Mark Teixeira

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  • 1B
  • B/T: S/R
  • 6' 3"/225
  • Age: 35

Mark Teixeira 2015 Postseason Stats

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Mark Teixeira Postseason Career Stats

.222 3 14 1 .659

Mark Teixeira Stats

.255 31 79 2 .906

Mark Teixeira MLB Career Stats

.272 394 1254 24 .882

Mark Teixeira Bio

  • Full Name: Mark Charles Teixeira
  • Pronunciation: Tuh-SHARE-uh
  • Nickname: Tex
  • Born: 4/11/1980 in Annapolis, MD
  • Draft: 2001, Texas Rangers, 1st rd. (5th overall)
  • College: Georgia Tech
  • Debut: April 1, 2003
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2015 Postseason Stats - - - - - - - - -
Postseason Career Stats 153 21 34 3 14 1 .222 .339 .659
2015 Stats 392 57 100 31 79 2 .255 .357 .906
MLB Career Stats 6549 1056 1783 394 1254 24 .272 .364 .882
  • Status: Disabled 15-Day

Mark Teixeira Statcast Averages

Year Team LG PA HIP Avg Launch Speed (mph) Avg Distance (feet) Avg Gen Velocity (mph) Avg Launch Angle (deg) Avg Height (feet)
2015 Yankees AL 462 252 90.89 216.05 1.52 11.28 42.66
MLB Avg - - - - 89.28 211.67 0.42 9.00 33.43


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September 11, 2015 at 7:26 PM ET

Teixeira has fracture, won't return this season

Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira is done for the season.

September 10, 2015 at 8:35 PM ET

Teixeira vowing to return this season

Earlier this week, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman and manager Joe Girardi both publicly wondered if Mark Teixeira would play again in 2015. Teixeira hasn't appeared in a game since Aug. 26 due to a bone bruise in his right leg, but the first baseman has consistently vowed that he will return before the season's end. On Thursday, the script was no different.


Mark Teixeira Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2009 NY Yankees AL

AL All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Texas AL
2009 NY Yankees AL
2015 NY Yankees AL

AL Silver Slugger

Year Team League
2004 Texas AL
2005 Texas AL
2009 NY Yankees AL

Rawlings AL Gold Glove

Year Team League
2005 Texas AL
2006 Texas AL
2009 NY Yankees AL
2010 NY Yankees AL
2012 NY Yankees AL

Home Run Derby Participant

Year Team League
2005 Texas AL

NL Player of the Month

Month Team League
08/2007 Atlanta NL

AL Player of the Month

Month Team League
07/2004 Texas AL

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/04/2004 Texas AL
05/22/2005 Texas AL
09/04/2005 Texas AL
09/06/2010 NY Yankees AL
04/27/2015 NY Yankees AL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
08/26/2007 Atlanta NL

Rangers Rookie of the Year

Year Team League
2003 Texas AL

Rangers Harold McKinney Good Guy Award

Year Team League
2006 Texas AL

AFL Hall of Fame Member

Year Team League
2012 Peoria AFL

Mark Teixeira Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2005 .301 12th in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2003 26 24th in AL
2004 38 5th in AL
2005 43 4th in AL
2006 33 14th in AL
2009 39 1st in AL
2010 33 4th in AL
2011 39 3rd in AL
2012 24 24th in AL
2014 22 20th in AL
2015 31 12th in AL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
2004 112 7th in AL
2005 144 2nd in AL
2006 110 11th in AL
2009 122 1st in AL
2010 108 8th in AL
2011 111 4th in AL
2012 84 22nd in AL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2004 .929 6th in AL
2005 .954 7th in AL
2006 .886 18th in AL
2009 .948 3rd in AL
2010 .846 17th in AL
2011 .835 17th in AL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2004 .370 23rd in AL
2005 .379 10th in AL
2006 .371 24th in AL
2009 .383 15th in AL
2010 .365 15th in AL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2004 .560 6th in AL
2005 .575 5th in AL
2006 .514 17th in AL
2009 .565 3rd in AL
2010 .481 18th in AL
2011 .494 15th in AL
2012 .475 22nd in AL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
2004 101 17th in AL
2005 112 7th in AL
2006 99 17th in AL
2009 103 6th in AL
2010 113 1st in AL
2011 90 13th in AL


Season BB Rank
2004 68 21st in AL
2005 72 12th in AL
2006 89 9th in AL
2009 81 10th in AL
2010 93 3rd in AL
2011 76 13th in AL
2014 58 23rd in AL
2015 59 19th in AL


Season H Rank
2005 194 6th in AL
2006 177 16th in AL
2009 178 17th in AL


Season 2B Rank
2004 34 24th in AL
2005 41 7th in AL
2006 45 5th in AL
2009 43 8th in AL
2010 36 17th in AL


Season 3B Rank
2003 5 20th in AL

Games Played

Season G Rank
2005 162 1st in AL
2006 162 1st in AL
2009 156 13th in AL
2010 158 8th in AL
2011 156 14th in AL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
2005 644 6th in AL
2006 628 6th in AL
2009 609 16th in AL
2010 601 13th in AL
2011 589 17th in AL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
2005 730 4th in AL
2006 727 4th in AL
2009 707 9th in AL
2010 712 5th in AL
2011 684 13th in AL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
2004 305 12th in AL
2005 370 1st in AL
2006 323 7th in AL
2009 344 1st in AL
2010 289 12th in AL
2011 291 12th in AL


Season SO Rank
2003 120 10th in AL
2004 117 14th in AL
2005 124 9th in AL
2006 128 10th in AL
2009 114 24th in AL
2010 122 15th in AL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2003 14 10th in AL
2004 10 18th in AL
2005 11 11th in AL
2009 12 6th in AL
2010 13 3rd in AL
2011 11 8th in AL
2012 7 19th in AL

Mark Teixeira Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
September 4, 2015 New York Yankees placed 1B Mark Teixeira on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to August 27, 2015. right shin bone bruise
April 20, 2014 New York Yankees activated 1B Mark Teixeira from the 15-day disabled list.
April 5, 2014 New York Yankees placed 1B Mark Teixeira on the 15-day disabled list. right hamstring strain
November 4, 2013 New York Yankees activated 1B Mark Teixeira from the 60-day disabled list.
July 6, 2013 New York Yankees transferred 1B Mark Teixeira from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. July 2013 right wrist surgery.
June 18, 2013 Mark Teixeira roster status changed by New York Yankees.
June 16, 2013 Mark Teixeira roster status changed by New York Yankees.
May 31, 2013 New York Yankees activated 1B Mark Teixeira from the 60-day disabled list.
May 29, 2013 New York Yankees sent 1B Mark Teixeira on a rehab assignment to Trenton Thunder.
May 12, 2013 New York Yankees transferred 1B Mark Teixeira from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. Tendon sheath injury in his right wrist.
March 31, 2013 New York Yankees placed 1B Mark Teixeira on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to March 22, 2013. Tendon sheath injury in his right wrist.
October 25, 2010 New York Yankees activated 1B Mark Teixeira from the 15-day disabled list.
October 20, 2010 New York Yankees placed 1B Mark Teixeira on the 15-day disabled list. Strained right hamstring

Mark Charles Teixeira Bio Info

Full name is Mark Charles Teixeira… he and his wife, Leigh, have two sons, Jack and William and daughter, Addison… met his wife, an industrial-design major, as a freshman at Georgia Tech… signed by Zackary Hoyrst (Rangers)… is an avid golfer… his favorite team growing up was the Baltimore Orioles and his favorite player was Don Mattingly… is of Portuguese descent… his father, John, is a former Navy pilot who played high school baseball with Bucky Dent… his uncle, Pete, played in the Braves minor league system... In 2006, Mark and his wife established the Mark Teixeira Charitable Fund that supported six $5,000 scholarships at three high schools in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area… in 2007, he increased the number of scholarships to 12… following the 2007 season, he held the first Tex's Holiday Hold 'Em poker tournament that raised over $55,000 for his foundation… other community groups that have been helped by the Teixeiras include Cook Children's Medical Center, the Arlington Boys & Girls Club and the Arlington Police Department, where they worked to start a local Police Athletic League (PAL) for the youth of Arlington… won the 2006 "Harold McKinney Good Guy Award" as voted on by the Dallas/Ft. Worth chapter of the BBWAA… received a 2012 Thurman Munson Award for his on-field excellence and community service... In May 2010, Mark and Leigh partnered up with Harlem RBI, making a $100,000 donation to the Harlem RBI Futures Fund to support its college-bound seniors… in addition, Mark signed up as a member of the Harlem RBI Board of Directors and serves as an Honorary Chair of Harlem RBI's Capital Campaign… since Teixeira joined the organization, Harlem RBI has expanded its efforts to reach Mott Haven in the South Bronx, with special attention on the Paterson Houses... Announced on 4/6/11 that he made a $1 million donation to Harlem RBI and called on fans to help raise additional funds through his Dream Team campaign… the fundraising campaign was designed to help the organization build a state-of-the-art facility for the children that Harlem RBI and its partner, DREAM Charter School, serve each year… the groundbreaking project included a 450-seat public charter school facility, a new community center, 87 units of low income housing and a rebuilt public park… all are designed to serve as a model of urban development... On 2/7/13, Harlem RBI broke ground on a $78.5 million building in East Harlem that will be home to a DREAM Charter School and an affordable housing complex… construction on the facility, which will be called the East Harlem Center for Living and Learning, is expected to take 18 months. On 5/14/13, Prince Harry of Wales visited Harlem RBI's "Field of Dreams" in East Harlem as the organization celebrated its new partnership with The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Dutchess of Cambridge… at the event, Prince Harry took batting practice with Teixeira pitching, with the duo also working together to give pitching, hitting and fielding lessons to students in attendance... Served as a MLB Network guest studio analyst for the 2013 playoffs … along with CC Sabathia, appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in January 2014 … rang the Opening Bell at the NYSE on 8/12/13 … made a cameo in the Broadway hit "Rock of Ages" on 1/29/13... Was named the Yankees' 2012 Roberto Clemente Award nominee, recognizing players who best represent baseball with positive contributions on and off the field, including sportsmanship and community involvement... Teamed up with Coppertone's "Help Strike Out Sun Damage" program in 2009 as a spokesman for the National Foundation for Cancer Research… named the 2011 March of Dimes Sportsman of the Year… honored with the J. Walter Kennedy Memorial Award at the 2012 Muscular Sclerosis Dinner of Champions... Is a natural right-handed hitter… decided to become a dedicated switch-hitter at the age of 13… was inducted to the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame in 2012... Batted .409 (216-528) with 36HR and 165RBI in 140 games in three seasons at Georgia Tech… became just the second player in Atlantic Coast Conference history to have a career .400 average, joining Wake Forest's Bill Merrifield (.400 from 1981-83)… batted .419 (26-for-62) with 5HR and 20RBI in 16 games for the Yellow Jackets as a senior in 2001… fractured right ankle in season's seventh game on 2/23 vs. Elon... Won the Dick Howser Trophy as the "National Collegiate Player of the Year" in 2000, hitting .427 (103-for-241) with 18HR and 80RBI in 66G… selected as "National Player of the Year" by Baseball America and the Sporting News, was the ACC "Player of the Year" and was a consensus first-team All-American… led the ACC in average, runs (school-record 104), HR, walks (67), slugging pct. (.772) and on-base pct. (.547)… was a three-time ACC "Player of the Week"… named to all-tournament team in NCAA regional in Atlanta with 2HR and 7RBI... Hit .387 (87-for-225) with 13HR and 65RBI in 58 games in 1999, and was named ACC "Rookie of the Year," as well as a first-team all-conference selection… picked as "National Freshman of the Year" by Collegiate Baseball… set Georgia Tech freshman records for hits and RBI and tied the doubles mark (18)… led Tech in batting, becoming the first freshman to do so since 1978... Spent the summer of 2000 with the USA National Baseball Team, leading the club with a .385BA, 26R, 46H and 23RBI… hit .289 with 7HR and 26RBI for Orleans in the Cape Cod League in 1999… earned team MVP in league All-Star Game and received Robert A. McNeese Award as Cape League's most outstanding pro prospect... Makes annual donations to Georgia Tech's baseball scholarship fund, including a $500,000 pledge in Feb. '09... Played baseball, basketball and soccer at Mt. St. Joseph's High School in Baltimore (graduated 1998)… set Maryland state records with 29HR, 105RBI and 128R… in 1998, earned first-team High School All-American honors from Baseball America, USA Today/Sports Weekly, Collegiate Baseball, and the American Baseball Coaches Association, hitting .548 with 12 homers and 36 RBI… was named Maryland "Player of the Year" in 1997 and 1998… also played in the Babe Ruth League and American Legion programs… endowed a scholarship at Mt. St. Joseph in the name of his friend, Nick Liberatore, who was killed in a car accident while the two were in school.

Hit .216 (95-for-440) with 14 doubles, 22 HR and 62 RBI in 123games (116 starts at 1B, four at DH) with the Yankees... Was placed on the D.L. from 4/5-20 with a right hamstringstrain, missing 14 team games…was removed from 4/4win at Toronto in the bottom of the second inning with the injury... Homered in four games over a five-game stretch from 4/27-5/3 (4HR total), doing so for the first time since 6/25-30/11 (also 4HR)... Collected his 1,000th RBI in the AL with a first-inning,two-run single in 5/18 Game 1 win vs. Pittsburgh... Missed 6/14 loss at Oakland with tightness in his left ribcage area... Hit his 150th home run as a Yankee in the fourth inning of6/21 loss vs. Baltimore... Hit solo HR and three-run HR and was 2-for-6 in 7/9 win atCleveland…was his 37th career multi-HR game and first since 7/13/12 vs. Los Angeles-AL... Missed seven games from 7/21-28 with a left lat strain…was scratched from the starting lineup just prior to 8/4 win vs.Detroit after experiencing lightheadedness before the game... Missed three games (8/7-9) with laceration to left pinkyfinger (suffered injury sliding into home plate on 8/6)... Hit his 361st career HR in 8/17 win at Tampa Bay, tying Joe DiMaggio for 80th place on Baseball's all-time list... Hit game-tying solo HR in the ninth and was 2-for-4 in 9/4 win vs. Boston…was his ninth career HR to tie the gameor give his team the lead in the ninth inning or later andsecond of the season (also 5/11 at Milwaukee, solo HR offFrancisco Rodriguez to tie the game in the ninth inning)... His first-inning single in 9/6 win vs. Kansas City was his1,500th AL hit... Missed two games (9/21-22) with a sore right wrist…alsomissed 9/16 loss at Tampa Bay with the injury.

Hit .151 (8-for-53) with 1 double, 3HR and 12RBI in 15 games (14 starts at 1B, one at DH) with the Yankees... Began the season on the 15-day disabled list with a right arm torn ECU sheath suffered on 3/5 while hitting off a tee with Team USA in Arizona… was diagnosed with the injury in New York on 3/6 after seeing Yankees Team Physician Dr. Christopher Ahmad along with Dr. Melvin Rosenwasser… was placed on the 15-day D.L. on 3/31 (retro. to 3/22) and transferred to the 60-day D.L. on 5/12… was reinstated from the 60-day D.L. on 5/31, missing 53 team games… made his season debut in 5/31 win vs. Boston... Played in his 1,500th career Major League game on 6/2 vs. Boston… reached the games played mark with 338HR and 1,101RBI… among switch-hitters all time, marked the most RBI for any player through his first 1,500 games and the second-most such home runs (Mickey Mantle-359HR)... Homered in back-to-back games (6/3 and 6/4 vs. Cleveland)… marked his first time homering in consecutive home games since 7/25-26/11 vs. Seattle… overall, hit 3HR in a four-game stretch from 6/3-6... Hit his eighth career grand slam in 6/3 win vs. Cleveland off Justin Masterson… was his fourth grand slam as a Yankee and first since 9/28/11 at Tampa Bay off David Price... Left 6/15 loss at Los Angeles-AL in the bottom of the fourth inning with an aggravated right wrist… was examined on 6/16 in New York by Yankees Team Physician Dr. Christopher Ahmad and diagnosed with inflammation of his right wrist… underwent an MRI with dye contrast on his right wrist… following the test, Dr. Ahmad, along with Dr. Melvin Rosenwasser and two other New York-based hand specialists (Dr. Michelle Carlson from the Hospital for Special Surgery and Dr. Keith Raskin from NYU) confirmed that the sheath had not adequately healed and surgery was recommended to repair the tear on the tendon sheath of his wrist... Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 6/18 (retroactive to 6/16) with right wrist inflammation… underwent surgery on 7/1 to repair the tendon sheath in his right wrist… the surgery was performed by Dr. Keith Raskin at NYU Hospital… was transferred to the 60-day disabled list on 7/6, missing the remainder of the season (94 team games)... Appeared in five spring training games with the Yankees, batting .286 (4-for-14) with 1 double and 2RBI before reporting to Arizona to play for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic

2012 Hit .251 (113-for-451) with 66 R, 27 doubles, 24 HRs, 84 RBIs and 54 BBs in 123 games (117 starts at 1B and four starts at DH) with the Yankees...among all Major League switch-hitters, ranked fourth in RBIs (second in the AL), and tied with Nick Swisher for fourth in home runs (second in AL)...Had 10 HRs in 175 ABs vs. left-handed pitching and 14 HRs in 276 ABs vs. right-handed pitching...batted .277 (69-for-249) with 12 HRs and 51 RBIs on the road and .218 (44-for-202) with 12 HRs and 33 RBIs at home...Hit five home runs to tie the game or put the Yankees ahead in the seventh inning or later, marking his most such homers in a single season in his career...the only Yankee to compile more home runs in those circumstances in a season over the last 12 years is Alex Rodriguez (six such homers each in 2009 and '10)...Committed just one error in 1,055 total chances (a Major League-leading .999 fielding percentage) to earn his fifth Gold Glove, third as a one of just three Yankees first basemen to earn the honor at least three times with the club (also Joe Pepitone - 1965-66, '69; and Don Mattingly, 1985-89, '91-94)...Made his 10th career Opening Day roster (fourth as a Yankee) and ninth Opening Day start at 1B...Recorded his 34th career multi-HR game (31st 2 HR game) in 4/21 win at Boston, driving in six runs...homered from both sides of the plate for the 13th time in his career (first since 8/2/11 at Chicago-AL), further extending his Major League record...was his third time hitting a home run from both sides of the plate vs. Boston (also 5/8/10 at Fenway Park-3 HR and 5/4/09 at Yankee Stadium-2 HR)...marked his most RBIs in a game since 6 RBIs on 8/20/07 at Cincinnati (w/ Atlanta)...Recorded his 500th hit as a Yankee with a third-inning double in 5/3 loss at Kansas City...appeared in his 500th career game as a Yankee in 5/10 win vs. Tampa Bay...Collected his 1,500th career hit with a sixth-inning single in 5/16 loss at Toronto...along with his 319 HRs and 1,037 RBIs at the time of the hit, became the 12th player all-time to reach the totals in his first 1,410 games and the fourth active player: also Alex Rodriguez, Albert Pujols and Manny Ramirez (credit: Elias Sports Bureau)...Recorded his 35th career multi-HR game - and second of the season - in 5/26 win at Oakland...went 4-for-5 with 5 RBIs in the game, tying his career high in hits (22nd time, first since 8/24/10 at Toronto)...Hit .298 (25-for-84) with 17 R, 5 doubles, 7 HRs and a Major League high-tying 27 RBIs in July...Batted in the second spot in the lineup in 7/7 Game 1 win at Boston, hitting second in the order for the first time since 9/28/03 w/ Texas at Anaheim...Collected his 36th career multi-HR game - and third of the season - in 7/13 win vs. Los Angeles-AL...was his third game with at least 5 RBIs in 2012, all of which were multi-HR contests...Missed five games with a sore left wrist (7/31-8/1 and 8/17-19)...Hit the first of back-to-back HRs with Chavez in the eighth inning of 8/9 win at Detroit...were the first back-to-back home runs by the Yankees in the eighth inning or later on the road - with the first one tying the game and the second giving them the lead - since 8/24/55 when Yogi Berra and Mickey Mantle hit consecutive homers in the ninth inning of a 3-2 win also in Detroit...Missed 30 games over a 31-game stretch (8/28-9/30) - including 20 straight from 9/9-30 - with a left calf strain...his only game played over the span was a 9/8 loss at Baltimore in which he reinjured the calf on the final play of the game legging out a double play groundout...Hit two-run HR in 10/1 win vs. Boston, in his first game played since 9/8 at Baltimore...Went 0-for-6 in 10/2 win vs. Boston, marking just the fifth time in his career he went hitless with at least 6 ABs (first since 6/16/11 vs. Texas - 0-for-6 in a 3-2, 12th-inning win)...Batted .281 (9-for-32) with 2 R, 1 double and 1 RBI in nine postseason games, including a .353 (6-for-17) mark in the ALDS vs. Baltimore. 2011 Hit .248 (146-for-589) with 90R, 26 doubles, 39HR, 111RBI and 76BB in 156 games (144 starts at 1B and nine at DH) with the Yankees...tied for third in the Majors in home runs and tied for seventh in RBI...against left-handed pitchers, ranked second in the Majors with 15HR and ranked third with 41RBI...hit .302 (57-for-189) vs. lefties overall and .223 (89-for-400) vs. right-handers...Tied the Dodgers' Matt Kemp for the Major League lead with 21HR with runners on base (16 two-run HR, three three-run HR and two grand slams)...was his highest such single-season total since a career-high 29HR with runners on base in 2005 for Texas...Recorded four multi-HR games (all two-HR contests)-6/5 at Los Angeles-AL, 6/15 vs. Texas, 8/2 at Chicago-AL and 9/28 at Tampa Bay...homered in three straight games four times (3/31-4/2-3, 5/19-21, 5/25-27-28 and 6/25-28)...Hit 25HR in the first half of the season, tied for his most ever before the All-Star break (also 2005)...over the last 50 years (1962-2011), only three Yankees hit more home runs prior to the All-Star break-Alex Rodriguez (30HR in 2007), Tino Martinez (28HR in 1997) and Jason Giambi (27HR in 2006 and 26HR in 2003)...Made his ninth career Opening Day roster (third as a Yankee) and eighth Opening Day start at 1B...homered in his first official AB of the season in 3/31 win vs. Detroit (BB in first PA)...Homered six times in the first month of the season, matching his career high for March/April (also 2005)...Homered in each of the Yankees' first three games of the season (3/31-4/3 vs. Detroit), becoming just the second Yankee to homer in each of the team's first three games of a season (also Dave Winfield in 1983 at Seattle's Kingdome-credit: Elias)...homered in three straight games for the first time since 5/31-6/2/08 w/ Atlanta...did not hit his third home run of 2010 until a three-HR game on 5/8 at Boston...according to STATS, LLC., became the first player to hit a three-run HR (or grand slam) in each of his team's first two games of a season since Barry Bonds in 2002...according to Elias, also became the first player in Yankees history to drive in at least three runs in each of the team's first two games of a season...Hit his fourth HR of the season in 4/5 loss vs. Minnesota, becoming just the fourth Yankee all-time to total 4HR through the first five team games of a season (also Mickey Mantle-1956; Moose Skowron-1957; and Alex Rodriguez-2007)...was his third three-run homer of the year, becoming just the fourth player in Baseball history to hit at least three three-run home runs over their team's first five games of a season, joining Charles Johnson (2000 Orioles), Mark McGwire (1998 Cardinals) and Brant Alyea (1970 Twins)-credit: Elias...Elias also notes he became the fourth Yankee since 1920 with at least 10RBI in the team's first five games...Went hitless over his next 18AB following his 4/5 homer, one at-bat shy of his longest single-season hitless stretch as a Yankee (0-for-19 in September 2010)...Drove in at least one run in six consecutive games from 5/24- 30, marking the second-longest streak of his career (longest was seven straight games from 9/21-28/07 w/ Atlanta)...Hit ninth-inning "walk-off " RBI single and was 2-for-4 with 1RBI and 1BB in 5/24 win vs. Toronto...was his fourth career regular-season "walk-off " hit and first as a Yankee...Hit 15HR through 5/28...with Curtis Granderson (16HR), became the first Yankees teammates to each hit at least 15 homers in the team's first 50 games of a season since Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris did it in 1961, according to the Elias Sports Bureau...overall, are the third set of Yankees teammates to accomplish the feat: also Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth (1928 and '30) and Yogi Berra and Mickey Mantle (1956)...Stole home for the first time in his career in the sixth inning on 5/31 at Oakland as part of a double steal with Alex Rodriguez, who was caught between first and second...Had 25RBI in June, tied for third-most in the Majors during the calendar month, trailing only Milwaukee's Prince Fielder (27) and the Mets' Carlos Beltran (26)...Reached the 20HR plateau in his 65th game of the season (on 6/15 vs. Texas), marking his second-fewest games needed to reach 20HR in a season behind 2009 when he hit his 20th homer in game No. 57 on 6/12...Hit his 300th career HR in 6/30 win vs. Milwaukee (153 w/ Texas, 97 w/ the Yankees, 37 w/ Atlanta, 13 w/ Los Angeles-AL)...according to Elias, became the 13th player to hit his 300th Major League homer while playing for the Yankees...Elias also notes since Mickey Mantle hit his 300th home run (in 1960), the eight players to reach the mark in a Yankees uniform all joined the team after beginning their careers with other clubs: Reggie Jackson, Graig Nettles, Dave Winfield, Darryl Strawberry, Cecil Fielder, Ruben Sierra, Jason Giambi and Teixeira...Hit his sixth career grand slam in 7/22 win vs. Oakland...snapped a 70AB homerless stretch dating back to 6/30 vs. Milwaukee...Hit his 100th home run as a Yankee and was 2-for-4 in 7/26 win vs. Seattle...Homered from both sides of the plate in a game for the 12th time in his career (seventh time as a Yankee) and second time in 2011 (also 6/15 vs. Texas) in 8/2 win at Chicago-AL, surpassing Chili Davis and Eddie Murray to establish a Major League record...marked his 32nd career multi-HR game, 29th career two-HR game and third in 2011 (also 6/5 at Los Angeles-AL and 6/15 vs. Texas)...Reached the 30HR plateau in the Yankees' 108th game (on 8/2)...reached the 1,000RBI plateau in 8/19 win at Minnesota...Missed two games (9/2-3) after leaving 9/1 win at Boston in the seventh with a bruised right knee after a sixth-inning hit-by-pitch...Batted fifth in the starting lineup for the first time as a Yankee-and first time since 2004-in 9/27 loss at Tampa Bay, going 1-for-4 with 1 double...Recorded his fourth multi-HR game of the season (33rd of his career) in 9/28 loss at Tampa Bay, going 2-for-4 with a grand slam (the seventh of his career) and a season-high 5RBI in the final regular season game...Hit .167 (3-for-18) with 2 doubles and 1RBI in five-game ALDS loss vs. Detroit. 2010 Hit .256 (154-for-601) with 113R, 36 doubles, 33HR and 108RBI in 158 games (148 starts at 1B, nine at DH) with the Yankees ... was one of nine Major Leaguers in 2010 with at least 100R and 100RBI ... led the AL and ranked second in the Majors in runs scored, trailing only the Cardinals' Albert Pujols (115). Was awarded his fourth Gold Glove Award, becoming the Yankees' first repeat winner at first base since Don Mattingly won four straight awards from 1991- 94 ... committed just 3E in 1,310 chances, a .998 fielding percentage ... marked the second-fewest errors and second-highest fielding percentage among qualifying Major League first basemen, behind only Seattle's Casey Kotchman ... recorded 54 putouts on foul balls, the most for any . elder in 2010-credit: Elias. ... Hit .245 (102-for-417) with 23HR as a left-handed batter and .283 (52-for-184) with 10HR as a righthanded batter ... owned a .533 batting average (8-for-15) with 1 double, 1HR and 22RBI with the bases loaded. ... Over his final 101 games of the season (from 6/8), batted .283 (107-for-378) with 25HR and 74RBI ... ranked second in the AL in HRs and tied for fourth in RBI over the stretch ... began the season batting just .211 (47-for-223) with 8HR and 34RBI over his first 57 games. ... Made his eighth career Opening Day roster (second as a Yankee) and seventh Opening Day start at 1B. ... Was hitless in his first 17 at-bats to start the season, the longest hitless streak to begin a season of his career ... snapped streak with a . fth-inning RBI double in 4/10 win at Tampa Bay ... was 3-for-4 with 2R, 1 double, 1RBI and 1BB in the game ... following the 4/10 game, again went hitless in his next 17AB before snapping the stretch with a second-inning single in 4/17 win vs. Texas. ... Hit his first HR in 4/18 win vs. Texas, snapping a 40AB homerless stretch to start the season ... marked the second-longest such stretch of his career behind a 76AB homerless span to start the 2007 season. ... Collected 33H and 25RBI in 29 games in May after having 11H and 9RBI in 22 games in April. ... Recorded his 26th career multi-HR game and third three-homer game in 5/8 win at Boston ... became the fourth player in Major League history to have a 3HR game with three di. erent teams, (also Johnny Mize- Cardinals, Giants, Yankees; Dave Kingman- Mets, Cubs, Athletics; and Alex Rodriguez-Mariners, Rangers, Yankees) ... became just the second Yankee in franchise history to hit 3HR in a game vs. Boston (also Lou Gehrig on 6/23/27 at Boston). ... Went 10 games without an RBI from 5/18-28, one game shy of a career-high 11-game span without driving in a run from 5/7-21/04. ... Hit his 250th career home run in 5/31 win vs. Cleveland, snapping a 56AB homerless stretch. ... Was removed from 6/1 win vs. Baltimore in the top of the fourth inning with a bruised left foot, su. ered on a foul ball in his first-inning at-bat ... did not miss a game. ... Struck out five times in 6/5 loss at Toronto, tying his career high (second time, also 8/18/03 at Detroit) ... became the sixth Yankee to strike out five times in a game and first since Melky Cabrera in July 2007. ... Reached base safely (via hit, walk or hit-by-pitch) in a career-high 42 straight games from 6/6-7/26 ... marked the longest such streak by a Yankee since Alex Rodriguez reached safely in 53 straight from 4/18-6/17/04. ... Made his first error of the season-and first since 10/2/09-in 6/13 win vs. Houston, snapping a 64-game errorless stretch. Hit his fifth career grand slam and was 1-for-3 with 1BB in 6/20 win vs. the Mets ... was his first grand slam since 8/3/08 w/ Los Angeles-AL at Yankee Stadium (o. Edwar Ramirez). ... Hit safely in a season-high 12 straight games from 6/18-7/1, batting .292 (14-for-48) with 8R, 3HR and 11RBI. ... Batted .344 (33-for-96) with 26RBI and 20BB in 26 games in July, collecting 11 multi-hit contests ... 18 of his 33H (54.5%) went for extra bases (10 doubles, 8HR). ... Homered from both sides of the plate for the 10th time in his career-and second in 2010-in 7/9 win at Seattle ... homered six times in a nine-game stretch from 7/31-8/9. ... Missed two-game series in Texas on 8/10 and 8/11 for the birth of his son, William Charles ... played the final month with a broken right pinky toe suffered on 8/31 (hit by pitch). ... Was named AL "Player of the Week" for the period ending 9/5 ... hit .476 (10-for-21) with 3 doubles, 2HR and 8RBI during the week ... marked his fifth career weekly award and first since 2007 with Texas. Became the first player to record both 100R and 100RBI in 2010, reaching the totals in 9/10 loss at Texas. ... Appeared in seven postseason games (.148, 4-for-27) ... hit game-winning homer in ALDS Game 1 at Minnesota in the seventh inning ... suffered a torn right hamstring in the ninth inning (running to first base) of the Yankees' ALCS Game 4 loss vs. Texas and missed the Yankees' final two playoff contests. 2009 Batted .292 (178-for-609) with 103R, 43 doubles, 39HR and 122RBI in 156 games (150 starts at 1B, five at DH) in his first season with the Yankees... hit .282 (122-for- 432) with 30HR as a left-handed batter and .316 (56-for-177) with 9HR as a right-handed batter... earned his third Gold Glove Award and third Silver Slugger Award...From 5/8 (when Alex Rodriguez returned to the lineup) through the end of the season, batted .310 (159-for-513) with 89R, 39 doubles, 34HR, 107RBI and 62BB in 131G (the Yankees were 88-43 in those games)... led the AL in home runs and RBI over the span... prior to Rodriguez's return, Teixeira hit .198 (19-for-96) with 14R, 4 doubles, 5HR, 15RBI and 19BB in 25G...Led the American League in RBI and tied Tampa Bay's Carlos Pena for the lead in home runs... led the Majors in home runs (24) and RBI (71) at home... led the AL in go-ahead RBI (31) and ranked second in go-ahead home runs (13)...With 103R, 43 doubles and 39HR, was one of only two players in the Majors to collect at least 100R, 40 doubles and 35HR, joining St. Louis' Albert Pujols (124R, 45 doubles, 47HR)...Became just the second player ever to lead or tie for the AL lead in home runs in his first season with the Yankees, joining Babe Ruth in 1920 (54HR)-credit: Elias Sports Bureau... Elias also noted Teixeira was one of three Yankees to lead the AL in RBI in their first season with the club, joining Ruth (136RBI) and Roger Maris (112 in 1960)... became one of just three players to reach 39HR and 122RBI in their first season with the Yankees, joining Babe Ruth in 1920 (54HR, 136RBI) and Jason Giambi in 2002 (41HR, 122RBI)-credit: Elias...According to the Elias Sports Bureau, became the eighth player to hit at least 30HR in his first season with the Yankees (did so in his 112th game of the season), joining Babe Ruth (1920), Roger Maris (1960), Bobby Bonds (1975), Reggie Jackson (1977), Jason Giambi (2002), Alex Rodriguez (2004) and Gary Sheffield (2004)... only two of those players hit their 30th homer fewer games into the season than Teixeira (Maris in 82 games and Ruth in 88 games)...Became the fifth Yankee to reach 100R, 40 doubles, 35HR and 100RBI in a season (also Babe Ruth-1921 and '23; Lou Gehrig-1927, '30 and '34; Don Mattingly-1985 and Alfonso Soriano-2002)... is the only player to do so in his first season with the club...With teammate Nick Swisher, became the third set of Yankees teammates over the last 50 years to each hit at least 25HR in their first full season in pinstripes (also Alex Rodriguez/Gary Sheffield in 2004 and Jason Giambi/Robin Ventura in 2002)-credit: Elias...Homered from both sides of the plate three times in 2009 (5/4 vs. Boston, 5/18 vs. Minnesota and 9/19 at Seattle)... became the 11th Yankee all time to accomplish the feat and one of three in 2009 (also Melky Cabrera and Nick Swisher)... is one of five Yankees to homer from both sides of the plate in multiple games during a single season, joining Mickey Mantle (1955 and '56), Bernie Williams (2000), Jorge Posada (2007) and Swisher (2009)... along with Swisher (2007 and 2009), tied Tony Clark (1998 w/ Detroit) for the most switch-hit homers in a single season...His 43 doubles were the most by a Yankees first baseman in a season since Don Mattingly had 53 in 1986... 85 of his 178 hits (47.8%) went for extra bases (43 doubles, 3 triples and 39HR)... batted .355 (22-for-62) with 31RBI with RISP and two outs...Was voted as the AL's starting first baseman in the 2009 All-Star Game... went 0-for-3 in the AL's 4-3 win in St. Louis on 7/14, playing five innings at 1B... was named the starting AL All-Star at 1B for the second time in his career (also 2005)... was the first Yankee 1B to start an All-Star Game since Jason Giambi in 2004... became the sixth Yankee to start an All-Star game in his first year with the club after signing as a free agent and first since Hideki Matsui in 2003 (credit: Elias)...Batted .200 (14-for-70) with 3HR and 10RBI in April... hit at a .304 (164-for-539) clip over the remainder of the season... was 0-for-4 with 1BB in 4/6 Opening Day loss at Baltimore, making his seventh career Opening Day roster and sixth Opening Day start at 1B... missed three games (4/11-13) with left wrist tendinitis...Collected the 1,000th hit of his career with a third-inning infield single in 4/24 loss at Boston...Tied a career high with 5BB in 4/25 loss at Boston... also walked five times on 9/23/04 w/ Texas vs. Oakland... is the only current Major Leaguer to walk five times in two games (credit: Elias)... Elias also noted he became the first player to draw 5BB in two nine-inning contests since Mel Ott who had three (1929, 1943 and 1944)... were the most walks drawn by a Yankee since Roger Maris drew 5BB in a 12-inning game against the Angels on 5/22/62... were the most walks by a Yankee in a nine-inning game since Russ Derry drew 5BB in Game 1 of a doubleheader on 9/6/45 vs. Detroit... according to Yankees records, the 5BB tied a club mark for a nine-inning game, now done eight times...Hit 13HR in May, tying a career-high for his most HRs in any calendar month (also July 2004) )...were the most by a Yankee since Alex Rodriguez hit 14HR in April 2007... led the Majors in HR and RBI (34) during May and, according to Elias, matched the most RBI for a Yankees player in a calendar month over the past 20 years: Tino Martinez (April 1997), Bernie Williams (August 1999) and Alex Rodriguez (April 2007 and June 2007)...Both he and Alex Rodriguez each hit 4HR over a four-game span from 5/16-19, becoming the first pair of Yankees teammates since 1977 (Reggie Jackson and Bucky Dent) to accomplish the feat (credit: Elias)...Hit safely in a career-high 14 straight games from 5/18-6/1... during the stretch, hit .397 (23-for-58) with 14R, 5 doubles, 8HR and 20RBI... was scratched from the lineup with a bruised right ankle prior to 6/3 loss vs. Texas...Had 47RBI through his first 50 games with the Yankees, matching Harry Rice, Joe Gordon and Roger Maris for the third-most for any player in franchise history over his first 50 games with the team since 1920 when RBI became an official statistic... only Babe Ruth (57) and Joe DiMaggio (56) had more through their first 50 games (credit: Elias)...Made ninth-inning throwing error in 7/2 loss vs. Seattle, snapping a 72-game stretch at 1B to start the season without committing an error... had been the longest errorless streak in one season for a Yankees first baseman since Tino Martinez went 82 straight games without an error in 1996 (credit: Elias)... also snapped a 106-game errorless stretch at 1B overall, dating back to 8/20/08...Snapped a career-long 95AB homerless stretch with solo-HR in 7/9 win at Minnesota...Hit game-winning solo-HR in the eighth-the second of back-to-back homers with Johnny Damon-and was 2-for-4 on 8/9 vs. Boston... was the sixth time he and Damon hit back-to-back HR, setting a franchise record for consecutive homers by Yankees teammates and breaking a tie with Gary Sheffield/Alex Rodriguez (5, 2005), Lou Gehrig/Joe DiMaggio (5, 1936) and Gehrig/Babe Ruth (5, 1927)-credit: Elias...Drove in his 100th run of the season with a three-run home run in 8/30 win vs. Chicago-AL in his 126th game of the season... according to Elias, only four players reached the 100RBI milestone fewer games into their Yankees career than Teixeira: Babe Ruth in 1920 (97 games), Joe DiMaggio in 1936 (102), Roger Maris in 1960 (118) and Tony Lazzeri in 1926 (125)...Hit three-run HR and solo-HR and tied a career-high with four hits in 9/19 win at Seattle, finishing a double shy of the cycle... was 4-for-5 with 1 triple and a season-high 5RBI before being removed defensively in the ninth... according to Baseball Reference, became the first Yankee to record 2HR and 1 triple in a game since Elston Howard in 1962... was his fourth multi-HR game of the season (also 5/4 vs. Boston, 5/18 vs. Minnesota and 9/7 vs. Tampa Bay-Game 2) and the 25th of his career (23rd two-HR game)...Collected three triples over a 15AB span from 9/14-19, after having no triples in his previous 1,289 regular season at-bats and just three triples over his previous three seasons (2006-08)...Batted .180 (11-for-61) with 2 doubles, 2HR and 8RBI in the 2009 postseason... hit "walk-off" solo home run off Jose Mijares in 11th inning in Game 2 of ALDS vs. Minnesota, marking his first career postseason home run and first career "walk-off" HR (regular and postseason)... was the Yankees' second "walk-off" homer in ALDS play (also Jim Leyritz in 1995 vs. Seattle)... scored a run in five of the six World Series games... was hit by a pitch three times in the WS, joining Alex Rodriguez (also 2009) and Pittsburgh's Max Carey (1925) as the only players to get plunked three times in a single Series. 2008 In 157 combined games with Atlanta and Los Angeles (AL), batted .308 (177-for-574) with 41 doubles, 33HR and 121RBI... ranked sixth in the Majors in RBI...Marked his fifth consecutive season with 30HR and 100RBI, making him one of only three Major Leaguers to reach the totals in each of the last five seasons (also Albert Pujols and Alex Rodriguez)... according to the Elias Sports Bureau, is one of only three first basemen all time to have hit more than 30HR and driven in more than 100 runs for five consecutive seasons by the age of 28 (also Jimmie Foxx and Albert Pujols)...Over the last five seasons (2004-08), ranks third in the Majors in extra-base hits (379), fourth in RBI (592), is tied for sixth in home runs (177) and ranks 10th in doubles (194)...Owns 203 career home runs, marking the most ever by a switch-hitter in his first six seasons... among active players, only Albert Pujols (250) hit more home runs in his first six Major League seasons...Hit 20 home runs for the Braves and 13 with the Angels in 2008, a year after hitting 13 homers for the Rangers and 17 for the Braves... according to Elias, he became the first player in history to hit at least 30 home runs in each of back-to-back seasons while playing for more than one team in both years...Has compiled a .9962 (31E, 8,065TC) career fielding percentage in 853 games at first base, ranking second among active qualifiers by a fraction behind Doug Mientkiewicz (.9963)...Batted .366 (83-for-227) with 18 doubles, 16HR and 52RBI in 64 games after the All- Star break, ranking third in the Majors in batting average behind Manny Ramirez (.388) and Albert Pujols (.368)... hit .271 (94-for-347) with 23 doubles, 17HR and 69RBI in 93 games prior to the break...Carried a .402 (70-for-174) batting average in day games and a .268 (107-for-400) mark in night games... hit .615 (8-for-13) with the bases loaded, marking the secondhighest average (min. 10AB) in the Majors behind Jay Payton (.636)...Opened the season with Atlanta, hitting .283 (108-for-381) with 27 doubles, 20HR and 78RBI in 103 games prior to being dealt... at the time of the trade, ranked fifth in the NL in walks (65) and tied for 10th in doubles (27)...Compiled 134RBI in 157 games with the Braves over 2007-08... according to the Elias Sports Bureau, only one Major League player had as many RBI in so few career games for one team - Juan Gonzalez, who had 140RBI for the Indians in 141 games (140 games in 2001 and one game in 2005)...Recorded his second career three-homer game in 6/22 win vs. Seattle, homering from each side of the plate for the fifth time in his career... became the first Brave with a three-homer game at Turner Field...Was acquired by the Angels on 7/29 in exchange for 1B Casey Kotchman and RHP Steve Marek... hit .358 (122-for-393) with 14 doubles, 13HR and 43RBI in 54 games with Los Angeles (AL), reaching base safely in 49 of those contests... recorded the highest average, on-base percentage (.449) and slugging percentage (.632) in the AL following the trade, the sixth-most RBI, tied for the sixth-most home runs and tied for the ninth-most hits and extra-base hits...Collected 66H in his first 50 games with Angels, tallying the fourth-most base hits by an Angel in their first 50 contests with the club behind Johnny Ray (79), Alex Johnson (71) and Vladimir Guerrero (70)...Hit his first homer as an Angel in 8/3 loss at Yankee Stadium, an eighth-inning grand slam... was just the third player in club history whose first homer as an Angel was a slam...Hit .386 (39-for-101) in August, ranking fifth in the AL and marking his highest average for any month in his career...Connected for his 200th career home run on 9/14 vs. Seattle off Felix Hernandez...Saw his first career postseason action, batting .467 (7-for- 15) with 4R, 1RBI and 4BB in four Division Series games against Boston. 2007 Mark joined the Braves at the 7/31 trade deadline and solidified the first-base position by hitting .317 with 17 HR and 56 RBI in 54 games with Atlanta...Clubbed 30th HR (17th w/ATL) with a solo shot 9/27at PHI. Homered three straight games from 9/25-27...Hit 30+ HRs in four consecutive seasons (hit 26 in 2003). He was one of just eight players to have a .300 avg with 30 HR and 100 RBI and he did it in the fewest at-bats (494) and games (132). BOS's D. Ortiz had the second-fewest at-bats (549) and games (149). Since 2004, his 365 extra-base hits rank fifth in the majors. His .405 avg. with RISP (53-for-131) was third in the majors with a minimum 100 at-bats. Collected an RBI (56 total) in 32 of his 54 Braves games. He had a five-game RBI streak from 8/7-11. With Atlanta, he had 21 multi-hit games and 14 multi-RBI games, three of them 4+ RBI games. He hit safely in 33 of his last 38 games and in 43 of 54 games with the Braves. Hit .357 off LHP with 6 HR and 36 RBI and .282 with 24 HR and 69 RBI off RHP. Was a .382 hitter during the day and .278 hitter at night. Hit .339 in "close and late" situations. Batting averages by month: April .231, May .349, June .364, July .281, August .315 and September .320. Tied his season-high with 12-game hit streak (9/7-19) snapped 9/20 (19-for-45, .422, 3 HR). He also had an 11-game streak (8/19-29) in which he hit .435 with 5 HR and 17 RBI. Named NL August Player of the Month, hitting .315 (35-for-111) with MLB-leading 32 RBIs and tying for the MLB lead with 10 home runs. Named NL Co-Player of the Week (with Jason Isringhausen) for 8/20-26. Hit .414 (12-29) with 3 HRs, 11 RBIs, 8 runs and a .514 on-base pct. He had the game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the 11th inning on 9/22 vs. MIL. Had multi-homer games on both 8/19 & 8/20 to become the fourth player in Atlanta history with back-to-back multi-homer games (last: C. Jones, 7/6-7/03). He also had a two-homer game on 5/20 at HOU while with Texas (4-for-6, 2 HR, 3 RBI). He had a season-high six runs batted in during that 8/20 game at CIN (3-for-4, 3 R, 1 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI). Homered in each of his first three ATL games, 8/1-4 (last: Sheffield, 4/1-4/02). Went 1-for-4 with a HR and 4 RBI in his ATL debut on 8/1. His first-inning walk with the bases loaded was his 500th career RBI. Hit .297 with 13 HRs and 49 RBIs in 78 games with the Rangers prior to his 7/31 trade to Atlanta. Tied for 2nd in the AL in May with 27 RBI and 19 extra-base hits while hitting .348 with 7 HRs for the month. His 38 hits were a career-high for any month. Matched his career-high with four hits on 5/10 at NYY and 5/20 at HOU. He had three doubles in the 5/10 game, setting a new career high. Had a season-best 12-game hitting streak 5/3-14 (.417, 20-48, 3 HR, 12 RBI). Was on the DL from 6/9-7/13 with strained left quadriceps. Missed 27 games. 2006 He finished with 33 home runs, tied for 14th in the American League, and was the fourth player in club history to record three consecutive seasons of 30-or-more home runs. With 110 RBI on the season, 11th in the American League, he recorded his 3rd consecutive 100-RBI season, the fourth player in club history to drive in at least 100 runs in 3 consecutive seasons. Teixeira led the American League with 24 homers after the All-Star break and was 2nd with 61 RBI. His 24 home runs post-All-Star break is tied for sixth, and the 61 RBI are tied for ninth in club history. He has hit more HR in his first four years (140) than all but 3 players in MLB history (Ralph Kiner, 168; Albert Pujols, 160; Eddie Mathews, 153). He has played in 446 consecutive games, 2nd in club history (Alex Rodriguez, 482) and 2nd among active ML players behind Baltimore's Miguel Tejada (1,078). His 240 extra-base hits since 2004 are 3rd-most in the majors behind David Ortiz (264) and Albert Pujols (262). A 2005 Gold Glove winner, he committed only 4 errors this season and was second among AL first basemen in fielding percentage .997. He led AL with 19 game-winning RBI and set a career-high with 89 walks, ninth in the American League. He was tied for fifth in AL with 45 doubles. He has hit 20-plus homers in each of his first 4 major league seasons, the first Ranger to do that since Pete Incaviglia (1986-90). His 140 career HR is 8th-most in Rangers' franchise history, 9 home runs behind 7th all-time (Larry Parrish, 149). 2005 Mark led the American League in total bases (370)...ranked among AL leaders in games (T1st, 162), extra-base hits (2nd, 87), RBI (T2nd, 144), home runs (4th, 43), multi-hit games (4th, 59), slugging percentage (5th, .575), hits (T6th, 194), doubles (7th, 41), runs (T7th, 112) and on-base percentage (10th, .379)...set a club record for home runs and RBI as a first baseman...established major league record for RBI by a switch hitter in a single season...established career-highs in nearly every offensive category...started all 162 games; 154 at first base and 8 as designated on the United States' provisional roster for the World Baseball Classic.

Batting: Hit .208 (11-53) over first 13 games through April 17, including an 0-22 stretch from April 6-10...hit safely in 36 of 45 games from April 18-June 9, hitting .332 (62-187) with 14 HR and 42 RBI during that span to raise average to .304...batted .234 (48-205) in next 51 games to drop from .304 to .272...hit .367 (73-199) with 13 HR and 55 RBI in final 53 games to finish the season at .301...recorded career-high 12-game hit streaks on 2 occasions, from April 26-May 8 and August 14-27...batted .366 (59-161) with runners in scoring position, 2nd in the AL...hit .334 (104-311) with 30 HR and 88 RBI in 81 games at home, 4th-best home average in the AL...ranked 8th in the AL with a .311 (136-438) average in 111 night games...switch-hitter batted .292 (50-171) with 6 HR and 29 RBI against left-handers and .304 (144-473) with 37 HR and 115 RBI against right-handers...matched career-high with 4 hits on July 9 vs. Toronto, July 27 at Baltimore and August 7 vs. Baltimore...drew season-high 3 walks on September 13 vs. Baltimore...recorded season-high 3 extra-base hits on 3 occasions-June 9 at Philadelphia, June 18 vs. Washington and August 30 (G1) vs. Chicago (AL)...batted .356 (37-104) with 9 HR and 35 RBI in 27 games in September.

Home Runs: Hit 43 home runs, 40 as a first baseman, to set a club record for homers as a first baseman...previous mark was 38, set by Teixeira in 2004...was 4th-highest home run total in ML history by a switch-hitter...became 4th player in club history to record a 40-homer season, joining Juan Gonzalez (5, 1992-93, 1996-98), Rafael Palmeiro (3, 1999, 2001-02) and Alex Rodriguez (3, 2001-03)...hit his 100th career home run on September 6 at Minnesota, joining Ralph Kiner, Albert Pujols, Eddie Mathews and Joe Dimaggio as only the 5th player in major league history to reach 100 HR in their first 3 seasons...hit 100th HR in 430th career game and is one of 4 active major leaguers to reach 100 career home runs in 430 or fewer games as Albert Pujols (415 games), Mike Piazza (422) and Juan Gonzalez (423) also accomplished the just the 5th batter in club history with multiple 30-homer campaigns...switch-hitter hit his first 27 home runs from the left side of the plate, the most ever by a switch-hitter from one side of the plate to begin a season...was the first major leaguer to reach 20 homers in just the 30th player in ML history with 20 or more home runs in each of his first full major league campaigns...averaged a home run every 15.0 at-bats, the 8th-best ratio in the AL...led the major leagues with 8 homers in interleague play...recorded multiple home runs in 7 games in 2005, all 2-HR contests...recorded a homer from both sides of the plate for the 2nd time in his career on September 18 vs. Seattle (also July 4, 2004 at Houston)...homered in 3 consecutive games on 3 occasions...hit at least 6 homers in every month, including 9 in June and September...5 of his last 9 homers went for 3 runs and 9 of his last 11 went for 2 or more runs.

RBI: Recorded 144 RBI, the most by a switch-hitter in major league history...the single-season record for RBI by a switch-hitter was previously held by George Davis, who had 136 RBI for the New York Giants in 1896...Ken Caminiti (1996) and Mickey Mantle (1956) held the modern era (since 1900) record with 130 RBI...144 RBI matches 3rd-highest single-season total in Rangers history...registered 133 RBI as a first baseman, leading all major leaguers and breaking his own club-record of 112 RBI as a first baseman, set last just the 5th player in Texas history to record consecutive 100-RBI seasons...had the AL's 3rd-best RBI ratio, one every 4.5 at-bats...recorded season-high 6 RBI on July 9 vs. Toronto and August 30 (G1) vs. Chicago (AL), matching most by a Texas batter this season...surpassed 300 career RBI on August 30 (G1) vs. Chicago (AL)...led the majors with 35 RBI in September, the highest Sept. RBI total for a major league player since Don Mattingly had 37 RBI in Sept. 1985...matches the 2ndhighest Sept. RBI total since divisional play began in 1969, as Carlton Fisk also recorded 35 RBI in Sept. 1977...posted 26 RBI in 19 games against Oakland, the 2nd-highest total against the A's in Oakland history...led Rangers with 26 go-ahead RBI and ranked T3rd on the club with 8 game-winning RBI

All-Star: Made All-Star Game debut on July 12 in Detroit, starting and playing first 6 innings at first base...went 1-3 with a 6th inning home run off Florida's Dontrelle Willis...home run came from the right side, first right-handed HR in any game (including spring training) in 2005...was elected to start in the Midsummer Classic by fan voting...received 2,187,115 votes, 660,899 more than the Yankees' Tino Martinez...was the first Texas first baseman elected to start an All-Star game and the first to appear at the position since Rafael Palmeiro in 1999...participated in the home run derby on July 11 and homered twice.

Gold Glove/Silver Slugger: Earned first career Rawlings Gold Glove Award...joins Rafael Palmeiro (1999) as the only Texas first basemen to claim the fielding award...was also named to the AL Silver Slugger team for the 2nd consecutive the only Texas first baseman to win the award since its inception in the 5th player in club history to win both awards in the same season, joining Buddy Bell (1984), Ivan Rodriguez (1994-1999), Palmeiro (1999) and Alex Rodriguez (2002-2003)...Palmeiro won the Gold Glove at first base in 1999, but was named to the Silver Slugger squad as designated hitter.

Fielding: Led all qualifying American League first basemen with a .998 fielding percentage (3 E/1483 TC), trailing only Cincinnati's Sean Casey among major league first the 8th best fielding percentage by a first baseman since 1986...led AL first basemen in total chances (1483), putouts (1378) and innings played at the position (1358.0)...ranked 2nd among AL first baggers with 102 assists...went 88 games and 785 total chances between errors on June 26 at Houston and October 2 vs. Los Angeles of Anaheim...also went 87 games spanning 803 TC without an error between fielding miscues in 6th inning on Sept. 8, 2004 vs. Chicago (AL) and 6th inning on June 15, 2005 vs. Atlanta.

2005 Notes: Named American League Player of the Week for May 16-22 and August 29-September 4 by Major League Baseball...ranked among AL leaders in at-bats (T6th, 644) and strikeouts (T9th, 124)...has appeared in each of the Rangers' last 284 games (250 straight starts) dating back to May 19-20, 2004, when he missed consecutive games with a bruised left hand suffered when hit by a pitch on May 18, 2004...his current streak is the 3rd-longest consecutive streak in club also the 3rd-longest active streak in the majors...finished 7th in American League Most Valuable Player voting following the season. RBI:b 2004 Mark ranked among American League leaders in home runs (5th, 38), extra base hits (5th, 74), slugging (6th, .560), OPS (6th, .929) and runs batted in (7th, 112) in his second major league season...led Texas batters in each of those categories, as well as on-base percentage (.370), and ranked among team leaders in doubles (2nd, 34), walks (2nd, 68), runs (3rd, 101), total bases (3rd, 305) and hits (4th, 153)...set a club record for home runs and RBI by a first baseman...finished 2nd among qualifying Rangers with a .281 average...established career highs in nearly every category except games played (145), one fewer than his rookie campaign...made 138 starts at first base, 4 in right field and 2 as designated hitter.

Batting: Had a .280 average over first 7 games through April 12 before going on disabled list...returned from DL on April 29 and had a .220 season average (26-118) through June 1, span of 33 games...batted .331 (52-157) over next 41 games from June 2-July 20, raising season mark to .284...hit safely in 34 of 41 games in that stretch, going hitless in consecutive contests just once...hit .167 (14-84) over next 22 games through Aug. 12 to fall to .256...posted .328 average (61-186) over final 49 games to finish at .280...went 10-21 (.476) in last 5 contests...compiled career-high 11-game hit streak from Aug. 21-Sept. 1, batting .444 (20-45) in that span...also posted pair of 9-game hit streaks...established career high with 4 hits on Aug. 17 vs. Cleveland and Sept. 13 at Oakland...both games were of significance, as first career 4-hit game was for the other 4-hit game, all 4 hits went for extra bases on Sept. 13 at Oakland...matched a club record with those 4 extra base hits, 6th-ever occurrence and first time it had been accomplished since 1998...drew club record 5 walks on Sept. 23 vs. Oakland, first major leaguer with 5 walks in a 9-inning game since Ivan Rodriguez on April 8, 2003 vs. New York Mets...San Francisco's Barry Bonds drew 5 walks in a 9-inning game just 2 days after Teixeira, the only other instance in '04...had a .313 (51-163) average batting righthanded and hit .267 (102-382) from the left side...hit .314 (43- 137) with runners in scoring position.

Cycle: On August 17 at Ameriquest Field in Arlington, became the 2nd player in Rangers history to hit for the cycle in a game...joined Oddibe McDowell as only Rangers to accomplish the feat...over first 5,169 games in Rangers history, McDowell was the only player to cycle in a Texas uniform when he did so on July 23, 1985 vs. Cleveland at Arlington Stadium...Teixeira struck out in the first inning and doubled in the third off Tribe starter Cliff Lee...homered in the 4th inning and tripled in the 5th off Cleveland reliever Rick White...completed his cycle with a 7th inning single off reliever Cliff Bartosh before being removed for a pinch runner...was one of 6 players to hit for the cycle in was the 245th time that a player hit for the cycle in major league history, 223rd in the modern era (since 1900)...became the youngest player to hit for the cycle (24 yrs., 5 mos.) since Oakland's Eric Chavez on June 21, 2000 (22 yrs, 6 mos.)...recorded 7 RBI in the game, most in a cycle game since Boston's Rich Gedman on Sept. 18, 1985...became the 14th switch-hitter in to hit for the cycle, first since former switch-hitter Jose Valentin did so on April 27, 6th switch-hitter with a cycle in AL history...had 2 hits from each side of the plate in his cycle, just the 3rd known switch-hitter to do so...Mickey Mantle and Wes Parker were the only other switch-hitters with a pair of hits from both sides of the plate as part of their cycle.

Home Runs: Hit all 38 home runs while playing first base, a club record for the position...previous record had been held by Rafael Palmeiro, who hit 37 HR as a first baseman in 1993...was the 9th-highest home run total in ML history by a switch-hitter, the most for a player as young as 24 years old...his 38 home runs surpassed Mickey Mantle's 37 home runs in 1955 at age 23...led the AL with 33 home runs after June 1...became 12th player in club history to record a 30-homer season, joining Ruben Sierra (1987) and Mickey Tettleton (1995) as the only switch-hitters to do so...averaged a home run every 14.3 at-bats, the 5th best ratio in the AL...hit 13 home runs in July, the 4th-highest total in club history for a single month behind 3 players who have had 15...homered 12 times in a span of 18 games from June 28-July 19, including home runs in 5 consecutive games from July 11-19 to match a club record...also matched the 2nd-longest home run streak ever by a switch-hitter...hit 5 home runs in span of 4 games from Sept. 10- 13, with 7 homers in 8 contests from Sept. 10-17...recorded 2-homer games on July 4 at Houston and Sept. 12 vs. Toronto...hit grand slams on July 4 at Houston and July 18 vs. Toronto...homered from both sides of the plate in July 4 contest for first time in his career...slam on July 18 came in 8th inning and capped a Rangers' comeback to secure series sweep vs. Blue Jays...had 8 threerun homers, 12 two-run blasts and 16 solo shots...hit home runs in final 6 games against Toronto, all at home, with 7 total long balls in that span, all against different hurlers...homered 27 times from left side of plate, 11 times righthanded...hit 50th career home run on July 29, becoming the 4th-youngest switch-hitter in major league history to reach that mark...homered 14 times in 42 games against AL East clubs.

RBI: Recorded 112 RBI, all as a first baseman to set a club record for the position...previous mark had been Rafael Palmeiro's 105 RBI as a first baseman in 1993...was first career 100 RBI campaign...marked the 2nd highest RBI total among major league first basemen behind Albert Pujols' 122 RBI at the position...had the league's 10th best RBI ratio, one every 4.9 at-bats...recorded 90 RBI in 94 games from June 4-Sept. 15...posted career-high 7 RBI in cycle game on Aug. 17 vs. Cleveland, a season high among Texas batters...posted 6 RBI on July 4 at Houston, 5 RBI on Sept. 12 vs. Toronto and had 4 RBI on 3 occasions...hit walk-off RBI single in 9th inning on Aug. 24 vs. Minnesota...ranked T4th in AL with 27 go-ahead RBI and T7th with 13 game-winning RBI...tied Hank Blalock for club lead in both categories...tied for ML lead with 30 RBI in July.

Fielding: Had a .992 fielding percentage (10 E/1318 TC) in 142 games at first base, 11th among qualifiers...led AL first basemen in assists (98) and ranked 2nd in total chances...had just one error in final 35 games and 311 chances in the field...did not commit an error in 8 chances in the outfield.

Injury: Was on the disabled list from April 13-28 with a strained left oblique muscle...played one rehab game with Frisco on April 27 at El Paso, going 0-3...took batting practice with Rangers in Kansas City the next day and was activated on April 29.

2004 Notes: Named American League Player of the Month for July...batted .300 in July and tied for major league lead in homers, RBI and runs scored...became first Texas player other than Alex Rodriguez to win the monthly award since 1999...named AL Player of the Week for week ending July 4...also named Rangers player of the month for July...for the year, ranked T5th in AL with 12 intentional walks...also ranked 8th among league's hardest to double up, averaging 90.8 at-bats per GIDP...named to AL Silver Slugger Team for first time following the season, only Texas first baseman to win the award since its inception in 1980...hit safely in 11 of final 12 games against AL East at .422 (19-45)...missed time during spring training with a sprained neck ligament. 2003 In his first season in the major leagues, led all major league rookies with 26 homers and 60 extra base hits...third on the club in triples (5), fourth in homers, RBI (84), doubles (29) and games (146), and ranked fifth in at-bats (529), runs (66), hits (137), and total bases (254)...started 104 games at first base and was also in the starting lineup at third base (11), left field (10), right field (8) and DH (5)...his 26 homers tied for the third most ever by a rookie switch-hitter and were second highest ever for a Texas first-year player behind Pete Incaviglia (30) in 1986...ranked second to Yankees Hideki Matsui (106) among big league rookies with 84 RBI and was also among the AL rookie leaders in walks (2nd, 44), slugging (3rd, .480), hits (4th), total bases (4th), triples (4th), runs (5th) and doubles (5th)...set a club record for spring training homers (8) and opened season with just 86 professional games, fewest for a Ranger since Incaviglia went directly from college to the majors in 1986...started at DH in major league debut on April 1 in Anaheim...hitless in first 16 at-bats before double off Mark Mulder on April 9 against Oakland...batted .292 (21-72) in next 22 games, improving to .241 through May 13...had a .209 (18-86) average in next 26 games, dropping to .225 through June 13...hit .327 (34-104) in next 29 games before a .206 (29-141) dip in 36-game span dropped to .244 through August 28...had a .315 (35-111) mark in final 28 contests...hit safely in season-high 10 consecutive games, July 8-20...had 3 hits in a game on 8 occasions...batted .298 (82-275) at The Ballpark in Arlington...homered twice in first 32 games before 24 in final 114 contests...connected for first major league homer off Ted Lilly on April 10 vs. Oakland...had 2 homers in a game twice, August 1 vs. Cleveland and September 1 against Kansas City...grand slam off Baltimore's Rick Helling on May 25 was first for a Texas rookie since Mike Stanley, July 3, 1987 at New York...homered in back-to-back games 4 times...had 4 RBI on 4 occasions...drove in 14 runs in 8 games, May 21-29...selected as the first baseman on Baseball Digest's and Topps Major League All-Star Rookie teams...named Rangers Rookie of the Year by local BBWAA chapter...ranked fifth among AL first basemen with .996 (4 E/1006 TC) percentage in 116 games...did not commit an error in final 36 games at first beginning August 20...of final 58 starts beginning July 27, 57 were at first base...had 17 putouts at first, September 1 vs. Kansas City...fielded .811 (7 E/37 TC) in 15 games at third and .967 (1 E/30 TC) in 25 contests in the outfield...tied club record with 5 strikeouts, August 18 at Detroit...ranked 10th in the AL in hit by pitches (14) and strikeouts (120). 2002 Combined to bat .318 (102-321) with 19 homers and 69 RBI in 86 games at Charlotte (A) and Tulsa (AA) in his first pro season...despite missing the first 2 months of the season, he was selected as the first team third baseman on Baseball America's overall minor league all-star team at season's end...selected Rangers Minor League Player of the Year by Baseball America...sustained a ruptured tendon in his left elbow and forearm while attempting to catch a foul pop in March and opened the season on the Charlotte DL...activated on June 1 and batted .320 with 9 homers and 41 RBI in 38 starts at third base for the Rangers...2-4 with 2 doubles in pro debut on June 1 vs. Vero Beach and hit safely in first 12 games at .354 (17-48)...the Topps Florida State League Player of the Month for June at .324 with 7 homers and 28 RBI in 27 games...hit first pro homer on June 5 vs. St. Lucie...batted .302 (13-43) from the right side and .327 (35-107) left-handed...named the Florida State League's best prospect by Baseball America...promoted to Tulsa on July 12 and hit .316 with 10 homers and 28 RBI in 47 starts at third base and one as the DH...tied for fourth on the club in homers...had a .389 (37-95) average in a 27-game span from July 26-August 24, improving from .255 to .331...hit .368 (14-38) right-handed and .301 (40-133) from the left side...had a .243 (9-37) average with a homer and 4 RBI in 10 Texas League playoff games...selected as Baseball America's top prospect in the Texas League at season's end...played for Peoria in Arizona Fall League, batting .333 (33-99) with 7 homers and 23 RBI in 27 games...ranked among the league leaders in slugging (2nd, .616), homers (T3rd), RBI (T4th) and average (5th) despite missing the last 2 weeks of the season with a strained abdominal muscle. 2001 The fifth overall pick in the nation by the Rangers in the June, 2001 amateur draft, Texas' highest selection since 1989...signed a 4-year contract through 2006 on August 22, 2001...participated in Rangers Florida Instructional League program, batting .246 with a team high 13 RBI in 20 games.