Adam Everett #28

  • SS
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 0" /180

Adam Everett MLB Career Stats

2758 .242 40 283 67 .640

Adam Everett Bio

  • Full Name: Jeffrey Adam Everett
  • Born: 2/5/1977 in Austell, GA
  • Draft: 1998, Boston Red Sox, 1st rd. (12th overall)
  • College: South Carolina
  • Debut: 8/30/2001
  • Last Game: 6/26/2011
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MLB Career Stats 2758 334 668 40 283 67 .242 .294 .640


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Adam Everett Stats

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Adam Everett Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
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Adam Everett Statcast Events


Adam Everett Leaderboards

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2004 13 25th in NL
2005 21 12th in NL


Season 3B Rank
2006 6 19th in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
2005 152 25th in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2005 7 17th in NL
2006 6 19th in NL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2003 9 24th in NL
2004 9 19th in NL

Adam Everett Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 30, 2011 Cleveland Indians released 3B Adam Everett.
June 27, 2011 Cleveland Indians designated 3B Adam Everett for assignment.
March 30, 2011 Cleveland Indians selected the contract of Adam Everett from Columbus Clippers.
January 4, 2011 Columbus Clippers signed free agent Adam Everett.
December 16, 2010 Cleveland Indians signed free agent 3B Adam Everett to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
June 8, 2010 Detroit Tigers designated SS Adam Everett for assignment.
December 7, 2009 Detroit Tigers signed free agent SS Adam Everett.
November 5, 2009 SS Adam Everett elected free agency.

Jeffrey Adam Everett Bio Info

Special Assistant, Baseball Operations
Everett, 34, recently concluded his 11-year Major League playing career after appearing in 34 games with Cleveland in 2011. He compiled a career fielding percentage of .976 over 880 Major League games, mostly at shortstop and earned National League Rawlings Gold Glove Award votes in each season between 2003 and 2006 while with the Houston Astros. Adam finished his Major League career with a batting average of .242 (668-2758) and also appeared in 19 post-season games in 2004 and 2005 with Houston. The Austell, GA native played collegiately at North Carolina State and the University of South Carolina and was then was drafted by Boston Red Sox in the first round (12th overall) of the 1998 First-Year Player Draft before being acquired from Houston prior to the 2000 season. As Special Assistant, Adam will be in uniform most of spring training and will be active in infield instruction and development in both Major and Minor League camps in Goodyear. During the regular season he will provide infield instruction and evaluation within the Indians Player Development system.
2010 Made 28 starts at shortstop for the Tigers (Detroit was 16-12 in those starts) and made just 1 error in 31 total games at short (123TC, .992 fielding %)...Was designated for assignment on June 8 and released a week later...Adam owns a career fielding percentage of .976 in 3,558 chances (85 errors) over 824 games at shortstop (823G) and second base (1G) and finished second among National League shortstops in fielding % (.990) and total chances (688) in 2006...He also appeared in 19 post-season games in 2004 and 2005 with Houston as his teams have compiled winning records in 9 of his 10 big league seasons...He spent the last two seasons with the Detroit Tigers, hitting .238 (82-345) with 21 doubles, 3 HR & 44 RBI in 118 games for Detroit in 2009 on a team that finished the regular season in a first place tie in the AL Central. 2009 Signed by the Tigers as a free agent during the off-season, he served as the club's primary shortstop as he saw action in 116 games at the position during the 2009 season...Led the American League with 15 sacrifice hits...Collected a season-high three hits on April 22 at the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim -- equaled the high with three hits on May 17 versus Oakland and July 29 at Texas...Belted his second career grand slam on May 2 versus Cleveland -- equaled a career high with four RBI...Hit safely in 12 of his 14 games May 1-21, batting .383 (18x47) with four doubles, a home run and 11 RBI...Batted .318 (21x66) with four doubles, a home run and 12 RBI in 21 games during May...Hit .417 (10x24) over an eight-game stretch June 21-July 1...Collected a run-scoring single in the ninth inning on September 4 at Tampa Bay to give the Tigers a 2-1 lead -- according the Elias Sports Bureau, it marked the second time in his career he produced a go-ahead hit in the ninth inning-or-later...his other such hit also came at Tropicana Field against the Rays, a double in the ninth inning on September 18, 2008 with the Minnesota Twins...Hit .273 (35x128) against lefthanded pitchers...batted .217 (47x217) with righties on the mound...Batted .271 (45x166) in 59 games at home...hit .207 (37x179) in 59 games on the road...Batted .262 (51x195) in 63 games prior to the all-star break...hit .207 (31x150) in 55 games following the all-star break...Hit .270 (27x100) with runners in scoring position. 2008 Limited to 48 games due to two stints on the disabled list during his only season with the Minnesota Twins in 2008...Saw action in nine games to start the season before being sidelined April 15-May 2 with a right shoulder strain...Landed on the disabled list for a second time May 22-July 30 with a right shoulder strain -- saw action with the Gulf Coast League Twins, Single A Fort Myers and Triple A Rochester during an injury rehabilitation assignment July 9-28...Compiled a seven-game hitting streak August 6-15, batting .364 (8x22) with a home run and eight RBI...Fared better against lefthanded pitchers, batting .310 (9x29)...hit .184 (18x98) with righties on the mound. 2006 Hit .239 (123x514) with six home runs and a career-high 59 RBI in 150 games for the Astros in 2006, his fourth season as the Astros everyday shortstop...also recorded career-high totals in doubles (28), triples (6), and walks (34)...RBI single on 9/28 at PIT extended his career high in RBI to 59...scored 52 runs, and the club was 32-14 when he scored at least one run...ranked 6th among NL shortstops in RBI...broke up a no-hitter (Hamels) in the 7th inning with an RBI-double on 9/16 vs. PHI, his 27th double of the year (tied career high)...did not play from 9/12-13 at STL (strained right groin)...recorded RBI squeeze bunt on 9/3 vs. NYM...tripled in consecutive games from 8/26-27...2x3 with three RBI and his 5th HR of the year on 9/9 at MIL...his .990 fielding pct ranked fourth all-time for an NL shortstop in a single season...among the top 10 in that category, Adam's 2006 season ranked third in total chances per nine innings (4.79) and second in assists per nine innings (3.34)...committed only seven errors all season...ranked fourth in the Majors and third in the NL with 479 assists (third among SS)...recorded a career-long, 53-game errorless streak from 6/30-8/31...committed only three errors in the last 79 games from 6/30 through the end of the season and only four in his last 101 games of the year (since 5/29)...ranked third among NL shortstops (5th in MLB) in double plays turned with 105...2nd in the NL in assists per nine innings at 3.34...hit his career-high 4th triple of the season on 8/15 vs. CHI and drove in two runs...hit his 4th HR of the season on 8/23 at CIN (Michalak)...1x4 with his 3rd HR (first since 5/9 at LAD) on 8/13 vs. SD...doubled in three consecutive games from 8/6-9...3x5 with two doubles and two RBI on 7/30 vs. ARI...reached base in five consecutive plate appearances from 7/15-16...started at SS on 7/15 and set career high with four hits...has three four-RBI games this season (7/15 at FLA; 5/2 at MIL; 4/18 vs. MIL)...batted .312 (24x77) in June, 2nd among NL and MLB shortstops (Reyes, .373)...tripled and scored the winning run in the 13th inning on 6/25 at CWS...hit a game-winning, three-run double on 5/19 vs. TEX...hit his 2nd home run of the year on 5/9 at COL (Seo)...left the game after being hit by a pitch on 4/25 vs. LAD (Penny)...missed two games and returned to the lineup on 4/29. 1998 Made his professional debut on Aug. 11 vs. Hudson Valley and went 2x3. ..hit .500 (7x14, 2 2B, 4 RBI) in four games from August 15-19...participated in the Florida Instructional League upon the conclusion of the season. 1999 Spent his second pro season with Double A Trenton of the Eastern League...singled to account for the Thunder's lone hit in a 4-0 loss to New Britain on April 18...was on the Disabled List for four weeks with a broken pinky before being activated on June 9...hit his first home run as a professional in the fourth inning of an 11-10 loss to Reading on June 28...after going homerless in his first 200 professional at-bats, he went deep three times in his next 40 at-bats...hit .450 (18x40) with four doubles, three homers and eight RBI over 11 games from July 7-20...hit a grand slam in the top of the eighth inning on Aug. 30 to help the Thunder to a 9-5 win over Norwich. 2005
  • hit .248 (136x549) with a career-high 11 home runs and 54 RBI...also recorded career-high totals in doubles (27), hits (136), walks (26), and stolen bases (21)...his 136 hits are tied for the most by an Astros shortstop in a season since 1993 (Andujar Cedeno, 143 in '93).
  • has hit safely in 25 of his last 36 starts (.281, 36x128)...hit his 11th home run of the year on 9/13 vs. FLA (Beckett).
  • his 11 HR marked the eighth time in franchise history that a shortstop hit as many as 10 homers in one season.
  • stole home on 7/22 at WSH...also stole home on 6/24 vs. the first Astro since Cesar Cedeno (1977) to steal home twice in a season...stole a base in three consecutive games from 7/4-6...homered in consecutive games on 7/1 and 7/2 (G1) at CIN.
  • recorded his career-best fielding percentage at .978...committed 14 errors in 149 games (146 starts).
  • missed four games from 9/16-19... returned to the lineup on 9/20 at PIT and went 3x4 with three runs...drove in a seasonhigh three runs four times, most recently on 9/14 vs. FLA.
  • 1x4 with his 20th stolen base on 9/15 vs. the 3rd shortstop in club history with at least 10 HR and 20 SB (Dickie Thon, 1983; Julio Lugo, 2000).
  • Posted a seven-game hitting streak from 7/27-8/3 (.423, 11x26).
  • stole home on 7/22 at WSH...also stole home on 6/24 vs. the first Astro since Cesar Cedeno (1977) to steal home twice in a season...stole a base in three consecutive games from 7/4-6.
  • homered in consecutive games on 7/1 and 7/2 (G1) at CIN.
  • hit .249 with seven HR and 36 RBI in the first half...hit .245 with four home runs and 18 RBI in the second half.
  • hit four home runs in May and drove in 10 runs...his four homers tied for second among NL shortstops in May...did not homer but drove in 12 runs in June.
  • hit .357 (10x28) during an eight-game hitting streak from 5/10-18. 2004 Ranked second in the Majors with 22 sacrifice bunts...tied for fifth in the National League with 10 bunt singles and tied for 12th with 26 infield hits...started 97 games at shortstop...stole a career-high 13 bases and tied his career high with eight home runs...played in five postseason games...made a pinch-hit appearance in Game 6 of the NLCS vs. St. Louis - his first plate appearance since being injured on Aug. 6...scored a run as a pinch-runner on Oct. 1, his first appearance in 50 games...activated from the 15-day DL on Sept. 29 after missing 49 games with a fracture to his left ulna bone...hit by a pitch on Aug. 6 vs. Montreal (Vargas)...placed on the 15-day DL on Aug. 6...posted a career-long, 11-game hitting streak from July 20-30...had four home runs and 11 RBI during the streak...homered twice on July 27 vs. Arizona (Gonzalez), the first multi-HR game of his career...eighth HR of the year tied his career high (also in 2003)...finished second in NL All-Star balloting at shortstop with 1,814,814 votes (behind Edgar Renteria)...had three consecutive multi-hit games from May 25-28...hit .350 (14x40) during his career-best, 10-game hitting streak from May 18-28...hit 2x3 with his third homer of the year on May 15 vs. the New York Mets (Baldwin)...snapped an 0x9 streak with his second home run of the year (Willis) on May 12 vs. Florida...had two hits in four consecutive games from April 17-21...made his second Opening Day start at shortstop (also in 2002). 2002 Played in 40 games for the Astros, posting a .193 batting average (17x88)...finished with four RBI, 12 walks and 19 strikeouts.
    • Opening Day shortstop batted .189 (7x38) with one double and three RBI over 14 games before being optioned to Triple A New Orleans on April 21.
    • recalled from New Orleans on Aug. 13 after Julio Lugo suffered a broken left ulna and was out for the remainder of the season...started nine games in August.
    • collected a three-game hitting streak (8/19-23).
    • started 12 games at shortstop between April 2 and April 20, making just two errors in 56 chances...did not make an error in his first nine starts.
    • posted his first big league double on April 14 at St. Louis...drove in the Astros fifth run in the 5-4 win with the fifth-inning double.
    • snapped an 0x12 streak with a fifth-inning single on April 10 at Colorado.
    • collected first Major League hit and RBI on Opening Day vs. Milwaukee with a second-inning single off Ben Sheets that scored Richard Hidalgo.
    • batted .275 (95x345) over 88 games with two home runs and 25 RBI at New Orleans...notched 12 stolen bases.
    2001 Recalled from Triple A New Orleans on August 29...hit .249 (110x441) with five home runs, 40 RBI, 69 runs, and 24 stolen bases for the Zephyrs.
    • scored first big league run in the ninth inning on Sept. 18 at San Francisco to tie the game at 2-2.
    • recorded first Major League stolen base on Sept. 7 against Milwaukee.
    • Major League debut (shortstop, August 30) and at-bat (0-1, Sept. 5) both came against Cincinnati.
    • appeared in nine games for Houston and was hitless in three at-bats...scored one run and recorded one stolen base.
    2000 Led the Zephyrs in doubles (25) and runs scored (82), earning a spot on the Triple A All-Star Team and eventually helping the U.S. Olympic Team earn the Gold Medal in Sydney...shortstop was second on New Orleans with 126 games played and tied for second with 111 hits...finished the season strong, batting .290 (27x93) in July and .294 (25x85) in August...went 4x6 on May 25 at Nashville...drove in four runs on June 7 at Salt Lake...went 4x5 vs. Fresno June 16...had a 12-game hitting streak July 5-19 (.375; 18x48)...notched his only hit of the Olympics in the 4-0 championship game win over Cuba.