Jedd Gyorko

Jedd Gyorko #3

  • 2B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 5' 10"/215
  • Age: 27


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Jedd Gyorko Stats

.225 5 13 0 .723

Jedd Gyorko MLB Career Stats

.236 54 184 4 .690

Jedd Gyorko Bio

  • Full Name: Jedd Lindon Gyorko
  • Pronunciation: JERK-oh
  • Born: 9/23/1988 in Morgantown, WV
  • Draft: 2010, San Diego Padres, 2nd rd. (59th overall)
  • College: West Virginia
  • Debut: April 1, 2013
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2016 Stats 89 12 20 5 13 0 .225 .296 .723
MLB Career Stats 1396 145 329 54 184 4 .236 .293 .690

Jedd Gyorko 2016 Splits

Last 7 Games 18 4 6 1 5 2 4 0 .333 .400 .500
Last 15 Games 36 5 8 1 5 5 9 0 .222 .317 .333
Last 30 Games 81 11 18 4 11 8 19 0 .222 .292 .407
Last 7 Games
Last 15 Games
Last 30 Games
Last 3 Games AB R H HR RBI BB SO SB
5/19 vs COL 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
5/20 vs ARI 3 1 1 0 1 2 0 0
5/21 vs ARI 4 1 2 1 3 0 2 0
Last 3 Games
5/19 vs COL
5/20 vs ARI
5/21 vs ARI
2016 Games by Position: 2B (24) 3B (4) SS (4)

Jedd Gyorko Statcast Averages

Year Team LG PA HIP Avg Launch Speed (mph) Avg Distance (feet) Avg Gen Velocity (mph) Avg Launch Angle (deg) Avg Height (feet)
2016 Cardinals NL 98 59 88.39 210.74 72.29 14.55 40.74
MLB Avg - - - - 88.37 211.33 70.13 11.29 35.32


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Jedd Gyorko Stats

*Since 2006

Jedd Gyorko Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
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Jedd Gyorko Statcast Events


Jedd Gyorko 2016 Projections

Rest of Season
55 203 24 51 51 9 1 8 28 16 0 48 1 1 .251 .309 .424 .733
87 292 36 71 89 10 2 13 41 25 0 69 1 1 .243 .305 .425 .730
Rest of Season

Jedd Gyorko News

Jedd Gyorko Fantasy News

May 21, 2016 at 8:19 PM ET

Gyorko goes deep, plates three runs

Cardinals second baseman Jedd Gyorko went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and three RBIs on Saturday vs. the D-backs.

May 18, 2016 at 5:00 AM ET

Gyorko could succeed on Wednesday

Cardinals second baseman Jedd Gyorko, a DraftKings Daily Pick, is well-positioned to turn in a big performance against the Rockies on Wednesday.


Jedd Gyorko Awards

AFL All-Prospect Team

Year Team League
2011 Peoria AFL Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2011 San Diego NL
2012 San Diego NL

Topps Triple-A All-Star

Year Team League
2012 Tucson PCL

Baseball America Triple-A All-Star

Year Team League
2013 Tucson PCL

Baseball America High Class A All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Lake Elsinore CAL

PCL Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/02/2012 Tucson PCL

CAL Player of the Week

Week Team League
05/23/2011 Lake Elsinore CAL

CAL Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Lake Elsinore CAL CAL Player of the Month

Month Team League
05/2011 Lake Elsinore CAL

Topps Class A All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Lake Elsinore CAL

Jedd Gyorko Leaderboards

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2013 23 16th in NL


Season SO Rank
2013 123 22nd in NL

Jedd Gyorko Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
December 8, 2015 San Diego Padres traded 2B Jedd Gyorko and cash to St. Louis Cardinals for CF Jon Jay.
June 30, 2015 San Diego Padres recalled 2B Jedd Gyorko from El Paso Chihuahuas.
June 10, 2015 San Diego Padres optioned 2B Jedd Gyorko to El Paso Chihuahuas.
July 28, 2014 San Diego Padres recalled Jedd Gyorko from El Paso Chihuahuas.
July 18, 2014 San Diego Padres sent 2B Jedd Gyorko on a rehab assignment to El Paso Chihuahuas.
June 6, 2014 San Diego Padres placed 2B Jedd Gyorko on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to June 4, 2014. Left foot plantar fasciitis.
April 30, 2014 San Diego Padres activated 2B Jedd Gyorko from the paternity list.
April 28, 2014 San Diego Padres placed 2B Jedd Gyorko on the paternity list.
July 12, 2013 San Diego Padres activated 2B Jedd Gyorko from the 15-day disabled list.
July 10, 2013 San Diego Padres sent 2B Jedd Gyorko on a rehab assignment to Lake Elsinore Storm.
June 26, 2013 San Diego Padres sent 2B Jedd Gyorko on a rehab assignment to San Antonio Missions.
June 10, 2013 San Diego Padres placed 2B Jedd Gyorko on the 15-day disabled list. Strained right groin.
March 31, 2013 San Diego Padres selected the contract of 2B Jedd Gyorko from Tucson Padres.
March 31, 2013 3B Jedd Gyorko roster status changed by Tucson Padres.
January 8, 2013 San Diego Padres invited non-roster 3B Jedd Gyorko to spring training.
August 16, 2012 Tucson Padres activated 3B Jedd Gyorko from the 7-day disabled list.
August 10, 2012 Tucson Padres placed 3B Jedd Gyorko on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to August 9, 2012.
May 17, 2012 3B Jedd Gyorko assigned to Tucson Padres from San Antonio Missions.
December 21, 2011 San Diego Padres invited non-roster 3B Jedd Gyorko to spring training.
July 4, 2011 Jedd Gyorko assigned to San Antonio Missions from Lake Elsinore Storm.
April 3, 2011 Jedd Gyorko assigned to Lake Elsinore Storm from Fort Wayne TinCaps.
March 22, 2011 3B Jedd Gyorko assigned to San Diego Padres.
July 21, 2010 Jedd Gyorko assigned to Fort Wayne TinCaps from Eugene Emeralds.
June 17, 2010 Jedd Gyorko assigned to Eugene Emeralds from San Diego Padres.
June 16, 2010 San Diego Padres signed 3B Jedd Gyorko.

Jedd Lindon Gyorko Bio Info

Graduated from University High School in Morgantown, W.Va., where he was a four-time All-Conference and three-time All-State honoree...helped lead his school to a West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission (WVSSAC) state championship in 2004 and 2007...also lettered in basketball in high school and was named first-team All-State...played college baseball at West Virginia University where he was named to the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll and Big East Academic All-Star...recipient of the 2010 Brooks Wallace Award given to the top Division 1 shortstop...left West Virginia as the school's all-time leader in career batting (.404), doubles (73), extra base hits (113) and tied for first with 52 home runs...his older brother, Scott, played linebacker for the West Virginia University football team...he and his wife, Karley, have twin boys, Brody and Kadin (4/28/14)...resides in Morgantown, West is pronounced (JERK-oh).


Named the Padres Opening Day second baseman for the third straight season…Played in 123 games with 76 starts at second base and 28 starts at shortstop. Hit 7 HR while playing second base and 8 HR while playing shortstop…Batted .210 with 2 HR and 11 RBI in his first 46 games before being optioned to El Paso (AAA) on June 10…Was recalled from El Paso on June 30 after playing 16 games and batted .262 with 14 HR and 46 RBI in the 82 games following his recall. Batted .279 with 4 HR and 9 RBI in his 16 games at El Paso…Following his return from the option assignment and through the end of the regular season, his 14 home runs ranked 3rd among MLB middle infielders trailing only Robinson Cano (17) and Carlos Correa (17)…Smacked a pair of home runs at WSH (8/25), his third career multi-HR game…Tied his career-high with four hits vs. SF (9/23)…His first home run of the season was his first career pinch-hit home run, a two-run shot off Brooks Brown vs. COL (5/3)…Knocked in 18 runs in back-to-back months in August (5 HR) and September (6 HR), marking his highest total in a month since a career-high 20 RBI in September 2013…Placed eighth in the Rawlings National League Gold Golve Award voting at second base.


Made his second-straight Opening Day roster and second straight Opening Day start on 3/30 vs. LAD…played in 111 games total, missing time while on the 15-day DL...Placed on the 15-day DL on 6/6 (retro to 6/4) with plantar fasciitis in his left foot and missed 44 games before returning on 7/28...After returning from the DL on 7/28, he hit .260 (51-for-196) with 12 doubles, five home runs and 27 RBI over his final 55 games...Hit .162 (33-for-204) over his first 56 games with five doubles, five home runs and 24 RBI from 3/30 - 6/3 before landing on the DL...Career-best 10-game hit streak from 9/9-19, hitting .324 (12-for-37)...Led the Padres for the second-straight year with 51 RBI, his first two years in the Major Leagues...With 50 of his 51 RBI coming at 2B, collected 50+ RBI in his first two Major League seasons (63 in 2013, 56 at 2B), becoming just the fourth NL player since 1920 to have 50-or-more RBI in each of his first two Major League seasons (partial or full) while playing 2B...Had his second career multi-homer game on 5/9 vs. MIA, including his second-career grand slam and a career-high total six RBI on the day, the most RBI by a Padre in 2014...Also had a grand slam on 8/16 at STL to give the Padres an 8-5 lead...Became the fastest player in team history to reach 100 RBI with his 100th on 8/16 at STL in his 199th career game...With all 10 of his home runs coming at 2B, ended the season with 33 career home runs coming at 2B, surpassing Mark Loretta (30 at 2B) to become the Padres all-time home run leader at 2B...Signed by the Padres to a contract through the 2019 season with a club option for the 2020 season on 4/14.


Made his Major League debut as the Opening Day second baseman and led the club with 23 homers and 63 RBI...named the Favorite New Padre by the Madres...Became the 28th rookie in club history to start on Opening Day...Played in 125 games total…since it became an official stat in 1920, he became the first rookie second baseman to ever led his team in RBI…the only other Padre to lead the team in RBI as a rookie was first baseman Nate Colbert who recorded 66 in 1969...Led all qualifying Major League rookies with 23 home runs, 49 extra-base hits, 216 total bases, a .301 on-base percentage, a .444 slugging percentage and a .745 OPS while also ranking among rookie leaders in several other offensive categories, including RBI (2nd, 63), doubles (3rd, 26), runs scored (3rd, 62) and hits (5th, 121)...Became the third rookie second baseman in Major League history to hit 23-or-more home runs in a single season, joining Dan Uggla (27 for Florida in 2006) and Joe Gordon (24 for New York-AL in 1938)...His 23 home runs were the most in franchise history by a second baseman and were the second-most all-time by a Padres rookie, behind only Nate Colbert's 24 in 1969...His 26 doubles were the eighth-most all-time by a Padres rookie and most since Yonder Alonso set the club's rookie-record with 39 doubles in 2012…the 26 doubles were the third-most by a Padres rookie second baseman in a season, behind Josh Barfield (32 in 2006) and Dave Campbell (28 in 1970)...Posted a .992 fielding pct. at second base (4 errors in 502 total chances) which ranked fourth in baseball and was the best-ever among rookie second sackers while his four errors were the fewest among qualifying rookie second basemen in MLB history (min. 108 games)...Recorded his first career hit in his big league debut with a double on Opening Day, April 1 at New York-NL off Mets' starter Jonathon Niese...Recorded his first career home run on May 1 at Chicago-NL at Wrigley Field off of Chicago's Scott Feldman...In 62 games at home, hit .237 (56-for-236) with 12 doubles and 13 of his 23 home runs…his 13 homers were tied with Chase Headley (2012) for the third-most all-time in a single-season at Petco Park behind Will Venable (15 in 2013) and Adrian Gonzalez (14 in 2008)...Recorded 15 homers and 38 RBI over 62 games in the second-half, both the most by a Padre following the All-Star Break...Had a season-long and a career-best eight-game hit streak from May 26 - June 3 (.324, 11-for-34)…also posted two six-game hit streaks and three five-game hit streaks in 2013. ..Hit .303 (30-for-99) with six doubles, six homers, 12 RBI and 20 runs over 26 games in May…ranked among rookie leaders in May in runs (1st, 20), home runs (T1st, 6), hits (2nd, 30), average (3rd, .303), RBI (3rd, 12) and OPS (2nd, .907)...Collected a career-high four hits on June 7 at Colorado, going 4-for-5 and falling a triple shy of the cycle with a double, homer, two runs and a RBI...Missed 30 games due to a right groin strain…placed on the 15-day DL on June 10 and reinstated on July 12 after playing in two rehab games with Single-A Lake Elsinore...also appeared in one game with Double-A San Antonio…was hitting .284 (66-for-232) at the time of landing on the DL on June 10…Padres went just 12-18 (.400) in his absence...Batted just .098 (6-for-61) in his first 16 games after returning from the DL...Collected eight homers and 17 RBI total over 25 games in the month of August, tied for the second-most homers in the National League in August and tied for most by a Padre (also, Will Venable)…eight homers in August were the most ever hit in a single calendar month by a Padres rookie in team history...Over 27 games in September, hit seven home runs and 20 RBI, tied with Carmelo Martinez (20 in June of 1984) for the second-most RBI by a Padres rookie in a single calendar month, behind Benito Santiago's 25 RBI in August of 1987...Over 62 games in the second half of the season, hit .226 (55-for-243) with nine doubles, 15 home runs and 38 RBI…his 15 home runs led all rookies in the second half while his 38 RBI were tied for the most after the All-Star Break with Tampa Bay and A.L. Rookie of the Year Wil Myers…his 15 homers in the second half were the most ever by a Padres rookie after the All-Star Break while his 38 RBI ranked fourth-most by a Padres rookie after the break...Recorded his first career multi-homer game on August 23 vs. Chicago-NL, collecting a career-high tying four RBI that day (2x, also, September 29 at San Francisco)...Hit his first career grand slam on the final day of the season, September 29 at San Francisco.



Spent the majority of the season with Triple-A Tucson, combining to hit .311 (155-for-499) with 30 home runs and 100 RBI in 126 games between Tucson and Double-A San Antonio...Began the season with San Antonio and was transferred to Tucson on May 17...From the time of his promotion to Tucson on May 17 through the end of the regular season, his 83 RBI led all players at the Triple-A level, while his 24 home runs ranked tied for second-most...His 30 homers total on the season ranked tied for sixth-most among all minor league players in 2012...Despite playing in just 92 games with Tucson, his 24 home runs ranked tied for fourth-most in the Pacific Coast League while his 83 RBI ranked sixth-most…his .588 slugging percentage ranked third-best in the PCL...With Tucson, hit .354 (34-for-96) against left-handed pitchers and .319 (87-for-273) off right-handers...Named the No. 7 prospect in the Padres organization by Baseball America heading into 2013 as well as No. 98 on Baseball America's Top-100 Prospects list, prior to the start of the season...Named a Triple-A All-Star by Baseball America following the season.


2011 Split the season between Single-A Lake Elsinore (81 games) and Double-A San Antonio (59 games), combining to hit .333 (192-for-576) with 47 doubles, two triples, 25 home runs, 114 RBI and 119 runs scored...Named to the California League mid-season All-Star team, leading the league in average and OBP while ranking second in SLG...Overall on the season, he hit safely in 112 of his 140 games (67 of 81 with LE; 45 of 59 with SA), recording 55 multi-hit games...tallied 36 two-hit games, 14 three-hit games, four four-hit games and one five-hit game...Recorded an extra-base hit in 59 of his games, with a total of 74 extra-base hits on the year...Named the No. 7 prospect in the Padres organization by Baseball America, following the season...Played in the Arizona Fall League following the regular season, hitting .437 (31-for-71) with a .500 OBP and .704 SLG for the Peoria Javelina. 2010 Split his first professional season between Short-A Eugene and Single-A Fort Wayne...Combined to hit .302 (81-for-268) with 17 doubles, seven home runs, 41 RBI and 35 runs scored in 68 games...posted a .372 OBP and .444 SLG between the two teams.