Matt Treanor

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Matt Treanor Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

.221 18 129 5 .618

Matt Treanor Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Matthew Aaron Treanor
  • Pronunciación: TRAY-ner
  • Nacido: 3/3/1976 en Garden Grove, CA
  • Draft: 1994, Kansas City Royals, 4th rd. (107th overall)
  • Preparatoria: Mater Dei, Santa Ana, CA
  • Debut: junio 2, 2004
  • Ret., Juego Final: 9/26/2012
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Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 1272 120 281 18 129 5 .221 .313 .618


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Matt Treanor Premios

Marlins Charlie Hough Good Guy Award

Año Equipo League
2007 Florida NL

Matt Treanor Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
8 de mayo de 2014 C Matt Treanor retirado.
3 de abril de 2014 C Matt Treanor asignado a Columbus Clippers.
17 de diciembre de 2013 Cleveland Indians agente libre firmado C Matt Treanor con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
3 de noviembre de 2012 C Matt Treanor eligio agente libre.
15 de noviembre de 2011 Los Angeles Dodgers agente libre firmado C Matt Treanor.
30 de octubre de 2011 C Matt Treanor eligio agente libre.
19 de octubre de 2011 Texas Rangers activan a C Matt Treanor.
8 de octubre de 2011 Texas Rangers reasignado C Matt Treanor a las ligas menores.
1 de septiembre de 2011 Texas Rangers activan a C Matt Treanor de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
31 de agosto de 2011 Kansas City Royals cambian a C Matt Treanor a Texas Rangers.
17 de agosto de 2011 envian a C Matt Treanor una asignación de rehabilitación a Northwest Arkansas Naturals.
14 de agosto de 2011 Matt Treanor estado en la lista cambian a por Kansas City Royals.
31 de julio de 2011 Kansas City Royals ponen a C Matt Treanor en la 7-día lista de deshabilitado. Concussion.
28 de marzo de 2011 Texas Rangers cambian a C Matt Treanor a Kansas City Royals.
13 de diciembre de 2010 Texas Rangers agente libre firmado Matt Treanor.
7 de noviembre de 2010 C Matt Treanor eligio agente libre.
23 de agosto de 2010 Texas Rangers activan a C Matt Treanor de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
16 de agosto de 2010 envian a C Matt Treanor una asignación de rehabilitación a Oklahoma City RedHawks.
24 de julio de 2010 Texas Rangers ponen a C Matt Treanor en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. Sprained right knee.
8 de abril de 2010 C Matt Treanor asignado a Texas Rangers.
22 de marzo de 2010 Milwaukee Brewers cambian a C Matt Treanor a Oklahoma City RedHawks and Texas Rangers cambian a SS Ray Olmedo a Nashville Sounds.
22 de marzo de 2010 Texas Rangers invitado fuera del roster C Matt Treanor para spring training.
18 de diciembre de 2009 Milwaukee Brewers agente libre firmado Matt Treanor.
6 de noviembre de 2009 Detroit Tigers envian a Matt Treanor envian a rotundamente a Toledo Mud Hens.
4 de mayo de 2009 Matt Treanor estado en la lista cambian a por Detroit Tigers.
26 de abril de 2009 Detroit Tigers ponen a C Matt Treanor en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al April 24, 2009. Torn labrum in his right hip
18 de enero de 2009 Detroit Tigers agente libre firmado C Matt Treanor.

Info Biográfica de Matthew Aaron Treanor

Full name MATTHEW AARON TREANOR…Married, Misty...Graduated from Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana (CA) in 1994…Was selected a Second Team All-American as a senior…His wife, Misty May-Treanor, is a retired three-time Olympic Gold medalist in beach volleyball, teaming with Kerri Walsh-Jennings for three straight gold medals in 2004 (Athens), 2008 (Beijing) and 2012 (London)...Misty registered 112 individual championship wins in domestic and international competition from 2000-12 after attending at Long Beach State...Pronounced "TRAY-ner"

2011 Combined to hit .214 (42-196) with three home runs and 22 RBI in 72 games with Kansas City and Texas...had a career-high 24 runs scored...Was with Texas throughout Spring Training, but was traded to Kansas City on March 28 in exchange for cash considerations...Rangers re-acquired him in an Aug. 31 trade for cash considerations...Batted .226 (42-186) with three homers, six doubles and 21 RBI in 65 games for the Royals...Led Kansas City with 62 starts behind the plate...Hit a walk-off, three-run homer off the Angels' Jason Bulger with two outs in the bottom of the 13th on April 3...The three RBI were a season high, one of his three multi-RBI games...Had five multi-hit games all year, all two-hit games...Caught 11-of-53 (20.8%) attempted base stealers...Missed all of August after being placed on the disabled list due to a concussion on July 31, after which he was transferred to the regular 15-day disabled list...Played seven games with Double-A Northwest Arkansas on an injury rehabilitation assignment, batting .263 (5-for-19) with a double and five RBI in seven games behind the plate. 2010 Was acquired from Milwaukee late in spring training and went on to start 67 games behind the plate, most of any Rangers catcher ... posted career highs for games (82), at-bats (237), runs (22), hits (50), homers (5), RBI (27), and walks (22). 2009 Limited to four games during his first season with the Tigers after landing on the disabled list for the remainder of the season on April 24 with a right hip strain...Underwent surgery on his right hip to remove a bone spur that was causing inflammation on April 30, a procedure performed by Dr. Bryan Kelly at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. 2008 Completed his fifth season with the Florida Marlins in 2008, establishing career bests with 206 at-bats, 18 runs scored, 49 hits and 23 RBI...Equaled a career high with a six-game hitting streak April 27-May 10, batting .391 (9x23)...Established a career best with three RBI on May 8 versus Milwaukee -- matched the high with three RBI on July 4 at Colorado...Batted .313 (21x67) with two doubles, a home run and 11 RBI in 18 games during May...Sidelined July 8-August 6 with a left hip strain -- saw action in five games with Single A Jupiter as part of an injury rehabilitation assignment August 1-6...Hit .305 (18x59) with runners in scoring position...Unconditionally released by the Marlins on December 15. 2007 Spent entire season with Marlins and established career highs with .269 average, 171 at bats, 16 runs, 46 hits, four home runs and 19 RBI ... batted .291 (41x141) with four home runs and 18 RBI in final 42 games (June 1 to end of season) ... hit .393 (11x28) with home run and two RBI in eight games in June, and .391 (9x23) with one home run and six RBI in seven games in July ... Honored with Charlie Hough Good Guy Award by South Florida chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America ... Hit first home run of season June 28 vs. Pittsburgh off Tony Armas Jr., his first homer since July 27, 2006, at Atlanta, a span of 40 games (97 at bats) between home runs ... hit all four home runs over 35-game span from June 28 to September 28 ... Matched career-high (four times career) with three-hits on July 21 vs. Cincinnati and August 21 at St. Louis ... Appeared defensively as catcher in 53 games ... caught six of 48 (12.5 %) base stealers ... had .993 fielding percentage as catcher. 2006 Batted .229 with two home runs and 14 RBI in 67 games with the Marlins...Hit in six straight games from April 17 to May 2, batting .350 (7x20) with two RBI over that stretch...hit first Major League home run on June 20 at Baltimore, a fourth-inning solo homer off Daniel Cabrera...home run came in his 267th Major League at-bat, making him the active leader for most at-bats without a home run at the time of his blast...hit his second home run on July 27 at Atlanta, a two-run homer off Jason Shiell...hit first Major League triple off Philadelphia's Randy Wolf on September 30 at Dolphin Stadium...ejected from game (first of career) in the top of the first inning on September 28 vs. Cincinnati for arguing balls and strikes...was on 15-day DL from August 3 (retroactive to August 1) until August 15 with a left shoulder strain...Appeared defensively in 61 games as catcher, with .993 fielding percentage...threw out 13 of 31 (41.9 percent) runners, a careerbest...among National League catchers who logged more than 400.0 innings behind the plate, nobody had a higher percentage of runners caught stealing...the Reds' David Ross was second among those catchers with a 41.4 percentage. 2005 In first full season in the Majors, played in a career high 58 games for the Marlins while batting .201 with eight doubles and 13 RBI... made a career-best 41 starts for Florida, batting .217 (26x120) as a starter... Marlins were 21-20 in those games... Recorded career-high four-game hitting streak (5x10, .500) to begin season from April 10-21... Began season hitting in seven of 11 games, batting .333 (10x30) with three doubles, three RBI and four walks... batted .500 (5x10) in April with a double and three RBI... went 2x4 with two RBI in start on April 20 vs. New York (NL), registering the first multi-RBI game of his career... posted second multi-RBI game of career in August 8 start at Colorado, going 1x5 with a double... Collected the second three-hit game of career in May 29 start vs. New York (NL)... registered five multi-hit games overall... for the first time in career, recorded two extra-base hits in August 9 start vs. Arizona (2x4, 2 2B, RBI, 2 R)... started 18 of 25 games from August 7-31, batting .211 (12x57) with four doubles, six RBI, and six walks... Florida posted an 11-9 record during that span... At Dolphins Stadium, hit .276 with five doubles, nine RBI, and ten walks... overall, boasted a .308 (12x39) mark with runners in scoring position and batted .333 (1x3) as a pinch-hitter... In first three starts at catcher, Marlins pitchers allowed just two earned runs (25.0 IP) for a 0.72 ERA... spent a career-high 366.2 innings (55 games/41 starts) behind the plate for the Marlins... registered a 27.2 percent caught stealing rate, catching nine of 33 opposing runners... posted a 4.69 catcher's ERA and had four passed balls... Posted a career-best .985 fielding percentage behind the plate (five errors in 328 total chances)... from June 9 to August 29, did not commit an error in 159 total chances covering 201.2 consecutive innings (30 games/22 starts). 2004 Appeared in 29 games for the Marlins and hit .236 with two doubles and one RBI in 29 games in his first Major League season...Walked in his first Major League plate appearance (June 2 vs. Cincinnati) and singled in his first official at-bat off Cory Lidle...Collected hits in four of his first five games (.429), including a career-high three hits (3x5, 2B) on June 13 at Detroit...had his first career RBI on June 17 vs. Chicago (AL)...Hit .310 over his first 12 games and .289 over his first 15 contests...had two hits in his final 14 games, batting .118 over that span (2x17)...Overall, made 27 appearances behind the plate for Florida, including 14 starts...had a .976 fielding percentage (3 E in 126 TC)...Played in 62 games with AAA Albuquerque batting .258 with eight home runs and 38 RBI...had back-to-back three-hit games on April 21-22 at Nashville...played in 31 games with six homers before having his contract purchased by the Marlins on June 2...returned to AAA on August 1 and played in 21 games before returning to the Majors on September 1. 2003 Led all Pacific Coast League catchers with 602 putouts for Albuquerque during the 2003 season...Tied for the lead among catchers in the Pacific Coast League with 11 errors...Collected a season-high four hits on April 12 versus Oklahoma...Sidelined June 4-17 with a right shoulder separation...Saw action in four games during the Pacific Coast League playoffs, going hitless in 12 at-bats. 2002 Began the 2002 season with Double A Portland before having his contract transferred to Triple A Calgary on June 26...Drove in a season-high five runs on April 20 at Trenton...Collected a season-best four hits on April 25 versus Trenton -- equaled the high with four hits for Calgary on September 2 versus Edmonton...Belted a season-high two home runs for Portland on May 10 at Erie...Sidelined June 1-11 with a right ankle contusion...Forced to the disabled list July 8-15 with Calgary with a right thigh contusion. 2001 Saw action with Portland, Single A Kane County and the Gulf Coast League Marlins during the 2001 season...Opened the season with Portland -- sidelined April 30-July 16 with a right ankle sprain...Joined the Gulf Coast League Marlins for an injury rehabilitation assignment June 30-July 16...Transferred to Kane County from Portland on July 16 -- saw action in one game with Kane County before having his contract transferred back to Portland on July 19. 2000 Spent the entire 2000 season with Single A Brevard County, seeing action in 109 games...Collected a season-high five hits on April 21 at Jupiter...Finished with a season-best five RBI on June 7 at Daytona. 1999 Batted .286 with 10 home runs in 86 games as he spent the entire 1999 season with Kane Count...Tied for the Midwest League lead among all catchers with six double plays...Tabbed the Midwest League Player of the Week for April 8-14 after hitting .440 (11x25) with two doubles, three home runs and seven RBI in six games during the week...Collected a season-best four hits, two home runs and six RBI on April 10 versus Wisconsin...Batted .304 (31x102) with six doubles, four home runs and 22 RBI in 26 games during August...Hit .263 (5x19) with a home run and four RBI in six games during the Midwest League playoffs. 1998 Saw action in 80 games with Brevard County during the 1998 season, his first full season in the Marlins organization...Sidelined Sepetmber 2-9 with a right knee contusion. 1997 Opened the 1997 season with Single A Wilmington in the Kansas City Royals organization before being acquired by the Marlins in a two-player deal on July 29 -- assigned to Brevard County after being acquired by the Marlins...Tabbed the best defensive catcher in the Carolina League by Baseball America. 1996 Spent his first full season in professional baseball with Single A Springfield in 1995. 1995 Spent first full professional season with Single-A Springfield and appeared in 75 games. 1994 Made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast Royals after being selected by Kansas City in the fourth round of the June 1994 draft.