Jose Lopez

Jose Lopez #4

  • 2B
  • B/T: D/D
  • 6' 0"/205

Jose Lopez Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

.262 92 480 25 .688

Jose Lopez Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Jose Celestino Lopez
  • Nacido: 11/24/1983 en Barcelona, Venezuela
  • Debut: julio 31, 2004
  • Ret., Juego Final: 10/3/2012
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Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 3841 421 1005 92 480 25 .262 .292 .688


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Jose Lopez Estadísticas

Jose Lopez Estadísticas Avanzadas

Jose Lopez Eventos de Statcast


Jose Lopez Premios

AL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2006 Seattle AL

MLBPAA Mariners Heart and Hustle Award

Año Equipo League
2009 Seattle AL

WBC All-Tournament Team

Año Equipo League
2009 Venezuela WBC

Futures Game Selection

Año Equipo League
2002 San Bernardino CAL

TEX Post-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2003 San Antonio TEX

Jose Lopez Tabla de líderes

Promedio de bateo

Season PRO Rank
2008 .297 18th in AL

Carrera impulsada

Season CI Rank
2008 89 20th in AL
2009 96 16th in AL


Season H Rank
2006 170 23rd in AL
2008 191 3rd in AL
2009 167 24th in AL


Season 2B Rank
2008 41 11th in AL
2009 42 11th in AL


Season 3B Rank
2006 8 5th in AL

Juegos jugados

Season J Rank
2008 159 6th in AL
2009 153 20th in AL

Turnos al bate

Season TB Rank
2006 603 16th in AL
2008 644 5th in AL
2009 613 14th in AL
2010 593 16th in AL

Turnos al bate

Season VB Rank
2006 655 24th in AL
2008 687 12th in AL
2009 653 25th in AL

Total de bases

Season TB Rank
2008 285 15th in AL
2009 284 18th in AL

Golpeado por la pelota

Season GPP Rank
2006 9 17th in AL

Jose Lopez Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
3 de noviembre de 2012 2B Jose Lopez eligio agente libre.
30 de agosto de 2012 Chicago White Sox seleccionado el contrato de 2B Jose Lopez de Charlotte Knights.
14 de agosto de 2012 Jose Lopez asignado a Charlotte Knights.
12 de agosto de 2012 Cleveland Indians liberan a 2B Jose Lopez.
7 de agosto de 2012 Cleveland Indians designado 2B Jose Lopez para la asignación.
12 de mayo de 2012 Cleveland Indians seleccionado el contrato de 2B Jose Lopez de Columbus Clippers.
3 de mayo de 2012 Cleveland Indians envian a Jose Lopez envian a rotundamente a Columbus Clippers.
1 de mayo de 2012 Cleveland Indians designado Jose Lopez para la asignación.
4 de abril de 2012 Cleveland Indians seleccionado el contrato de Jose Lopez de Columbus Clippers.
16 de diciembre de 2011 Cleveland Indians agente libre firmado 2B Jose Lopez con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
16 de diciembre de 2011 Jose Lopez asignado a Columbus Clippers.
30 de octubre de 2011 2B Jose Lopez eligio agente libre.
14 de agosto de 2011 Florida Marlins seleccionado el contrato de 2B Jose Lopez de New Orleans Zephyrs.
9 de julio de 2011 Jose Lopez estado en la lista cambian a por New Orleans Zephyrs.
7 de julio de 2011 Florida Marlins envian a 2B Jose Lopez envian a rotundamente a New Orleans Zephyrs.
2 de julio de 2011 Florida Marlins designado Jose Lopez para la asignación.
15 de junio de 2011 Florida Marlins seleccionado el contrato de 2B Jose Lopez de New Orleans Zephyrs.
9 de junio de 2011 Jose Lopez asignado a New Orleans Zephyrs.
7 de junio de 2011 Colorado Rockies liberan a 3B Jose Lopez.
27 de mayo de 2011 Colorado Rockies designado 3B Jose Lopez para la asignación.
2 de diciembre de 2010 Seattle Mariners cambian a 3B Jose Lopez a Colorado Rockies for RHP Chaz Roe.
25 de junio de 2009 Jose Lopez estado en la lista cambian a por Seattle Mariners.
18 de junio de 2009 Seattle Mariners ponen a 2B Jose Lopez en la lista de duelo.

Info Biográfica de Jose Celestino Lopez

Full name JOSE CELESTINO LOPEZ.... His wife's name is Katerine...Daughter, Valentina del Valle (10/22/10)...Son Jose Jr. (7/21/06)...Played for Venezuela in the 2009 World Baseball Classic. 2011 Split the 2011 season between the Colorado and Florida after being acquired from Seattle in December 2010 by the Rockies...After appearing in 38 games with Colorado (released on June 7), he was signed by Florida on June 9 and split the remainder of the season between Florida and Triple-A New Orleans...With the Zephyrs, he hit .400 (50-125) with 9 2B, 9HR & 30RBI in 32 games (1.118OPS) and concluded the season by hitting .273 (21-77) with 7 2B, 6HR & 13RBI over his final 32 games with Florida (2nd stint, .597SLG)...On the year at the big league level he appeared in 39 games at third base, 20 games at second base and 8 at first base...Reported to AAA New Orleans upon signing w/Florida and had his contract selected between games of a doubleheader at Philadelphia on June 15 and made his Marlins' debut in game two...Batted .103 (3-29) in a 12-game stint with the club before he was designated for assignment on July 2 and outrighted to New Orleans on July 7...In his second stint with the Zephyrs, he played in 28 games and batted .396 (44-111) with 9 2B, 8HR & 29 RBI. In 32 games overall at triple-A...Lopez returned to Florida on August 14...In his first 18 games (12 starts) back, he batted .365 (19-52) with 7 2B, 5HR & 11 RBI (.788SLG)...Went 3-24 (.125) with a run and an RBI as a pinch hitter... On August 19 at SD, became the 14th Marlin (20th time) to record three doubles in a game (2nd career)...Played for Lara after the season in the Venezuelan Winter League and hit .310 (52-168) with 12 2B, 5HR & 24RBI in 43 games (37 at third base)...Was 7th in the VZWL in batting average. 2010 Led Major League third basemen with 322 assists and ranked third in Mariners history (J. Presley, 335 in 1985 & Adrian Beltre, 323 in 2006)...29 double plays ranked third in club history and his 447 total chances are second-most...Hit 3 home runs 9/22 at Toronto, becoming the ninth Mariners player (12th time) to collect 3-plus home runs in a game and just the third to collect each of them off a different pitcher...Ranked tied 10th in the American League by batting .333 (32-for-96) with 8 doubles, 2 home runs and 14 RBI in "close and late" situations (7th inning or later with the batting team ahead by one run, tied or with the tying run on base, at-bat or on deck)...Left game 9/28 at Texas with a dislocated middle finger on right hand (fielding)...Hit 2 grand slams; game-winning grand slam in 8th inning 7/10 vs. NYY (J. Chamberlain) erasing 0-1 deficit and his first career slam, a go-ahead shot in 7th inning 4/23 at CWS...Had 3 hitting streaks of at least 10 games, including a season-high 13-game streak 6/15-30 (.327/17-for- 52, 7 R, 4 2B, HR, 3 RBI)...also had 11-game streak 5/22-6/4 and 10-gamer 8/8-18...Had 6 multi-hit games in a 10-game span 5/28-6/6 batting .366 (15-for-41) with 8 runs, 1 double, 3 home runs and8 RBI...6 of his 10 home runs gave the Mariners the lead (4/23 at CWS, 6/1 vs. MIN, 6/3 vs. MIN, 6/26 at MIL, 7/10 vs. NYY) or tied the game (8/16 at BAL)...Hit go-ahead game-winning 2-run home run in fourth inning 6/26 at MIL (Randy Wolf)...Left game 6/16 at St. Louis with tendinitis in his knee. 2009 Led club with 42 doubles, 96 RBI, 2nd with 25 home runs, 167 hits and 3rd with .463 SLG%...Finished the season with a 13- game hitting streak, T2nd longest hitting streak to end the season (Ichiro, 2001, 2004), one short of club record (E. Martinez, 14, 1998)...Became the 5th player in club history to collect 25 home runs and 40 doubles in the same season joining Edgar Martinez, Alex Rodriguez, Adrian Beltre, Richie Sexson...joined Martinez and Rodriguez as only players to post consecutive 40-double seasons with Seattle...25 home runs ranked 3rd-most by a second baseman (primary position) in club history... only Bret Boone had more homers in a single season: 37 in 2001 and 35 in 2003...Recorded RBI in a career-high 7 consecutive games July 29-Aug. 5 including 4 multi-RBI games...streak was T4th longest in the American League...streak T7th longest in club history, 2 short of record (Edgar Martinez, 1995)...When batting 4th or 5th, hit .359 (33x92) with 12 runs, 7 doubles, 7 home runs, 26 RBI, .663 Slugging percentage in 23 all other spots hit .257 (134x521) with 57 runs, 35 doubles, 18 home runs, 70 RBI and .428 slugging...In his final 107 games (May 29-end of season) hit .295 (129x437) with 51 runs, 35 doubles, 22 home runs, 75 RBI with .526 slugging percentage...during that time was amongst the AL leaders in doubles (T3rd), home runs (T11th), RBI (8th) and slugging percentage (8th)...Matched club record with 3 doubles in a game on June 2 vs. Baltimore...T3rd in the American League with 20 3+ hit games, T10th most in club history...18 of his 20 3+ hit games occurred between May 31 and the end of the season...Had 3 walk-off singles, all in May: May 1 single to right field off Oakland's Russ Springer in the 9th; May 3 single to center field off Oakland's Dana Eveland in the 15th and May 22 single to left field off San Francisco's Pat Misch in the 12th inning...Led club and T4th in the AL with 15 game-winning is T7th most in club history...Game-tying 3-run home run in bottom of 9th with 2-out May 30 at LAA (off B. Fuentes)...On bereavement list (family emergency) June 18-25...Made World Baseball Classic All-Tournament team by hitting .417 (10x24) with 8 runs, 6 doubles, 2 home runs, 4 RBI for Venezuela...Mariners nominee for the Heart and Hustle Award, presented annually to an active player who demonstrates a passion for the game of baseball and best embodies the values, spirit, and traditions of the game. 2008 Set career-highs in at-bats (644), batting average (.297), runs (80), hits (191), doubles (41), home runs (17), RBI (89), walks (27) and stolen bases (6)...Appeared in 159 games (139 at 2B, 13 at 1B, 7 at DH)...Among American League leaders, ranked 3rd in hits, 5th in multi-hit games, T4th in sacrifice flies (9) and 4th in at-bats...191 hits ranked 13th-best in franchise history, becoming the first Seattle player not named Ichiro to collect at least 190 hits since Bret Boone (206 in '01)...Among AL second baseman, ranked T3rd in doubles, T3rd in home runs, 1st in RBI and T1st with 9 sacrifice flies...Hit safely in career-high 19 consecutive games July 9-Aug. 1...combined to bat .342 (27x79) with 11 runs, 5 doubles, 3 home runs and 15 RBI during the streak...longest streak by a Mariner in 2008 and 4th-longest in the AL...Also recorded 11 hitting streaks of at least 5 games, including an 11-game hitting streak April 19-May 1 (.327/16x49, 6 R, 4 2B, 2 RBI)...54 multi-hit games ranked 3rd-highest by a Mariners second baseman in club history...Led Mariners with 40 two-out RBI (9th in AL) and 2nd with 7 game-winning RBI...Became the 7th AL second baseman to record 40 doubles, 15 home runs and 80 RBI in single season...joining D. Pedroia (2008), R. Cano (2007), J. Cantu (2005), A. Soriano (2002, '05), R. Alomar ('96, '99, '00), and C. Gehringer (1930, '32, '36)...Hit .348 (16x46) as first baseman, .293 (167x569) at second, and .286 (8x28) as the DH...Recorded a pair of multi-homer games (9/26 vs. OAK and 9/7 vs. NYY)...Career-high-tying 4 RBI three times (May 15 vs. KC, June 20 at ATL, Sept. 26 vs. OAK)...41 doubles ranked T9th in franchise history and set a team record for most doubles by a second baseman (Joey Cora held previous record of 40 in 1997)...Tied Major League record with three sacrifice flies April 15 vs. Kansas City, becoming the 12th player in Major League history with three sac flies in a game, and first since Edgar Martinez set the club record in 2002...combined with teammate Yuniesky Betancourt for 5 sac flies, becoming 2nd pair of teammates to each record two-plus sac flies...only other instance since 1954 was Matt Lawton and Marty Cordova (Twins, 1998)...Walk-off RBI single vs. Boston, April 27, 3rd of career, 1st since June 27, 2007 vs. BOS. 2007 Played in 149 games, making 141 starts (139 at 2B, 2 at 3B)...set career-high with 11 home runs...among AL second baseman, ranked 6th in home runs (11), 5th in RBI (62)...had the 3rd-best fielding percentage in team history by second baseman at .989% (8E, 712 TC)...turned career-high 103 double plays as second baseman, 5th-most in AL...did not commit first error until May 27; was one of 3 second basemen with no errors through May 26...T7th in the AL with 9 sacrifice hits...walk-off double off top of left field wall in 11th inning off Joel Pineiro June 27 vs. Boston to complete three-game sweep of Red Sox...fell double short of hitting for cycle April 24 at Tampa Bay; tying career-high's with 4 hits and 4 RBI...homered in consecutive games May 25-26 at Kansas City; first time in career with home runs in consecutive games...season-high 9-game hitting streak Aug. 20-29 (.345/10x29)...hit .313 (10x32) in 8 games at McAfee Coliseum with 5 runs scored, 3 home runs and 7 RBI...trio of home runs were T2nd-best amongst visiting players in Oakland (Vladimir Guerrero, 5)...signed four-year contract extension through 2010 with a club option for 2011 on April 18th. 2006 Lopez finished his first full season as an All-Star, hitting .282 with 10 home runs and 79 RBIs. Lopez hit one home run in the second half of the season, but he actually hit for a higher average (.285 compared to .280) after the All-Star break. Lopez hit .323 in September. He scored the tying run in the All-Star Game as a pinch-runner. 2005 Began season on the disabled list, but concluded year as the Mariners' everyday second aseman...Was on the disabled list from April 6-May 14 and again from May 23-June 9 due to a fractured hook of the hamate bone in his left hand...Surgery was performed by Dr. Donald Sheridan in April...Recalled by Seattle for the first time on June 17...optioned July 1...recalled a second time on July 3...optioned on July 28...Recalled on Aug. 30 and batted .261 (29x111) the remainder of the season...Logged a career-high nine-game hitting streak from Sept. 17-27 (14x34/.412)...Batted .333 (17x51) from Sept. 14-29, hitting safely in 11 of 13 games...Notched a career-high four hits (4x5) on Sept. 27 vs. Texas...Hit .295 (18x61) over his final 16 games...Hit .333 (18x54) with runners in scoring position, .312 (29x93) with runners on base...Batted .385 (5x13) in five Interleague games...Hit safely in 36 of 44 games at Tacoma, batting .319 (58x182)...Had a 17-game (30x73/.411) hitting streak from Aug. 8-23. 2004 Selected on July 31 and made ML debut that night as starting shortstop at Anaheim... recorded first ML hit Aug. 1 at Anaheim, a single off Bartolo Colon...started 18 consecutive games at shortstop after selection, hitting safely in 13 of the 18 games...hit first ML home run Aug. 14 vs. New York, a solo shot off Esteban Loaiza...made 55 starts overall with Seattle, all at shortstop...hit .295 (81x275) with 13 home runs, 39 RBI in 74 games with triple-A Tacoma before being selected on July 31...hit .311 with 11 doubles, 10 HR, 29 RBI in 46 games with Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League. 2003 Played three different infield positions (2B, SS, 3B) in 132 games with San Antonio... had two home runs April 19...was third in Texas League with 35 doubles...had 41 multi- hit games, including four 4-hit games...selected to start the Texas League All-Star Game...named to Texas League Postseason All-Star Team...hit .391 (9x23) with 3 runs, 2 homers, a steal and 5 RBI in 5 postseason games...played with Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League. 2002 Named Mariners Minor League Player of the Year with San Bernardino...led the Cal League with 169 hits and 309 doubles...his .324 average was second-highest among all Marines minor leaguers while his 31 steals ranked fourth...was second in the Cal League in average and fifth in steals...was the league's youngest position player...selected to play with the World Team at the 2002 MLB Future's Game in Milwaukee; at age 18, was the game's youngest player...named as a second baseman to SportsTicker's 2002 All-Teen Team...hit .345 with Lara in the Venezuelan Winter League. 2001 Named Everett's MVP by the Mariners player development departmmulti-hit games...participated in the Mariners Arizona Instructional League.