Dave Krynzel

  • CF
  • B/T: L/L
  • 6' 1" /185

Dave Krynzel MLB Career Stats

48 .188 0 3 0 .486

Dave Krynzel Bio

  • Full Name: David Benjamin Krynzel
  • Born: 11/7/1981 in Dayton, OH
  • Draft: 2000, Milwaukee Brewers, 1st rd. (11th overall)
  • High School: Green Valley (NV) HS
  • Debut: 9/1/2004
  • Last Game: 6/10/2005
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MLB Career Stats 48 6 9 0 3 0 .188 .278 .486


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Dave Krynzel Stats

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Dave Krynzel Advanced Stats

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Dave Krynzel Awards

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2003 Huntsville SOU

SOU Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2003 Huntsville SOU

Dave Krynzel Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 9, 2009 CF Dave Krynzel elected free agency.
September 1, 2009 CF Dave Krynzel assigned to Norfolk Tides from Bowie Baysox.

David Benjamin Krynzel Bio Info

Single...Graduated from Green Valley High School (NV) in 2000...Played for Team USA in World Junior Championship in Taiwan in 2000...Favorite movie is Braveheart...Favorite bands are Guns 'N Roses and Metallica...Fan of the Portland Trailblazers...Pulls pant legs up as superstition...If not in baseball, would have been an FBI agent. 2006 After recovering from surgery to repair a broken collarbone, batted .231 during a disappointing season at Triple-A Nashville. ... Struck out 107 times in 359 at-bats and posted a .314 on-base percentage. 2005 Spent the entire season with Triple A Nashville and tied his career-high with 11 home runs...Recorded 24 stolen bases...Began the season on an eight-game hitting streak...twice during season had hitting streaks reach seven games...Was the leadoff hitter in 91 games where he hit .247...hit .293 (17-58) batting second in the lineup...led Nashville in at-bats (450)...Collected season-high four hits on May 2 at Iowa, going 4-for-5 with an RBI...Batted .286 with runners in scoring position...Was called up from Nashville on June 2 and appeared in five games with Milwaukee, going 0-for-7 at the plate...Started one game in center field June 10 at Philadelphia and went 0-for-4...was sent back to Nashville on June 10...Hit .315 (29-for-92) during the month of August . . . hit safely in 20 of 25 games during the month...Was a member of Nashville's Pacific Coast League championship team...Broke his right clavicle in mid-November in a non-baseball accident (mini-bike)...had surgery on January 12 and his projected recovery time was eight weeks. 2004 Spent much of the season with Triple A Indianapolis ... was limited to 69 games due to a broken foot suffered on April 28 when he fouled a ball off his foot in game against Louisville ... did not return to action until June 28 when he started a brief rehab assignment with the Brewers rookie club in the Arizona Rookie League ... hit .500 (8-16) in four games before returning to Indy on July 4 ... from July 8-20, he hit .409 (18-44) ... batted .373 at home and .183 on the road ... was recalled on September 1 to Milwaukee ... made his Major League debut on September 1 at Pittsburgh striking out in his first plate appearance ... recorded his first Major League hit, a single off Cincinnati's Josh Hancock on September 5 at Miller Park ... had his first multi-hit game, a 3-5 effort, on September 21 vs St. Louis ... after batting .071 (1-14) in his first seven games, he hit .296 (8-27) in his last nine games. 2003 Spent the entire season at Double A Huntsville batting .267 with two home runs, 34 runs batted in and a leagueleading 11 triples ... finished second in the Southern League in stolen bases (43) ... posted season-high 12-game hitting streak April 15 - 27 highlighted by season-high four-hit game (4-5) on April 20 vs Birmingham ... notched his first of seven multi-steal games when he swiped a pair on April 22 at Mobile ... hit safely in 10 straight games May 16 - 27 ... recorded three multi-steal contests in May including career-best four stolen bases on May 24 vs West Tennessee ... batted .347 with 13 stolen bases and 22 runs scored in May garnering the Milwaukee Brewers Minor League Player of the Month honors ... continued hot hitting in June batting .327 with 16 runs scored, two home runs and 15 runs batted in ... month was highlighted by nine (June 7 - 16) and seven-game (June 21 - 28) hitting streaks ... Southern League mid-season all-star selection ... was 1-5 in the contest played on July 9 in Jacksonville ... starting centerfielder in the 2003 All-Star Futures Game on July 13 at U.S. Cellular Field ... was 0-2 with a walk, a run scored and a stolen base ... collected eighth three-hit game of the season (3-4) on June 27 at Chattanooga ... was hitting .299 at the conclusion of July ... cooled off in the final two months of the season batting .237 in July and .137 in August ... named to the Southern League post-season all-star team . . . batted .298 against lefthanders and .278 at home ... hit .302 with runners on base and .290 with runners in scoring position ... batted .179 with two RBI in 10 play-off games ... played in the Arizona Fall League for the Peoria Saguaros where he hit .233 with a home run and nine RBI. 2002 Began the season at Class A High Desert before getting his first taste of Double A ball at Huntsville ... collected season-high four hits April 8 vs San Bernadino beginning seven-game hitting streak April 8 - 15 ... concluded month with an eight-game hitting streak April 19 - 27 ... swiped season-high three bases April 19 vs San Jose ... batted .309 with two home runs and nine RBI during April ... matched season-high hitting in eight straight June 29 - July 6 ... made debut at Huntsville July 30 going 2-5 ... equaled season-high collecting four hits August 6 vs Chattanooga ... batted .306 at home while with the Stars ... played in the Arizona Fall League following the season ... batted .361 with a home run and a run batted in. 2001 Split season between Class A Beloit and High Desert ... began season with a six (April 6 - 10) and seven-game hitting streak (April 13 - 19) to begin the season ... collected season-high four hits and drove in season-best five runs April 27 vs Quad City ... hit .324 with a home run and 15 RBI during April ... was batting .305 through 35 games at Beloit before receiving promotion to High Desert ... hit in 10 straight games once arriving at High Desert May 23 - June 3 ... equaled season-high collecting four hits June 25 vs San Bernadino and August 5 vs Bakersfield ... put together second 10-game hitting streak July 13 - 22 ... stole season-best three bases July 20 at Visalia ... stole 11 straight bases July 11 - July 29 ... swiped 13 in July and 12 in August ... Brewers Minor League Player of the Month in August ... concluded season hitting .372 with two homers and 11 runs batted in during August ... finished fifth in the California League in stolen bases. 2000 Earned Pioneer League all-star honors during his first season playing professionally while at Rookie Ogden ... batted .404 with a home run and 18 runs batted in during June ... followed with .329 average and 11 runs batted in during July ... collected season-high four hits and plated season-high six runs on June 19 at Butte - his fourth professional contest ... hit in season-high eight straight games July 7 - 16 following seven-game hitting streak June 28 - July 5 ... had season cut short after rupturing the ulnar collateral ligament in his left thumb on July 24 vs Billings.