Tim Hummel

  • 3B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2"/205

Tim Hummel MLB Career Stats

.222 3 17 1 .599

Tim Hummel Bio

  • Full Name: Timothy Robert Hummel
  • Born: 11/18/1978 in Goshen, NY
  • Draft: 2000, Chicago White Sox, 2nd rd. (52nd overall)
  • College: Old Dominion
  • Debut: 8/26/2003
  • Last Game: 8/13/2004
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MLB Career Stats 194 19 43 3 17 1 .222 .285 .599


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Married Brooke ... played collegiate baseball at Old Dominion ... became the first baseball player in school history to be named to all five All-America teams in the same season ... was ranked 43rd among Baseball America's Top 100 Prospects ... was named First-Team All-America by Baseball America , Baseball Weekly and Collegiate Baseball ... was named the Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year in 2000 ... hit .388 (254-655) with 20 home runs and 185 RBI in three seasons ... set a CAA record .508 career on-base percentage ... earned CAA Rookie of the Year honors and was selected as a First-Team All-America by Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball as a freshman ... was a two-time selection on the USA Today High School All-America squad ... played in the Cape Cod League ... was chosen in the fifth round of the 1997 draft by San Diego but did not sign ... brother, Daniel, was a catcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization. 2005 Combined to hit .262 (108-413) with 10 home runs and 50 RBI in 120 games between Class AAA Pawtucket (Boston) and Class AAA Memphis (St. Louis) ... played all four infield positions, making 67 appearances at third base, 33 at shortstop, eight at second and six at first ... combined to post a .967 (12 E/361 TC) fielding percentage ... hit .327 (36-110) vs. lefthanders and .238 (72-303) vs. righties ... began the season with Pawtucket ... reached base safely in 14 of 15 games from 4/24-5/12 ... batted .313 (30-96) in his first 29 games with the Red Sox, but just .203 (26-128) in his final 35 ... was signed by St. Louis as a free agent on 6/22 ... was 0-12 in his first five games with the Redbirds ... hit two home runs on 7/20 at Nashville ... went 4-5 with two RBI on 8/4 at Salt Lake City ... batted .200 (15-75) in his first 25 games with Memphis but .325 (37-114) the remainder of the season ... was selected by the White Sox from St. Louis in the Rule 5 Draft on 12/8. 2004 Played in 56 games with Cincinnati following his promotion from Class AAA Louisville on 5/9 ... made 32 appearances at third base, 13 at first, one at second and one at shortstop ... was 0-12 as a pinch hitter ... hit .366 (15-41) in June, but just .081 (3-37) over his next 24 games before being optioned to Louisville on 8/15 ... collected a career-high three hits in consecutive games on 6/16-17 vs. Texas ... also scored a career best three runs and hit his only home run (off Nick Bierbrodt) on 6/16 ... was claimed off waivers by Boston on 9/3... hit .289 (44-152) with two homers and 20 RBI in 42 games with the Riverbats before his promotion on 5/9 ... went 11-28 (.393) in his final seven games ... was claimed off waivers by Boston on 9/3 ... was designated for assignment by the Red Sox on 9/16 and outrighted to Class AAA Pawtucket on 9/21. 2003 Was 1 of 13 Reds players to make his Major League debut...prior to his acquisition by the Reds appeared in 128g at Class AAA Charlotte...after the trade reported immediately to Cin...for the Knights appeared in 97g at 3B, 31g at SS and 6g at 2B...for the Reds made 26 apps overall and 20 starts, including 18 starts at 3B, 1 start at 2B (9/1 at Mil) and 1 start at SS (8/28 vs Mil)...made 12 starts batting second, 2 starts batting fifth, 4 starts batting sixth and 2 starts batting eighth...went 5-for-16 with RISP (.313)...produced four 2-hit games...on 8/26 vs Mil made his Major League debut, pinch hit vs Doug Davis and grounded out...on 8/27 vs Mil made his first career start (3B) and recorded his first career hit, a double off Wayne Franklin...also recorded his first career homer off Franklin (9/1 at Mil)...hit his other homer on 9/5 at StL (solo off Sterling Hitchcock)...in the 8-5 win on 8/29 vs StL produced his first career RBI, a pinch-hit 2-run double off Jason Simontacchi that extended Cin's lead to 6-2...had a pair of season-high 4-game hitting streaks (8/27-8/30, 9/13-9/16).

Career highlights: Was International League Batter of the Week for 8/26-9/2, 2002...in 2001 was a Baseball America Class AA All-Star and a mid-season Southern League All-Star. 2002 Rated by Baseball America prior to the 2003 season as the No. 17 Prospect in the Sox organization ... set a franchise record with 142 games played at Class AAA Charlotte ... led team in hits (136), walks (51), sacrifice flies (nine) and multihit games (33), tied for the lead with 10 hit by pitch and ranked second in doubles (33) ... his 33 doubles ranked fifth on the Knights' single-season list ... hit two or more doubles in a game five times ... played all four infield positions, compiling a .980 fielding percentage (12 E/645 TC) ... hit .316 vs. left-handers ... ended season with an 11-game hitting streak and earned International League Batter of the Week honors for 8/26-9/2 ... tied for second on team in walks (18) ... played for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League, hitting .303 (27-89) with no home runs and seven RBI in 29 games. 2001 Was listed by Baseball America as the No. 6 Prospect in the organization and No. 2 Second Baseman in the minor leagues ... also named by same publication as the Class AA All-Star second baseman ... spent entire season at Class AA Birmingham and finished fifth among all Class AA second basemen with a .290 average ... ranked among Southern League leaders in hits (T2nd, 152), doubles (T3rd, 33), runs scored (5th, 83), triples (T5th, six) and average (8th) ... finished among the organization leaders in hits (2nd), runs scored (2nd), triples (T3rd), average (4th), doubles (4th), walks (4th, 62), total bases (5th, 218), extra-base hits (T7th, 46) and RBI (10th, 63) ... named to the SL midseason All-Star Team ... led team with 10 sacrifice flies ... reached base safely in 19 straight games from 6/6-29 ... played 93 games at second base, 36 at shortstop and five at third ... played for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League ... tied for team lead in doubles (eight) and finished second in runs scored (22) and walks (19). 2000 Split his first pro season between Class A Burlington and Class A Winston-Salem ... combined to hit .326 (79-242) with two home runs and 30 RBI in 66 games ... .326 average would have ranked second among Class A shortstops, .001 off the lead, but he fell short of the required plate appearances ... cited by Baseball America as the Best Hitter and as making the Best Pro Debut from the Sox 2000 draft class ... played 41 games at shortstop and 25 at third base ... reached base safely in 37 of 39 games with Burlington, including 26 straight from 6/25-7/21 ... compiled a 12-game hitting streak ... was promoted to Winston-Salem on 8/6 ... was 6-7 (all singles) on 8/ 27 at Frederick ... was one of five minor-leaguers in 2000 and the only player in the Carolina League to collect six hits in one game ... was recommended/signed by Doug Laumann and Alex Cosmidis.