Rickie Weeks

Rickie Weeks #25

  • LF
  • B/T: R/R
  • 5' 10"/220
  • Age: 33

Rickie Weeks Stats

.167 2 9 0 .513

Rickie Weeks MLB Career Stats

.247 150 439 126 .765

Rickie Weeks Bio

  • Full Name: Rickie Darnell Weeks
  • Born: 9/13/1982 in Daytona, FL
  • Draft: 2003, Milwaukee Brewers, 1st rd. (2nd overall)
  • College: Southern
  • Debut: September 15, 2003
  • Relationship(s): brother of Jemile Weeks
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2015 Stats 84 7 14 2 9 0 .167 .263 .513
MLB Career Stats 4140 691 1023 150 439 126 .247 .345 .765
  • Status: Released

Rickie Weeks 2015 Splits

Last 7 Games 13 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 .077 .143 .077
Last 15 Games 32 1 4 0 2 1 7 0 .125 .176 .125
Last 30 Games 65 6 10 1 5 9 17 0 .154 .267 .215
Last 7 Games
Last 15 Games
Last 30 Games
Last 3 Games AB R H HR RBI BB SO SB
6/7 vs TB 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
6/10 @ CLE 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
6/12 @ HOU 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Last 3 Games
6/7 vs TB
6/10 @ CLE
6/12 @ HOU
2015 Games by Position: LF (19)

Rickie Weeks 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 Mariners AL 95 44 86.38 189.82 -.-- 4.51 36.79
MLB Avg - - - - 89.28 211.67 0.42 9.00 33.43


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Rickie Weeks 2015 Projections

Rest of Season
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
37 84 7 14 21 1 0 2 9 9 0 25 0 0 .167 .263 .250 .513
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Rickie Weeks News

Rickie Weeks Fantasy News

June 15, 2015 at 8:14 PM ET

Mariners call up speedy Jones, option Farquhar

Outfielder James Jones, who played 108 games for the Mariners last year as a rookie, was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on Monday to fill the opening created by the weekend release of Rickie Weeks.

June 13, 2015 at 2:27 PM ET

Mariners recall Farquhar, designate Weeks

The Mariners recalled right-hander Danny Farquhar on Saturday to bolster their overworked bullpen and designated veteran utility man Rickie Weeks for assignment to make room on the 25-man roster.


Rickie Weeks Awards

NL All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Milwaukee NL

Home Run Derby Participant

Year Team League
2011 Milwaukee NL

Brewers Michael Harrison Award

Year Team League
2010 Milwaukee NL

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2004 Huntsville SOU

Rickie Weeks Leaderboards

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2010 29 11th in NL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2005 15 21st in NL
2006 19 21st in NL
2007 25 14th in NL
2008 19 21st in NL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2010 .830 25th in NL
2011 .818 24th in NL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2007 .374 24th in NL
2010 .366 17th in NL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2011 .468 25th in NL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
2008 89 25th in NL
2010 112 2nd in NL
2012 85 24th in NL


Season BB Rank
2007 78 15th in NL
2008 66 25th in NL
2010 76 12th in NL
2012 74 6th in NL


Season H Rank
2010 175 8th in NL


Season 3B Rank
2007 6 12th in NL
2008 7 6th in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
2010 160 5th in NL
2012 157 7th in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
2010 651 1st in NL
2012 588 17th in NL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
2010 754 1st in NL
2012 677 10th in NL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
2010 302 6th in NL


Season SO Rank
2010 184 3rd in NL
2012 169 3rd in NL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2005 11 13th in NL
2006 19 1st in NL
2007 14 4th in NL
2008 14 3rd in NL
2010 25 1st in NL
2011 8 16th in NL
2012 13 4th in NL
2013 9 14th in NL
2014 8 22nd in NL

Rickie Weeks Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 21, 2015 Seattle Mariners released LF Rickie Weeks.
June 13, 2015 Seattle Mariners designated LF Rickie Weeks for assignment.
February 13, 2015 Seattle Mariners signed free agent LF Rickie Weeks.
October 31, 2013 2B Rickie Weeks roster status changed by Milwaukee Brewers.
September 13, 2013 Milwaukee Brewers transferred 2B Rickie Weeks from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. Strained left hamstring.
August 8, 2013 Milwaukee Brewers placed 2B Rickie Weeks on the 15-day disabled list. Strained left hamstring.
September 8, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers activated 2B Rickie Weeks from the 15-day disabled list.
July 28, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers placed 2B Rickie Weeks on the 15-day disabled list. Sprained left ankle
November 6, 2009 Milwaukee Brewers activated 2B Rickie Weeks from the 60-day disabled list.
June 14, 2009 Milwaukee Brewers transferred 2B Rickie Weeks from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
May 19, 2009 Milwaukee Brewers placed 2B Rickie Weeks on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 17, 2009. Torn tendon in his left wrist.

Rickie Darnell Weeks Bio Info

Was married this past offseason.....wife's name is Tiphany...Attended Southern University, where he was a two-time All-American selection...Earned the Golden Spikes Award in 2003 as the best amateur player in the United States...Was a finalist for the 2003 Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in the United States...Won the 2003 Dick Howser Trophy from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association...Led the country in hitting in the 2002 (.495) and 2003 (.479) collegiate seasons...Set an NCAA Division I record with a .473 career batting average...Was named SWAC Player of the Year and Most Outstanding Hitter in 2002 and 2003...Supports the American Diabetes Association...Gave $25,000 to the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee in 2012 to help support the swim school...Joined Brewers Community Foundation to purchase two new scoreboards for the Beckum-Stapleton Little League at Carver Park in 2011...Donated $5,000 for scholarships in 2010 for Milwaukee-area children whose families face financial barriers to attending schools or colleges...Since 2008 has financially supported the "Rickie's Rookies" ticket program, which provides hundreds of tickets and t-shirts to youth groups throughout the state...His younger brother, Jemile, is a second baseman with the Baltimore Orioles...His grandfather, Victor, played in the Negro Leagues with the Newark Eagles...Enjoys music and fantasy football.

Appeared in 121 games for the Brewers, batting .274(69x252) with 8 HR, 29 RBI... Hit 26th career leadoff home run June 26 vs. Colorado... Recorded career hit No. 1,000 Sept. 6 vs. St. Louis (2B off Trevor Rosenthal)…12th player in Brewers history with 1,000 hits.

Batted .209 with 10 HR and 24 RBI in 104 games...Made 92 starts, all at second base...Batted first (16g), second (5g), third (3g), fourth (11g), fifth (19g), sixth (9g), seventh (27g) and eighth (2g) in the lineup...Produced a career-high 5 RBI on 4/30 vs. Pittsburgh, going 3-for-4 with 3R, a double and a home run to snap a 7-for-72 skid...Notched the seventh 2-homer game of his career on 6/25 vs. Chicago-NL.....had 3R and 4 RBI...From 6/7-6/28 recorded a career-high 12-game hitting streak (18-44, .409, 4hr, 7rbi)...Played in his 1,000th career game on 7/12 at Arizona, making him one of 11 players in franchise history with 1,000 or more games with the team...Was voted Brewers Player of the Month for June (.355, 5hr, 9rbi)...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 8/8 with a strained left hamstring.....suffered the injury on 8/7 at San Francisco while running to first base...Underwent season-ending surgery on 8/15 to remove the ruptured left lateral hamstring tendon.....surgery performed by Dr. James Andrews.....transferred to the 60-day DL on 9/13...Had 10 hits in his last 79 at-bats (.127) and was hitless in his final 14 at-bats of the season.

2012 Appeared in a team-leading 157 games, including 154 starts (152g at 2B, 2g at DH). Batted first (24g), second (56g), third (2g), fifth (15g), sixth (55g) and seventh (2g) in the lineup. Led the team with 74 walks, which ranked sixth in the National League. Batted .282 (71-for-252, 12hr, 30rbi) over his last 65 games, raising his batting average from .190 to his season-ending .230. Beginning 7/25 scored 47 runs over his last 65 games, ranking fourth in the National League. His 21 HR as a second baseman trailed only the Yankees' Robinson Cano (30) and the Diamondbacks' Aaron Hill (26) from that position. On 4/24 vs. Houston became the all-time franchise leader in hit by pitches (96) as he passed Geoff Jenkins ... now has 108 hit by pitches. Produced a career-high 5 hits and tied his career high with 4 runs in the 12-11 loss on 8/30 at Chicago-NL ... was the only 5-hit game by a Brewer in 2012. Also scored 4 runs in the 12-8 win on 9/2 vs. Pittsburgh ... now has three career 4-run games. Tied his career high with 4 RBI, including a pair of homers, in the 8-5 win on 9/5 at Miami. Was the Brewers' nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award. 2011 On 2/16 signed a 4-year contract through the 2014 season with a vesting option for 2015 ... Batted .269 with 20 HR and 49 RBI in 118 games.....made 117 starts (115g at 2B, 2g at DH) ... Was selected to his first All-Star Game as he started at second base and led off for the National League (0-for-3, 1r, 1sb).....also participated in the State Farm Home Run Derby (3hr) ... Was on the 15-day disabled list from 7/28-9/7 with a severe left ankle sprain.....suffered the injury on 7/27 vs. Chicago-NL while running to first base.....missed 39 games ... Prior to his DL stint was among the National League leaders in runs (2nd, 71), total bases (T5th, 199), extra-base hits (T6th, 46), hits (10th, 113) and doubles (T10th, 25) ... Hit .272 (113-for-416) with 19 HR and 43 RBI in 104 games prior to going on the disabled list and .243 (9-for-37) with 1 HR and 6 RBI in 14 games after being reinstated ... Batted leadoff 93 times and fifth 24 times.....batted fifth in each of his last 24 starts of the season and hit .250 (19-for-76) with 3 HR and 10 RBI.....were his first career starts batting in that position in the order ... Belted 4 leadoff home runs.....now has 25 leadoff homers for his career ... On 3/31 at Cincinnati became the first player in franchise history to lead off a season with a home run (off Edinson Volquez) ... From 4/6-4/17 tied his career high (4x) with a 10-game hitting streak (12-41, .293, 1hr, 2rbi) ... Recorded career home run #100 with a 2-run shot off Anibal Sanchez on 6/5 at Florida ... Hit his second career inside-the-park homer on 7/8 vs. Cincinnati, a solo shot off Mike Leake ... Notched his 100th career stolen base on 7/23 at San Francisco ... Smacked the longest home run ever hit by a right-handed batter at Miller Park with a 470-footsolo shot off Ross Ohlendorf on 9/27 vs. Pittsburgh ... Batted .146 (6-for-41) with 2 HR and 4 RBI in 11 games during the postseason. 2010 Had his best Major League season as he batted .269 with 29 HR, 83 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 160 games, all starts (159g at 2B, 1g at DH)...Established career highs in games (160), at-bats (651), runs (112), hits (175), doubles (32), home runs (29), RBI (83) and hit by pitches (25)...Set a franchise record with 754 plate appearances, breaking the previous mark of 752 held by Paul Molitor in 1991...Led the National League in hit by pitches (25), at-bats (651) and plate appearances (754) and ranked among the leaders in runs (2nd, 112), total bases (T6th, 302), hits (8th, 175) and multi-hit games (T8th, 50)...His 25 HBP tied the franchise record (Fernando Vina, 1998)...Combined with Prince Fielder (21) to become just the sixth teammates in Major League history to be hit by pitches at least 20 times in a season, a feat which had not been accomplished since the 1911 Washington Senators saw Kid Elberfeld (25) and Doc Gessler (20) do it...Had the most home runs (29), RBI (83) and runs (112) ever by a Brewers second baseman...Batted leadoff 155 times, second twice and third 3 times...Led the Major Leagues in home runs (28), RBI (81) and runs (110) from the leadoff spot...Became the fourth player in franchise history to score 100 runs from the leadoff spot, joining Paul Molitor (4x), Fernando Vina and Tommy Harper...Smacked 8 leadoff homers, breaking the franchise record for a season previously shared by Paul Molitor, Tommy Harper and Brady Clark (6)...Had 2-homer games on 5/30 vs. New York-NL and 7/18 at Atlanta...Hit a leadoff inside-the-park homer off Brett Myers on 8/7 vs. Houston.....joined Mike Felder (9/26/89 vs. Baltimore) as the only Brewers to accomplish that feat...Began the season with a 10-game hitting streak (12-37, 324, 2hr, 7rbi).....became just the fifth player in franchise history to start the season with a double-digit hitting streak, joining Dickie Thon (13g in 1993), Steve Hovley (10g in 1970), Dale Sveum (10g in 1987) and Ron Belliard (10g in 2000).....the hitting streak tied his career high (now done 3 times)...Recorded career hit #500 with a double off Scott Feldman on 6/12 vs. Texas...Tied his career high with 4 hits on 6/27 vs. Seattle and 8/15 at Colorado (now done 5 times)...Was named Brewers Player of the Month for July (.292, 9hr, 20rbi)...Was ejected for the first time in his career on 7/4 at St. Louis (balls & strikes, John Hirschbeck)...Was the Brewers nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award. 2009 Batted .272 with 9 HR and 24 RBI in 37 games...Made 36 starts, all at second base...Made his last appearance of 2009 on 5/17 at St. Louis, leaving the game in the first inning with a sore left wrist...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 5/19...Underwent season-ending surgery on 5/20 in Phoenix to repair the extensor carpi ulnaris tendon sheath in the left wrist (Dr. Don Sheridan)...Was transferred to the 60-day disabled list on 6/13...At the time of his original placement on the DL was among the National League leaders in runs (T7th, 28) and home runs (T9th, 9)...Was tied with Prince Fielder for the team lead in homers at the time of his injury Belted leadoff home runs on 5/10 Chicago-NL off Sean Marshall and 5/13 vs. Florida off Ricky Nolasco and now has 13 leadoff homers for his career...Had a career-high 4 RBI on 4/27 vs. Pittsburgh...Smacked a 3-run homer off Matt Capps in the ninth inning on 5/4 at Pittsburgh to snap a 4-4 tie and give the Brewers a 7-4 win...Signed a one-year contract on 1/19/10, avoiding arbitration. 2008 Batted .234 with 14 HR, 46 RBI and 19 stolen bases in 129 games...made 118 starts, all at second base...Batted leadoff 113 times and seventh 5 times...batted in the leadoff spot in each of his first 113 starts...Ranked among the National League leaders as a second baseman in walks (2nd, 66), runs scored (3rd, 88), stolen bases (3rd, 19) and home runs (4th, 13)...From 9/18/07 to 4/4/08 had a streak in which he scored at least 1 run in 17 straight games (24 runs total)...he tied the modern National League record held by the Cardinals' Rogers Hornsby (7/3-7/20, 1921) and the Reds' Ted Kluszewski (8/27-9/13, 1954)...broke the franchise record for consecutive games with a run held by Paul Molitor (16 G, 9/9-9/25, 1987)...Belted 5 leadoff home runs, falling one shy of the team record held by Tommy Harper (1970), Paul Molitor (1991) and Brady Clark (2005)...Produced a walkoff RBI-single to give the Brewers a 3-2, 10-inning win on 4/8 vs. Cincinnati and a walkoff 2-run single in the ninth inning to give the Brewers a 4-3 win on 5/9 vs. St. Louis...On 7/2 at Arizona recorded the first pinch-hit homer of his career (solo off Tony Pena)...Tied his career high with 4 hits on 8/6 at Cincinnati and 9/2 vs. New York-NL...Was taken off the NLDS roster prior to Game 4 due to a sprained left knee...suffered the injury running to first base in Game 3...On 10/6 underwent a debridement of the meniscus in the left knee...surgery performed by Dr. William Raasch. 2007 Batted .235 with 16 HR, 36 RBI and 25 stolen bases in 118 games.....made 111 starts, all at second base...Led the team in stolen bases...Batted leadoff 88 times and eighth 23 times.....batted leadoff in his first 43 starts and his last 41 starts...Belted 3 leadoff home runs: 8/30 at Chicago-NL (off Ted Lilly), 9/9 at Cincinnati (off Phil Dumatrait) and 9/25 vs. St. Louis (off Braden Looper).....now has 6 career leadoff homers...Recorded a career-high 4 hits on 5/21 at Los Angeles, going 4-for-5 with a run, double and 3 RBI...Was on the 15-day disabled list from 5/31-6/17 with right wrist tendinitis.....batted .156 with 3 RBI in 31 games after being reinstated and was optioned to Triple-A Nashville on 7/31...Hit .455 (10-for-22) with 3 RBI in 6 games at Nashville...Recalled on 8/10 and batted .273 with 11 HR and 17 RBI in 43 games the rest of the season...On 8/10 at Houston recorded a career-high 4 walks and scored the game-winning run in the 11th inning of the Brewers' 5-4 win...From 8/18-8/30 posted a 10-game hitting streak, tying his career high (16-36, .444, 2hr, 3rbi)...Produced 2-homer games on 9/9 at Cincinnati and 9/27 vs. San Diego.....now has 3 career 2-homer games...Ended the season scoring at least 1 run in 13 straight games (17r) to tie Tommy Harper (1970) for the third longest streak in franchise history 2006 Batted .279 with 8 HR, 34 RBI and 19 stolen bases in 95 games.....made 91 starts (90g at 2B, 1g at DH)...Batted leadoff 75 times, sixth 15 times and seventh once.....made his last 75 starts batting leadoff...Belted a pair of leadoff home runs: 4/29 at Chicago-NL (off Glendon Rusch) and 6/11 vs. St. Louis (off Jeff Suppan).....now has 3 career leadoff homers...Batted .305 (51-for-167) vs. NL Central opponents...Was named Brewers Player of the Month for May as he batted .347 with 23 runs scored and 7 steals in 26 games...Made 20 errors in his first 52 games and just 2 errors in his last 43 games...Had a career-high 10-game hitting streak from 4/10- 4/22, batting .314 (11-for-35) with 4 RBI...Made his first career appearance as a designated hitter on 6/25 at Kansas City (1-for-3, double, walk)...Placed on the 15-day disabled list on 7/29, retroactive to 7/25, with a right wrist tendon injury...At the time of his injury ranked seventh in the National League in runs (73)...Led the National League with 19 hit by pitch despite missing the last 62 games of the season...Underwent season-ending surgery on 8/15 in Phoenix (Dr. Don Sheridan)...Was transferred to the 60-day disabled list on 9/1 and reinstated on 10/31. 2005 Finished seventh in the National League Rookie of the Year voting after just three-plus months with the Brewers...Began the season at Triple A Nashville and hit .320 (65-203) with 12 home runs and 48 RBI with the Sounds...Recalled from Nashville on June 11 and joined the team in Philadelphia...played in the Brewers' 61st game of the season and started all but eight games through the season's end...Finished third among National League rookies in home runs with 13 and finished in a three-way tie for eighth among NL rookies with 42 RBI...His 20 multi-hit games were 10th best among NL rookies...(56, fourth), hits (86, tenth), total bases (142, seventh), stolen bases (15, second), walks (40, tied for fourth), on base percentage (.333, tenth) and extra base hits (28, ninth)...Went 2-4 with one RBI in his first game of the season, June 11 at Philadelphia game at Miller Park on June 25 against Minnesota (off Johan Santana) in a game that also featured Prince Fielder's first career home run...also recorded his first Major League triple in the game...Recorded hits in 12 of his first 15 games...Plated three runs at Miller Park on July 1 against the Pirates...Recorded seven RBI in that three-game set with the Bucs...Hit in six consecutive games, July 7-16 ...hit .292 in those games (7-24)...Recorded his first career three-hit game on July 20 at St. Louis (two of the three hits were doubles)...Notched his first ever multi-homer game on August 12 at Miller Park vs. Cincinnati...Went 3-3 against the Marlins on August 23 at Miller Park...Recorded hits in seven of his last 11 games of the season...Hit six home runs and plated 14 runs in July...Had successful surgery on his left thumb on October 11 that repaired a torn ulnar collateral ligament, an injury that he played with late in the season...the surgery was performed by Dr. Don Sheridan in Phoenix. 2004 Posted career-highs in nearly every statistical category shattering his previous records in games played (133), at-bats (479), runs (67), hits (124), doubles (35), triples (6), home runs (8), RBI (42), walks (55), and stolen bases (11) ... tied for the Southern League lead in doubles at Double A Huntsville ... led the Stars in triples and was second on the team in walks ... started off the year strong with a career-high four hits (4-4) blasting two doubles and knocking in three RBI April 9 vs. Montgomery ... equaled his career-best four hits April 19 at West Tennessee ... concluded April batting .311 (19-61) with five doubles in 17 games played ... had two six-game hit streaks in the month of June, 10 - 15 and 19 - 26, where he batted .318 (7-22) and .321 (9-28) respectively ... strung together a career-high nine-game hit-streak July 4 - 17 where he batted .400 (14-35) with eight RBI, four doubles, and seven runs scored ... knocked in a career-best four RBI July 6 at Montgomery going 2-5 with two doubles ... finished July with a .301 batting average compiling 28 hits, 10 doubles, and 12 RBI for his best overall month of the season ... scored at least one run in five consecutive games August 7 - 12 ... ended the season on a high note with a seven-game hit-streak August 31 -September 6 batting .360 (9-25) with five doubles ... played for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League ... batted .382 and was named to the league's All-Prospect Team. 2003 Made his Major League debut concluding a whirlwind year that began as a junior at Southern University ... after signing with the Brewers, spent the majority of his first professional season at Class A Beloit after making debut at Rookie Arizona ... signed by Ray Montgomery ... made his professional debut with the Brewers Arizona League team on August 10 going 2-4 with four runs batted in against the Rangers ... after one game, was promoted to Beloit where he hit .349 with a home run and 16 runs batted in over the course of 20 games ... collected a pair of four-game hitting streaks August 15 - 18 and August 29 - September 1 ... collected first three-hit game and hit his first professional home run on August 23 at Cedar Rapids going 3-5 with five runs batted in ... batted .185 (5-27) with four runs scored and three batted in over the course of eight playoff games for Beloit ... was recalled to Milwaukee on September 12 ... made his Major League debut on September 15 at St. Louis ...recorded his first Major League hit, a single off Arizona's John Patterson on September 20 at Miller Park ... had first big league extra base hit on September 28 with a double at Houston ... participated in the Arizona Fall League where he hit .319 for the Peoria Saguaros ... was rated as the fourth best prospect in the Arizona Fall League by Baseball America magazine at the conclusion of the season.