Rondell White

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  • LF
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 1"/225

Rondell White MLB Career Stats

.284 198 768 94 .799

Rondell White Bio

  • Full Name: Rondell Bernard White
  • Born: 2/23/1972 in Milledgeville, GA
  • Draft: 1990, Montreal Expos, 1st rd. (24th overall)
  • High School: Jones County, Gray, GA
  • Debut: September 1, 1993
  • Ret., Final Game: 9/30/2007
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MLB Career Stats 5357 756 1519 198 768 94 .284 .336 .799


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Rondell White Awards

NL All-Star

Year Team League
2003 San Diego NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/11/1995 Montreal NL
06/10/2001 Chi Cubs NL

Rondell White Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
1995 .295 22nd in NL
1999 .312 16th in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
1997 28 15th in NL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
1995 25 17th in NL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
1997 .478 25th in NL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
1995 87 14th in NL


Season H Rank
1997 160 24th in NL


Season 2B Rank
1995 33 10th in NL


Season 3B Rank
1995 4 23rd in NL
1996 4 21st in NL
1997 5 19th in NL
1999 6 13th in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
1997 592 12th in NL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
1997 638 25th in NL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
1997 283 14th in NL


Season SO Rank
1997 111 20th in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
1998 7 22nd in NL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
1995 6 20th in NL
1997 10 13th in NL
1998 7 22nd in NL
1999 11 8th in NL
2002 8 20th in AL

Rondell Bernard White Bio Info

Rondell B. White...wife Zanovia (Armand)...1990 graduate of Jones County (GA) High School where he played baseball and basketball... named Atlanta Journal-Constitution Player of the Year and selected to USA Today and Collegiate Baseball All-America teams in 1990...was high school teammate of former major leaguer Willie Greene. 2007 Disabled with strained right calf muscle, April 5-July 23...went on rehab assignments at GCL Twins and Ft. Myers, June 27-July 22...hit first home run of season, August 15 at Seattle...tied season-high two hits, August 26 at Baltimore...season-high three rbi, September 26 at Detroit...hit fourth home run of season, 198th of his career, September 29 at Boston. 2006 Hit safely in 5 of 6 games, going 7-24 (.292), April 18-25 . . . had season-high 11-game hit-streak, going 13-43 (.302), May 2-16 . . . was 7-19 (.368) in 6 games, May 21-29 . . . disabled (retroactive to June 18) with strained left shoulder and began rehab assignment at Rochester, June 30 ... appeared in 13 games for the Red Wings . . . returned from rehab assignment and reinstated from disabled list, July 17 . . . had his first 3-hit, 2-homer game, July 19 at Tampa Bay, he also scored 3 runs, matching a season-high ... recorded a season-high 4 hits and 4 rbi, July 21 at Cleveland . . . disabled with strained left hamstring, August 11-24 . . . went 2-2 with a walk, double, home run and 2 rbi September 4 at Tampa Bay . . . hit safely in 10 of 11 games from September 9-23, going 17-41 (.415) . . . matched a season-high with 4 hits, September 23 at Baltimore. 2005 Had 8-game hit-streak, going 10-30 (.333), April 4-14 . . . hit safely in 9 of 10 games, going 15-42 (.357), April 17-30 . . . career-high 20-game hit-streak, going 29-80 (.363), May 8-June 4 . . . hit safely in 7 of 8 games, going 11-31 (.355), June 11-21 . . . homered on consecutive games, June 18-19 . . . hit safely in 16 of 17 games, going 26-67 (.388), July 6-29 . . . tied season-high 3 hits, August 8 at Toronto . . . homered in consecutive games, August 11-14 . . . tied season-high 3 rbi, August 14 at Kansas City... White was the Tigers' primary run producer for much of the season before a dislocated left shoulder ended his season August 15. He hit in 17 of 20 games in April, batting .325 with four home runs and 13 RBIs for the month. His walkoff single completed a three-hit game and earned the Tigers a 4-3 win over the Devil Rays on May 17... batted .364 (36-99) with runners in scoring position. 2004 Ranked among the team leaders in home runs and RBI throughout his first season with the Tigers before being limited due to injury over the season's final two months...Drilled a three-run home run on Opening Day at Toronto April 5, his first career home run on Opening Day...three RBI set a season-high -- matched on April 19 at Cleveland, April 24 versus Cleveland, April 28 versus Anaheim, July 6 at New York and July 27 at Cleveland...Hit safely in nine straight games April 16-24, batting .390 (16x41) with three home runs and 14 RBI...Ripped a walk-off, three-run home run April 24 versus Cleveland...finished the game with three hits to establish a season-high -- also recorded three hits on May 13 versus Oakland, May 26-27 at Kansas City, July 6 at New York and August 13 at Anaheim...Batted .306 (26x85) with 20 runs scored, six doubles, five home runs and 22 RBI in 23 games during April to earn Tigers Player of the Month honors...his 22 RBI led the American League during the month, while the 20 runs scored tied for third...first Tigers player to lead the league in RBI during a month since Tony Clark tied for the league lead with 25 RBI in September of 1996...Recorded multiple hits in eight of his first 12 games during the month of May, batting .373 (19x51) with three doubles, three home runs and eight RBI...Homered on June 15 at Philadelphia to snap an 80 at-bat homerless streak dating to May 18 at Oakland...Hit safely in seven straight games July 2-9, batting .355 (11x31) with a double, two home runs and seven RBI...Hit safely in 17 of his 22 games during July, batting .267 (23x86) with four home runs and 19 RBI...Reached base safely in 19 of his 20 games during August, batting .333 (23x69) with 19 runs scored, a double, triple, four home runs and five RBI...Recorded one extra-base hit (home run on September 9 versus Kansas City in the first game of a doubleheader) after August 14, a span of 62 at-bats...Hit safely in seven straight games August 20-26, batting .409 (9x22) with eight runs scored before suffering a right hip flexor strain legging out an infield single on August 26 at Boston...missed seven of the next eight games before returning to the lineup on September 7 versus Kansas City...Reaggravated the injury on September 10 versus Minnesota running to first base...did not see action again until September 24 at Baltimore and subsequently played in only nine of the club's final 35 games after initially suffering the injury on August 26. 2003 Traded to San Diego in exchange for pitcher Mark Phillips and infielder Bubba Trammell, March 19...had 10-game hit-streak, going 15- for-41 (.366), April 3-15...was 10-for-17 (.588) in five games, May 12-16...season-high 16-game hit-streak, going 23-for-62 (.371), May 19-June 6...third career grand slam, June 20 vs. Seattle...had nine rbi in three games, June 27-29...fourth career grand slam, June 29 at Seattle...selected to first career All-Star team, July 15 at Chicago (AL)...was 9-for-14 (.643) in three games, August 10-14...traded to Kansas City in exchage for pitchers Brian Sanches and Chris Tierney, August 26...had eight-game hit-streak, going 15-for-29 (.517), September 19-26...tied season-high four hits, September 22 vs. Detroit...signed with Detroit as free agent, December 19. 2002 Hit .240 (109-for-455) with 14 homers and 62 RBI in 126 games (105 starts in left field, one start in center field, and nine starts at designated hitter)...was ninth different player in the last nine seasons to open a season for Yankees in left field and the 12th in the last 14 seasons, 1989-'02...hit his first home run as a Yankee-a gamewinning, two-run shot-in eighth-inning of April 9 win at Toronto...made first start in center field since October 3, 1999 (with Montreal at Philadelphia) in April 18 win vs. Baltimore...was 2-for-3 with game-winning, two-run eighth-inning double in May 28 win at Chicago-his fourth straight multi-hit game...missed three games (June 10-12) with partially torn extensor tendon in the left middle fingerb&suffered injury checking swing in his first at-bat on June 9 vs. San Francisco...remained in game and was 1-for-4 with one run, one double and two RBI...collected his 1,000th career hit with a fourth-inning single and was 2-for-5 with one run in July 13 win at Cleveland...was 1-for-4 in August 17 win at Seattle, snapping career-long 0-for-27 stretch (surpassed 0-for-23 streaks in 1999 with Montreal and 2002 with New York)...tied a career high with three doubles on 9/22 at Detroit (also on May 20, 2000 vs. Houston with Montreal)...drove in the 500th run of his career with a pinch-hit fielders choice on September 27 at Baltimore...hit .295 (13-for-44) with eight doubles, two homers and 11 RBI in his final 12 games of the season...hit solo home run and was 1-for-3 in Game One of the Division Series, but strained his left hamstring and did not play again in the series 2001 Despite playing in 95 games, Rondell was one of the Cubsb top offensive performers batting, .307 (99-for-323) with 19 doubles, 17 homers and 50 RBI...also batted .358 (29-for-81) with runners in scoring position...appeared in just 95 games (88 starts), as he missed most of the second half with a strained left groin muscle...started 66 of the Cubsb first 74 games before going on the disabled list from June 26-July 12 with the groin injury...after just two starts (July 12-13), he returned to the DL after reaggravating the injury and was out of action until September 28 games leading up to the injury, he had batted .386 (39-for-101) with nine homers, eight doubles and 20 22 games after coming off the DL, he hit .323 (21-for-65) with four homers and 14 RBI...made his sixth career Opening Day start April 2, going 2-for-3 with a double and one RBI against his former Montreal teammates...hit his first homer of the season on April 9 at Montreal (off Britt Reames) in his first atbat as a visiting player at Olympic Stadium...had a career-high 17-game hitting streak from May 23-June 13, batting .439 (29-for-66) with nine homers and 19 part of the stretch, he homered in three consecutive contests from June 9-12...was named the National Leaguebs Player of the Week for the week of June 4-10 b the second time he won the leaguebs weekly award...over a six-game span against St. Louis and the White Sox, he went 11-for-22 with four homers, seven RBI, a 1.091 slugging percentage and a .607 on-base percentage...his 10th-inning RBI single on June 7 scored Sammy Sosa with the winning run in a 4-3 victory over St. Louis...had a four-RBI game September 19 at Cincinnati, going 2-for-4 with a two-run homer, a run-scoring single and a runscoring ground out...the next afternoon against the Reds, he went 4- for-4 with a homer and two RBI. 2000 Split the season between the Expos and Cubs, batting .311 (111- for-357) with 26 doubles, 13 homers and 61 RBI...was acquired from Montreal 7/31 in exchange for RHP Scott Downs...hit .328 in 19 games for the Cubs before his season came to an early close...on 9/26 vs. Los Angeles, he dislocated his left shoulder sliding headfirst into second base during a steal attempt...after going RBI-less during his first 14 games with the Cubs, he ended the drought on 8/22 at Houston, going 4-for-5 with 2 homers (both off Brian Powell) and 4 was his seventh career 2-homer game...was on the disabled list at the time of his trade to the Cubs (was placed on the DL July 8 with a strained right hamstring)...after being activated on 8/6, he made his Cubs debut that day in San Diego as a pinch hitter...with the Expos, he batted .307 in 75 games with 24 doubles, 11 homers and 54 RBI...on 6/16 against the Cubs at Wrigley Field, he went 4-for-5 with 4 R, 2 HR and 4 RBI...his second homer that day b a solo shot off Todd Van Poppel b was the 100th roundtripper of his Major-League career...for the season, he made just one error in 92 starts in leftfield (204 total chances)...underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on 10/20 (Dr. Michael Schafer). 1999 Batted a career-high .312 in 138 games with 26 doubles, 6 triples, 22 homers and 64 RBI...batted out of the leadoff spot in 49 games, hitting .321 in those contests...led off three games with homers (8/13 off Colorado's Jamey Wright, 8/18 off San Francisco's Russ Ortiz, and 9/25 off Atlanta's Terry Mulholland) b giving him five for his career... went deep in three consecutive contests 8/13 (doubleheader) and 8/14 at Colorado...reached the 20-homer run mark for the second time in his career on 9/11, going deep off San Diego's Andy Ashby...started 68 games in centerfield and 66 games in leftfield...was on the disabled list twice due to a strained right hamstring (6/14-29, and 7/2-17)...suffered the injury on 6/13 while running for a ball in leftfield. 1998 Was hitting .300 on 7/20 when his season came to an abrupt end when he fractured his right ring finger attempting to catch a Mike Lieberthal line drive vs. Philadelphia...also tore ligaments in the finger...underwent surgery on 7/24 in which a pin was inserted to stabilize the fracture...the pin was removed five weeks later...the surgery was performed by Dr. Jorge Schwarz and Dr. Larry Coughlin...started Montreal's first 96 games (81 in center, 15 in left)...then, after taking a day off, he suffered his season-ending injury in his next contest...homered in three consecutive games for the first time during his career from 6/17-19. 1997 Appeared in a career-high 151 games and hit .270 with 29 doubles, 28 homers and 82 RBI...was utilized solely in centerfield and led N.L. outfielders in fielding percentage (.992), total chances (385) and putouts (376)...his fielding percentage was the top mark in Expos history for a centerfielder...tied a club record with 7 at-bats in a 9-inning game 5/7 at San Francisco...had four hitsbincluding a homerband 3 runs scored in the Expos' 19-3 win. 1996 Despite spending two months of the season on the disabled list, he hit .293 in 88 games with 29 extra-base hits and 14 steals...on 4/27 at Coors Field, he made a spectacular warning track diving catch of a Larry Walker the process, he bruised his left kidney and spleen...was out of action until July 16...hit his second career grand slam on 8/18 off Los Angeles' Tom Candiotti. 1995 Batted .295 with 33 doubles, 13 homers and 57 RBI during his first full season in the Majors...hit for the cycle on 6/ 11 at San Francisco, going 6-for-7 with 5 runs scored and 3 RBI...was just the second player in modern history to collect 6 hits in a game while hitting for the cycle, joining Detroit's Bobby Veach (1920)...set an Expos franchise record for hits in a game and tied a club mark for runs scored...the previous day, he scored 4 runs against the Giants...his 2-game totals: 8-for-11, 9 runs scored, 5 extra-base hits, 6 RBI...for his efforts, he won the N.L. Player of the Week Award for 6/5-11... his first hit of the campaign--in his first start of the season--was a solo homer off the Cubs' Kevin Foster on 4/28 at Wrigley Field...hit his first career grand slam 5/28 off Los Angeles' Felix Rodriguez...stole home as part of a double steal on 8/29 at San Diego. 1994 Split the season between Montreal and the Expos' Ottawa (AAA) club, playing in 82 total games...was on the Expos' Opening Day roster...batted .278 in 40 games for the Expos and .272 in 42 Triple-A affairs...on 7/24 vs. Los Angeles, he went 4-for-5 with a double and a homer, and drove in all seven Montreal runs in a 7-4 victory. 1993 Played for Harrisburg (AA) and Ottawa (AAA) en route to reaching the majors...was recalled by the Expos in September and hit .260 in 23 games with two homers and 15 RBI...made his M.L. debut on 9/1 at Colorado, starting in leftfield...picked up his first 2 hits in his second start 9/3 at Houston (both off Darryl Kile)...hit his first Major-League homer on 9/4 off Houston's Greg Swindell...on 9/6 against the Rockies at Olympic Stadium, he dislocated the little finger of his left hand while making a diving catch...returned to action as a pinch hitter the next night...had his first 4-hit game on 9/24 at New York...batted .328 in 90 games for Harrisburg and .380 in 37 games for Harrisburg, he was named to the Eastern League and Double-A all-star teams...also earned "Star of Stars" recognition as the league's all-star game MVP.