Ryan Shealy #43

  • 1B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 5"/240

Ryan Shealy MLB Career Stats

.268 19 94 2 .755

Ryan Shealy Bio

  • Full Name: Ryan Nelson Shealy
  • Born: 8/29/1979 in Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Draft: 2002, Colorado Rockies, 11th rd. (321st overall)
  • College: Florida
  • Debut: June 14, 2005
  • Ret., Final Game: 7/20/2010
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MLB Career Stats 545 75 146 19 94 2 .268 .331 .755


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Ryan Shealy Awards

PCL Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Colorado Springs PCL

TEX Player of the Year

Year Team League
2004 Tulsa TEX

TEX Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2004 Tulsa TEX

Ryan Shealy Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 2, 2011 DH Ryan Shealy elected free agency.
August 24, 2011 Las Vegas 51s activated DH Ryan Shealy from the 7-day disabled list.
July 29, 2011 Las Vegas 51s placed DH Ryan Shealy on the 7-day disabled list.
June 3, 2011 Las Vegas 51s activated DH Ryan Shealy from the 7-day disabled list.
May 9, 2011 Las Vegas 51s placed DH Ryan Shealy on the 7-day disabled list.
April 7, 2011 Las Vegas 51s activated DH Ryan Shealy from the 7-day disabled list.
April 4, 2011 Las Vegas 51s placed 1B Ryan Shealy on the 7-day disabled list.
January 29, 2011 Las Vegas 51s signed free agent 1B Ryan Shealy.
August 14, 2010 Pawtucket Red Sox released 1B Ryan Shealy.
July 23, 2010 Boston Red Sox sent 1B Ryan Shealy outright to Pawtucket Red Sox.
July 21, 2010 Boston Red Sox designated Ryan Shealy for assignment.
July 7, 2010 Boston Red Sox selected the contract of 1B Ryan Shealy from Pawtucket Red Sox.
June 17, 2010 Ryan Shealy assigned to Pawtucket Red Sox from Boston Red Sox.
June 16, 2010 Boston Red Sox signed free agent 1B Ryan Shealy to a minor league contract.
June 15, 2010 Durham Bulls released 1B Ryan Shealy.
December 18, 2009 Durham Bulls signed free agent 1B Ryan Shealy.
December 18, 2009 Tampa Bay Rays signed free agent 1B Ryan Shealy to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 9, 2009 DH Ryan Shealy elected free agency.
May 18, 2009 Omaha Royals placed DH Ryan Shealy on the 7-day disabled list.

Ryan Nelson Shealy Bio Info

During his senior year (2002) at the University of Florida, set single-season school records in RBI (80) and total bases (186) and tied the home run mark (23, since broken by Indians outfielder and Port Charlotte native Matt LaPorta in 2005)...despite playing only 2 seasons there because of injuries, his 39 career HR rank 4th in school history...is a 1998 graduate of Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, where he also lettered in basketball, football and volleyball...selected by the Rockies in the 8th round of the 1998 June Draft out of high school, but did not sign. Former Florida Gator has played parts of four seasons in the majors...owns a career .311 avg. and .965 OPS over parts of 8 minor league seasons. 2009 Opened season with Triple-A Omaha (Royals), but was sidelined in early May by a left knee injury...started at DH and 1B...led Omaha in batting (.345) and OBP (.454) at the time of his injury...on May 20, Dr. Erol Yoldes performed microfracture surgery as well as a medial meniscectomy in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., ending his season. 2008 Was recalled from Omaha by the Royals on Sep 2 and had a huge month, with 7 HR and 20 RBI in only 20 games (73 AB)...Royals were 16-3 in his 19 starts...on Sep 13 at CLE (G2), went 4-for-5 with 2 HR and 5 RBI, tying career highs...hit a combined 29 homers in the minors and majors. 2007 Had a tough start to the 2007 season and then was hit with a pair of injuries, the last of which caused him to miss the last half of the season at the Major League level...Struggled in April, hitting .096 (5-for-52) before doubling in a run in his first at bat on April 30...strained his hamstring running the bases following the double...Placed on the 15-day D.L. on May 1 with a left hamstring strain...appeared in 2 rehab games at Omaha (1-for-7) before being activated from the D.L. on May 16...missed 14 games...Following his return, hit .429 (12-for-28) with a home run and 7 RBI in his next 8 games, with the Royals going 6-2...Drove in the winning run with a 9th-inning single on May 16 in Oakland...Returned to Colorado, his original organization, and went 6-for-9 with a double, home run and 5 RBI from May 18-20...his 3-hit games on May 19 and 20 were his only two 3-hit games of the season...Scored a career high 4 runs in the Royals 17-3 win over Philadelphia on June 10...went 2-for-3 with an RBI and 2 walks in the game...Placed back on the 15-day D.L. with the left hamstring strain on June 30... began a rehab assignment at Omaha on July 21 and was later optioned to Omaha on Aug. 11...was recalled from Omaha on Aug. 30 and placed on the 60-day D.L., ending his season...Played a total of 34 games for Omaha, hitting .262 with 7 home runs and 24 RBI...Did not commit an error in 52 games at first (431 total chances) at the Major League level...joins Andy Phillips of the Yankees and Kevin Youkilis of the Red Sox as the only 3 first basemen in baseball to play at least 50 games and not commit an error. 2006 Joined the Royals on July 31 from Colorado along with RHP Scott Dohmann in exchange for LHP Jeremy Affeldt and RHP Denny Bautista...Shealy went 2-for-9 with 2 doubles and an RBI in 5 games for the Rockies after hitting .284 (63-222) with 16 doubles, 15 home runs and 55 RBI for Colorado Springs (AAA)...Hit .280 (54-193) with 10 doubles, 1 triple, 7 home runs and 36 RBI in 51 games for the Royals...played in 51 consecutive games after being acquired from the Rockies before missing the last 6 games due to illness...Hit .311 against right-handed pitchers for the season (46-148), compared to a .185 average against left-handers (10-54)...6 of his 7 home runs came off righties...Improved his numbers in the clutch, batting .330 (35-106) with runners on base...hit just one solo homer as 6 came with runners on base...Hit .301 (22-73) with 31 RBI with runners in scoring position...went 3-for-7 (.429) with 8 RBI in bases loaded situations...Averaged an RBI every 5.36 at bats, the 2nd-best average in club history by a rookie with at least 200 plate appearances...only Bob Hamelin (1994, 4.80) posted a higher mark...his combined average between Colorado and KC was 5.46 and ranked as the 7th-best mark by a Major League rookie in the last 5 seasons (min. 200 PA)...Averaged a home run once per 28 at bats, the 6th-best average in club history by a rookie (min. 200 PA)...Batted in 5 different spots in the order, including 30 games in the 6th spot, where he hit .330 (38-115)...Hit his 1st home run of the season on Aug. 6 off the Twins' Mike Smith...Recorded a 6-game hitting streak, Aug. 14-18, hitting .360 (9-25)...Logged a career-best 7-game hitting streak Sept. 8-15...hit .333 (10-30) with 3 homers and 11 RBI during the stretch...Clubbed a pair of home runs in back-to-back at bats vs. Seattle on Sept. 14 and drove in a career-high 5 runs in the 10-8 win...was his 1st career multi-homer game...Followed his 2-homer game with his 1st career grand slam vs. Seattle on Sept. 15, KC's only grand slam of the season...the HR gave him 3 homers in 4 at bats...he drove in 9 runs in the 2 games, 1 RBI shy of the club record for RBI in consecutive games (Raul Ibanez, 10 RBI, July 14-15, 2002)...Hit 3 of his 7 home runs against the Seattle Mariners...went 4-for-13 (.308) with 11 RBI in 4 games against Seattle...Saw his average fall from .309 to .280 with a 3-for-28 skid to finish the season. 2005 Split the season with Colorado Springs (AAA) and Colorado...in his 1st season above Double- A, combined to hit .329 (165-for-502) with 28 home runs and 104 RBI in 144 games with Colorado and Colorado Springs...Hit .330 (30-91) with 7 doubles, 2 home runs and 16 RBI in 36 games in 3 stints with the Rockies...his .330 average was 2nd among M.L. rookies with a minimum of 90 at bats...Spent a majority of the 2005 season at Colorado Springs, hitting .328 (135-411) with 30 doubles, 2 triples, 26 home runs and 88 RBI in 108 games for the Sky Sox...Made 17 starts at 1st base and 5 as the designated hitter in the Majors...committed no errors in 163 total chances at 1st base...Hit .500 (9-for-18) with runners in scoring position and 2 outs... Made Major League debut on June 14 at Cleveland, going 0-for-3 with a walk as the DH...was DH for each of his 1st 5 big league games...Went 2-for-5 with double and 2 RBI on June 15 at Cleveland, recording his 1st major league hit and RBI with a 2-run double in the 3rd inning off C.C. Sabathia...hit 1st M.L. homer the next night, June 16, in series finale, a solo shot off Scott Sauerbeck in the 7th inning...was just the 9th homer by a Rockies DH in franchise history, the 1st since Greg Vaughn on June 14, 2003 at Detroit...Posted a then career-high 4 RBI on Aug. 6 at Arizona...Compiled a career-high 6-game hit streak from July 29-Aug. 4, hitting .417 (10-24) with 3 doubles, a home run and 4 RBI...Ranked among PCL leaders in slugging (5th, .601) and average (9th)...his .601 slugging pct. was 12thhighest among full season minor leaguers, while his .328 average ranked 4th among 1st basemen...Was selected as a PCL reserve for the Triple-A All-Star Game on June 23 in Sacramento...went 1-for-2 with an RBI and run scored in the PCL's 11-5 victory over the International League...Ranked among Rockies organizational leaders in home runs (3rd), RBI (3rd) and average (5th)...Played for Team USA and was voted MVP of the Regional Olympic Qualifying Tournament held from Nov. 15-19 in Phoenix...batted .500 (10-for-20) with 5 runs and 5 RBI for the 5-0 USA squad that included Royals prospect Billy Butler...Rated as the 9th-best prospect in the Rockies system by Baseball America entering the 2006 season. 2004 The Texas League Player of the Year, Shealy led the circuit in home runs (29), RBI (99), extrabase hits (64), total bases (274) and slugging percentage (.584) for Class AA Tulsa...he was third in batting average (.318) and second in on-base percentage (.411) en route to being named Colorado's Organizational Player of the Year as well...a mid-season and post-season all-star, Shealy became only the second Driller to win league player of the year, joining Bubba Smith in 1996...made a run at the Triple Crown, as he led in both HR and RBI and was only five points behind Round Rock's Willy Taveras with five games to play (.324 to .329)...he went just 1-for-his-last-16 to drop out of the race...Ryan finished third among the league leaders in runs scored (88) and tied for fourth in doubles (32)...he led all TL first basemen with a .997 fielding percentage, committing just 4 errors in 127 games...named Topps' Texas League Player of the Month for July, hitting .333 with 10 HR and 25 RBI...he batted a season-best .370 in April and also hit .360 in June...in fact, his average never dipped below .300 over the final three months starting June 4...went 5-for-6 with 4 runs, 2 homers and 6 RBI on June 29 at El Paso. 2003 Underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee prior to the season on April 9...despite missing the first six weeks of the year, Shealy still went on to lead the organization with a .391 on-base percentage, third highest in the Cal League...compiled a league-high 39 consecutive game on-base streak from May 28-July 11...reached safely in 34 straight road games, May 20-Aug. 2, which included a leaguebest 19-game road hitting streak from May 20-July 2...broke up a combined no hitter for Stockton with two outs in the bottom of the ninth on a double down the left field line (Aug. 16). 2002 Named Pioneer League MVP and Baseball America's Rookie League Player of the Year in his first pro season at Casper...barely missed the Triple Crown, leading the circuit with 19 home runs and 70 RBI, while finishing runner-up for the batting title with a .368 average...led the Pioneer League in on-base percentage (.497), slugging percentage (.714), extra-base hits (41) and total bases (165)...his home run, RBI and slugging totals led all short-season minor leaguers...was selected to Baseball America's Rookie League All Star Team and won the league's Sportsticker "Star of Stars" Award...named the league's Player of the Week three times, June 24-30 (.450-5-13), July 1-7 (.542-3-14) and Aug. 5-11 (.467-3-10)...named Topps' Player of the Month for July, batting .360 with 6 HR and 28 RBI.