Jimmy Rollins

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Jimmy Rollins Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

9294 .264 231 936 470 .743

Jimmy Rollins Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: James Calvin Rollins
  • Apodo: J-Roll
  • Nacido: 11/27/1978 en Oakland, CA
  • Draft: 1996, Philadelphia Phillies, 2nd rd. (46th overall)
  • Preparatoria: Encinal, Alameda, CA
  • Debut: 9/17/2000
  • Último Juego: 6/8/2016
  • Familiar(es): hermano de Antwon Rollins, primo de Tony Tarasco
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Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 9294 1421 2455 231 936 470 .264 .324 .743


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Jimmy Rollins Estadísticas

*Desde el 2006

Jimmy Rollins Estadísticas Avanzadas

*Desde el 2006
*Desde el 2006

Jimmy Rollins Eventos de Statcast


Jimmy Rollins Premios


Año Equipo League
2007 Philadelphia NL

World Series Championship

Año Equipo League
2008 Philadelphia NL

NL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2001 Philadelphia NL
2002 Philadelphia NL
2005 Philadelphia NL

NL Silver Slugger

Año Equipo League
2007 Philadelphia NL

Rawlings NL Gold Glove

Año Equipo League
2007 Philadelphia NL
2008 Philadelphia NL
2009 Philadelphia NL
2012 Philadelphia NL

Roberto Clemente Award

Año Equipo League
2014 Philadelphia NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Equipo League
18/09/2005 Philadelphia NL
02/09/2007 Philadelphia NL

Phillies MVP Award

Año Equipo League
2007 Philadelphia NL

WBC All-Tournament Team

Año Equipo League
2009 United States WBC

AFL Hall of Fame Member

Año Equipo League
2008 Peo Saguaros AFL

Jimmy Rollins Tabla de líderes

Promedio de bateo

Season PRO Rank
2007 .296 20th in NL


Season H4 Rank
2007 30 14th in NL
2012 23 25th in NL

Carrera impulsada

Season CI Rank
2007 94 22nd in NL

Bases robadas

Season BR Rank
2001 46 1st in NL
2002 31 7th in NL
2003 20 12th in NL
2004 30 8th in NL
2005 41 4th in NL
2006 36 9th in NL
2007 41 5th in NL
2008 47 3rd in NL
2009 31 4th in NL
2010 17 21st in NL
2011 30 10th in NL
2012 30 9th in NL
2013 22 9th in NL
2014 28 8th in NL

Porcentaje de embasarse Más Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2007 .875 23rd in NL

Promedio de slugging

Season SLG Rank
2007 .531 15th in NL

Carreras anotadas

Season C Rank
2001 97 23rd in NL
2004 119 3rd in NL
2005 115 3rd in NL
2006 127 2nd in NL
2007 139 1st in NL
2009 100 10th in NL
2011 87 17th in NL
2012 102 4th in NL
2014 78 19th in NL


Season BB Rank
2012 62 19th in NL
2013 59 21st in NL
2014 64 19th in NL


Season H Rank
2001 180 14th in NL
2003 165 23rd in NL
2004 190 7th in NL
2005 196 3rd in NL
2006 191 9th in NL
2007 212 2nd in NL
2009 168 17th in NL
2011 152 22nd in NL
2012 158 21st in NL


Season 2B Rank
2003 42 12th in NL
2004 43 9th in NL
2005 38 15th in NL
2006 45 9th in NL
2007 38 20th in NL
2008 38 18th in NL
2009 43 4th in NL
2012 33 23rd in NL
2013 36 10th in NL


Season 3B Rank
2001 12 1st in NL
2002 10 1st in NL
2003 6 9th in NL
2004 12 1st in NL
2005 11 3rd in NL
2006 9 9th in NL
2007 20 1st in NL
2008 9 4th in NL
2012 5 24th in NL

Juegos jugados

Season J Rank
2001 158 14th in NL
2002 154 19th in NL
2003 156 16th in NL
2005 158 11th in NL
2006 158 10th in NL
2007 162 1st in NL
2009 155 22nd in NL
2012 156 11th in NL
2013 160 5th in NL

Turnos al bate

Season TB Rank
2001 656 1st in NL
2002 637 1st in NL
2003 628 3rd in NL
2004 657 3rd in NL
2005 677 2nd in NL
2006 689 2nd in NL
2007 716 1st in NL
2009 672 1st in NL
2011 567 21st in NL
2012 632 3rd in NL
2013 600 13th in NL

Turnos al bate

Season VB Rank
2001 720 2nd in NL
2002 705 2nd in NL
2003 689 11th in NL
2004 725 3rd in NL
2005 732 2nd in NL
2006 758 1st in NL
2007 778 1st in NL
2009 725 1st in NL
2011 631 25th in NL
2012 699 3rd in NL
2013 666 12th in NL

Total de bases

Season TB Rank
2004 299 19th in NL
2005 292 12th in NL
2006 329 9th in NL
2007 380 2nd in NL
2009 284 19th in NL
2012 270 19th in NL


Season SO Rank
2003 113 20th in NL

Atrapado robando

Season AR Rank
2001 8 13th in NL
2002 13 5th in NL
2003 12 4th in NL
2004 9 6th in NL
2005 6 23rd in NL
2007 6 13th in NL
2009 8 15th in NL
2011 8 16th in NL
2013 6 18th in NL
2014 6 19th in NL
2015 8 7th in NL

Jimmy Rollins Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
1 de febrero de 2017 SS Jimmy Rollins asignado a Sacramento River Cats.
8 de enero de 2017 San Francisco Giants agente libre firmado SS Jimmy Rollins con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
15 de junio de 2016 Chicago White Sox liberan a SS Jimmy Rollins.
10 de junio de 2016 Chicago White Sox designado SS Jimmy Rollins para la asignación.
30 de marzo de 2016 Chicago White Sox seleccionado el contrato de SS Jimmy Rollins de Charlotte Knights.
23 de febrero de 2016 SS Jimmy Rollins asignado a Charlotte Knights.
22 de febrero de 2016 Chicago White Sox agente libre firmado SS Jimmy Rollins con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
2 de noviembre de 2015 SS Jimmy Rollins eligio agente libre.
19 de diciembre de 2014 Philadelphia Phillies cambian a SS Jimmy Rollins and cash a Los Angeles Dodgers for LHP Tom Windle and RHP Zach Eflin.
24 de mayo de 2012 Philadelphia Phillies activan a SS Jimmy Rollins de la lista de paternidad.
19 de diciembre de 2011 Philadelphia Phillies agente libre firmado Jimmy Rollins.
30 de octubre de 2011 SS Jimmy Rollins eligio agente libre.
8 de septiembre de 2011 Philadelphia Phillies activan a SS Jimmy Rollins de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
22 de agosto de 2011 Philadelphia Phillies ponen a SS Jimmy Rollins en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. Right groin strain.
22 de junio de 2010 Philadelphia Phillies activan a SS Jimmy Rollins de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
14 de junio de 2010 envian a SS Jimmy Rollins una asignación de rehabilitación a Clearwater Threshers.
22 de mayo de 2010 Philadelphia Phillies ponen a SS Jimmy Rollins en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. Right calf strain
17 de mayo de 2010 Philadelphia Phillies activan a SS Jimmy Rollins de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
15 de mayo de 2010 envian a SS Jimmy Rollins una asignación de rehabilitación a Clearwater Threshers.
14 de abril de 2010 Philadelphia Phillies ponen a SS Jimmy Rollins en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al April 13, 2010. Right calf strain.

Info Biográfica de James Calvin Rollins

Married Johari Smith on Jan. 23, 2010...has one daughter, Camryn Drew (5/20/12)...His brother, Antwon, spent time in the Rangers and Expos farm systems...His parents, James and Gigi, were honored in 2002 by Babe Ruth Little League, Inc. with the "Graduate Parents of the Year Award" for "their remarkable accomplishments in raising their son"...Was a 1996 graduate of Encinal High School (CA), where he played baseball...selected to All-USA High School Baseball team by USA Today after setting 10 school career records, including steals (99) and batting average (.484)...rated by Baseball America as Northern California's top high school infielder and was also named a Baseball America Second Team All-American...Was the Phillies' nominee for MLB's Roberto Clemente Award in 2005, 2008, 2012 and received the national award in 2014...Started the Jimmy Rollins Family Foundation, which supports families struggling financially...during his time in Philadelphia, he raised over $1 million to benefit local charities...Started the "J-Roll's Readers" club in 2002 through his involvement as chairman of the Philadelphia Reads program...In 2003, served as honorary chairman for the Negro Leagues Baseball Memorial Fund, which constructed a statue located in Fairmount Park to honor Philadelphia's Negro League players...Is a member of the Philadelphia Action Team, a national youth volunteer initiative administered by the Major League Baseball Players Trust and Volunteers of America...Received the 2008 recipient of the John Wanamaker Award, presented to the athlete, team or organization which has done the most to reflect credit upon Philadelphia and to the team or sport in which they excel...Inducted into the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame in 2008...Given a Lifetime Achievement Award following the 2012 season by the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association...Appeared in several MC Hammer and Mavis Staples music videos in the late '80s and early '90s.


Signed a minor league contract with the Chicago White Sox on Feb. 22 that included an invitation to Major League spring training...He competed with Tyler Saladino for a starting role at shortstop and by the end of spring, the team announced that Rollins would serve as their Opening Day shortstop...Became the White Sox's oldest Opening Day shortstop since Hall of Famer Luke Appling in 1949 (42 years, 17 days)...Batted .221 in 41 games for the White Sox...on June 10, he was designated for assignment so the White Sox could promote Tim Anderson from the minor leagues...Signed by the Giants to a minor league contract with an invite to big league camp on Dec. 19.


Was traded to the Dodgers in exchange for minor league pitchers Tom Windle and Zach Eflin on Dec. 19, 2014...Rollins waived his no-trade clause in order for the trade to be accomplished...Struggled offensively with the Dodgers, hitting a career-low .224 with 13 homers and 41 RBI...Lost his starting job to rookie Corey Seager in September...On the final day of the season, in a meaningless game, manager Don Mattingly let Rollins manage the club for the game.


Appeared in 138 games with Philadelphia, batting .243 with 76 runs scored (1st, NL shortstops), 17 home runs (4th, NL shortstops) and 55 RBI...Topped big league shortstops with a .988 fielding percentage, the third time he has done so in his 14-year ML career (others: 2008-.988, 2009-.990)…committed only seven errors in 1,170.2 innings...On June 14 against the Cubs, collected the 2,235th hit of his major league career (leadoff single in the 5th inning), moving past Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt into 1st place on the Phillies' all-time franchise list...set the mark in his 2,015th career game and 8,330th at-bat...Schmidt, whose MLB career was also spent entirely with the Phillies (1972-89), finished with 2,404 career games and 8,352 at-bats...Made his 14th consecutive Opening Day start at shortstop for the Phillies on March 31 at Texas, breaking the National League record for consecutive seasons starting at shortstop on Opening Day for the same franchise...in the game, became just the second Phillies player since 1900 to hit a grand slam on Opening Day...it was his fourth career grand slam and 200th home run overall, making him just the 19th player in Major League history to have 400 or more doubles, 100 or more triples, and 200 or more home runs...On Aug. 5, Ryan Howard, Chase Utley and Rollins started in their 887th regular-season game together in the field for the Phillies at first base, second base and shortstop, respectively, setting a Major League record for most games started together in the field by three teammates at those positions...the previous record (886 G) was held by the Dodgers' trio of Steve Garvey (1B), Davey Lopes (2B) and Bill Russell (SS)...On Sept. 1 at Philadelphia, Rollins had his 658th career multi-hit game, passing Richie Ashburn for the Phillies franchise record...Ranked among the NL leaders in pitches per plate appearance (4.14, 5th), stolen bases (28, T-8th) and stolen base percentage (82.4, 10th)...Established a career high in walks (64), including 22 free passes in May which led the NL...Had his 13th career season with at least 20 SB, which tied Ichiro Suzuki and Bobby Abreu for most seasons with 20 SB among active players...Hit 17 home runs, tying Del Ennis for second place in Phillies franchise history with 11 seasons of double-digit HR; Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt is first with 16 seasons...Slugged his second career walk-off HR, April 12 vs Miami...Had a team-best 15-game hitting streak, June 5-21 (.250, 15-60, 4 2B, 2 HR, 7 RBI)…it was the second-longest streak of his career...Collected his 800th extra-base hit on Aug. 20 vs Seattle...Stole his 450th base on Aug. 23 vs St. Louis...Left the game after the fourth inning with a strained left hamstring Sept. 8 vs Pittsburgh and did not play for the remainder of the season


Played for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic... Made his 13th consecutive Opening Day start for the Phillies at SS, tying the longest NL streak for a SS since 1900 (Dave Concepcion - 1974-86)... T-5th in the NL in games (160), T-8th in SB % (78.6), T-9th in SB (22) and T-10th in doubles (36)... Led the team in games, AB (600), hits (151), doubles, walks (59) and IBB (6)... Collected his 800th career RBI, 4/22 vs PIT... Set the Phillies record for most career doubles (433), 5/15 vs CLE, breaking Hall of Famer Ed Delahanty's previous record... Hit his 45th career leadoff HR, 7/20 at NYM, to extend his franchise lead (4th-most in MLB history)... Batted .329 (23-70), 8 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 7 BB in his final 18 games... Committed only 3 errors in his final 97 games (95 GS)... Stole his final 14 bases without being caught

2012 Finished the season ranked in the Phillies all-time top 5 in several categories: doubles (2nd), total bases (2nd), XBH (2nd), games (3rd), runs (3rd), SB (3rd), triples (3rd) and hits (4th) ... Ranked 1st in the NL in steals of 3rd base (12), 3rd in AB (632), 4th in runs (102), T-6th in SB % (85.7) and T-9th in SB (30) ... Won his 4th NL Gold Glove after leading all NL shortstops in fielding % (.978) ... Among NL shortstops, ranked 1st in runs & XBH (61), 2nd in HR (23) & walks (62), T-2nd in doubles (33), 3rd in hits (158), RBI (68) & total bases (270) and T-3rd in triples (5) & SB ... Set a career high in walks (62) ... Led the team in games (156), AB, runs, hits, doubles, HR, walks, XBH and total bases and T-1st in RBI ... Became the 1st shortstop in Phillies history to lead the team in HR and RBI (tied) ... Became the 4th player in ML history to have 2,000 hits, 350 SB and 150 HR for one team, joining Craig Biggio (HOU) and Hall of Famers Barry Larkin (CIN) and Paul Molitor (MIL) ... Had his 4th career 20 HR/30 SB season; only Bobby Bonds (9) and Barry Bonds (7) have had more in MLB history ... Reached base safely in 17 straight games, 5/5-25 (17 H, 10 BB) ... Homered in his 136th AB of the season, which was the 2nd-longest homerless stretch to start a season in his career (2004 - 155 AB) ... Was on the paternity leave list and missed 3 games following the birth of his first child, 5/21-23 ... Hit his 4th career inside-the-park HR, 7/31 at WSH, to break a 5-way tie for the most among active players (Carl Crawford, David DeJesus, Curtis Granderson & Chase Utley) ... Had his 5th and 6th career walk-off hits: 7/22 vs SF and 7/25 vs MIL ... Had his 8th career multi-HR game, 8/1 at WSH ... Played in his 1,731st game at SS, 8/14 at MIA, to set a Phillies record for most games at the position, eclipsing Larry Bowa's previous mark of 1,730 ... Doubled for his 2,000th career hit, 9/4 at CIN ... Collected his 400th career SB, 9/13 at HOU ... His 8 HR in September were T-3rd among NL players (Adam LaRoche & Chase Headley - 9) ... Batted .329 (24-73) with RISP from 5/30 through the remainder of the season; had been 7-for-39 (.179) prior to that to start the season ... Reached base safely in 69 of 78 home games (88%; .329 OBP) ... Had 6 leadoff HR to extend his franchise record to 43 ... Scored 21 runs in his final 19 games, leading all MLB players in runs scored over that span (9/10 through the remainder of the season) ... Missed the final 3 games of the season due to a right calf strain. 2011 Finished the season ranked in the Phillies' all-time top 5 in several categories: doubles (3rd), XBH (3rd), hits (4th), runs (4th), SB (4th), triples (4th) and games (5th); also finished with 1,618 career games at SS, the 2nd-most in Phillies history (Larry Bowa, 1,730)...Had the 2nd-best fielding % (.988) among NL shortstops (4th-best in MLB)...Ranked 10th in the NL in SB (30), his ninth season with at least 30 SB...Was the 7th-hardest batter to strike out in the NL (1 SO/10.69 PA)...Among NL shortstops, ranked 2nd in HR (16), SB and walks (56), 3rd in runs (87) and 4th in hits (152) and RBI (63)...Made his 11th straight Opening Day start (2001-11), the longest streak by a Phillie since Larry Bowa started 12 straight (1970-81)...Started the first 49 games of the season...Did not have an RBI until his 54th plate appearance (RBI single), his longest RBI drought to begin a season for his career (previous: 31 PA in 2005)...Homered from both sides of the plate, 7/20 at CHI, becoming the 1st Phillie to do it twice in a career (other: 8/12/06 vs CIN); it was his 7th career multi-HR game...Missed 18 games while on the 15-day DL, 8/22-9/7, with a right groin strain...Had 12 hits in his final 23 at-bats with RISP (.522)...Slugged 2 leadoff HR to extend his club record to 37...The Phillies went 48-14 (.774) when he scored at least 1 run...Set Phillies records for most hits (9), doubles (4) and multi-hit games (4) in a Division Series; previous record for hits was 8 (Gary Matthews , 1981). 2010 Missed a total of 74 games due to 2 different injuries; appeared in only 88 games (85 starts), his fewest in any of his 10 full ML seasons ... Was scratched moments before the Home Opener, 4/12 vs WSH, due to a strained right calf, suffered while doing pre-game warm-ups in the outfield ... Was on the DL twice with a right calf strain: 4/13-5/16 and 5/22-6/21 ... Had 2 leadoff HR, extending his franchise record to 35 (4/11 at HOU & 9/1 at LAD) ... The Phillies went 31-6 (.838) when he scored a run ... Slugged his 1st career walk-off HR, 6/23 vs CLE, his 2nd game after coming off the DL ... Hit his 150th career HR, 7/3 at PIT (Justin Thomas) ... Missed 14 games (15 starts) after leaving the game on 9/8 vs FLA with tightness in his right hamstring after doubling and scoring in the bottom of the 3rd inning ... Batted .329 (23-70) with RISP; .375 (15-40) with RISP and 2 outs ... Hit his 3rd career grand slam, 10/1 at ATL (Mike Dunn) ... Had minor surgery on his left wrist to have a ganglion cyst removed, 12/9 (Dr. Randall Culp) 2009 Participated in the World Baseball Classic during spring training and was named to the All-WBC Tournament team...Led the NL in at-bats (672) and finished 4th in doubles (43) and SB (31), 10th in runs (100) and T-10th in XBH (69)...Won the NL Rawlings Gold Glove after leading all ML shortstops in fielding % (.990) and committed a career-low 6 errors...Played a franchise-record 86 straight games (84 starts) without an error, 5/31-9/9, breaking his own record of 54 straight errorless games set in 2007...Had his 6th straight 30-SB season, tied for the 2nd-longest streak among active players with SEA's Chone Figgins (CWS' Juan Pierre . 9 straight)...The Phillies went 61-19 (.763) when he scored a run...Did not have a stolen base until his 18th game of the season, tying his longest career drought to start a season (2004)...Slugged his 1st career pinch HR, 4/19 vs SD (Edward Mujica)...Got his 1,500th career hit, 5/21 at CIN, an RBI single off Jared Burton in the 7th inning...Stole his 300th career base, 5/21 at CIN, to become the 3rd Phillie with 300 doubles and 300 SB (Ed Delahanty and Sherry Magee)...Was hitless in a career-high 28 consecutive at-bats, 6/19-7/2, dropping his average to .205, before hitting .288 (105-364), 28 2B, 4 3B, 15 HR, 50 RBI for the remainder of the season...Slugged his 2nd career grand slam and had a career-high 5 RBI, 7/25 vs STL (Jason Motte)...Homered in 3 straight games, 8/2-5...Had his 6th career multi-HR game, 8/25 at PIT...Had 5 leadoff HR (last: 9/27 at MIL), extending his franchise record to 33 for his career...Hit a 2-run, walk-off double off Jonathan Broxton in Game 4 of the NLCS, 10/19 vs LAD 2008 Finished 2nd in the NL in SB % (94.0), 3rd in stolen bases (47), 4th in triples (9) and 10th in avg with RISP (.318)...Was the 7th-hardest batter in the NL to strike out (11.4 PA/SO)...Led all NL shortstops in fielding % (.988)...Homered on Opening Day for the 2nd straight year...Hit 2 leadoff HR, extending his franchise record to 28...The Phillies went 42-15 (.737) when he scored at least one run...Got his 250th career stolen base, 4/6 at CIN, his 300th career double, 9/7 at NYM (gm 1) and his 125th career HR, 9/13 vs MIL...Left the game, 4/8 vs NYM, in the 8th inning with a left ankle sprain, and did not start the next 10 games before being placed on the 15-day DL, 4/20; was activated on 5/2 after playing in 2 extended spring training games (.750, 6-8, 2 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB) and one game for Clearwater (A)...Set a career best in stolen bases...Set a Phillies record with 39 consecutive stolen bases (dating to 2007) before being thrown out, 7/26 vs ATL...Batted .352 (44-125), 11 2B, 3B, 3 HR, 17 RBI, 19 BB, .439 OBP in his final 31 games...Finished the season with 295 career SB, the most by any Phillie in the modern era and 4th overall in Phillies history...Hit a leadoff HR in Game 4 of the NLDS, 10/5 at MIL (Jeff Suppan)...Hit a leadoff HR in Game 5 of the NLCS, 10/15 vs LAD (Chad Billingsley), becoming the 1st player in MLB history to hit 3 career leadoff HR in the postseason. 2007 Became the 1st player in MLB history to have 200 hits, 15 3B, 25 HR, and 25 SB in the same season... Became the 2nd player in Phillies history to have 30 HR and 30 SB in the same season (Bobby Abreu, 2001 & 2004) and the 3rd shortstop in MLB history to do it, joining Barry Larkin (1996) and Alex Rodriguez (1998)... Set career highs in games (162), hits (212), HR (30), RBI (94), triples (20), total bases (380), extra-base hits (88) and at-bats (716)... His 716 at-bats set a new MLB record, eclipsing Willie Wilson's 705 from 1980... Became just the 4th player in MLB history to have 20 2B, 20 3B, 20 HR and 20 SB in a season, joining Hall of Famer Willie Mays (1957), Frank Schulte (1911) and Curtis Granderson, who also did it this year; is the only one of those 4 to have 200 hits in the same season... Set the NL records for runs (139) and extra-base hits (88) by a shortstop; only Alex Rodriguez had more XBH (91 in 1996)... Led the NL in runs, triples, at-bats and multi-hit games (63),T-1st in games (162), finished 2nd in extra-base hits, total bases (380) and 3-hit games (21),T-2nd in hits, 5th in SB (41), 8th in SB % (87.2) and 9th in times on base (268)... T-3rd among all MLB switch-hitters in HR (30), behind only Lance Berkman (34) and Carlos Beltran (33)... His 212 hits were the most by a Phillie since 1975, when Dave Cash had 213... Homered on Opening Day in his 4,000th career at-bat... Played in his 1,000th career game, 5/25 at FLA... Slugged 9 HR in April, a new monthly best for him and the most by a leadoff hitter in April since 1996, when BAL's Brady Anderson hit 11... Became only the 3rd Phillie in the last 100 years to have as many as 6 HR in the first 10 team games of the season and first since 1976,when Mike Schmidt had 8 HR in the team's first 9 games (other:Dolph Camilli had 6 through the first 9 games of 1935)... Had a 14-game hitting streak, 7/20-8/3 (.365, 23-63, 4 2B, 4 3B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 13 R)... Became the 6th player in Phillies history to have 7 straight multi-hit games, 8/26-9/1 (.563, 18-32, 2 2B, 3 HR, 7 RBI) and first since 1992, when Ricky Jordan had 8 straight... Collected his 5th career quadruple-double, 6/28 vs CIN, and first before the All-Star break, becoming only the 10th player in the past 50 years to reach double figures in doubles, triples, and home runs before the All-Star break... His 20 triples set a Phillies single-season record... Named NL Player of the Week, 8/27-9/2... Hit 9 leadoff HR this season, a Phillies single-season record, bringing his club record to 26. 2006 Entered the season with a 36-game hit streak, which ended at 38 games, 4/6 vs STL (0-4); 4th-longest streak in NL history and longest ever by a Phillie...Became just the 2nd player in MLB history to have at least 40 2B, 25 HR, 120 R and 35 SB in the same season (Alfonso Soriano, 2002)...Set Phillies single-season records for HR and runs scored (127) by a SS... Established career highs in R, 2B (45), HR, RBI (83), HBP (5) and SF (7)...Became the 3rd Phillie since 1900 to score 100 runs in 3 straight seasons, joining Hall of Famer Chuck Klein (1929-33) and Bobby Abreu (1999- 2002)...Slugged his 62nd career HR, 5/2 at FLA, giving him the all-time club record for HR by a SS (Granny Hamner had held the record with 61)...Finished 2nd in the NL in runs and at-bats (689), 7th in extra-base hits (79), 8th in multi-hit games (57), 9th in hits (191), SB (36) and total bases (329), 10th in doubles and T-10th in triples (9)...Led all NL shortstops in runs, RBI, extra-base hits, total bases and SB % (90.0) and finished 2nd in doubles, HR and times on base (253) and 3rd in hits...Hit his 15th career leadoff HR, 5/4 vs ATL, setting a new Phillies record...Had his first 3 career multi-HR games: 6/13 vs NYM, 8/2 at STL and 8/12 vs CIN...Collected his 1,000th career hit, 7/15 at SF (7th-inning triple), at 27 years, 230 days old, becoming the youngest player to get his 1,000th hit as a Phillie since Greg Luzinski did it on 6/12/78 (Luzinski was 27 years, 202 days old)...Tied a club record with 5 runs scored, 8/2 at STL; 7th Phillie since 1900 to do it and first since Mariano Duncan, 5/3/92 at LAD...Became just the 3rd player in Phillies history to homer from both sides of the plate in the same game, 8/12 vs CIN, joining Steve Jeltz (6/8/89) and Tomas Perez (7/24/01)...Led all ML players in August in hits (45) and runs (30), becoming the first Phillie to score 30 runs in a month since June 1993 (Lenny Dykstra - 30)...Homered in a career-best 3 straight games, 9/23-25...Fell a triple shy of what would have been his 5th career (and 3rd consecutive) quadruple double. 2005 Ended the season with a 36-game hitting streak, eclipsing a 106-year-old franchise record along the way. ... The streak included 19 doubles, four triples, four homers, 22 RBIs, 107 total bases, 17 walks and 15 stolen bases. Of his streak-extending hits, he smacked 22 singles, 10 doubles, one triple and three homers. ... Batted .379 during the streak. 2004 Had a quadruple-double for 3rd time in 4 ML seasons (43 2B, 12 3B, 14 HR, 30 SB); only NL player to do it in 2004 and 1 of 3 in majors (TB's Carl Crawford and DET's Carlos Guillen)...Set career highs in avg (.289), hits (190), bunt hits (10), at-bats (657), runs (119), doubles, RBI (73), on-base % (.348) and slugging % (.455)...Tied career highs in HR and triples...Had a career-low 73 SO...Finished tied for NL lead in triples, ranked 3rd in runs and at-bats, tied for 7th in hits, 8th in SB (30) and multi-hit games (55) and tied for 9th in doubles...Was hardest batter in NL to double up (164.3 AB/GIDP)...His 190 hits was the 5th-highest total among Phillies since 1979 behind Doug Glanville (204 in 1999), Lenny Dykstra (194 in 1993 and 192 in 1990) and Juan Samuel (191 in 1984)...Moved permanently into leadoff position on 6/1...Among NL leadoff hitters, ranked 2nd in doubles (35) and RBI (64), 4th in avg (.299) and runs (93), 7th in walks (45) and tied for 7th in hits (149)...Hit 4 leadoff HR (6/2 vs NYM, 8/1 at CHI, 8/6 at LA, 9/9 at ATL) to tie Phillies record for most in a season (Juan Samuel, 1989 and Lenny Dykstra, 1993); has 9 in his career to rank 3rd on club's all-time list, trailing Samuel (14) and Dykstra (12)...Set Phillies record for most runs by a shortstop (Dick Bartell scored 118 in 1932)...Had most RBI by a Phillies shortstop since Granny Hamner had 87 in 1952...Finished with 2nd-best fielding % among NL shortstops (.986)...Had three 10-game hit streaks - 6/26-7/5, (.340, 16-47); 7/19-28 (.400, 18-45), 8/31-9/10 (.357, 15-42)...Scored 7 runs in 2 games, 5/14-15 at COL, including tying his career high with 4, 5/15...Became 1st Phillie to hit 2 inside-the-park HR in one season - 6/20 vs KC (1st of ML career) and 8/4 at SD - since Larry Bowa in 1980...His inside-the-park HRs were the first at each of 2004's new ballparks, Citizens Bank Park and PETCO Park; 1st player to do that since STL's Fernando Vina (SBC Park, 5/9/00 and Miller Park, 10/2/01)...Tied his career high with 2 triples, 8/25 at HOU (3rd time in career)...Stole his 30th base of the season, 9/17 vs MTL; has 30+ SB in 3 of last 4 seasons...Homered in back-to-back games twice, 9/4-5 vs NYM and 10/1 & 10/3 vs FLA...Hit game-winning solo HR in 10th inning, 9/23 at FLA (Armando Benitez)...Slugged 1st career grand slam on final day of season, 10/3 vs FLA (Matt Perisho) and set career high with 4 RBI...Hit .455 (5-11), 1 HR, 16 RBI with bases loaded. 2003 Led team and tied for 3rd among major league shortstops with career-high 42 doubles and became just the 2nd shortstop in Phillies history to hit 40 in a season (Dick Bartell, 1931-32) ... Also reached a career-high in RBI (62) and tied his high in walks (54) ... Finished tied for 3rd in NL in at-bats (628) and tied for 9th in triples (6), after leading league in both categories prior two seasons ... 2nd on team in hits (165) ... Finished 2nd among NL shortstops in fielding % (.979) and 3rd in assists (463) ... Tied his career highs with 5 hits, 4 runs and 3 RBI and set a career high with 3 doubles, 4/5 vs PIT ... Walked a career-high 3 times, 4/19 at ATL ... Scored a run in a team-high 7 straight, 5/3-10 ... Hit game-winning RBI single in bottom of 9th inning off John Smoltz, 6/19 vs ATL ... hit in a season-high 9 straight, 6/19-30 (8 RBI) ... Left the game, 7/17 vs MTL with tightness in his left hamstring; missed 2 games ... Stole career base #100, 9/27 vs ATL ... Had 44 multi-hit games ... Rated 3rd-best infield arm in NL by Baseball America. 2002 Reached a quadruple double (2B, 3B, HR, SB) for 2nd time in as many seasons; only NL player to do it and 1 of just 2 ML players (Johnny Damon); 6th Phillie in club history to do it in back-to-back seasons . . . Led NL in triples (10) and at-bats (637) for 2nd straight season, tied for 7th in stolen bases (31) . . . Finished 2nd among NL shortstops with a .980 fielding %, 3rd in total chances (695), 4th in assists (504) and 5th in putouts (226) . . . Made 3rd-fewest errors (14) among shortstops who played at least 130 games . . . Led all NL shortstops in stolen bases and finished 3rd in runs (82), 4th in hits (156) and walks (53) and 5th in doubles (33) and RBI (60) . . . Tied for 2nd on team with 45 multi-hit games . . . Had a season-high 8-game hit streak, 4/23-30 (.577, 15-26, 6 R, 4 2B, 7 RBI) . . . Hit a season-best .310 in April . . . Hit leadoff HR in back-to-back games, 5/16 and 17 at ARI; now has 5 career leadoff HR . . . Led team with 14 extra-base hits in May (6 2B, 4 3B, 4 HR) . . . Scored a team- and career-high 4 runs, 6/26 at FLA . . . Voted as starting shortstop for NL All-Star team (2-2, 2 R) . . . Became 1st shortstop in ML history and 1st Phillie in franchise history to make All-Star team in his 1st two ML seasons . . . Collected a career-best 5 hits, 8/11 at LA - all singles; tied Phillies record for singles in a game, done 14 times previously, last by Tom Herr, 5/19/90 at LA . . . Stole 17 bases in final 22 attempts (77%), including a season-high 3 in the final game of the season, 9/29 at FLA; had 4 multi-steal games overall . . . Named Best Defensive Shortstop in NL and 3rd-best NL Baserunner by Baseball America . . . Participated in MLB vs Japan All-Star Series during November in Japan. 2001 First full season in majors . . . Finished 3rd in NL Rookie of the Year balloting . . . Only NL player to hit a quadruple double (2B, 3B, HR, SB) . . . Became 1st player to lead NL in triples (12) and stolen bases (46) since Lou Brock in 1968 . . . Led all NL rookies in 3B and SB; was 2nd in runs (97), hits (180), doubles (29), walks (48), extra-base hits (55), total bases (275) & multi-hit games (53); 3rd in HR (14) and RBI (54); 4th in avg (.274) and 5th in slugging % (.419) . . . 1st Phillies rookie to lead NL in at-bats (656) since Juan Samuel in 1984 (701) . . . Hit most HR by a Phillies shortstop since Dickie Thon's 15 in 1989 . . . Phillies' lone rep on NL All-Star team; 1st Phillies rookie since RHP Tyler Green in 1995 and 1st shortstop since Larry Bowa in 1979 . . . Had two 10-game hit streaks, 4/13-24 (.390, 16-41) and 6/6-16 (.357, 15-42) and a career-high 12-game streak, 7/19-8/1 (.340, 17-50) . . . Hit 1st ML HR, 5/2 vs COL (Brian Bohanon) . . . Hit first 3 leadoff HR of career: 5/4 vs SF, 8/9 vs SD, 9/8 at MTL . . . Had career-high 4 hits, 4 times: 5/24 vs PIT, 8/17 at STL, 8/28 at NYM and 9/8 at MTL . . . Set Phillies franchise record with 35 consecutive stolen bases without being thrown out; previous record was 20, set by Bowa in 1974 . . . Was caught stealing by Damian Miller, 8/26 vs ARI to end the streak; it was 1st time in his career he was thrown out by a catcher (was thrown out by a catcher just 4 times) . . . After moving into leadoff spot permanently on 7/31, had a .353 on-base %; overall, had a .346 on-base % in leadoff spot . . . Set Phillies single-season record for steals by a shortstop, eclipsing Bowa's record of 39 in 1974 . . . Hit .625 (10-16), 7 R, 2 2B, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 1 SB during 4-game series at MTL, 9/6-9 . . . Finished with 3rd-best fielding % (.979) among NL shortstops and committed a professional-low 14 errors . . . Co-winner of the NL Cool Papa Bell Award, presented by the Negro League Hall of Fame . . . Rated 5th-best rookie in major leagues, 3rd-best in NL, by Baseball America . . . Named to Topps Major League Rookie All-Star team, voted by MLB managers. 2000 Began season with Scranton (AAA) . . . Tied with Rochester's Wayne Kirby for International League lead in triples (11) . . . Had 28 2B, 11 3B, 12 HR; he and Sacramento's Mark Bellhorn (17 2B, 11 3B, 24 HR) were only triple-A players with double digits in each category . . . Began season slowly hitting just .138 through 5/9 but finished strong hitting .305, including .337 after 7/3, with 10 HR, 47 RBI . . . Hit 1st triple-A HR 5/15 at Durham . . . Had 9-game hit streak, 5/24-6/1 . . . Reached base 15 times (10 H, 2 HBP, 3 BB) in 4 game-series at Norfolk, 7/13-16 . . . IL and Phillies Minor League Player of the Week, 7/9-15 . . . Hit game-tying grand slam in 5th inning 8/23 vs Buffalo; helped Red Barons come back from 8-0 deficit and won a car for a fan as part of a season long promotion . . . Drove in game-winning run with 2 out in bottom of 9th 9/1 to give Red Barons come-from-behind 11-10 win over Pawtucket overcoming 7-1 early deficit with 5-run 9th . . . AAA postseason statistics (9 games): .270, 3 R, 10 H, 3 2B, HR, 6 RBI . . . Finalist for Team USA for Summer Olympics in Sydney, but did not make final cut . . . Recalled by Phillies 9/16, to report 9/17 . . . Made ML debut with a start at shortstop 9/17 vs FLA (2-4, 2 R, 1 BB, 1 SB); 1st ML hit (triple) came in 1st ML AB (Chuck Smith) . . . 1st ML RBI came next day 9/18 vs FLA . . . Hit in 9 of 11 starts with Phils . . . Had 7 multi-hit games . . . Played in 14 games: 11 starts, 2 as defensive replacement (all at SS) and 1 PH. 1999 Played 1st season at Reading (AA) . . . Eastern League's 2nd-youngest hitter . . . Led club in games, at-bats and hits . . . Made 10 errors in first 30 games and then just 12 in final 103 games . . . Finished 2nd among Eastern League shortstops in fielding % (.965); 1st time in 3 seasons he did not lead his league . . . Was 4th-toughest batter to strike out in EL . . . Named Phillies Minor League Player of the Week, 7/5-11 . . . Had 4 game-winning HR, 3 vs Bowie (7/10, 7/28 and 8/25) and 1 vs Harrisburg (9/3) . . . Had 2-HR game 7/28 vs Bowie . . . Homered in 3 straight games, 7/9-11 . . . Finished with more walks (51) than strikeouts (47) . . . Promoted to Scranton (AAA) 9/3 and appeared in 4 games . . . Played winter ball for Zulia, VZ. 1998 Promoted to Clearwater (A), where he appeared in 119 games . . . Had 14-game hit streak, 6/3-16 . . . Florida State League All-Star (in-season) . . . Led FSL SS in fielding % (.952) . . . Went to Florida Instructional League . . . 1997 At 18 years old, was the youngest player on the Piedmont (A) roster . . . Was Co-winner of the Paul Owens Award with OF Jeff Key as the best players in the Phillies minor league system . . . Had slow start, hitting just .220 through 5/7 . . . Rebounded to hit .285 the rest of the season to finish at .270 . . . Had hit streaks of 11 and 14 games . . . Stole 46 bases in 52 attempts (88%); was successful in first 16 SB attempts . . . Phillies Minor League Player of the Month for May . . . Led all Phillies minor leaguers in games, at-bats, runs, hits and steals . . . South Atlantic League All-Star for both in-season and postseason after leading league shortstops in games, total chances (648), putouts (201), assists (421) and fielding % (.960) . . . Led SAL in at-bats (560) . . . Went to Florida Instructional League . . . 1996 Selected by Phillies in 2nd round of June draft . . . Began pro career at Martinsville, appearing in 49 games . . .