Brian Buscher #32

  • 3B
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 0"/220

Brian Buscher MLB Career Stats

.266 8 69 1 .699

Brian Buscher Bio

  • Full Name: Brian Phillip Buscher
  • Born: 4/18/1981 in Jacksonville, FL
  • Draft: 2003, San Francisco Giants, 3rd rd. (93rd overall)
  • College: South Carolina
  • Debut: July 27, 2007
  • Ret., Final Game: 10/4/2009
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MLB Career Stats 436 51 116 8 69 1 .266 .343 .699


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EAS Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2006 Connecticut EAS

Brian Buscher Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 13, 2010 3B Brian Buscher assigned to Mahoning Valley Scrappers from Columbus Clippers.
April 8, 2010 Brian Buscher assigned to Columbus Clippers from Cleveland Indians.
December 2, 2009 Cleveland Indians signed free agent 3B Brian Buscher to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 9, 2009 3B Brian Buscher elected free agency.
November 3, 2009 Minnesota Twins sent 3B Brian Buscher outright to Rochester Red Wings.
October 10, 2009 Brian Buscher roster status changed by Minnesota Twins.
October 7, 2009 Minnesota Twins reassigned 1B Brian Buscher to the minor leagues.
September 1, 2009 Minnesota Twins recalled 1B Brian Buscher from Rochester Red Wings.
August 1, 2009 Minnesota Twins optioned Brian Buscher to Rochester Red Wings.

Brian Phillip Buscher Bio Info

Full name Brian Phillip Buscher...Wife, Sarah...1999 graduate of Terry Parker (Fla.) High School...2001 graduate of Central Florida Community College...Attended the University of South Carolina...Resides: Columbia, SC...San Francisco's 3rd round pick in June, 2003 First-Year Player Draft...Signed by scout Lee Eldrige. 2009 Split the 2009 season between AAA Rochester and the Minnesota Twins...With the Twins he hit .235 (32-136) with 3 2B, 1 3B, 2HR and 12 RBI in 61 games...He also hit .306 (11-36) in 14 second half games for the AL Central champs...He appeared in 25 games at third base and 13 games at first base for the Twins...Made the Twins Opening Day roster for the first time in his career...Hit in five straight games, collecting five RBI and scoring four runs, May 8-17...Optioned to Triple-A Rochester, August 1...Recalled to Minnesota, September 1...Went 3-for-4, September 9 at Toronto (off Roy Halladay)...Was 5 for 17 (.294) in 7 September games and hit .270 (17-63) with runners on and .313 (10-32) with RISP for the Twins on the year. 2008 Began season at Triple-A Rochester...hit .345 with four home runs and 11 rbi before being recalled April 20...appeared in three games, going 2-for-4 with an rbi before being optioned to Rochester, May 1...had a nine-game hitting streak from May 9-17, going 15-for-36 (.417)...hit .354 (17-for-48) in his final 14 games at Rochester before being recalled for second time of season, June 13...was 7-for-16 (.438) with seven rbi, June 14-19...hit safely in six consecutive games, going 9-for-22 (.409), June 21-27...had a career-high seven-game hit-streak, going 10-for-25 (.400), July five rbi, going 3-for-5 with a home run, July 26 at Cleveland...hit safely in four straight games going 6-for-14 (.429), August 5-11...second career five rbi game, going 3-for-4 with two runs scored and a home run, August 19 at Oakland...recorded his fourth three-hit game of the season, September 9 vs. Kansas City...started a career-high 60 games at third base. 2007 Began season at Double-A New Britain...had nine-game hit-streak, going 17-for-37 (.459), April 21-May 1...was 14-for-35 (.400) in eight games, May 24-June 1...hit safely in 11 of 15 games, going 23-for-59 (.390), June 6-20...promoted to Triple-A Rochester, June 21...had six-game hit-streak, going 12-for-21 (.571), July 6-14...had two-homer game, July 12 vs. Indianapolis...was 12-for-37 (.324) with runners in scoring position...contract selected, made Major League debut and singled off Paul Byrd for first career hit, July 27...recorded first career rbi, July 28 at Cleveland...disabled (retroactive to August 7) with infection in right leg, August 8-23...hit first Major League home run and career-high three hits, August 28 at Cleveland...season-high five-game hit-streak, going 7-for-17 (.412), September 5-12. 2006 Spent entire season at Double-A Connecticut...was 7-for-20 (.350) in five games, April 19-24...season-high 10-game hit-streak, going 12-for-37 (.324), May 6-18...had season-high four hits, May 22 vs. New Hampshire...hit safely in seven of eight games, going 11-for-25 (.440), July 5-10...had seven-game hit-streak, going 11-for-25 (.440), July 14-19...season-high five rbi, July 14 at Portland...hit safely in six consecutive games, going 8-for-24 (.333), August 23-29. 2005 Began season at Double-A Norwich (Giants)...had five-game hit-streak, going 9-for-19 (.474), April 16-20...hit safely in five of six games, going 8-for-19 (.421), May 22-29...promoted to San Jose, July 5...had seven-game hit-streak, going 11-for-27 (.407), July 14-20...season-high 10-game hit-streak, going 16-for-40 (.400), August 6-15. 2004 Spent the entire year with Single-A San Jose (Giants)...appeared in 88 games, 71 as designated hitter and 17 at third base...hit his first professional home run and went 4-for-5 with four rbi, July 21...hit safely in 13 of 14 games from July 17-August 2...during the span he hit .472 (25-for-53) with eight multi-hit games...had four hitting streaks of six-or-more games, including a season long 10-game streak from July 21-August 2...hit .343 (35-for-102) in July (26 games)...posted a .314 (49-for-156) at home. 2003 Opened professional career at single-A Hagerstown and immediately became club's everyday 3rd baseman...hit .275 (55-for-200) with 19 runs, 7 2Bs, 3B and 26 RBI in 54 contests...also played solid defense at hot corner, making only 5 errors for .964 fielding mark.