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.265 253 1110 53 .769

Todd Zeile Bio

  • Full Name: Todd Edward Zeile
  • Born: 9/9/1965 in Van Nuys, CA
  • Draft: 1986, St. Louis Cardinals, 2nd rd. (55th overall)
  • College: UCLA
  • Debut: August 18, 1989
  • Ret., Final Game: 10/3/2004
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MLB Career Stats 7573 986 2004 253 1110 53 .265 .346 .769


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Todd Zeile Awards

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/25/1999 Texas AL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/25/1993 St. Louis NL

Todd Zeile Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
1991 .280 21st in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
1994 19 14th in NL
1997 31 9th in NL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
1991 81 21st in NL
1993 103 7th in NL
1994 75 15th in NL
1997 90 22nd in NL
2002 87 24th in NL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
1991 .353 22nd in NL
1992 .352 23rd in NL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
1997 89 24th in NL


Season BB Rank
1990 67 18th in NL
1991 62 22nd in NL
1992 68 14th in NL
1993 70 20th in NL
1994 52 14th in NL
1996 67 21st in NL
1997 85 7th in NL
2000 74 24th in NL
2001 73 19th in NL
2002 66 24th in NL


Season H Rank
1991 158 16th in NL


Season 2B Rank
1991 36 3rd in NL
1993 36 10th in NL
1994 25 18th in NL
1999 41 5th in AL
2000 36 19th in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
1991 155 10th in NL
1993 157 11th in NL
1994 113 5th in NL
1997 160 5th in NL
1999 156 17th in AL
2000 153 20th in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
1991 565 17th in NL
1993 571 19th in NL
1994 415 23rd in NL
1997 575 16th in NL
1999 588 23rd in AL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
1991 638 17th in NL
1993 647 18th in NL
1994 477 15th in NL
1997 672 12th in NL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
1991 233 22nd in NL
1994 195 25th in NL
1997 264 21st in NL
1999 287 25th in AL


Season SO Rank
1991 94 20th in NL
1997 112 18th in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
1991 11 14th in NL
1992 10 12th in NL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
1991 5 12th in NL

Todd Edward Zeile Bio Info

Married to Julianne McNamara, gold medalist in gymnastics at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles...Children: Garrett (11/27/93) and Hannah (11/7/97)...Graduated from Hart High School (CA)...Played three seasons for UCLA (1984-86) where he hit .331 with 26 homers and 94 RBI...Was all-Pac in 1986, the same year he captained the Bruins to the conference title...The day he was born (Sept. 9, 1965), Sandy Koufax threw a perfect game. 2004 Closed out a solid Major League career in the season finale against Montreal. Zeile hit nine homers and drove in 35 runs in 348 at-bats, collecting his 200th career hit on Sept. 19 in Pittsburgh. He started at catcher for the first time in 14 years on Sept. 18 at Pittsburgh and also caught on Oct. 3 against Montreal. 2003 Split 2003 between the New York Yankees and Montreal Expos...batted a combined .227 (68-299) with 40 runs scored, 10 doubles, two triples, 11 home runs and 42 RBI in 100 games...hit .210 (39-186) with eight doubles, six home runs and 23 RBI in 66 games for the Yankees...was signed by the Expos on Aug. 20 as a free agent after he was released by New York on Aug. 34 games with Montreal, he batted .257 (29-113) with two doubles, two triples, five home runs and 19 RBI. 2002 Zeile batted .273 (138x506) with 18 HR and 87 RBI in 144 games with Colorado...Made his 11th Opening Day start on April 2 at St. Louis, his first at third base since 1999...With his home run in the home opener on April 8 vs Houston, he tied a major league record by becoming only the third player to homer in nine different uniforms since 1990...Tommy Davis and Dave Martinez are the others...The team-by-team breakdown of his 233 career homes: St. Louis 75; Los Angeles 38; New York Mets 32; Texas 30; Philadelphia 20; Colorado 18; Chicago Cubs 9; Florida 6, Baltimore 5...Homered in all three games in the Houston series in Denver, the third time in his career with homers in three consecutive games, also on May 3-5, 1998 and July 7-11, 1996...On June 20 vs the Yankees, hit a walk-off GW 3-run shot in the 10th off Steve Karsay...Drove in a season-high 5 runs on May 23 vs San Diego, one short of his career high set on August 8, 1994 at Florida...Recorded his 1000th career RBI on July 6 vs San Diego...Proved again to be one of the most patient batters in the game, seeing a NL best 4.31 pitches per plate appearance...Also took 65.2% of the pitches, a NL high and second in the majors to Seattle's John Olerud (66.4%)...His .942 (344/365) fielding mark was the 10th best among NL third basemen and his 23 defensive double players were tied for the 7th most...Made ML debut as a pitcher on September 14 vs Los Angeles, entering the game in the 9th inning of a 16-3 loss...After a leadoff single by Cesar Izturis, got Chad Krueter to ground out into 6-4-3 DP and then struck out Wilkin Ruan swinging...Joined Brent Mayne (8/22/00) as the only position players in Rockies history to pitch in a game. 2001 Batted .266 (141-for-531) with 10HR and 62RBI for the Mets...saw action in 151 contests, 145 at first base, despite playing a majority of the season with a bone spur in his right elbow...he reached two career milestones in the second month of the season, both coming on 5/5 vs. Arizona...he picked up his 1600th career hit and 900th RBI in a day when he went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI...the three hits tied a season high, done five times, but fell one short of his career high of four, set nine times, the last coming on 8/27/99 at Toronto (with Texas)...Zeile strung together a 13-game hit streak from 5/20-6/1, batting .380 (18-for-50) during the streak...on the year, he ranked second on the Mets in RBI with 62, trailing only Mike Piazzabs a team, New York knocked in 608 runs, the fewest in the majors, and Toddbs 62 accounted for 10 percent of them...with Toddbs 10 home runs, he now has double digit homers in his last nine seasons...he collected 37 multi-hit games on the year, again only trailing Piazza for the team lead who had 39...32 of those were two-hit games and the remaining five were all three-hitters...he also had 14 multi-RBI games; nine two-RBI games and four three-RBI outings...his best month of the season came in June, when the hit .302 (29-for-96) with three homers and 13 RBI...with runners in scoring position, Todd batted .317 (45-for-142) with six doubles, a triple and three homers. 2000 Cracked his 200th career home run, a two-run shot vs. the Rockies' Masato Yoshii, August 17th at Shea...Fashioned a season-high 13-game hitting streak from June 7th-June 24th...During that streak, he hit .389 (21-54) with a home run and 10 RBI...In 1999, he started 155 games at third base for the Texas Rangers...Prior to this year, he played 76 games at first base (73 starts) for his career...Entering this season, his last start at first base came as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies on August 28, 1996 at San Francisco...His last appearance at first base was June 1, 1999 vs. Kansas City...Hit two home runs, including his ninth career grand slam (Veres) at St. Louis on May 27th...Knocked in five runs in the game...Now has 12 games with two home runs in his career...Went 2-2 (two singles) to highlight the Mets' six-run fourth inning at Colorado on April 29th...For the season, he had 31, two-hit games and 10, three hit contests...Also had 19 multiple-RBI contests: 13 games with two RBI, five games with three and one game with five...Hit safely in 15 of 16 games between April 16th and May 3rd (21-60, .350)...Moved his average from .222 to .302 in that stretch...Knocked in 20 runs with five home runs in 14 games from May 26th-June 10th...From July 4th-July 20th, he hit safely in 13 of 14 games (17-54, .315). 1999 Started 155 games at third base...Established career highs in batting average, hits and doubles...Was tied for the team lead and was fifth in the American League with 41 doubles...Drove in 90 runs for the fourth straight year, one of only 18 major leaguers to accomplish that feat...Over the last four years, Todd leads the major leagues in innings played with 5,582.2 and ranks fifth in games played with 637...Had a career-best 17-game hitting streak from June 21st-July 10th, batting .429 (29-68) in that span...Also hit safely in 11 consecutive contests from July 19th-30th...Hit seven home runs in his first 23 games of the season...Collected two grand slams in September to give him seven for his career...Knocked in 21 runs during a 16-game stretch from July 16th-August 1st...Garnered American League Player-of-the-Week honors for the week of July 19th-25th and was the Rangers' Player-of-the-Month for August, when he hit .389 (35-90) with 23 RBI...Belted two home runs in consecutive contests twice during the season...Appeared at first base on June 1st vs. Kansas City...Hit .303 (88-290) on the road and .301 (52-173) with runners in scoring position...Played in 208 games, out of a possible 216 while with Texas...Was third in the American League with a .542 (13-24) batting average with the bases loaded. 1998 Began the year with the Dodgers before he was traded to Florida, along with Mike Piazza, in a seven-player trade on May 16th...Had a season-high four RBI on May 8th at Florida...Traded to Texas on July 31st and started 52 of the final 54 games of the season at third base...Set a Rangers' club record by reaching base in 11 consecutive plate appearances (five hits, six walks) from September 23rd-September 25th...Batted .336 (49-146) with men in scoring position and was 5-9 with 14 RBI with the bases loaded...Started all three games in the American League Division Series and hit a team-high .333 (3-9). 1997 Led Los Angeles and was tied for seventh in the National League in walks...Established career highs in home runs, runs, walks and games played...Played in his 1,000th major league game in his Los Angeles debut on April 1st vs. Philadelphia...Reached base in 11 straight plate appearances (seven hits, four walks) from September 3rd-September 7th...Belted two home runs in a game five times and hit the Dodgers' lone grand slam on September 7th vs. Florida. 1996 Split the season between the Baltimore Orioles and Philadelphia Phillies...Played in 28 games at first base...Was leading the Phillies in runs, doubles, RBI and walks before being traded to Baltimore...Started all 29 games with the Orioles at third base and hit safely in 17 of those contests...Hit .317 (13-41) with three home runs and five RBI in nine American League post-season games. 1995 Began the season on the Disabled List with a sore right thumb before being activated on May 8th...Started at first base for the Cardinals and was hitting .291 with five home runs and 22 RBI in 34 games before being traded to the Cubs...Was sidelined for the season with a right thumb contusion on September 10th. 1994 Led the Cardinals in RBI, tied for the team lead in home runs and was second in hits and doubles...Knocked in a career-high six runs on August 8th at Florida...Was fifth among National League third basemen with a .960 fielding percentage. 1993 Ranked seventh in the National League in RBI, which was the most by a Cardinals third baseman since Joe Torre had 137 in 1971...Drove in 60 runs after the All-Star break, the third most in the majors during that span...Had a then career-high 16 game hitting streak from June 29th-July 18th. 1992 Ranked fourth among National League third basemen with a .960 fielding percentage...Optioned to Louisville (AAA) of the American Association on August 10th...Was recalled August 31st. 1991 Led the Cardinals in games played, home runs and RBI in first full season at third base...Swiped a career-high 17 bases. 1990 Caught 105 games...Appeared in 11 games at first base and 24 at third base...Tossed out 34 percent of base runners attempting to steal. 1989 Made his major league debut on August 17th at Cincinnati...Recorded his first hit on August 18th and first home run on August 20th at Cincinnati...Started 21 games behind the plate for the Cardinals.