Robb Quinlan #39

  • 1B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 1" /210

Robb Quinlan MLB Career Stats

1112 .276 25 121 16 .723

Robb Quinlan Bio

  • Full Name: Robb William Quinlan
  • Born: 3/17/1977 in St. Paul, MN
  • Draft: 1999, Anaheim Angels, 10th rd. (311th overall)
  • College: Minnesota
  • Debut: 7/28/2003
  • Last Game: 6/25/2010
  • Relationship(s): brother of Tom Quinlan
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MLB Career Stats 1112 134 307 25 121 16 .276 .322 .723


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Robb Quinlan Stats

*Since 2006

Robb Quinlan Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
*Since 2006

Robb Quinlan Statcast Events


Robb Quinlan Awards

PCL Most Valuable Player

Year Team League
2002 Salt Lake City PCL

PCL Rookie of the Year

Year Team League
2002 Salt Lake City PCL

PCL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2002 Salt Lake City PCL

Robb Quinlan Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
March 11, 2011 Philadelphia Phillies released 1B Robb Quinlan.
January 6, 2011 Philadelphia Phillies signed free agent 1B Robb Quinlan to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
September 7, 2010 Salt Lake Bees released 1B Robb Quinlan.
September 7, 2010 Los Angeles Angels released 1B Robb Quinlan.
August 1, 2010 Salt Lake Bees placed 1B Robb Quinlan on the 7-day disabled list. right shoulder strain
July 4, 2010 Los Angeles Angels optioned 1B Robb Quinlan to Salt Lake Bees.
June 16, 2010 Los Angeles Angels optioned Robb Quinlan to Salt Lake Bees.
June 16, 2010 Robb Quinlan assigned to Los Angeles Angels.
May 30, 2010 Los Angeles Angels recalled Robb Quinlan from Salt Lake Bees.
May 10, 2010 Los Angeles Angels optioned Robb Quinlan to Salt Lake Bees.
May 10, 2010 Robb Quinlan assigned to Salt Lake Bees.
April 20, 2010 Los Angeles Angels recalled Robb Quinlan from Salt Lake Bees.
April 9, 2010 Robb Quinlan assigned to Salt Lake Bees from Los Angeles Angels.
April 3, 2010 Los Angeles Angels selected the contract of Robb Quinlan from Salt Lake Bees.
March 4, 2010 Los Angeles Angels invited non-roster 1B Robb Quinlan to spring training.
February 11, 2010 Salt Lake Bees signed free agent Robb Quinlan.
November 5, 2009 1B Robb Quinlan elected free agency.

Robb William Quinlan Bio Info

Robb William Quinlan... Married Amanda Lenzmeier (2/10/06)... 1995 graduate of Hill Murray High School (MN)... 1999 graduate of the University of Minnesota, where he earned a degree in marketing and communications... Named Big 10 Conference Player of the Year and All-League first baseman as a senior after hitting .413 with 16 HR and 84 RBI in 64 games that year... His older brother, Tom, spent 4 seasons in the majors between TOR (1990, 1992), the Phillies (1994) and MIN (1996)... Hobbies: Playing golf and ice hockey... Signed by: Tom Osowski. 2010 Was a non-roster invitee to LAA spring training and made LAA's Opening Day roster...Shuttled between LAA and Salt Lake (AAA) all season; was optioned and recalled 3 separate times...Made 6 starts for LAA: 5 at 1st base, 1 as DH; appeared at 1st base, 3rd base, LF and DH in the minors...Had a season-high 3 hits and tied his career high with 2 doubles, 6/6 at SEA...Hit safely in 26 of his 34 games in the minors (76%)...Posted a 10-game hit streak for Salt Lake, 4/13-5/15 (.317, 13-41, 3 RBI) 2009 Spent his 4th full season with LAA...Made 31 starts: 16 at 1st base, 9 in LF, 3 as DH, 2 at 3rd base and 1 in RF...LAA went 19-12 (.613) in his starts...Batted .333 (9-27) with RISP and .353 (6-17) with RISP & 2 outs...Had a pair of 3-hit games, 5/23 at LAD and 6/15 at SF...Tied his career high with 3 RBI, 10/3 at OAK...Was on LAA's ALDS and ALCS rosters but did not play 2008 Spent third full season with Angels as a utility player...Limited to 68 games batting .262 (43/164) with one home run and 11 RBI...Made 44 starts, 28 at third base, 13 at first base and three as DH...Hit safely in 32 of 44 starts...His 2-run, 2-out single in 5th inning Sept. 10 vs. proved to be game-winning hit in AL West clinching victory over NYY...Hit safely in season-best seven-straight games Aug. 26-Sept. 10 (.375; 9/24)...Connected for 2-run HR in 3rd inning May 4 vs. Baltimore...Marked first HR since June 10, 2007 at St. Louis. 2007 Spent second full season with Angels and made 41 of 48 starts vs. left-handed pitchers...Hit .247 (44/178) with 21 runs scored, nine doubles, three home runs and 21 RBI in 79 games...Made starts at five positions (3B, 1B, LF, RF, DH) committing just two errors...Logged first career multi-SB game, July 25 vs. Oakland...Made third career start in cleanup spot July 24 vs. Oakland....Collected second career pinch-hit home run, June 10 at St. Louis. 2006 He set career bests in home runs (9), RBIs (32), runs (28), hits (75) and games played (86). Quinlan, who platooned at first and third base, hit .321 against left-handed pitching in 2006. He compiled a 17-game hitting streak from Aug. 2 to Sept. 1. Quinlan finished the season batting .367 over his final 42 games. He hit his first career pinch-hit home run against the Diamondbacks on June 24, the eventual game-winning hit in the top of the 13th inning. 2005 Saw majority of action when facing LHP and responded batting .289 (24/83) with all 5 HRs vs. LHP (2 vs. B. Zito)...3 of 5 HRs came vs. A's...Made 37 starts (30 at 3B)...Hit .274 (20/73) - .180 (11/61) at home...Batted .296 (21/71) after ASB - .159 (10/63) before ASB...Collected pinch-hit, GW-RBI single in 12th inn, Sept. 16 vs. Detroit...Led Angels with four pinch-hits (4/11)...Went 8-for-11 in first four games after activation from DL, Aug. 23...Tallied two key HRs in key Oakland series (Aug. 30-Sept. 1)...Committed five of seven errors in Sept...Placed on DL, July 1, due to mild disk bulge of neck/left shoulder inflammation...Played in four rehab games at Rookie Mesa (.250, 3/12, 3 RBI) and 15 contests at Salt Lake (.383, 23/60, 1 HR, 4 RBI)...Recalled June 28 from Salt Lake...Optioned to Salt Lake, June 18...Made first career Opening Day roster and started at third base Opening Night in place of injured Dallas McPherson. 2004 Began sixth professional season at triple-A Salt Lake, where he batted .296 (32/108) with 15 runs scored, nine doubles, one triple, two homers and 17 RBI in 27 games...Recalled to Angels, May 6, and optioned back to Salt Lake, June 8 before being recalled back to Angels, June 11...Hit .344 (55/160) with five homers and 23 RBI in 56 games with Angels...Hit first home run of ML career and tallied career-high three RBI, July 24 at Seattle...Set careerhigh with four hits, July 22 at Texas...Three of his five HR tied game or gave Angels lead...Three of five HR came vs. Seattle...Posted 21-game hit streak, July 7-Aug. 10, hitting .425 (34/80) during streak...21-game hit streak is longest by Angels' rookie in club history (previously Aurilio Rodriguez in 1968,16 games) and longest streak by any rookie since 2001 (Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle, 23 games)...Streak is also tied for fifth-longest in Angels' history...Led all AL rookies with .407 average and 15 RBI in July to be named AL Rookie of the Month, first Angel to receive honor since inception of award in 2001...Made 40 starts overall with Angels (9 at 1B, 4 as DH, 27 at 3B, 1 at LF), committing just one error (at third base)...Placed on 15-day DL, Aug. 17, after tearing left oblique muscle during early batting practice at Tampa Bay that day and missed rest of season. 2003 Spent majority of 2003 campaign at triple-A Salt Lake batting .310 (122/393) with 55 runs, 19 doubles, four triples, nine HR and 68 RBI in 95 games with Stingers, playing first base and outfield...Did not commit an error with Stingers and batted over .300 for fourth time in five minor league seasons (.295 in 2001)...Recalled from Salt Lake July 27...One of six Angels' rookies to make ML debut in 2003...His first four ML starts came vs. Barry Zito, Andy Pettitte, Roger Clemens and David Wells (went 5-for-13)...Hit .366 (15/41) through first 13 games in ML...Did not record a putout at first base during entire game Aug. 6 at Boston (first time in AL since John Olerud, July 17, 2000)...Collected first ML RBI with ninth-inning single off Pedro Martinez Aug. 6...Connected first ML hit (single off Andy Pettitte) July 29 vs. New York (finished 3/4, 1 2B)...Posted career-best three hits in the contest...Owned two four-game hit streaks with Anaheim...Made 23 starts with Angels. 2002 Completed fourth professional season...Batted .333 (176/528) with 31 doubles, 13 triples, 20 home runs and 112 RBI in 136 games for triple-A Salt Lake and named Angels' Minor League Player of the Year...Set career highs in average, games, at-bats, runs (95), hits, triples, home runs, RBI and slugging percentage (.555)...RBI total led Pacific Coast League and ranked second in all of the minor leagues...Also ranked third in PCL in hits (176), tied for third in runs, fourth in extra-base hits (64) and fifth in average, triples and slugging percentage...Collected two five-hit games, May 12 vs. Edmonton (5-5, 4 R, 2 HR, 8 RBI) and July 28 at Colorado Springs (5-6, 2 2B, 3B, HR, 7 RBI)...In July 28th game, became first Salt Lake player to hit for the cycle since 1998...Posted 21-game hit streak, May 29-June 20, batting .440 (40/91) with 10 doubles, one triple, two home runs and 12 RBI over that span...Also posted hit streaks of 11 (July 15-25) and 10 (Aug. 14-25) games...Tied career-high with eight RBI, May 12 vs. Edmonton (also July 6, 1999 vs. Yakima)...Owned .400 (32/80) average in 22 games as DH...Committed only three errors in 257 chances for .988 fielding percentage (108 games in OF, seven at 1B)...Batted .373 (98/263) average with 19 doubles, three triples, eight home runs and 58 RBI on road...Was voted to Baseball America's 2002 Minor League All-Star Team at completion of season...Awarded Angels' Minor League Player of the Month for May and June...Participated for PCL in triple-A All-Star Game...Was voted PCL's Rookie of the Year and MVP...Named Topps PCL Player of the Month for July...Played with Obregon of Mexican Winter League, ranking among league leaders in hits and average. 2001 Ranked third in Texas league in triples (7), fifth in runs (82), fifth in hits (145) and eighth in average (.295)...Participated in Texas League All-Star Game...Named Texas League Player of the Week, April 16-22...Earned Angels' Organization Defensive Player of the Month for June. 2000 Ranked fourth in California League in doubles (35), fifth in average (.317) and fifth in on-base percentage (.396)...Named Angels' Organization Player of the Month in August, as well as California League Player of the Month and Topps Minor League Player of the Month for August, batting .361 (39/108) with seven doubles, one triple, four home runs and 24 RBI to earn the honors. 1999 Led Northwest League in RBI (77), hits (95) and at-bats (295) and ranked third in total bases (144), third in games (73), fifth in doubles (20) and 10th in average (.322)...Named Northwest League Baseball America Short-Season All-Star...Also honored as Northwest League Player of the Week , July 5-11 and Aug. 2-8...Earned Northwest League Most Valuable Player.