Jack Hannahan

Jack Hannahan #9

  • 3B
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 2" /210

Jack Hannahan MLB Career Stats

1650 .231 29 175 6 .660

Jack Hannahan Bio

  • Full Name: John Joseph Hannahan
  • Born: 3/4/1980 in St. Paul, MN
  • Draft: 2001, Detroit Tigers, 3rd rd. (87th overall)
  • College: Minnesota
  • Debut: 5/25/2006
  • Last Game: 9/27/2014
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MLB Career Stats 1650 167 381 29 175 6 .231 .314 .660


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Jack Hannahan Stats

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Jack Hannahan Advanced Stats

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Season SO Rank
2008 131 8th in AL

Jack Hannahan Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
October 30, 2014 1B Jack Hannahan elected free agency.
July 27, 2014 Cincinnati Reds activated 1B Jack Hannahan from the 60-day disabled list.
July 17, 2014 DH Jack Hannahan assigned to Louisville Bats.
July 17, 2014 Cincinnati Reds sent 3B Jack Hannahan on a rehab assignment to Louisville Bats.
July 8, 2014 Cincinnati Reds sent 3B Jack Hannahan on a rehab assignment to Dayton Dragons.
March 30, 2014 Cincinnati Reds placed 3B Jack Hannahan on the 60-day disabled list. Recovering from October 2013 right shoulder surgery
December 13, 2012 Cincinnati Reds signed free agent 3B Jack Hannahan.
November 30, 2012 3B Jack Hannahan elected free agency.
June 15, 2012 Cleveland Indians activated 3B Jack Hannahan from the 15-day disabled list.
June 12, 2012 sent 3B Jack Hannahan on a rehab assignment to Lake County Captains.
June 11, 2012 sent 3B Jack Hannahan on a rehab assignment to Columbus Clippers.
May 28, 2012 Cleveland Indians placed 3B Jack Hannahan on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 27, 2012. Strained left calf.
August 8, 2011 Cleveland Indians activated 3B Jack Hannahan from the paternity list.
March 30, 2011 Cleveland Indians selected the contract of 3B Jack Hannahan from Columbus Clippers.
December 7, 2010 Columbus Clippers signed free agent Jack Hannahan.
December 4, 2010 Cleveland Indians signed free agent 3B Jack Hannahan to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 5, 2010 3B Jack Hannahan elected free agency.
July 22, 2010 Tacoma Rainiers traded 3B Jack Hannahan to Pawtucket Red Sox.
June 1, 2010 Seattle Mariners sent Jack Hannahan outright to Tacoma Rainiers.
May 28, 2010 Tacoma Rainiers designated 3B Jack Hannahan for assignment.
May 28, 2010 Seattle Mariners designated 3B Jack Hannahan for assignment.
April 30, 2010 Seattle Mariners optioned Jack Hannahan to Tacoma Rainiers.
April 16, 2010 3B Jack Hannahan assigned to Tacoma Rainiers.
March 31, 2010 Jack Hannahan roster status changed by Seattle Mariners.
July 11, 2009 West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Traded RHP Justin Souza to Midland RockHounds and Oakland Athletics Traded 3B Jack Hannahan to Seattle Mariners.
June 29, 2009 Oakland Athletics optioned 3B Jack Hannahan to Sacramento River Cats.
June 29, 2009 Oakland Athletics optioned Jack Hannahan to Sacramento River Cats.
April 24, 2009 Oakland Athletics recalled Jack Hannahan from Sacramento River Cats.

John Joseph Hannahan Bio Info

In 1998 graduated from Cretin-Derham High School in St. Paul, MN...attended the University of Minnesota, where as a junior in 2000 he was Big Ten Player of the Year (.372, 15hr, 63rbi)...that season led the conference in runs (65), home runs and RBI and was a third-team All-America selection by Baseball America...in his 3-year career for the Gophers hit .352 with 27hr and 136rbi...follow on Twitter at @JackHannahan9.


In his first season with the Reds made 83 apps and 25 starts (22gs at 3B, 1gs at 2B on 6/5 vs Col, 1gs at 1B on 6/14 vs Mil, 1gs at DH on 5/29 at Cle)...on 6/5 vs Col made his second career appearance and only career start at 2B...made his only other career appearance at 2B on 6/27/09 for Oak vs Col...tied Xavier Paul and Derrick Robinson for the club lead with 9 pinch hits...in the sixth inning of the 6-0 win on 9/11 vs Cubs hit a 3-run HR off Jeff Samardzija, his only homer of the season and the first pinch-hit HR of his career...was on the Wild Card playoff roster but did not appear in the 6-2 loss at Pit.

2012 Made 105 apps for the Indians ... played 3B (96g, 80gs), SS (7g) and 1B (2g, 1gs) ... hit .302 with runners on base ... beginning 8/25 hit .352 in his last 22 apps of the season, including .400 in his last 13g. 2011 Turned in a fine season at the hot corner, leading American League third basemen in fielding percentage while hitting .368 over the final six weeks of the season...Made the club out of spring training as a spring invitee and hit .273 (21- 77) in April with 4 2B, 4HR & 14 RBI in 22 games (.829OPS) ...Had a 9-game hitting streak from April 20-29...Hit a combined .187 (31-166) in May/June/July in 60 games w/1HR & 9 RBI (.547OPS) before catching fire over the last 6 weeks of the season...From August 13 thru the end of the season he hit .368 (28-76) with 4 2B, 3HR & 17 RBI in 25 games (.991OPS) and from August 23 thru the end of the season he hit .367 (22-60) with 3 2B, 3HR & 15 RBI in 19 games (.985OPS)...Missed 14 games from September 5-19 with a strained left calf suffered running the bases in Kansas City the day before... Was on the Paternity List, August 5-8...Appeared in 104 games at third base (88GS) and recorded an American League best .983 (296TC, 5E) fielding percentage... Ended the season w/a 37-game errorless streak and did not make an error in the second half (last error 7/9/2011)...Homered in back-to-back games for the first time in his career on August 30-31...Enjoyed the third and fourth 2HR games of his career on April 26 vs. Kansas City and August 31 vs. Oakland (3-7, 2HR, 3RBI) which also included the game-winning hit in the 16th inning...Hit .420 (21-50) in August with 3HR & 13RBI in 18 games...Overall in the second half he hit .322 (29-90) with 4 2B, 3HR & 17 RBI in 36 games (.871OPS)... His .322 average was the 14th highest mark in the AL in the second half (min 100PA)...Hit .377 (23-61) with RISP and .333 (9-27) with RISP and 2-outs...Hit .222 (51-230) in the first half (.659OPS)...OPS vs. LHP as .811 compared to .673 vs. RHP. 2010 Hannahan split 2010 between Triple-A Tacoma (Seattle) and Triple-A Pawtucket (Boston) where he hit a combined .237 (79-334) with 17 doubles, 9HR & 45 RBI in 96 games (.340OB/.374SLG/.714OPS)....Began the season on the DL after injuring his groin in spring training and was designated for assignment and later outrighted to Tacoma at the end of May...Was acquired by the Red Sox on July 22 and spent the rest of the minor league season with the PawSox. 2009 Acquired from Oakland on July 11 in exchange for minor league RHP Justin Souza...Split the season between Oakland, Seattle and Sacramento (A's AAA)...Hit 2 home runs on July 21 at Detroit, becoming the first player since Jose Vidro (4/15/07) to record multi-homer game without a previous Mariner HR...With Mariners hit .230 (34x148) with 8 doubles, 3 home runs, 11 RBI in 51 games...Hit .306 (19x62) with 3 runs, 1 double, 2 home runs, 5 RBI, .394 OBP in 19 games July 21-Aug 16...In 21 games at AAA hit .222 (18x81) with 7 doubles, 2 home runs and 11 RBI...with Oakland hit .193 (23x119) with 6 doubles, 2 triples, 1 home run and 8 RBI in 52 games. 2008 Started a team leading 106 games at third base for the injured Eric Chavez and was one of the top fielding third basemen in the American League...however, hit .218, which was the lowest batting average in the majors...he became the sixth player in Oakland history to finish last in the AL in batting and four of those six had the lowest average in the majors, most recently Nick Swisher in 2005 (.236)...had the fifth lowest batting average in Oakland history and the lowest since Scott Brosius hit .203 in 1997...had the second lowest slugging percentage (.342) and average with runners in scoring position (.155) in the AL and the sixth lowest on-base percentage (.305)...his mark with RISP was the third lowest by an Athletic since 1974 (Brosius, .121 in 1997 and Weiss, .138 in 1992)...also ranked sixth in the AL in pitches per plate appearance (4.19) and tied for eighth in strikeouts (131)...grounded into just five double plays for an average of 87.2 at bats per GIDP, which was fifth lowest in the AL...committed nine errors in 126 games at third base for a .9697 fielding percentage, which ranked second best among AL third basemen to the Yankees Alex Rodriguez, who had a mark of .9701...also ranked fourth among AL third basemen in double plays (24)...had nine home runs and 47 RBI in 143 games overall...batted .223 (73 for 328) with all nine of his home runs and 39 of his 47 RBI against right-handed pitching, compared to .204 (22 for 108) against lefthanders... his average against righties was the lowest mark in the majors...has hit 11 of his 12 career home runs off righties...his .155 average with RISP dropped to .109 with RISP and two outs...now has a .195 (30 for 154) career average with RISP...had a roller coaster season as he hit .182 in April, .253 in May, .189 in June, .305 in July, .138 in August and .200 in September...hit .192 on the road...batted .286 during the day and .188 at night...now has a .281 (54 for 192) career average during the day and .204 (81 for 397) at night...had a .270 batting average with five of his nine home runs against AL West teams and .194 against everyone else...in addition to his playing time at third base, he also made 10 starts at first base and four at designated hitter...was also 2 for 9 (.222) with four strikeouts as a pinch hitter...started games at every spot in the order except three, four and five and had his best success with a .302 average in 34 games in the eight spot. 2007 Was acquired from the Detroit Tigers organization in a minor league trade in the middle of August a week and a half after Eric Chavez went on the disabled list and started 40 of the A's final 43 games at third base...batted .278 with three home runs and 24 RBI in 41 games with Oakland after spending the first four and a half months of the season at Triple-A Toledo...added 21 walks for a .369 on-base percentage and reached base safely via hit or walk in 36 of his 41 games...was 14 for 35 (.400) against left-handed pitching compared to a .239 (26 for 109) batting average against right-handers...hit .208 with the bases empty and .347 with runners on base...including .317 with runners in scoring position and .350 with RISP and two outs...batted .309 with 10 of his 24 RBI in the seventh inning or later...hit .323 against a pitcher the first time he saw him in a game, .242 the second time and .067 after that...started games at four different spots in the order, including 20 in the eight spot and 15 in the seven spot...was acquired from the Detroit Tigers organization on August 14 for outfielder Jason Perry in a minor league trade and reported directly to Oakland...went 0 for 9 with Detroit in 2006 and was 0 for his first 4 with Oakland before doubling off Mark Buehrle in the fifth inning on August 15 against Chicago for his first Major League hit...collected his first career RBI with a fourth inning single the next day against the White Sox...was 2 for 15 (.133) with one RBI over his first five games before putting together a 12-game hitting streak from August 19 to 31...hit .317 (13 for 41) with all three of his home runs and nine RBI during the streak...hit the first home run of his big league career on August 20 at Toronto, a three-run shot off Shaun Marcum in the third inning...had his first game-ending hit on August 29 against Toronto with an 11th inning single in the A's 5-4 win...did it again three games later on September 2 against Detroit with a RBI single in the bottom of the 10th...had a career high three hits in that game against the Tigers, a total he matched on September 16 against Texas...went 16 for 47 (.340) over a 12-game stretch from September 7 to 19 to boost his average to .296...then went 6 for 29 (.207) over his final eight games to finish the year at .278.

Hit .295 with 13 home runs and 63 RBI in 101 games with Toledo...added 76 walks for a .422 on-base percentage...led the International League in on-base percentage and finished second in walks...reached base safely via hit or walk in 92 of his 101 games...including his time with Oakland, he reached base safely in 128 out of 142 professional games...his home runs, RBI, walks and on-base percentage were minor league career highs as was his .476 slugging percentage...batted .307 (77 for 251) against right-handed pitching and .259 (22 for 85) against left-handers...hit in every spot in the order from third through eighth, including 30 games in the five spot and 23 each hitting fourth and seventh...batted .356 when hitting fifth and hit six of his 13 home runs from the seven spot...appeared in 37 games at second base, 35 at designated hitter, 21 at third base and seven at first base...did not commit an error in 71 chances at third base and made just three errors as a second baseman for a .985 fielding percentage...hit .347 as a second baseman but seven of his 13 home runs came as a designated hitter...hit .125 (4 for 32) over his first 10 games before hitting safely in a season high eight consecutive games from April 22 to May 2 (10 for 29, .345)...reached base safely via hit or walk in 32 consecutive games from April 19 to May 25...finished April with a .200 batting average but then hit .333 in May...had a season high four RBI on May 7 at Rochester and then had his first of seven three-hit games on May 9 against the Red Wings...was on the seven-day disabled list from May 26 to June 3 with a strained right quadriceps...was batting .268 with two home runs and 22 RBI over his first 47 games through June 10...then hit .481 (26 for 54) with six home runs, 22 RBI, 21 walks (.627 on-base percentage) and 18 runs scored over a 17-game stretch from June 11 to 28...capped that streak with a season high tying eight-game hitting streak from June 21 to 28 (12 for 23, .522)...had his lone two-homer game of the season on June 22 against Indianapolis...had a season high four walks on June 26 against Ottawa...finished June with a .375 batting average, seven home runs, 25 RBI, 26 walks (.528 on-base percentage) and 22 runs scored in 26 games...was batting .322 on June 28 but then went 31 for 125 (.248) over his final 36 games with the Mud Hens. 2006 Selected by Detroit on May 23 and made his Major League debut on May 25 at Kansas City...went 0-for-6 in stat at first base...went 0-for-9 with a walk and a strikeout in 3 games with the Tigers before he was optioned back to Toledo on May 31...led Toledo with 61 walks...his batting average (.282) was 10th best in the Detroit farm system... played for Cibao in the Dominican Winter League. 2005 Spent most of the season at Toledo (AAA)...missed 6 weeks of the season on the disabled list from June 27-Aug. 10 with a strained right hamstring...batted .450 with four walks and two RBI in seven postseason games to help the Mud Hens to their first International League title since 1967. 2004 Spent the entire season at Erie (AA) for the second consecutive year and hit .273 with 8 home runs and 39 RBI in 108 games...named Eastern League Player of the Week for May 10-16...on the disabled list from July 7 to 14 with back spasms...went 3-for-11 (.273) with a double in three playoff games for Erie. 2003 Batted .257 with 9 home runs and 45 RBI in 135 games at Erie...all of his defensive appearances came at third base and he led Eastern League third basemen in games (132), total chances (471), putouts (103), assists (334) and double plays (41)...posted a 17-game hitting streak Aug. 6-23, T5th-longest in the Eastern League. 2002 Began the season at Lakeland (A) and hit .272 with 6 home runs and 42 RBI in 66 games before he was promoted to Erie (AA) on June 19...selected to the Florida State League's Mid-Season All-Star team...named the FSL Player of the Week May 27-June 2 after batting .579 with 2 doubles, a home run and 9 RBI...played with Mesa of the Arizona Fall League. 2001 Made his professional debut at Oneonta (A) in the short-season New York-Penn League...hit .291 with 8 RBI in 14 games...promoted to West Michigan (A) in the Midwest League on July 16...batted .311 in 60 games overall...named the 10th-best prospect in the Tigers organization following the season by Baseball America.