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Mendy Lopez MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.242 6 40 7 .643

Mendy Lopez Bio

  • Full Name: Mendy Lopez
  • Born: 10/15/1973 in Pimentel, Dominican Republic
  • High School: Liceo Los Trinitarios, DOM
  • Debut: June 3, 1998
  • Last Game: 5/27/2004
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 422 45 102 6 40 7 .242 .292 .643

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Mendy Lopez Awards

MEX Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2006 Monterrey MEX
2007
2008 Monterrey MEX
2011 Puebla MEX

Caribbean Series All-Star

Year Team League
2007 Dom. Rep. 1 CS

Mendy Lopez Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
April 12, 2013 Rieleros de Aguascalientes signed free agent 3B Mendy Lopez.
June 21, 2012 Rieleros de Aguascalientes activated 1B Mendy Lopez.
June 11, 2012 Rieleros de Aguascalientes placed 1B Mendy Lopez on the reserve list.
March 16, 2012 Rieleros de Aguascalientes signed free agent 1B Mendy Lopez.
March 12, 2011 Pericos de Puebla signed free agent 1B Mendy Lopez.
December 31, 2010 1B Mendy Lopez elected free agency.
June 29, 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey activated 1B Mendy Lopez.
March 16, 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey placed 1B Mendy Lopez on the reserve list.
June 14, 2009 Sultanes de Monterrey placed 3B Mendy Lopez on the 7-day disabled list.

Mendy Lopez Bio Info

Mendy Aude Lopez and his wife Jazmine reside in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic...they have a daughter, Carson (7/10/97) and a son Mendy (1/31/01). Graduated from Liceio bLos bTrinitanosb High School in Santo Domingo in 1992. 2003
  • Made the Opening Day roster for the 1st time in his career...1 of 2 non-roster invites to make the roster (also Mike DiFelice)...returned to KC after playing for the Royals from 1998-99.
  • Hit a career-best .277, going 26-for-94...played in 52 games, his most since playing in 74 in his 1st stint as a Royal in 1998.
  • Collected his 1st hit and RBI of the season with an RBI double at Cleveland on April 12.
  • Started at 3B on April 13 at Cleveland for his 1st start at 3rd base since Oct. 7, 2001.
  • Stole home in the 4th inning to give KC the 4-0 lead in the club's 7-6 loss to Oakland on May 31, marking just the 6th straight steal of home plate in club history...went 2-for-4 with an RBI single for his 3rd multi-hit game of the season.
  • Went on the 15-day D.L. on June 15...was reinstated from the 15-day D.L. on Aug. 12...had missed 53 games with a right calf strain.
  • Made his 1st start at 2nd base since being reinstated from the D.L. on Aug. 13 vs. NY...was 2-for-4 on the night and hit his 1st home run (a 2-run blast) since July 8, 2001 (with Houston at KC)...set a season-high with 2 RBI and tied a season-high with 2 hits (5th time).
  • Hit a 2-run homer vs. Minnesota on Aug. 16 for his 2nd of the season (4th career) after hitting just 2 home runs in his 1st 148 Major League games.
  • Had a season-best 6-game hitting streak from June 7-Aug. 16 (9-for-19, 2 HR, 6 RBI).
  • Hit a pinch-hit homer off Chicago's Bartolo Colon on Sept. 27...homered 3 times in his final 24 games after hitting just 2 homers in his 1st 148 games. 2002

    Spent the early portion of the season at the Pirates extended Spring Training facility in Bradenton, Fla., while rehabbing a right thumb fracture.

    Contract was purchased by Pittsburgh on April 24...went 0-for-3 (3 strikeouts) as a pinch hitter with the Pirates.

    Was designated for assignment on May 1 and joined Nashville (AAA) on May 6...led the Sounds with a career-high 72 RBI.

    Also ranked 2nd on the club with 60 runs scored and 3rd with 11 HRs...made 59 starts at shortstop, 37 at 3rd base and 3 at 2nd base.

    Led Nashville with 16 multi-RBI games...his .360 (41-114) average with runners in scoring position ranked 2nd on the team.

    Was Nashville's lone representative at the 2002 Triple-A All-Star game in Oklahoma City on July 10, where he stroked a double and scored a run in his only plate appearance to help the Pacific Coast League All-Stars defeat the International League All-Stars, 5-0.

    Had an 11-game hitting streak (19-47, .404) from May 18-28.

    Drove in a season-high 6 runs and went 4-for-5 on June 10 at Calgary.

    Homered in back-to-back games at Salt Lake and Memphis on Aug. 8-9...had errorless streaks of 27 games (May 14-June 14) and 33 games (July 4-Aug. 12). 2001

    Began the season with New Orleans (Astros AAA)...had contract purchased by Houston on June 29.

    Made his 1st appearance with the Astros on June 30 and singled as a pinch hitter at Milwaukee...made the 1st of 2 starts for Houston on July 8 at Kansas City (2nd base)...Went 2-for-4 in the game with 3 runs scored, a HR and 3 RBI, which tied a career high.

    Also started at 3rd base on July 25 at St. Louis...went hitless in his last 9 at bats with the Astros...was designated for assignment on Aug. 11 and claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh on Aug. 13.

    Made 1st appearance with the Pirates as a starter at 2nd base on Aug. 15 at Arizona and singled off Curt Schilling in his 1st at bat.

    Tied career high with 3 hits (single, double, triple) on Oct. 2 at New York (NL)...had a 2-RBI performance on Oct. 6 at Chicago (NL).

    Made a total of 7 starts at 2nd base, 2 at shortstop and 1 at 3rd base while playing with Pittsburgh...made his lone fielding error while playing 2nd base on Sept. 7 vs. Cincinnati.

    Outrighted off 40-man roster on Oct. 22. 2000 Spent most of the season with Calgary (Marlins' AAA), but did reach the major leagues for the third consecutive season... Suffered a hamstring injury on 3/14 and was reinstated from the disabled list on 6/23... Collected a team-high three doubles on 7/17 vs. Salt Lake and posted four hits the following day... Drove in a season-high four runs on 7/20 vs. Salt Lake... Had his contract purchased from Calgary on 7/29, making his Marlins debut as a pinch-hitter vs. Arizona (ground out)... Appeared in the next three games (all as a pinch-hitter), going 0-for-3 with a walk and a strikeout, before returning to the Cannons... Upon his return to Calgary, went 35-for-102 (.343) in August with four home runs and eight RBI... Hit safely in his last 10 games, going 17-for-44 (.386) from 8/24-9/4. 1999 Began the season with Omaha (Royals' AAA) before being called up to the parent club on 9/3... Played in just seven games with Kansas City before breaking his left forearm with a pitch on 9/11 vs. Texas... Established a career high with three hits and three RBI in a 7-3 win vs. Texas on 9/10... Went 2-for-4 with a run scored on 9/7 vs. New York (AL). 1998 Split season between Omaha and Kansas City... Finished the year as Kansas City's everyday shortstop after being called up for a second time from Omaha on 6/22... Made 72 appearances at shortstop and two at third base... Made his major league debut on 6/3 vs. Chicago (AL) as a defensive replacement... Notched his first big league hit on 6/4 vs. Chicago (single off Jaime Navarro)... Tallied nine hits in his first 30 at bats (.300)... Produced a career-high 10-game hitting streak from 9/11-21, hitting .371 (13-for-35) during the streak... Hit his first major league homer on 9/12 vs. Seattle off Jamie Moyer... Went 2-for-4 with two doubles, two RBI and a run scored on 8/29 at Baltimore... Was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI on 9/17 at Chicago (AL)... Batted .313 (26-for-83) with runners in scoring position.

    1997...
    Began season with Omaha before being demoted to Wichita (Royals' AA) on 5/9... Returned to Omaha on 8/28... Converted to shortstop after playing 211 of 281 games from 1994-96 at third base.

    1996...
    Spent entire season with Wichita... Was selected to play in the Texas League All-Star game... Suffered a fractured left index finger sliding into a base on 7/13, ending his season... Tied for the league lead with 28 double plays by a third baseman... Tabbed as the Royals' No. 8 prospect by Baseball America after the season.

    1995...
    Spent entire season with Wilmington (Royals' A)... Ranked fifth in the Carolina League in doubles.

    1994...
    Spent entire season with the Gulf Coast Royals... Named the No. 6 prospect in the league by Baseball America... Led the league in doubles, RBI and extra-base hits while ranking second in average, hits, runs total bases (125) and slugging percentage (.532)... Was tops among Gulf Coast shortstops with a .971 fielding percentage, 154 assists, 80 putouts and 29 double plays... Named to the Gulf Coast League All-Star Team and the Topps/NAPBL Class-A Short Season/Rookie League All-Star Team... Tabbed as a "Star of Stars" by Howe SportsData.

    1993...
    Spent his second straight season with the DSL Royals.

    1992...
    Spent his first professional season with the DSL Royals in the Dominican Republic.
    1997 Began season with Omaha before being demoted to Wichita (Royals' AA) on 5/9... Returned to Omaha on 8/28... Converted to shortstop after playing 211 of 281 games from 1994-96 at third base. 1996 Spent entire season with Wichita... Was selected to play in the Texas League All-Star game... Suffered a fractured left index finger sliding into a base on 7/13, ending his season... Tied for the league lead with 28 double plays by a third baseman... Tabbed as the Royals' No. 8 prospect by Baseball America after the season. 1995 Spent entire season with Wilmington (Royals' A)... Ranked fifth in the Carolina League in doubles. 1994 Spent entire season with the Gulf Coast Royals... Named the No. 6 prospect in the league by Baseball America... Led the league in doubles, RBI and extra-base hits while ranking second in average, hits, runs total bases (125) and slugging percentage (.532)... Was tops among Gulf Coast shortstops with a .971 fielding percentage, 154 assists, 80 putouts and 29 double plays... Named to the Gulf Coast League All-Star Team and the Topps/NAPBL Class-A Short Season/Rookie League All-Star Team... Tabbed as a "Star of Stars" by Howe SportsData. 1993 Spent his second straight season with the DSL Royals. 1992 Spent his first professional season with the DSL Royals in the Dominican Republic.