Keith McDonald

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  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2"/235

Keith McDonald MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.333 3 5 0 1.788

Keith McDonald Bio

  • Full Name: William Keith McDonald
  • Born: 2/8/1973 in Yokosuka, Japan
  • Draft: 1994, St. Louis Cardinals, 24th rd. (670th overall)
  • College: Pepperdine
  • Debut: 7/4/2000
  • Last Game: 9/28/2001
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 9 3 3 3 5 0 .333 .455 1.788

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William Keith McDonald Bio Info

Full name is William Keith McDonald...married, wife's name is Beth...attended the University of Utah, Cypress (CA) College and Pepperdine University...graduated in 1991 from Esperanza HS in Anaheim, CA...garnered all-conference baseball and all-county football recognition...signed by Cardinals scout Chuck Fick. 2005 Spent the entire season with Oklahoma (AAA) after being acquired along with LHP Matt Riley for OF Ramon Nivar in a trade with Baltimore on March 30, 2005...batted .240 (56-233) with 15 doubles, 2 HR and 33 RBI in 66 games...hit .303 (20-66) in first 19 games, mostly in a backup role...hit .160 (8-50) over next 15 games to lower season average to .241...assumed primary catching duties after Gerald Laird suffered a hamstring injury on July 19, and batted .264 (23-87) in 24 games from July 19-August 18 to raise average from .241 to .249...went 5-28 (.179) in final 8 games after Laird returned from the DL on August 19...season-ending slump lowered season average from .249 to .240...recorded season-high 7-game hit streak from July 8-21...registered 10 multi-hit games, including season-high 3 hits on 3 occasions...went 3-5 on July 19 at New Orleans after replacing an injured Gerald Laird in the lineup... hit grand slam on May 17 at Fresno, recording season-high 4 RBI in that contest...hit .223 (27-121) in 34 home games and .259 (29-112) in 32 road contests...batted .200 (14-70) against left-handers and .258 (42-163) against right-handers...appeared in 65 games at catcher and one at first base...made lone appearance at first in a start on April 20 vs. Nashville.