Michael Bourn

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  • 5' 10"/180
  • Edad: 32

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Michael Bourn Estadísticas

.238 0 30 17 .592

Michael Bourn Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

.266 31 323 326 .687

Michael Bourn Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Michael Ray Bourn
  • Nacido: 12/27/1982 en Houston, TX
  • Draft: 2003, Philadelphia Phillies, 4th rd. (115th overall)
  • Universidad: Houston
  • Debut: julio 30, 2006
Más Info Biográfica +
2015 Estadísticas 425 39 101 0 30 17 .238 .310 .592
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 4409 630 1173 31 323 326 .266 .331 .687
  • Estatus: Activo

Michael Bourn 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 Braves NL 482 280 86.12 203.82 -4.44 8.90 29.42
MLB Avg - - - - 89.28 210.20 0.43 8.96 33.39


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Michael Bourn Estadísticas

Michael Bourn Estadísticas Avanzadas

Michael Bourn Eventos de Statcast


Michael Bourn Noticias de Fantasía

8 de octubre de 2015 a las 5:51 ET

Bourn swipes 17 bags in 2015

Braves outfielder Michael Bourn finished the 2015 regular season with a .238 average, zero home runs, 30 RBIs, 39 runs scored and 17 stolen bases.

9 de septiembre de 2015 a las 11:09 ET

Bourn triples, plates two, scores twice in four-hit game

Braves outfielder Michael Bourn went 4-for-5 with a triple, two RBIs and two runs scored on Wednesday against the Phillies.


Michael Bourn Premios

NL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2010 Houston NL
2012 Atlanta NL

Rawlings NL Gold Glove

Año Equipo League
2009 Houston NL
2010 Houston NL

Wilson NL Defensive Player of the Year

Año Equipo League
2012 Atlanta NL

Wilson Team Defensive Player of the Year

Año Equipo League
2012 Atlanta NL

MLBPAA Astros Heart and Hustle Award

Año Equipo League
2010 Houston NL

EAS Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2005 Reading EAS
2006 Reading EAS

Michael Bourn Tabla de líderes

Promedio de bateo

Season PRO Rank
2011 .294 20th in NL

Bases robadas

Season BR Rank
2007 18 24th in NL
2008 41 4th in NL
2009 61 1st in NL
2010 52 1st in NL
2011 61 1st in NL
2012 42 2nd in NL
2013 23 15th in AL

Promedio de embasarse

Season OBP Rank
2012 .348 24th in NL

Carreras anotadas

Season C Rank
2009 97 13th in NL
2011 94 9th in NL
2012 96 6th in NL


Season BB Rank
2012 70 8th in NL


Season H Rank
2009 173 13th in NL
2011 193 3rd in NL
2012 171 13th in NL


Season 2B Rank
2011 34 19th in NL


Season 3B Rank
2009 12 2nd in NL
2010 6 13th in NL
2011 10 4th in NL
2012 10 5th in NL
2013 6 6th in AL
2014 10 1st in AL

Juegos jugados

Season J Rank
2009 157 16th in NL
2011 158 9th in NL
2012 155 19th in NL

Turnos al bate

Season TB Rank
2009 606 9th in NL
2011 656 2nd in NL
2012 624 4th in NL

Turnos al bate

Season VB Rank
2009 678 13th in NL
2011 722 1st in NL
2012 703 2nd in NL

Total de bases

Season TB Rank
2011 253 24th in NL


Season SO Rank
2009 140 8th in NL
2011 140 11th in NL
2012 155 7th in NL
2013 132 21st in AL

Atrapado robando

Season AR Rank
2008 10 7th in NL
2009 12 2nd in NL
2010 12 3rd in NL
2011 14 1st in NL
2012 13 1st in NL
2013 12 2nd in AL
2014 6 13th in AL

Michael Bourn Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
8 de agosto de 2015 Atlanta Braves activan a CF Michael Bourn.
7 de agosto de 2015 Atlanta Braves cambian a 3B Chris Johnson a Cleveland Indians for CF Michael Bourn, LF Nick Swisher and cash.
15 de agosto de 2014 Cleveland Indians activan a CF Michael Bourn de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
11 de agosto de 2014 Cleveland Indians envian a CF Michael Bourn una asignación de rehabilitación a Columbus Clippers.
5 de agosto de 2014 Cleveland Indians envian a CF Michael Bourn una asignación de rehabilitación a Akron RubberDucks.
6 de julio de 2014 Cleveland Indians ponen a CF Michael Bourn en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. Left hamstring strain
15 de abril de 2014 Cleveland Indians activan a CF Michael Bourn de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
10 de abril de 2014 Cleveland Indians envian a CF Michael Bourn una asignación de rehabilitación a Akron RubberDucks.
3 de abril de 2014 Cleveland Indians envian a CF Michael Bourn una asignación de rehabilitación a Columbus Clippers.
30 de marzo de 2014 Cleveland Indians ponen a CF Michael Bourn en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al March 21, 2014. Left hamstring strain
3 de julio de 2013 Cleveland Indians activan a CF Michael Bourn de la lista de paternidad.
30 de junio de 2013 Cleveland Indians ponen a CF Michael Bourn en la lista de paternidad.
9 de mayo de 2013 Cleveland Indians activan a CF Michael Bourn de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
6 de mayo de 2013 Cleveland Indians envian a CF Michael Bourn una asignación de rehabilitación a Columbus Clippers.
17 de abril de 2013 Cleveland Indians ponen a CF Michael Bourn en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al April 15, 2013. Lacerated right index finger.
15 de febrero de 2013 Cleveland Indians agente libre firmado CF Michael Bourn.
3 de noviembre de 2012 CF Michael Bourn eligio agente libre.
1 de agosto de 2011 Atlanta Braves activan a CF Michael Bourn.
31 de julio de 2011 Houston Astros cambian a CF Michael Bourn a Atlanta Braves; Atlanta Braves cambian a CF Jordan Schafer and RHP Juan Abreu a Houston Astros and Mississippi Braves cambian a RHP Paul Clemens and LHP Brett Oberholtzer a Corpus Christi Hooks.

Info Biográfica de Michael Ray Bourn

Full name MICHAEL RAY BOURN…Michael has one son, Bryson, and one daughter, Blair...2000 graduate of Nimitz High School in Houston, TX in 2000...Was a baseball and basketball letterman and an academic scholar for the Cougars...Played 3 years at the University of Houston (2001-03)...In his final year at UH, Bourn hit .330 w/23 steals despite missing four weeks with a broken hamate bone in his right wrist....Grew up playing Little League w/ Carl Crawford in Humble, TX...The two played on the Mt. Zion Angels, a team coached by Michael's father, Ray Bourn...Signed by Dave Owen (Phillies)...Michael gives an annual donation to Cleveland Indians Charities.


Bourn sp ent his second year in Cleveland and following two stints on the Disabled List with left hamstring issues returned to play an important role in the Tribe's August/September postseason push...Was tied for the American League in triples with 10, becoming the first Indians batter to share or lead the A.L. in three-baggers since Kenny Lofton in 1995 and just the second since 1987. Started season on the 15-day DL after injuring his 2013 surgically rep aired left hamstring on March 16 in a game at San F rancisco...W as on the DL from March 21-April 14, missing the first 13 games of the season...Missed 34 games from July 6-August 14 with another left hamstring strain suffered on July 5 vs. Kansas City ... Appeared in 11 games between AAA Columbus and AA Akron over his April and August D.L. stints... Up on returning from his second D.L. stint on August 15 he hit .239 (38-159) with 8 doubles, 3 trip les, 7 RBI and 20 runs scored in 40 games to end the season (3 SB/3 CS, 15 BB, .311 on-base pct.) On the year he made 104 starts in center field (105 games) ...Bourn leads all MLB players in steals (290) since the 2008 (next closest is Rajai Davis at 281), but stole just 10 bases in 16 attempts in 2014… Enjoyed a pair of two triple games, on June 25 at Arizona and August 28 at Chicago-AL, becoming one of seven Indians batters since 1914 to enjoy multiple triple games and the second since 1942 (Kenny Lofton had 3 such games in 1995). Connected on his first career walk-off home run on June 1 vs. Colorado, a 2-run 9th inning shot off Adam Ottavino that broke a 4-4 tie...Hit his 8th career lead-off home run on May 18 vs. Oakland and enjoyed his 1000th career Major League hit on May 28 at Chicago-AL off Hector Noesi...Hit .289 (41-142) with runners on base and .341 (14-41) with runners in scoring p osition-2 outs...Scored 20 runs in 26 June games, tied for the most in the American League for the month


딨e two-time National League All-Star (2010, 2012) and a two-time Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner (2009, 2010) was signed by Cleveland in spring training and spent his first season in the American League...Steals decreased from 42 to 23 as did his total steal attempts (55 to 35)...Since 2008, Michael leads all Major Leaguers with 280 stolen bases (Rajai Davis is 2nd with 245)...Led the NL in steals over three straight seasons, 2009-2011 (finished 2nd in steals in 2012)...Recorded a season-high 3 steals on August 3 at Miami...Finished tied for 6th in the American League in triples (6), 15th in steals (23) and was 2nd with 12 caught stealings. 닃ollected 31RBI in 61 second half games (tied for 2nd on the team after the break) and hit his first career grand slam on July 24 at Seattle off Hector Noesi, which also equaled his single-game career-high for RBI (4)....Made 124 starts in center field (128 games) and collected 6 outfield assists...Over his last 15 games from Sept 10-on he hit .300 (18-60) with 3 2B, 4 3B, 1HR & 10RBI (10RS). 닗as on 15-day Disabled List (2nd career time, first since 2007) w/a cut right index finger from April 15-May 9...Was injured sliding into first base when he was stepped on by Chicago-AL pitcher Matt Thornton on April 14...,Appeared in two rehab games for AAA Columbus, May 7-8....Was 15th in the AL in OPS .975 at the time of his injury...Was the toughest player in the AL to double up in 2013, hitting into just 2 double plays in 525 at bats (1:262.5)...Also ranked tied for 8th with 19 bunts put into play...Underwent minor surgery on his left hamstring (distal hamstring debridement) on October 15 in Dallas, TX (Dr. Dan Cooper)...Originally suffered the injury on a second base steal attempt in the 9th inning of the final game of the regular season on Sept 29 (played in AL Wild Card Game three days later vs. Tampa Bay).

2012 Is a two-time National League All-Star (2010, 2012) and a two-time Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner (2009, 2010) and led the NL in steals over three straight seasons, 2009-2011 (finished 2nd in steals in 2012)...Since 2008, leads all Major Leaguers with 257 stolen bases (Indians high player, Shin-Soo Choo, had 80 over that span) and is 2nd with 59 bunt hits and 175 infield hits...Has stolen 257 of 318 attempts (81%) over that span...Led all NL out¿ elders in putouts (383) in 2012 and finished 1st in Total Zone Runs among all NL infielders in 2010 (25) and 2012 (38)... His WAR since 2009 of 19.0 ranks tied for 13th in all of MLB with Troy Tulowitzki... Over the last two seasons Bourn leads the Majors with 23 multi-steal games (23). ‹Spent his first full season in Atlanta, setting career-highs in home runs (9), RBI (57) and walks (70) as he finished second to Everth Cabrera in steals (42 in 55 attempts, 76%) with his 5th straight 40-steal season... Finished tied for 7th in the entire NL in WAR (Wins Above Replacement, source Baseball-Reference.com) in 2012, a stat that measures a player's total on field value - offense, positional value, defense, basestealing and baserunning...Made his second career postseason appearance for the Wildcard-winning Braves....Ranked T13th in the NL with 171 hits...Was 4th in the Majors in steals and tied for 7th in MLB with 17 games of 3+ hits and had 43 total multi-hit games...Finished 18th in NL MVP voting (6pts)...First career 2HR game on May 22 at Cincinnati. ‹Started 151 of 162 games this season...Had his career-best 14-game hitting streak (23-for-59, .390) snapped on 6/16...Was added to the NL All-Star team (3rd career app.) on July 7 in place of the injured Ian Desmond (WSH). Went 0-for-1 with one strikeout in the game...Was tied for 8th in the NL in walks, 2nd in plate appearances (703), T5th in triples (10). ‹Missed 6 games, Sept 23-29, with an injured left thumb and went just 9-for-51 (.176) over his last 15 games (9/10) to see his season average dip from .283 to .274 that contributed to his .225 (60-for-267, .325 OBP) in the second half...In the first half he hit .311 (111-for-357) with a .366 OBP in 85 games (9th best in NL)...Hit .337 in April, 11th best in the Majors. 2011 Split his sixth major league season between the Houston Astros and Braves, combining for a .294 (193-for- 656) batting average with 34 doubles, 10 triples, 61 stolen bases and a .349 on-base percentage in 158 games...Joined the Braves from Houston on 7/31 in a trade that sent OF Jordan Schafer, RHP Juan Abreu, RHP Paul Clemens and LHP Brett Oberholtzer to the Astros. Made his Braves debut on 8/1 at WSH (1-for-4)...At the time of the trade, led the majors with 39 stolen bases and the National League with 28 infield hits, while his .303 batting average ranked 13th in the NL...Led all Major Leaguers in stolen bases with 61. Finished third in the National League in hits (193) and second in infield hits (38) and bunt hits (12)...Since his first game with the Braves on 8/1, he led the Club in hits (60) and stolen bases ( 22) and started each of the team's 53 games in centerfield...Drove in a career-high 50 RBI and matched his career high with 61 stolen bases...Posted a career-best 13-game hitting streak, 7/15-28, in which he batted .424 (25-for-59) with four doubles, five RBI, four stolen bases and a .469 OBP...Matched his career high with four hits 9/9 at STL. It marked his fourth four-hit game of the season, his second with the Braves and the seventh of his career...In 105 games with Houston. hit .303 with 26 doubles, seven triples, one home run, 32 RBI and 39 stolen bases (in 46 attempts). 2010 The 2010 National League All-Star hit .265 (142x535) with 25 doubles, six triples, two homers, 38 RBI and 52 stolen bases in 141 games during his third season with Houston...set a career-high in RBI, besting his previous high of 35, accomplished in 2009...missed the final 13 games of the 2010 season from Sept. 19-Oct. 3 with a strained rt. oblique muscle...led the National League in stolen bases (52) for the second consecutive season, and became the first player in franchise history to lead the NL in stolen bases in back-to-back seasons...trailed only Juan Pierre's 68 stolen bases for the MLB lead...recorded 25 doubles for the second straight season, also a career-high 27 in 2009...received the 2010 Fielding Bible Award as the Best Center Fielder in Major League Baseball, as voted on by a panel of 10 analysts, including John Dewan, Peter Gammons and Bill James...had an NLbest 38 infield hits during the season, including 20 in the first-half...his 10 bunt hits ranked 4th in the NL...defensively, was tied for 9th among NL outfielders with eight outfield assists...drove in a season-high three runs on Sept. 7 at CHC...went 3x4 with a double, triple and stolen base in the game...posted a career-long, 12-game hitting streak from Aug. 22-Sept. 3...hit .388 (19x49) with a homer, four RBI and five stolen bases during the streak...reached base safely via hit or walk in 27 straight games with a plate appearance from Aug. 21 thru the end of the season (.421 OBP)...is the longest streak by an Astro since Lance Berkman went 28 straight games from April 9-May 10, 2007...hit .356 (36x101) with 11 RBI and 13 stolen bases in his final 26 games of the season with an at-bat after Aug. 22...reached base safely via hit or walk in 112 of his 138 overall games with an at-bat (81.2%)... in the second-half, hit .280 (60x214) with 18 RBI and 24 stolen bases in 56 games...in 65 games against NL Central opponents, hit .282 (70x248) with 44 runs scored, 12 doubles, 20 homers and 28 stolen bases...appeared in the 2010 All-Star Game and went 0x1 in one plate appearance...was his first career appearance on a MLB All-Star roster...was the first Astros center fielder to make the ASG since Carlos Beltran in 2004...is the 13th Astros outfielder in franchise history to make the All-Star Team...hit .255 (82x321) with 20 RBI and 28 stolen bases in the first-half to earn All-Star honors...on June 28 at MIL, went 4x6 with one homer, two doubles and a stolen base...tied his career-high in hits in a single game for the third time and for the first time since May 14, 2009 at COL...was ejected on May 8 vs. SD by first base umpire Alfonso Marquez for arguing a play at first base...was Houston's first ejection of 2010 and the second of Bourn's career, also ejected on Aug. 1, 2009 at STL by second base umpire Bill Hohn... made his 3rd consecutive Opening Day start for Houston in center field (2008-10)...was the first player to start three consecutive Opening Days at the position since Steve Finley did so in four seasons from 1991-94. 2009 Named the 2009 Astros Team MVP by the Houston Chapter of the BBWAA after hitting .285 (173x606) with a .354 on-base percentage in 157 games...also named a Rawlings Gold Glove outfielder...set career highs in nearly every offensive statistical category, including games, at-bats (606), runs (97), hits (173), doubles (27), triples (12), RBI (35), walks (63), stolen bases (61), batting average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage (.384)...led the NL with 61 stolen bases becoming just the second player in franchise history to lead the league in steals (also, Biggio, 39, in 1994)...in addition to leading the league in steals, Bourn ranked highly in the NL in several 'speed-related' categories, including infield hits (1st, 43), bunt hits (1st, 17) and triples (T-2nd, 12)...he was also the hardest player to double up in the NL, as he grounded into just one double play in 606 at-bats...improved his on-base percentage to .354 on the season, .066 points higher than his OBP in 2008 (.288)...this ranked as the most improved OBP from 2008 to 2009 in the Majors (Elias)...led the club and ranked fourth in the NL with a .353 (36x102) batting average with runners in scoring position...started 122 games as Houston's leadoff hitter... began the season hitting primarily second (20g) and eighth (8g) before moving into the leadoff spot full time on May 21... posted a career-long 11 game hitting streak from Aug. 21-Sept. 1...recorded multi-steal games in consecutive contests from Aug. 11-12 at FLA...became the first Astros player to do so since James Mouton stole two bases in back-to-back games from June 10-11, 1995...reached base safely via hit or walk in a career-long 25 consecutive games from Aug. 2-Sept. 1...ejected from a game for the first time in his career on Aug. 1 at STL after disputing an out call on a stolen base attempt of second (by first-base umpire Bill Hohn)...on July 11 vs. WSH recorded his first career three-steal game...recorded two outfield assists on July 10 vs. WSH becoming the third Astros center fielder since 2000 to record two assists in a single game...finished his campaign with a 71-game and a 284 at-bat homerless streak...is the longest of such a streak by an Astros player since Orlando Palmeiro played in 229 games (331 at-bats) without hitting a homer from July 10, 2005 through the 2007 season... matched his career high by recording four hits on May 14 at COL...hit three singles, one double and recorded two steals, including a steal of home...marked his first four-hit game since July 27, 2007 vs. PIT...started his second straight Opening Day as the Astros center fielder on April 6 vs. CHC. 2008 Hit .229 (107x467) with 41 stolen bases in 138 games with Houston...set career highs in most offensive categories, including runs scored (57), doubles (10), triples (4), home runs (5), RBI (29) and stolen bases (41)...hit .292 (21x72) in 21 games while batting second in the lineup and .212 (63x297) in 70 games out of the leadoff spot...finished the season ranking fourth in the National League and seventh in the Majors with 41 stolen bases...was the first Astro since Gerald Young (1988) to record 32- or-more steals in the first half...recorded 18 consecutive successful steal attempts to begin 2008 and 21 dating back to July 26, 2007...his streak of 18 consecutive is the second longest in club history (28, Carlos Beltran, 2004)...set a career high with four RBI on Aug. 10 vs. CIN...later matched that total with four RBI on Sept. 25 vs. CIN...had seven two-steal games in 2008...posted a career-high hitting streak of six games twice in 2008, most recently from July 21-30...did not start in 10 consecutive games from July 27 to Aug. 6 because of a right ankle sprain...homered on May 3 as part of back-to-back home runs with Brandon Backe...marked the first time in franchise history since June 14, 1983, that a pitcher was involved in a backto- back home run combination (Doran, Knepper)...became just the third player in MLB history to steal 13 bases without being caught before the end of April...went 1x3 with two steals on Opening Day on March 31 at SD...marked the franchise's second two-steal game on Opening Day (Bill Doran, April 8, 1986 vs. SF). 2007 In his first full season in the big leagues, hit .277 (33x119) with one home run, three triples and six RBI...appeared at all three outfield positions (LF-79, CF-12, RF-6), playing the majority of his games in left field...started six games in left field, six in center field and three in right field...stole 18 bases in 19 attempts, including his first 15 without being caught...made his first career start on May 23 at FLA (LF), in his 53rd career game...slugged his first Major League HR on July 15 vs STL (Andy Cavazos)...went 4x4 with career-high four singles on July 27 vs. PIT... left the game on July 30 at CHI after running for a fly ball and tripping over the bullpen mound...placed on the 15-day Disabled List on July 31 with a sprained left ankle...activated from the DL on Sept. 10...hit .324 (12x37) in the second-half...hit .353 (6x17) in six games in the leadoff spot...appeared in two games during the 2007 NLDS vs. COL...pinch-ran in Game 1 but was erased on a double-play...in Game 2, he grounded out as a pinch-hitter. 2006 Won the Paul Owens Award as the best position player in the Phillies minor league system...Led all Phillies minor leaguers in SB (45) and 3B (13)...Began the season with Reading (AA) and finished 5th in the Eastern League in SB (30) and SB % (88%)...Stole 14 straight bases to begin the season...Named to the EL All-Star team for the 2nd straight year... Went 2-for-3 with a grand slam and a season-high 4 RBI, 6/22 vs Erie... Had 20 infield hits with Reading... Promoted to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (AAA) on 7/4... At the time of his recall, was leading the EL in runs, ranked 2nd in triples and 3rd in hits and stolen bases... Batted .417 (15-36), 2B, 3 3B, 5 RBI, 7 R in his first 9 games with Scranton... Had a season-best 15-game hit streak, 7/17-8/1 (.310, 18-58, 14 R)... Recalled on 7/30 and made his ML debut that night vs FLA (0-1) before being optioned back the next day... Hit .330 (31-94) in July with Scranton... Recalled for a 2nd time on 8/22 and optioned back that same day... Selected for the USA Olympic qualifying team...Hit .250 (6-24), 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI in 9 games...Slugged 2 HR in Team USA's 8-5 gold medal-winning decision over Cuba...Recalled for the 3rd and final time on 9/7...Got his 1st ML stolen base, 9/19 vs CHI...Collected his 1st ML hit - a bunt single - 9/27 at WSH (Jason Bergmann)...Named to the EL Baseball Writers Association in-season all-star team. 2005 Played for Double A Reading...named to Eastern League midseason All-Star team...named the Most Exciting Player in the EL by Baseball America...named Phillies Minor League Player of the Month for June (.325, 4 2B, 3 3B, 3 HR, 12 RBI)...led all EL outfielders with a .997 fielding percentage (1 E in 332 TC), 21 assists and nine DP...played in Arizona Fall League. 2004 Spent entire season with Single A Lakewood...set franchise records in triples (14) and a South Atlantic League-leading OBP (.433)...led entire Phillies organization in stolen bases (57)...named Phillies Minor League Player of the Month for August (.355, 38-107, 2 HR, 10 RBI)...named Phillies Minor League Player of the Week twice, July 5-11 (.526, 10-19, 4 3B, 6 RBI, 8 R) and Aug. 23-29 (.433, 13-30, 3 RBI, 8 R, 5 SB)...rated the fifth-best prospect in the Phillies minor league system by Baseball America...played in the Florida Instructional League. 2003 Made pro debut with Class A Batavia...played in the FIL...rated the seventh-best prospect in the Phillies minor league system by Baseball America.