Kelly Dransfeldt #44

  • SS
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2"/190

Kelly Dransfeldt MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.205 1 11 0 .492

Kelly Dransfeldt Bio

  • Full Name: Kelly Daniel Dransfeldt
  • Born: 4/16/1975 in Joliet, IL
  • Draft: 1996, Texas Rangers, 4th rd. (113th overall)
  • College: Michigan
  • Debut: May 1, 1999
  • Last Game: 6/19/2004
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 112 10 23 1 11 0 .205 .233 .492

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Awards

Kelly Dransfeldt Awards

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
1999 Oklahoma PCL

Kelly Dransfeldt Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
October 5, 2004 SS Kelly Dransfeldt elected free agency.
May 30, 2004 Kelly Dransfeldt assigned to Chicago White Sox.
September 5, 2000 Kelly Dransfeldt roster status changed by Texas Rangers.
July 3, 2000 Kelly Dransfeldt roster status changed by Texas Rangers.
May 4, 2000 Kelly Dransfeldt roster status changed by Texas Rangers.

Kelly Daniel Dransfeldt Bio Info

Minor League Highlights
2002: Spent first full season at Class AAA Oklahoma in the Texas organization ... led the Pacific Coast League in games played (140).

2001: Spent majority of the season at Oklahoma ... led the PCL in games played (143) and at-bats (551) ... also led PCL shortstops in putouts (268), assists (400), total chances (692) and double plays (105) ... led team in runs scored (76), hits (138) and stolen bases (12), tied for first in triples (five) and ranked second in doubles (29) and walks (50) ... had 12 RBI in an eight-game stretch from 8/20-28.

2000: Finished second on team at Oklahoma in stolen bases (10) and at-bats (441).

1999: Was selected to play in the Futures Game during All-Star Weekend in Boston ... appeared in 102 games at Oklahoma, his fourth straight season at Class AAA.

1998: Combined to hit .288 (136-471) with 27 home runs and 112 RBI at Class A Charlotte and Class AA Tulsa ... was named to the Florida State League postseason All-Star Team ... homered in four consecutive games from 6/10-13 ... earned FSL Player of the Week honors in consecutive weeks (6/1-7 and 6/8-14) ... played for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League.

1997: Led Charlotte in stolen bases (25).

1996: Made pro debut at Class A Hudson Valley in the New York-Penn League ... was selected by Texas in the fourth round of the June free agent draft ... was recommended/signed by Mark Geigler (Rangers).

Married Erin Hickey ... has one child: Kameron ... played collegiate baseball at Michigan ... was a Second Team All-Big 10 selection his junior year ... graduated from Morris (Ill.) High School, where he lettered in baseball, basketball, football and golf ... was a First-Team High School All-America selection according to Baseball America as a senior ... enjoys hunting, fishing and golf. 2003 Combined to hit .212 (75-354) with eight home runs and 46 RBI at Class AAA Louisville in the Cincinnati Reds organization and Class AAA Pawtucket in the Boston Red Sox system ... hit six of his eight home runs off righthanded pitching ... began season at Louisville before being released on 6/18 ... played 37 games at shortstop and seven at third base ... recorded 10 RBI in three games for Pawtucket from 7/3-5. 2001 Appeared in four games with Texas. 2000 Started six games for the Rangers over three separate stints on the major-league roster ... his last hit was a game-winning single in bottom of the 10th inning on 9/15 vs. Kansas City ... compiled a 1.000 (42 TC) fielding percentage. 1999 Made his major-league debut for the Rangers on 5/1 vs. Cleveland, going 2-4 ... recorded his first career hit off Dwight Gooden ... hit first major-league home run (off Sidney Ponson) and drove in a career-high three RBI on 5/16 vs. Baltimore ... played for Bayamon in the Puerto Rican Winter League.