Bryan LaHair

Bryan LaHair #6

  • 1B
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 5" /245

Bryan LaHair MLB Career Stats

535 .260 21 56 4 .764

Bryan LaHair Bio

  • Full Name: Bryan Allan LaHair
  • Born: 11/5/1982 in Worcester, MA
  • Draft: 2002, Seattle Mariners, 39th rd. (1180th overall)
  • College: St. Petersburg College
  • Debut: 7/18/2008
  • Last Game: 10/3/2012
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MLB Career Stats 535 66 139 21 56 4 .260 .334 .764


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Bryan LaHair Stats

*Since 2006

Bryan LaHair Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
*Since 2006

Bryan LaHair Statcast Events


Bryan LaHair Awards

NL All-Star

Year Team League
2012 Chi Cubs NL

Baseball America Minor League All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Iowa PCL

MiLB Joe Bauman Home Run Award

Year Team League
2011 Iowa PCL Best Hitter of the Year

Year Team League
2011 Iowa PCL Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2010 Chi Cubs NL
2011 Chi Cubs NL Best Offensive Player

Year Team League
2011 Iowa PCL Triple-A Best Hitter of the Year

Year Team League
2011 Iowa PCL

Topps Triple-A All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Iowa PCL

Baseball America Triple-A All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Iowa PCL

PCL Most Valuable Player

Year Team League
2011 Iowa PCL

PCL Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2009 Tacoma PCL
2011 Iowa PCL

PCL Player of the Week

Week Team League
08/13/2006 Tacoma PCL
08/02/2010 Iowa PCL

PCL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Iowa PCL

TEX Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2006 San Antonio TEX

CAL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Inland Empire CAL

Bryan LaHair Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
April 3, 2015 Pawtucket Red Sox released 1B Bryan LaHair.
April 3, 2015 Boston Red Sox released 1B Bryan LaHair.
January 30, 2015 1B Bryan LaHair assigned to Pawtucket Red Sox.
January 26, 2015 Boston Red Sox signed free agent 1B Bryan LaHair to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
April 26, 2014 Bryan LaHair assigned to Akron RubberDucks from Mahoning Valley Scrappers.
April 23, 2014 1B Bryan LaHair assigned to Mahoning Valley Scrappers from Columbus Clippers.
April 3, 2014 1B Bryan LaHair assigned to Columbus Clippers.
February 5, 2014 Cleveland Indians signed free agent 1B Bryan LaHair to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 21, 2012 Chicago Cubs released 1B Bryan LaHair.
November 20, 2012 Chicago Cubs designated RF Bryan LaHair for assignment.
September 2, 2011 Chicago Cubs selected the contract of RF Bryan LaHair from Iowa Cubs.
December 15, 2010 Chicago Cubs invited non-roster LF Bryan LaHair to spring training.
November 18, 2010 Iowa Cubs signed free agent Bryan LaHair.
November 6, 2010 OF Bryan LaHair elected free agency.
April 5, 2010 OF Bryan LaHair assigned to Iowa Cubs from Chicago Cubs.
January 13, 2010 Chicago Cubs signed free agent LF Bryan LaHair to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 9, 2009 LF Bryan LaHair elected free agency.
October 29, 2009 Seattle Mariners sent LF Bryan LaHair outright to Tacoma Rainiers.
October 19, 2009 Bryan LaHair roster status changed by Seattle Mariners.

Bryan Allan LaHair Bio Info

Bryan, who made his major league debut in 2008, enters his third season with the Cubs after spending the previous seven seasons in the Mariners system...enjoyed a breakout 2011 season with Triple-A Iowa, culminating with a September call-up...In 65 major league games with the Mariners (2008) and Cubs (2011), has batted .262 with five home runs and 16 RBI...Owns a .295 career batting average with 262 doubles, 159 home runs and 651 RBI in 970 minor league contests...Was named the 2011 Pacific Coast League Most Valuable Player, and was named to the all-PCL Team...named the Iowa Cubs MVP as well as the Cubs Minor League Player of the Year...Additionally, was named a 2011 Topps Triple-A All-Star...Attended St. Petersburg College in St. Petersburg, Fla....named All-Conference First Team, hitting .375 with 23 doubles, eight triples and 62 RBI...Graduated from Holy Name Cathedral Catholic High School in Worcester, Mass. 2011 Bryan was named the Pacific Coast League Most Valuable Player with Triple-A Iowa and earned a September promotion with Chicago...he was also named a Topps Triple-A All-Star...selected by the Cubs, September 2, he hit .288 (17-for-59) with five doubles, a triple, two homers and six RBI in 20 games for Chicago...Led minor league baseball with an Iowa franchise-record 38 home runs, and led the PCL with 76 extra-base hits, 303 total bases, a .664 slugging percentage and a 1.070 OPS...tied for the PCL lead with 109 RBI. Ranked seventh in the PCL with a .331 batting average, fourth with 38 doubles and fifth with 91 runs scored...The 38 homers for Iowa surpassed Joe Hicks in 1984 (37), and he joins Mel Hall (1982) as only the second player in franchise history with at least 30 homers and 30 doubles in the same season...Became only the seventh PCL player in the last 15 seasons to record at least 300 total bases...Was named a mid-season PCL All-Star and participated in the Triple- A Home Run Derby...With the Cubs, made nine starts in right field and five starts in left field...played four games (two starts) at first base...marked his first big league action in the outfield...Hit safely in 13 of his 19 games played with an at-bat...hit safely in 11 of his 16 starts...Made his Cubs debut, September 4 vs. Pittsburgh, going 2-for-4 with a RBI while manning left field...was his first big league action since 2008 with Seattle...Belted a game-tying two-run pinch-home run with two outs in the ninth inning, September 6, off the Reds Mike Leake...was his first big league home run since September 20, 2008 at Oakland, while with Seattle. 2010 In his first season in the Cubs organization, Bryan hit .308 (130-for-422) with 51 walks, 71 runs, 30 doubles, 25 homers, 81 RBI and a .385 on-base percentage in 125 games with Triple-A Iowa...Led the Pacific Coast League with nine intentional walks...Tied for the club lead in homers and was third in games played and hits...Owned a .316 average or better in three separate months: .323 in April, .395 in July and .316 in August...Hit at a .311 clip (76-for-244) prior to the All-Star break compared to a .303 average (54-for-178) in the second half of the season...Hit .337 (105-for-312) with a 1.034 OPS against right-handed pitchers...Produced a .370 batting average (27-for-73) when leading off an inning...Boasted a .325 batting average (68-for-209) with runners on and a .318 average (28-for-88) with runners on and two outs...Garnered a .364 mark (4-for-11) with two doubles and two RBI as a pinch-hitter...Was named PCL Offensive Player of the Week for the week of July 26- August 1 ... he hit .455 (10-for-22) with seven runs, two doubles, four homers and 14 RBI during the span...Clubbed a season-high three home runs, July 30 at Oklahoma City ... he finished the contest 4-for-7 with the three clouts, three runs scored and a season-high seven RBI...It was his second game of the season with six or more RBI, as he previously turned the trick, May 5 at New Orleans (six RBI)...Rode an eight-game hitting streak, August 25-September 1 ... posted a .444 average (16-for-36) with nine runs, four homers, eight RBI and five multi-hit efforts in that span...Recorded a .292 average (7-for-24) and five RBI in seven games with the Estrellas de Oriente of the Dominican Winter League. 2009 Bryan batted .289 (132-for-457) in 121 games with Triple-A Tacoma, setting a career high with 26 home runs...Recorded 35 multi-hit affairs, including three season-high four-hit contests...Batted .313 (101-for-323) against right-handed pitchers compared to a .231 average (31-for-134) off southpaws...Went 74-for-226 (.327) with 18 doubles and 68 RBI with runners on ... hit .313 (40-for-128) with runners in scoring position...Batted .322 (39-for-121) with 23 RBI as a first baseman...Collected a season-high five RBI June 15 at Portland, going 3-for-5 with a run, a double, a homer and the five RBI...Hit .379 (33-for-87) with a 1.134 OPS and 16 RBI in 23 July games ... boasted a .433 on-base percentage and a .701 slugging percentage...Batted .294 (53-for-180) with 34 RBI following the All-Star Break. 2008 Began season with Tacoma (AAA), but finished the year with Seattle after being recalled on July 18...Was one of five players to make Major League debut with the Mariners...Appeared in 45 games, including making 39 starts (33 at 1B, 6 at DH)...Made Major League debut as a pinch hitter on July 18 vs. Cleveland, grounding into a double play...Made first career start at first base on July 19 vs. Cleveland, going 0x3 with a walk...Recorded first Major League hit July 22 vs. Boston, a single to right field off Daisuke Matsuzaka...later scored on Ichiro's double for first career run scored...Hit first career home run in second inning off Scott Feldman, July 28 at Texas...Went 3x4 with 3 runs scored, a home run and RBI, July 29 at Texas...Hit home runs in back-to-back games July 28-29 at Texas, becoming the first Mariners rookie to homer in consecutive games since Kenji Johjima in 2006...Hit safely in 20 of 23 games from July 22-Aug. 17 (24x75/.320), after opening ML career 0-for-8...Recorded career-high 2 RBI Sept. 20 at Oakland...went 1x2 with a run scored, 2-run home run and 3 walks in the game...Played in 86 games with the Rainiers prior to being recalled...appeared in 74 games at first base, 5 games in left field and 8 games as the designated hitter...Recorded 2 home runs April 13 at Colorado Springs (G1), going 2x3, with 2 runs scored, 2 home runs and 3 RBI...Recorded seven 3-hit games (season-high), including back-to-back games with 3 hits, April 14 at Colorado Springs and April 15 at Fresno...Recorded season-high 9-game hit streak, June 28-July 14, batting .343 (12x35) with 5 runs, 5 doubles, a home run and 9 RBI...also recorded an RBI in 8 consecutive games, June 28-July 13...Hit .286 (70x245) with 34 runs scored, 24 doubles, 1 triple, 11 home runs and 47 RBI vs. right-handed pitchers, compared to .183 (13x71) vs. lefties. 2007 Spent the entire season on the 40-man roster at AAA Tacoma...recalled to Seattle on Sept. 17, but did not report...appeared in 138 games for the Rainiers, batting .275 (152x552) with 46 doubles, 2 triples, 12 home runs and 81 RBI...made 132 starts, all at first base...led the team and ranked 2nd in the PCL with 46 doubles...also 7th in the minors in doubles...also ranked 2nd on the team in at-bats (552) and hits (152), and 3rd in RBI (81)...recorded 38 multi-hit games, including three 4-hit contests...season-high 11-game hitting streak July 28-Aug. 7...combined to bat .317 (13x41) during the streak...11 of 12 home runs came in the final three months of the season...hit .303 (125x412) vs. right-handed pitching and .193 (17x140) vs. lefties...hit .309 (50x162) with RISP...batted .306 (38x124) over his final 32 games of the season and was a .303 (61x201) hitter following the All-Star break. 2006 Bryan was named Seattle's Minor League Most Valuable Player ... combined to hit .309 (131-for-424) with 58 runs, 22 doubles, 16 home runs and 74 RBI in 114 games between Double-A San Antonio and Triple-A Tacoma...Finished fourth among Mariners farmhands in home runs, RBI and average...Recorded 18 multi-hit games, including four three-hit games and one four-hit game...Named to the Texas League All-Star team, but was unable to play after being promoted to Tacoma June 12...Recorded a season-high 15-game hitting streak, June 16-July 7, batting .373 (22-for-59)...Named Pacific Coast League Player of the Week, August 7-13, after hitting .583 (14-for-24) with 12 runs, six home runs and 14 RBI...Hit seven home runs n an eight-game stretch, August 7-14...Hit safely in eight of his final nine games, August 6-15, batting .486 (18- for-37) with 14 runs, seven home runs and 15 RBI...Played for Team USA in the Olympic Qualifying Tournament. 2005 Saw action in 57 games with Single-A Everett, batting .244 (49-for-201) with 14 doubles, two homers and 20 RBI...Had 13 multi-hit games...Played mostly first base, but also saw action in left field and as the team's designated hitter. 2004 Appeared in 74 games between Single-A Everett and Single-A Wisconsin, batting .293 (84-for-287) with 30 doubles, six homers and 35 RBI...Opened the season with Everett, hitting safely in six of the seven games he appeared in ... it included four multi-hit affairs and six doubles...Earned a promotion to the Timber Rattlers June 26, homering in his first two games with the club (June 26-27)...Had a season-high 11-game hitting streak, July 15-25, batting .409...Led Wisconsin with 24 doubles, despite playing in only 67 games...Recorded 18 multi-hit games, including two three-hit affairs, with the Timber Rattlers. 2003 Bryan spent the season with Single-A Inland Empire, leading the farm system with 113 RBI and tied for second with 22 homers...Went 4-for-5 with two runs, two home runs and a career-high seven RBI, July 9 vs. Modesto...Recorded back-to-back five RBI games August 1 and 2...Had a season-high 15-game hitting streak, August 14-29, hitting .381 (24-for-63)...Hit .381 (48-for-126) with 27 runs, 17 extra-base hits and 36 RBI in 28 August games...Recorded 47 multi-hit games, including five four-hit games and 13 threehit games...Had 25 multi-RBI games, including nine games with four or more RBI...Hit .354 (64-for-181) with runners in scoring position...Named Inland Empire's MVP by the Seattle Mariners...Was a member of the United States World qualifying baseball team.