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|February 7, 2015||1B Russell Branyan assigned to Toros de Tijuana.|
|August 29, 2014||Russell Branyan loaned to Columbus Clippers from Toros de Tijuana.|
|May 27, 2014||Toros de Tijuana signed free agent 1B Russell Branyan.|
|August 10, 2012||Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees released 1B Russell Branyan.|
|July 8, 2012||Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees placed 1B Russell Branyan on the 7-day disabled list.|
|June 2, 2012||1B Russell Branyan assigned to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees from Staten Island Yankees.|
|June 1, 2012||1B Russell Branyan assigned to Staten Island Yankees from Tampa Yankees.|
|May 29, 2012||Russell Branyan assigned to Tampa Yankees from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.|
|April 5, 2012||Russell Branyan assigned to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.|
|February 8, 2012||New York Yankees signed free agent 1B Russell Branyan to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.|
|October 30, 2011||1B Russell Branyan elected free agency.|
|May 26, 2011||1B Russell Branyan assigned to Los Angeles Angels.|
|May 21, 2011||Arizona Diamondbacks released 1B Russell Branyan.|
|March 25, 2011||Arizona Diamondbacks selected the contract of 1B Russell Branyan from Reno Aces.|
|February 17, 2011||Arizona Diamondbacks signed free agent 1B Russell Branyan to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.|
|February 16, 2011||Reno Aces signed free agent Russell Branyan.|
|November 7, 2010||1B Russell Branyan elected free agency.|
|June 27, 2010||Cleveland Indians Traded 1B Russell Branyan to Seattle Mariners; High Desert Mavericks Traded SS Juan Diaz to Kinston Indians and Seattle Mariners Traded CF Ezequiel Carrera to Cleveland Indians.|
|April 20, 2010||Russell Branyan roster status changed by Cleveland Indians.|
|April 16, 2010||Cleveland Indians sent 1B Russell Branyan on a rehab assignment to Akron Aeros.|
|April 8, 2010||sent 1B Russell Branyan on a rehab assignment to Columbus Clippers.|
|April 4, 2010||Russell Branyan roster status changed by Cleveland Indians.|
|March 26, 2010||Cleveland Indians placed 1B Russell Branyan on the 15-day disabled list.|
|February 24, 2010||Cleveland Indians signed free agent 1B Russell Branyan.|
|November 9, 2009||1B Russell Branyan elected free agency.|
|September 30, 2009||Seattle Mariners activated 1B Russell Branyan from the 15-day disabled list.|
|August 29, 2009||Seattle Mariners placed 1B Russell Branyan on the 15-day disabled list. Herniated disk|
RAISIN' BRANYAN: From the time he joined the Friars on Aug. 26 through the end of the season, he paced the team in home runs with six...also reached base in 22 of 26 games with a plate appearance...his 18 home runs overall in 2006 were his most in a single season since 2002 (24 between Cleveland and Cincinnati), and his total of 241 at-bats were also the most he had tallied since 2002...hit all six of his home runs (in 66 at-bats) while playing third base for the Padres, tops among Friar third baseman this season.
TALE OF THE TAPE: Launched his fifth long ball as a Padres player Sept. 24 vs. Pittsburgh, a 453- foot home run that tied the longest in PETCO Park history.
WITH THE DEVIL RAYS: Began the season with Tampa Bay and played in 64 games for the Devil Rays, batting .201 (34-for-169) with 12 home runs, 10 doubles and 27 RBI...appeared in games at first base (2), third base (5), left field (1) and right field (54) for Tampa Bay in 2006.
POSTSEASON PLAY: Batted .231 (3-for-13) with a double, triple, and three RBI in the four-game Division Series vs. the St. Louis Cardinals...he started all four games at third base during the series.2005 Returned to the Brewers and appeared in 85 games, batting .257 (52-for-202) with 12 home runs and 31 RBI...missed a month of the season (June 2-July 4) with a fractured middle finger on his left hand...played 59 games at third base, five at first base and three in left field...23 of his 52 hits (44 percent) were for extra bases (11 doubles, 12 homers)...drew a career-high 39 walks...got off to a fast start, beginning the season with a .333 average (15-for-45) with five HR and 14 RBI...executed the first sacrifice bunt of his professional career April 8 at Chicago...went 4,444 professional plate appearances without a sac bunt...hit a pair of two-run homers April 11 vs. Pittsburgh...had a three-hit game August 14 at Colorado matching his career high...batted .302 with runners in scoring position.
GOING DEEP: Branyan had 290 professional home runs (93 in the majors and 197 in the minors) entering the 2006 season...averaged a home run every 13.81 at bats as a pro (15.74 in the majors, 12.9 in the minors).2004 Began the season with Richmond, Triple A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, after signing as a minor league free agent on Jan. 21...traded to Cleveland and assigned to Buffalo on April 25 where he was named Buffalo Bisons Comeback Player of the Year...contract was purchased by Milwaukee on July 26 from Buffalo, Triple A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, for future cash considerations...made his Brewers debut in a ninth inning pinch-hit appearance that evening...hit .279 (95-341) with 26 homers and 79 RBI in 93 games at the Triple A level...posted a .234 batting average, hit 11 homers and drove in 27 runs in 51 games for the Brewers...hit six homers in his first 14 contests with Milwaukee (42 at-bats)...played 44 games at third base (40 starts) and two games at first base (one start)...went 0-5 as a pinch hitter...belted the longest homer in Miller Park history with a 480-foot blast off Chicago's Greg Maddux July 27...connected for second multi-homer game of season, ninth of career, going 3-4 with two homers, three runs and three RBI Sept. 12 at Cincinnati...equaled career-high with third three-hit game of season...also collected three hits on Aug. 18 vs Chicago (N) and Aug. 4 vs New York (N)...other two-homer contests came on Aug. 13 vs Florida...drove in multiple runs seven times, including a five RBI effort on Aug. 18 vs Chicago (N) -- one shy of his career high...hit .273 (18-66) with five doubles, a triple, five home runs and 15 RBI in August. 2003 Suffered through an injury-plagued season appeared in 74 games, including 42 starts, for the Cincinnati Reds...began the season on the disabled list recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder performed by Dr. Timothy Kremchek on December 3, 2002...was reinstated May 29...in 46 games and 14 starts hit .227 (5 HR, 14 RBI) until he returned to the disabled list August 13 with a high right ankle sprain...suffered the ankle sprain while sliding into the wall chasing a foul ball on August 1...after returning from the disabled list August 28, started 27 of the Reds' last 29 games of the season (21 x 101, .208, 4 HR, 12 RBI)...made 18 starts at 3B, 13 starts in LF, 10 starts at 1B and 1 start at DH...his homer June 7 vs Toronto off Jeff Tam was his first of the season and the 100th at Great American Ball Park...his pinch-hit grand slam off Brooks Kieschnick July 21 vs Milwaukee was his first career pinch-hit home run and third career grand slam...made 18 starts at 3B, 13 starts in LF, 10 starts at 1B and 1 start at DH...hit .345 (1 HR, 6 RBI) during career-high eight-game hitting streak; from September 8-15...had a three-hit game on July 2 at Pittsburgh that tied his career high. 2002 In 134 games for Cincinnati and Cleveland, combined to hit 24 homers...established career highs in games, at bats (378), runs scored (50), hits (86), HR (24), RBI (56) and stolen bases (4)...appeared in 84 games for the Reds (.244, 16 HR, 39 RBI), including 56 starts (21g in LF, 18g at 1B, 13g at 3B, 4g at DH)...made all 18 starts at 1B beginning September 4...in September, led the club with six homers..in his last 45 games of the season beginning August 6, hit .188 (7 HR, 17 RBI), dropping his Reds batting average from .305 to season-ending .244...hit his first National League homer on June 9 at Ana heim off Al Levine)...in the three-game series at San Diego from August 2-4 went 5-for-10 with four home runs, eight runs batted in and five runs scored...had a career-day on August 4 at San Diego going 3-4 with three home runs and five RBI...the three homers and four runs scored were career marks while the three hits tied his career-best...became the fourth and final player - and the only Red - to homer over the 40-foot batter's eye in center field at refurbished Cinergy Field on September10 vs Pittsburgh off of Kip Wells...had a season-high six-game hitting streak from July 13-23...recorded 22 multi-hit games, including 19 two-hit games and three career-high three-hit games - July 8 at Pittsburgh, August 4 at San Diego and September 25 at Chicago...connected for three multi-homer games - April 26 at Texas (2), August 4 at San Diego (3) and September 27 at Milwaukee (2)...for the Tribe, made 47 starts (40 in LF, 6 at 3B, 1 at DH)...from May 6-8 homered in a career-high three consecutive games...had arthro - scopic surgery on his right shoulder on December 3...procedure was performed by Dr. Timothy Kremchek...suffered the injury while playing in the Dominican Winter League. 2001 Hit 20 home runs for the Indians in his first full Major League season...spent the first half of the season in the starting lineup, until third baseman Travis Fryman returned to health...overall made 85 starts, including 55 at 3B, 25 in LF, four at DH and one in right field ...drove in career-best six runs and connected for his fourth two-homer game on September 29 vs Minnesota...hit his first career home run off a lefthander on Opening Day vs Chicago (A) off David Wells. 2000 Combined to hit 37 homers between Cleveland and Triple A Buffalo...ranked third among AL rookies with 16 home runs and eighth with 38 RBI...for the Tribe made 54 starts, including 22 at DH, 16 in LF, 15 in RF and one at 3B)...his 33 apps in the outfield were the first of his professional career. 1999 With 30 home runs led Buffalo, ranked third in the International League and ranked second in the Indians organization behind Scott Morgan (34)...led professional baseball with 206 strikeouts...recorded his first career hit, a two-run homer, off of David Cone on July 23 at New York (A)...was the International League Star of Stars at the Triple-A All-Star Game...started at third base on the U.S. team in Major League Baseball's Futures Game at Fenway Park. 1998 Missed three months with strained tendons in his right wrist...at Double A Akron had 16 home runs and 46 RBIin just 43 games...on September 26 was recalled and made his Major League debut that night at Minnesota going 0-4 in a start at third base...following the season appeared in three games in the Arizona Fall League before he re-injured his right wrist. 1997 At Class A Kinston and Double A Akron led all minor league batters with 39 home runs...was a Carolina League mid-season and post-season All-Star...in 1996 and 1997 combined for 79 home runs - most in the minor leagues. 1996 At Class A Columbus was South Atlantic League's Most Valuable Player...lead league with 40 home runs, 106 RBI and a .575 slugging percentage...established a new league record for homers (Asheville's Mike Simms, 39 hr, 1987)...won the league home run title by 14... among all minor league batters ranked second in home runs and ninth in RBI...led all Indians minor leaguers in hme runs, runs batted in, runs scored (102) and walks (62)...ranked among all Class A batters in home runs (1st), RBI (T5th), extra-base hits (T5th), slugging percentage (4th) and total bases (5th)...had nine multi-homer games, including a three-homer game April 12 vs Macon. 1995 Missed two months with a strained back, but still led Class A Columbus in homers (19) and slugging (.534). 1994 Fifteen of his 36 hits went for extra bases...ranked second on the club in walks.