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Bobby Abreu

Bobby Abreu

Position(s):
LF, OF, RF, CF, DH
Born:
March 11, 1974
Bats:
Left
Throws:
Right
Height:
6'
Weight:
210 lbs
Major League Debut:
9-01-1996 with HOU
Allstar Selections:
2004 SS, 2005 GG

Factoid 1

From May 7-18, 2005, Bobby Abreu collected at least one extra-base hit in 11 consecutive games. He became one of fewer than 10 players ever to accomplish that feat. During his streak, Abreu clubbed nine homers and four doubles.


Most Consecutive Games with an Extra-Base Hit

14 - Paul Waner, PIT NL, 6/3/1927-6/19/1927 14 - Chipper Jones, ATL NL, 6/26/2006-7/16/2006 12 - Tip O'Neill, STL AA, 8/24/1887-9/5/1887 12 - Rogers Hornsby, BOS NL, 5/27/1928(G1)-6/9/1928(G1) 11 - Rogers Hornsby, STL NL, 8/20/1924(G1)-8/27/1924 11 - Hank Greenberg, DET AL, 9/4/1940-9/14/1940 11 - Bob Bailey, MON NL, 6/22/1970(G2)-7/12/1970 11 - Jesse Barfield, TOR AL, 8/17/1985-8/27/1985 11 - Bobby Abreu, PHI NL, 5/7/2005-5/18/2005 11 - Alex Rodriguez, NY AL, 9/29/2006-4/11/2007

Nine Other Players Who Debuted in 1996

Edgar Renteria
Andruw Jones
Jason Kendall
Scott Rolen
Bobby Abreu
Vladimir Guerrero
Nomar Garciaparra
Livan Hernandez
Luis Castillo


All-Star Selections

2004 NL
2005 NL

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