Brad Hawpe

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  • RF
  • B/T: L/L
  • 6' 2"/190

Brad Hawpe MLB Career Stats

.275 124 492 13 .845

Brad Hawpe Bio

  • Full Name: Bradley Bonte Hawpe
  • Born: 6/22/1979 in Fort Worth, TX
  • Draft: 2000, Colorado Rockies, 11th rd. (317th overall)
  • College: Louisiana State
  • Debut: May 1, 2004
  • Ret., Final Game: 7/22/2013
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MLB Career Stats 2934 400 806 124 492 13 .275 .368 .845


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NL All-Star

Year Team League
2009 Colorado NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/03/2007 Colorado NL
09/23/2007 Colorado NL

Brad Hawpe Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2006 .293 23rd in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2007 29 20th in NL
2008 25 25th in NL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
2007 116 6th in NL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2006 .898 18th in NL
2007 .926 12th in NL
2008 .879 15th in NL
2009 .903 15th in NL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2006 .383 15th in NL
2007 .387 14th in NL
2008 .381 11th in NL
2009 .384 18th in NL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2006 .515 20th in NL
2007 .539 14th in NL
2009 .519 16th in NL


Season BB Rank
2006 74 20th in NL
2007 81 12th in NL
2008 76 16th in NL
2009 79 13th in NL


Season 2B Rank
2009 42 5th in NL


Season 3B Rank
2006 6 19th in NL


Season SO Rank
2006 123 18th in NL
2007 137 9th in NL
2008 134 13th in NL
2009 145 7th in NL

Brad Hawpe Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
August 4, 2013 Los Angeles Angels released RF Brad Hawpe.
July 29, 2013 Los Angeles Angels designated RF Brad Hawpe for assignment.
June 8, 2013 Los Angeles Angels selected the contract of RF Brad Hawpe from Salt Lake Bees.
April 17, 2013 Brad Hawpe assigned to Salt Lake Bees from Orem Owlz.
April 11, 2013 Los Angeles Angels signed free agent RF Brad Hawpe to a minor league contract.
April 11, 2013 Brad Hawpe assigned to Orem Owlz.
March 23, 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates released RF Brad Hawpe.
January 17, 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates invited non-roster RF Brad Hawpe to spring training.
June 19, 2012 Frisco RoughRiders released OF Brad Hawpe.
June 3, 2012 Frisco RoughRiders placed OF Brad Hawpe on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to May 30, 2012. left arm fatigue
April 7, 2012 OF Brad Hawpe assigned to Frisco RoughRiders from Texas Rangers.
April 6, 2012 Texas Rangers signed free agent 1B Brad Hawpe to a minor league contract.
March 29, 2012 Texas Rangers released 1B Brad Hawpe.
January 20, 2012 Texas Rangers signed free agent 1B Brad Hawpe to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 31, 2011 1B Brad Hawpe elected free agency.
August 8, 2011 San Diego Padres transferred 1B Brad Hawpe from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
June 21, 2011 San Diego Padres placed 1B Brad Hawpe on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to June 19, 2011. Strained right middle finger
January 3, 2011 San Diego Padres signed free agent 1B Brad Hawpe.
November 7, 2010 RF Brad Hawpe elected free agency.
October 13, 2010 Tampa Bay Rays activated RF Brad Hawpe.
October 6, 2010 Tampa Bay Rays reassigned RF Brad Hawpe to the minor leagues.
September 1, 2010 Tampa Bay Rays selected the contract of RF Brad Hawpe from Charlotte Stone Crabs.
August 28, 2010 Brad Hawpe assigned to Charlotte Stone Crabs from Tampa Bay Rays.
August 27, 2010 Tampa Bay Rays signed free agent RF Brad Hawpe to a minor league contract.
August 24, 2010 Colorado Rockies released RF Brad Hawpe.
August 19, 2010 Colorado Rockies designated RF Brad Hawpe for assignment.
May 10, 2010 Colorado Rockies activated RF Brad Hawpe from the 15-day disabled list.
May 7, 2010 Modesto Nuts sent RF Brad Hawpe on a rehab assignment to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
May 6, 2010 RF Brad Hawpe assigned to Modesto Nuts.
April 25, 2010 Colorado Rockies placed RF Brad Hawpe on the 15-day disabled list. Strained left quadriceps.

Bradley Bonte Hawpe Bio Info

Bradley Bonte Hawpe...he and wife Kim have a daughter, Avery Grace and a son, Drake...lives in the Dallas-Fort Worth suburb of Westlake...made several appearances on the Rangers 2012 winter caravan...signed by Rockies scout Damon Ianelli. 2011 Started 42 games at 1st base, 7 in right field, and 1 as the DH with the Padres...offensive totals in most categories were his lowest since rookie season of 2004 (42 games)...was San Diego's opening day 1st baseman but hit just .098 (5-51) with 2 RBI and 22 strikeouts in his 1st 18 games through April 24...batted .305 (36-118) with 4 homers and 18 RBI in next 36 games to rise to .243 on June 5...had a .365 (23-63) mark in the 1st 18 games of that stretch, including a season-best 9-game hitting streak from May 7-18...was just 4-for-26 in final 8 contests...had season-best 3 hits, May 14 at Colorado...homered in back-to-back games, May 24-25 vs. St. Louis...was 0-for-6 with 5 walks as pinch-hitter.

FIELDING: Had a .990 (4 E/404 TC) fielding percentage in 44 total games at 1st base...had appeared in just 9 ML games at 1st prior to last season, all in 2010 (6 with COL; 3 with TB)...had 11 errorless chances in his 7 games in right field...moved to the outfield when the Padres recalled Anthony Rizzo in early June.

INJURY: Was originally placed on the 15-day DL on June 21 with a strained right middle game was on June 18 at Minnesota as the DH...underwent ulnar nerve transplant surgery on his left elbow on August 5 with the operation performed by San Diego team physicians Drs. Heinz Hoenecke and Daniel Keefe at Scripps Clinic in Carmel, CA...was transferred to the 60-day DL on August 8...spent remainder of season and off-season on rehab program. 2010 Split the season between the Rockies and Rays after being signed by TB as a minor league free agent on 8/27...Combined to hit .245 (73-for-298) with 21 doubles, two triples, nine home runs, 44 RBI and 31 runs scored in 103 games between the Rockies and Rays...Began the season with the Rockies and hit .255 (66-for-259) in 88 games before clearing waivers and becoming a free agent...Connected for two home runs in his fifth game of the season, a 5-4 14-inning loss to the Padres on 4/ was his second career multi-homer game...Missed time while on the disabled list from 4/25-5/10 with a strained left quadriceps...Signed a minor league contract with the Rays after clearing waivers and was added to the Major League roster on 8/31... made his TB debut on 9/1, his first appearance for any team other than the Rockies after parts of seven seasons in COL to begin his career. 2009 Hit career-best 6 HR's off left-handed pitchers...led club with 14 HR's on the road...Rox went 17-6 in games when homered...14 of his HR's were on the road, his most since 2006 (16 road HR's)...had career-high 42 doubles, as he led all Rox players in that category (T-5th in NL, tied for NL)...ranked 2nd on the club with 79 walks...68 of his 143 hits went for extra-bases...gave Rox their first 2 last-at bat wins (5/15 at PIT; 5/30 vs. SD) and 3 of their 17 last-at bat wins of the year, including 2 of 8 walkoff wins...reached 50 RBI in 60th game on 6/19, quickest ever to 50 RBI in his career...only Rox position player named to the All- Star team, as he led the club in AVG (.320), SLG (.577), extra-base hits (43), total bases (164), RBI (59) and runs (50) in the first half...ranked 2nd in the NL at the break with a .349 AVG with runners in scoring position (30-for-86)...averaged 4.81 AB per RBI in first half (7th in NL)...led MLB with 33 two-out RBI at the break and his 4.81 AB/RBI ratio ranked 4th in NL in first half...production dropped off in the second half, as he hit .240 (52-for-217) with 9 HR's and 27 RBI...recorded just 7 RBI in September (none until 9/22), 13 in August and 7 in July...went 12-for-62 (.194) w/RISP in second half...received the majority of his at-bats in the No. 5 slot in the batting order, earning 78 starts at that spot...smashed 5 HR's against the Dodgers...left 4/13 in bottom of 5th inn. (left hamstring)...hit 3 of first 4 HR's off lefties...missed 3 straight games (4/28- 5/1) due to a neck contusion (struck in the neck by a thrown ball by San Diego catcher Nick Hundley trying to pick him off at 2nd base)...had RBI in 7 straight games, 5/10-17, best streak of his career...hit gamewinning 2-run HR in 9th inn. 5/15 at PIT (off Capps)...missed time with right groin strain (did not start 5/26- 29) 12-game hitting streak 5/30-6/10...3 HR's 6/22-7/1 road trip, including 100th career HR 6/27 at OAK...walkoff double in Rox last game of first half, 7/12 vs. ATL (also hit 14th HR, 2 RBI) to give Rox 3 of their 6 last-at bat wins in '09 (2 of 3 walkoff wins)...broke up perfect game (Josh Johnson) with a walk to lead off 5th inn. 8/14 at FLA...had a 2-run home run Rox postseason clinching win 10/1 vs. MIL; was his 3rd home run of that homestand, as he also homered 9/22 vs. SD, and 9/26 vs. STL...had exactly one hit in 8 straight road games as part of a 10-game road hit streak (.297, 11-for-37, 8/16-30)...39 strikeouts in August were a club record for the month. 2008 Batted .283 (138-for-488) with 25 home runs and 85 RBI...led club with 76 walks and posted a .381 OBP...returned from injury on 6/6 and hit .304 (105-345) with 22 HR and 68 RBI over his final 96 games (from that date, ranked 11th in NL in avg., T-9th in RBI, 6th in slugging pct.-.567)...led Rox with 23 go-ahead RBI...13 of his 25 HR either tied the game or gave Rox the lead...hit 8 home runs with 2 strikes (most by a Rockie)...went 24-for-last-72 (.333) vs. left-handers and finished with his highest season avg. vs. southpaws (.282)...ranked 9th in NL with .315 avg. from 7th inning on...had the only hit in the two games the Rox were one-hit (7/13 at NYM, 9/6 vs. HOU-Oswalt CG)...on the Opening Day roster for the 4th straight year and has made four straight starts in an opener...hit Rockies' first HR of 2008, finishing 2- for-4 on 4/2 at STL...broke up Randy Wolf's no-hit bid with 2-out, 7th inning single 4/15 at SD...hitless in 7 AB's 4/17 at SD but drew pair of walks, including bases loaded walk in 14th inning which was first run of night for both Rockies and Padres; Rox went on to win game in 22 innings...walked in 8 straight games from 4/21-28...reached base in 24 straight games from April 2-29, the longest game on-base streak of his career...homered 5/6 vs. STL, a solo shot off RHP Joel Pineiro; was the 1500th homer by a Rockie in Coors Field history...went 7-for-43 in 13 games from 5/5-20 to drop average from .269 to .231...placed on 15-day DL (right hamstring strain) on 5/24 (retroactive 5/21)...hit .091 (1-for-11) during 3-game rehab stint at Colo. Springs...reinstated from 15-day DL prior to 6/6 game and homered in first 2 games back...hit safely in first 5 games back; drove in go-ahead runs with 2-run HR off LHP Brian Shouse in 8th inn 6/6, just 2nd HR off LHP in '08...hit grand slam of Dave Bush (2nd career) as he combined with Iannetta for back-to-back home runs 6/7 vs. MIL...hit go-ahead solo homer 6/15 to give Rox 4-3 lead...5 of first 7 HR in '08 either tied the game or gave Rox the lead...hit .292 (14-for-48) with 4 HR's during Interleague play....followed Atkins' HR for Rox second set of back-to-back home runs 6/21 vs. NYM; marked 5th time Atkins and Hawpe have hit back-to-back shots: Atkins-Hawpe (4), Hawpe-Atkins (1)...was involved in each of the club's five sets of back-to-back shots since 6/15/07...had career-high 4 walks 6/22 (tied for most by a Rockie in '08)...walked in franchise-record 6 straight plate appearances from 6/22-23...hit 8 home runs (T-4th in the NL) and led the league in OPS (1.113) in June...received votes for June's Player of the Month voting, finishing the month with a .316 average, 8 HR and 17 RBI, while also leading the NL with an 1.113 OPS...3 of 4 hits on 7/1-6 homestand were HR's; had 8 RBI despite going 4-for-25 during those home games...had 5 of Rockies' 11 hits during Mets series in New York and scored the Rockies only run (HR) of the series...had 6 hits (6-for-35) in 11 home games from 6/21-7/18; 5 of those 6 hits were HR's...hit 1st sac fly of '08 8/2 at FLA...hit game-winning 2-run single w/bases loaded in 8th inn. 8/5 vs. WAS...hit GW 2-run homer in 8th inn. 8/13 vs. ARI (Rauch)...2-R HR in 5th inn. 8/15 were deciding 2 runs in 4-3 game win...recorded gametying and GW RBI 8/20 as he had 2 of the Rox' 4 hits w/RISP... RBI single 8/23 vs. CIN was eventual GW run...hit 100th career double 8/25 at SF...came within 2 plate appearances of club record, reaching base safely in 12 straight plate appearances as he reached base safely in all 9 plate apps. in the Giants series (4 hits, 5 walks), then walked in his first AB 8/29 to extend the streak to 10...notched only Rox hit 9/6 vs. HOU, a single off Oswalt to lead off the 5th inn., in the 2-0 loss vs. the Astros...hit 25th home run 9/11 at ATL for HR's in 3 of his last 4 games...finished 4-for-29 with 2 extra-base hits and 12 K's in his final 9 games of the season. 2007 In just his second full season in the Major Leagues, Hawpe batted .291 with 29 home runs and 116 RBI in 152 games for Colorado...established career highs in home runs, RBI, walks (81), runs (80), onbase percentage (.387), and slugging (.539)...ranked sixth in the NL in RBI and had second-best RBI ratio in the league (RBI every 4.4 at-bats)...had club-record 66 RBI with two outs, surpassing the previous mark of Dante Bichette (59 RBI in 1998) and Andres Galarraga (59 RBI in 1996)...was twice named NL Player of the Week...ranked among team leaders in home runs (2nd), RBI (2nd), walks (2nd), and doubles (T4th, 33)...hit .315 vs. right-handers, but just .214 off lefties...despite a strong finish against left-handed pitching, still had 44 strikeouts in 126 at-bats against lefties (34.9%)...hit .315 with runners in scoring position, including .377 with RISP and two outs...had a .450 average (9-for-20) with the bases loaded, including his first career grand slam on June 16 vs. Tampa Bay (Andy Sonnanstine)...hit better with 2 outs (.337) than with zero (.294) or one out (.246)...hit far better in the seventh inning and later (.341) than he did over the first six innings of a game (.265)...although he did not start several games against left-handed starters, Hawpe was the club's regular right-fielder and batted sixth throughout the season...went consecutive games without starting just once all year: July 20-21 at Washington...had a .977 (6 e/258 tc) fielding pct. in 142 games/137 starts in right field and recorded six outfield assists, this after 16 in 2006...Hawpe twice homered in three consecutive games in 2007, May 28-30 vs. St. Louis and June 15-17 vs. Tampa Bay...hit .256 in April and was batting .271 as late as May 18...had just one home run over his first 37 games and 122 at-bats through May 15, that coming on April 29 vs. Atlanta...from May 16-July 8, batted .340 (54-for-159) with 14 home runs, 11 doubles, and 42 RBI in 45 games to raise average at All-Star break to .310...the .310 figure was his highest mark all season after the first eight games...the stretch began with a two-homer game on May 16 vs. was his first career two-homer game, and both long balls came against the NL's reigning Cy Young Award winner, Brandon Webb...Webb had gone 19 consecutive starts dating to '06 without allowing multiple long balls to an opposing team, let alone an opposing player...Hawpe was just the second player to ever homer twice off Webb in a game, joining Giants' Ray Durham, who did it on July 24, 2003 at San Francisco...Hawpe would hit another home run off Webb in his next start on May 21 at Arizona, three home runs off the pitcher in a span of six days...the homers off Webb were part of a barrage that saw Hawpe hit seven home runs in span of 13 games from May 16-30...named NL Player of the Week on June 4 after batting .455 and leading NL with eight RBI and a .571 OBP...hit two-out, two-strike, game-tying solo homer off Antonio Alfonseca in bottom of the 9th on July 6 vs. Philadelphia, leading to Rox' eventual 7-6 walk-off win in 11 innings...homered in two of his first three games after the break, but, over his first 58 games after the break through a doubleheader on Sept. 18 vs. Los Angeles, hit .225 (42-for-187) with 10 HR, seven doubles, and 36 RBI...had 72 strikeouts in 187 at-bats in that span, K's in 38.5% of his at-bats over those 58 fact, had a stretch with at least one strikeout in 26 consecutive games from Aug. 17-Sept. 13...that matched the longest streak in the Major Leagues in data going back to 1957, a feat accomplished by just two other players in that 51-year span: Geoff Jenkins and Mike Cameron, both 26 straight in 2001...had a two-run, gamewinning homer on July 23 vs. San Diego off Cla Meredith, capping Rockies' five-run eighth inning in a 7-5 comeback win over the Padres...Hawpe would finish strong, however, batting .438 (21-for-48) over his final 12 games...had multiple hits in eight of those 12 contests...hit a two-run homer off Jonathan Broxton Sept. 19 vs. LA at Coors Field, erasing Dodgers' 5-4 lead in a 6-5 Rockies victory...was named NL Player of the Week for a second time on Sept. 24 after leading league with 10 RBI in the week. 2006 In his first Major League season not involving DL time, Hawpe established career highs in every category as the club's everyday right fielder for most of the year...batted .293 with 22 home runs, 84 RBI, 33 doubles, and 67 runs in 150 games...became just the fourth left-handed batter to surpass 20 home runs for the Rockies, joining Todd Helton (8x), Larry Walker (6x), and Jeromy Burnitz (once)...had 16 outfield assists, the second-highest total in the Major Leagues behind only Washington's Alfonso Soriano (22) was the second-highest single-season outfield assist total in franchise history, trailing only Dante Bichette's 17 assists in 1999...just four of the 16 assists were part of a relay...ranked among team leaders in triples (2nd, 6), home runs (3rd), RBI (3rd), walks (3rd), slugging (3rd, .515), and extra base hits (3rd, 61)...had 123 strikeouts, most on club and the seventh-highest single season total in team history...averaged 3.95 pitches per plate appearance, second-highest figure among Rockies...16 of his 22 home runs came away from Coors Field...batted .409 (45-for-110) with none on and no outs, .255 (40-for-157) with RISP...batted .368 (39-for-106) with eight home runs and 19 RBI over his first 29 games through May 5...from May 6-June 23, batted .244 (32-for-131) over 41 games to drop to .300...hit .424 (14-for-33) in a nine-game span from June 24-July 3 to rise to .315...beginning July 4, would bat .266 (61-for-229) the rest of the way to finish at .293...had walk-off RBI fielder's choice in 11th inning on Opening Day, April 3 vs. Arizona...hit home runs in four consecutive games April 9-13, matching the third-longest HR streak in team history...joined Larry Walker (April 2-5, 1997) and Vinny Castilla (July 21-24, 2004) as the only players to accomplish the feat exclusively in road games...each of his first nine home runs were solo shots...fell a single short of the cycle on April 11 at Arizona...was also the first of four four-RBI games for Hawpe in '06...batted .441 (15-for-34) with three HR and five RBI on club's nine-game road trip from April 24-May 2, at which point he led the N.L. with a .374 batting average...reached base safely via hit or walk in 17 straight from April 17-May 5 before going 0-for-3 on May 6 vs. Houston...on May 14 at Houston, used a pink bat produced by Louisville Slugger to commemorate Mother's Day and raise awareness for breast cancer...went 1-for-3 with the pink bat...had four RBI May 16 vs. Los Angeles, as his three-run homer in the 4th inning that night snapped a 1-1 tie and aided Rockies' 5-1 win...homer on June 30 at Seattle came off Jamie Moyer, his second career homer off a lefty...the homer began a 10-game hit streak for Hawpe...the hit streak from June 30-July 13 matched the longest of his career...had club-record 11 outfield assists prior to the All-Star break...was ejected for only time in his career on July 14 at Cincinnati...plate ump Joe West tossed Hawpe after he threw his bat in frustration following a called third strike in the top of the 8th...went 7-for-14 with two home runs and three RBI in four-game series Aug. 7-10 at Los Angeles...homer on Aug. 7 broke a 29-game drought, first since June 30...hit go-ahead RBI single in 9th inning off Dodgers closer Takashi Saito Aug. 9 at Los Angeles, a 3-1 Rox win...also homered Aug. 9, a drive deep into the bullpen in right field...hit walk-off RBI single Aug. 14 vs. Arizona...long ball Aug. 25 vs. San Diego snapped 40-game HR drought at Coors Field...gave up playing time to Jeff Baker in September...hit second career pinch home run in eighth inning on Sept. 24 vs. Atlanta off Tyler Yates, giving Rox a decisive 9-8 lead in win that day...began a stretch in which Hawpe would homer three times in his final six games, including a pair of long balls off lefties...had seven hits his last 10 at-bats with RISP. 2005 Brad spent his first full season in the Major Leagues, but was slowed by a hamstring injury that sidelined him for a month and a half toward the end of the year...batted .262 with nine home runs and 47 RBI in 101 games...ranked among NL rookie leaders in walks (3rd, 43), RBI (4th), triples (T4th, 3), on-base percentage (4th, .350), and slugging (10th, .403)...ranked among Rockies leaders in walks (3rd), triples (T3rd), and RBI (T4th)...had 10 go-ahead RBI, T5th-most on the club...started 79 games, all in right field...led the team with 10 outfield assists, most ever by a Rockies rookie...the 10 assists matched the eighth-highest total in club history as he became just the fourth Rockies outfielder ever to reach double-digit assists...only other Rockies to reach double-digit assists are Larry Walker (five times), Dante Bichette (four times), and Jeromy Burnitz (once)...the 10 assists was T5th-highest total in the National League...was on the disabled list from July 10-Sept. 1 with a strained left hamstring suffered in sixth inning on July 9 vs. San Diego...hit .250 (7-for-28) against lefties and .264 (73-for-277) against right-handers...was 6-for-17 (.353) with six RBI as a pinch-hitter...batted .272 (58-for-213) at night...began the season in a platoon role in right field, but was a virtual everyday player by the end of April...hit .380 (19-for-50) with four home runs and 13 RBI in 20 games in April...all four home runs came in a nine-game stretch to end the month, during which he batted .464 (13-for-28) with nine RBI...went 2-for-3 on May 1 at Los Angeles to raise average to .396, but hit .202 (20-for-99) over 31 games from May 2-June 11 to drop season figure to .270...did have a pair of three-RBI games in that stretch...had two assists on May 14 vs. Arizona, first Colorado outfielder with multiple assists in a game since Jeromy Burnitz on April 27, 2004 vs. Florida...beginning June 14, hit .347 (25-for-72) over his final 23 games before the DL stint to rise from .270 to .295...hit a game-tying two-run homer on June 21 at Houston, his first career home run off a left-hander...hit a solo homer on July 7 vs. Los Angeles off Derek Lowe...went 1-for-2 on July 9 vs. San Diego, before straining his left hamstring attempting to break up a fifth-inning double play...was placed on the disabled list on July 12 (retroactive to July 10) with a strained left hamstring...played seven games on a rehab assignment with Triple-A Colorado Springs from Aug. 24-31, batting .464 (13-for-28) with three HR and 11 RBI...went 5-for-5 with two HR, a double and four RBI in next-to-last rehab game on Aug. 30 at Salt Lake...carried over that success when he was activated Sept. 2...went 5-for-13 with six RBI over first three games, a Rockies three-game sweep Sept. 2-4 vs. Los Angeles...lone hit in that series finale was a walk-off RBI single in bottom of the 10th on Sept. 4...beginning Sept. 6, hit .132 (9-for-68) with one extra base hit and two RBI over his final 23 games, dropping final average from .300 to .262. 2004 Spent the majority of the season at Colorado Springs (AAA) but also had a pair of month-long stints in the big leagues...with the Sky Sox, Brad hit .322 with 31 homers, 86 RBI and an organizational-best .652 slugging percentage...only three other minor leaguers had a higher slugging in 2004, Calvin Pickering (.712), Dallas McPherson (.670) and Joe Dillon (.669)...Brad's 31 homers tied for fourth in the Pacific Coast League...recalled on April 30, Hawpe made his major league debut in a May 1st doubleheader vs. Atlanta, going a combined 4-for-5 in the twin bill with 2 runs, a triple, a homer and 2 RBI...made his ML debut as a pinch hitter in game one and singled off Kevin Gryboski in his first plate appearance...then got his first career start in the evening affair (right field) and went 3-for-4 with a 2-run homer off John Thomson in the sixth inning (also first 2 RBI) 42 games overall with the Rockies, Brad hit .248 with 3 HR and 9 RBI...started 30 games, 29 in right field and 1 in left...opened his big league career by going 8-for-13 (.615) in his first five contests, while posting multi-hit games in each of his three starts (7- for-11, .636)...slowed down after that and wound up hitting .263 (15-for-57) with 1 HR and 3 RBI in 22 games before being optioned back to the Springs on May 30...spent the next three months in the PCL and earned his way back to the majors thanks to a monster August in which he was named Organizational Player of the Month...Hawpe belted 14 of his 31 home runs in a 27-game stretch during the month of August, when he averaged one HR every 7.7 at-bats...he hit .352 (38-for-108) in August with 14 homers and 28 RBI in 27 games...after rejoining the Rockies on Sept. 7, he clubbed his first career pinch-hit HR off Arizona's Lance Cormier on Sept. was the Rockies' 11th pinch-hit HR of the season, tying a club record set in 1995...Brad hit .229 (11-for-48) with 2 homers and 6 RBI in his second stint with the an extended look down the stretch, starting nine of the club's final 12 games, all in right field...struggled in limited opportunities against lefthanded pitching, managing just 2 hits in 13 at-bats while fanning 8 times...had better success in road games as a Rockie, posting a .274 average on the road versus .209 at home)...belted two grand slams with the Sky Sox, April 25 at Iowa and Aug. 31 at Oklahoma and collected 3 home runs on June 18 at Iowa. 2003 Another banner season came to a halt on July 14 as he suffered a separated right shoulder while diving for a ball on July 14 vs. El Paso...leading Tulsa in nearly every offensive category at the time, Brad missed the next six weeks before returning for the Drillers' final five games in late August...began to make the switch to outfield in 2003, as he played 49 games in right field, 18 at first base and 22 as DH...despite the extended absence, still finished fifth in the Texas League with a .503 slugging...had a league-high 18-game road hitting streak from April 29-June 13, during which he hit .413 (31-for-75)...named the league's "Batter of the Week," May 12-18, as he drove in 10 runs, including a grand slam May 14 at Wichita...was the Texas League's All-Star Game MVP after he went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI in the East's 4-2 win on June 16...drove in a run in eight straight contests, June 6-13...had a career-best 6 RBI during Tulsa's 18-4 win over Frisco on July 2...played in the Arizona Fall League (.276, 4 HR, 18 RBI).

The 2002 Organizational Player of the Year, Hawpe has successfully made his way up the organizational ladder in his four pro seasons...recently rated as the 11th-best prospect in the system by Baseball America, Hawpe is a natural first baseman but is gradually making the move to outfield. 2002 Compiled one of the finest seasons ever by a Rockies minor leaguer en route to earning the Doug Million Award as organizational player of the year...named Carolina League MVP, just the fifth player in franchise history to garner league MVP honors...Baseball America named Hawpe a first-team Minor League All-Star following the season and also selected him to its High A All-Star squad...came within two weeks of becoming the second player ever-and first since 1951-to win the triple crown in the Carolina League...led in all three categories as late as Aug. 17 (.345-21-83)...won the league batting title, hitting .347, the second highest average in all of minor league baseball...wound up finishing third in home runs (22) and second in RBI (97)...did win the percentage triple crown, leading in on-base (.447) and slugging (.587), both of which ranked third among all minor leaguers...the mid-season and post-season Carolina League All-Star led the circuit in total bases (264) and walks (81), was second in runs (87) and extra-base hits (62), third in doubles (38) and fifth in hits (156)...was Colorado's Minor League Co-Player of the Month for April...earned Carolina League "Hitter of the Week" honors three times...missed a little over a week (May 23-June 1) with a right wrist strain...was bumped up to Double A for Carolina's postseason series against Jacksonville and hit .211. 2001 Started strong in his first season with Asheville (A), batting .318 (47-for-148) through the first two months ... but then hit just .237 (58-for-245) in the final three months to finish his average at .267 (105-for-393) ... belted 22 home runs, averaging one every 17.86 at bats, fifth best in the South Atlantic League ... played 52 games at first base, 54 in right field and five as the team's DH. 2000 Brad was a Northwest League All-Star in his first year of professional baseball at short-season Portland ... ranked second in the league in doubles (19) and third in both extra-base hits (28) and slugging percentage (.502) ... recorded his first career multi-homer game June 26 at Everett.