Hanley Ramirez

Hanley Ramirez #13

  • LF
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2"/225
  • Age: 31

Hanley Ramirez Stats

.249 19 53 6 .717

Hanley Ramirez MLB Career Stats

.296 210 707 267 .861

Hanley Ramirez Bio

  • Full Name: Hanley Ramirez
  • Born: 12/23/1983 in Samana, Dominican Republic
  • High School: Adbentista, DOM
  • Debut: September 20, 2005
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2015 Stats 401 59 100 19 53 6 .249 .291 .717
MLB Career Stats 5078 881 1503 210 707 267 .296 .367 .861
  • Status: Disabled 15-Day

Hanley Ramirez 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 Red Sox AL 430 268 92.18 198.69 3.06 3.59 27.13
MLB Avg - - - - 89.28 211.67 0.42 9.00 33.43


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September 24, 2015 at 5:54 PM ET

Red Sox shut down Hanley for season

Hanley Ramirez is out for the season. Red Sox acting manager Torey Lovullo said Ramirez's shoulder has not been responding well enough to treatment, but surgery is unlikely at this point.

September 21, 2015 at 7:55 PM ET

Hanley will return once he's pain free

Hanley Ramirez is feeling improvement with the right shoulder injury that has sidelined him since Aug. 27, but the slugger doesn't want to return to action until he is pain free.


Hanley Ramirez Awards

NL Rookie of the Year

Year Team League
2006 Florida NL

NL All-Star

Year Team League
2008 Florida NL
2009 Florida NL
2010 Florida NL

NL Silver Slugger

Year Team League
2008 Florida NL
2009 Florida NL

Home Run Derby Participant

Year Team League
2010 Florida NL

NL Player of the Month

Month Team League
06/2008 Florida NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/08/2007 Florida NL
06/28/2009 Florida NL

Marlins MVP

Year Team League
2007 Florida NL
2008 Florida NL
2009 Florida NL

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2005 Portland EAS

EAS Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Portland EAS

EAS Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Portland EAS

Hanley Ramirez Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2006 .292 25th in NL
2007 .332 5th in NL
2008 .301 13th in NL
2009 .342 1st in NL
2010 .300 11th in NL
2014 .283 25th in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2007 29 20th in NL
2008 33 9th in NL
2009 24 24th in NL
2012 24 22nd in NL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
2009 106 6th in NL
2012 92 15th in NL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2006 51 3rd in NL
2007 51 3rd in NL
2008 35 7th in NL
2009 27 6th in NL
2010 32 6th in NL
2011 20 23rd in NL
2012 21 21st in NL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2007 .948 9th in NL
2008 .940 6th in NL
2009 .954 6th in NL
2010 .853 21st in NL
2014 .817 18th in NL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2007 .386 17th in NL
2008 .400 5th in NL
2009 .410 6th in NL
2010 .378 12th in NL
2014 .369 10th in NL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2007 .562 9th in NL
2008 .540 7th in NL
2009 .543 11th in NL
2010 .475 23rd in NL
2014 .448 25th in NL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
2006 119 5th in NL
2007 125 2nd in NL
2008 125 1st in NL
2009 101 8th in NL
2010 92 17th in NL


Season BB Rank
2008 92 6th in NL
2010 64 24th in NL


Season H Rank
2006 185 10th in NL
2007 212 2nd in NL
2008 177 10th in NL
2009 197 3rd in NL
2010 163 20th in NL


Season 2B Rank
2006 46 7th in NL
2007 48 3rd in NL
2009 42 5th in NL
2014 35 17th in NL


Season 3B Rank
2006 11 6th in NL
2007 6 12th in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
2006 158 10th in NL
2007 154 22nd in NL
2008 153 25th in NL
2012 157 7th in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
2006 633 8th in NL
2007 639 8th in NL
2008 589 23rd in NL
2009 576 21st in NL
2012 604 10th in NL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
2006 700 10th in NL
2007 706 9th in NL
2008 693 10th in NL
2009 652 22nd in NL
2012 667 15th in NL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
2006 304 13th in NL
2007 359 3rd in NL
2008 318 7th in NL
2009 313 8th in NL
2012 264 22nd in NL


Season SO Rank
2006 128 13th in NL
2008 122 21st in NL
2012 132 17th in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2006 15 4th in NL
2007 14 3rd in NL
2008 12 3rd in NL
2009 8 15th in NL
2010 10 6th in NL
2011 10 4th in NL
2012 7 17th in NL
2014 5 25th in NL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2008 8 21st in NL
2009 9 16th in NL
2010 7 25th in NL

Hanley Ramirez Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
September 5, 2015 Boston Red Sox placed LF Hanley Ramirez on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to August 27, 2015. Right shoulder inflammation
November 25, 2014 Boston Red Sox signed free agent LF Hanley Ramirez.
October 30, 2014 SS Hanley Ramirez elected free agency.
August 24, 2014 Los Angeles Dodgers activated SS Hanley Ramirez from the 15-day disabled list.
August 10, 2014 Los Angeles Dodgers placed SS Hanley Ramirez on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to August 9, 2014. Right Oblique Strain
June 4, 2013 Los Angeles Dodgers activated SS Hanley Ramirez from the 15-day disabled list.
May 31, 2013 Los Angeles Dodgers sent SS Hanley Ramirez on a rehab assignment to Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.
May 4, 2013 Los Angeles Dodgers placed SS Hanley Ramirez on the 15-day disabled list. Strained left hamstring.
April 29, 2013 Hanley Ramirez roster status changed by Los Angeles Dodgers.
April 29, 2013 Hanley Ramirez roster status changed by Los Angeles Dodgers.
April 29, 2013 Los Angeles Dodgers activated SS Hanley Ramirez from the 15-day disabled list.
March 31, 2013 Los Angeles Dodgers placed SS Hanley Ramirez on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to March 22, 2013. Torn ligament in his right thumb.
March 22, 2013 Los Angeles Dodgers sent SS Hanley Ramirez on a rehab assignment to Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.
July 25, 2012 Miami Marlins traded LHP Randy Choate and SS Hanley Ramirez to Los Angeles Dodgers for RHP Nathan Eovaldi and RHP Scott McGough.
October 31, 2011 Hanley Ramirez roster status changed by Florida Marlins.
September 6, 2011 Florida Marlins transferred SS Hanley Ramirez from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
August 26, 2011 sent SS Hanley Ramirez on a rehab assignment to Jupiter Hammerheads.
August 10, 2011 Florida Marlins placed SS Hanley Ramirez on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to August 3, 2011. Sprained left shoulder
June 14, 2011 Florida Marlins activated SS Hanley Ramirez from the 15-day disabled list.
June 10, 2011 sent SS Hanley Ramirez on a rehab assignment to Jupiter Hammerheads.
June 6, 2011 Florida Marlins placed SS Hanley Ramirez on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 30, 2011. Left back strain.

Hanley Ramirez Bio Info

Hanley Ramirez…attended Adbentista High School (D.R.)...married to Elizabeth and has two sons, Hanley Jr. and Hansel, and a daughter, Hailey … has made numerous appearances both on-stage and to sign autographs at Viva Los Dodgers during his time with Los Angeles ... was a member of the 2013 World Baseball Classic champion Team Dominican Republic ... originally signed by Boston as a nondrafted free agent on July 2, 2000 … signed by Red Sox scout Levy Ochoa.


Hit .283 (127-for-449) with 35 2B, 13 HR, 71 RBI, 56 BB, and 14 SB in 128 games for the division-champion Dodgers as the club's primary SS...Ranked 2nd among primary NL shortstops with a .283 AVG...Paced big league SS in OBP (.369), SLG (.448), and OPS (.817)...Averaged 6.3 AB/RBI, the 10th-best mark in the NL. Hit .283 (98-for-346) against right-handers and .282 (29-for-103) against left-handed pitching...Had a .303 AVG/.393 OBP/.459 SLG line in 64 road games...Hit .321 with runners in scoring position, eighth best in the National League, and ranked 10th in the NL in both onbase percentage (.369) and RBI ratio (6.3 AB/RBI)...Ranked 10th in the NL in OBP and had the 13th-fewest PA/BB (9.1) among NL qualifiers...Started 54 games in the No. 3 spot of the lineup...Also made starts batting 2nd (28), 4th (24), and 5th (15)...Hit .321 (44-for-137) with RISP, 11th best in the NL...His 23 hits with RISP and 2 outs ranked 2nd in the NL, 1 shy of MIA's Casey McGehee (24)...Placed on the 15-day DL with a right oblique strain on 8/10 (retro to 8/9)...Matched single-game high for the 15th and 16th times with 2 HR on 4/6 vs. SF and 5/31 vs. PIT...Hit 1st career walk-off HR on 8/2 vs. CHC, a 3-run shot off Blake Parker in the 12th inning...Returned from the DL on 8/24 and hit .305 (29-for-95) in his remaining 28 regular season games...Hit .440 (22-for-50) over his last 16 contests beginning on 9/8 to raise his season-ending AVG from .263 to .283...POSTSEASON: Hit .429 (6-for-14) with a 2B, 2 RBI, BB, and SB in the Dodgers' 4 NLDS games against the Cardinals


Posted the highest batting average of his nine-year career (.345) and also clubbed 20 home runs for a sixth time in his career in 86 games in an injury-shortened season. Among players with 300 or more at-bats, led the Majors with a .638 slugging percentage, ranked second with a .348 batting average and placed seventh with a .402 on-base percentage. The Dodgers were 51-26 in the 77 games he started and went 36-7 when he scored at least one run. Blasted 20 home runs as he reached the 20-homer mark for the sixth time in the last seven years and averaged a homer every 15.20 at-bats (7th, MLB). Batted .368 with runners in scoring position (25-for-68), the seventh-best mark in the NL (min. 50 AB), and hit .351 with runners on base (46-for-131). Was at his best in 42 divisional games this year, batting .366 (53-for-145) with 13 doubles, two triples, nine homers, 24 RBI, a .444 on-base percentage and a .669 slugging percentage against NL West opponents. Had a batting average of .365 or higher in three months this season (min. 50 AB); June (.375, 24-for-64), July (.365, 38-for-104) and Sept. (.370, 20-for-54). Posted a 19-game hitting streak from June 19-July 8, batting .486 (36-for-74) with six doubles, two triples, six homers and 18 RBI during the run…was the longest streak by a Dodger this season and tied for the fourth longest in the Majors … also hit safely in 11 consecutive games from July 19-30. Reached base safely in 36 consecutive games from June 19-July 30, which tied for the sixth longest streak in the Majors in 2013…posted a .459 on-base percentage during the streak, which tied for the longest run of his career (also: July 27-Sept. 3, 2006 with the Marlins). Saw his first-career postseason action, batting .323 (10-for-31) with five runs scored, four doubles, a triple a homer and seven RBI in nine games … hit .500 (8-for-16) in the Division Series vs. Atlanta, including tying a franchise record (Steve Garvey, 1978 NLCS & Duke Snider, 1952 World Series) and an all-time Division Series record (Carlos Beltran, 2004 & Jim Edmonds, 2000) with seven extra-base hits, before going 2-for-15 in the League Championship Series vs. St. Louis while battling a rib fracture. Missed 52 games between two DL stints (left hamstring strain/right thumb surgery) … started the season on the DL after having surgery on March 22 to repair the ligament in his right thumb, an injury suffered while playing in the World Baseball Classic Championship for Team Dominican Republic…suffered a left hamstring strain in his fourth game of the year on May 3 at San Francisco.

2012 Batted a combined .257 with 24 home runs and 92 RBI in 157 games with the Dodgers and Marlins. Acquired along with left-hander Randy Choate from Miami on July 25 in exchange for right-handed pitcher Nathan Eovaldi and minor league right-hander Scott McGough. Stole 21 bases and slugged 24 homers to give him the fifth 20-homer/20-steal season of his career...had four consecutive 20/20 seasons from 2007-10 and his five 20/20 seasons since 2004 lead the Majors...has stolen 20 or more bases in each of his seven full big league seasons. Tied with Adrian Beltre, Hunter Pence and Albert Pujols for the MLB lead with 19 game-winning RBI, including seven with the DodgersOverall, tied for 15th in the NL with 92 RBI...knocked in 44 runs with Los Angeles, the eighth-most RBI in the National League from July 25 through the conclusion of the season. Batted .338 with runners in scoring position as a Dodger (23-for-68)...overall went 5-for-11 (.455) with the bases loaded. Hit .275 (61-for-222) as a shortstop and .249 (93-for-373) when playing third base. Finished August ranked among the monthly NL leaders in home runs (7, T-5th) & RBI (26, 2nd) in 28 games... batted .290 (31-for-110) during the month. On July 25, became just the fourth L.A. Dodger to triple in his first plate appearance with the club, joining Tyler Houston (July 26, 2002 at San Francisco), Doug Rau (Sept. 2, 1972 at St. Louis) and Gary Moore (May 3, 1970 vs. Montreal). Hit the 150th homer of his career on Aug. 16 at Pittsburgh with a two-run shot off A.J. Burnett...reached 500 career RBI with a three-RBI game on Aug. 12 at Miami. Batted .407 (11-for-27) during his season-long seven-game hitting streak from May 17-23 as a Marlin. Following the season, played for Tigres del Licey in the Dominican Winter League and for the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean Series. 2011 Had season cut short by two trips to disabled list, the first two of his career...First injury was a left back strain that placed him on 15-day DL from June 5-June 14 (retro to May 30), a stretch during which Marlins went just 2-13. Then, suffered a left shoulder sprain on August 3 and was placed on 15-day DL on August 10...Transferred to 60-day DL on September 6, ending his season. Team went 17-34 during second stint on DL. Dr. James Andrews performed surgery to repair shoulder on September 15 in Pensacola, Florida...In first 55 games, batted just .200 (40x200) with a .298 on-base percentage, 32 runs, seven doubles, four home runs and 17 RBI...Hit fourth for first time in career on June 21 vs. Los Angeles-AL and batted .304 (42x138) with a .385 on-base percentage, 23 runs, nine doubles, six home runs and 28 RBI in last 37 games of season, all batting in cleanup spot...Became first player in Club history to hit a grand slam in first inning from fourth spot in lineup on July 2 at Texas (Elias Sports Bureau)...Also in that game at Texas, recorded 11th career multi-home run game, tying him with Dan Uggla and Mike Lowell for most in Franchise history...Recorded 1,000th career hit at Wrigley Field against Cubs on July 15...Next day, still in Chicago, recorded fourth career game with three doubles, breaking tie with Mike Lowell for most such games in Club history...On July 18 in make-up game with Mets at Citi Field, passed Jeff Conine for second place in Franchise history in hits, with 1,007; finished season with 1,016. Luis Castillo is all-time leader, with 1,273. 2010 In his fifth full Major League season, posted a .300 average with 28 doubles, two triples, 21 home runs and 76 RBI in 142 games with the Fish. Despite finishing the season at .300, finished with career-lows in runs (92), hits (163), doubles (28) and strikeouts (93) ... Since 2006, has hit the most home runs (123) among Major League shortstops. Jimmy Rollins ranks second with 94 and Troy Tulowitzki is third with 92 ... Among Marlins career leaders, leads in average (.313), ranks second in runs scored (562), doubles (198), stolen bases (196), extra base hits (346), on base percentage (.385) and slugging percentage (.521), third in triples (24), fourth in hits (934), fifth in home runs (124) and seventh in RBI (389) ... Tallied a season-high four hits on August 25 at New York. In that series, tallied 10 hits in 15 at-bats to record his highest hit total in any three-game span of his Major League career. Ramirez is the third Marlins player to have 10 hits over three games, joining Luis Castillo (2003) and Preston Wilson (2001). - Elias ... Tallied 46 multi-hit efforts to rank second on the club (Uggla-50). Led the team with 16 three-plus hit games and was tied with Brandon Phillips for sixth in the National League ... His longest hit streak reached 14 games from August 24-September 6, where he hit .471 (24x51) with 18 runs scored, four doubles, five home runs and 14 RBI ... With two stolen bases on September 3 vs. Atlanta, became the second player in Marlins history to record four seasons with 30-or-more steals. He took 51 in 2006, 51 in '07 and 35 in '08. Luis Castillo had 30+ from 1999-2002 ... On May 2, hit two home runs against Washington, marking his 10th career multi-homer game. He is tied with Preston Wilson for the third-most in club history behind Mike Lowell and Dan Uggla (11) ... Drove in a season-best four runs twice; May 2 vs. Washington and June 29 vs. New York ... Hit his fourth career grand slam on June 29 against New York at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico. His last grand slam was on June 25, 2009 vs. Baltimore ... Voted as the National League's starting shortstop for the third straight year. He is the first NL shortstop to start three All-Star games since Ozzie Smith was penciled in 10 straight years from 1983 to 1992. Went 0x3 in the Mid-Summer Classic ... Took second place in the State Farm Home Run Derby, finishing behind David Ortiz. Was his first appearance in the HR contest ... Drove in the game-ending run on August 7 vs. St. Louis with a 10th-inning double to center field. Marked his only walkoff hit of the year and his career. In that contest, led off the game with his 25th career leadoff home run, which extended the club record he currently holds. He is the first Marlin in Franchise history to lead off a game with a home run and provide a walkoff hit in the same game ... Tallied three doubles in a single game on August 10 at Washington to equal a club record (17th time). Marked the third time he has hit three doubles in the same game: July 20, 2007 vs. Cincinnati and September 3, 2006 at Milwaukee ... Among all double-play combos, he and Dan Uggla have homered in the same game a MLrecord 22 times (Rich Aurilia and Jeff Kent-18). - Elias 2009 In his fourth Major League season, led the National League in batting with a .342 average in 151 games. Set career-highs in average and RBI (106) and was three hits away from tallying 200 hits for the second time in his career and won the Louisville Slugger Silver Slugger Award...Became the first Marlin in franchise history, and fourth National League shortstop, to win a batting crown. He was the ninth shortstop in Major League history to win the crown, marking the 17th time it has been done by a shortstop. He was the first NL shortstop to win a batting title since Dick Groat in 1960, who followed the likes of Arky Vaughan and Honus Wagner...With his home run on September 6, became the fourth fastest shortstop to 100 home runs (595 games). Alex Rodriguez reached 100 HR in 470 games, Nomar Garciaparra in 491 games and Ernie Banks did it in his 500th game...Among NL hitters, ranked in the top 10 in almost every major category: first in average, road average (.353) and average vs. righties (.352), tied for first in average with runners in scoring position (.373), second in night average (.333), tied for second in grand slams (3), third in hits (197) and day batting (.365), fourth in multi-hit games (56), sixth in doubles (42), on base percentage (.410) and home batting average (.332), eighth in RBI, total bases (313) and stolen bases (27) and ninth in runs (101)...Played error-free ball in a career-best 56 straight games from July 4 to September 12. In that span, had 219 chances without a miscue. His previous best was 28 games, from August 9 to September 10, 2008...Voted in by the fans as the starting shortstop for the 2009 All-Star Game in St. Louis. Went 0x3 on the day. Marked second consecutive All-Star start and is the only Marlin to be voted as a starter twice. Was the first NL player since Edgar Renteria (2003-04) voted as starting shortstop in consecutive years...Led the club and ranked fourth in the NL with 56 multi-hit games. Included in that total was a Major League leading 24 three-hit games...Hit in a career best 16 straight games from August 5-21, collecting multiple hits in 12 of those 16 games. Boasted a .461 average (35x76) with 18 runs scored, seven doubles, three home runs and 16 RBI over the streak...Earned co-NL Player of the Week honors with San Diego's Chad Gaudin on June 29. For the week he led the NL with 15 RBI and 22 total bases, which included two grand slams...Collected at least one RBI in 10 straight games, June 21-July 1, to mark a new club record. Previous record was eight, last done by Jorge Cantu from September 9-19, 2008. Was the first NL shortstop ever to have 10 consecutive games with an RBI...Hit his first career grand slam on Opening Day against Washington, off Steven Shell. Was the third Marlin in club history to hit an Opening Day grand slam, joining Juan Encarnacion (2005) and Preston Wilson (2002) as the only Marlins to do so. Also hit grand slams on June 23 and June 25, both against Baltimore. He and Cody Ross both tied the Marlins single-season club record with three (Conine in 2004 and Bonilla in 1997)...Tallied a season-best four hits twice; May 8 at Colorado and August 9 at Philadelphia. Tied a career high with five RBI on Opening Day against Washington. Matched the mark again on June 25 against Baltimore (also July 1, 2008)...Had only multi-home run game on May 7 against Atlanta. Owns nine two-homer games in his career...Ranked second among Major League shortstops with 24 home runs (Tulowitzki-32) and has the most home runs as a shortstop since 2006 (102). Also leads the Majors in runs (467) in that time...Named by the South Florida Chapter of the BBWAA as the Marlins Most Valuable Player for the third consecutive year. 2008 Set new career-highs with 33 home runs, .400 on-base percentage and .540 slugging percentage...led Marlins regulars in average (.301), runs (125), hits (177), walks (92) stolen bases (35) and home runs...among NL batting leaders, ranked 1st in runs, 5th in on-base percentage, 6th in walks, 7th in slugging percentage, 7th in total bases (318) and 8th in stolen bases...he was also the 7th hardest to double up, grounding into a double play one out of every 117.8 at-bats...Since 2006, leads the Majors in runs with 369...Alex Rodriguez ranks second with 360, while Jose Reyes is third with 354...Named Marlins' Most Valuable Player by the South Florida Baseball Writers Association of America for the second consecutive year...Earned NL Player of the Month honors for June, becoming second Marlin to win the award (Conine, June 1995)...batted .298 (34x114) with 27 runs, six doubles, a triple, 10 home runs and 15 RBI...led the NL in runs, home runs and total bases (72) for the month...With his 20th home run of the season, July 1, became the 10th player (14th time) since 1963 to hit 20+ homers and steal 20+ bases prior to the All-Star break...Alfonso Soriano did it three times (2002, '03, '06), while Bobby Bonds (1969, 1973) and Jose Canseco (1988, 1998) did it twice...he also became the first Marlin in franchise history to hit 25 home runs and steal 25 bases in a season two different times...Preston Wilson is the only other Marlin to accomplish the feat, as he hit 31 home runs and stole 36 bases in 2000...is third Marlin to record 30+ stolen bases in three consecutive seasons and joins Wilson as the only players to record 30 HR/30 SB in a single season...Along with Mike Jacobs (32) and Dan Uggla (32), became only the second infield trio in Major League history to record 30+ home runs in the same season, joining the 2001 Oakland Athletics' Jason Giambi (38), Eric Chavez (32) and Miguel Tejada (31)...Hit ninth leadoff home run of the season September 24 at Washington, marking the 24th leadoff homer of his career, extending his club record...On June 29th vs. Arizona and June 30th vs. Washington, he hit consecutive game-tying home runs in the ninth inning with the Marlins going on to win both games...the last player to hit game-tying homers in the ninth inning on consecutive days was Gary Gaetti of the Twins, May 17-18, 1989...Connected for multiple home runs four times, the last on September 17...now has eight career multi-HR games...Posted a career-high five hits, July 10 at Los Angeles...also hit game-winning home run...collected a career-best five RBI, July 1 at Washington...Collected 500th career hit July 4 in Colorado; became fastest Marlin to 500 hits (397 games), breaking Juan Pierre's record of 398 games...Hit in a career-best 14 consecutive games, June 24-July 7, batting .339 (21x62) with five home runs and 10 RBI over the streak...Went 2x3 with an error in July 15 All-Star Game at Yankee Stadium...voted starting shortstop on NL All-Star team and became the first Marlin to start the season with team to be elected a starter; Gary Sheffield voted a starter in 1993 after late-June trade from SD...Collected only Marlin hit (homerun) June 26 vs. TB...was first time in franchise history that the only hit in a one-hitter was a homerun...Batted .304 (162x533) with 32 home runs and 63 RBI in the leadoff position...dropped to third in the order for 16 games and batted .268 (15x56) with one home run and four RBI...is a career .313 (480x1534) hitter in the leadoff position. 2007 Established career highs with 125 runs, .332 average, 212 hits, 48 doubles, 29 home runs, 81 RBI, 51 stolen bases (tie), .386 on-base percentage and .562 slugging percentage ... led Marlins in runs, hits, stolen bases, average and doubles (tied) ... finished among NL leaders for runs (2nd), hits (T-2nd), batting average (T-3rd), doubles (T-3rd) and stolen bases (T-3rd) ... challenged for batting title and finished tied with Chase Utley and Edgar Renteria, behind Matt Holliday (.340) and Chipper Jones (.337) ... Named Marlins' Most Valuable Player by South Florida chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America ... Finished season with 212 hits, second in the NL behind Matt Holliday (216) ... marked the second-highest single-season total in club history behind Juan Pierre's 221 hits in 2004 ... he joined Juan Pierre as the only Marlins players to reach 200 hits in a season - Pierre did so in 2003 (204) and 2004 (led NL with 221) ... in the last 28 years (1980-2007), only four NL shortstops (two in '07) have reached 200 hits in a year: Rich Aurilia (206 H in 2001), Jack Wilson (201 H in 2004), Hanley Ramirez (2007), Jimmy Rollins (212 H in 2007) ... Scored career-high 125 runs, second in the NL behind Jimmy Rollins (139) ... set a new club record for runs in a season ... matched career-best with four runs April 2 at Washington (also 7/31/06 at PHI) ... Tied Dan Uggla for club lead with 83 extra-base hits, becoming the first two Marlins to have 80+ extra-base hits in a season ... the previous club mark for extra-base hits in a season was 79 by Cliff Floyd in 2001 ... had 81 extra-base hits as a shortstop (83 overall - 1 as PH, 1 as DH), while Jimmy Rollins had 88 ... prior to this season, the only NL player with 81 or more extra-base hits as a shortstop was Ernie Banks, who did it twice: 1955 (82 XBH), 1958 (81 XBH) ... the last AL player was Alex Rodriguez in 2003 (82 XBH) ... Led Marlins with 51 stolen bases, third in NL behind Jose Reyes (78) and Juan Pierre (64) ... has had 51 stolen bases in each of last two seasons, becoming the third Marlins player to steal 50+ bases twice, joining Juan Pierre and Luis Castillo. Chuck Carr and Quilvio Veras each had one 50-SB season ... finished season fourth on Marlins all-time stolen base list with 102, immediately behind thirdplace Chuck Carr (115)... fell four doubles shy of becoming third m ember of 50 doubles-50 stolen bases club (also Craig Biggio in 1997, Tris Speaker in 1912) ... stole career-high three bases August 10 at New York-NL and September 15 at Colorado, second time this season and in career (also-8/10) ... Had eight leadoff home runs for season (last, 9/11 vs. WAS) - has 15 career leadoff home runs, a Florida record ... matched careerhigh (4x) with two-homer games July 6 at Los Angeles-NL and September 11 vs. Washington ... homered in three straight games from August 4-7 ... batted .345 (162x470) as leadoff hitter, tied with Norris Hopper for second-best average as leadoff hitter in NL, behind Yunel Escobar (.351) ... tied for third-best average as leadoff hitter in Majors, behind Escobar, Ichiro Suzuki (.351) ... Had career-best 13-game hit streak snapped August 17, batting .373 (22x59) with five homers and 12 RBI during stretch ... went 1x2 with homer and two RBI as pinch hitter... hit first career pinch-hit home run July 3 at SD ... Hit .424 (36x85) with six home runs and 21 RBI in 22 games in July, becoming the third Marlins player ever to hit over .400 in a month, joining Preston Wilson (.431 in July 1999) and Miguel Olivo (.408 in June 2006) ... named NL Player of the Week from July 2-8, after hitting .522 (12x23) with three homers and six RBI with 1.087 slugging percentage ... went 4x4 with two doubles and a stolen base on April 2 at Washington, becoming the third player in the last 50 years to have four or more hits and score four or more runs in nineinning season opener ... Batted .399 (59x148) with eight home runs and 27 RBI against left-handers, compared to .312 (153x491) with 21 home runs and 54 RBI against righties ... his batting average against left-handers was second in NL behind Ryan Braun (.450) and third in Majors behind Braun and Magglio Ordonez (.410) ... hit .342 (27x79) with three homers and nine RBI in Interleague, including going 2x4 with one RBI as designated hitter (one game) ... led Marlins with 26 infield hits (three bunt hits) ... Appeared defensively at shortstop in 151 games, compiling .963 fielding percentage (24 errors). 2006 Named National League Rookie of the Year by the BBWAA, after batting .292 with 119 runs, 46 doubles, 11 triples, 17 home runs, 59 RBI and 51 stolen bases in 158 games...had the highest batting average of any qualifying rookie and tied the club rookie record (Jeff Conine, 1993) with a .292 batting average, the highest average for a qualifying rookie since Robinson Cano (NYY) hit .297 in 2005, the highest in the NL since Aaron Miles hit .293 for Colorado in 2004...Led all Major League rookies and set a club rookie record with 185 hits, the most by a NL rookie since Albert Pujols had 194 in 2001...Led all rookies and set a club rookie record with 119 runs, the second-highest total in club history, the most by a NL rookie since Dick Allen scored 125 in 1964 (Philadelphia), and the most by a ML rookie since Ichiro Suzuki (127, SEA, 2001)...over the past 50 years (1956-2006), only three NL rookies have scored more runs: Vada Pinson (131, 1959 CIN), Dick Allen (125, 1964 PHI), and Frank Robinson (122, 1956 CIN)...Had 46 doubles, a new franchise rookie record, and the sixth highest total for a rookie in Major League history...Led all rookies with 51 stolen bases, the most in the Majors by a rookie since Ichiro Suzuki stole 56 with Seattle in 2001, and the most in the NL since Tony Womack had 60 for Pittsburgh in 1997...it was the third-most in franchise history for a rookie, trailing Chuck Carr (58 in 1993) and Quilvio Veras (56 in 1995)...became the fifth Major League player since 1900 to hit 45+ doubles and have 50+ stolen bases, joining: Ty Cobb (47/83, 1911 DET), Tris Speaker (53/52, 1912 BOS), Lou Brock (46/62, 1968 STL), Craig Biggio (51/50, 1998 HOU)...became the first NL rookie to score 110+ runs with 50+ stolen bases, joining Ichiro Suzuki (127/56, 2001 SEA) as the only rookies since 1900 with 115+ runs and 50+ SB...Became just the second NL rookie ever to hit 17 home runs, while playing 100+ games at shortstop, joining Ernie Banks (19 HR, 1954)...Hit seven leadoff home runs, tying Nomar Garciaparra (1997, BOS) for the Major League record for leadoff homers by a rookie...established the NL rookie record with his sixth leadoff home run on September 24 at Philly, passing Chili Davis (1982, SF) and Kaz Matsui (2004, NYM)...the seven leadoff home runs also sets the Marlins' single-season and career records for leadoff homers...Became the second ML rookie ever to hit 10+ home runs and steal 50+ bases, joining Juan Samuel (15 HR, 72 SB, PHI 1984)...is just the second rookie shortstop ever to hit 15+ HR and score 100+ runs, joining Nomar Garciaparra (30 HR, 122 R, 1997, BOS)...Led all rookies with 11 triples, a new franchise record and the most triples by any rookie since Juan Uribe had 11 for Colorado in 2001...led all rookies with 74 extra-base hits, the highest total by a ML rookie since Albert Pujols had 88 in 2001...Shattered the franchise rookie record for total bases, finishing with 304...previous mark was 242 by Preston Wilson in 1999...became first NL rookie to surpass 300 total bases since Albert Pujols (360, the NL record), and just the fourth since 1984, joining Mike Piazza (307 for LA in 1993) and Juan Samuel (310 for Philadelphia in 1984)...was the 13th highest for a rookie in NL history, the sixth highest single-season mark for any player in franchise history...Is the first Marlins player ever to record double-digit totals in triples (11), home runs (17) and stolen bases (51), the first ML rookie to do so since Jimmy Rollins (12/14/46) with the Phillies in 2001...over the last 33 seasons (1974-2006), only four rookies have accomplished the triple-double: Ramirez, Rollins, Nomar Garciaparra (11/30/22 in 1997) and Juan Samuel (19/15/72 in 1984)...Joined with teammate Dan Uggla (105 runs) to become the second pair of rookie teammates ever to score 100 runs, joining Dale Alexander (110) and Roy Johnson (128) of the 1929 Detroit Tigers...Hit two home runs, one leadoff and one inside-the-park, September 27 vs. Cincinnati...was second multi-homer game of season (also April 18)...was Marlins' first inside-the-park homer since Juan Pierre (6/23/04 @ DET) and Marlins' first inside-the-park homer at Dolphin Stadium since Hee Seop Choi (5/19/04 vs. HOU)...became second Marlin to hit an inside-the-park home run as part of a two-homer game, joining Derrek Lee (4/12/03 vs. ATL)...Was Marlins' Opening Day shortstop, April 3 at Houston, and recorded first Major League hit with single in first inning off Roy Oswalt...Went 4x5 on April 4 at Houston, the first Marlins rookie with four hits in a game since Miguel Cabrera (7/1/03)...Hit first Major League home run in first inning April 18 @ Cincinnati (off Eric Milton); hit second home run in second inning, matching Marlins rookie record with two home runs in one game (6th time)...Hit safely in first eight games of the season (14x33/.424), with nine runs and five doubles, becoming first Marlins rookie to start season with eight-game hit streak (previous record was six games by Scott Pose in 1993)...Had game-winning RBI-single in ninth inning as pinch hitter on May 3 at Washington...had career-high 11-game hit streak May 3-14 (22x45/.489)...left May 16 game at Atlanta with strained left shoulder (missed five starts)...Hit .304 (28x92) in April and .313 (30x96) in May, before struggling through June (19x100/.190) and July (29x110/.264)...rebounded to hit .336 (79x235) over final two months of the season...Singled in third inning June 18 vs. Toronto to snap 0x29 stretch...tied Marlins longest hitless stretch for non-pitcher: Derrek Lee (5/29-6/8/98) and Bret Barberie (9/9-20/1993)...led all Major League players with 43 hits in September, the first rookie in 26 years to lead the Majors in hits in September...the last was Boston's Dave Stapleton in 1980...Appeared in two playoff games for Licey in the Dominican Winter League, going 1x7. 2005 Played in 122 games with Portland (AA) in the Boston Red Sox organization before making his Major League debut with the Red Sox as a September call-up... Appeared in two games for the Red Sox after he was recalled on September 19, going 0x2... Made his Major League debut on September 20 at Tampa Bay... entered the 15-2 win as a defensive replacement at shortstop in the seventh inning and struck out off Tim Corcoran in the eighth in his first big league plate appearance... made his only other appearance on the season's final day, October 2 vs. New York (AL)... pinch-hit for Tony Graffanino in the sixth inning of a 10-1 win... remained in the game at shortstop... Batted .271 with six home runs and 52 RBI in 122 games for the Portland Sea Dogs, champions of the Eastern League's North Division... led all Red Sox minor leaguers with 26 stolen bases in 39 tries... played in 115 games at shortstop, five at second, one at third and one as designated hitter... Batted .308 (52x169) in 42 games through the end of May, then hit .250 (74x296) in 80 games the rest of the way... was on the Disabled List from June 12-22 with a lower back strain... hit .281 or better in every full month except June... Went 5x9 (.556) with a triple and 12 RBI with the bases loaded and batted .330 (35x106) with runners in scoring position... opened the year with a five-game hitting streak (8x21), and batted .381 (16x42) with nine RBI through his first 10 games... collected two hits in three straight games from April 9-11, and had two or more hits in six of his first 10 contests... was 3x5 with a triple, two RBI and two runs on April 17 at Trenton... hit safely in 10 straight games from May 4-15, going 14x39 (.359)... hit in 16 of 17 at a .301 clip (22x73) from April 21 to May 15... Played in both the Eastern League All-Star Game and the All-Star Futures Game... had two hits, two runs and two steals in the Eastern League game at Hadlock Field in Portland... went 1x1 with a sacrifice in the Futures Game at Comerica Park in Detroit... was also named as the shortstop on the Eastern League year-end All-Star squad... For the second straight year, entered the season as the No. 1 prospect in the Red Sox organization, according to Baseball America, which also tabbed him as the No. 10 prospect in all of minor league baseball... was rated as the fastest base runner, best athlete, best defensive infielder and best infield arm in the Red Sox chain in Baseball America's Best Tools rankings... Played for Licey in the Dominican Winter League, hitting .266 with nine RBI in 39 games... batted .263 with one home run and four RBI in 11 games during the post-season, including going 0x1 in the Caribbean World Series. 2004 Climbed to Portland (AA) at the age of 20, after starting the season at Sarasota (A), where he earned SaraSox Player of the Year honors and was a mid-season All-Star for the West Division squad... hit .310 with eight doubles, four triples, a home run, 24 RBI and 12 stolen bases in 62 games with Sarasota to earn an August 1 promotion to Portland... with Sarasota, cracked all four of his triples and his lone homer in April, when he hit .298 (25x84) with 14 runs and 12 RBI in 22 games... injured his left wrist on May 1 when he fell running the bases, and hit just .214 (9x42) in 11 games in May, including a 2x23 (.087) skid over his last six games before being placed on the disabled list May 14 with a hairline fracture... played six games in a rehab stint with the Gulf Coast Red Sox, batting .400 (8x20)... returned to the Sarasota lineup on June 30, hitting .360 (40x111) with six doubles and 10 RBI in 29 games to earn the promotion to Portland... appeared in 32 games with Portland (AA), hitting .310 with seven doubles, two triples, five home runs, 15 RBI and 12 stolen bases, posting a .512 slugging percentage and .360 on-base percentage. 2003 Made his full-season Single-A debut, spending the entire campaign with Augusta... hit .275 with 69 runs, 24 doubles, three triples, eight homers and 50 RBI in 111 games... recorded a career-high 36 stolen bases, which ranked second in the Red Sox organization... also notched career highs in runs, doubles, RBI and games... went 5-for-5 with a double and 3 runs August 13 at Delmarva... starting June 1, hit .300 (80x267) over his final 72 games, including a .341 (28x82) average in June with 17 runs, eight doubles, three homers and 14 RBI, all monthly highs... participated in Boston's Fall Instructional League and played for Licey in the Dominican Winter League. 2002 Split the season between the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League Red Sox and short-season Lowell (A), combining to hit .352 (92x261) with 46 runs, 20 doubles, five triples, seven homers and 45 RBI in 67 games between the two stops... was named Lowell's Player of the Year, after hitting .371 with nine doubles, a homer and 19 RBI in 22 games following his August 10 promotion... began his stop with Lowell with a 10-game hitting streak, batting .477 (21x44)... earned Red Sox Minor League Player of the Month honors for August when he combined to hit .383 (41x107) in 25 games between the Gulf Coast League Red Sox and Lowell, including a .418 (33x79) mark in 18 games with the Spinners... was named the New York-Penn League's Player of the Week for the week of August 13-19, when he hit .548 (17x31) over seven games... began the season with the GCL Red Sox, playing in the United States for the first time... hit .341 (56x164) in 45 games... was selected to the post-season Gulf Coast League All-Star team after leading the league with a .555 slugging percentage and ranking second with a .341 average. 2001 Named Red Sox' 2001 Dominican Summer League Player of the Year in professional debut.