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Robin Ventura  

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Proper Name:
Robin Mark Ventura
High Level:
MLB (1989-2004)
Positions:
3B (2011) ... 1B (164) ... DH (4) ... 2B (2) ... SS (1) ... P (1)
Height:
6-1
Weight:
198
Bats:
Left
Throws:
Right
Born:
age:
55.202
place:
colleges:
Oklahoma State University (Stillwater,OK),
Drafted:
Chicago White Sox  -  1988  -  1 - 10 (June-Reg)more
draft posit:
3B
MLB Debut:
TBC#:
337
MLBAM ID:
Retrosheet:
Speed
35
Power
72
Contact
72
XBH
66
RBIs
83
Runs
46
Hitting
67
Durability
82
Team
.557
Player Notes:  [1987] Golden Spikes award finalist ... [1988] Golden Spikes award winner as best amateur baseball player in US ... Played for Team USA at the 1988 Seoul Olympics
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List of all available awards won by this player as well as a voting record for major MLB awards (if any).
Awards
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year award name league category award notes
1987 Baseball America Player of the Year MLB MLB --
1988 Golden Spikes Award College College Oklahoma State
1988 Dick Howser Trophy (Player of the Year) College College --
1988 College Summer League Player of the Year College College --
1991 American League Gold Glove AL MLB 3B
1991 American League Player of the Month AL MLB July
1991 American League Player of the Week AL MLB July 15-July 21
1992 American League Gold Glove AL MLB 3B
1993 American League Gold Glove AL MLB 3B
1996 American League Gold Glove AL MLB 3B
1998 American League Gold Glove AL MLB 3B
1999 National League Gold Glove NL MLB 3B
1999 National League Player of the Week NL MLB July 26-August 1
13 record(s)
Awards Voting History
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  • Select Rows: Single-click rows to select multiple rows for future action or visibility.
  • Hide Rows: Click the` minus sign in the first column to hide the row in the grid.
  • Restore Rows: Once rows are filtered, click RESTORE ROWS to show all rows once again
  • Sort: Click a column in the first header row to sort data by values in that column. Click again to reverse the original sort. Some cells have custom sort keys that will sort them logically instead of alphanumerically.
  • Compare/Analyze: Click multiple rows for players of interest. In addition to filtering, you can quickly COMPARE player stats or use the MULTI-PLAYER STAT VIEWER to view multiple player cards on the same page.
  • Leaders: On stat grids. Top-10 ranked statistics are highlighted in gray. #1 rank is in light green. (PREMIUM setting)
  • Export to CSV: Click CSV to convert the full grid into a comma-delimeted display. From there, you can copy/paste to another application.
year age season team awardname rank firstplace share points
1990 22 Chicago White Sox American League Rookie of the Year 7 0 2.00 3
1991 23 Chicago White Sox American League Most Valuable Player 20 0 1.00 3
1999 31 New York Mets National League Most Valuable Player 6 0 25.00 113
2012 44 Chicago White Sox American League Manager of the Year 3 0 9.00 12
4 record(s)
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