Jason Repko #17

  • RF
  • B/T: R/R
  • 5' 11" /200

Jason Repko MLB Career Stats

700 .224 16 67 27 .640

Jason Repko Bio

  • Full Name: Jason Edward Repko
  • Born: 12/27/1980 in East Chicago, IN
  • Draft: 1999, Los Angeles Dodgers, 1st rd. (37th overall)
  • High School: Hanford, WA
  • Debut: 4/6/2005
  • Last Game: 4/20/2012
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MLB Career Stats 700 105 157 16 67 27 .224 .294 .640


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Jason Repko Stats

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Jason Repko Advanced Stats

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Jason Repko Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
October 9, 2012 OF Jason Repko elected free agency.
July 21, 2012 Pawtucket Red Sox activated OF Jason Repko from the 7-day disabled list.
July 7, 2012 Pawtucket Red Sox placed OF Jason Repko on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to July 6, 2012.
June 22, 2012 Boston Red Sox sent OF Jason Repko outright to Pawtucket Red Sox.
June 19, 2012 Greenville Drive sent OF Jason Repko on a rehab assignment to Pawtucket Red Sox.
June 11, 2012 Jason Repko assigned to Greenville Drive.
June 9, 2012 Jason Repko roster status changed by Boston Red Sox.
April 23, 2012 Boston Red Sox placed OF Jason Repko on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 21, 2012. Slight left shoulder separation.
April 15, 2012 Boston Red Sox selected the contract of OF Jason Repko from Pawtucket Red Sox.
April 5, 2012 Jason Repko assigned to Pawtucket Red Sox.
January 10, 2012 Boston Red Sox signed free agent LF Jason Repko to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 14, 2011 Minnesota Twins sent Jason Repko outright to Rochester Red Wings.
August 26, 2011 Jason Repko roster status changed by Minnesota Twins.
August 21, 2011 sent LF Jason Repko on a rehab assignment to Rochester Red Wings.
August 12, 2011 Minnesota Twins placed LF Jason Repko on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to August 11, 2011. Left shoulder bursitis.
May 23, 2011 Minnesota Twins activated LF Jason Repko from the 15-day disabled list.
May 17, 2011 sent LF Jason Repko on a rehab assignment to Rochester Red Wings.
May 4, 2011 Minnesota Twins placed LF Jason Repko on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 2, 2011. right quad strain
June 25, 2010 Minnesota Twins selected the contract of LF Jason Repko from Rochester Red Wings.
April 5, 2010 Rochester Red Wings signed free agent Jason Repko.
March 31, 2010 Los Angeles Dodgers released CF Jason Repko.
October 26, 2009 Los Angeles Dodgers activated CF Jason Repko.
October 7, 2009 Los Angeles Dodgers reassigned CF Jason Repko to the minor leagues.
September 1, 2009 Los Angeles Dodgers recalled CF Jason Repko from Albuquerque Isotopes.
May 25, 2009 Jason Repko roster status changed by Albuquerque Isotopes.
May 12, 2009 Albuquerque Isotopes placed OF Jason Repko on the 7-day disabled list. Left hamstring strain

Jason Edward Repko Bio Info

Married to Traci...The couple has a son, Tyler Jason (2/21/08), and a daughter, Averi Faith (9/7/10)...Graduated from Hanford (WA) High School in 1999, where he batted .581 (43-for-74) with 18 home runs and 47 RBI in 20 games...Turned down a scholarship to San Diego State University to sign with the Dodgers...Devoted time and effort in the Los Angeles community, starting Repko's Dream Team in 2007, a program allowing him to host local youngsters from the AL County Department of Children and Family Services. 2011 Made Minnesota's Opening Day roster and played in 67 games with the Twins despite missing time due to 3 injuries...Ranked 4th on the team with 7 stolen bases...Placed on the disabled list with a right quad strain on 5/2 and played 6 rehab games with Triple-A Rochester before being reinstated on 5/23...Stole 4 bases in a 4-game span from 6/26-29, including his 2nd career 2-steal game on 6/28 vs. LAD...Batted .313 (10-for-32) in 21 games in July, recording 4 multi-hit games in the month...Placed on the DL with left shoulder bursitis on 8/11...Played 4 games on rehab assignment for Triple-A Rochester before 8/26 reinstatement...Hit in the head by a Justin Masterson pitch on 9/18 vs. CLE and missed the duration of the season after experiencing concussion symptoms...Committed his only error of the season on 6/10 vs. TEX...Was his only miscue in 2 years with the Twins. 2010 Released by the Los Angeles Dodgers, April 2...signed with Triple-A Rochester, April 5...Twins are his second professional organization...Started the season with Triple-A Rochester...hit his first home run, April 19 vs. Pawtucket...finished April batting .345 (19-for-55) in 16 games...recorded two four-hit games for the Red Wings, going 4-for-5 with a home run and three rbi, May 14 vs. Louisville and reaching base six time going 4-for-4 with two walks and four rbi, May 20 vs. Syracuse...Batted .232 (13-for-56) vs. left-handed pitching and .297 (51-for-172) vs. righties...played 60 games for the Red Wings, 58 in center field and one in right field...had his contract selected by Minnesota, June 24...Batted .325 (13-for-40) with six doubles, three home runs, six rbi and 10 runs scored, July 24-August 8, helping the Twins go 9-1 during that time...hit his first home run with the Twins (off David Hernandez), July 25 at Baltimore...Was used as Minnesota's fourth outfielder and played in 52 games in the field, making 31 starts (22 in right field, six in center field and three in left field)...Did not make an error (92 total chances)...recorded five outfield assists: June 27 at New York (NL) in his first game with Minnesota, September 2 vs. Detroit, September 3 vs. Texas (ninth inning of a 4-3 game), September 17 vs. Oakland and September 18 vs. Oakland...Became one of just five players in Twins history to record at least five outfield assists in fewer than 50 games played. 2009 Went 0-for-5 with an RBI in 10 games for the Dodgers after being recalled on September 1...was the only Dodger to appear at all three outfield positions...Batted .277 with 16 homers and 47 RBI in 110 games for the Triple-A Albuquerque...batted .305 (69-for-226) with 11 homers and 33 RBI at Isotopes Park...hit .298 (37-for-124) with eight homers off left-handed pitchers...Batted .403 (25-for-62) during a season-high 16-game hit streak from April 30- May 29...missed 12 games during that stretch with a left hamstring strain...Led the Isotopes with 24 steals, his highest total since swiping 29 bases in 120 games for Single-A Vero Beach in 2002...In 43 post All-Star games, hit .317 (45-for-142) with five homers in 15 RBI...had a 10-game hit streak from August 5-16, going 17-for-36 (.472) during that span...Optioned to Albuquerque on April 5 after hitting .225 (9-for-40) with a home run and seven RBI in 32 Spring Training games 2008 Enjoyed a pair of stints with the Dodgers and spent the majority of the year with Triple-A Las Vegas, where he hit .283 with 26 doubles, 12 homers, and 50 RBI in 121 games...posted a team-high 89 runs scored and a team-best 20 steals...Was first recalled to the Dodgers on June 30, when Juan Pierre was placed on the 15-day disabled list...appeared in four games (one start) before being optioned back to Las Vegas on July 4, when Andruw Jones returned from the DL...was hitless in seven at-bats during the stint...Was recalled again on Sept. 1, and was used as a pinch-hitter, pinch-runner, and defensive replacement in the outfield...went 3-for-11 (.273) with a double and two walks in September...With Vegas, put together a 14-game hitting streak from June 1-15, batting .417 (25-for-60) with 17 runs scored...hit .375 (39- for-104) in 26 games in June...Earned the Dodger Pride Award for Las Vegas in August, when he hit .312 (29-for-93) with four homers and 11 RBI in 26 games...went 11-for-20 (.550) with two doubles, two homers, five RBI, and eight runs scored in his final five games...With Vegas, hit .356 (42-for-118) against left-handers and .258 (88-for-341) against right-handers...Hit three first-inning leadoff home runs: April 27 vs. Portland, June 14 at Salt Lake (first game of doubleheader), and July 25 vs. Omaha 2007 Missed the entire season after suffering a torn left hamstring while attempting to catch a fly ball on March 22 during Spring Training...Was batting .333 (9-for-27) with a .419 on-base percentage, .519 slugging percentage, and one spring homer at the time of the injury...Underwent surgery on March 28 to reattach his hamstring tendons 2006 Finished the year with a .254 average (33-for-130), three homers, 16 RBIs and 10 stolen bases, which was third on the club. Played 40 games in center field, 13 in left and 13 in right. ... Made 21 starts in center, three in left and four in right. Was the Opening day center fielder after Kenny Lofton landed on the disabled list. ... Suffered a severely sprained left ankle on May 9 against Houston, crashing into the center-field wall in an attempt to rob a home run. Was placed on the disabled list May 11 and came off July 24, missing 67 games. At the time of his injury, was batting .304 (21-for-69) with three home runs, 12 RBIs and eight stolen bases in 25 contests. After missing 67 games, returned to the team and batted .133 in his first 15 games before going 8-for-35 in his last 30 games. ... Hit .344 (11-for-32) with a homer and 12 RBIs with runners in scoring position. Hit .328 (20-for-61) with three home runs, four doubles, a triple, 12 RBIs and six stolen bases in April. Accomplished the first multi-steal game of his career on May 6 vs. Milwaukee when he stole second and third as a pinch-runner...Was perfect on April 4 going 3-3 with a walk while driving in a run...Had his second three hit game of the season on Aug. 28 vs.the Reds and drove in two runs... Collected eight multi-hit games and five multi-RBI games on the season... Batted .303 (20-for-66) with a homer and team-high-tying 12 RBI in a team-high 29 Spring Training games... Underwent a surgical procedure to address plantar fascitis in his foot on Oct. 20. 2005 Appeared in the Major Leagues for the first time serving as the Dodgers most versatile outfielder, playing 58 games in center field, 24 in left and 42 in right ... Ranked ninth among National League rookies in stolen bases (5) and tied for fourth in both triples (3) and outfield assists (7) ... Had two extended stints with the Major League team, from Opening Day until May 25 and then from June 3 for the duration of the season during which time he hit .221 with 8 homers, 30 RBI and 43 runs scored in 276 at-bats ... Hit .304 (24-for-79) with 12 RBI in the month of July, including a career-high five-game hitting streak from July 4-8, during which he hit .500 (10-for-20) ... Made his Major League debut on April 6 at San Francisco, doubling home a run in the sixth inning for his first Major League hit, yet the RBI was removed when it was ruled that Cesar Izturis had missed third base ... Hit his first Major League home run on April 10 at Arizona against Oscar Villarreal ... Homered in his first at-bat at Dodger Stadium on April 12 vs. San Francisco ... Had two triples on Sept. 26 vs. Pittsburgh, marking the first time a Dodger has accomplished that feat since Eric Anthony on May 18, 1997 ... While playing for Triple-A Las Vegas, hit .387 (12-for-31) with three home runs and six RBI in eight games ... Led all Dodgers with 35 or more at-bats during Spring Training with a .325 batting average. 2004 Started season with Double-A Jacksonville, before earning a June promotion to Triple-A Las Vegas and becoming the 51s' regular center fielder...in a combined 121 games, batted .303 with 13 homers, six triples, 37 doubles, 60 RBI and 81 runs scored, all career highs...the 37 doubles topped all Dodger minor leaguers...had 46 multi-hit games, including two four-hit efforts, both for Las Vegas...in 46 games with Jacksonville, hit .291, collecting six homers, two triples, 11 doubles, 19 RBI, 26 runs scored and 10 stolen bases...played all three outfield positions, including 33 in left field...for Las Vegas in 75 games, hit .311 with seven homers, four triples, 26 doubles, 41 RBI and 55 runs scored...during August, hit .333 (36-for-108) in 25 games with 15 doubles, two triples, one homer, 19 RBI and 19 runs scored...put together a 13-game hitting streak for Jacksonville from April 24-May 7, during which he batted .426 (23-for-54), compiling two homers, a pair of doubles, seven RBI and 10 runs scored....got a hit in 19 of 20 games from April 27-May 7...batted .318 (27-for-85), stealing eight bases in 22 April contests...had a nine-game hitting streak for Las Vegas from Aug. 20-28, batting .349 (15-for-43) and racking up eight doubles, a triple and seven RBI...following the season, played for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League and tied for the league lead with eight homers, batting .291 and adding seven doubles, two triples, 25 RBI and 20 runs in 31 contests...was named as a right fielder on the AFL All-Prospect Team, as selected by league managers and coaches. 2003 Spent the entire season with Double-A Jacksonville appearing in 119 games ... Hit .240 with 10 home runs, 14 doubles, five triples, 62 runs scored, 23 RBI and 21 stolen bases ... Played 72 games in left field, 39 in center and two in right for the Suns. 2002 Played in 120 games for Single-A Vero Beach, predominantly in center field after three seasons as a shortstop ... Selected to play in the Florida State League All-Star Game during a season in which he tallied a .272 average, 29 doubles, 29 stolen bases, nine home runs, 53 RBI and 73 runs scored. 2001 Hampered by a back injury, saw action in only 88 games for Single-A Wilmington ... The injury stemmed from a broken vertebrae on the right side of his back in 2000...doctors told to play as hard as possible and dive as much as possible in order to break the vertabrae on the opposite side (left) in his back in order to break a vertebrae the other side, which he did ... Entered campaign rated as the Dodgers fourth-best prospect by Baseball America. 2000 Suffered a torn hamstring during Extended Spring Training and was limited to just eight games for Single-A Yakima. 1999 Started his pro career with an impressive campaign for Rookie-level Great Falls picking up a Pioneer League All-Star selection ... Tied for the league lead with nine triples, which was also second-best among all short-season minor leaguers ... Led Great Falls in batting average (.304), home runs (8) and RBI (32) while also scoring 51 runs and stealing 12 bases in 49 games.