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Kimera Bartee MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.216 4 33 36 .580

Kimera Bartee Bio

  • Full Name: Kimera Anotchi Bartee
  • Born: 7/21/1972 in Omaha, NE
  • Draft: 1993, Baltimore Orioles, 14th rd. (399th overall)
  • College: Creighton
  • Debut: 4/3/1996
  • Last Game: 8/3/2001
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 416 69 90 4 33 36 .216 .282 .580

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1996 20 14th in AL

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1996 10 5th in AL

Kimera Anotchi Bartee Bio Info

Kimera has seen major league action with Detroit (1996-1999), Cincinnati (2000) and Colorado (2001), appearing in 243 games. * graduated from Central High School in Omaha, NE, in 1990. * attended Creighton University, where he played for Jim Hendry -- now the Cubs' vice president of player personnel. * was a two-time member of the all-Missouri Valley Conference team. * played in the 1991 College World Series. * his brother, Khareth, was an outfielder in Kansas City's minor league system in 2000. 2001 Kimera played for four teams during the season -- including a 12-game stint with Colorado. * opened the year on Anaheim's disabled list ... went on the injury list during spring training with a lower back disc hernia. * after rehab stints at Rancho Cucamonga (A) and Salt Lake (AAA), he was reinstated to the active list June 4 and outrighted to Salt Lake. * in 40 total games for Salt Lake, he batted .275 with 3 homers and 27 RBI. * was traded to the Rockies July 13 ... joined the club the next day, starting in leftfield against Texas. * played in 9 games in leftfield (2 starts) and 2 games in centerfield (1 start). * after going 0-for-15 with 1 RBI, his contract was outrighted to Colorado Springs (AAA) August 8 ... saw action in 24 games for that club. 2000 Kimera spent his lone season in Cincinnati's organization, playing in 11 games for the Reds and in 119 for Louisville (AAA). * at Louisville, he batted .298 with 28 steals, 8 homers and 48 RBI ... committed just 2 errors in the outfield. * went 0-for-4 after joining the Reds in September. 1999 Began the campaign with Toledo (AAA), where he hit .286 with 12 homers and 21 steals. * was recalled by Detroit August 3 and appeared in 41 games -- including 20 starts in centerfield. 1998 Had four stints on Detroit's roster, playing in 57 games ... also appeared in 51 contests for Toledo (AAA). * was 4-for-7 as a pinch hitter for the Tigers, hitting his first major league pinch homer April 21 off Boston's Brian Shouse. * had a career-high 4 RBI June 16 vs. Minnesota, hitting a 2-run homer off Dan Serafini and adding a 2-run single. 1997 Saw action with both the Tigers and Toledo (AAA), appearing in 148 games. * stole an International League-high 33 bases at Toledo ... led league outfielders in putouts (336) and total chances (341). * was named by Baseball America as the league's fastest baserunner and best defensive outfielder. * joined the Tigers in September ... stole 3 bases in 12 gam 1996 Spent the season on Detroit's roster ... had been selected by Baltimore in the December 1995 Rule 5 draft, but was claimed off waivers by the Tigers during spring training. * batted .253 in 110 games in his first M.L. action ... led the Tigers in both stolen bases (20) and sacrifice bunts (13). * made his M.L. debut April 3 at Minnesota. * recorded his first hit April 20 -- a single off California's Jason Grimsley. * hit his first home run August 24 off Kansas City's Jose Rosado. * during a 6-game hitting streak June 8-June 22, he went 12-for-20 with a pair of 3-hit affairs. 1995 Saw action with three Baltimore farm teams -- Gulf Coast (Rookie), Bowie (AA) and Rochester (AAA) -- playing in 73 total contests ... missed over two months of the season after breaking the fourth metacarpal bone in his left hand while diving for a ball in June. * after the season, he was traded to Minnesota's organization. 1994 Was a Carolina League all-star at Frederick (A), where he batted .292 with 10 homers, 57 RBI and 44 stolen bases. * was 8th in the league in batting average ... ranked 2nd in hits (150), runs scored (97) and steals. * led league outfielders in putouts (304) and total chances (317). 1993 Began his pro career with Baltimore's Bluefield (Rookie) team, batting .246 with an Appalachian League-high 27 stolen bases.