|Estadísticas de por vida en MLB||137||13||23||3||11||0||.168||.215||.463|
Padres Minor League catcher Austin Hedges has a hamate fracture in his left hand that will require surgery, manager Andy Green said Tuesday.
Manager Andy Green didn't announce any roster moves during his pregame media session Saturday, but he managed to add some clarity to the wide-open battle for the Padres' available bench spots.
|9 de junio de 2016||El Paso Chihuahuas activan a C Austin Hedges de la 7-día lista de deshabilitado.|
|23 de abril de 2016||El Paso Chihuahuas ponen a C Austin Hedges on the 7-día lista de deshabilitado.|
|3 de abril de 2016||San Diego Padres opcionado C Austin Hedges para El Paso Chihuahuas.|
|4 de mayo de 2015||San Diego Padres seleccionado el contrato de C Austin Hedges de El Paso Chihuahuas.|
|4 de abril de 2015||C Austin Hedges asignado a El Paso Chihuahuas de San Antonio Missions.|
|26 de enero de 2015||San Diego Padres invitado fuera del roster C Austin Hedges para spring training.|
|23 de enero de 2014||San Diego Padres invitado fuera del roster C Austin Hedges para spring training.|
|1 de agosto de 2013||C Austin Hedges asignado a San Antonio Missions de Lake Elsinore Storm.|
|31 de julio de 2013|
|31 de julio de 2013||C Austin Hedges asignado a San Antonio Missions de Lake Elsinore Storm.|
|31 de julio de 2013||Austin Hedges asignado a Lake Elsinore Storm.|
|31 de julio de 2013|
|15 de julio de 2013||Austin Hedges estado en la lista cambian a por Lake Elsinore Storm.|
|13 de julio de 2013||Lake Elsinore Storm ponen a C Austin Hedges en la lista de inactivos temporalmente.|
|2 de junio de 2013||Lake Elsinore Storm activan a C Austin Hedges de la 7-día lista de deshabilitado.|
|8 de mayo de 2013||Lake Elsinore Storm ponen a C Austin Hedges en la 7-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al May 6, 2013.|
|2 de abril de 2013||C Austin Hedges asignado a Lake Elsinore Storm de Fort Wayne TinCaps.|
|7 de enero de 2013||San Diego Padres invitado fuera del roster C Austin Hedges para spring training.|
|26 de abril de 2012||Austin Hedges estado en la lista cambian a por Fort Wayne TinCaps.|
|16 de abril de 2012||Fort Wayne TinCaps ponen a C Austin Hedges en la 7-día lista de deshabilitado.|
|31 de marzo de 2012||C Austin Hedges asignado a Fort Wayne TinCaps de Eugene Emeralds.|
|22 de marzo de 2012||C Austin Hedges asignado a San Diego Padres.|
|30 de agosto de 2011||Austin Hedges asignado a Eugene Emeralds de AZL Padres.|
|23 de agosto de 2011||Austin Hedges asignado a AZL Padres.|
|15 de agosto de 2011||San Diego Padres firmado C Austin Hedges.|
Austin Charles Hedges…graduated from Junipero Serra High School (CA)…rated as the second-best catching
prospect and 12th-best position player prospect in the 2011 Draft Class by Baseball America…signed by Padres' scout Josh Emmerick.
Made his Major League debut in 2015, playing in 56 games total for San Diego, including 41 starts behind the plate...Began the year with Triple-AEl Paso, playing in 21 games having his contract selected on 5/4 for his first career call-up, after hitting .324 in 21 games for the Chihuahuas…spent the remainder of the season with the Big League club....His .324 average with El Paso at the time of his call-up ranked fourth-best among catchers in the Pacific Coast League, while his .914 OPS for El Paso ranked third-best among PCL catchers....Made his Major League debut the day of his call-up, on 5/4, with a pinch-hit appearance against the Giants at AT&T Park....In his second game on 5/6 at SF, made his first career start behind the plate with Ian Kennedy pitching, and collected his first career hit while catching all nine innings of the Padres 9-1 victory that day....Hit his first career home run on 6/16 vs. OAK in the Padres 6-5 loss…at 22 years, 302 days old that day, was the fourth-youngest catcher in Padres history to hit a home run....While behind the plate tossed out 15 of 48 attempted base stealers (31.3%)....Padres pitchers pitched to a 3.85 ERA (150 ER, 350.2 IP) with him behind the plate, the third-best catcher ERA among rookie catchers in the Majors in 2015 (minimum 300 innings caught) and third-best ever by a Padres rookie catcher (minimum 300 innings caught)....Of his 41 starts behind the plate, the majority came with Tyson Ross on the mound with 17 starts with Ross....With runners in scoring position he hit .259 (7-27) for San Diego....Rated by Baseball America as the No. 4 prospect in the Padres organization heading into the season....Rated by MLB.com as the fourth-best catching prospect in all of baseball heading into the season....Following the season, played in 21 games for Leones del Escogido in the Dominican Winter League, hitting .236 (17-for-72) with three home runs and five RBI.2014
Spent the entire season with Double-A San Antonio, playing in a career-high 113 games....Enjoyed his best month of the season in May, hitting .286 (26-for-91) with 10 doubles, three home runs and 14 RBI in 25 games....Started 104 games behind the plate, posting a .985 fielding percentage (15 errors in 1,005 total chances)....Tossed out 50 of 131 attempted base stealers (38.2 %).2013
Split his season between Single-A Lake Elsinore and Double-A San Antonio, spending a majority of the year with the Storm...Began the season with Lake Elsinore, playing in 66 games with the Storm before being promoted to San Antonio on August 1...Selected to the roster of the US Team in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game...Ranked second on the Storm with 22 doubles...Won the 2013 Captain's Catcher's Award, honoring the most outstanding catcher in the minors...Played for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League following the season and was a Fall Stars Game selection...Enters 2014 as the No. 24 prospect in baseball according to MLB.com.2012
Spent his fi rst full professional season with Single-A Fort Wayne, hitting .279 (94-for-337) with 28 doubles,
10 home runs and 56 RBI in 96 games for the TinCaps...Honored as a Midwest League mid-season and post-season All-Star...Hit .286 (8-for-28) over his fi rst nine games before landing on the seven-day DL on April 18...Reinstated from the DL on April 26 and hit .278 (86-for-309) throughout the rest of the season...Led all Midwest League catchers in doubles (28) and RBI (56) and ranked fourth in home runs (10)...Posted a .986 fielding percentage in 94 games at catcher, 93 starts…committed 12 errors in 863 total chances…tossed out 47 of 149 attempted base stealers, 31.5 %...Named the No. 7 prospect in the Midwest League by Baseball America following the season...Named the No. 6 prospect as well as the best defensive catcher in the Padres organization by Baseball America prior to the start of the season.
In his first professional season played in just nine games between Rookie-Level Peoria and Short-Season
Eugene after signing as a second-round selection in the Draft...Saw his first professional action with Peoria in the Arizona Summer League, hitting .313 (5-for-16) with a home run and four RBI in fi ve games...Played in just four games with Short-Season Eugene to end the year...Named the best defensive catcher in the Padres organization by Baseball America following the season.