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Johnny Giavotella AW-2

+ Los Angeles Angels Status: Active (MLB)
Positions: 2B-741, 3B-63, LF-22, OF-20, DH-5
Proper Name: Johnny A. Giavotella
Born: July 10, 1987 (27.165) in Metairie, Louisiana
Height/Weight: 5-8 / 185 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Jesuit (New Orleans,LA)
College: University of New Orleans
Drafted: 2008 -- 2nd round (49th overall) by Kansas City Royals (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:August 5,2011 (24.026)
TBC Player ID:125799
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Recent Contract:Signed to 1-year contract for 2012-2012 ($0.4836m) by Kansas City Royals.
Organizations:KCA
Signed by:Scott Nichols
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DateStatusNotes
2014-12-20ATraded from Royals to Angels for Brian Broderick
2014-12-19AsDesignated for Assignment
2014-09-01ARecalled from Omaha (AAA)
2014-05-21MAssigned to Omaha (AAA)
2014-05-09ARecalled from Omaha (AAA)

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  • Awards for Johnny Giavotella
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    2007NCAASun Belt Conference All-Conference Team2BAward History
    2008NCAA3rd Team College All-American2BAward History
    2010MINORTexas League All-Star2BAward History
    2011TEAMKansas City Royals Minor League Player of the Year Award History
    2011MINORPacific Coast League All-Star2BAward History


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