Jake Gautreau

  • 3B
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 0" /195

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Jake Gautreau Bio

  • Full Name: Jacob Nelson Gautreau
  • Born: 11/14/1979 in McAllen, TX
  • Draft: 2001, San Diego Padres, 1st rd. (14th overall)
  • College: Tulane
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2005 Buffalo INT

Jacob Nelson Gautreau Bio Info

Full name Jacob Nelson Gautreau...Single...Resides in Austin, TX...Attended Memorial High School in McAllen, TX, graduating in 1998...Was a four-year letter winner in baseball in high school and was a high school All-American honors in 1997 and '98...Led the state of Texas in HR as a junior with 14...Recorded 130 hits, 102 runs, 29 homeruns, 99 RBI, and batted a .460 for his career...Also lettered in football and basketball...Played three years at Tulane, 1999-2001...At Tulane he was the National Collegiate Baseball Writer's Association Player of the Year and was named first-team All-American by Baseball America, Baseball Weekly, and Collegiate Baseball in 2001 after hitting .355 (103-290) with 23 2B, 21HR & 96RBI in 69 games for the Green Wave, who advance to the College World Series for the first time that season...Was a teammate of freshman Michael Aubrey as a junior in 2001...Hit .388 (95-245) as a sophomore in 2000 for Tulane with 16HR & 68RBI in 61 games and was Conference USA Player of the Year in 2000 and 2001...Named an All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Coaches Association and Collegiate Baseball in 2000... Named to the Conference USA All-Freshmen Team, the C-USA All- Tournament Team and the Auburn Regional All-Tournament Team...Named Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball Freshmen All-American, hitting .292 average with 21 home runs 69 RBI, and 11 doubles. 2002 Made a successful transition to second base in 93 games with Single-A Lake Elsinore...Missed portions of the second half of the season due to ulcerative colitis...Posted a .957 fielding percentage at second and had a hand in 38 double plays...Batted .342 at The Diamond...Hit better against lefthanders (.323) than against righties (.272)... Went 5-for-13 (.385) with one homer and 12 RBI with the bases loaded...9 of his 10 homers came before the end of June...Posted back-to-back four-RBI efforts, 4/13-14 vs. San Bernardino...Hit safely in 19 straight games 4/26-5/15... Batted .367 (29-for-79) with three home runs and 16 RBI during the 19-game run...Went 5-for-6 with a home run and four RBI 5/24 at Rancho Cucamonga...Played in the Carolina-Cal League All-Star Game in Wilmington, DE...Also garnered a spot on the Cal League postseason All-Star team (second base)...Entered the 2002 season rated as the No. 8 prospect in the Padres' chain according to Baseball America...Following the campaign, played in the Arizona Fall League...Hit .225 with one homer and six RBI in 32 games for the league-champion Peoria Javelinas. 2001 Made a stellar professional debut, posting a .517 slugging percentage and a .389 on-base percentage in 48 games with Short-A Eugene...Tied for team lead with 19 doubles...Ranked eighth in the Northwest League in batting average...Collected 16 RBI during an 18-game stretch 7/24-8/19...Hit safely in his final 15 games with Eugene before being promoted for a late season stint at Portland...Went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI in his AAA debut 9/2 vs. Las Vegas...Played third base at both levels...Was selected in the first round (14th overall) of the 2001 First-Year Player Draft. 2005 Spent the entire season at AAA Buffalo where he set new career-highs in hits (108), doubles (30) and extra base hits (49)...Was T8th in the IL in doubles...Was the starting second baseman for the International League All-Star Team (1-3, RS in Triple A All-Star Game) and went into the break hitting .279 (83-297) with 16HR & 45RBI in 79 games...Hit .192 (25-130) in the 2nd half w/12RBI in 34 games...On June 5 vs. Columbus he went 5 for 6 w/2 2B, 2RBI & 4RS...Homered twice and drove in 4 runs on June 17 at Indy...On the year he appeared in 56 games at second base and 53 games at third base...Hit .214 (3-14, HR, 3RBI) in the IL playoffs...Hit .119 (8-67) in August and was on the DL from August 22-29 w/a broken bone in his right hand (middle finger)...Hit .250 (27-108) off LHP...Hit .238 (45-189) with runners on and .231 (24-104) w/RISP. 2004 Split the season between AA Mobile and AAA Portland, batting .266 (101-for-380) with 22 doubles, one triple, 19 home runs and 65 RBI in 114 games...Established career highs in homers, RBI and runs scored (51)...Played the entire season defensively at third base, which he last played during his 2001 professional debut...Regained strength and health after two seasons battling the effects of colitis. ..Opened the campaign with Mobile, playing in 66 games before being promoted to Portland on 6/22...Between both stops, hit .360 (27-for-75) with 13 RBI in 24 games during the month of June...Overall at AAA he drove in 35 runs in 48 games and hit .333 (26-78) with runners on base, .327 (16-49) with RISP and .301 (37-123) off RHP. 2003 Hit .242 (106-for-438) with 24 doubles, 14 homers and 55 RBI in 55 games for Mobile...Led the BayBears in at-bats (438) while ranking second in total bases (172), walks (50) and games, tied for second in homers, and third in hits (106) and doubles (24)...Ranked fourth in the Southern League with 131 strikeouts...Opened the season by playing errorless ball over his first 20 games 4/3-5/7...Was on the DL 4/21-5/1 with ulcerative colitis...Recorded his first of three four-hit games 5/18 at Orlando w/a 2B, HR & season-best 4RBI in a 12-inning 5-4 loss...Three games after having his streak snapped, homered twice and drove in four runs to lead Mobile to a 5-3 win in the first game of a 6/19DH at Chattanooga.