Doug Mientkiewicz #16

  • 1B
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 0" /210

Doug Mientkiewicz MLB Career Stats

3312 .271 66 405 14 .765

Doug Mientkiewicz Bio

  • Full Name: Douglas Andrew Mientkiewicz
  • Born: 6/19/1974 in Toledo, OH
  • Draft: 1995, Minnesota Twins, 5th rd. (128th overall)
  • College: Florida State
  • Debut: 9/18/1998
  • Last Game: 10/4/2009
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MLB Career Stats 3312 422 899 66 405 14 .271 .360 .765


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Doug Mientkiewicz Stats

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Doug Mientkiewicz Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
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Doug Mientkiewicz Statcast Events


Doug Mientkiewicz Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2004 Boston AL

Rawlings AL Gold Glove

Year Team League
2001 Minnesota AL

MLBPAA Royals Heart and Hustle Award

Year Team League
2006 Kansas City AL

Twins Calvin R. Griffith MVP Award

Year Team League
2001 Minnesota AL

Twins Carl R. Pohlad Award

Year Team League
2003 Minnesota AL

PCL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2000 Salt Lake City PCL

EAS Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
1998 New Britain EAS

FSL Coach of the Year

Year Team League
2014 Fort Myers FSL
2017 Fort Myers FSL

FSL Manager of the Year

Year Team League
2013 Fort Myers FSL

Doug Mientkiewicz Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2001 .306 15th in AL
2003 .300 18th in AL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2001 .851 24th in AL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2001 .387 11th in AL
2002 .365 21st in AL
2003 .393 9th in AL


Season BB Rank
2001 67 23rd in AL
2002 74 15th in AL
2003 74 13th in AL


Season H Rank
2001 166 16th in AL


Season 2B Rank
2001 39 8th in AL
2003 38 13th in AL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2001 9 21st in AL

Doug Mientkiewicz Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
May 13, 2010 1B Doug Mientkiewicz elected free agency.
May 8, 2010 1B Doug Mientkiewicz assigned to New Orleans Zephyrs from Jamestown Jammers.
April 29, 2010 Jamestown Jammers signed free agent Doug Mientkiewicz.
April 3, 2010 Los Angeles Dodgers released 1B Doug Mientkiewicz.
January 17, 2010 Los Angeles Dodgers signed free agent 1B Doug Mientkiewicz to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 5, 2009 1B Doug Mientkiewicz elected free agency.
October 26, 2009 Los Angeles Dodgers activated 1B Doug Mientkiewicz.
October 7, 2009 Los Angeles Dodgers reassigned 1B Doug Mientkiewicz to the minor leagues.
September 2, 2009 Los Angeles Dodgers activated 1B Doug Mientkiewicz from the 60-day disabled list.
September 1, 2009 Doug Mientkiewicz roster status changed by Inland Empire 66ers.
August 27, 2009 sent 1B Doug Mientkiewicz on a rehab assignment to Inland Empire 66ers.
August 10, 2009 sent 1B Doug Mientkiewicz on a rehab assignment to Albuquerque Isotopes.
July 28, 2009 sent 1B Doug Mientkiewicz on a rehab assignment to Albuquerque Isotopes.
April 30, 2009 Los Angeles Dodgers transferred 1B Doug Mientkiewicz from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
April 17, 2009 Los Angeles Dodgers placed 1B Doug Mientkiewicz on the 15-day disabled list. Dislocated Right shoulder

Douglas Andrew Mientkiewicz Bio Info

Douglas Andrew Mientkiewicz...he and his wife Jodi make their off-season home in Coral Gables, FL with their son Steel (10/11/05)... is a 1992 graduate of Westminster Christian High School in Miami, FL...played three seasons at Florida State University from 1993- 95...earned Baseball America Second-Team Freshman All-American honors in 1993...earned Second-Team All-ACC accolades in 1994 and 1995...played for Tommy Lasorda and the Gold Medal-winning Team USA squad at the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia... signed by Twins scout Brad Weitzel. 2009 Made the club with an impressive Spring Training and was the Dodgers' main left-handed pinch-hitter until suffering a season-altering injury two weeks into the season...Signed a minor league contract on February 26 and made the Opening Day roster after batting .268 with three home runs and 13 RBI in 23 Spring Training games...Went 3-for-11 (.273) with a double and two RBI in 12 pinch-hit appearances...M issed 123 games with a dislocated right shoulder after injuring it sliding into second base for a two-run double on April 16 vs. San Francisco...Played in 14 rehab games, batting .293 (17-for-58) with two homers and 12 RBI for Single-A Inland Empire and Triple-A Albuquerque...After returning from his injury on Sept. 2, singled in his first pinch-hit at-bat....went 4-for-13 in 13 games after the injury...In the final game of the season vs. Colorado on Oct. 4, went 3-for-4 with an RBI...was his only start all year...was his first three-hit contest since Aug. 11, 2008 at New York. 2008 Spent entire season with Pittsburgh after making the club as a non-roster invitee out of spring training...made 30 starts at third base, 30 at first and six in right field...Batted .326 (14-for-43) as a pinch hitter to rank seventh in the Majors...tied for fourth in the NL with 14 pinch hits...Made first career start at third base on 4/12 vs. Cincinnati...made first appearance in right field on April 30 at New York Mets, his first game there since May 15, 2003...had first career outfield assist on July 1 at Cincinnati...made all seven of his errors at third base (five fielding/two throwing)...Appeared in 1,000th career game on June 24 vs. New York Yankees, and went 2-for-3 with an RBI...Was ejected by umpire Eric Cooper on July 12 after discussing a call at second base on Albert Pujols...Was placed on the bereavement list on August 19 due to his wife Jodi having heart surgery...returned to the club on August 22. 2007 Spent nearly entire season with New York (AL)...Made two errors in 507 total chances in 70 games (48 starts) at first base...Made debut with Yankees on 4/2 vs. Tampa Bay and went 1-for-1 with a sacrifice hit and run scored...Snapped an 0-for-24 stretch on 4/15 at Oakland, tying the longest hitless streak of his career...Homered for the first time on 4/17 vs. Cleveland, hitting a solo shot off Jake Westbrook...Batted .400 (12-for-30) with eight RBI and nine runs scored during season-high, nine-game hitting streak from 4/29 thru 5/10...Went 3-for-4 with a double, solo home run and two runs scored on 5/23 vs. Boston. ...Went 2-for-3 with an RBI on 6/2 at Boston before leaving the game in the bottom of the seventh inning after colliding with Mike Lowell at first base while trying to catch a throw by Derek Jeter (tests performed at Massachusetts General Hospital revealed a mild concussion, cervical sprain and fractured scaphoid bone in his right wrist)...Had surgery performed on 6/12 at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, undergoing a surgical screw fixation of the carpal nevicular bone in his right wrist (surgery performed by Dr. Melvin Rosenwasser)...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 6/4 and transferred to the 60-day disabled list on 7/20...Hit safely in nine of his 10 rehab starts with Tampa (Yankees' A) and Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (Yankees' AAA)...Was recalled from his rehab assignment and reinstated from the disabled list on 9/1...Hit a three-run home run while going 2-for-4 with four RBI on 9/18 vs. Baltimore...Had a career-high tying four hits on 9/26 at Baltimore...Led American League with a .429 batting average (18-for-42) during the month of September. 2006 Had a solid season with the Kansas City Royals before his season was cut short with back surgery on 8/29...hit .283 (89-for-314) with 4HR and 43RBI in 91 games (82 starts at first base)...posted his highest batting average since hitting .300 in 2003...hit three of his four home runs and drove in 20 of his 43RBI in the month of June...committed just three errors in 794 chances (.996 fielding percentage)...hit .333 (51-for-153) with a .400 on-base percentage at Kauffman Stadium...28 of his 43 RBI came at home...hit .236 (38-for-161) on the road...Hit .306 (19-for-62) in Interleague Play with 10R, 3HR and 15RBI...finished the season by hitting .311 (46-for-148) after May, including a .339 (21-for-62) mark in July...was hitting just .226 (24-106) through 5/14, but hit .313 (65-for-208) over his last 59 games to raise his average to a .283 mark by season's end...tied a career high with three runs scored on 6/29 at Cincinnati, going 3-for-5 with a solo-HR...hit in a season-high eight straight games from 6/29-7/7, batting .424 (.391) with 2HR and 10RBI during the stretch...Was part of back-to-back-to-back home runs with Angel Berroa and Tony Graffanino in the 1st inning on 5/25 vs. was the Royals first back-to-back-to-back homers since 5/31/02 at Texas...was placed on 15-day disabled list on 7/31 (retro to 7/26) with a strain in his lower back...had surgery on 8/29 to remove part of a herniated was performed by Dr. Robert Watkins. 2005 Spent his first season in the National League with the New York Mets, hitting .240 (66-for-275) with 11HR and 29RBI in 87 games (79 starts at first base)...struck out just 39 times while drawing 32 walks...collected his 1st career grand slam on 4/21 at Florida (2nd inning off Al Leiter)...had a season-high 4 RBI in the contest...gave the Mets a lead with six of his 11 home runs...hit solo home run (off Julio Santana) in the 8th inning on 5/7 to snap a 5-5 tie in a 7-5 win at Milwaukee...Hit solo home run off former teammate LaTroy Hawkins in the 8th inning on 5/9 at Chicago (NL) to snap a 4-4 tie and secure a 7-5 win...was placed on the 15-day disabled list from 6/26-7/16 with a strained right hamstring...posted his best month of the season in July, batting .314 (11-for-35)...was placed on the 15-day D.L. for a second time from 8/9 (retro to 8/4) - 9/2 with a sore lower back...hit safely in 14 of his final 21 games (with an at-bat), posting a .317 average (20-for-63) 8R, 6 doubles, 2HR and 5 RBI. 2004 Split the season between Minnesota and Boston, combining to hit .238 (93-for-391) with 6HR and 35RBI in 127 games (99 starts at first base, one start at second base)...was traded to the Red Sox on 7/31 as part of a four-team trade with the Chicago Cubs and Montreal Expos...hit .246 (70-284) with 5HR and 25 RBI in 78 games for the Twins prior to the trade...hit .215 (23-for-107) in 49 games (27 starts) for the World Champion Red Sox...compiled a .995 fielding percentage, the 5th-best mark among A.L. 1st basemen...put together a season-high eight-game hitting streak from 4/5-14, going 13-for-35 (.371) with 5 doubles...was placed on the 15-Day D.L. for the first time in his career from 7/15 (retro to 7/7) - 7/22 with a sore left wrist...made first career start at 2b on 8/16 vs. Toronto...appeared in 11 post-season games for Boston, hitting .444 (4-for-9) with 1 RBI. 2003 Had an impressive season for the Twins, hitting .300 (146-for-487) with a team-high 38 doubles, 11 HR and 65 RBI in 142 games (133 starts at first base and two starts in right field)...matched a career-high with 74 walks (2002), while striking out just 55 times...led the American League with a .362 daytime batting average, ranked sixth in road batting average (.325) and tied for ninth with a career-high .393 on-base percentage...had .997 fielding percentage (4E/1,166 total chances) at four positions (first base, second base, third base and outfield)...Made his first career appearance in the outfield on 4/13 vs. Kansas City...made first career start in right field on 4/14 vs. Kansas City...homered in back-to-back games on two occasions (5/28-29 and /19-20)...made first career appearance at second base on 6/16 at Kansas City...made first career appearance at third base on 6/27 at Milwaukee...collected his fourth career four-hit game on 8/29 at Texas...started all four games against New York in the A.L. Division Series and went 2-for-15 (.133). 2002 Hit .261 (122-for-467) with 29 doubles, 10HR and 64RBI in 143 games (132 starts at first base) for the Twins...had a .393 on-base percentage and drew a team-high 74 walks...hit .306 (34-for-111) with runners in scoring position...committed a career-high five errors in 1,147 chances, but ranked fourth in the American League with a .996 fielding percentage...had a season-high 4 RBI on 5/3 vs. Detroit...homered in back-to-back games twice (7/23-24 and 8/18-19)...hit two home runs in a game for the second time in his career on 8/13 vs. Baltimore...hit .250 (5-for-20) with 2HR and 4RBI in the ALDS vs. Oakland. 2001 Enjoyed the finest season of his Major League career, notching career-highs in nearly every offensive category, including average (.306), hits (166), runs (77), doubles (39), home runs (15) and RBI (74)...ranked fifth in the American League with a .337 night batting average and ranked eighth in doubles...earned a Rawlings Gold Glove award after putting together a .997 fielding percentage at first base...was rated the third-best defensive first baseman in the A.L. by Baseball America...Honored as the Calvin R. Griffith Award winner as the Twins MVP after leading the Twins in average, hits and doubles...ranked second in games and walks, 3rd in total bases and RBI...hit .467 (7-for-15) with the bases Loaded...drove in a career-high five runs on 4/14 vs. Chicago White Sox...hit in a career-best 15-straight games from 4/16-5/2...hit .442 (23-for-52) with four doubles, 4 HR and 12 RBI during the stretch...led the Majors in batting average through 5/14, compiling a .410 average in his first 35 games, going 48-for-117...hit .277 (188-for-426) the remainder of the season following his first 35 games...hit safely in 21 of 23 games, including two 10-game hitting streaks, batting .326 (30-for-92) from 6/14-7/12. 2000 Spent the entire minor league season at Triple-A Salt Lake, hitting .334 (162-for-485) with 32 doubles, 18 HR and 96 RBI in 130 games...was recalled by the Twins on 9/29...played in three games for Minnesota, batting .429 (6-for-14) with 4RBI...led Salt Lake in games, at bats and hits, was second in average, runs (96), doubles, RBI and walks (61)...was tied for second in home runs...ranked second in the Pacific Coast League in hits and sixth with his .334 batting average...hit .399 (57-for-143) with runners in scoring position...was named to the Pacific Coast League post-season All-Star team....had two-homer game and tied a season-high 5RBI on 6/11 vs. Oklahoma City...rated as best defensive first baseman in the PCL by Baseball America...hit .414 with two game-winning home runs and 9RBI for gold medal winning Team USA in Sydney Olympic Games. 1999 Hit .229 (75-for-327) with 21 doubles, 2HR and 32RBI in 118 games (95 starts at first base) for the Twins...recorded a .997 fielding percentage, which was tops among American League first basemen...had 87-game errorless streak to start the season from 4/6-8/18...hit his first career Major League home run on 5/12 off Tampa Bay's Bryan Rekar...also drove in a season-high four runs...had a season-high four hits on 9/3 at Tampa Bay...hit game-winning RBI single in the 15th inning on 5/21 vs. Oakland. 1998 Hit .323 (162-for-502) with 16 HR and 88 RBI for Double-A New Britain...was named to the Eastern League All-Star Game and the league post-season All-Star team...led the league in batting average, doubles (45) and runs (96), was second in hits, walks (96), and on-base percentage (.432), tied for second in extra-base hits (61), third in total bases (255), and tied for third in RBI and games (139)...rated as the best defensive first baseman in the Eastern League and named to the Double-A All-Star team by Baseball America...was named Eastern League Player of the Week for the week of 6/29-7/5...was recalled from New Britain on 9/18...made his Major League debut that night at Detroit and went 0-for-3...singled off Frank Castillo for his first Major League hit on 9/19 at Detroit. 1997 Hit .255 (119-for-467) with 15HR and 61RBI and 21SB in 132 games for Double-A New Britain...led the Eastern League in walks (98)...also led the Twins organization in walks, tied for eighth in home runs, was ninth in doubles (28), and tied for ninth in on-base percentage (.390)...hit two homers on 6/9 at Bowie...hit grand slam and drove in a season-high 4RBI on 6/24 at Akron...was named Twins' Minor-League Player of the Week from 6/26-7/2, batting .444 (12-for-27) with 2HR and 8RBI...was also named Twins' Minor-League Player of the Month for June, hitting .367 (33-for-90) with 7HR and 18RBI. 1996 Tied for first in the Florida State League in doubles in 1996 (36), tied for third in games and RBI (79), tied for fourth in hits (143) and tied for fifth in walks (66)....hit .291 (143-for-492) in 133 games with Single-A Ft. Myers...had a .998 fielding percentage at first base (3 E, 1171 TC)...enjoyed a 48-game errorless streak from 5/9-6/25...had a five-hit game on 6/18 at St. Lucie...reached base safely in 28 consecutive games from 7/8-8/10...was named Twins' Minor-League Player of the Month for July. 1995 In his first professional season, hit .245 (27-for-110) with 1HR and 15RBI in 38 games for Single-A Ft. Myers...committed just one error in 173 total chances (.994 fielding percentage).