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|2005||Chi White Sox||AL|
|July 20, 2012||Arizona Diamondbacks released 3B Geoff Blum.|
|July 2, 2012||Arizona Diamondbacks activated 3B Geoff Blum from the 60-day disabled list.|
|June 16, 2012||sent 3B Geoff Blum on a rehab assignment to Reno Aces.|
|April 30, 2012||Arizona Diamondbacks transferred 3B Geoff Blum from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.|
|April 18, 2012||Arizona Diamondbacks placed 3B Geoff Blum on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 17, 2012. Strained left oblique.|
|September 1, 2011||Arizona Diamondbacks activated 3B Geoff Blum from the 15-day disabled list.|
|August 31, 2011||sent 1B Geoff Blum on a rehab assignment to Visalia Rawhide.|
|August 29, 2011||sent 3B Geoff Blum on a rehab assignment to AZL D-backs.|
|July 26, 2011||Arizona Diamondbacks placed 1B Geoff Blum on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to July 25, 2011. Fractured right pinkie finger.|
|July 15, 2011||Arizona Diamondbacks activated 1B Geoff Blum from the 15-day disabled list.|
|July 4, 2011||AZL D-backs sent 1B Geoff Blum on a rehab assignment to Reno Aces.|
|June 27, 2011||Geoff Blum assigned to DSL Diamondbacks.|
|June 27, 2011||Geoff Blum assigned to AZL D-backs.|
|March 30, 2011||Arizona Diamondbacks placed 1B Geoff Blum on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to March 22, 2011. Swollen right knee.|
|November 15, 2010||Arizona Diamondbacks signed free agent 1B Geoff Blum.|
|November 7, 2010||1B Geoff Blum elected free agency.|
|August 3, 2010||Houston Astros activated 3B Geoff Blum from the 15-day disabled list.|
|July 31, 2010||sent 3B Geoff Blum on a rehab assignment to Corpus Christi Hooks.|
|July 4, 2010||Houston Astros placed 3B Geoff Blum on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to July 2, 2010. Loose bodies in his right elbow.|
|June 28, 2009||Houston Astros activated 3B Geoff Blum from the 15-day disabled list.|
|June 25, 2009||Houston Astros sent 3B Geoff Blum on a rehab assignment to Round Rock Express.|
|June 16, 2009||Houston Astros placed 3B Geoff Blum on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to June 13, 2009. Strained left hamstring|
AROUND THE HORN: Made starts at shortstop (42), third base (17) and second base (1)...made two appearances at first base, one at second base, 34 at third base, 49 at shortstop and one in right field overall in 2006...made six errors in 275 total chances in the field, all at shortstop (.978).
PINCH ME: Batted .387 (12-for-31) as a pinch-hitter, best in the Majors (minimum 25 plate appearances)... his 32 pinch-hit appearances were tied for second-most on the Padres (Bellhorn, 41; Bowen, 32)...also led the club with 12 pinch-hits, including four doubles and a homer...collected four RBI and scored seven runs as a pinch-hitter...hit his first home run of the season and his first career pinch-hit home run May 3 at Los Angeles (NL), the second of a pair of back-to-back home runs for San Diego (Barfield).
POSTSEASON PLAY: Started all four games at shortstop for the Padres in the Division Series vs. St. Louis...batted .125 (1-for-8) but walked four times...doubled and hit an RBI sacrifice fly in the Padres lone win in Game 3...made zero errors in eight postseason chances.2005 Batted .241 (54-for-224) with five homers, 13 doubles, 22 RBI and 26 runs scored in 78 games with the Padres...appeared at all four infield positions for the sixth consecutive season...played in 34 games at third base (26 starts), 19 games at second base (18 starts), 14 games at shortstop (nine starts) and two games at first base (with no starts)...placed on the 15-day disabled list on May 2 (retroactive to April 30), due to a left chest contusion suffered in an outfield collision with Ryan Klesko...was activated from the DL on May 18...from May 27-June 9, had a season-high 11-game hitting streak during which he batted .388 (19-for-49)...traded to the Chicago White Sox on July 31 in exchange for minor league left-handed pitcher Ryan Meaux...as a member of the White Sox, played in 12 games at third base (nine starts), 12 at first (nine starts), six at shortstop (four starts) and two at second (two starts)...overall, hit .236 (53-for-225) left-handed and .213 (20-94) from the right side...hit his only regular season home run with the Sox on August 29 at Texas, a two-run shot off Juan Dominguez.
BLUM CRAZY: Knocked two homers in the first game of a doubleheader April 13 at Chicago (NL) - the first, from the left side off Kerry Wood to lead off the game followed up with a solo shot, this time from the right side in the ninth inning off Cliff Bartosh...it was his fourth career multi-homer game (first since May 4, 2004 at Texas)...also the first time in his career he led off a game with a home run, the 50th leadoff homer in franchise history, and the third time he had homered from both sides of the plate in the same game (last May 4, 2004 at Texas).
MULTIPLE MAN: Recorded seven consecutive multi-hit outings, the longest such streak of his career, from May 27-June 2...the last Padre to tally multiple hits in seven straight games was Tony Gwynn, July 4-9, 1995 (doubleheader on the 8th).2004 JACK OF ALL TRADES: Made 88 starts: 40 at third, 40 at second, seven in left, one at first... also played one game at shortstop... has now also played all four infield positions five consecutive years... made only one error in 52 games at 2B... his appearances in the outfield were his first there since 2002.
AGAINST THE GRAIN: A natural right-handed hitter, his Major League career numbers are weighted heavily toward the opposite side with the exception of 2004... he batted .288 (23-for-80) with three home runs right-handed, but only .193 (50-for-259) from the left side... prior to 2004, he had a .268 avg. (382-for-1423) with 36 home runs as a left-handed hitter and hit .231 (68-for-294) with 12 home runs as a righty.
LUCKY NUMBER FOUR: In a four-game span, August 25-29, he went 6-for-11 with six walks, eight runs scored and six RBI... set a career-high and tied a club record with a four-walk game at Oakland on August 29... had a season-high four hits August 19 vs. Anaheim, but had only three other multi-hit games at home all season... had his best game of the season on May 4 at Texas when he homered from both sides of the plate in the Tampa's 5-4 win... Blum became the first Devil Ray to accomplish the feat and just the 10th player to homer from both sides of the plate in both an AL and NL game... the others: Eddie Murray, Chili Davis, Reggie Smith, Jose Valentin, Ted Simmons, Carl Everett, Tony Clark, Dave Sveum and Tim Raines... Carlos Beltran later did it in 2004 becoming the 11th player.
HIGHLIGHTS: Broke up a no-hit bid by AL Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana at Minnesota on June 3 with a sixth inning double that led to a four-run inning for the Rays in their 4-2 win over the Twins' 20-game winner... also homered off Santana on July 22 at Minnesota... his home run off Roy Halladay on June 28 broke a string of 51.1 homerless innings by the 2003 AL Cy Young Award winner... on September 25 vs. Toronto he was charged with an error at 3B with two out in the ninth inning allowing Toronto to tie the game... in the bottom of the inning he delivered a sac fly to give the Rays a "walk-off" 6-5 win... entered this season a career .262 hitter in five big league seasons, but the highest his average got all season was .232 on August 31... batted .309 (21-68) in August, but just .192 (52-271) the rest of the season.2003 For the 2nd consecutive year played six different positions for the Astros: 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, LF and RF...It was the 4th straight year he has played all 4 infield positions...Made 93 starts: 2B-18, 3B-72, SS-3...Split time at 3B with Morgan Ensberg and the two combined for 29 home runs at third base...Also for the 2nd straight year finished with 10 home runs and 52 RBI...Recorded a career-high 110 hits and the 52 RBI equaled his career high...Hit all of his home runs as a lefty...Batted .274 (105-383) from the left side and .135 (5-37) from the right...Batted in the 2nd spot in the lineup 79 times in his 93 starts. Made 14 starts at second base from June 25-July13 filling in for injured Jeff Kent (left wrist tendonitis)... Hit .365 (23x65) over those starts with three home runs, 10 RBI and 12 runs scored...His start at second base on June 25 at Arizona was his first there since Oct. 4, 2001 for Montreal at the Mets...During most of the time that he was filling in for Kent, he recorded a career-high 16-game hitting streak from June 25-July 17, during which he batted .357 (25-for-70)...Started at third base Opening Day on April 1 - his first ever Opening Day start and was 2-for- 5 with a home run (Miceli) vs. Colorado...Also doubled and drove in three runs...Had the game-tying home run in the ninth inning on July 1 vs. Milwaukee (DeJean)...Hit four homers and collected 15 RBI in May...Batted .345 (19x55) from May 1-16...Missed four games from May 20-23 due to viral meningitis...scratched from the lineup on May 20 after experiencing severe headaches and fever...spent the night at The Methodist Hospital in Houston...Released on May 21, but was not in uniform until May 24...a defensive replacement in right field on May 25, hit an RBI-double in his first at-bat...Played final two innings on August 17 vs. Philadelphia in left field after Lance Berkman was ejected... first appearance in left field since Sept. 22, 2002...Had five consecutive hits from May 7-8...was 3-for-3 on May 8 vs.Pittsburgh...Also had a career-high five hits (5-for-7) - the most by an Astro in '03 - on April 19 at Milwaukee in a 3-2, 14-inning loss...Batted .314 (11-for-35) in Interleague play..Had a pinch-hit, three-RBI double on Sept. 6 at San Diego 2002 Played six different positions (all four infield positions and LF and RF)...Started 95 games: 91 at 2B and two each in LF and RF...Posted a .185 batting average (12x65) as a right-handed hitter, including one home run and six RBI...Batted .304 (92x303) as a left-handed hitter, including nine home runs and 46 RBI...Hit his only right-handed home run of the year vs. Colorado (Hampton) on Sept. 9...Batted .313 (25-for-80) during the month of June, including three home runs and 12 RBI, while scoring nine runs...Batted .329 (25x76) in August, including a homer, 11 RBI and eight runs scored...Had 4 hits and five RBI (second time) at New York on July 30, collecting a triple, two singles and a home run...Connected for a hit in six consecutive at-bats between July 14-16...Played right field on May 25 for the first time in his Major League career...Went 3-for-4, with three doubles, three runs and a career-high five RBI on May 13 at Minute Maid Park vs. Philadelphia...Batted .313 (5-for-16) as a pinch-hitter. 2001 Appeared in 73 games for Montreal at third base, 35 in left field, 25 at second base, 14 at first base and four at shortstop...started 121 games (68 at 3B; 27 in LF; 18 at 2B; 8 at 1B)...Started 24 of the last 35 games at third base...Became the fifth player in Expos history to homer from both sides of the plate in the same game, on July 5 vs. Florida...homered off Chuck Smith as a left-handed hitter in the third inning and off Jesus Sanchez as a right-handed hitter in the fifth inning...was the first Expo to accomplish the feat since Jose Vidro on July 3, 2000 at Atlanta...Drove in four runs on three occasions,on July 5 vs.Florida,July 14 vs.the Rays,and Sept.21 vs.Colorado...Tied for team lead with 10 HBPs...plunked in three consecutive games from May 12-13, 16...Hit .298 (84-for-282) with 16 doubles, two triples, 10 home runs and 38 RBI in his starting assignments...Hit safely in 12 of 15 games following the All-Star break...named Expos Player of the Month for July after hitting .318 (21-for-66) with three home runs and 12 RBI in 20 games during the month. 2000 2000 marked the first time appearing on an opening day roster... Blum made the most of his opportunities as he established himself as a bona fide Major Leaguer... His versatility landed him in the line-up for 80 starts at four different infield positions... Stepped in and started 23 games at short when Orlando Cabrera injured his shoulder, made eight more starts at second base when Jose Vidro hurt his thumb, and even made four starts at first for Lee Stevens when he was out with hamstring and toe injuries... Made his best impression, however, at third base where he was anchored for most of the second half... Made 46 starts at the hot corner and took over the position for good when Michael Barrett was inserted behind the plate... Drove in a career-high four runs in his first start at third on July 21 at Florida... Batted 84-for-282 (.298) with 16 doubles, 2 triples, 10 HR and 38 RBI in his starting assignments... Kicked off the second half by hitting safely in 12 of his first 15 games en route to being named the Expos Player of the Month for July after batting .318 (21-for-66) with three homers and 12 RBI in 20 games total.