Brad Fullmer #20

  • DH
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 0"/220

Brad Fullmer MLB Career Stats

.279 114 442 32 .822

Brad Fullmer Bio

  • Full Name: Bradley Ryan Fullmer
  • Born: 1/17/1975 in Chatsworth, CA
  • Draft: 1993, Montreal Expos, 2nd rd. (60th overall)
  • High School: Montclair Prep, Van Nuys, CA
  • Debut: September 2, 1997
  • Ret., Final Game: 7/24/2004
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MLB Career Stats 2789 395 778 114 442 32 .279 .336 .822


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World Series Championship

Year Team League
2002 Anaheim AL

Brad Fullmer Leaderboards

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2000 32 17th in AL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
2000 104 22nd in AL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2000 .898 23rd in AL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2000 .558 13th in AL


Season 2B Rank
1998 44 7th in NL
2002 35 22nd in AL


Season 3B Rank
2002 6 6th in AL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2000 6 25th in AL
2002 15 3rd in AL

Bradley Ryan Fullmer Bio Info

Bradley Ryan Fullmer...graduated from Montclair Prep High School in Van Nuys, CA in 1993...batted .568 with 15 home runs and 62 RBI his senior year...named Division III Player of the Year in California...also named to Baseball America and USA Today All-America teams...received scholarship offer from Stanford University before deciding to enter MLB draft...enjoys weight lifting and running. 2003 Was on par for a career season before suffering ruptured patella tendon in his right knee during the eighth inning of June 26 game vs. Seattle while running out a ground ball to third base...placed on 15-day DL following the game and missed remainder of the season...underwent surgery July 1 to repair the knee...hitting .329 (20-58) in June before injury and had hit in 15 of final 17 games...posted 5 home runs and 14 RBI in June (0 HR and 5 RBI in May)...hit .324 (23-71) after sixth inning...collected fifth career grand slam, June 14 vs. New York Mets and tied season-high with 4 RBI...Angels starting DH in 40 games...tallied 100th career home run, June 5 vs. Montreal in Puerto Rico...posted 2 8-game hit streaks...ejected in sixth inning by home plate umpire Charlie Reliford, May 29 at Tampa Bay (first of career)...finished April batting .392 (31-79) with 4 home runs and 18 RBI to lead the major leagues in average, second Angel in 4 years (Erstad in 2000 - .449) to lead all of baseball in hitting after first month...also marked best month of career...posted 18 RBI in April (did not total 18 RBI until end of May in 2002)...reached base 10 consecutive times from April 16-17, 2 times shy of club record...tallied 4 RBI for first time since 2001 season, April 1 vs. Texas...transferred to 60-day DL September 1. 2002 Joined Anaheim in off-season trade with Toronto in exchange for RHP Brian Cooper...led Anaheim in batting .373 (25-67) in September, raising season average from .274 to .289...tied for team-lead with 6 triples (had posted total of 7 triples over previous 5 seasons)...9 of his 19 home runs and 25 of 59 RBI came over final 2 months...hit .269 before All-Star break, .314 after...posted 30-plus doubles for fourth time in 5 seasons with 35...starting DH in 89 games (27 starts at first base), totaling 13 home runs and 49 RBI as DH (Angels' DHs combined to post just 8 home runs in all of 2001)...60 of 124 hits (48%) were extra-base hits (35 2B, 6 3B, 19 HR), trailing only Garret Anderson with .531 slugging pct....posted 2 9-game hit streaks...tallied career-high 10 stolen bases...appeared in 12 of Anaheim's 16 postseason games, primarily as a DH...connected for first postseason home run of career in Game 2 of ALCS at the Metrodome, finishing 2-3 with a double, home run and 2 RBI in Anaheim's 6-3 win...finished hitting .333 (4-12) with 2 doubles, one home run and 4 RBI in Game 1 of World Series, was involved in a double steal in which he stole home, the 14th all-time steal of home in a Fall Classic and first since Tim McCarver in 1964...overall, hit .294 (10-34) with 6 runs, 3 doubles, one home run and 5 RBI in postseason. 2001 Spent second season with Toronto Blue Jays, batting .274 (143/522) with 31 doubles, 18 home runs and 83 RBI in career-best 146 games...Batted .295 (119/403) with 16 HR and 65 RBI vs. right-handers and .202 (24/199) with two HR and 18 RBI vs. left-handers...Opened season with team-leading 23 RBI in April while batting .288 (30/104) with two home runs...Did not homer until April 21, a grand slam at Kansas City off Blake Stein...Marked third career grand slam...Also posted four RBI, April 25 vs. Texas...Collected four hits, April 27 vs. Anaheim, his first of three club-best four-hit efforts in 2001...Homered in three consecutive games, May 5-8...Batted .287 (27/94) with five HR and 15 RBI in May and limited to .222 (20/90) with two HR in June...Connected for second grand slam of season and fourth of career, July 6 vs. Montreal, collecting career-best five RBI in effort...Finished batting .275 (87/316) with 10 HR and 53 RBI in first half of season...Hit .272 with eight HR and 30 RBI after All-Star break...Enjoyed finest month of season in August, batting .323 (30/93) with six HR and 21 RBI...Hit safely in 21 of 26 games in month and posted career-high nine game hit streak, Aug. 20-29...Collected RBI in six consecutive games, Aug. 11-17...Notched 500th career hit, Aug. 16 vs. Oakland (solo HR)...Batted .274 (40/146) with runners in scoring position and collected 27 RBI with bases loaded, hitting .350 (7/20) with two HR...Walked 38 times (one shy of career high) and struck out career-high 88 times...Hit .367 (36/98) with four HR with 0-0 count...Saw 3.35 pitches per plate appearance, lowest average in AL. 2000 Began first season with Blue Jays after being traded in a three-way deal with Texas and Montreal, March 16, 2000...Enjoyed finest campaign as professional, batting .295 (142/482) with 76 runs, 29 doubles, 32 HR and 104 RBI in just 133 games...Set career bests in runs, hits, HR and RBI...Previous HR and RBI bests in ML were 13 HR and 73 RBI in 140 games with Montreal in 1998...Was one of four Toronto players to hit 30 HR during 2000 season, joining Anaheim Angels (2000) as only other AL team and just ninth club in ML history with four teammates reaching 30 HR...Was also one of seven Jays' to hit 20 HR, only done once previously (1996 - Orioles)...Set Blue Jays record for HR in single season (32) and RBI (104) by designated hitter...Previous records were 25 HR (Jose Canseco - 1998) and 91 RBI (Dave Winfield - 1992)...Second in AL among DH's to Edgar Martinez for HR and RBI...Hit in season-best 11 straight games, April 16-26...Had six consecutive multi-hit games, April 18-23...Finished April batting .363 with five HR and 24 RBI...Hit seven HR in 15 games and totaled 17 RBI, June 12-29...Hit in 12 of 13 games from June 11-25...Recorded RBI in five-straight, June 22-27...Hit .305 with 14 HR and 49 RBI before All-Star break and .282 with team-best 18 HR and 52 RBI after break...Posted first of two 2-HR games, July 26 vs. Cleveland (Bartolo Colon)...Second 2-HR game came Aug. 30 in Anaheim...Has season-high four RBI seven times, twice in August...Homered in three-straight games, Sept. 8-10, collecting seven RBI...Reached 100 RBI, Sept. 15 in Chicago...Finished batting .322 (46/140) with RISP and .311 with 27 HR and 85 RBI vs. RHP...Suffered from hyper-extended right elbow and did not play after Sept. 24...MRI revealed loose bodies in right elbow which were removed Oct. 10 by Dr. Lewis Yocum. 1999 Split season between Montreal Expos and triple-A Ottawa...Opened season hitting .207 in first 30 games with Expos...Optioned to Ottawa, May 16...Returned to Montreal and appeared in three games, going four-for-13, but returned to Ottawa as Rondell White came off disabled list...With Ottawa, hit .317 (45/142) with 11 HR and 32 RBI in 39 games...Recalled to Expos July 15 and despite late recall in July, still named Expos Player of the Month batting .368 (21/57) with seven doubles, one triple, two home runs and 10 RBI...Posted first career four-hit game, July 19 at Yankee Stadium, including HR off Hideki Irabu...Hit safely in career-high 16 straight games, Aug. 7-22...Connected for game-winning HR off San Francisco's John Johnstone in 12th inning at 3Com Park, Aug. 17...Hit .219 with three HR and 11 RBI before All-Star break and .302 with 24 doubles, six HR and 36 RBI after...Collected 34 doubles in 100 games, including tying club record with three doubles in one game, April 13 vs. Philadelphia...35.4 percent of his hits were doubles. 1998 Spent first full season (qualifying as rookie) in Major Leagues with Montreal, batting .273 (138/505) with 44 doubles, 13 HR and 73 RBI...Set career best in doubles (44)...44 doubles finished seventh best in NL...Doubles total (fourth highest total in franchise history) also set club rookie record passing previous mark of 41...Finished second on Expos with 73 RBI...Entered Majors with impressive class of rookie first baseman in NL: Colorado's Todd Helton, Arizona's Travis Lee, Florida's Derek Lee and Cincinnati's Sean Casey...Batted .331 with runners in scoring position...Was first Expos' rookie to bat clean-up on Opening Day (batted in fourth spot 60 times in rookie campaign)...Among rookies, was first in NL in doubles; second in multi-hit games (41), extra-base hits (59) and slugging pct. (446); third in batting avg.; fourth in hits, home runs, total bases (225) and fifth in runs (58) and walks (39)...Connected for first career grand slam, May 30 at Pittsburgh off Jose Silva...Hit safely in then career-best nine straight games, May 22-31 and June 17-26...Registered first career two-HR game, Aug. 18 at Arizona (Brian Anderson)...Led majors in doubles until June 28 with 34. 1997 Called up to Expos September 2...That same day made Major League debut and became 73rd player in ML history and just second Expo to homer in first ML plate appearance when he connected of Boston's Bret Saberhagen...Was just 12th pinch-hitter to accomplish the feat...Hit inside-the-park HR as pinch-hitter, Sept. 16 at Pittsburgh...Finished batting .300 (12/40) with three HR and eight RBI in 19 September games with Montreal...Played for Peoria of Arizona Fall League and hit .414 in 31 games with league-leading 15 doubles, four HR and 29 RBI, missing by just nine at-bats for league batting crown...Selected by AFL managers as top first base prospect...Participated in Rookie Career Development Program in January.