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Chuck Knoblauch

Chuck Knoblauch

Position(s):
2B, SS, DH, CF, OF, LF
Born:
July 7, 1968
Bats:
Right
Throws:
Right
Height:
5' 9"
Weight:
175 lbs
Major League Debut:
4-09-1991 with MIN
Allstar Selections:
1991 ROOK, 1995 SS, 1997 GG, 1997 SS
Yr TM G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP SLG OPS
1991 MIN 151 565 78 159 24 6 1 50 59 40 .281 .393 .350 .743
1992 MIN 155 600 104 178 19 6 2 56 88 60 .297 .452 .358 .810
1993 MIN 153 602 82 167 27 4 2 41 65 44 .277 .400 .346 .746
1994 MIN 109 445 85 139 45 3 5 51 41 56 .312 .427 .461 .888
1995 MIN 136 538 107 179 34 8 11 63 78 95 .333 .496 .487 .983
1996 MIN 153 578 140 197 35 14 13 72 98 74 .341 .543 .517 1.061
1997 MIN 156 611 117 178 26 10 9 58 84 84 .291 .457 .411 .867
1998 NYA 150 603 117 160 25 4 17 64 76 70 .265 .421 .405 .826
1999 NYA 150 603 120 176 36 4 18 68 83 57 .292 .464 .454 .919
2000 NYA 102 400 75 113 22 2 5 26 46 45 .283 .418 .385 .803
2001 NYA 137 521 66 130 20 3 9 44 58 73 .250 .388 .351 .739
2002 KCA 80 300 41 63 9 0 6 22 28 32 .210 .317 .300 .617
Yr TM G PA SF SH TB HBP IBB GIDP SB CS
1991 MIN 151 634 5 1 198 4 0 8 25 5
1992 MIN 155 707 12 2 215 5 1 8 34 13
1993 MIN 153 685 5 4 208 9 1 11 29 11
1994 MIN 109 499 3 0 205 10 2 13 35 6
1995 MIN 136 629 3 0 262 10 3 15 46 18
1996 MIN 153 701 6 0 299 19 6 9 45 14
1997 MIN 156 716 4 0 251 17 6 11 62 10
1998 NYA 150 706 7 2 244 18 1 13 31 12
1999 NYA 150 715 5 3 274 21 0 7 28 9
2000 NYA 102 457 2 1 154 8 0 6 15 7
2001 NYA 137 600 2 5 183 14 1 10 38 9
2002 KCA 80 336 2 2 90 4 1 5 19 3
G AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR SO BB HBP SB CS
1632 6366 1132 1839 615 322 64 98 730 804 139 407 117
TM G AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR SB CS SO BB HBP
KCA 80 300 41 63 22 9 0 6 19 3 32 28 4
MIN 1013 3939 713 1197 391 210 51 43 276 77 453 513 74
NYA 539 2127 378 579 202 103 13 49 112 37 245 263 61
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1991 World Series, 1999 World Series, 2000 World Series, 2001 World Series, Chuck Knoblauch, Gold Glove, Kansas City Royals, Minnesota Twins, Mitchell Report, New York Yankees, Rookie of the Year Award, Texas A&M University, secondbase
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