D'Angelo Jimenez

  • 2B
  • B/T: S/R
  • 6' 0"/190

D'Angelo Jimenez MLB Career Stats

.263 36 228 36 .728

D'Angelo Jimenez Bio

  • Full Name: D'Angelo Jimenez
  • Born: 12/21/1977 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Debut: September 15, 1999
  • Ret., Final Game: 9/29/2007
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MLB Career Stats 2159 290 568 36 228 36 .263 .351 .728


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D'Angelo Jimenez Awards

INT Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
1999 Columbus INT

PCL Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/30/2006 Sacramento PCL

MEX Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2010 Yucatan MEX

SOU Player of the Week

Week Team League
08/07/2005 Chattanooga SOU

D'Angelo Jimenez Leaderboards

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2004 13 25th in NL


Season BB Rank
2004 82 14th in NL


Season 3B Rank
2003 5 20th in AL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2004 7 11th in NL

D'Angelo Jimenez Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 23, 2012 Pericos de Puebla released 3B D'Angelo Jimenez.
May 28, 2012 Pericos de Puebla signed free agent 3B D'Angelo Jimenez.
November 1, 2011 3B D'Angelo Jimenez elected free agency.
June 10, 2011 Leones de Yucatan signed free agent 3B D'Angelo Jimenez.
June 4, 2011 Rojos del Aguila de Veracruz released 3B D'Angelo Jimenez.
May 20, 2011 Rojos del Aguila de Veracruz signed free agent 3B D'Angelo Jimenez.
November 6, 2010 3B D'Angelo Jimenez elected free agency.
June 21, 2010 Minnesota Twins signed free agent 2B D'Angelo Jimenez to a minor league contract.
June 21, 2010 3B D'Angelo Jimenez assigned to Rochester Red Wings from Minnesota Twins.
June 20, 2010 2B D'Angelo Jimenez elected free agency.
March 16, 2010 Leones de Yucatan signed free agent 2B D'Angelo Jimenez.
December 31, 2009 2B D'Angelo Jimenez elected free agency.

D'Angelo Jimenez Bio Info

Signed with NYY out of the Dominican Republic at the age of 16...had worked out at ATL's Dominican complex prior to signing with NYY. 2007 Switch hitter has played all or part of the last nine big league seasons and joins his 8th organization. Batted .312 (24-77) with a .442 on-base percentage in the final 2 1/2 months or 45 games with Washington after going 1-for-25 (.040) in first 48 games with the Nats. Started nine games at shortstop and seven at second base in WSH. The Nats were 8-8 in games he started. Struggled in pinch-hitting role (.103, 4-for-39), but had a team-leading eight pinch-hit walks that tied for 8th in MLB. Hit first career pinch-hit homer, a solo shot off Scott Schoeneweis, to provide winning margin in 9-8 win vs. the Mets on 9/18 -- the pinch homer was also the Nationals' final home run hit at RFK Stadium, as the team went without a long ball in their final five home games. Laced game-ending pinch-hit RBI single off LaTroy Hawkins in the 10th inning of 5-4 win on 7/19 vs. COL. He had been 1-for-25 on the season, 0-for-19 in the pinch before the game-winning hit. Started at 2B and started game-winning rally with a two-out single and ultimately scored game-winning run in a 3-0 win 7/22 vs. COL. Finished 3-for-5 with a double and three RBI in 7-4 win at ATL on 9/9 -- all three hits came with runners in scoring position. Went 3-for-3 with a double, homer, two RBI and two runs to mount come-from-behind 7-4 win vs. ATL on 9/15. Had two hits in four at-bats on 9/16 vs. ATL off Tim Hudson, who tossed a seven-hit complete game. Went 2-for-3 with a double, walk and two runs scored in 1047th and final big league game at RFK Stadium, a 5-3 win, on 9/23 vs. PHI. Spent two stints at Triple-A Columbus and batted .368 with 22 extra base hits. Batted .400 in first 35 games with Clippers. Reached base safely in 40 of last 41 starts with Columbus. Appeared in 29 games for Licey of the Dominican Winter League and batted .220 (22-100) with a HR, eight RBI, 17 BB's and 16 K's. NON-ROSTER INVITEE Bios part3.qxp 3/25/08 8:32 AM Page 125 2006 Was the starting second baseman in all 4 games of OAK's ALCS vs. DET...went to Spring Training and made TEX's Opening Day roster...appeared in 20 games before being designated for assignment, June 6...was unconditionally released on June 16...signed a minor league contract with OAK on June 23...was assigned to Sacramento of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League...enjoyed 3 stints with OAK down the stretch...played in only 8 regular-season games (4 starts) with OAK...started at 2B in the deciding Game 3...played for Licey of the Dominican Winter League following the season.
Game-By-Game Highlights: Hit his lone homer, April 16 at OAK, a solo shot that ended Dan Haren's shutout bid.
In minor leagues: Hit .304 with 4 homers, 23 RBI and 30 runs in 35 games with Sacramento...posted a .413 OBP.
2005 Split the season between Cincinnati and Chattanooga (AA)...combined to bat .266 (115-432) with 27 doubles, 9 home runs and 50 RBI in 125 games.

Cincinnati: Made the Reds Opening Day roster for the 2nd consecutive season...batted .229 (24-105) with 7 doubles and 5 RBI in 35 games...hit .190 (8-42) over first 13 games, through April 19...hit safely in 3 of next 5 games, from April 20-26 to raise season average to .220...went 2-18 (.111) over next 6 games, from April 27-May 6 to lower average to .195...batted .321 (9-28) over final 10 games, from May 7-18 to finish at .229...recorded season-high 2 RBI with a pinch-hit double on April 7 vs. New York (NL)...registered season-high 3 hits on April 13 at St. Louis and May 7 vs. Los Angeles...went 3-3 with 2 doubles in the latter contest...recorded season-high 4-game hit streak from May 12-15...appeared in 27 games at second base, making 23 starts...designated for assignment on May 20...cleared waivers and was assigned to Chattanooga on May 26.

Chattanooga: Batted .278 (91-327) with 20 doubles, 9 home runs, 45 RBI and 16 stolen bases in 90 games with the Bats...hit .305 (67-220) over his final 60 games to raise average from .224 to .278...recorded season-high 11-game hit streak from June 27-July 8, batting .348 (15-43)...hit safely in 18 of 19 games at .333 (22-66) from July 31-August 20...that stretch included a 10-game hit streak from July 31-August 10...recorded season-high 4 RBI on 3 occasions, including back-to-back games on August 3-4 vs. Carolina...homered twice in August 3 contest...posted 3 homers in a 4-game span from August 26-September 2, including home runs in consecutive games on August 26 and 28 at West Tenn...went 0-1 with season-high 4 walks on August 29 at West Tenn...hit .310 (53-171) in 48 home games and .244 (38-156) in 41 road contests...batted .311 (33-106) in 27 games in July...appeared in 72 games at shortstop, 10 as designated hitter and 9 at second base. 2004 Established single-season career highs in runs (76), hits (152), doubles (28), RBI (67) and stolen bases (13)...hit .315 with RISP, best among the club's everyday players...also led the Reds with 143 starts at 2B and 52 starts batting fifth in the order...made his other 3 starts at SS (6/13 at Cle, 6/20 at StL, 6/22 at NYM)...also hit leadoff (43g), second (23g), third (9g), fourth (1g), sixth (10g) and seventh (8g)...on 9/15 vs Phi made his only career start batting cleanup...his 40 multi-hit games ranked third on the team behind Sean Casey (57) and Adam Dunn (41)...in his last 105g beginning 5/28 hit .293, raising BA from .216...in his last 26g of the season hit .340 (2hr, 16rbi), raising BA from .255...from 7/8-7/21 had an 11-game hitting streak (.386, 6rbi), tied with Jason LaRue for the longest by a Reds batter all season...from 5/24-7/26 produced a career-high 49-game errorless streak (242tc)...didn't miss a start until 5/2 at Hou, the Reds' 24th game...on 4/12 at Phi led off the game with a double off Randy Wolf for the first hit at new Citizens Bank Park...in the 11-0 loss on 8/3 at SF 2005 Reds snapped Noah Lowry's no-hit bid with a single leading off the seventh inning...on 6/13 at Cle left the game with a strained left oblique muscle and missed 6 starts...missed the last 3g of the season with a sore right thumb. 2003 Combined to hit .273 with 14hr, 57rbi and 11sb in 146g for the White Sox and Reds...after joining the club on 7/8 started 72 of the Reds' last 75g...after the All-Star break led the Reds in games, runs, hits, total bases and doubles and tied for the team lead in second-half homers...began the season with the WSox and appeared in 73g before he was designated for assignment on 7/2 following the acquisitions of OF Carl Everett and 2B Roberto Alomar...hit safely in 14 of his first 16g of the season (.379) but then went 2-for-29 over 8g to finish April hitting .297...hit safely in his first 15g as a Red, a career-high hitting streak and the longest by a player to begin his Reds career in the last 30 years...hit .337 in July, .290 in August and .247 in September...in his last 8g of the season went 4-for-28 (.143) to drop his Reds BA from .305 to a season-ending .290...didn't commit his first error as a Red until 9/1 at Mil, snapping errorless streaks of 48g and 245 chances...overall had 43 multi-hit games, including 31 2-hit games, 11 3-hit games and a 4-hit game on 4/19 vs Cle that tied his career high...for the WSox made his first 67 starts at 2B and his last start at 3B (6/29 vs Cubs)...for the Reds made all 72 of his starts at 2B...batted seventh in his Reds debut, on 7/ 8 at Hou, but then made 30 straight starts batting leadoff before moving to the third spot in the order...beginning 8/ 14 made each of his last 41 starts batting third...while playing for Licey, led the Dominican Winter League in hitting (.385, 2hr, 20rbi, 38g) and on-base percentage (.485).

Career highlights: Survived a life-threatening car accident on 1/24/00...while driving in his native Dominican Republic sustained a fracture of the second cervical vertebrae when his car collided with a bus...in 1999 shared with Nick Johnson the Yankees' Minor League Player of the Year Award...also in 1999 was an International League All-Star, a TOPPS Class AAA All-Star and the best defensive shortstop in the IL in a poll of league managers. 2002 Combined to hit .252 (108-429) with four home runs and 44 RBI in 114 games between San Diego and the White Sox ... was acquired from the Padres on 7/12 in exchange for minor leaguers Alex Fernandez and Humberto Quintero and was assigned to Class AAA Charlotte ... in 27 games with the Sox, hit .287 with 22 runs scored, 16 walks and .384 on-base percentage ... .384 on-base percentage would have led the Sox with the minimum plate appearances ... all four of home runs were hit left-handed ... was recalled from Charlotte on 8/26 ... reached base safely in 25 of his 27 starts, including 17 straight games from 9/5-26 ... singled in first at-bat with Sox on 8/26 and hit first home run on 9/22 ... led off in 26 of 27 starts, going 30-104 (.288) ... hit .247 (72-291) from the left side and .261 right-handed ... Sox were 16-10 when he batted in the No. 1 spot and 14- 3 when he played second base ... made 17 starts at second base, nine at shortstop and one at third base ... hit .278 as the shortstop, .252 at third base and .249 as the second baseman ... compiled a career-best nine-game hitting streak from 7/5-9/2 ... also hit in eight straight from 9/15-26 ... raised average 47 points after the break (.240 to .287) ... batted .375 (6-16) with 13 RBI with the bases loaded and .336 during the day ... matched career high (second time) with four runs scored on 9/21 vs. Minnesota ... reached base safely in last 13 games (.326, 15-46) with Padres before the trade ... made major-league pitching debut on 6/30 at Kansas City (with San Diego), tossing 1.1 perfect IP ... batted in every spot in the lineup except fifth ... appeared in 42 games (all at shortstop) with Charlotte ... played for Licey in the Dominican Winter League, hitting .312 (43- 138) with five home runs and 31 RBI in 37 games ... compiled a .909 on-base plus slugging percentage (team-best .387 on-base percentage, .522 slugging percentage). 2001 Was acquired by San Diego from the Yankees on 6/23 in exchange for pitcher Jay Witasick ... played in 86 of the Padres final 87 games after joining the club on 6/25, starting 84 games at shortstop ... ranked among the National League rookie leaders in average (3rd, .276), on-base percentage (3rd, .355), doubles (4th, 19), runs (5th, 45), hits (5th, 85), multihit games (5th, 23), slugging percentage (7th, .367), total bases (7th, 113), extra-base hits (T8th, 22) and RBI (9th, 33) ... hit .292 (21-72) with runners in scoring position and .800 (4-5) with a double and 10 RBI with the bases loaded ... hit .290 (64-221) from the left side and .241 (21- 87) from the right ... hit .280 (14-50) from the leadoff spot and .300 (27-90) from the No. 2 slot ... hit seventh or eighth in first 50 starts and first, second or third in each of last 34 ... had six three-hit games ... hit first major-league home run on 7/3 vs. Colorado ... compiled a pair of seven-game hitting streaks (8/2-9 and 8/23-29) ... recorded career-high three RBI on 8/26 at Florida and scored career-high four runs on 8/29 at St. Louis ... was the Yankees' No. 3 Prospect entering the season according to Baseball America.


Appeared in 56 games with Class AAA Columbus ... batted .294 (40-136) in May and June combined ... hit in 11 straight games from 5/8-22, going 18-43 (.419) with 12 runs scored to lift his average from .204 to .272. 2000 MINOR LEAGUE:

Appeared in 37 minor-league games after surviving a life-threatening car accident on 1/24 in his native Dominican Republic ... sustained a fracture of the second cervical vertebrae when the car he was driving collided with a bus ... began season on the 60-day disabled list and wore a halo to stabilize his neck during spring training ... began five-day rehabilitation assignment with the rookie Yankees on 7/26 ... was transferred to Class A Tampa for 12 games before joining Class AAA Columbus 8/14 ... went 3-4 with a triple and three runs scored on 8/16 at Charlotte in third game with the Clippers ... batted .268 for Licey of the Domincan Winter League. 1999 Batted .400 (8-20) with two doubles and four RBI in seven games with the Yankees after his recall from Class AAA Columbus on 9/11 ... made major-league debut on 9/14 at Toronto, going 1-3 at third base ... collected his first hit in his first at-bat off Pat Hentgen ... went 4-5 with two doubles and two RBI 9/19 at Cleveland ... at 21, became the youngest Yankee to collect four hits in a game since 20-year-old Tony Kubek in 1957.


Shared Yankees Minor League Player of the Year honors with Nick Johnson after hitting .327 with 32 doubles, 15 home runs, 88 RBI and 26 steals at Columbus ... was named to the International Leaguebs mid-season and postseason All-Star teams and was the Topps' Triple-A All-Star shortstop ... named Best Defensive Shortstop in the IL in Baseball Americabs Best Tools survey of managers ... was ranked by Baseball America prior to the season as the No. 4 Prospect in the Yankees system ... ranked second in the IL in average, tied for third in runs scored (97), tied for fifth in steals and tied for seventh in total bases (259) ... reached base in 39 straight games from 4/29-6/10 ... posted hitting streaks of 13, 15 and 17 games ... was disabled from 8/5-19 with a strained right oblique muscle ... played for Licey in the Dominican Winter League, batting .308 with three home runs and 14 RBI. 1998 MINOR LEAGUE:

Split the season between Class AA Norwich (40 games) and Columbus (91 games) ... at age 20, was the youngest player in the IL when he was promoted from Norwich in May ... opened the season at Norwich with an eight-game hitting streak, going 13-31 (.419) ... homered in three straight games for Columbus from 6/6-8. 1997 MINOR LEAGUE:

Appeared in 94 games at Tampa ... was promoted to Columbus for two games in July. 1996 MINOR LEAGUE:

Spent his first full pro season at Class A Greensboro ... led the South Atlantic League with 537 at-bats and ranked third with 138 games played ... batted .338 (22-65) over first 16 games and .303 (27-89) over final 23. 1995 MINOR LEAGUE:

Made pro debut with the rookie Yankees in the Gulf Coast League ... led the GCL with eight triples and 24 extra-base hits and ranked second in doubles (14), runs scored (41) and at-bats (214), third in total bases (96) and fourth in hits (60) and games played (57) ... led GCL shortstops in putouts (95), assists (173), total chances (289) and double plays (31) ... went 2-4 with a walk and two runs scored in pro debut on 6/19 vs. the Blue Jays ... collected four hits, including first home run, on 7/4 at the Tigers.