Travis Hanson #76

  • 3B
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 2" /205

Travis Hanson does not have any MLB stats for the 2007 season

Travis Hanson Bio

  • Full Name: Travis Osborn Hanson
  • Born: 1/24/1981 in Seattle, WA
  • Draft: 2002, St. Louis Cardinals, 9th rd. (282nd overall)
  • College: Portland
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Travis Hanson does not have any MLB stats for the 2007 season


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Travis Hanson Stats

*Since 2006

Travis Hanson Advanced Stats

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Travis Hanson Statcast Events


Travis Hanson Awards

TEX Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/03/2005 Springfield TEX

TEX Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Springfield TEX

TEX Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 Springfield TEX

Travis Hanson Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
August 22, 2007 3B Travis Hanson roster status changed by St. Louis Cardinals.
October 2, 2006 St. Louis Cardinals activated 3B Travis Hanson.
March 15, 2006 St. Louis Cardinals reassigned 3B Travis Hanson to the minor leagues.
November 18, 2005 St. Louis Cardinals purchased 3B Travis Hanson.

Travis Osborn Hanson Bio Info

Graduated from South Kitsap High School in Port Orchard, WA in 1999, earning two letters...was team captain his Senior year...took park in Connie Mack World Series in 1999...was a three-year letter winner for the University of Portland (2000-02) where he was an all-Academic West Coast Conference selection in 2001...enjoys fishing and golf...was scouted by Dane Walker...resides in Portland, OR. 2006 Split the season between Triple-A Memphis and Double-A Springfield. Was the starting third baseman at Memphis in the season opener and played 67 games for the Redbirds before being sent to Springfield on 6/22...Combined to hit .223 (106-for-475) with three home runs and 38 RBI in 132 games played on the season...Went 3-for-29 (.103) in his first eight Triple-A games and hit .167 in 21 April games, but rebounded by batting .291 in May...Appeared in two games at second base, his first pro action there, including a start on 5/18 vs. Portland...Collected four hits and scored three times with a pair of RBI on 5/3 vs. New Orleans. Had nine multi-hit games at Memphis...His batting average peaked at .253 on 6/4 before a slump during which he went 4-for-45 (.089) in his final 14 games dropped the average to .220...Hit safely in four of his first five games at Springfield from 6/22-27, going 8-for-20 (.400)...Strung a five-game hitting streak from 7/7-12 that raised his batting average to .284 after 18 games with Springfield...Matched his season high with four hits on 7/31 vs. Tulsa. Had 17 multi-hit games for Springfield...Batted .184 in 30 games played during the season's final two months. 2005 Established career highs for both homers (20) and RBI (97) in his first season of play at Double-A level and earned Cardinals Minor League Player of the Year selection as he fought back from ankle injury that derailed his 2004 season... his 97 RBI was tops among STL minor leaguers and ranked 2nd in the Texas League, two shy of Arkansas' Mike Napoli...led the league in total bases (250) and was 4th in hits (155)...topped Texas League third basemen in putouts (95), assists (264) and errors (36)...selected as the third baseman on the Texas League's postseason All-Star team and was rated the organization's 7th-best prospect by Baseball America...also drew Topps/Double-Apost season honors... named Cardinals' Minor League Player of the Month for May, when he batted .303 with five home runs & 23 RBI in 29 games...batted .311 in June and .310 in August...had a total of six games with 4 or more RBI...had monthly-high RBI totals of 25 in both July and August...posted .301 batting marks both at home and against LHP's...had a .331 BA (51-154) w/RISP and hit .500 (7-14) with the bases loaded, including one grand slam...batted .261 with a home run and eight RBI in 23 games for Surprise of the Arizona Fall League...committed zero errors in 21 games at third base for of 24 players to represent the U.S. at the CONCEBE Regional Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Phoenix...went 4-for-12 (.333) with three RBI in four games for the undefeated U.S. squad (5-0). 2004 Season was limited to just 57 games by a fractured left ankle that he suffered while sliding into a base on 6/3 vs. St. Lucie...collected 35 RBI in his 57 games with Palm Beach of the Class-A Florida State League and was named to the FSL All- Star team...played primarily as a 2nd baseman before sitting out remainder of the season following injury. 2003 Jump to Midwest League (A) produced another All-Star campaign...Named Midwest League All-Star at third base and was selected to the Baseball America Low Class A All-Star team...collected 146 hits, 2nd-most among Cardinals minor leaguers...hit a career-high 31 doubles and scored 70 runs...ranked 4th in league with 136 games played, all but one coming at third base. 2002 Hit a solid .294 for New Jersey (A) of NY-Penn League in his first professional season...earned league All-Star selection...ranked 3rd in hits (80) and 10th in batting.