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Rob Johnson MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.200 8 64 6 .570

Rob Johnson Bio

  • Full Name: Robert James Johnson
  • Born: 7/22/1982 in Anaconda, MT
  • Draft: 2004, Seattle Mariners, 4th rd. (123rd overall)
  • College: Houston
  • Debut: September 4, 2007
  • Ret., Final Game: 9/14/2013
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 736 62 147 8 64 6 .200 .275 .570

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Awards

Rob Johnson Awards

Baseball America Triple-A All-Star

Year Team League
2008 Tacoma PCL

PCL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2008 Tacoma PCL

MID Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Wisconsin MID

Rob Johnson Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
February 10, 2014 San Diego Padres signed free agent RHP Rob Johnson to a minor league contract.
November 4, 2013 C Rob Johnson elected free agency.
November 1, 2013 St. Louis Cardinals activated C Rob Johnson.
October 3, 2013 St. Louis Cardinals reassigned C Rob Johnson to the minor leagues.
July 9, 2013 St. Louis Cardinals selected the contract of C Rob Johnson from Memphis Redbirds.
May 19, 2013 Rob Johnson roster status changed by Memphis Redbirds.
May 12, 2013 Memphis Redbirds placed C Rob Johnson on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to May 11, 2013.
November 13, 2012 St. Louis Cardinals signed free agent C Rob Johnson to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 17, 2012 C Rob Johnson elected free agency.
October 16, 2012 New York Mets sent Rob Johnson outright to Las Vegas 51s.
September 4, 2012 Rob Johnson roster status changed by New York Mets.
August 15, 2012 New York Mets optioned Rob Johnson to Buffalo Bisons.
August 15, 2012 New York Mets placed C Rob Johnson on the 15-day disabled list. Torn ligament in his left thumb.
July 26, 2012 New York Mets recalled Rob Johnson from Buffalo Bisons.
June 1, 2012 New York Mets optioned Rob Johnson to Buffalo Bisons.
May 8, 2012 New York Mets selected the contract of Rob Johnson from Buffalo Bisons.
May 2, 2012 Rob Johnson roster status changed by Buffalo Bisons.
April 25, 2012 Buffalo Bisons placed C Rob Johnson on the 7-day disabled list.
April 5, 2012 C Rob Johnson assigned to Buffalo Bisons.
December 22, 2011 New York Mets signed free agent C Rob Johnson to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 25, 2011 C Rob Johnson elected free agency.
December 21, 2010 Seattle Mariners traded C Rob Johnson to San Diego Padres.
December 13, 2010 Seattle Mariners designated Rob Johnson for assignment.
October 13, 2010 Seattle Mariners activated C Rob Johnson.
September 4, 2010 Rob Johnson roster status changed by Tacoma Rainiers.
August 3, 2010 Seattle Mariners optioned C Rob Johnson to Tacoma Rainiers.
June 19, 2009 Rob Johnson roster status changed by Seattle Mariners.
June 13, 2009 Seattle Mariners placed C Rob Johnson on the bereavement list.
September 2, 2008 C Rob Johnson roster status changed by Tacoma Rainiers.
July 11, 2008 Tacoma Rainiers placed C Rob Johnson on the temporarily inactive list.

Robert James Johnson Bio Info

Robert James (Rob) Johnson graduated from Butte Central High School in Montana...Attended Saddleback Junior College in Mission Viejo, CA, where he batted .380 and .492 during his two years...Hit .342 his one year at the University of Houston...A sister, Kelly, played basketball at Illinois State and presently is the head prep coach at the Air Force Academy, and another sister, Carley, played basketball at St. Mary's College in Kansas. 2011 Spent the entire year with the Padres, making 54 starts and playing in 67 games...Fashioned a 3.26 catchers ERA, the fifth-best among major league catchers with 50 or more starts and third-best among National League catchers...Tied his career-high with three hits, twice: April 16 at Houston and July 20 at Florida...Knocked in three runs for the third time in his career, August 6 at Pittsburgh...The last time was on July 3, 2009, Seattle at Boston...Over his first 13 games after the All-Star break, from July 14-August 6, he hit .268 (11-41) with four doubles, one triple and eight RBI...Hit a pinch-hit two-run double on July 31 at Colorado, the first pinch-hit of his major league career...Compiled a .271 (13-48) batting mark in July...Hit a career-best three home runs. 2010 Spent time at both Seattle and Triple-A Tacoma, making 57 starts behind the plate for the Mariners...Began the season with the Mariners, appearing in 61 games before being optioned to Tacoma 8/3...Threw out 12 of 34 (35.3%) of would-be base stealers...Hit .250 (24-for-96) in 32 road games compared to .122 (10-for-82) in 29 home games...Connected for two home runs, both against OAK...three of his five Major League homers have come against the A's...Underwent three offseason surgeries prior to the start of the 2010 season...repaired torn labrums on his right (10/15) and left hip (11/3)...also had surgery on his left wrist (11/17). 2009 Spent first full season in the Majors...appeared in 80 games and made 75 starts behind the plate...Mariners went 46-29 (.613) in his starts...Led all ML catchers and set a club record with a 3.22 Catchers ERA (min. 75 G)...Caught Felix Hernandez in 23 of his 34 starts...Felix posted a 2.01 ERA (40 ER, 178.2 IP) in those games...Tied club record with 3 doubles July 3 at Boston...only second time a Seattle catcher has collected 3 doubles in a game (Ben Davis, 6/21/03 vs. SD)...Threw out 17 of 58 attempted base stealers (29.3%)...threw out 4 of 8 in last month of the season...T2nd in the AL with 9 passed balls...Recorded a hit in 18 of 23 games from July 1-Aug. 12...batted .300 (24x80) with 7 doubles, 1 home run and 9 RBI during the stretch...Underwent three off-season surgeries: repaired torn labrums on his right (10/15) and left hip (11/3) performed by Dr. Marc Philippon in Vail, CO...also had surgery on his left wrist on Nov. 17 performed by Dr. Carlton Keck. 2008 Started the season at Tacoma (AAA), but finished season with Seattle after being recalled on Sept. 2...Appeared in 20 games with Seattle, including making 10 starts (7 at C, 2 at DH)...Made first career Major League start a catcher on Sept. 3 at Texas, going 0x2...Hit first career home run Sept. 26 vs. Oakland, a two-run shot off Jerry Blevins in 5th inning...also recorded first career multi-hit game...Spent majority of the season with Tacoma, leading the team in average (.305)...also set career-highs in hits (127) and doubles (30), while tying his career-high in home runs (9)...Named Pacific Coast League Catcher of the Year...threw out 37.3% of base stealers (28 CS, 47 SB), 4th-highest caught stealing percentage among catchers in the PCL...Recorded three season-high 9-game hitting streaks...June 20-July 1 (14x32/.438), July 5-20 (17x37/.459) and July 30-Aug. 9 (13x32/.406)...Recorded second career multi-home run game on June 15 at Sacramento (also: 5/30/05 at Quad Cities with Wisconsin)...went 3x4 with 2 runs scored, a double, 2 home runs and season-high 5 RBI in the game...Hit safely in 33 of his final 38 games of the season from July 5-Aug. 31, batting .377 (58x154) with 26 runs, 10 doubles, 5 home runs and 25 RBI...during this stretch raised his season average from .262 to .305...Hit .392 (31x79) with 16 runs, 7 doubles, 4 home runs and 10 RBI in 20 games in July...Had 36 multi-hit games, including 5 three-hit games and 2 season-high four-hit games (July 25 at Las Vegas and July 28 at Memphis)...Hit .315 (103x327) with 48 runs, 23 doubles, 9 home runs and 44 RBI vs. right-handed pitchers, compared to .267 (24x90) vs. lefties...Hit .327 (36x110) with 37 RBI with RISP and .333 (18x54) with RISP and 2 outs. 2007 Spent the season with Tacoma, appearing in games at catcher, left field and designated hitter...recorded season-high 10-game hit streak, hitting .353 (12x34), April 6-21...hit .288 (21x73) vs. left-handed pitchers, compared to .216 (57x64) vs. righties...hit .271 (23x85) with runners in scoring position. 2006 Spent the season with Tacoma, appearing in games at catcher, left field and designated hitter...recorded season-high 10-game hit streak, hitting .353 (12x34), April 6-21...hit .288 (21x73) vs. left-handed pitchers, compared to .216 (57x64) vs. righties...hit .271 (23x85) with runners in scoring position. 2005 Started season with Wisconsin...season-high 9-game hit streak, batting .472 (17x36) with 9 runs, 3 doubles, 3 home runs and 9 RBI, May 21-31...promoted to Inland Empire on Aug. 2...hit home runs in back-to-back games Aug. 4 and 6...played on the USA Baseball World Cup qualifying team. 2004 Began pro career with Everett...played three positions, including designated hitter (13), catcher (6) and right field (1)...hit first career home run on July 18 at Eugene...participated in the Mariners 2004 Instructional League.