Brandon Boggs #41

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  • B/T: S/R
  • 6' 0"/210

Brandon Boggs MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.209 10 43 4 .695

Brandon Boggs Bio

  • Full Name: Brandon Kyle Boggs
  • Born: 1/9/1983 in St. Louis, MO
  • Draft: 2004, Texas Rangers, 4th rd. (111th overall)
  • College: Georgia Tech
  • Debut: April 29, 2008
  • Last Game: 5/24/2011
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 326 34 68 10 43 4 .209 .315 .695

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Awards

Brandon Boggs Awards

PCL Player of the Week

Week Team League
05/03/2010 Okla. City PCL

Brandon Boggs Leaderboards

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Season 3B Rank
2008 4 19th in AL

Brandon Boggs Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
May 16, 2014 Atlanta Braves signed free agent OF Brandon Boggs to a minor league contract.
May 16, 2014 RF Brandon Boggs assigned to Gwinnett Braves.
March 29, 2014 Gwinnett Braves released OF Brandon Boggs.
March 2, 2014 OF Brandon Boggs assigned to Atlanta Braves.
May 7, 2013 OF Brandon Boggs assigned to Gwinnett Braves.
May 6, 2013 Atlanta Braves signed free agent LF Brandon Boggs to a minor league contract.
May 4, 2013 Rochester Red Wings released LF Brandon Boggs.
December 7, 2012 Minnesota Twins signed free agent LF Brandon Boggs to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 2, 2012 LF Brandon Boggs elected free agency.
April 5, 2012 LF Brandon Boggs assigned to Indianapolis Indians.
November 23, 2011 Pittsburgh Pirates signed free agent LF Brandon Boggs to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 14, 2011 LF Brandon Boggs elected free agency.
May 28, 2011 Nashville Sounds activated LF Brandon Boggs.
May 26, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers sent LF Brandon Boggs outright to Nashville Sounds.
May 6, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers selected the contract of Brandon Boggs from Nashville Sounds.
May 4, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers sent Brandon Boggs outright to Nashville Sounds.
April 22, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers selected the contract of Brandon Boggs from Nashville Sounds.
April 5, 2011 Brandon Boggs roster status changed by Milwaukee Brewers.
March 29, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers sent Brandon Boggs outright to Nashville Sounds.
December 1, 2010 Milwaukee Brewers signed free agent Brandon Boggs.
November 6, 2010 Brandon Boggs elected free agency.
September 3, 2010 Brandon Boggs assigned to Oklahoma City RedHawks from Texas Rangers.
September 1, 2010 Texas Rangers designated Brandon Boggs for assignment.
August 30, 2010 Texas Rangers optioned LF Brandon Boggs to Oklahoma City RedHawks.
August 15, 2010 Texas Rangers recalled Brandon Boggs from Oklahoma City RedHawks.
July 16, 2010 Brandon Boggs roster status changed by Oklahoma City RedHawks.
July 15, 2010 Brandon Boggs roster status changed by Oklahoma City RedHawks.
July 4, 2010 Oklahoma City RedHawks placed OF Brandon Boggs on the 7-day disabled list. sprained left wrist
April 18, 2010 Oklahoma City RedHawks activated OF Brandon Boggs from the 7-day disabled list.
April 10, 2010 Oklahoma City RedHawks placed LF Brandon Boggs on the 7-day disabled list. Right shoulder tendinitis.
March 24, 2010 Texas Rangers optioned LF Brandon Boggs to Oklahoma City RedHawks.
November 13, 2009 Brandon Boggs roster status changed by Texas Rangers.
September 1, 2009 Texas Rangers recalled LF Brandon Boggs from Oklahoma City RedHawks.
July 21, 2009 Brandon Boggs roster status changed by Oklahoma City RedHawks.
July 4, 2009 Oklahoma City RedHawks placed LF Brandon Boggs on the 7-day disabled list. Dislocated left shoulder.
June 26, 2009 Texas Rangers optioned LF Brandon Boggs to Oklahoma City RedHawks.
June 2, 2009 Texas Rangers recalled Brandon Boggs from Oklahoma City RedHawks.
April 27, 2009 Brandon Boggs roster status changed by Oklahoma City RedHawks.
April 24, 2009 Oklahoma City RedHawks placed OF Brandon Boggs on the bereavement list.

Brandon Kyle Boggs Bio Info

Brandon Kyle Boggs...2001 graduate of Pope (GA) High School, where he was a three-year letter winner...named All-Cobb County in 1999, 2000 and 2001 and named to the All-Region Team in 2000 and 2001...played summer ball with the East Cobb Yankees program and was the starting center fielder on the team that won the 1999 AAU World Series...helped East Cobb reach the Connie Mack World Series in 2001... played collegiately at Georgia Tech and hit .305 as a freshman in 2002. 2012 Signed with Pittsburgh as a free agent November 18, 2011 and spent the entire season with Triple-A Indianapolis. ... Hit three home runs in first six games and four in first 11 games April 6-16. ... Hit safely in season-high 10 straight games June 25-July 12. ... Batted .364 (28-for-77) with a .462 on-base percentage and 15 RBI in 24 June games. ... Hit .331 (41-for-124) off left-handed pitching and .228 (65-for-285) off right-handed pitching. 2011 Spent majority of season with Nashville (Brewers' AAA) and also had two separate stints with Milwaukee...Made 56 appearances (51 starts) in left field and 22 appearances (18 starts) in right field while playing with Nashville...Began season at the Triple-A level and homered in first game on 4/7...Hit .302 (13-for-43) with two homers and 10 RBI in 15 games thru 4/21 and was selected by Milwaukee on 4/22...Went 0-for-3 in two games off the bench before making first start with the Brewers in right field on 4/24 vs. Houston; homered off Wandy Rodriguez in his first at bat...Was outrighted to Nashville on 5/4...Accepted his assignment, but was recalled by Milwaukee on 5/6 when Nyjer Morgan went on the disabled list...Singled and swiped lone base with Milwaukee on 5/11 vs. San Diego...Made second and final start with the Brewers in center field on 5/14 vs. Pittsburgh and homered off Jeff Karstens...Went 0-for-4 with a walk in five pinch-hitting appearances from 5/15-24...Was outrighted to Nashville on 5/26 and finished his season at the Triple-A level...Homered twice on 6/19 at Memphis...Finished season hitting safely in six straight games, going 11-for-23 (.478) and raising average from .219 to .241. 2010 Batted .290 with 10 HR and 50 RBI in 103 games at Triple-A Oklahoma City...Was recalled by Texas on 8/15...Went 0-for-7 with a walk in 4 games with the Rangers, including 2 starts in right field...Made his starts on 8/16 at Tampa Bay and 8/19 at Baltimore...Was optioned back to Oklahoma City on 8/30...Was designated for assignment on 8/31...Cleared waivers on 9/3 and was outrighted to Oklahoma City...Signed as a free agent with Milwaukee on 11/24. 2009 Spent the majority of the season at Oklahoma City (AAA)...ranked among RedHawks leaders in walks (2nd, 59), home runs (4th, 8), steals (5th, 9), doubles (T5th, 15) and RBI (6th, 47)... appeared in 43 games in LF, 34 games in RF, 12 games in CF, and 7 games as the DH...committed just one error in 158 chances... reached base safely in 14 straight games to start the season from April 9-27, drawing 13 walks in that span (.406 OBP)...was on the OKC bereavement list, April 24-26...had season-high 7-game hit streak from April 28-May 6 at .360 (9-25) to rise from .226 to .269...had a .278 average with 2 homers and 25 RBI over 46 games before June 2 recall by Texas after Josh Hamilton was placed on the disabled list (abdominal strain)...played in just 9 games with the Rangers, going 1-for-17 (.059) at the plate...lone hit was a double, June 9 vs. Toronto...was 1-for-10 vs. left-handers and 0-for-7 vs. right-handers...went 0-for-2 with one walk and 2 strikeouts in 3 pinch-hit appearances...played 6 games in the outfield (3 - LF, 3 -CF)...started 3 games in LF and one game in CF...committed one error in 10 chances (June 6 at Boston)...was optioned back to Oklahoma City on June 25... suffered a dislocated left shoulder July 3 at Iowa and was on OKC DL, July 4-20...hit .245 (37-151) in final 41 games with the RedHawks after return to active roster...was recalled by Texas Sept. 1 and placed on the 60-day disabled list due to left shoulder injury for the remainder of the year...underwent left shoulder surgery Oct. 9. 2008 After a late April call-up when Hank Blalock went on the disabled list, Boggs was with the Rangers for the final 5 months of the season in his rookie campaign after having never played above Double-A...led the team with 59 starts in left field...batted .226 with 8 home runs, 17 doubles, and 41 RBI in 101 games...despite sporadic playing time for much of the year, ranked 8th on the team with 101 games played...also ranked among team leaders in triples (T2nd, 4), walks (6th, 44), and RBI (T8th)...averaged 4.32 pitches per plate appearance, most of any Texas batter with at least 300 PA's...had highest percentage of pitches taken among Rangers regulars (61.9%)...his 93 strikeouts was 4th-most on club...ranked among A.L. rookie leaders in walks (4th), triples (T4th), on-base pct. (9th, .333), slugging (10th, .399), and home runs (10th)...his 44 walks was T8th-most by any rookie in Texas history...he is one of just 4 first-year Rangers over the last 21 seasons (beginning 1988) to compile at least 40 walks in a campaign, also Rusty Greer (46 in 1994), Mark Teixeira (44 in 2003), and Ian Kinsler (40 in 2006)...tied with Marlon Byrd and Josh Hamilton for team lead with 7 outfield assists...the 7 outfield assists was 2nd-most among A.L. rookies behind only Cleveland's Ben Francisco (12)...had a .980 (3 E/148 TC) fielding pct. over 79 games/60 starts in the outfield, seeing action at all 3 outfield positions...had team-high 59 starts in left, 5 as DH, and one in right...hit almost the same vs. lefties (.227) and right-handers (.226), and also similar at home (.230) and on the road (.221)...hit .283 (13-46) in close-and-late situations...was 8-for-19 (.421) in 8 games against Kansas City and hit .344 (11-32) in 13 games versus Oakland...held a .308 (4-13) average as a pinch-hitter...was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma on April 29 and batted .385 (15-39) with 2 homers, a triple, 2 doubles, and 8 RBI over his first 11 big league games through May 9...had a .419 OBP and .641 slugging mark in that span...had a .278 (30-108) figure with 19 RBI over first 29 games through June 4...beginning June 5, hit .194 (34-175) in final 72 contests to finish at .226, just 2 multi-hit games in that season-ending span...had career-high 3 RBI on 5 different occasions, but had just a pair of multi-RBI games after end of May...opened career with a 6-game hit streak, T2ndlongest in Texas history, a feat matched by Chris Davis later in the year...was Rangers' starting leftfielder for each of first 16 and 24 of 29 games in May as Marlon Byrd was on the disabled list until late in the month and Milton Bradley was limited to DH duties...Cobb County native and Georgia Tech product hit a 3-run homer on an 0-2 pitch in the 6th inning on June 19 vs. Atlanta to give Texas a 4- 2 lead, this after failing to get down a sac bunt...recorded outfield assist in 9th inning on July 10 vs. LA of Anaheim, nailing Torii Hunter at the plate to cut down potential go-ahead run...played through a sore right shoulder for part of the season, including leaving game on Aug. 18 vs. Detroit due to the ailment, although he would start the next night in left field...after the season, played for Obregon in the Mexican Winter League, batting .175 (14-80) with 2 home runs and 5 RBI in 22 games. 2007 Split the year between Bakersfield (A) and Frisco (AA), batting a combined .262 with 23 home runs, 30 doubles, and 72 RBI in 130 games...had fifth-most homers of any player in Texas organization...opened at Bakersfield, batting .250 in 26 games with the Blaze...hit game-winning homer in top of 10th on May 2 at High Desert in a 4-3 win...was promoted to Frisco on May 5...went on to place second on the RoughRiders in homers (19) and 3rd in RBI (55)...his .893 OPS was third highest in the league...hit a pair of 3-run homers on June 10 vs. Midland (Game 1) and hit a grand slam on June 24 at Corpus Christi...played mostly center field and also saw action in left...played for Mexicali in Mexican Winter League, batting .284 (25-88) with 6 doubles and 4 RBI in 23 games. 2006 Spent the entire season at Bakersfield...ranked third on the team in triples (4) and stolen bases (13)...recorded a season-high 10-game hit streak from July 22-Aug. 2 (.382, 13-34). 2005 Started season at extended spring training before being transferred to Clinton (A) on May 25...spent the remainder of the season with the LumberKings...ranked third on club with 50 walks...appeared in all 4 of Clinton's postseason games, batting .385 (5-13) with 2 doubles, 2 RBI and 2 stolen bases. 2004 Spent first pro season at Spokane (short season A)...recorded first hit in his professional debut, an RBI double July 2 vs. Boise...hit first professional home run on July 10 at Vancouver...was sidelined from Aug. 1-12 with strained rib cage muscle.