John Hattig #23

  • 3B
  • B/T: S/R
  • 6' 2"/215

John Hattig MLB Career Stats

.333 0 3 0 .823

John Hattig Bio

  • Full Name: John Duane Hattig
  • Born: 2/27/1980 in Tamuning, Guam
  • Draft: 1998, Boston Red Sox, 25th rd. (745th overall)
  • High School: Southern, Santa Rita, Guam
  • Debut: August 19, 2006
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MLB Career Stats 24 2 8 0 3 0 .333 .448 .823


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2005 Syracuse INT

John Duane Hattig Bio Info

John Duane Hattig... Lives in Dededo, Guam but was born in Tamuning, Guam on February 27, 1980... Graduated from Southern High School in Santa Rita, Guam... Named to All-Island team in 1994 and 1996... Elected team MVP in 1996... Played in GML in 1998 and was selected as the MVP and Rookie of the Year... Likes basketball, weight lifting and auto repair. 2006 Became the first Major League player from Guam when he was promoted from Triple-A on Aug. 17. ... Recorded his first Major League hit on Sept. 1. ... On Sept. 13, went 2-for-3 with his first three career RBIs. ... Finished with a .333 average in 13 games for Toronto. ... Hit .276 with four homers and 36 RBIs in 103 games at Triple-A. 2005 Was a 2005 XM Satellite Radio All-Star Futures game selection (World Team) but was unable to participate due to injury (pulled left hamstring)... DL STINT: Started the season on the disabled list with bone spurs in his right elbow... Was reinstated on May 11 and began with Dunedin of the Florida State League (A)... Played 11 games (8-3B, 3-DH) batted .386 (17-44) with three doubles and five RBI... Had a six-game hit streak from May 16-22, over that span he batted .444 (12-27) with three doubles and three RBI... Was promoted to Syracuse of the International League (AAA) on May 23... WITH SYRACUSE: Played 26 games (24-3B, 2-DH) for the SkyChiefs... Batted .316 (30-95) with a home run and 10 RBI... Posted a .387 on-base percentage... Walked 10 times while striking out 16... June 4 vs. LOU had a season high three hits... Only home run came June 8 vs. BUF (1-R)... Had a ten-game hitting streak from May 29-June 7... Over those 10 games, batted .390 with four doubles and seven RBI... Batted .354 in June (17-48) with three doubles, one home run and five RBI... June 14, was placed on the disabled list with a pulled left hamstring... Was reinstated on August 4... Played four games before being placed on the disabled list on August 10 for the remainder of the season after he re-aggravated his left hamstring... In 13 games at Alliance Bank Stadium, batted .342 (18-52) with one home run and eight RBI, while in 13 road games batted .279 (12-43)... Had at least one hit in 22 of the 26 games he played... Reached base in 24 of the 26 games he played. 2004 Acquired by the Blue Jays on July 24 in a trade with the Boston Red Sox for RHP Terry Adams... Native of Guam had been batting .295 with 12 home runs and 35 RBI in 75 games with Portland, also of the Eastern League, at the time of the trade... In 40 games with New Hampshire, batted .296 with 10 home runs and 30 RBI... Drew a combined 59 walks and ranked fourth in the Eastern League with a .391 on-base percentage... Reached base by a hit or walk in 32 of his 40 games with New Hampshire... Homered twice and drove in four runs on July 31 in an 8-1 win against his former team... Collected four hits, five RBI and three runs scored, all season highs, in a 19-6 win at Portland on September 6 on the final day of the regular season... Batted .232 at home while with the Fisher Cats and .356 on the road... Homered twice in the playoffs, including a two-run shot in the 2-0 series-deciding win in the league final with Altoona... Was selected to play in the Arizona Fall League... He drove in 31 runs in 28 games for the Peoria Saguaros to rank first on his team and second overall in the developmental league for some of baseball's top young prospects... Furthermore, 14 of his 35 hits went for extra bases, including a pair of home runs and a league-leading three triples.