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Doug Glanville MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.277 59 333 168 .695

Doug Glanville Bio

  • Full Name: Douglas Metunwa Glanville
  • Born: 8/25/1970 in Hackensack, NJ
  • Draft: 1991, Chicago Cubs, 1st rd. (12th overall)
  • College: Pennsylvania
  • Debut: June 9, 1996
  • Last Game: 10/3/2004
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 3964 553 1100 59 333 168 .277 .315 .695

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Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
1997 .300 16th in NL
1999 .325 8th in NL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
1998 23 13th in NL
1999 34 11th in NL
2000 31 7th in NL
2001 28 7th in NL
2002 19 19th in NL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
1998 106 13th in NL

Hits

Season H Rank
1998 189 10th in NL
1999 204 2nd in NL
2000 175 18th in NL

Doubles

Season 2B Rank
1999 38 14th in NL

Triples

Season 3B Rank
1997 5 19th in NL
1998 7 8th in NL
1999 6 13th in NL
2000 6 14th in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
1998 158 18th in NL
2000 154 17th in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
1998 678 1st in NL
1999 628 3rd in NL
2000 637 3rd in NL
2001 634 3rd in NL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
1998 735 2nd in NL
1999 692 10th in NL
2000 689 10th in NL
2001 674 18th in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
1997 11 12th in NL
2000 8 20th in NL

Douglas Metunwa Glanville Bio Info

Douglas Metunwa Glanville ... Single ... 1988 graduate of Teaneck High School (NJ) where he was All-State and twice All-County in baseball ... 1992 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with bachelor's degree in Science and Systems Engineering; was 1991 GTE Academic All-America and a Baseball America 2nd-team preseason All-America selection ... Presented 2000 Media Good Guy Award by the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association ... In 2001, was recipient of Phillies 1st annual Community Service Award for being active in the community with many organizations, including UNICEF, Easter Seals and Boys and Girls Clubs ... Hosted celebrity billiards tournament in January 2001 and 2002, with teammates Mike Lieberthal and Randy Wolf, which raised money for the Philadelphia Futures mentor program ... Donated $5,000 to the American Diabetes Association ... Donated $25,000 of his 2004 salary to the Philadelphia Futures Program ... Hobbies: Reading, music. 2004 Rejoined the Phillies prior to the season ... Has a streak of 293 games without committing an error. Had his last error on Aug. 17, 2001 ... Hit the first walkoff homer of his career on April 18. 2003 Began season with TEX ... Placed on DL for first time in career, 4/14 (torn hamstring tendon in right knee) ... Had arthroscopic surgery, 4/23, to have piece of tendon removed from behind right knee ... Made rehab appearances with Oklahoma (AAA) and Frisco (AA) before being activated, 6/7 ... Batted .304 in 39 games following activation ...Went 10-for-15 (.667) over 3-game span, 7/12-17 ... Had season-high 4 hits twice, 7/17 at TB and 7/23 vs ANA ... Hit .422 (27-64), 2 HR, 8 RBI, 13 R over final 16 games with TEX ... His final game with TEX was the 1,000th of his ML career ...Traded to CHI, 7/30 ... Batted .400 (6-15) in final 7 games of season ... Hit game-winning pinch-RBI triple in 11th inning of Game 3 of NLCS ... Did not commit an error all season (71 G), extending his errorless streak to 225 games ... Entering 2004, his errorless streak is 2nd among ML outfielders to Joe McEwing (230 G); Juan Encarnacion is 3rd (220 G). 2002 Doug started 95 games in center for Philadelphia. He was 2nd on the club in sacrifice hits (8) and placed 3rd in stolen bases (19). Doug did not commit an error in 227 chances in the outfield and was among the N.L.'s top pinch-hitters.

Batting: His .249 average was the lowest in 6 full major league seasons...Batted just .210 (17-81) in 1st 22 games through April 27, then had a .314 (16-51) mark in next 17 contests, improving to .250 on May 11...Hit .197 (36-183) in next 72 games and was at .217 through Aug. 20...Batted .343 (37-108) in final 32 contests, going 8-13 in last 4 games to rise from .237 to .249...Longest hitting streak was 5 games on 3 occasions and had 3 hits 5 times...Recorded 1000th career hit in season's final game, a single off Carl Pavano on Sept. 29 at Florida.

Had a .270 (40-148) average as the leadoff hitter with a career .291 (749-2573) mark in the top spot in the order...Hit .250 (32-128) vs. lefthanders and .248 (73-294) against righthanders...Had a .287 (71-247) mark with the bases empty...Is batting .359 (46-128) in last 2 seasons vs. Florida.

Fielding: Appeared in 117 total games in the outfield, all in center, and had the 2nd most errorless chances of any N.L. outfielder behind Los Angeles' Dave Roberts (257)...Became the 6th Phillies qualifying outfielder to ever post a 1.000 fielding percentage, the 1st since Jim Eisenreich in 1995...Has played in 155 consecutive games since his last error on Aug. 17, 2001...Tied for 4th among N.L. OFS in double plays (4)...Had 7 assists, increasing career total to 64...Started 55 of Philadelphia's 1st 65 games through June 15, then was in the lineup in just 40 of final 96 contests while platooning with Ricky Ledee.

Miscellaneous: Was successful on 90.1% (19 of 21) of steal attempts, the N.L.'s best success rate among players with 20 or more attempts...Had 13 consecutive steals between caught stealings on April 10 and Aug. 25...Stole 2 bases in a game on May 7 at Houston and June 10 at Cleveland...Connected for 1st career inside-the-park homer, May 10 vs. Arizona...Homered to lead off 1st inning on 2 occasions, Aug. 6 at San Diego and Aug. 27 against Montreal...Has 9 career leadoff homers, 8 with Phillies to rank 3rd on club all-time list behind Juan Samuel (14) and Lenny Dykstra (12)...Hit .350 (7-20) as a pinch-hitter, 4th best among N.L. players with 20 or more pinch at bats.

Previous Career Highlights:
2001: Was 3rd in the N.L. in at bats (634) and tied for 7th in steals (28) while hitting a career best 14 homers...Had a pair of 15-game hitting streaks, May 3-19 and May 27-June 12...Ranked 2nd among N.L. outfielders in putouts (413) and total chances (425) while starting 147 games in center.

2000: Was among the N.L. leaders in at bats (3rd, 637), stolen bases (7th, 31), and sacrifice hits (T9th, 12)...Tied for team lead in games (154) and was 2nd in runs (89) and hits (175)...Batted .357 (40-112) in August with a pair of 11 game hitting streaks.

1999: Finished 2nd in the National League with 204 hits, most for a Phillies outfielder since Richie Ashburn (215) in 1958...Was 1st Phillies player with 200-hit season since Pete Rose (208) in 1979...Also ranked among the N.L. leaders in multi-hit games (3rd, 62), at bats (T3rd, 628), and average (7th, .325)...Tied for league lead with 73 leadoff rbi...Had majors' top stolen base percentage at 94% with career best 34 steals in 36 tries...Was 3rd among league outfielders in total chances (406).

1998: In 1st season with Philadelphia, led the N.L. in at bats (678), most by a Phillie since Samuel (701) in 1984...Also ranked 9th in multi-hit games (57) and was 10th in hits (189)...Hit safely in 54 of 58 games at .364 from April 13-June 17, with streaks of 18 (May 1-20) and 17 (April 13-29) games...Was 3rd among N.L. outfielders in putouts (360) and chances (376) and tied for 5th in assists (career high 14).

1997: Started 79 games in left and 25 in center for Cubs in 1st full major league season...Led team in sacrifice hits (9), tied for 1st in triples (5), and ranked 2nd in batting (.300)...Hit .359 (14-39) with 0-2 count, 2nd best in N.L. and was league's 5th toughest hitter to fan with one strikeout every 11.1 plate appearances...Led team in infield hits (25)...Hit .316 in 57 starts in leadoff spot.

Pro Career: Had 6th highest average (.308) in American Association at Iowa in 1996...Hit safely in 21 straight games, May 9-31...Was recalled by Chicago on June 9 and made major league debut that day in start vs. Montreal...Singled off Terry Mulholland for 1st hit the following night in Philadelphia...Returned to Iowa on July 27 before joining Cubs for rest of year on Sept. 3...Connected for 1st homer off Montreal's Jeff Fassero on Sept. 11...Appeared in 51 games in right, 47 in center, and 3 in left at Iowa in 1995...Topped Southern League outfielders in putouts (322) and chances (339) at Orlando in 1994...Led league in caught stealing (20)...Played in Arizona Fall League after season...Combined to hit .277 with 33 steals at Daytona and Orlando in 1993...Had .293 average in 61 games at Daytona to earn promotion to Orlando on June 17...Topped Carolina League outfielders in putouts (293) and chances (312) at Winston-Salem in 1992...Batted .439 in 1st 10 pro games at Geneva in 1991. 2001 Finished 3rd in NL in AB (634) and tied for 7th in SB (28) . . . Hit a career-high 14 HR, surpassing previous high of 11, set in 1999 . . . Had 2nd career 2-HR game, 5/11 at ARI . . . Had two 15-game hit streaks, 5/3-19 (.359, 23-64, 4 HR, 8 RBI) and 5/27(1)-6/12 (.293, 21-72, 3 HR, 7 RBI) . . . Hit 2 leadoff HR, 5/11 at ARI and 5/19 vs STL, giving him 6 in his career, 5 with the Phillies . . . Ranks 7th on Phils all-time leadoff HR list, trailing John Briggs, Bake McBride, George Paskert and Tony Taylor tied for 3rd place with 6 . . . Did not GIDP until 5/20 vs STL and was the 8th-hardest batter to double up in NL . . . Had season-high 4 hits, 5/11 at ARI and 6/16 vs BAL . . . Was 4-for-6 with 2 doubles and tied career high with 4 RBI, 6/16 vs BAL . . . Stole season-high 2 bases, 3 times, last: 8/4 at SF. . . Hit .315 (17-54) with RISP and less than 2 outs . . . Had 8 OF assists, 3rd-highest on team . . . Ranked 2nd among all NL outfielders in putouts (413) and total chances (425). 2000 Finished 7th in NL in SB (31), 3rd in AB (637) and T9th in sac bunts (12)...Was 1 of 3 non-pitchers to rank in the top 9 in sacrifice hits...31 SB were 3 shy of career-high 34, set last year...Hit 4th career leadoff HR 4/8 at HOU; tied for 7th on Phils all-time list...Matched career high with 5 hits 5/4 vs CIN...Hit 1st career pinch-HR 6/12 vs FLA...Had back-to-back, identical 11-game hit streaks...Went 16-for-47 (.340) in 1st streak 7/29-8/10; went hitless on 8/11, followed by 16-for-47 (.340) in 2nd streak 8/12-24...Recorded 2 assists 8/12 vs HOU (had 9 for season)...Tied career high with 2 SB, 4 times, last: 9/28 at CHI...Finished season on 6-game hit streak, .407 (11-27), 6 runs, 3 RBI and hit in 44 of last 53 games, .308 (69-224) with 37 R, 11 2B, 5 3B, 2 HR & 89 RBI. 1999 Reached career highs in average (.325), hits (204), HR (11), 2B (38), RBI (73) and SB (34)...Finished 2nd in NL in hits, 3rd in multi-hit games (62), tied for 7th in batting and tied for 3rd in AB (628)...Became 1st Phillie to reach 200 hits since Pete Rose (208) in 1979 and 1st RH Phillie since Dave Cash's NL-leading 213 in 1975; was 1st Phils outfielder with 200 hits since Rich Ashburn's NL-best 215 in 1958...73 RBI were tied for 1st among NL leadoff hitters with HOU's Craig Biggio...Scored 101 runs, becoming 1st Phillie with back-to-back 100-run seasons since Dave Hollins (1992-93) and 1st Phils OF since Rich Ashburn (1953-54)...Had majors' top stolen base % (94%) with a career-high 34 SB in 36 attempts...Had career-high 4 RBI, 3 times: 4/28 vs CHI, 7/2 vs CHI, 7/29 vs FLA...Hit 2 leadoff HR: 5/2 vs LA and 7/15 at BOS...Tied for team-longest with runs scored in 7 straight, 5/4-12...Had 10 RBI in 6-game span, 6/4-9...Hit safely in 17 of 18 games, 6/29-7/21, .437 (38-87)...Had career-high 5 hits 9/15 at HOU...Led club and was tied for 6th in NL with 13 OF assists and 3rd with 406 total chances. 1998 1st season as a Phillie...Led NL in at-bats (678); 1st Phillie to lead NL since Juan Samuel (655) in 1987 and most at-bats by a Phillie since Samuel led the majors with a club-record 701 in 1984...Led club and was 10th in NL in hits (189) and 9th in multi-hit games (57)...189 hits were the most by a RH Phillie since Juan Samuel's 191 in 1984...14 OF assists was tied for 5th in NL....995 fielding % ranked 5th among NL outfielders (had just 2 errors in 158 games and 376 total chances); 3rd in NL in both putouts (360) and total chances...Had 4 hit streaks of 14 or more games...Career-best 18-game streak, 5/1-20, was tied for 3rd-longest in NL, .355 (27-76)...From 4/13-5/20, hit safely in 32 of 33 games (.357) and from 4/13-6/17, hit safely in 54 of 58 games (.364)...Hit .403 (31-76) during 17-game hit streak, 6/30-6/17...Had 1st career 2-HR game 6/6 at TOR. 1997 Hit .300 in 1st full season in majors... 1st Cubs right-handed batter to hit .300 since Ryne Sandberg in '93 (.309)...NL's 5th-toughest batter to fan, 46 SO in 510 plate app (1 per 11.1 PA)... .359 (14-39) clip with 0-2 count was 2nd in NL behind Tony Gwynn (.400); .277 (52-188) avg with 2 strikes was 4th-best in NL...Led club with 25 infield hits (had 4 bunt singles)...Made 57 starts as leadoff batter, hitting .316 (77-244) with 40 runs (2nd-best avg in NL among leadoff hitters)...Hit 1st career leadoff HR 5/25 at CIN (Pete Schourek)...Had 6 straight multi-hit games, 6/28-7/3, hitting .538 (14-26) , 1 HR, 7 R...Had 10-game hit streak, 7/11-20 (.341, 14-41)...Collected career-high 3 RBI 4/26 vs PIT...12 assists was tied for 5th in NL...Made 79 starts in LF, 25 in CF. 1996 Began season at Iowa . . . Had 21-game hit streak 5/9-31, hitting .330 (29-88)...Recalled by Cubs 6/9...Made ML debut 6/9 vs MTL, starting in left field (0-4)...Collected first 2 ML hits 6/10 at PHI (Terry Mulholland)...Appeared in 28 games before being optioned back to Iowa 7/27....308 final avg ranked 6th in American Association...Struck out just 35 times, averaging 1 SO per 11.3 plate app, 4th-lowest ratio in league...Ended Iowa season with 17-game hit streak (.338, 23-68)...Recalled by Cubs 9/3...Hit 1st ML HR 9/11 vs MTL (Jeff Fassero)...Was 6-for-19 (.316) as a pinch-hitter...Appeared in 21 games after September recall...For the season, appeared in 19 games in LF, 9 in CF and 8 in RF. 1995 Promoted to Iowa (AAA) where he spent entire season...Played 51 games in RF, 47 in CF and 3 in LF...Had .982 fielding % (4 errors, 221 chances). 1994 Spent season at Daytona...Was 5th-toughest to fan in Southern League, once every 10.8 plate app (49 SO, 529 PA)...Led league outfielders in chances (339) and putouts (322)...Committed just 3 errors for a .991 fielding %. 1993 Began season at Daytona (A) where he hit .293 in 61 games with 18 SB...Promoted to Orlando (AA) 6/17 where he appeared in 73 games, hitting 9 HR...Combined totals for the season were: .277, 89 R, 11 HR, 61 RBI, 33 SB. 1992 Appeared in 120 games at Winston-Salem (A)...Led Carolina League outfielders in putouts (239) and total chances (312). 1991 Cubs 1st round pick (12th overall) in June draft...Began pro career at Geneva (A)...Had fast start, hitting .439 in his first 10 games...Had 5 hits 8/1 at Watertown...Hit .303 for the season in 36 games with 17 steals.