Adam Kennedy #2

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  • B/T: Z/D
  • 5' 11"/195

Adam Kennedy Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

.272 80 571 179 .711

Adam Kennedy Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Adam Thomas Kennedy
  • Nacido: 1/10/1976 en Riverside, CA
  • Draft: 1997, St. Louis Cardinals, 1st rd. (20th overall)
  • Universidad: Cal State - Northridge
  • Debut: agosto 21, 1999
  • Ret., Juego Final: 9/7/2012
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Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 5473 682 1488 80 571 179 .272 .327 .711


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Adam Kennedy Estadísticas

Adam Kennedy Estadísticas Avanzadas

Adam Kennedy Eventos de Statcast


Adam Kennedy Premios

World Series Championship

Año Equipo League
2002 Anaheim AL


Año Equipo League
2002 Anaheim AL

AL Player of the Week

Week Equipo League
29/08/2004 Anaheim AL

Futures Game Selection

Año Equipo League
1999 Memphis PCL

PCL Post-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
1999 Memphis PCL

Adam Kennedy Tabla de líderes

Promedio de bateo

Season PRO Rank
2002 .312 7th in AL

Bases robadas

Season BR Rank
2000 22 13th in AL
2002 17 19th in AL
2003 22 10th in AL
2004 15 24th in AL
2005 19 15th in AL
2006 16 18th in AL
2009 20 21st in AL


Season 3B Rank
2000 11 2nd in AL
2002 6 6th in AL
2004 5 16th in AL
2006 6 10th in AL

Juegos jugados

Season J Rank
2000 156 19th in AL

Turnos al bate

Season TB Rank
2000 598 16th in AL

Atrapado robando

Season AR Rank
2000 8 12th in AL
2001 7 22nd in AL
2003 9 5th in AL
2006 10 4th in AL
2009 6 19th in AL

Golpeado por la pelota

Season GPP Rank
2001 11 15th in AL
2003 9 25th in AL
2004 13 6th in AL

Adam Kennedy Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
3 de noviembre de 2012 2B Adam Kennedy eligio agente libre.
29 de octubre de 2012 Los Angeles Dodgers activan a 2B Adam Kennedy de la 60-día lista de deshabilitado.
11 de septiembre de 2012 Los Angeles Dodgers ponen a 2B Adam Kennedy en la 60-día lista de deshabilitado. Strained right groin.
10 de agosto de 2012 Los Angeles Dodgers activan a 2B Adam Kennedy de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
7 de agosto de 2012 Adam Kennedy asignado a Albuquerque Isotopes de Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.
1 de agosto de 2012 Adam Kennedy asignado a Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.
26 de julio de 2012 Los Angeles Dodgers ponen a 2B Adam Kennedy en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. Right groin strain.
30 de noviembre de 2011 Los Angeles Dodgers agente libre firmado 2B Adam Kennedy.
30 de octubre de 2011 2B Adam Kennedy eligio agente libre.
28 de marzo de 2011 Seattle Mariners seleccionado el contrato de Adam Kennedy de Tacoma Rainiers.
13 de enero de 2011 Tacoma Rainiers agente libre firmado Adam Kennedy.
10 de enero de 2011 Seattle Mariners agente libre firmado 2B Adam Kennedy con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
7 de noviembre de 2010 2B Adam Kennedy eligio agente libre.
12 de febrero de 2010 Washington Nationals agente libre firmado 2B Adam Kennedy.
5 de noviembre de 2009 2B Adam Kennedy eligio agente libre.
9 de mayo de 2009 Oakland Athletics seleccionado el contrato de 2B Adam Kennedy de Sacramento River Cats.
8 de mayo de 2009 Durham Bulls cambian a 2B Adam Kennedy a Sacramento River Cats.

Info Biográfica de Adam Thomas Kennedy

Adam Thomas Kennedy...resides in Corona Del Mar, CA...married to Lyndi and has two sons, Quinn and Jonathan... took part in the 2012 Dodgers Caravan...graduated from J.W. North High School in Riverside, CA where they retired his number (40) in 2001...three-time All-American at Cal State-Northridge...was the first player ever to lead the NCAA Division I in hits in consecutive seasons (1996 and 1997)...set school career records in batting (.414), hits (337) and RBI (234), Bryan, was drafted by Minnesota in 2001. 2011 Hit .234 with 23 doubles, seven home runs and 30 RBI in 114 games with Seattle...ranked second on the club in doubles...Played at three different positions (first base, second base, third base) while making 96 starts for the Mariners...made just five errors in 722.1 innings in the field and posted a .989 fielding percentage...Batted .292 (19-for-65) in late-and-close situations, including two doubles, a homer and seven RBI...At the All-Star break, ranked second on the club in average (.259) and doubles (15) and was third in RBI (30)...batted .290 (20-for-69) with four doubles, two home runs and eight RBI in 23 May games...Collected four hits in 11 at-bats (.364) as a pinch-hitter. 2010 Hit .249 (85x342) in 135 games with the Washington Nationals...spent the entire season with the Nationals after making the team as a non-roster invite...saw action at three positions (1B - 51 G/4 GS, 2B - 86 G/75 GS, 3B - 8 G/6 GS)...ranked 3rd on the Nationals with 7 GWRBI, trailing Adam Dunn (17) and Ryan Zimmerman (14)...batted career-high .316 (12x38) vs. left-handed pitching (.240 vs. RHP)...recorded 500th career RBI via 1300th career hit May 26 at San Francisco...successful in his first 12 stolen base attempts (finished 14-for-16). 2009 In return to AL with OAK, posted best offensive campaign since '02 despite spending season's first 5 weeks with TBR's Triple-A affiliate...7 of 11 homers gave OAK the lead and another tied the game...paced OAK with 45 multi-hit games... started 78 games at 3B for the Athletics despite never having played the position in the big leagues. 2008 Hit .300 (27-for-90) with RISP as STL's primary second bagger...legged out 200th career double on June 22 at BOS. 2007 Missed the final 48 games of the season after going on the 15-day disabled list on 8/12 and underwent surgery for a torn medial meniscus in his right knee on 8/14 by Dr. Lew Yocum in Los Angeles. Returned to the Cardinals on 12/1/06, signing as a free agent. Was originally drafted by St. Louis in the first round of the June 1997 draft and was traded to Anaheim along with Kent Bottenfield for OF Jim Edmonds 3/23/00. He became the fifth different starter at second base on Opening Day in the last five seasons for STL ('03- Vina, '04-Womack, '05-Grudzielanek, '06-Miles, '07-Kennedy). Appeared in one game at shortstop, one game in right field and 78 at second. Batted leadoff in 15 starts and hit .246. The majority of batting time came from the 7-8-9 spots in the order, making 52 starts from those slots. Tripled on Opening had been 3,336 at-bats between that triple and his last Cardinals hit, a single on 10/1/99 vs. CHI. Had pair of hits (both 2B's) 4/26 vs. CIN and 2-run, 2-out double in the 4th inning on 4/22 at CHI & walked twice. Scored a season-high 3 runs 5/19 at DET. Ended his season-high six-game hit streak 5/20 (10-for-26, .285). Was walked intentionally twice 5/30 at COL, first time in his career to do so. Had RBI-single, walk & steal in leadoff spot 6/14 at KC. Collected 1,000th career hit 6/25 at NY. Reached base in all 4 plate apps. 7/13 at PHI (walk, single, error & HBP). Followed Encarnacion's HR on 7/15 at PHI with his 1st HR of 2007 (last 9/30/06 vs. OAK). It was his 2nd career HR with STL & first since 8/31/99 vs. FLA - his 1st ML HR. Hit 2nd HR on 7/16 at FLA & also had 1B & 2B for 2nd 3-hit game of year. Batted leadoff for the 14th time on 7/24 vs. CHI and was 1-for-3. Played at short for first time in career on 7/27 vs. MIL & made second OF appearance 8/2 at PIT. Had 2-hit game 8/4 at WSH with HR #3...all 3 of his HR's came at NL East ballparks. Snapped season-high 0-for-13 skid with a single in the 5th on 8/10 vs. LA. 2006 Played in his seventh season with the Anaheim Angels and made his fifth Opening Day start at second base...Batted .339 (40-for-118) with RISP...Hit .293 (107-for-368) vs. RHP and .193 (16-for-83) vs. LHP...Committed just two errors his last 67 games and none in his final 39 (seven errors in first 71 games)...Hit .329 (24-for-73) in Sept./Oct. and was named the Angels' Player of the Month...Also led the club with his .324 avg. in April...Broke up CWS pitcher Freddy Garcia's perfect game with two outs in eighth inning (single to center) on 9/13...Hit 3-run homer in 10th inning, 9/5 vs. BAL, his second walk-off hit of season (also 4/11 vs. Texas)...It was his second career walk-off home run (8/29/04 vs. Twins) and first by an Angel since 6/18/05 (Guerrero vs. FLA)...Ejected in 9th inning 8/16 at TEX after charging mound and fighting (HBP from Scott Feldman)...Served four-game suspension 8/17-20...Had career-best 17-game hit streak, 7/8-8/3 (.297, 19-for-64). 2005 Activated from DL on 5/2 (recovery from right knee ACL surgery)...ranked 2nd in AL at second base with .991 fielding pct (five errors) establishing personal best for a season...hit .347 (69-for-199) before ASB, .258 (56-for-217) after...season average did not go below .300 after 6/3 (.292)...hit .330 (29-for-88) with RISP...batted .332 on road, third highest clip in AL (min. 200 PA)...tallied 19 stolen bases...finished second behind V. Guerrero in ML with .435 clip (37-for-85) in June, hitting in 22 of 25 games... one of three Angels in last 30 years (Rod Carew and Garret Anderson) to hit over .400 for entire month twice (also Aug. 2002 .404; min. 75 ABs)...posted career-best 13-game hit streak July 11-25 (.429; 18-for-42)...homer on 6/27 at TEX was first since 9/9/04 vs. TOR (span of 185 ABs)...Started each game at second base...his two-run triple tied Game 5 of DS vs. NYY at 2-2 in 2nd inn. after NYY took 2-0 lead in top of frame...hit .286 (4-for-14) with one RBI in ALCS vs. CWS. 2004 Made third straight Opening Day start at second base, most at position since Bobby Grich made four consecutive (1983- 86)...tallied at least 15 SBs for third straight season...posted multi-hit efforts in eight of last 15 home games, batting .510 (25- for-49) in that span...committed four errors over last 20 games (no errors over previous 54 games)...tallied 33 hits in last 81 at-bats (.407) over final 25 games...hit .309 (76-for-246) on road and .242 (54-for-223) at home...hit .321 after 7/1 (70-for-218) after batting .243 (60-for-247) through June...led AL with a .619 average, a .952 slugging percentage and a .640 on-base percentage for the week of Aug. 23-29 to be named AL Player of the six games, went 13-for-21 with nine runs scored, 20 total bases, a double, two home runs and seven RBI, including a walk-off HR vs. MIN on 8/29...HR gave Angels tiebreak over Twins in deciding home field advantage in ALDS...left game in fifth inning 9/20 vs. SEA after suffering sprained right knee...MRI taken 9/21 showed complete tear of the ACL and partial tear of the MCL...missed remainder of season and post-season... underwent reconstructive surgery on ACL, 10/15, performed by Angels' Dr. Lewis Yocum...Missed 2004 DS vs. BOS after tearing ACL in right knee 9/20 vs. Seattle. 2003 Tied for first among AL second basemen (B. Boone) with .990 fielding pct and six errors were fewest committed among all ML second basemen...committed first error of season 6/5 at MON (in PR), last AL regular second baseman to commit a miscue...his 22 stolen bases led club (tied career best) and 13 HRs marked month was April (.344, 11-for- 32)...left 4/2 game vs. TEX in sixth inning after collision with Tim Salmon in right field...placed on 15-day disabled list, 4/9 (retroactive to 4/7), due to strained right hamstring...activated from 15-day disabled list 4/22 after three-game rehab stint with single-A Rancho Cucamonga...connected for first pinch-hit HR of career 7/25 vs. OAK (only PH-HR for Angels in 2003)...picked up only triple of season 8/15 vs. DET...ten of 13 HRs came over last two months...hit safely in 17 of last 21 games before leaving 9/27 game in fourth inning after being hit by a pitch on left hand in third inning...X-rays showed a non-displaced fracture of the fifth metacarpal on left hand...hand was placed in a splint, followed by a cast for two weeks...signed three-year contract extension, Dec. 18, 2003. 2002 Led Angels with .312 average (7th in AL), the highest clip ever by an Angels second baseman (100-or-more games at position)...hit .327 (74-for-226) after All-Star break to lead club...batted .318 (94-for-296) from the No. 9 spot...five of seven home runs came after All-Star break...had then career-best 12- game (.511, 23-for-45) hit streak 8/23-9/4...hit .404 (36-for-89) in August, highest monthly average in AL in '02 and second best average for the month in majors behind Barry Bonds (.447 in August)...first Angel to hit .400-or-better in a month (at least 70 at-bats) since Bengie Molina in May of 2000 (.461)...posted 12 multi-hit games in August...posted second two-HR game of career 5/10 vs. CWS...also tied career-high with four hits (fifth time) and scored four runs...Named MVP of ALCS...hit .357 (5-for-14) with three home runs and five RBI in series...went 4-for-4 with three HRs in Game 5, totaling 13 total bases, an ALCS record...became 3rd player in history to hit three HRs in an LCS game, 6th time in post-season history (see chart) ...the bat used by Kennedy during Game 5 was sent to Cooperstown...posted three multi-hit efforts in World Series and batted .500 (4-for-8) with one HR and three RBI in Division Series vs. NYY. 2001 Started season on 15-day disabled list due to fractured right index finger...was disabled from 3/23-4/13, the first DL stint of his career...played in three rehab games at single-A Rancho Cucamonga, batting .375 (3-for-8) with one RBI...connected for two-run HR in first at-bat of season 4/13 vs. SEA after being recalled from rehab and activated from 15-day DL...collected season-high four RBI 5/2 vs. CWS...registered 15-clutch RBI, seven which put Angels in lead...Angels were 21-10 when he collected month was May, batting .310 (27-for-87) ...batted in leadoff spot 7/29 vs. BAL for first time of career. 2000 Began fourth professional season and first with Anaheim...Named fourth different Angels' Opening Day second baseman in as many seasons...Completed rookie season with .266 (159/598) average, 82 runs scored, 33 doubles, 11 triples, nine home runs, 72 RBI and 22 stolen bases in 156 games played...Finished tied for sixth in A.L. Rookie of the Year balloting, receiving one third place vote...Selected to Baseball Digest's and Topps Rookie All-Star Teams...Club-best 11 triples ranks tied for fifth on Angels' all-time single season list and second best in A.L. in 2000...11 triples were most by A.L. rookie since Al Bumbry posted 11 with Baltimore in 1973...Among A.L. rookies, led in triples and stolen bases and ranked second in hits...Tied club record eight RBI, April 18 at Toronto...Marked first Angel to do so since Don Baylor, Aug. 25, 1979 at Toronto...RBI total marked most in ML in 2000 (tied with Ken Griffey, Jr. - Cincinnati) and most by rookie since Fred Lynn of Boston Red Sox, June 18, 1975 at Detroit (10 RBI)...72 RBI were most by Angels' rookie since Tim Salmon posted 95 in 1993...Collected first career grand slam, April 18 at Toronto (off Frank Castillo)...HR was first HR in A.L. and as Angel (second HR of career)...Collected first multiple-HR game, July 4 vs. Seattle (off Gil Meche & Jose Mesa)...Hit in 10 straight games (.350; 14/40), July 24-Aug. 4...Equaled career-best four hits, April 4 vs. New York and April 18 at Toronto...Posted .976 (19/781) fielding percentage in 155 games (147 starts) at second base. 1999 Posted .976 (19/781) fielding percentage in 155 games (147 starts) at second base for triple-A Memphis...Was named Cardinals' Minor League Player of the Year in busy season which saw him play for Memphis, the USA Pan Am team and Cardinals...Led Memphis in batting (.327, fifth in Pacific Coast League) and stolen bases (20)...Also ranked among organization's top-10 in RBI (63), runs (69) and slugging percentage (.490)...In addition to being member of Silver Medal-winning Pan Am squad, also took part in Future Stars game, Triple-A All-Star game and was named to PCL post-season All-Star team...Played 52 games at second base, 25 at shortstop, 10 in outfield and seven at third base...Struck out just 36 times in 367 at-bats...Had contract purchased by St. Louis from triple-A Memphis, Aug. 20, and made big-league debut Aug. 21 in start at New York...Was 3-for-3 in second game of Aug. 22 doubleheader at New York with pair of doubles and three RBI...First ML hit was single off Orel Hershiser...Belted first ML home run, Aug. 31 vs. Florida (2-run off Brian Meadows)...Had four-hit game, Sept. 5 at Milwaukee, and drove in three runs...Played 33 games during his late-season stint with the Cardinals, including 26 starts, all at second base...Struck out just eight times in 102 at-bats with St. Louis. 1998 Split season between single-A Prince William, double-A Arkansas and triple-A Memphis...Ranked in organization's top 10 in most offensive categories, including runs (80, seventh), hits (168, third), doubles (39, second), triples (nine, tied-fourth), RBI (72, 10th) and stolen bases (26, sixth)...Finished season at Memphis, betting .305 with four home runs, 41 RBIs and 15 stolen bases in 74 games...Played 61 games at shortstop and 14 at second base...Batted .278 with six homers and 24 RBIs in 52 games at Arkansas... Played four games for Peoria Javelinas in Arizona Fall League and batted .500 (6-for-12) with two doubles. 1997 Was selected in first round (20th overall pick) of June draft...Split first professional season between short-season New Jersey and single-A Prince William...Batted combined .325 with 15 doubles, 46 RBIs and 13 stolen bases in 64 games...Batted .342 in 29 games at New Jersey and .312 in 35 games at Prince William...Batted .409 (18-for-44) in his first 11 pro games at New Jersey and was named New York-Penn League Player of the Week for July 7-13.