Corey Koskie #47

  • 3B
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 3"/220

Corey Koskie MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.275 124 506 71 .825

Corey Koskie Bio

  • Full Name: Cordel Leonard Koskie
  • Born: 6/28/1973 in Anola, MB, Canada
  • Draft: 1994, Minnesota Twins, 26th rd. (715th overall)
  • College: Kwantlen Polytechnic, BC
  • Debut: 9/9/1998
  • Last Game: 7/5/2006
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 3399 516 936 124 506 71 .275 .367 .825

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Awards

Corey Koskie Awards

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/22/2003 Minnesota AL

Twins Carl R. Pohlad Award

Year Team League
2001 Minnesota AL

Corey Koskie Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2000 .300 25th in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2001 26 23rd in AL
2004 25 23rd in AL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
2001 103 17th in AL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2001 27 15th in AL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2001 .850 25th in AL
2003 .845 25th in AL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2000 .400 15th in AL
2002 .368 20th in AL
2003 .393 11th in AL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2001 .488 24th in AL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
2001 100 15th in AL

Walks

Season BB Rank
2000 77 23rd in AL
2001 68 22nd in AL
2002 72 19th in AL
2003 77 11th in AL

Doubles

Season 2B Rank
2001 37 13th in AL
2002 37 12th in AL

Strikeouts

Season SO Rank
2000 104 24th in AL
2001 118 18th in AL
2002 127 10th in AL
2003 113 14th in AL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2002 11 5th in AL
2003 5 24th in AL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2001 12 14th in AL
2002 9 15th in AL
2004 12 10th in AL

Cordel Leonard Koskie Bio Info

Married to Shannon (Merritt) and has three sons: Bradley, Joshua and Caleb...1991 graduate of Springfield Collegiate High School in Oakbank, Manitoba, where he played baseball, hockey and volleyball...Attended University of Manitoba from 1991-92...Played Junior Ahockey and was MVP at volleyball nationals...Attended Des Moines Area Community College in Boone, IA, where he played baseball from 1992-93...Attended Kwantlen College in Surrey, British Columbia, and played in National Baseball Institute from 1993-94...Was the 2001 recipient of the Carl R. Pohlad Award recognizing outstanding community service throughout the Upper Midwest...Selected by the Manitoba Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association as the 2001 Manitoba Male Athlete of the Year...Was the 2001 Tip O'Neill Award Co-Winner (Larry Walker) as Canadian Player of the Year...Designates time and effort in support of Athletes in Action, Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners...Was the 2003 Twins representative for the Roberto Clemente Award. 2006 Batted .261 with 12 HR and 33 RBI in 76 games.....made 69 starts, all at third base...Was acquired from Toronto on 1/6 in exchange for RHP Brian Wolfe...Participated in the World Baseball Classic as a member of Team Canada (3g, .182, 1hr, 2rbi)...Made his Brewers debut on 4/4 vs. Pittsburgh and went 2-for-3 with a walk...Went 15 games to start the season without an RBI.....hit his first home run and recorded his first RBI as a Brewer on 4/24 vs. Atlanta with a 2-run shot off Kyle Davies...Collected a season-high 3 hits twice: 4/9 vs. Arizona and 5/23 at Cincinnati...Missed 5 games with a concussion from 7/6-7/14.....the injury occurred on 7/5 vs. Cincinnati when he fell while chasing a pop-up...Placed on the 15-day disabled list on 7/15, retroactive to 7/6, with post-traumatic concussion syndrome.....missed the remainder of the season...Placed on the 60-day disabled list on 9/11 and reinstated on 10/31...Is 11 games shy of 1,000 and 64 hits shy of 1,000. 2005 Batted .249 with 11 home runs and 36 RBI in 97 games with Toronto, making 94 starts (75-3B, 19-DH)...Became the 12th Canadian to have appeared in a Major League game as a member of the Blue Jays...On April 9 vs. Boston hit his first home run as a Blue Jay off David Wells, making him the 5th Canadian to homer for the Blue Jays (also McKay, Hodgson, Ducey, Pond)...April 19 at Boston hit his second homer of the season off Bronson Arroyo and matched a career high with four hits (11th time)...April 27 vs. Tampa Bay recorded his 800th career hit with a single in the 4th inning...May 1 at NewYork (A) hit his fifth homer of the season off Carl Pavano, his second home run in as many games...May 19 at Minnesota, left the game in the second inning after fracturing his right thumb while sliding into second base...May 20 was placed on the 15-day Disabled List...Completed a rehab assignment with Syracuse, going 6-for-25 with two doubles, two RBI and three walks in seven games...July 25 was activated off the 15-day Disabled List...Was 50-200 (.250) from his return off the Disabled List through the end of the season...Prior to the All-Star Break batted .248 with seven home runs and 16 RBI in 38 games...After the break batted .249 with four home runs and 20 RBI in 59 games... August 3 at Chicago (A) had a season high 10-game hit streak snapped which dated back to May 17...over that stretch batted .297 (11-37) with two doubles and two RBI...September 9 at Tampa Bay hit his 11th HR (one-run) off Seth McClung...Had a seven-game hit-streak from September 20-27, batting .364, (8-22) with three doubles and two RBI...At Rogers Centre batted .269 with five home runs and 17 RBI, while on the road he hit .227 with six home runs and 19 RBI...10 of his 11 home runs were solo shots...Had a .968 fielding percentage at third, making 52 putouts, 158 assists and seven errors. 2004 Batted .251 with 25 home runs and 71 RBI in 118 games... The 25 home runs were the most since the 2001 season when he hit a career high 26... On April 10 at DET, slammed his first home run since July 5, 2003 (a span of 181 at-bats)... From April 10-14, hit three home runs over a span of four games... DL STINT: Was placed on the 15-day disabled list from May 13-27 with a strained sternum... BEFORE AND AFTER: Prior to the All-Star Break batted .245 with 13 home runs and 37 RBI (.331 OBP)... Following the break he batted .259 with 12 home runs and 34 RBI (.356 OBP)... Had a two-homer game on June 1 vs. TB which matched a career high, 8th time... In the same game, matched his career high with three runs scored, 9th time... HOTIN AUGUST: Had his most productive month in August when he batted .293 (24-82) with eight home runs and a total of 16 RBI in 22 games... Recorded a career high 14-game hit streak from August 10-26... Batted .358 (19-53) with seven home runs, 14 RBI and scored 13 runs over that stretch... Scored at least one run in nine straight games from August 15-24 (11 total)... Recorded one or more RBI in nine of his last 11 games in the month of August (13 total)... Had a game-winning two-run homer in the 10th inning, to defeat CLE August 15 (W4-2)... Homered in three consecutive games from August 20-22... Hit his 100th career home run off Mark Buehrle on September 20 at CWS... Batted .260 (75-289) with 20 home runs and 52 RBI vs. right-handers while hitting left-hand pitching at a .233 (31-133) clip including five home runs and 19 RBI... In the Metrodome, batted .235 with 16 home runs and 32 RBI while batting .268 with nine home runs and 39 RBI on the road... IN THE FIELD: Ranked 6th among AL third baseman with a .963 fielding percentage (297 total chances)... IN THE POST SEASON: Batted .308 (4-13) with two RBI and two runs scored while posting an OBP of .474 in three games vs. the New York Yankees. 2003 Season-high 8-game hit-streak,going 10-32 (.313),April 10-18 ...hit safely in 10 of 11 games,15-43 (.349),April 26-May 8 ...was 9-25 (.360)in 6 games,May 12-17 ...ninth career 4-hit game,June 11 vs.Colorado ...hit safely in 8 of 9 games,going 20-33 (.606), June 11-19 ...10th career 4-hit game,sixth career 2-homer game and career-high 6 rbi,June 19 at Kansas City...hit safely in 13 of 14 games,June 21-July 5 ...homered in consecutive games,June 21-22 and July 4-5 ...disabled with strained lower back,July 12- August 4 ...hit safely in 11 of 13 games,going 16-48 (.333),August 4-16 ...was 9-23 (.391)in 6 games,August 23-September 2 ... was 6-10 (.600)in 3 games,September 8-10 ...had seven game hit streak,9/18-27 ...had .973 (9 E,334 TC)fielding percentage at third base ...finished second in league in BA vs.righties,sixth in hardest to double up (93.8 ab 's/GIDP)and tied for sixth in sacrifice flies (9). 2002 Hit safely in 11 of 12 games, April 12-25 . . . was 13-24 (.541) in 7 games, May 1-7 . . . fifth career 2-homer game, including walk-off homer in 10th inning, May 2 vs. Tampa Bay . . . disabled with pulled right hamstring, May 8-24 . . . tied season-high 3 rbi, June 4 vs. Cleveland . . . hit safely in 13 of 14 games, going 19-44 (.396), June 23-July 6 . . . tied career-high 13-game hit-streak, going 18-51 (.353), July 19-August 2 . . . had game-winning rbi 10th inning, August 4 vs. Kansas City . . . hit safely in 7 of 9 games, going 9-26 (.346), August -September 6 . . . tied season-high 3 hits, September 6 vs. Oakland . . . hit safely in 8 of 10 games, going 11-36 (.306), September 9-21 . . . had game-winning 2-run homer in 8th inning, September 27 vs. Chicago . . . had .969 (12 E, 383 TC) fielding percentage at third base . . . tied for club lead in doubles . . . tied career-high in doubles 2001 Signed three-year contract with option for 2004, March 15 . . . had 8-game hit-streak, June 26-July 3 . . . had 3 homers in 2 games, July 1-2 . . . tied career-high 5 rbi, July 5 at Chicago . . . third-career 2-homer game and eighth-career 4-hit game (fifth of season), July 12 at Milwaukee . . . season-high 9 game hit-streak, going 13-30 (.433), July 28-August 7 . . . fourth-career 2-homer game (third of season), August 18 vs. Tampa Bay . . . had 9 rbi in 5 games, September 4-8 . . . became first Twins since Gary Gaetti in 1987 to reach the 25-plus homer and 100-plus rbi mark, September 27 at Chicago . . . hit safely in 8 consecutive games, going 15-34 (.441), September 4-18 . . . became first American League third baseman and second third baseman in major league history with 100-plus runs, 25-plus homers, 100-plus rbi and 25-plus stolen bases . . . was 40-165 (.242) with 6 homers vs. lefthanders and 115-397 (.290) with 20 homers vs. righthanders . . . had .964 (15 E, 416 TC) fielding percentage at third base . . . led club in runs, rbi, total bases (274), hit-by-pitch, walks and slugging percentage (.488), was second in hits, doubles, home runs and stolen bases and third in at-bats. 2000 Hit safely in 21 of 24 games, going 30-79 (.380), June 2-30 . . . second career 4-hit game and game-winning rbi single in 10th inning, May 12 at Chicago . . . had 41-game errorless-streak, May 16-July 14 . . . career-high 13-game hit-streak, going 17-42 (.405) with 2 homers and 12 rbi, June 12-27. . . homered in consecutive games, July 8-9 . . . third career 4-hit game, September 13 at Oakland . . . tied season-high 3-rbi, September 16 at Anaheim . . . game-winning rbi in 10th inning, September 28 at Cleveland . . . was 112-384 (.292) with 9 homers vs. righthanders and 30-90 (.333) with no homers vs. lefthanders . . . had .966 (12 E, 349 TC) fielding percentage at third base . . . established career-highs in games, at-bats, runs, hits, doubles, triples, rbi, walks and stolen bases . . . was second on club in batting and walks, third in doubles, and fourth in rbi . . . ranked fourth among league third basemen in fielding percentage. 1999 Career-high 5 RBI, April 8 vs. Toronto ... first career 2-homer game, April 15 at Detroit ... season-high 8-game hit streak, going 16-30 (.533) with 2 homers and 6 RBI, June 1-12 ... season-high 4 hits, June 12 at Milwaukee ... first career grand slam off Frank Rodriguez, July 24 vs. Seattle ... had 41-game errorless streak, August 4-October 1 ... was 94-297 (.316) with 11 homers vs. right-handers and 12-45 (.267) with no homers vs. left-handers ... made 79 appearances at third base and 25 in right field ... had .962 (7 E, 183 TC) fielding percentage at third base ... was 6-10 (.600) as pinch-hitter ... was 37-107 (.346) with runners in scoring position ... led club in pinch-hits and was third in home runs and RBI ... was selected third baseman on Topps' All-Rookie Team. 1998 Began season at Salt Lake ... had 2-homer game and season-high 5 RBI, May 6 at New Orleans ... second 2-homer game of season, May 13 vs. Nashville ... hit safely in 14 of 15 games, June 10-25 ... season-high 4 hits, July 31 at Tucson ... Twins' Minor League Player of the Week, going 16-32 (.500) with one homer and 9 RBI, July 31-August 6 ... season-high 9-game hit streak, going 19-44 (.432), August 23-31 ... tied season-high 4 hits and third 2-homer game of season, August 30 at Omaha ... Twins' Minor League Player of the Month for August, going 45-124 (.363) with 7 homers and 28 RBI ... recalled September 8 ... made major league debut, September 9 at Anaheim ... singled off Tim Worrell for first big league hit, September 12 vs. Oakland ... first major league home run off Jim Parque, September 23 vs. Chicago ... batted .320 with 22 homers vs. right-handers and .250 with 4 homers vs. left-handers at Salt Lake ... batted .285 with runners in scoring position and .305 with runners on base at Salt Lake ... was third in league in hits, RBI and runs, tied for third in games, was fourth in total bases (272) and tied for fifth in extra-base hits (63) ... rated Twins' ninth-best prospect and eighth-best prospect in Pacific Coast League by Baseball America. 1997 Hit safely in 17 of 19 games, going 24-69 (.348), May 2-24 ... had 25-game errorless-streak, May 22-June 16 ... reached base safely in 32 games, May 27-June 28 ... 2-homer game, June 11 at Bowie ... Twins' Minor League Player of the Week, going 8-19 (.421) with 3 homers and 7 RBI, June 6-12 ... homered in consecutive games, July 11-12 ... tied season-high 6-game hit streak (fifth of season), going 10-24 (.417), August 10-15 ... batted .264 with 7 homers vs. left-handers and .295 with 16 homers vs. right-handers ... was 3-10 (.300) with 10 RBI with bases loaded ... led club in runs, hits, total bases (232), triples, home runs and RBI ... had .933 fielding percentage (22 E, 328 TC) ... tied for league lead in intentional walks (10), was third in walks, fourth in on-base percentage (.414) and tied for fifth in runs ... led league third baseman in games (125) ... was second in organization in walks, fourth in home runs, slugging percentage (.531) and on-base percentage, fifth in runs, tied for fifth in triples, was eighth in total bases and ninth in RBI ... named to Howe Sportsdata's Eastern League All-Star team ... batted .299 with 10 homers and 21 RBI in 32 games for Sun Cities in Arizona Fall League ... named to Arizona Fall League All-Star team and voted top prospect at third base. 1996 Disabled with pulled right hamstring, May 10-28 ... homered in 6 of 10 games, May 31-June 10 ... homered in 3 consecutive games, June 2-4 vs. Sarasota ... tied season-high 6-game hit streak, going 7-21 (.333) with 4 home runs and 8 RBI, June 2-8 ... disabled with pulled right hamstring, June 25-July 4 ... 5 of 9 home runs were in June ... tied for club lead in home runs. 1995 Was 21-53 (.396) with 2 homers and 10 RBI in 13 games, June 13-July 1 ... selected to Midwest League All-Star game, June 20 at West Michigan ... homered in consecutive games, July 15-16 ... was 24-68 (.353) with 15 RBI in 19 games, July 16-August 6 ... Midwest League Player of the Week, July 16-22 ... Twins' Minor League Player of the Week, going 10-24 (.417) with 5 RBI, August 11-17 ... Midwest League Player of the Week, August 13-19 ... led club in homers and RBI ... was second in league in extra-base hits (58), tied for second in doubles, was third in hits, fourth in total bases (238), fifth in slugging percentage (.515), tied for fifth in home runs and was eighth in batting. 1994 First professional home run, July 30 vs. Kingsport.