Jason Bartlett

Jason Bartlett #8

  • SS
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 0"/190

Jason Bartlett MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.270 31 286 123 .702

Jason Bartlett Bio

  • Full Name: Jason Alan Bartlett
  • Born: 10/30/1979 in Mountain View, CA
  • Draft: 2001, San Diego Padres, 13th rd. (390th overall)
  • College: Oklahoma
  • Debut: August 3, 2004
  • Ret., Final Game: 4/6/2014
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 3141 435 849 31 286 123 .270 .336 .702

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Jason Bartlett Advanced Stats

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Awards

Jason Bartlett Awards

AL All-Star

Year Team League
2009 Tampa Bay AL

EAS Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2003 New Britain EAS

Jason Bartlett Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2009 .320 7th in AL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2007 23 15th in AL
2008 20 15th in AL
2009 30 8th in AL
2011 23 16th in NL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2009 .879 16th in AL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2009 .389 12th in AL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2009 .490 25th in AL

Triples

Season 3B Rank
2007 7 9th in AL
2009 7 10th in AL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2006 5 20th in AL
2008 6 16th in AL
2009 7 13th in AL
2010 6 22nd in AL
2011 10 4th in NL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2006 11 11th in AL
2008 9 13th in AL

Jason Bartlett Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
April 21, 2014 Minnesota Twins released SS Jason Bartlett.
April 17, 2014 Minnesota Twins sent SS Jason Bartlett on a rehab assignment to Fort Myers Miracle.
April 7, 2014 Minnesota Twins placed SS Jason Bartlett on the 15-day disabled list. Left ankle sprain
March 29, 2014 Minnesota Twins selected the contract of SS Jason Bartlett from Rochester Red Wings.
November 11, 2013 Minnesota Twins signed free agent SS Jason Bartlett to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 11, 2013 SS Jason Bartlett assigned to Rochester Red Wings.
August 20, 2012 San Diego Padres released SS Jason Bartlett.
June 7, 2012 San Diego Padres transferred SS Jason Bartlett from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
May 17, 2012 San Diego Padres placed SS Jason Bartlett on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 15, 2012. Strained right knee
July 20, 2011 San Diego Padres activated SS Jason Bartlett from the paternity list.
December 17, 2010 Tampa Bay Rays traded Player To Be Named Later and SS Jason Bartlett to San Diego Padres for RHP Adam Russell, RHP Brandon Gomes, LHP Cesar Ramos and SS Cole Figueroa.
June 16, 2010 Jason Bartlett roster status changed by Tampa Bay Rays.
June 14, 2010 sent SS Jason Bartlett on a rehab assignment to Durham Bulls.
June 3, 2010 Tampa Bay Rays placed SS Jason Bartlett on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 30, 2010. Right hamstring strain.
June 15, 2009 Tampa Bay Rays activated SS Jason Bartlett from the 15-day disabled list.
June 12, 2009 Tampa Bay Rays sent SS Jason Bartlett on a rehab assignment to Charlotte Stone Crabs.
May 26, 2009 Tampa Bay Rays placed SS Jason Bartlett on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 25, 2009. Sprained left ankle.

Jason Alan Bartlett Bio Info

Jason Alan Bartlett...wife, Kelly (Chevez)...sons Jayden and Jagger...wife, Kelly, is a former All-Atlantic 10 lacrosse player at St. Bonaventure University...1997 graduate of St. Mary's (CA) High School...attended the University of Oklahoma...father-in-law, Tony Chevez, pitched in four games for the Orioles in 1977.

2013

Did not play baseball professionally.

2012

Started season with San Diego, hitting .133 (11-for-83) with five doubles, four RBI and 27 strikeouts...placed on 15-day disabled list May 15 with right knee strain; had knee surgery in June and was transferred to 60-day disabled list June 7...released August 23.

2011 Played in 139 games to the lead the Padres...second-most games played in his career and one shy of his career-high 140 for MIN in 2007...Finished tied for the team lead with 136 hits (also Maybin), the second most of his career...Started 136 games, all at shortstop...spent the majority of the season batting second in the lineup (123 starts)...Ranked second on the team with 34 multi-hit games...Tied a club record by collecting an RBI in nine straight games from 5/8-17 (also Sixto Lezcano in 1982 and Steve Finley in 1996)...Committed a team-high 18 errors, his most since committing 20 for TB in 2009. 2010 Started 124 games for the Rays, all at shortstop... made his third straight Opening Day start with the Rays, tying Julio Lugo (2004-06) and Kevin Stocker (1998-2000) for most Opening Day starts at shortstop in club history...Compiled a .977 fielding percentage, third highest among AL shortstops and sixth in the Majors, topped by only Derek Jeter, Cesar Izturis, Troy Tulowitzki, Stephen Drew and Orlando Cabrera...marked a career best since becoming a full-time player and third highest in Rays history...committed only 11 errors in 472 total chances...Was responsible for two of the team's five walk-off wins, both coming against Cleveland in extra innings (5/17 and 7/11)...delivered the first walk-off bunt in Rays history when he successfully executed a safety squeeze on 5/17...Hit four home runs...first was a solo shot (5/19 at NYY), his 21st consecutive solo home run...second longest such streak in Major League history behind Curtis Granderson (23 from 2007-08)...next long ball was a three-run homer...Connected for his first career grand slam 8/5 vs. MIN as a pinch-hitter...Missed 14 games on the DL (5/30.6/15) with a right hamstring strain...played in one game with Class-A Charlotte on a rehab assignment...Made the final out of Edwin Jackson's no-hitter 6/25 vs. ARI...it was the second time in less than a year that he made the final out of a no-hitter (also 7/23/09 at CWS for Mark Buehrle's perfect game). 2009 Established a club record with a .320 batting average...previous mark was .315 set by Carl Crawford in 2007...average was no lower than .317 all season...tied with NYY Robinson Cano for 6th in the AL...only one other Ray has ever finished in the AL's top 10: Aubrey Huff was 9th in 2003 at .311. ...His .320 avg. and .393 on-base pct. were 3rd among major league shortstops behind FLA Hanley Ramirez (.342, .409) and NYY Derek Jeter (.334, .404)...also 3rd in slugging (.490) behind COL Troy Tulowitzki (.552) and Ramirez (.545)...led all AL shortstops with an .879 OPS (OBP plus SLG). ...His .386 avg. with runners in scoring position led the AL and broke the club record (.349 by Delmon Young in 2007)...since 1974, only 2 shortstops have led the AL in average with RISP: TEX Michael Young in 2006 (.412) and DET Alan Trammell in 1990 (.379)...hit .364 with 2 outs and RISP, 6th in the AL. ...Is the Rays career leader in batting average at .304 (min. 1,000 PA)...no one else in club history owns a career avg. over .300. ...Had a club-record 19-game hitting streak, May 15-June 25 sandwiched around a stint on the disabled list, May 26-June 15, due to a left ankle sprain...batted .384 (28-73) with 2 HR, 3 3B, 6 2B and 21 RBI in that span...was hitting .371, 3rd best in the AL, when the hitting streak ended. ...His career-high 14 home runs were 3rd among AL shortstops...had 11 home runs in 449 games prior to 2009, including one in 2008... all 14 of his home runs were solo...his last 20 home runs have been solo since hitting a 3-run homer off Tim Wakefield on Sep 16, 2006 at BOS while with the Twins. Batted .338 (51-151) vs. lefthanders, ... 7th in the AL...led the AL in 2008 (.379)...has batted .377 (101-283) against lefties as a Ray and his career average vs. southpaws is .331, 8th among active players (min. 500 AB). ...His .398 OBP out of the leadoff spot set a club record for Rays leadoff hitters and 2nd best among leadoff hitters in the majors behind NYY Derek Jeter (.409)...his .389 OBP overall ranked 12th in the AL. ...Stole a career-high 30 bases, 3rd among major league shortstops and 8th in the AL...was successful on 30 of 37 attempts, but 0-for-3 against DET Gerald Laird. ...Hit .356 (58-163) with 2 outs, 2nd in the AL behind AL batting champ MIN Joe Mauer (.360). ...Batted .361 (13-36) in the 9th inning...is a .320 (62-194) career hitter in the 9th inning or later. ...His .333 (89-267) batting average on the road was 4th in the AL and 3rd best in club history. ...Batted .356 in August and owns a .349 (42- 149) career avg. for August, 2nd among active players behind Todd Helton (.367)...his .388 average in June was the Rays best ever for that month and matched the 3rd-best month in club history. ...Had 18 three-hit games, one shy of the club record (19 by Julio Lugo in 2005). ...Reached base via hit or walk in all but 15 games...Rays were 3-12 in those games. ...Made 133 starts at SS and 3 as a DH...made only 7 errors in his first 73 games, but 13 in his his last 60. ...Batted .346 (53-153) against the 2009 postseason teams. ...Went 3-for-17 at the new Yankee Stadium, but all 3 hits were home runs. ...Was 3-for-3 with 3 runs and a career-high 5 RBI in the Rays 13-4 win on May 18 vs. OAK. ...His 2-out RBI double in the 12th on July 25 at TOR gave the Rays the 10-9 win after trailing 9-1, the biggest comeback in club history. ...Owns a .328 batting avg. since Aug 2, 2008, 4th in the AL in that span behind Mauer (.359), Ichiro (.344) and Jeter (.336). ...ALL-STAR GAME: Selected by the players for his first All-Star Game...finished 2nd in fan voting at SS behind Derek Jeter...replaced Jeter at SS in the bottom of the 6th and went 0-for-1 at the plate. 2008 Named Rays Most Valuable Player by the Tampa Bay Chapter of the BBWAA in his first season with the club...was the first shortstop to win the award in the club's 11-year history... led the club with a .286 avg. (min. 450 AB). Rays went 7-9 when he was on the DL and were 19-18 when he did not start...with him in the lineup, they went 78-47...he missed 16 games (July 4-23) with a right knee sprain, suffered July 2 vs. Boston while stealing 3B...was sidelined another 9 games (Aug 4-13) after he was hit on the right index finger on a foul bunt attempt against DET Fernando Rodney. Hit lefthanders at a .379 clip (50-132), tops in the AL...is a career .328 (144-439) hitter off left-handed pitching. Was 20-for-26 (76.9 percent) in SB attempts including 9-for-11 in steals of 3rd...owns a career SB success rate of 80.8 percent (59-for- 73)...his 9 steals of 3rd finished tied for 2nd in the AL (Ichiro-12)...stole a career-high 3 bases May 29 vs. CWS, most by a Ray in 2008...included in that game were 2 steals of 3B, becoming just the 2nd Ray ever to do so - Julio Lugo did it Sep 11, 2005 vs. TOR. Finished August with a .389 (28-72) avg., 4th best in the AL...it was the best August avg. in club history (min. 50 AB) and the 2nd-best month in club history behind McGriff's .422 in July 1999...this raised his season avg. from .252 to .278...his .348 career avg. in August ranks 2nd among active players (min. 250 AB). Led all AL shortstops in stolen bases and trailed only Derek Jeter (.300) in batting. Collected 18 of his 29 extra-base hits in August and September...from Aug 2 through season's end hit .353 (54-153) in 35 games to raise his avg. by 34 points (.252 to .286). On Aug 31 vs. BAL went 4-for-4 with his first home run (off Jamie Walker) since Aug 27, 2007 at CLE (Paul Byrd), ending a span of 471 AB without a homer...came in his 370th AB of the season...matched season high with 4 hits (also May 17 at STL) and tied a career high reaching base 5 times (also HBP). Batted everywhere in the lineup except 3rd and cleanup: 9th (97 starts), 2nd (10), 8th (7), 7th (5), 1st (3), 6th (2) and 5th (1). Hit .294 (64-211) at Tropicana Field and owns a career .301 avg. (68-226) at the Trop. Made his second career Opening Day start. Missed 2 games (June 25-26) as his wife, Kelly, gave birth to the couple's first child, Jayden Anthony. 2007 Set career-highs in virtually every offensive category...had nine-game hit-streak, going 11-for-32 (.344), April 28-May 8...hit first home run of the season, June 6 at Los Angeles (AL)...had career-high 11-game hit-streak, going 15-for-43 (.349), June 18-30...tied career-high three rbi, June 23 at Florida...hit .298 (25-for-84) with 10 stolen bases in June...went 3-for-6 and scored season-high four runs, July 6 at Chicago (AL)...hit safely in 20 of 23 games, going 34-for-94 (.362), July 28-August 28...season-high four hits (4-for-4), August 25 at Baltimore...had a career-high seven at-bats (3-for-7), September 7 at Chicago...batted .319 (44-for-138) vs. lefthanders....led the team with 23 steals (26 attempts) and became just the seventh different Twins player since the start of the 2000 season with 23-or-more steals in a season. 2006 Began season at Rochester...was 10-for-23 (.435) in five games, April 14-18...hit safely in seven of eight games, going 15-for-35 (.429), May 7-17...had nine-game hit-streak, going 14-for-39 (.359), May 27-June 6...recalled June 14...career-high 10-game hit-streak, going 14-for- 34 (.412), June 14-24...committed 22 errors on the season, including just one in his first 23 games from June 14-July 9...was 10-for-18 (.556) with three doubles, a homer and three rbi, July 22-26...had nine-game hit-streak, going 19-for-35 (.543), July 29-August 6...first career five-hit game, August 6 at Kansas City...hit safely in six consecutive games, going 9-for-18 (.500), August 10-16...hit his second homer of the season, a three-run homer, September 19 at Boston...drove in the game-winning run in the Twins 2-1 win over the Royals with the bases loaded in the 10th inning, September 28...was hit-by-a-pitch a career-high 11 times...appeared in 99 consecutive games after being recalled. 2005 Had 6-game hit-streak, going 9-25 (.360), April 4-13 . . . hit first major league homer off Mike Maroth, April 12 vs. Detroit . . . was 6-20 (.300) in 4 games, April 21-28 . . . season-high 3 rbi, April 27 at Kansas City . . . optioned May 19 . . . had 7-game hit-streak, going 14-29 (.483), June 4-11 . . . hit safely in 8 consecutive games, going 16-32 (.500), July 3-10 . . . had 8-game hit-streak, going 15-33 (.455), July 18-25 . . . recalled August 1 . . . had 6-game hit-streak, going 11-22 (.500), August 27-September 2 . . . first career 4-hit game, August 27 at Texas . . . tied career-high 6-game hit-streak, going 11-22 (.500), August 27-September 2 . . . hit safely in 4 consecutive games, going 4-12 (.333), September 28-October 1 . . . was 10th among American League rookies in walks, stolen bases and on-base percentage. 2004 Began season at Rochester . . . had 11-game hit-streak, going 19-48 (.396), April 12-24 . . . was 8-26 (.308) in 6 games, May 3-8 . . . disabled with broken right wrist, May 10-July 15 . . . hit safely in 7 of 8 games, going 10-30 (.333), July 16-23 . . . recalled July 27 . . . made major league debut, August 3 vs. Anaheim . . . optioned August 6 . . . hit safely in 9 consecutive games, going 14-36 (.389), August 13-21 . . . was 13-23 (.565) in 6 games, August 30- September 6 . . . recalled September 7 . . . singled off Jon Garland for first major league hit and rbi, September 21 at Chicago . . . ranked 10th Best Prospect in International League by Baseball America . . . played for Grand Canyon in the Arizona Fall League. 2003 Hit safely in 15 of 16 games, going 26-62 (.419), April 16-May 2 . . . season-high 13-game hit-streak, going 17- 52 (.327), May 4-17 . . . was 10-21 (.476) in 5 games, May 18-25 . . . Twins' Minor League Player of the Week, June 14- 20 . . . had 5-game hit-streak, going 11-19 (.579), June 16-19 . . . reached base safely in 20 consecutive games, June 28- July 21 . . . was 10-27 (.370) in 6 games, July 2-7 . . . played in Eastern League All-Star Game, July 16 at New Britain . . . Eastern League Player of the Week, July 16-22 . . . hit safely in 6 of 7 games, going 12-30 (.400), July 23-28 . . . hit safely in 7 consecutive games, going 11-27 (.407), August 1-7 . . . tied season-high 3 rbi, August 3 at Bowie . . . hit safely in 9 of 10 games, August 16-23 . . . tied season-high 4 hits, August 26 vs. Binghamton . . . was 10-19 (.526) in 5 games, August 26-31 . . . named to Eastern League Post-Season All-Star team . . . named Class AA All-Star and second team Minor League All-Star by Baseball America . . . ranked ninth best prospect in Eastern League by Baseball America . . . tied for second in league in runs, was third in stolen bases and fourth in hits . . . led Twins' minor leagues in runs, walks and stolen bases, was second in triples, third in hits and fourth in total bases . . . tied for eighth among all minor leaguers in runs and was 15th in hits. 2002 Began season at Lake Elsinore . . . was 10-28 (.357), April 7-13 . . . disabled with ligament strain in left hand, April 17-28 . . . season-high 9-game hit-streak, going 12-37 (.324), May 2-11 . . . hit safely in 9 of 10 games, May 23-June 1 . . . hit safely in 10 of 11 games, going 16-47 (.340), June 13-28 . . . season-high 5 hits and 5 rbi, June 23 vs. High Desert . . . acquired from San Diego in exchange for outfielder Brian Buchanan, July 12 . . . . was 9-23 (.391) in 6 games, July 15-20 . . . hit safely in 8 of 9 games, July 24-August 3 . . . led organization in steals and was ninth in runs. 2001 Was 10-24 (.417) in 6 games, June 19-25 . . . hit safely in 13 of 14 games, going 21-55 (.382), June 28-July 14 . . . season-high 9-game hit-streak, going 16-40 (.400), July 24-August 2 . . . hit safely in 9 of 11 games, August 13-24 . . . was fourth in league in runs, tied for fifth in hits and 10th in batting . . . named to league All-Star team . . . rated ninth best prospect in Northwest League by Baseball America.