Ryan Langerhans #18

  • LF
  • B/T: L/L
  • 6' 3" /220

Ryan Langerhans MLB Career Stats

1250 .226 33 125 11 .704

Ryan Langerhans Bio

  • Full Name: Ryan David Langerhans
  • Born: 2/20/1980 in San Antonio, TX
  • Draft: 1998, Atlanta Braves, 3rd rd. (101st overall)
  • High School: Round Rock, TX
  • Debut: 4/28/2002
  • Last Game: 9/29/2013
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MLB Career Stats 1250 177 283 33 125 11 .226 .333 .704


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Ryan Langerhans Stats

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Ryan Langerhans Advanced Stats

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Ryan Langerhans Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
October 4, 2013 1B Ryan Langerhans elected free agency.
September 26, 2013 Toronto Blue Jays selected the contract of 1B Ryan Langerhans from Buffalo Bisons.
August 22, 2013 Toronto Blue Jays signed free agent LF Ryan Langerhans to a minor league contract.
August 22, 2013 Ryan Langerhans assigned to Buffalo Bisons.
June 21, 2013 Buffalo Bisons released LF Ryan Langerhans.
December 18, 2012 Toronto Blue Jays signed free agent LF Ryan Langerhans to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 4, 2012 LF Ryan Langerhans elected free agency.
June 23, 2012 Los Angeles Angels sent LF Ryan Langerhans outright to Salt Lake Bees.
June 19, 2012 sent LF Ryan Langerhans on a rehab assignment to Salt Lake Bees.
May 21, 2012 Ryan Langerhans roster status changed by Los Angeles Angels.
May 14, 2012 Los Angeles Angels selected the contract of LF Ryan Langerhans from Salt Lake Bees.
April 4, 2012 Ryan Langerhans assigned to Salt Lake Bees.
December 27, 2011 Los Angeles Angels signed free agent LF Ryan Langerhans to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 4, 2011 LF Ryan Langerhans elected free agency.
July 29, 2011 Tacoma Rainiers traded LF Ryan Langerhans to Reno Aces.
May 11, 2011 Seattle Mariners sent Ryan Langerhans outright to Tacoma Rainiers.
May 9, 2011 Seattle Mariners designated Ryan Langerhans for assignment.
March 30, 2011 Seattle Mariners selected the contract of Ryan Langerhans from Tacoma Rainiers.
December 14, 2010 Tacoma Rainiers signed free agent Ryan Langerhans.
December 14, 2010 Seattle Mariners signed free agent LF Ryan Langerhans to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 3, 2010 LF Ryan Langerhans elected free agency.
May 4, 2010 Seattle Mariners selected the contract of LF Ryan Langerhans from Tacoma Rainiers.
April 12, 2010 Seattle Mariners sent Ryan Langerhans outright to Tacoma Rainiers.
April 8, 2010 LF Ryan Langerhans assigned to Seattle Mariners.
December 18, 2009 Seattle Mariners signed free agent LF Ryan Langerhans.
December 13, 2009 LF Ryan Langerhans elected free agency.
June 30, 2009 Seattle Mariners selected the contract of LF Ryan Langerhans from Tacoma Rainiers.
June 28, 2009 Tacoma Rainiers traded 2B Michael Morse to Syracuse Chiefs for OF Ryan Langerhans.

Ryan David Langerhans Bio Info

Ryan David Langerhans (LAN-ger-hans)... Married with one child... Is a 1998 graduate of Round Rock (TX) High... Played for father, John, who was inducted to the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame in Feb. 2007... Father, a 1B, reached Double-A level in Cleveland organization in the 1970's... Earned Class 5A All-State honours by the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association as a junior in '97 (others on the 5A squad: Josh Beckett, Vernon Wells)... Went 11-1 with a 1.45 ERA and batted .427 with 36 RBI... Led Round Rock High to 5A State Championship... Earned Honorable Mention accolades on the 1998 USA Today All-USA baseball team. 2012 Appeared in two games for the Angels last season, striking out in his only at-bat...In 96 games for Salt Lake of the PCL (AAA), recorded 38 extra-base hits including 11 home runs... Walked 63 times in just 336 at-bats...Spent a month on the disabled list (May 22-June 23) with a seperated shoulder. 2011 Split time between Tacoma of the Pacific Coast League (AAA) and Reno (AAA)...Was traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks in exhange for cash considerations on July 29...Posted a 1.022 OPS in 38 games with Reno in the Diamondbacks organization. 2010 Appeared in 48 games with the Mariners, making 30 starts at 4 different positions... played 30 games (24 GS) in LF; 8 G (1 GS) in RF; 6 G (3 GS) at 1B and 2 G (2 GS) in CF...recorded a .344 OBP; 2nd on the club (Ichiro, .394)...collected 24 walks in 132 plate appearances...hit pinch-hit home run June 15 at St. Louis; 4th career pinch-hit homer, first with Seattle...made Opening Day roster but was designated for assignment April 8 (4th day of season); outrighted to Tacoma (AAA) April 12; selected from Tacoma and rejoined Mariners May 3...following the season had surgery (performed by Mariners Medical Director Dr. Edward Khalfayan) to remove loose bodies from left elbow. 2009 Acquired from the Washington Nationals on June 28 in minor league trade for INF/OF Mike Morse...selected from AAA Tacoma June 30 (Beltre placed on 15-Day DL)...did not appear in a game with Tacoma...Appeared in 38 games with the Mariners, including 30 starts (LF- 26, CF-3, RF-1)...Had 4 hits in his first 2 games with Seattle, including recording 3 of his 6 doubles...hit 5 of his 6 doubles on the season in 7 games, July 2-8...Hit first career walk-off home run, a 2-run shot in the bottom of the 11th inning on Aug. 7 vs. TB (off J. Howell); entered game as pinch runner in 7th...Hit 2nd walk-off 2-run home run of the season in bottom of the 10th inning on Aug. 25 vs. OAK (off C. Breslow); entered game as DR in right field in the 9th...Became the 12th player in club history to hit a pair of walk-off homers in the same season...Did not play from Sept. 18-Oct. 3, after injuring neck on diving play Sept. 17 vs. CWS...Opened season with Syracuse (AAA) in Nationals organization...hit .278 (57x205) with 34 runs, 16 doubles, 9 home runs, 40 RBI in 64 games...Non-tendered on Dec. 12, but re-signed as Major League free agent Dec. 16, 2009. 2008 Split the season between the Nationals and Columbus (AAA)...recorded a .389 onbase percentage as a pinch-hitter (8x30, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 6 BB)...tied for team-lead with 8 pinch hits and ranked T2nd in the National League with 2 pinch-hit HR...recorded 100th career RBI Sept. 5 at Atlanta. 2007 After playing first 9 pro seasons with ATL organization, was traded twice in a week-first to OAK and then to Washington...hit .167 with 7 doubles, 6 homers and 23 RBI in 125 games with ATL, OAK and Washington. With Washington: Hit .198 (32-for-162) with 6 home runs, 22 RBI, 6 doubles and 2 triples in 103 games (39 starts)with the Nationals...was designated for assignment on August 18 and outrighted to Triple-A Columbus of theInternational League, August 22...went 2-for-3 with a double in his first start with Washington on May 6 at CHI...hit first career grand slam off Randy Flores to bust open an eventual 7-2 victory on May 27 at STL...with 2 outs in 6th inning and tying and winning runs on base, made dramatic diving catch to protect 4-3 lead in eventual 5-4 win on July 7 vs. MIL...hit 3-run homer off Jason Jennings, July 18 vs. HOU, to provide decisive runs in 7-6 win...after stint with Columbus, contract was selected by Washington on September 4...hit .357 (5-for-14) with one homer, 3 RBI and 4 runs in 17 September contests...when appearing, the Nationals went 55-48. With OAK: Played in only 2 games with OAK before being acquired by Washington 3 days after joining the A's. With ATL: Hit only .068 (3-for-44) with 16 strikeouts in 20 games with ATL before being dealt to OAK. In minor leagues: Hit .275 (14-for-51) with a home run, 2 RBI, 3 doubles and 11 runs scored in 14 games with Columbus...in Clippers' '07 finale, hit game-winning 2-run homer with 2 outs in 9th inning, September 3 at Toledo. 2006 Played in 131 games and batted .241...Played solid defense, committing just one error in 199 chances. Has made just two errors in his career...Batted .308 vs. LHP and .232 vs. RHP...Hit .296 at home and .186 on the road...Clubbed his first career pinch-homer in the ninth inning on 8/25 vs. WSH...Established a career high with four walks on 8/17 at WSH...Saw his team-high 84-game errorless run end on 8/7 vs. PHI...His two-run homer (#3) at SD off J. Peavy on 5/22 was the game-winner and was his first HR since 4/7 (a span off 107 at-bats between homers)...Snapped 0-for-17 slump on 7/25 vs. FLA and went 3-for-3 with a double on 7/26 vs. FLA...Went 2-for-5 on 5/7 at NYM and made his first career start in CF...Opened the season with a career-best seven-game hitting streak (.476, 10-for-21)...Knocked in game-winning run in the eighth on a ground-rule double 4/5 at LA...Clubbed his first HR of the season with a solo shot in the eighth inning on Opening Day at LAD...Hit .288 (17-for-59) in 24 spring games and led the club in runs (11), doubles (8) and walks (T-11). 2005 Enjoyed a fine rookie campaign in which he batted .267 with eight homers and 22 doubles in 128 games...Ranked third among NL rookies in doubles, fourth in extra-base hits (33) and fifth in on-base pct. (.348)...Reached base safely via hit or walk in 30 of his last 36 starts...His first career homer 4/18 at HOU - a 12th-inning, 396-foot shot off Dan Wheeler that sent the Braves to a 1-0 victory...Had first multi-homer game and a career-best six RBI on 5/8 vs. HOU...Had second multi-homer game on 5/11 at COL...Snapped an 0-for-20 spell with his RBI single in the fifth inning 5/24....Had four hits, including two doubles on 6/2 at WSH...Went 3-for-4 on 6/7 vs. LAA...Scored winning run vs. PHI after a ninth-inning triple off B. Wagner on 7/3...Had the game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth on 7/8 vs. MIL...Tied 9/7 game vs. NYM with a ninth-inning double, then won the game with a 10th-inning, two-run single, as the Braves claimed a 4-3 victory...Had his career-high seven-game hitting streak snapped 9/30 (0-1)...He went 10-for-22 (.455) during the streak...Came off the bench and clubbed a two-run homer (#8) on 10/1 at FLA...2005 POSTSEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Division Series (Hou.): Started three of the four games in LF. Went 2-for-4 in Game 2 and 2-for-5 with a double, two walks and a stolen base. 2004 Established career highs in batting average (.298), doubles (34), home runs (20), RBI (72), runs (103) and walks (70) at Richmond (AAA)...Won the 2004 Hank Aaron Award, which goes to the top offensive performer in the Braves minor league system...Was the recipient of the 2004 Tommie Aaron Memorial Award for being Richmond's team MVP...Became just fourth player in Richmond history to score 100+ runs in a single season, joining Albert Hall, Paul Runge and Bob Beall...Ranked among the International League leaders in doubles (T8th), extra-base hits (7th) and runs (2nd)...Batted .331 with 10 HR, 23 RBI, 11 doubles and 39 runs in the second half...Hit two home runs at Rochester on 7/17 (3-for-4, 2 RBI, 2 R)...Named Richmond Player of the Month for July when he hit .373 with four homers and 17 RBI...In the Governors' Cup Playoffs, went 8-for-33 (.242) with two doubles, a homer and six RBI...Went 3-for-5 with a HR, three RBI and three runs in Game 1 of the Governors' Cup Finals at Buffalo on 9/14. 2003 Ryan made his third trip to the majors as a September callup...Recalled from AAA Richmond Sept. 2...His 1st major league hit was an RBI single in 2nd game of DH Sept. 5 vs. Pirates...At Richmond, hit .281 with 4 HR and 11 RBI in 37 G...Assigned to Richmond July 24 from AA Greenville where he hit .253 (85 x 336) with 6 HR and 38 RBI in 94 G...Had begun season at Greenville; was recalled to Atlanta May 4, but did not see action in the two days with the team...Was the starting CF in the Southern League All-Star Game for the East (1 x 5, 1 2B, 1 RBI). 2002
  • Spent entire season on the AA Greenville roster with exception of a one-game promotion to Atlanta on April 28.
  • On DL May 23-June 17 due to surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee.
  • Named Greenville's Player of the Year after finishing 1st on club in RBI (62), runs (57), and walks (68).
  • Hit safely in 10 of 11 games from April 6-17, going 13x38 (.342) with 1 HR, 6 doubles and 9 RBI.
  • Went 3 x 4 August 1 at Chattanooga with 1 3B, 1 HR and 4 RBI.
  • Hit safely 9 of 10 games August 6-15 (13 x 35, .371) with 11 walks.
2001 While playing for Class A Myrtle Beach, ranked 5th in the Carolina League with a .374 OB% and T6th with a .287 BA... Named to the Carolina League All-Star team...Compiled an 11-game hitting streak April 27-May 9 (17 x 41, .415) raising his BA from .190 to .283...Went 11 x 18 (.611) with 7 RBI in 4 games May 18-22...Batted .464 (13 x 28, 2 HR, 6 RBI) over 8 games Aug. 7-15...Ranked 4th in the Braves organization with 22 steals. 2000 Hit a grand slam 5/20 at Frederick. Had two seven-game hitting streaks, the first he hit .346 (9-for-26, 2 HR, 9 RBI) and .480 the other (12-for-25, HR, 2 3B). Tied for third in the Carolina League in triples. Hit .370 (10-for-27, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 4 SB) over seven-game stretch over May 20-28. 1999 Listed by Baseball America as being the organization's 12th best prospect. Rated by Baseball America as having the Best Outfield Arm in the Braves' minor leagues. Led the team in hits and doubles. Finished second on the squad in base on balls and third in steals. Had seven assists from his outfield position. Had an 11-game hit streak from 6/25 through 7/14 (17-for-35, .486). 1998 Began pro career with Gulf Coast League Braves.