Todd Hollandsworth #28

  • LF
  • B/T: L/L
  • 6' 2" /225

Todd Hollandsworth MLB Career Stats

3191 .273 98 401 75 .767

Todd Hollandsworth Bio

  • Full Name: Todd Mathew Hollandsworth
  • Born: 4/20/1973 in Dayton, OH
  • Draft: 1991, Los Angeles Dodgers, 3rd rd. (80th overall)
  • High School: Newport, Bellevue, WA
  • Debut: 4/25/1995
  • Last Game: 9/30/2006
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MLB Career Stats 3191 451 871 98 401 75 .273 .328 .767


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Todd Hollandsworth Awards

NL Rookie of the Year

Year Team League
1996 Los Angeles NL

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2003 Florida NL

MLB Players Choice NL Outstanding Rookie

Year Team League
1996 Los Angeles NL

Todd Hollandsworth Leaderboards


Season 3B Rank
1996 4 21st in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2000 7 24th in NL
2002 8 18th in NL

Todd Mathew Hollandsworth Bio Info

Full name Todd Matthew Hollandsworth...Married, wife's name is Marci...Two children - Ty and Tugg...Resides in Barrington, IL...Graduated from Newport High School in Bellevue, WA in 1991...Brother-in-law is major leaguer Matt Herges...His charitable efforts are focused on The Jesus Film Project and Campus Crusade for Christ. 2006 On 8/9 was acquired from the Indians for a player to be named later or cash...hit safely in 8 of last 11 apps (9-29, .310, 4 2b, 1hr, 2rbi), raising BA from .231...made 13 starts (1gs in LF, 12gs in RF)...appeared in 56g for the Tribe (34gs, .237, 6hr, 27rbi)...has 98 career HR, including 8 career pinch-hit HR...on 9/18 at Hou off Dan Wheeler produced his only pinch-hit homer of the season and his only homer as a Red. 2005 Hollandsworth, 32, spent most of the 2005 season with the Chicago Cubs where he hit .254 (68-268) with 17 2B, 2 3B 5HR & 35RBI in 107 games for the Cubs before being traded to the Atlanta Braves on August 29 for two minor league pitchers...He appeared in 24 games for the Braves (6-35, .171) and was not on the club's Division Series roster vs. Houston...His best month of the season came in June where he hit .360 (27-75) with 6 2B, 2HR & 16RBI in 24 games...Is a .287 (52-for-181) career pinch hitter and was .233 (10-for-43) as PH in 2005...Snapped an 0-for-11 skid with a pinch home run in the 8th inning on Sept. 12 at PHI - his 7th career pinch homer and his first HR as a Brave... Longest hitting streak of the season was 7 games and he collected 3RBI in 3 games, the last coming on June 11 vs. Boston...Appeared in 98 games in LF (63GS), 9 games in RF (4GS) and 2 games at first base...Platooned with Jason Dubois over the first few months of the season with the Cubs...Hit .293 (12-41) off LHP on the year. 2004 Todd batted .318 with 6 doubles, 2 triples, 8 home runs and 22 RBI in 57 games...fouled a ball off his right shin in the game on June 27 and was out the remainder of the season with a right shin contusion...was the club's most effective pinch hitter prior to going on the disabled list...hit .563 in that role, going 9-for-16 with 2 doubles, 2 homers and 4 RBI...hit his fifth career pinch homer and first home run as a Cub April 9 at Atlanta off John Smoltz...the 2-out, 9th-inning shot sent the game to extra innings in a 2-1, 15-inning Cub win...hit his second pinch homer of the season just over a week later when he took Cincinnati's Todd Jones deep...the 2-run blast pulled the Cubs to within one run in an 11-10 Cub win...saw action in 32 games (26 starts) in right field, 4 games (3 starts) in left field and 3 games (3 starts) at first base...had not seen action at first base since 1999...batted .329 in the month of June, going 25-for-76 with 3 doubles, 2 triples, 2 homers and 11 RBI. 2003 Todd saw action in 93 regular-season games for Florida, batting .254 with 29 extra-base hits and 20 RBI... Had a .421 slugging percentage, as 29 of his 58 hits were for extra-bases (23 2B, 3 3B, 3HR)...Had the 3rd-highest average as a pinch hitter in the big leagues, going 7-for-20 (.350) with 1 home run, 2 RBI and 6 walks...Had a .500 on-base % as a pinch hitter, the top mark in the National League...Tied the club mark for most doubles in a game May 10 vs. Colorado when he went 4-for-4 with a trio of two-baggers...Hit a game-tying pinch homer off Montreal's Rocky Biddle 7/1...Was on the disabled list 8/14-9/1 with lower back inflammation. 2002 Appeared in 134 total games for Colorado and Texas, batting .284 with 27 doubles, 16 homers and 67 RBI...was traded to the Rangers July 31...his doubles and RBI totals were both career highs...with the Rockies, he batted .295 with 21 doubles and 11 homers...hit .258 with 5 homers in 39 American League contests with the Rangers...hit safely in 11 games from June 9-June 22...had a pair of homers and 8 RBI during the stretch - including a grand slam off the New York Yankees' Mike Thurman June 20...homered in back-to-back games September 5 (at Baltimore) and September 6 (at Tampa Bay), driving in 6 total runs...was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle on September 6. 2001 Was hitting .368 with 15 multi-hit efforts in 33 games for Colorado before suffering a season-ending injury May 11...fouled a ball off of his right shin May 11 vs. Montreal and was forced to leave the game ... was later diagnosed with a fractured shin and crushed nerve...had a 16-game hitting streak April 14-May 3, batting .426 with 6 homers and 14 RBI...on April 15 vs. Arizona (a 10-7 win), he homered 3 times and drove in 7 runs ... went deep off Curt Schilling, Greg Swindell and Matt Mantei in consecutive plate appearances...his final home run of the day was a 10th-inning walkoff game-winner...the 3 homers tied the franchise record for roundtrippers in once contest and for homers in consecutive plate appearances. 2000 Combined to bat .269 with 19 homers and 47 RBI for Los Angeles and Colorado...the homer total was a career high...after hitting .234 in 81 games for the Dodgers, he was sent to the Rockies July 31 in a deal that also included Tom his first contest with his new club (August 1 at Wrigley Field), he drove in the game-winning run with a pinch-hit single off Kyle Farnsworth...batted .323 for Colorado, recording 11 homers, 8 doubles and 23 RBI in 56 contests...hit his third career pinch homer August 18 vs. Florida, a solo shot off Dan Miceli...had his third career 2-homer game September 13 at San Diego - hitting a grand slam off Adam Eaton and adding a solo shot off Todd Erdos. 1999 Todd batted .284 with nine homers and 32 RBI in 92 games...In an April 2 exhibition game, three days before Opening Day, he strained his right hamstring running out a grounder, and began the year on the DL...Activated April 23, he got his first start six days later, at Milwaukee April 29 (2-for-5, triple, three RBI)...On May 27 at Cincinnati, he left the game with a strained oblique muscle...placed on disabled list June 4, he missed 35 games, during which the Dodgers were 14-21...Overall, he started 12 games at first base, 10 in left field, 28 in center, five in right and one as DH. 1998 In 55 games, Hollandsworth hit .269 with three HR and 20 RBI... He played 51 games in the outfield, including 35 starts in left, seven starts in center and one in right...From May 21-29, he built a ine-game hitting streak (.410, 16-for-39), a career long at the time...Placed on the DL June 5, he missed the final 103 games with torn cartilage in his left shoulder...Dr. Frank Jobe repaired the tear June 11 at Los Angeles' Centinela Hospital. 1997 Injuries hampered Todd during his encore to his Rookie-of-the-Year campaign...The Dodgers' Opening Day left fielder, he hit .247 with four homers and 31 RBI in 106 games...On May 19 at Montreal, he left in the sixth inning with a bruised right knee, after an outfield collision...Optioned to Albuquerque June 13, he spent two and-a-half weeks at Triple-A, before a June 30 recall...In 29 games after his return, he hit .323 (21-for-65)...Then, on Aug. 1 at Chicago, he fractured his right elbow in a play at the plate, and went on the DL...the club activated him Aug. 17, but that night he felt discomfort in the joint during batting practice...he went back on the DL Aug. 19. 1996 The NL Rookie of the Year, Hollandsworth hit .291 with 12 home runs and 59 RBI in 149 games...he led all NL rookies in hits, doubles, home runs, RBI and steals...from May 20-Aug. 12, he built a 74-game errorless streak...Todd collected a career-high five hits, July 1 at San 29 leadoff starts, he batted .316 (42-for-133) with five homers and 17 RBI...during the NLDS vs. Atlanta, he led the Dodgers with a .333 average. 1995 Injuries overshadowed his first major league season...after making the team's Opening Day roster, he made his major league debut April 25 at Florida, as a defensive replacement in left field...after five games, he went on the DL with a fractured right hand...he underwent May 9 surgery at Los Angeles' Centinela Hospital...soon after his return, on July 14 he made a memorable first major league start; the Dodgers' center fielder, Todd got his first three big-league hits and first two RBI on a night when Ramon Martinez no-hit the Marlins...on July 18 vs. Houston, Todd belted his first home run, a second-inning shot off Shane Reynolds...he went back on the 15-day DL Aug.10 with a fractured right thumb, suffered sliding into third base Aug. 8...he made 23 starts in center field and two in right. 1994 In his first full season at Triple-A, he batted .285 with 19 homers and 91 RBI, playing a key role in Albuquerque's PCL championship...Todd led the circuit in games played (132) and finished second in hits (144)...his 91 RBI ranked third in the entire organization...after the season, he played for La Romana in the Dominican Winter League, and led the team to its first league championship and a trip to the 1995 Caribbean Series in Puerto Rico...Dominican Republic journalists called him the best American player in that league in 10 years. 1993 Hollandsworth hit .251 with 17 homers and 63 RBI in 126 games at Double-A San Antonio...after the season, Baseball America tabbed him the second-best prospect in the Dodger chain. 1992 Todd hit .258 at Single-A Bakersfield...he led the club in homers (13), doubles (23), triples (5), RBI (58) and stolen bases (27). 1991 With short-season Yakima in the Northwest League, Todd hit .236 with eight home runs and 33 RBI to lead the Bears to the circuit playoffs.