizona Fall League. 1997 Began season at New Britain ... season-high 4 hits and 4 RBI, April 19 vs. Akron ... second 4-RBI game of season, April 26 at Akron ... season-high 6-game hit streak, May 14-21 ... game-winning RBI single in 9th inning, May 25 at Portland ... second 4-hit game of season, August 10 vs. Trenton ... recalled August 22 ... made Major League debut as pinch-runner, August 22 at Baltimore ... optioned to New Britain, August 23 ... hit safely in 14 of last 17 games, August 12-September 1 ... was 41-130 (.315) with runners in scoring position ... was 5-10 (.500) with 8 RBI with bases loaded ... led club in at-bats ... tied for seventh in organization in sacrifice hits (6). 1996 Disabled with right knee injury, April 4-May 10 ... began season at Ft. Myers ... promoted to New Britain, May 15 ... homered in consecutive games, July 19-20 ... season-high 3 RBI, July 20 vs. Trenton ... homered in consecutive games, July 27-28 vs. Portland ... was 18-56 (.391) with 2 doubles, a triple, 4 homers and 8 RBI in 14 games, July 15-28 ... was 28-88 (.318) with 4 homers and 15 RBI in July ... had 7-game hit streak, going 17-29 (.586), August 4-11 ... tied season-high 3-hits, August 11 at Canton ... was 3-8 (.375) with 7 RBI with bases loaded ... led organization with 9 sacrifice hits. 1995 Twins' Minor League Player of the Week, going 13-27 (.481) with 2 doubles, a homer and 5 RBI, June 30-July 6 ... led club in runs and tied for team lead in hit-by-pitch (12) ... led league outfielders in doubleplays (7). 1994 Had 10-game hit streak, going 17-41 (.414), June 17-29 ... Twins' Minor League Player of the Week, going 14-33 (.424) with 3 doubles, a triple, a home run and 6 RBI, June 24-30 ... led team in batting and hit by pitch (10). 1993 In 1993, began professional career with Gulf Coast League Twins...Led team in hit by pitch (9).