Trevor Plouffe

Trevor Plouffe #24

  • 3B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2"/215
  • Age: 30

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Trevor Plouffe Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.260 12 47 1 .723

Trevor Plouffe MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.247 96 357 11 .727

Trevor Plouffe Bio

  • Full Name: Trevor Patrick Plouffe
  • Pronunciation: ploof
  • Born: 6/15/1986 in West Hills, CA
  • Draft: 2004, Minnesota Twins, 1st rd. (20th overall)
  • High School: Crespi Carmelite, Encino, CA
  • Debut: 5/21/2010
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
2016 Stats 319 35 83 12 47 1 .260 .303 .723
MLB Career Stats 2638 332 651 96 357 11 .247 .308 .727
  • Status: Active

Trevor Plouffe Statcast Averages

Year Team LG PA HIP Avg Exit Velocity (mph) Avg Distance (feet) Avg Gen Velocity (mph) Avg Launch Angle (deg) Avg Height (feet)
2016 Twins AL 344 220 91.68 223.62 3.58 8.69 36.80
MLB Avg - - - - 89.57 218.07 1.45 9.97 --
Year Team LG PA HIP Avg Exit Velocity (mph) Avg Distance (feet) Avg Gen Velocity (mph) Avg Launch Angle (deg) Avg Height (feet)
2016 Twins AL 344 220 91.68 223.62 3.58 8.69 36.80
MLB Avg - - - - 89.57 218.07 1.45 9.97 --

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December 3, 2016 at 6:18 AM ET

Twins tender contracts to five players

The Twins tendered contracts to all five of their arbitration-eligible players before Friday's deadline, but they cleared a spot on their 40-man roster ahead of next week's Winter Meetings by non-tendering Minor League right-hander Yorman Landa.

November 18, 2016 at 11:50 PM ET

Plouffe outrighted, becomes free agent

The Twins made some surprising roster moves Friday, as third baseman Trevor Plouffe and catcher Juan Centeno were outrighted off the roster, while outfield prospect Adam Walker was claimed off waivers by the Brewers.

Awards

Trevor Plouffe Awards

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
08/25/2014 Minnesota AL

AFL Rising Stars

Year Team League
2007 Phoenix AFL

MiLB.com Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2010 Minnesota AL

INT Player of the Week

Week Team League
04/11/2011 Rochester INT

EAS Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/04/2007 New Britain EAS

Trevor Plouffe Leaderboards

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2012 24 24th in AL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
2014 80 22nd in AL
2015 86 16th in AL

Doubles

Season 2B Rank
2014 40 4th in AL
2015 35 12th in AL

Strikeouts

Season SO Rank
2015 124 25th in AL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2013 6 25th in AL

Trevor Plouffe Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 19, 2016 3B Trevor Plouffe elected free agency.
November 18, 2016 Minnesota Twins sent 3B Trevor Plouffe outright to Rochester Red Wings.
October 3, 2016 Minnesota Twins activated 3B Trevor Plouffe from the 15-day disabled list.
September 9, 2016 Minnesota Twins placed 3B Trevor Plouffe on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to September 7, 2016. Left oblique strain.
August 8, 2016 Minnesota Twins activated 3B Trevor Plouffe from the 15-day disabled list.
August 2, 2016 Minnesota Twins sent 3B Trevor Plouffe on a rehab assignment to Rochester Red Wings.
July 4, 2016 Minnesota Twins placed 3B Trevor Plouffe on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to July 2, 2016. Fractured left rib.
July 2, 2016 Minnesota Twins placed 3B Trevor Plouffe on the 15-day disabled list. Fractured Left Rib
May 3, 2016 Minnesota Twins activated 3B Trevor Plouffe from the 15-day disabled list.
April 30, 2016 Minnesota Twins sent 3B Trevor Plouffe on a rehab assignment to Fort Myers Miracle.
April 19, 2016 Minnesota Twins placed 3B Trevor Plouffe on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 18, 2016. Right intercostal strain
August 1, 2015 Minnesota Twins activated 3B Trevor Plouffe from the paternity list.
July 29, 2015 Minnesota Twins placed 3B Trevor Plouffe on the paternity list.
June 30, 2014 Minnesota Twins activated 3B Trevor Plouffe from the 15-day disabled list.
June 15, 2014 Minnesota Twins placed 3B Trevor Plouffe on the 15-day disabled list. Inflammation between the ninth rib and the costal cartilage on the left side.
June 15, 2013 Minnesota Twins activated 3B Trevor Plouffe from the 15-day disabled list.
June 10, 2013 Minnesota Twins sent 3B Trevor Plouffe on a rehab assignment to Rochester Red Wings.
May 30, 2013 Minnesota Twins placed 3B Trevor Plouffe on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 29, 2013. left calf strain
May 22, 2013 Minnesota Twins placed 3B Trevor Plouffe on the 7-day disabled list. Concussion.
August 13, 2012 Minnesota Twins activated 3B Trevor Plouffe from the 15-day disabled list.
August 11, 2012 sent SS Trevor Plouffe on a rehab assignment to Rochester Red Wings.
July 27, 2012 Minnesota Twins placed 3B Trevor Plouffe on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to July 21, 2012. Bruised right thumb.
August 14, 2011 Minnesota Twins recalled Trevor Plouffe from Rochester Red Wings.
August 11, 2011 Minnesota Twins optioned Trevor Plouffe to Rochester Red Wings.
July 14, 2011 Minnesota Twins recalled Trevor Plouffe from Rochester Red Wings.
June 3, 2011 Minnesota Twins optioned Trevor Plouffe to Rochester Red Wings.
May 4, 2011 Minnesota Twins recalled Trevor Plouffe from Rochester Red Wings.
March 19, 2011 Minnesota Twins optioned Trevor Plouffe to Rochester Red Wings.
October 13, 2010 Trevor Plouffe roster status changed by Minnesota Twins.
October 6, 2010 Minnesota Twins reassigned SS Trevor Plouffe to the minor leagues.
September 1, 2010 Minnesota Twins recalled SS Trevor Plouffe from Rochester Red Wings.
August 11, 2010 Minnesota Twins optioned Trevor Plouffe to Rochester Red Wings.
July 30, 2010 Minnesota Twins recalled Trevor Plouffe from Rochester Red Wings.
June 19, 2010 Minnesota Twins optioned Trevor Plouffe to Rochester Red Wings.
June 11, 2010 Minnesota Twins recalled Trevor Plouffe from Rochester Red Wings.
May 25, 2010 Minnesota Twins optioned Trevor Plouffe to Rochester Red Wings.
May 21, 2010 Minnesota Twins recalled Trevor Plouffe from Rochester Red Wings.
March 20, 2010 Minnesota Twins optioned Trevor Plouffe to Rochester Red Wings.
October 19, 2009 Trevor Plouffe roster status changed by Minnesota Twins.
September 1, 2009 Trevor Plouffe roster status changed by Rochester Red Wings.

Trevor Patrick Plouffe Bio Info

Trevor Patrick Plouffe (pronounced ploof)...wife, Olivia (Pokorny)...son, Theodore "Teddy" Winston James (7/29/15)...2004 graduate of Crespi Carmelite (CA) High School...named 2004 Collegiate Baseball News High School All-American and USA Today All-American...one of 17 players from that high school to be drafted by a major league team and the highest picked of all those players...enjoys playing hacky sack... participates annually in Twins Winter Caravan.

2015

Made Twins Opening Day roster for fourth straight season; was Opening Day third baseman for third straight season April 6 at Detroit.... Hit first home run of season April 13 vs. Kansas City, the 36th of his career at Target Field, becoming the park's all-time leader in home runs....Hit first career walk-off home run April 17 vs. Cleveland off Bryan Shaw, giving the Twins a 3-2 win in 11 innings.... Hit first career grand slam May 3 vs. Chicago off John Danks...also set single-game career-high with five RBI....Missed one game May 9 at Cleveland, attending funeral of a family member.... Reached base in 24 straight games April 17-May 15, posting a .381 on-base percentage in that span...at the time, it was the second longest active streak in baseball.... Hit .312 (29-for-93) with seven doubles, one triple, five home runs, 21 RBI, 11 walks and 13 runs scored in 25 May games; 21 RBI tied for eighth most in the AL. ...Set single-season career-high with third triple July 4 at Kansas City. A Hit second career grand slam July 17 at Oakland, one of 17 players in baseball to hit two-plus grand slams during the season.... Homered in back-to-back games four different times: May 2-3, July 12-17, July 23-24 and August 16-17.... Placed on Paternity List July 29 to attend birth of first child, Theodore Winston James, born that night.... Recorded third career two-homer game September 11 at Chicago-AL...second home run was his 20th, marking second time in career with 20-plus homers (24 in 2012)...became third Twins third baseman to ever hit 20-plus home runs in multiple seasons, joining Corey Koskie (twice) and Gary Gaetti (6 times).... Hit safely in season-high 10 straight September 9-19, hitting .378 (14-for-37) with three home runs and eight RBI during the streak...Set single-season career-highs in hits (140), RBI (86), runs scored (74), games (152), at-bats (573) and triples (4)....Led Twins in RBI, ranked second in doubles (35), and third in games and hits....Led all AL third basemen in fielding percentage (.977) and ranked second in baseball (minimum 1,100.0 innings played)....Tied for second among AL third basemen in RBI, tied for third in doubles and fourth in extra-base hits (61).

2014

Made Twins Opening Day roster for third straight season and was in Opening Day lineup for second straight season, playing third base and batting sixth March 31 at Chicago-AL, going 1-for-4 with a double...Hit safely in first eight games March 31-April 9 and again April 19-30, which proved to be season-high...Hit .307 (27-for-88) with 10 doubles, 19 RBI, 15 walks and 18 runs scored in 23 April games; 10 doubles were tied for second most in the AL and 19 RBI tied for ninth...Tied single-season career-high with 22nd double June 6 vs. Houston; set new career-high with 23rd July 1 vs. Kansas City...Placed on 15-day disabled list June 15 with inflammation between ninth rib and costal cartilage on left side, suffered while diving for a ball the previous game...Tied career-high with four hits August 2 at Chicago-AL, two doubles and two singles...Hit 37th double August 24 vs. Detroit, tying Corey Koskie (2001 and 02) for first on Twins all-time single-season doubles list for primary third basemen...Hit 38th double August 27 at Kansas City, passing Koskie and moving to sole possession of first on that list...Named Co-American League Player of the Week with teammate Danny Santana for the period ending August 24, both players first career honor...Batted .367 (11-for-30) with five doubles, two home runs, 10 RBI and six runs scored; his five doubles were tied for most in baseball during the week...he and Santana were the second and third Twins to win award this season, joining Chris Colabello (April 7)...Hit the 10,000th home run in Twins (since 1961) and Washington Senators (1901-60) franchise history August 29 at Baltimore; coincidentally, hit the 9,999th seven days earlier August 22 vs. Detroit, also hit the 10,001st August 31 at Baltimore...Hit .317 (33-for-104) with 10 doubles, five home runs and 24 RBI in 26 August games; 24 RBI were tied for third most in the AL, while 10 doubles were tied for fourth most...Hit 40th double September 5 vs. Los Angeles-AL, becoming the 18th Twin to hit 40 doubles in a season (20th time), and first since 2010 when Delmon Young (46) and Joe Mauer (43) did it..Tied season and career-high with four hits September 23 vs. Arizona, all singles...Suffered fractured left forearm September 24 vs. Arizona when A.J. Pollack slid into his wrist at third base; missed remainder of season...Had surgery to repair arm September 29...Set career-highs in hits (134), doubles (40), triples (2), RBI (80), runs scored (69), walks (53), games (136), at-bats (520) and total bases (220)...Finished tied for fourth in the AL in doubles and tied for seventh in baseball...Among AL third basemen, ranked first in doubles, fourth in RBI and walks, and fifth in runs scored and total bases...Named Twins nominee for the 2014 Hank Aaron Award...award eventually given to co-winners Philadelphia's Jimmy Rollins and Chicago White Sox's Paul Konerko.

2013

Started first ever Opening Day, playing third base and batting sixth April 1 vs. Detroit... Tied career-high with three hits May 8 at Boston; also drove in three runs on the night... Hit safely in eight straight May 12-21 prior to landing on 7-day disabled list with a concussion, he suffered while sliding into the leg of Dan Uggla at second base May 21 at Atlanta. Was reinstated from 7-day DL May 30, strained his left calf that same day and placed on 15-day DL...played four games for Triple-A Rochester on rehab assignment and was reinstated June 14... Hit safely in 21 of 22 games May 12-June 30, including a season-high 12 game hitting streak June 18-30... Recorded first career four-hit game (6 at-bats), including a home run, September 3 at Houston... Hit 20th double September 6 vs. Toronto, setting a single season career-high... Hit .330 (34-for-103) in 27 September games; his 34 hits were tied for third most in the AL.

2012 Made Twins Opening Day roster for first time in career. ... Drew 13 walks in 18-game span April 17-May 14. ... Tied career-high with four RBI June 9 vs. Chicago-NL...also set single season career-high with ninth home run. ... Homered in four straight games June 12-15, the longest streak for a Twins player since Jim Thome September 4-11, 2010. ... Set Twins all-time single-season Interleague home run record, hitting his eighth, passing Torii Hunter (7 in 2005) June 15 vs. Milwaukee (he finished with 9). ... Had first two career two-homer games -- June 15 vs. Milwaukee and July 1 vs. Kansas City. ... Set career-high with three walks June 16 vs. Milwaukee. ... Hit one home run in first 22 games April 6-May 14, but hit 18 homers in next 39 games May 16-July 3. ... Batted .327 (32-for-98) with 11 home runs, 21 RBI, 22 runs scored and a .735 slugging percentage in 26 June games...his slugging percentage ranked second in American League and his home runs were tied for second over that same span. ... Hit safely in career-high 17 games June 30 (Game 1)-July 19, batting .328 (22-for-67) in that span. ... Placed on 15-day disabled list with bruised right thumb July 27...returned from rehab at Triple-A Rochester and reinstated August 13. ... Hit 20th home run August 29 vs. Seattle, becoming first Twin to have 20-plus homers in rookie or year-after-rookie season since Marty Cordova won the AL Rookie of the Year Award with 24 home runs in 1995 (Elias Sports Bureau). ... Finished second on the team in home runs with 24, 18 being solo shots; hit 12 homers off lefties and righties each. 2011 Started the season with Triple-A Rochester...played in 21 games for the Red Wings, batting .282 (22-for-78) with four doubles, six home runs and 13 rbi...recalled by Minnesota, May 4...Hit a home run in his first Major League at-bat of the season, a solo shot off Tim Wakefield, May 6 at Boston...finished the game 2-for-4 with three runs scored and a stolen base...Drove in eight runs in a three-game span, May 18-20, including consecutive three-rbi games, May 18 and 19 at Oakland...homered in consecutive games, May 19 at Oakland and May 20 at Arizona...Optioned to Triple-A Rochester, as Minnesota called up outfielder Brian Dinkelman, June 2...Batted .333 (38-for-114) with seven doubles, nine home runs and 20 rbi in 30 games with the Red Wings...recalled by Minnesota, July 14...Started his first career game in the outfield (playing right field), July 15 vs. Kansas City...Posted two career-high seven-game hitting streaks, August 10-20 and again August 28-September 4...Hit safely in 19 of 21 games, August 10-September 4, batting .314 (27-for-86) in that span...Recorded a career-high with four rbi, September 3 at Los Angeles (AL)...Had the game-winning walk-off single in the Twins final game of the season (1-0), driving in Denard Span in the bottom of the ninth inning, September 28 vs. Kansas City...Played five different positions defensively for the Twins: 45 games at shortstop (all starts), 17 games at second base (15 starts), 11 games in right field (nine starts), three games in left field (two starts) and one game at first base...His eight doubles in September set a Twins rookie record for most doubles in the month...Combined to bat .268 (128-for-478) with 29 doubles, four triples, 23 home runs, 64 rbi and 80 runs scored in 132 games between Triple-A Rochester and Minnesota...his 23 home runs led the Twins organization and his 234 total bases ranked fourth. 2010 Started the season with Triple-A Rochester and played in 39 games for the Red Wings before being recalled, May 21...Played in his first Major League game, starting at shortstop, May 21 vs. Milwaukee...went 2-for-5 in that game with a double, a run scored and two rbi...singled off Dave Bush for first Major League hit...Played in three games for the Twins (all in the Milwaukee series, May 21-23) before being optioned to Rochester, May 25...Recalled, June 11...played in four games before being optioned, June 19...Hit seven home runs with 15 rbi in 93 at-bats for the Red Wings in July...recalled, July 30...Hit his first career home run (off Fausto Carmona), August 7 at Cleveland...optioned to Rochester, August 10...Recalled, September 1...finished his season at Rochester batting .244 (98-for-402) with 22 doubles, four triples, 15 home runs and 49 rbi in 102 games for the Red Wings...hit .295 (46-for-156) with runners on base...Appeared in 12 games for the Twins in September, being used almost exclusively as a pinch-runner...Hit his second career Major League home run, October 1 vs. Toronto...finished the season with 17 home runs between Rochester and Minnesota...Named to the Minor League Baseball website's 2010 Twins organizational All-Star team. 2009 Spent entire season at Triple-A Rochester...was the youngest member of the Red Wings Opening Day roster...hit a home run in his first game, April 9 at Syracuse...hit a first inning grand slam, May 24 at Norwich...hit a two-out, two-run walk-off home run, June 2 vs. Gwinnett...went 4-for-4 with a double and a home run, August 29 vs. Buffalo...collected four three-hit games on the season, May 8 vs. Charlotte, June 17 at Columbus, July 6 vs. Buffalo, and August 2 vs. LeHigh Valley...hit .314 (27-for-86) with 12 rbi and 18 runs scored in 27 games in August...batted .538 (7-for-13) with the bases loaded...his 10 home runs were the most he had in a season since 2005, when he hit 13 for Beloit...played 118 games for the Red Wings, including 112 at shortstop...led all International League shortstops in total chances (542), putouts (86), errors (26) and double plays (84). 2008 Began season at Double-A New Britain...recorded first four-hit game of season, April 12 at Portland, driving in four and scoring three runs...had four straight multi-hit games, April 20-23...hit safely in eight straight games, April 26-May 4...promoted to Rochester, June 13...hit .440 (11-for-25) with seven rbi, four doubles and seven runs scored, July 20-28...finished with 20 multi-hit games for the Red Wings...played 32 games at third base, 20 games at second base and 12 games at shortstop for Rochester...hit .307 (39-for-127) off lefties between Double-A and Triple-A...ranked 10th best prospect in Twins organization by Baseball America entering the 2009 season. 2007 Spent entire season at Double-A New Britain...four-hit game, April 26 vs. Portland...finished April hitting .310 in 14 games...named Twins' Minor League Player of the Week, April 27-May 3, hitting .476 (10-for-21) with two doubles, two home runs and five rbi...second four-hit game of season, May 28 at Harrisburg and earned Eastern League Player of the Week, May 28-June 3, while hitting .441 (15-for-34) with five doubles, one home run, eight runs and six rbi...hit safely in nine straight games, May 31-June 8...hit safely in 12 straight games, June 18-28...hit .325 (38-for-117) with four home runs, 15 rbi, five doubles, two triples and 17 runs scored in 28 June games...hit .310 (31-for-100) with 18 runs scored in 27 July games...finished with 11 games of three-or-more hits...was second on club in hits (136) and third in league in doubles (37)... participated in the Arizona Fall League, hitting .280 (14-for-50) in 15 games for the Phoenix Desert Dogs...was tied for 11th in all of the minors with 15 sacrifice hits...ranked 10th-best prospect in the Twins organization by Baseball America, entering the 2008 season. 2006 Spent the entire season at Single-A Ft. Myers and hit safely in nine of his first 11 games, including a three-hit game, April 10 at Tampa... had nine-game hit-streak from June 11-26, including his first home run June 20 vs. Lakeland...hit safely in 13 of 14 games from August 4-17, batting .356 (21-for-59) with seven multi-hit games...hit in seven straight from August 22-28 with two home runs and five rbi...hit .304 (35-for- 115) with 13 rbi and 20 runs scored in 30 August games...led club in doubles (26) and was third in hits (112) and runs scored (60). 2005 Spent entire season at Single-A Beloit...hit first home run, April 10 vs. Quad Cities...hit safely in nine straight games, June 9-17, batting .382 (13-for-34) with two home runs, six rbi and five runs scored...first four-hit game, July 4 at Wisconsin...four straight multi-hit games, July 14-17, including two three-hit games...hit four home runs in a six-game span, July 30-August 4...finished with 15 multi-rbi games...ranked second on club in home runs (13), third in runs scored (58) and games (127) and fourth in hits (104)...ranked 12th best prospect in the Midwest League by Baseball America...ranked ninth-best prospect in the Twins organization by Baseball America, entering the 2006 season. 2004 Played 60 games with the Elizabethton Twins and hit safely in 48 of those 60...had three-hit game, June 26 vs. Princeton with one home run and two rbi...had nine-game hit-streak, July 31-August 9, including a four-hit game on August 4 vs. Danville...hit safely in 13 of his last 14 games played, including a four-hit game on the last day of the season, August 29 at Princeton...was second on club in hits (67)...ranked sixth-best prospect in Appalachian League by Baseball America.