Randy Knorr #27

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Randy Knorr MLB Career Stats

676 .226 24 88 0 .660

Randy Knorr Bio

  • Full Name: Randy Duane Knorr
  • Pronunciation: nore
  • Born: 11/12/1968 in San Gabriel, CA
  • Draft: 1986, Toronto Blue Jays, 10th rd. (263rd overall)
  • High School: Baldwin Park, CA
  • Debut: 9/5/1991
  • Last Game: 9/9/2001
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MLB Career Stats 676 82 153 24 88 0 .226 .278 .660


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Randy Knorr Stats

*Since 2006

Randy Knorr Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
*Since 2006

Randy Knorr Statcast Events


Randy Knorr Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
1993 Toronto AL

Randy Duane Knorr Bio Info

Grissom Resume
Returns as Nationals bullpen coach, a position held during the final 3-plus months of the 2006 campaign under thenmanager Frank Robinson...was appointed to his current post on October 24, 2008...will again work hand-in-hand with Nationals pitching coach Randy St. Claire before, during and after games...is expected to keep Nationals bullpen ready for action...spent last 4 seasonsminus hiatus as big league bullpen coach in 06managing in Nationals minor league system...managed Potomac of the Single-A Carolina League the last 3 seasons (2006-08), after serving as skipper at Savannah of the Single-A South Atlantic League in 2005...led Potomac to Carolina League Championship last season, posting a 79-61 regular-season mark before going 6-1 in playoffs...Potomacs championship was not only the first in the 29-year history of the Potomac franchise, but the first captured by a Nationals domestic club since arriving in DC in 05...has managed numerous current Nationals pitchers and prospects, including: Collin Balester, Mike Hinckley, John Lannan, Shairon Martis, Garrett Mock, Adam Carr, Ross Detwiler, Marco Estrada, Cory VanAllen, Jordan Zimmermann and Zech Zinicola...played 19 seasons professionally, including parts of 11 major league campaigns...a catcher by trade, played in 253 big league games for TOR (1991-95), HOU (1996-97, 99), FLA (1998), TEX (2000) and MON (2001)...batted .226 (153-for-676) with 24 home runs and 88 RBI for career...won World Series rings with the Blue Jays in 1992 and 1993...was known for defensive skills behind the plate.

Player Development Experience
Spent parts of last 4 campaigns (2005-08) as minor league manager in Nationals chain, minus half-season hiatus as big league bullpen coach with Nationals in 2006...owns 241-241 (.500) managerial record over that span...skippered Single-A Potomac the last 3 seasons (2005-08) and reached managerial pinnacle last year, guiding his club to 79-61 record en route to the Carolina League Championship...became the first full-season Nationals affiliate to win its league championship since baseball returned to The District in 2005...accomplished 179-165 (.520) mark during tenure with Potomac...managed Savannah of the Single-A South Atlantic League to a 62-76 (.449) mark in 2005.
2003 Knoor spent his second consecutive season as the Expos' primary Triple-A catcher...guided a young 28- man pitching staff en route to the Pacific Coast League's Northern Division Title...batted .304 with 7 home runs and 48 RBI in 88 games...batted .329 at Edmonton's Telus Field, but 5 of his 7 home runs came in road contests...hit .392 (29- for-74) with 2 home runs and 16 RBI when facing left-handed pitchers...batted .327 with runners on base, including .363 (33-for-91) with runners in scoring position...hit .366 with 3 home runs and 14 RBI in May...also had 14 RBI in June...went perfect 5-for-5 with a double and 3 RBI in key 10-9 victory on June 28 vs. Tacoma...posted season-high 9-game winning streak, May 2-18, going 16-for-34 (.471)...was one of 5 Trappers to hit .300 or better while playing in over half of club's contests (also Peter Bergeron, Matt Cepicky, Terrmel Sledge and Luis Figueroa)...went 3-for-11 (.273) with 2 doubles for the Expos in Spring Training while battling hamstring troubles.