Jeff Conine

Jeff Conine #19

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  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 1" /225

Jeff Conine MLB Career Stats

6957 .285 214 1071 54 .789

Jeff Conine Bio

  • Full Name: Jeffrey Guy Conine
  • Nickname: Mr. Marlin
  • Born: 6/27/1966 in Tacoma, WA
  • Draft: 1987, Kansas City Royals, 58th rd. (1225th overall)
  • College: UCLA
  • Debut: 9/16/1990
  • Last Game: 9/30/2007
  • Relationship(s): father of Griffin Conine
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MLB Career Stats 6957 870 1982 214 1071 54 .285 .347 .789


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Jeff Conine Stats

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Jeff Conine Advanced Stats

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Jeff Conine Statcast Events


Jeff Conine Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
1997 Florida NL
2003 Florida NL

All-Star MVP

Year Team League
1995 Florida NL

NL All-Star

Year Team League
1994 Florida NL
1995 Florida NL

NL Player of the Month

Month Team League
06/1995 Florida NL

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/02/2002 Baltimore AL

Jeff Conine Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
1994 .319 10th in NL
1995 .302 13th in NL
1996 .293 25th in NL
2001 .311 10th in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
1994 18 18th in NL
1995 25 14th in NL
1996 26 23rd in NL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
1994 82 8th in NL
1995 105 4th in NL
1996 95 21st in NL
2001 97 23rd in AL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
1994 .898 13th in NL
1995 .899 10th in NL
1996 .844 22nd in NL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
1994 .373 18th in NL
1995 .379 16th in NL
1996 .360 22nd in NL
2001 .386 12th in AL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
1994 .525 15th in NL
1995 .520 9th in NL
1996 .484 24th in NL


Season BB Rank
1995 66 14th in NL
1996 62 23rd in NL
2001 64 24th in AL


Season H Rank
1993 174 13th in NL
1994 144 5th in NL
1995 146 24th in NL
1996 175 20th in NL
2001 163 24th in AL


Season 2B Rank
1994 27 12th in NL
1996 32 23rd in NL
2004 35 22nd in NL


Season 3B Rank
1994 6 6th in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
1993 162 1st in NL
1994 115 2nd in NL
1996 157 14th in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
1993 595 13th in NL
1994 451 3rd in NL
1996 597 18th in NL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
1993 658 15th in NL
1994 496 6th in NL
1995 562 24th in NL
1996 670 21st in NL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
1994 237 9th in NL
1995 251 17th in NL
1996 289 22nd in NL


Season SO Rank
1993 135 2nd in NL
1994 92 7th in NL
1995 94 18th in NL
1996 121 11th in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2001 8 19th in AL
2004 5 25th in NL

Jeffrey Guy Conine Bio Info

In 1984 graduated from Eisenhower High School in Rialto, California...from 1985-87 pitched at UCLA and in his 3 seasons there went 5-4, 6.06 with 2 a world class racquetball player...won the 1985 Junior National Championships and has participated in several professional racquetball tournaments... at the 1993 U.S. Racquetball Doubles Championships in Phoenix finished third with his wife, Cindy, as his the 1999 U.S. National Doubles Racquetball Championships in Baltimore, Jeff and Cindy won the 25-and-over mixed doubles title, while Jeff placed second with partner Steve Lerner in the men's 30-and-over division finals...Cindy is a 2-time national doubles champion and won the silver medal in women's doubles at the 1993 U.S. Olympic Festival in San Antonio...Jeff and Cindy are co-founders of the Conine All-Star Classic, a celebrity golf tournament that raises money for the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital in Hollywood, November 2003 the hospital honored Jeff and Cindy by dedicating "Conine's Clubhouse," a 24-hour facility to accommodate families whose children are patients in the active in fundraisers for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation...was the Orioles' 2002 Roberto Clemente Award nominee for his contributions to his community. Hansen. 2007 Hit .367 (11-30) as a pinch-hitter, the second highest batting average in the majors, behind So Taguchi (.406)...Made his first start in leftfield with New York on August 25th vs. Los Angeles...Went 1-2, with an RBI double and a walk...Made his Mets debut on August 22nd vs. San Diego and delivered a pinch-hit RBI single...Appeared in 11 games (seven starts) at first base, two games (one start) in leftfield and one game (no starts) in rightfield for the Mets...Batted .288 (17-59) with runners in scoring position with the Mets and Reds...Acquired by the Mets on August 20th from Cincinnati in exchange for minor leaguers Jose Castro and Sean Henry...Batted .265 (57-215) with 23 runs scored, 11 doubles, one triple, six home runs, 32 RBI and four stolen bases in 80 games with the Reds...Made 50 starts at first...Has constructed a .289 (37-128) batting average with three home runs and 22 RBI as a pinch-hitter. 2006 Combined to hit .268 with 10hr and 66rbi in 142g for the Orioles and Phillies...began the season in Bal and appeared in 114g there before he was traded to Phi on 8/ 28g during the National League East pennant race hit .280 with 17rbi for the Phillies...hit safely in 15 of his 21 starts for Phi, including 8 straight starts from 9/13-9/26...during a 13-game stretch from 9/7-9/23 hit .362 with his last 52g for the O's prior to the trade hit .302...for Bal made 53 starts in LF and 47 at 1B, but also appeared in 1g at 3B and 1g in RF...recorded his 200th career home run on 4/16 vs LAA and his 1,000th RBI on 7/18 vs Oak... in 17 interleague games hit .320. 2005 For the Marlins hit .304 in 131g...batted at least .300 for the fourth time in his career...made 30 starts in LF, 22 starts at 1B, 21 starts in RF and 3 starts at DH...his .327 average after the All-Star break was 10thbest in the National League...his 10 pinch hits were second on the club to Lenny Harris' 19...had 27 multi-hit games. 2004 For the Marlins made 82 starts in LF and 56 starts at 1B...his 3 grand slams tied the Marlins' singleseason record (1997, Bobby Bonilla) and tied for most among all Major League players...hit .301 with RISP... hit .158 in his first 10g and .290 in his last 130g...with a 3-run HR on 8/21 became only the second player to reach 500 career RBI as a Marlin...joined Mike Lowell, who reached the milestone 5 days earlier...from 4/26-4/28 at Col went 9-for-14, tying his career high for hits in a 3-game series. 2003 Combined to hit .282 with 20hr and 95rbi in 149g for the Orioles and Marlins...led the Major Leagues with 13 sac flies...reached base safely in 123 of his 149 apps (83%)...began the season with the Orioles and hit .290 with 15hr and 80rbi in 124g as their everyday first baseman...appeared in 114 of Bal's first 116g, then missed 10g in August with bursitis in his right biceps muscle...on 8/7 vs Min collected his 1,500th career hit... was traded to Fla on 8/31 and for the second time in 6 seasons helped lead the Marlins to the World Series championship...the Marlins went 18-7 (.720) after he was acquired...during the September pennant race hit .364 (3hr, 10rbi) in 6g vs the National League East rival Phillies...during the playoffs hit safely in 14 of Fla's 17g, led the Marlins with a .367 average and tied for the team lead in hits (22) and walks (9)...produced an 8-game post-season hitting streak (.462)...threw out SF's J.T. Snow at the plate to end the NL Division Series...according to Elias Sports Bureau, for the first time in playoff history a series ended when the tying run was thrown out at the the NL Championship Series vs the Cubs hit his first career playoff HR (off Mike Remlinger). 2002 For the Orioles ranked fourth in the American League in sac flies (10)...was American League Player of the Week for 5/27-6/2 (.375, 5hr, 9rbi)...from 6/15-8/6 was on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring...suffered the injury running out a triple on 6/15 at Phi...after he was reinstated from the DL hit .296 in his last 71g of the season...from 5/29-6/2 homered in 4-5g, including 3 straight from 5/29-5/31...on 5/17 at TB hit his 150th career home run. 2001 Was named the Orioles' Most Valuable Player by the local media...led the club in htting (.311), RBI (97), runs scored (75) and multi-hit games (44)...ranked among the American League leaders in hitting with RISP (.400, 3rd), hitting with runners on base (.352, 5th) and overall batting average (.311, 10th)...reached base safely in 121 of his 139 apps (87%)...started games at DH, 1B, 3B, LF and RF...hit 2 of the club's 3 grand slams...on 8/19 at Bos produced his first career 5-hit game and his first career 2-steal game...from 5/10-5/30 had a career-high 14-game hitting streak (.426, 2hr, 15rbi). 2000 In his second season with the Orioles hit .284 in 119g...started games at 1B, 3B, RF, LF and DH...missed the last 18g of the season with a sprained left ankle...on 5/9 at Tor singled off Billy Koch for his 1,000th career hit...on 6/29 at Bos hit Bal's only pinch-hit homer of the season (off Lee Hang-Soon). 1999 Three days before opening day was traded from the Royals to the Orioles...led all American League pinch hitters in batting average (.360), on-base percentage (.407), hits (9) and total bases (16)...tied for the AL lead in pinch-hit RBI (8)...played 1B, LF and RF and made his first 4 career apps at 3B...beginning 5/2 hit .310 the rest of the season...had 35rbi in his last 45 apps of the season. 1998 Because of injuries appeared in only 93g...hit .319 with RISP...on 5/22 at Tex hit his 100th career home run (off John Wetteland). 1997 Appeared in 151g in helping the Marlins win their first World Series championship...on 4/17 vs StL hit a pinch-hit, walkoff HR off Mark Petkovsek...was his first career pinch-hit homer and his first career walkoff homer... on 8/28 at Chi entered the game as a defensive replacement but still tied career highs with 2hr and 5rbi. 1996 Collected 175 hits, surpassing his own Marlins team record of 174 (1993)...for the second straight season set franchise records for extra-base hits (60) and total bases (289)...ranked second on the club with 26 homers, a career high, and 95rbi...hit 8 homers in May, a club record. 1995 For the second straight season was a National League All-Star and the club's Most Valuable Player as voted by the local chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America...established club records with 105rbi, 53 extra-base hits and 251 total bases...was MVP of the All-Star Game after hitting the game-winning home run in the eighth inning off Oak's Steve Ontiveros...became the 10th player to homer in his first All-Star Game plate appearance and the first player selected in an expansion draft to win the MVP...led the National League with 12 sac flies and ranked among the leaders in RBI (T4th) and slugging percentage (.520, 9th)... was NL Player of the Month for June (.340, 6 2b, 9hr, 24rbi), the first Marlins player ever to win the monthly award...on 5/29 missed his first game for the Marlins, snapping his streak of 307 consecutive games played since the start of the franchise (291 starts)...was the longest appearance streak at the start of any expansion club in history. 1994 Was a National League All-Star and the club's Most Valuable Player as voted by the local chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America...led the club in batting average (.319), hits (144), doubles (27), triples (6), extra-base hits (51) and RBI (82)...ranked among the National League leaders in games (115, 2nd), hits (5th), multi-hit games (41, T5th), triples (6, T6th), RBI (8th), total bases (237, 9th) and batting average (.319, 10th)...did not go hitless in more than 2 consecutive starts all season...on 4/9 at SD produced 5rbi and his first career 2-homer game. 1993 Finished third in the National League Rookie of the Year voting...was named to the Baseball Digest and TOPPS All-Rookie teams...among all NL Rookies tied Mike Piazza for first in hits (174) and ranked second in hitting (.292), third in RBI (79) and T7th in home runs (12)...established an expansion team record by appearing in all 162g...led the Marlins in batting average, hits, total bases (240) and doubles (24)...ranked second on the club in RBI and third in HR...was Fla's Opening Day left fielder and went 4-for-4, matching KC's Lou Piniella (1969) for the best first day by an expansion team batter...his grand slam on 5/1 vs Col off David Nied was the first homer of his big league career. 1992 Was called up to Kansas City on 8/5 and appeared in 28 games...Went 1-for-3 with an RBI and a walk in his 1st big league game since September of 1990. 1991 Was hampered the entire 1991 season by left wrist problems...Had surgery performed on the hamate bone in his left wrist on 1/21 by Dr. Charles Rhoades...Underwent arthroscopic surgery on 12/16 to remove torn cartilage from the lateral side of the wrist. 1990 Made his Major League debut by walking as a pinch-hitter on 9/16, the same day he was called up by the Royals...Made his 1st start on 9/17 at Minnesota and collected his 1st hit off Larry Casian. 1989 Returned to Baseball City and led the team in home runs...Led the Southern League champion Memphis Chicks with a .320 average, 15 homers and 95 RBI in 1990...Voted the Royals Minor League Player of the Year, the S.L. Most Valuable Player and the league's 2nd best prospect behind Frank Thomas...Named the 1st baseman on the Southern League's All-Star team and to both the Topps/NAPBL and Baseball America's Double-A All-Star teams. 1988 Led Baseball City in hits, triples, home runs and RBI. 1987 Was selected by the Royals in the 58th round of the 1987 First Year Player Draft.