|Últimos 5 Años||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2015 Stats de la Postemporada||2||0||0||0||0||0||.000||.333||.333|
|Stats de por vida en Postemporada||2||0||0||0||0||0||.000||.333||.333|
|Estadísticas de por vida en MLB||300||35||73||13||33||0||.243||.297||.734|
|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)|
Astros outfielder Preston Tucker finished the 2015 regular season with a .243 average, 13 home runs, 33 RBIs and 35 runs scored.
Back from a 10-day stint at Triple-A Fresno, Preston Tucker joined the Astros on Wednesday as the club's fourth September callup, playing left field and batting seventh in his first game back in Houston.
|2 de septiembre de 2015||Houston Astros llamado Preston Tucker de Fresno Grizzlies.|
|23 de agosto de 2015||Houston Astros opcionado LF Preston Tucker para Fresno Grizzlies.|
|7 de mayo de 2015||Houston Astros seleccionado el contrato de Preston Tucker de Fresno Grizzlies.|
|13 de enero de 2015||Houston Astros invitado fuera del roster LF Preston Tucker para spring training.|
|12 de junio de 2014||Preston Tucker asignado a Oklahoma City RedHawks de Corpus Christi Hooks.|
|14 de enero de 2014||Houston Astros invitado fuera del roster RF Preston Tucker para spring training.|
|26 de junio de 2013||OF Preston Tucker asignado a Corpus Christi Hooks de Lancaster JetHawks.|
|1 de abril de 2013||Preston Tucker asignado a Lancaster JetHawks de Tri-City ValleyCats.|
|28 de marzo de 2013||OF Preston Tucker asignado a Houston Astros.|
|18 de julio de 2012||Preston Tucker asignado a Tri-City ValleyCats.|
|13 de julio de 2012||Houston Astros firmado OF Preston Tucker.|
Graduated from Henry B. Plant HS in Tampa...was an honorable mention Louisville Slugger All-American during his senior season after batting .468 with nine HR and 46 RBI...was a member of the National Honor Society...Went on to attend the University of Florida where he set many school records, including hits (341), at-bats (1,035), doubles (70) and RBI (258)...ranks second in school history in homers (57)...is the only player in Gators history to earn Regional All-Tournament honors during all four years of his career...is also the only Gator to be named the Most Outstanding Player of two different NCAA Regional Tournaments (2009, 2011)...is the school's all-time leader in NCAA Tournament hits (46), RBI (31), runs (29), HR (11) and doubles (10)...Earned First-Team Freshman All-American honors in 2009, becoming the first player in school history to earn the NCBWA Freshman Hitter of the Year Award...took home the Gators' Triple Crown by hitting .364 with 15 homers and a school-record 85 RBI that year...also led the squad in slugging (.628)...Was drafted by Colorado in the 16th round of the 2011 draft but opted to return to school...Hit .321 with 16 HR, 17 doubles and 50 RBI during his senior season...named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll and received First Team All-SEC honors for the first time in his career...Selected by Houston in the seventh round of the June 2012 draft...signed by Astros scout John Martin.2013
In what was his first full professional season, combined to hit .297 (159x535) with 32 doubles, 25 homers, 103 RBI, 56 walks and a .368 OBP in 135 games between Class A Advanced Lancaster (75g) and Double A Corpus Christi (60g)...ranked tied for seventh in all of minor league baseball in RBI and tied for 14th in hits...was a California League Midseason All-Star...named the California League Player of the Week for the week of May 27-June 3...named Lancaster Player of the Month for May...promoted to Double A on June 26 and hit .183 with three homers over his first 15 games at the level...went on to hit .288 with seven homers, a .370 on-base percentage and a .475 slugging percentage over his final 45 games of the season...at the time of his promotion to Double A, led the California League in total bases (162) and RBI (74), ranked second in hits (97), third in runs (61), fourth in average (.326), and tied for fifth in homers (15)...became the first player in the minor leagues to reach 70 RBI on the season after hitting two three-run homers on June 23 vs. Rancho Cucamonga.2012
Hit .321 (53x165) with eight homers and 38 RBI in 42 games with Class A Short Season Tri-City after getting drafted by Houston...received New York-Penn League Player of the Week honors twice (Aug. 6-13 and Aug. 20-27)...named Tri-City's Offensive Player of the Month for August.