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Geronimo Berroa MLB Career Stats

2506 .276 101 382 19 .798

Geronimo Berroa Bio

  • Full Name: Geronimo Emiliano Berroa
  • Nickname: The Chief
  • Born: 3/18/1965 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Debut: 4/5/1989
  • Last Game: 5/30/2000
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MLB Career Stats 2506 379 692 101 382 19 .276 .349 .798


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Geronimo Berroa Stats

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Geronimo Berroa Advanced Stats

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Geronimo Berroa Statcast Events


Geronimo Berroa Awards

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
05/14/1995 Oakland AL
08/18/1996 Oakland AL

Geronimo Berroa Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
1994 .306 23rd in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
1996 36 13th in AL
1997 26 24th in AL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
1995 88 21st in AL
1996 106 21st in AL
1997 90 25th in AL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
1997 .369 25th in AL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
1996 .532 17th in AL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
1995 87 18th in AL
1996 101 21st in AL


Season BB Rank
1997 76 16th in AL


Season H Rank
1995 152 19th in AL
1996 170 22nd in AL

Games Played

Season G Rank
1995 141 14th in AL
1996 153 24th in AL
1997 156 13th in AL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
1995 546 13th in AL
1996 586 18th in AL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
1995 616 18th in AL
1997 648 25th in AL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
1995 246 22nd in AL
1996 312 11th in AL


Season SO Rank
1995 98 18th in AL
1996 122 17th in AL
1997 120 16th in AL

Geronimo Emiliano Berroa Bio Info

Geronimo Emiliano Berroa...wifiebs name is Miosoty and they have two sons, Geronimo, Jr. (7/8/91) and Michael (6/29/86) is pronounces her-ON-i-mo bur-OH-uh...originally signed by Epy Guerrero. 2000 Contract purchased from Triple-A Albuquerque on April 7...batted .258 (8x31) with a triple and five RBI in 24 games before suffering a stress fracture on his left foot which caused him to miss the majority of the season... placed on the 15-day disabled list on June 3 and transferred to the 60- day DL on July 28...played LF, RF and 1B in 2000. 1999 Batted .194 with a home run and six RBI in 22 games with the Toronto Blue Jays, spending much of the season on the disabled list...began the season with Toronto, but was placed on the 15-day disabled list on May 4 with a right knee injury...missed 37 games before being reinstated on June 16...went back on the disabled list July 9 due to a strained left oblique muscle and eventually missed the remainder of the season, being transferred to the 60-day DL July 20. 1998 Split the season with Cleveland and Detroit...opened the season with the Indians and batted .200 with three doubles, a triple and three RBI in 20 games...on the disabled list from May 5-June 3 with a torn plantar fascia in his right foot...traded to Detroit on June 24 in exchange for right-handed pitcher Tim Worrell and minor league outfielder Dave Roberts...hit career home run number 100 on July 9 off Woody Williams of the Blue was his only home run of the season... 1997 Appeared in a career-high 156 games between the Oakland Athletics and Baltimore Orioles and batted .283 with 25 doubles, 26 home runs and 90 RBI...began the season with a bang, homering in three of the first four games for the Athletics...collected his 500th career hit on May 1 at Cleveland off Mike Jackson...his first 12 homers of the season were solo shots before slugging a three-run home run June 8 at Toronto...traded to the Orioles on June 27 for pitchers Jimmy Haynes and Mark Seaver...finished his Oakland career with a .293 batting average, equalling the highest in Abs history among players with 1,000 or more at bats...matched a career high with five RBI on July 17 vs. Boston...21 of his 26 homer runs were solo blasts... 1996 Set career highs in most offensive categories, highlighted by his 36 home runs and 106 RBI...was second on the Abs to Mark McGwire in home runs and RBI for the second consecutive season...led the team with career highs in at bats, hits and total bases and also had career highs in runs and doubles...his 312 total bases were the sixth most in Oakland history...entered the records books with three-homer games on May 22 at New York and Aug. 12 vs. Minnesota, becoming the 10th player (11 times) to have two three-homer games in one season and the first Athletic...collected his first career five-RBI game in the Aug. 12 game vs. Minnesota...batted .359 in June, which included a 12-game hitting streak from June 10-21 in which he batted .377 (20-for-53) with three home runs and nine RBI...hit his second career grand slam on June 27 at California...hit eight home runs in a six-game span from Aug. 12-16, including homering in four-straight games from Aug. 14-16 (DH)... 1995 Led the Abs in games played, runs and hits...began the season primarily as a designated hitter, but started 45 of the Abs last 57 games in right field...hit his first career multi-homer game on May 14 at Minnesota...hit first career grand slam on June 6 at New York off Mariano Rivera... 1994 Signed by Oakland as a minor league free agent...did not go more than two games without a hit all season...finished second on the club with a .333 batting average with runners in scoring position and with 15 multi-RBI games...suffered a strained right groin muscle on Aug. 1 at Kansas City and was on the disabled list the rest of the season... 1993 Spent most ot the season at Triple-A Edmonton...53 of his 107 hits were for extra bases...appeared in 14 games for the Marlins and batted .118... 1992 Spent most of the season at Triple-A Nashville where he was the team MVP...promoted to the major leagues and appeared in 13 games for the Cincinnati Reds...signed by Florida to a minor league contract on Dec. 9... 1991 Signed by Seattle as a free agent on Feb. 2, but was sold to Cleveland on March 28 and spent the entire season at Triple-A Colorado Springs...was selected as a Pacific Coast League All-Star as he finished third in total bases, fourth in extra-base hits, fifth in doubles and slugging percentage and tied for fifth in RBI...signed as a free agent by Cincinnati on October 31... 1990 Spent the season at Triple-A Richmond and had 80 RBI in 135 games before a late-season callup...hitless in seven games with the Braves... 1989 Spent the entire season in the major leagues with Atlanta...made his major league debut on April 5 at Houston, going 1-for-3 with an RBI...hit his first major league home run on June 7 vs. Los Angeles off Fernando Valenzuela ... 1988 Spent the entire season at Triple-A Syracuse where he led the Chiefs in RBI...tied for the International League lead in doubles...selected by Atlanta on Dec. 5 in the Rule V Draft... 1987 Led the Double-A Southern league in total bases and was second in RBI, hits and slugging percentage while playing for Knoxville...finished third with 36 home runs...selected as the team MVP and was voted to the leaguebs postseason All-Star team...also selected to the Topps Double-A All-Star team... 1986 Led Single-A Ventura in home runs and total bases and was named to the California League All-Star team...promoted to Knoxville for one game at the end of the season... 1985 Batted a combined .316 for Single-A Kinston and Florence, as well as Rookie level Medicine Hat...named the Medicine Hat team MVP and was selected to Baseball Americabs Pioneer League All-Star team...led the Pioneer League in doubles, was fourth in slugging and tied for sixth in average.. 1984 Began his professional career playing for the Blue Jays' Short-season A entry in the Gulf Coast League...32 percent of his hits were for extra bases. 2004