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Chuck Knoblauch, 2b, Royals

Chuck Knoblauch

Proper Name: Edward Charles Knoblauch

Born: July 7, 1968 in Houston, Texas

High School:

College: Texas A&M

Ht.: 5-9 Wt.: 181

Bats: R Throws: R

Career Statistics 2014 Game Logs 2014 Splits Spring Training
Year Age Club Lg Class AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS GDP OBP SLG OPS
1991 22 Minnesota AL MAJ .281 151 565 78 159 24 6 1 50 59 40 25 5 8 .351 .350 .701
1992 23 Minnesota AL MAJ .297 155 600 104 178 19 6 2 56 88 60 34 13 8 .384 .358 .742
1993 24 Minnesota AL MAJ .277 153 602 82 167 27 4 2 41 65 44 29 11 11 .354 .346 .700
1994 25 Minnesota AL MAJ .312 109 445 85 139 45 3 5 51 41 56 35 6 13 .381 .461 .842
1995 26 Minnesota AL MAJ .333 136 538 107 179 34 8 11 63 78 95 46 18 15 .424 .487 .911
1996 27 Minnesota AL MAJ .341 153 578 140 197 35 14 13 72 98 74 45 14 9 .448 .517 .965
1997 28 Minnesota AL MAJ .291 156 611 117 178 26 10 9 58 84 84 62 10 11 .390 .411 .801
1998 29 New York AL MAJ .265 150 603 117 160 25 4 17 64 76 70 31 12 13 .361 .405 .766
1999 30 New York AL MAJ .292 150 603 120 176 36 4 18 68 83 57 28 9 7 .393 .454 .847
2000 31 New York AL MAJ .283 102 400 75 113 22 2 5 26 46 45 15 7 6 .366 .385 .751
2001 32 New York AL MAJ .250 137 521 66 130 20 3 9 44 58 73 38 9 10 .339 .351 .690
2002 33 Kansas City AL MAJ .210 80 300 41 63 9 0 6 22 28 32 19 3 5 .284 .300 .584
Major League Totals .289 1632 6366 1132 1839 322 64 98 615 804 730 407 117 116 .378 .406 .784
Draft History [-]
Drafted in the 18th round (452nd overall) by the Philadelphia Phillies in 1986 (did not sign)
Drafted in the 1st round (25th overall) by the Minnesota Twins in 1989 (signed for $120,000)
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Top 100 Rankings [-]
Ranked Baseball America #72 prospect after the 1990 season