Evan Longoria San Francisco Giants

Age: 36 (October 07, 1985) | 6' 1" | 213lbs. | Bats: Right 3B-78
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
SF AAA 2018 4 14 2 3 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 .214 .312 .286 6 0 .214 n/a
SF NL 2018 125 480 51 117 22 101 25 4 16 54 3 1 .244 .281 .412 4 20 .274 42/18/39 12 12
SF NL 2019 129 453 59 115 43 112 19 2 20 69 3 1 .254 .325 .437 8 22 .291 41/22/37 14 13
SF NL 2020 53 193 26 49 11 39 10 1 7 28 0 1 .254 .297 .425 5 19 .280 50/18/32 14 15
SFG AAA 2021 4 13 1 5 1 2 0 0 1 4 0 0 .385 .429 .615 7 14 .400 n/a
SF AAA 2021 4 13 1 5 1 2 0 0 1 4 0 0 .385 .429 .615 7 14 .400 n/a
SF NL 2021 81 253 45 66 35 68 17 0 13 46 1 1 .261 .351 .482 12 23 .305 41/19/40 11 11
SF NL 2022 6 19 1 4 0 6 1 0 0 2 0 0 .211 .211 .263 0 32 .308 38/38/23 0 0
Career 15yrs 1829 6848 962 1822 680 1546 410 26 317 1091 58 19 .266 .335 .472 9 20 .296 n/a
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The final 2012 bid limits that were posted for this player: PK 5x5: $31 MF 5x5: $32 AP 4x4: $28
Alex Patton Alex
Dec 15 '12
Re-aggravated the injury last night while playing a AAA rehab game in Rochester.
John Brand JohnB
Jun 19 '12
Partially torn hamstring. Another 5-8 weeks on the beach. He's only been healthy all season in 2009. I had him up through this year and I've always been a fan, but his not being able to stay on the field is frustrating. Plus he was having a great season. Between him and Zimmerman in the NL we're really missing out on some great players at 3B this generation.
Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
May 1 '12
left with "knee soreness"

#fingerscrossed
Justin Dowling BGWoodsman
Apr 30 '12
RE:Expanded Playoffs

When I first heard about this, I was sure the MLB was going to muck it up, like they always do. But, I was rooting for a 1 game playoff from the start and I'm glad they made it just one game so we wouldn't be looking at Thanksgiving baseball.

The best part of the 1 game playoff is that it puts the wildcard teams at a disadvantage by having to use their top pitcher available, while it gives the division winners the advantage they deserve for winning their division.
Keith Prosseda andypro
Mar 2 '12
The playoffs are a crapshoot. The shorter the series the more it's luck based. The more teams in and the more short series the less likely it is that the best team will win the World Series. Whatever. Ours seasons end on the last day of the regular season. The rest is just the offseason waiting for our draft days again.
Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Mar 2 '12
I really hate that argument against the added WC team....

A thrilling race to the playoffs will happen once every so often no matter how many teams they let in. It's just the law of averages. There is no reason to believe that the same thing can't happen with the 5th & 6th place teams in the future.

My problem with the added WC team is that it feels like a compromise to what really ails MLB...payroll imbalance. Here's a new smoke screen to make it appear a wee bit easier for a smaller market to make the post season. It's a
diversion. Instead of leveling the playing field, let's just let more teams play in October.

I'm not arguing for a cap, and maybe the tax is starting to take a toll because even the Yankees appear more cost conscience, but something more needs to be done to reduce the difference in payroll between the top and bottom feeders.

Expanded playoffs is just a Band-aid.
Gary Cruciani Megary
Mar 2 '12
I understand that folks anticipate a batting average rebound based on that BABIP. But does anyone have ideas about what to think of his speed?
gary clark garyclark
Mar 2 '12
This interesting observation from someone in the American Dreams re the two additional wild card teams:

Not much nostalgia in that decision. Less than six months after what folks kept calling one of the most thrilling days in baseball history, they change the system that yielded it. Had the current playoff system been in place, none of that would have happened. Tampa and Boston, St. Louis and Atlanta, would all have been in the playoffs. And the final day would have witnessed four exhibition games, while they readied for the playoff. Obviously, the standings can break a different way, but...
Alex Patton Alex
Mar 2 '12