Carl Everett

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Carl Everett MLB Career Stats

.271 202 792 107 .802

Carl Everett Bio

  • Full Name: Carl Edward Everett
  • Nickname: C-Rex
  • Born: 6/3/1971 in Tampa, FL
  • Draft: 1990, New York Yankees, 1st rd. (10th overall)
  • High School: Hillsborough, Tampa, FL
  • Debut: July 1, 1993
  • Ret., Final Game: 7/25/2006
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MLB Career Stats 4809 707 1304 202 792 107 .271 .341 .802


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Carl Everett Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2005 Chi White Sox AL

AL All-Star

Year Team League
2000 Boston AL
2003 Chi White Sox AL

Home Run Derby Participant

Year Team League
2000 Boston AL

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
04/20/2003 Texas AL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
05/16/1999 Houston NL

Carl Everett Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
1999 .325 7th in NL
2000 .300 23rd in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2000 34 14th in AL
2003 28 19th in AL
2005 23 24th in AL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
1999 108 18th in NL
2000 108 17th in AL
2003 92 25th in AL
2005 87 23rd in AL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
1999 27 18th in NL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
1999 .969 10th in NL
2000 .959 10th in AL
2003 .876 18th in AL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
1999 .398 15th in NL
2003 .366 23rd in AL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
1999 .571 10th in NL
2000 .587 8th in AL
2003 .510 22nd in AL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
2003 93 19th in AL


Season SO Rank
2000 113 17th in AL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
1997 9 24th in NL
1998 12 5th in NL
1999 7 25th in NL
2005 5 25th in AL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
1997 7 21st in NL
1999 11 8th in NL
2000 8 12th in AL
2001 13 8th in AL
2003 15 6th in AL

Carl Edward Everett Bio Info

Carl Edward Everett...resides in Tampa...married Linda...has five children...graduated in 1990 from Hillsborough High School in Tampa, the same school that produced Major Leaguers Dwight Gooden and Gary Sheffield ...starred in baseball, football and track...rushed for 948 yards in 1989 and was a member of 4x100 relay team that captured Florida state title in 1988...was a member of the gold medal-winning 4x100 team at the 1988 Junior Olympics in Spokane Falls, Wash. 2005 Spent first full season with Chicago after spending part of 2003 and 2004 with the club... appeared in 107 games as the designated hitter (98x397/.247) for the eventual World Series Champion White Sox...Recorded 20-plus homers and 80-plus RBI for the fourth time in his career...increased his home run and RBI total from seven homers and 35 RBI in 2004 to 23 and 87 in 2005...averaged one RBI every 5.63 at-bat, 12th-best in the AL...ranked second on the Sox in RBI and third in home runs...Tied teammate Juan Uribe for second in the American League in sacrifice flies (10)...A total of 18 of his home runs came off right-handers...batted .265 (36x136) off left- handers (.233 in 2004) and .246 (87x354) off right-handers...His .265 mark vs. southpaws was his best since hitting .348 (46x132) in 2000...Hit .275 in the first half and .228 in the second...Made 14 starts in left field (.226, 12x53) and eight in right (.382, 13x34) ... did not commit an error (35 total chances)...Hit .282 with 8 home runs on the road and .217 with 15 homers at U.S. Cellular Field...Went 32x107 (.299) with runners in scoring position...was 35x150 (.233) after the sixth inning...ranked fifth in the AL with 20 RBI in April...Batted .198 (16x81) in May, but rebounded to hit .350 (21x60) in June...Drove in a run in six straight games from April 8-14...Homered in back-to-back games on April 17-18...Recorded his 17th career multi-homer game on April 18 vs. Minnesota ... matched his season high (fourth time) with three hits on July 6 vs. Tampa Bay...Homered with a season-high four RBI on Aug. 24 at Minnesota ... tripled in consecutive games on Sept. 28-29 at Detroit. 2004 Combined to hit .260 (73x281) with seven home runs and 35 RBI in 82 games between Montreal and White Sox ... made 78 starts (42 with Sox), including 44 at designated hitter (41 with Sox), 20 in left field (one with Sox) and 14 in right field ... was acquired by the Sox in a midseason trade for the second straight season, this time from Montreal on 7/18 with cash in exchange for pitchers Jon Rauch and Gary Majewski ... hit .266 (41x154) with five home runs and 21 RBI in 43 games with the Sox ... suffered a pulled left adductor on 9/8 at Texas and made just one appearance the rest of the season (9/22 vs. Minnesota) ... also was on the 15-day disabled list from 4/15-5/17 with a right shoulder contusion and torn labrum and from 5/30-6/16 with a sprained left ankle ... batted .272 (52x191) with all seven home runs vs. right-handers and .233 (21x90) vs. lefties ... hit .296 on the road, compared to .237 at home...went 19x62 (.306) with runners in scoring position and 4x7 (.571) with the bases loaded...was 19x40 (.475) when swinging at the first pitch ... batted .324 (12x37) in interleague play ... went 2x5 with home run, walk, RBI and two runs scored in his Sox debut on 7/19 at Texas ... missed three games with a strained lower left quad suffered on 7/30 ... hit .310 (27x87) with 14 RBI in 24 games from 8/9-9/7 ... was ejected by home plate umpire Doug Eddings on 8/21 vs. Boston for arguing balls and strikes ... recorded a season-high three hits on 8/25 at Detroit ... homered with a season- high four RBI on 8/26 vs. Cleveland ... suffered a bruised right thumb on 9/2 vs. Oakland and missed the next three games ... hit .252 (32x127) with two home runs and 14 RBI in 39 games with the Expos. 2003 Combined to hit .287 (151x526) with 28 home runs and 92 RBI in 147 games between Texas and the White Sox ... reached 20-plus homers and 90-plus RBI for the third time in his career ... was named to his second career All-Star Team (2000 with Boston), going 0-1 as a pinch-hitter on 7/15 at U.S. Cellular Field ... was acquired from the Rangers on 7/1 in exchange for two players to be named later and a conditional third player to be named later ... hit .301 (77x256) with 10 home runs and 41 RBI in 73 games with the Sox ... batted .311 (68x219) in the second half, including a .331 (60x181) average with nine home runs and 35 RBI over his final 52 games to raise his season average from .264 to .287 ... ranked among the American League leaders in hit by pitch (T6th, 15), average with men on base (8th, .336) and outfield assists (T9th, nine) ... hit a combined .329 (57x173) in August and September ... made 63 starts in center field, two in left field and three at designated hitter for the Sox ... Sox were 39-29 when he started ... hit .299 (116x388) with 24 home runs and 73 RBI left-handed and .254 (35x138) with four homers and 19 RBI right-handed ... batted .339 (41x121) with runners in scoring position and .309 (21x68) with runners in scoring position and two outs ... hit five home runs vs. Oakland ... recorded 100th career stolen base on 8/22 vs. Texas and 1,000th career hit on 8/17 at Texas ... matched his career high (16 times) with four hits on three occasions (last, 9/27 at Kansas City) ... was 4-4 with a home run and three RBI on 8/28 at New York ... recorded a season-high five RBI on 8/1 at Seattle ... made Sox debut on 7/2 vs. Minnesota, going 0-4 ... received consideration for AL Player of the Month for April after hitting .333 (28x84) with nine home runs, 20 RBI, a .549 on-base and .927 slugging percentage ... average dropped to .281 (27x96) in May and .211 (19x90) in June ... homered in four straight games from 4/16-20. 2002 Ranked fourth for Texas with 62 RBI and fifth with 16 home runs despite appearing in just 105 games due to injuries ... made 38 starts in right field, 25 in center, 17 in left and 16 as the designated hitter ... was slowed early in season from effects of right knee surgery on 12/28/01 to remove torn cartilage ... hit .173 (18x104) with five homers and 16 RBI in first 28 games ... was on the 15-day disabled list from 5/5-21 with a strained right calf ... hit .268 (11x41) with two RBI in 10 games before returning to disabled list on 6/4 with strained left hamstring ... was reinstated on 7/2 and batted .177 (11x62) in his first 22 games back ... homered twice in the seventh inning on 7/26 vs. Oakland, becoming first Rangers player and 18th player in AL history to accomplish the feat ... season average was at .193 through 7/31 but hit .359 (60x167) over final 44 games ... hit safely in 11 straight games from 8/1-14 ... hit two home runs with seven RBI on 8/1 vs. Boston ... hit three-run homer in first inning and eighth career grand slam in the second for most RBI ever by a Rangers designated hitter ... tied career high with four hits on 8/27 vs. Baltimore. 2001 Became the first player to lead Boston in steals in back-to-back seasons since Ellis Burks from 1987-90 ... ranked 10th in the AL with a .330 (65x197) average with runners on base ... started 83 games in center field, nine in right and seven as the designated hitter ... became first Red Sox player since Dwight Evans in 1984-85 to homer in consecutive home openers on 4/6 vs. Tampa Bay ... hit grand slams on 4/24 vs. Minnesota and 4/27 vs. Kansas City ... injured right knee while attempting diving catch on 6/21 at Tampa Bay ... was disabled from 6/28-7/27 with right knee sprain ... ended Mike Mussina's bid for perfect game with a two-out, pinch single in bottom of the ninth on 9/2 vs. New York ... continued to be plagued by right knee problems and played in final game on 9/8. 2000 Was eighth in the AL with a .587 slugging percentage in first season with Boston ... set career highs with 34 home runs and 108 RBI ... was named to All-Star Team and in left field in place of injured Manny Ramirez, going 0-2 with a walk and RBI ... homered every 14.6 at-bats, ninth-best in the AL ... led Red Sox in home runs, RBI, stolen bases (11) and hit-by-pitch (eight) and was second in runs scored (82), hits (149), total bases (career-high 291) and doubles (32) ... 34 homers were most by Red Sox outfielder since Tony Armas in 1984 (43) ... hit 20 home runs in first 49 games through 6/5, becoming fastest player in club history to reach that mark, eclipsing Jose Canseco (51 games in 1996) and Ted Williams in 1950 (52 games) ... homered from both sides of plate on 4/11 vs. Minnesota, the third Boston player in history with two homers in first home game with club ... hit .358 with seven home runs and 28 RBI in April, including a pair of eight-game hitting streaks ... homered in six straight home games from 5/25-6/16 ... tied for sixth in AL with 11 outfield assists ... served 10-game suspension from 7/25-8/4 for bumping umpire Ron Kulpa on 7/15 vs. the Mets ... missed nine games from 9/18-25 with strained left quadriceps and final five games of season with strained tendon in left ankle. 1999 Set career highs in average (.325), runs scored (86) and hits (151) with Houston ... ranked seventh in the National League in average and 10th with a .571 slugging percentage ... averaged one RBI every 4.3 at-bats, third-best in the NL ... named NL Player of the Week for 5/10-16 ... hit inside-the-park home run on 7/2 at Cincinnati ... homered in career-best four straight games from 8/20-24 ... assembled career-high, 12-game hitting streak from 7/4-8/9 ... was on the disabled list from 7/12-8/5 with strained right hamstring. 1998 His a career-high 34 doubles in his first season in Houston ... became Astros regular center fielder at end of May ... led club with 12 outfield assists ... batted .346 in June. 1997 Played in career-high 142 games with the Mets, starting 54 games in center field, 42 in right and five in left ... hit .404 (40x99) in 27 games from 6/6-7/10. 1996 Spent first full season in Major Leagues, playing in 101 games with the Mets. 1995 Spent middle part of season at Class AAA Norfolk , batting .300 in 67 games to earn promotion...began season with Mets but was optioned to Class AAA Norfolk on 5/15 after batting .193 ... was recalled on 7/25 after hitting .300 in 67 games ... hit .276 (64x232) with nine home runs and 42 RBI in 62 games with Mets rest of season. 1994 Appeared in 16 games over two stints with the Marlins ... was with club from 5/10-26 ... hit first major-league home run on 5/22 vs. St. Louis's Allen Watson ... was recalled second time on 7/15 but was placed on disabled list on 7/23 with strained rib cage muscle ... missed rest of season...hit .336 in 78 games at Class AAA Edmonton. 1993 Selected by Florida in second round (27th overall) of expansion draft on 11/17/92... recalled by Florida on 6/30 and made major-league debut on 7/1 vs. New York as defensive replacement...collected first hit (single) off John Smoltz on 7/4 at Atlanta...was optioned to triple-A Edmonton on 7/18...began season at Class A High Desert...named Marlins Minor League Player of the Month for May after hitting .325 with eight home runs and 32 RBI. 1992 Named by Baseball America as the Best Defensive Outfielder in the Florida State League at Class A Fort Lauderdale ... promoted to Class A Winston-Salem in late August ... was named Carolina League Player of the Week for 8/23-29 after hitting .318 with four home runs and nine RBI. 1991 Led Class A Greensboro in runs scored (97) and ranked second in steals (28) ... led South Atlantic League in hit-by-pitch with 23. 1990 Led Gulf Coast Yankees in triples (five) and stolen bases (15) after being selected in the first round (10th overall) of the draft.