Ian Kinsler San Diego Padres

Age: 38 (June 22, 1982) | 6' 0" | 200lbs. | Bats: Right 2B-72 PH-4
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
DET AL 2016 153 618 117 178 45 115 29 4 28 83 14 6 .288 .348 .484 7 17 .314 32/24/45 31 31
DET AL 2017 139 551 90 130 55 86 25 3 22 52 14 5 .236 .313 .412 9 14 .244 33/21/46 15 16
LAA AL 2018 91 355 49 85 30 40 20 0 13 32 9 4 .239 .304 .406 8 10 .237 37/20/43 11 11
BOS AL 2018 37 132 17 32 10 24 6 0 1 16 7 3 .242 .294 .311 7 17 .287 35/25/40 5 5
SD NL 2019 87 258 28 56 19 54 12 0 9 22 2 4 .217 .278 .368 7 19 .240 41/17/42 2 3
SD NL 2020 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 0 0.00 n/a -0 -0
Career 15yrs 1888 7423 1243 1999 693 1046 416 41 257 909 243 74 .269 .337 .440 8 13 .282 n/a
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If you invested in Texas offense (Kinsler, Hamilton, Bradley, Murphy) you done good. Texas pitching, not so much.

Mike Landau ML-
May 17 '08
On a pace to swipe 44 bases.
Alex Patton Alex
May 14 '08
He went for $28 in the Sportsline expert auction. I think everyone's thinking breakout, but I'm still concerned enough about the splits I outlined below to temper my expectations a little bit.
Mike Gianella MikeG
Feb 11 '08
Might be a good guy to gamble on, I think, if you miss out on Utley or Cano while the rest of the league overpays for Phillips and Upton.
Jurgen Maas Jurgen
Feb 1 '08
A lot to like about this guy. BABIP suggests that he was a bit unlucky and his K/BB are very solid so the AVG should come up. Not many 2B have 20/20 potential and he seems almost like a lock to get this. The only thing slowing him down is the various injuries so far.
E Park yoda
Feb 1 '08
I with Mike Fenger on Kinsler. He's a young player who hopefully will get another 15-20 games in next year, and he has an outside chance of being a 30-30 threat. His splits are dramatic, though. A 921 OPS at home vs. a 675 on the road concerns me a little, though Kinsler will still get to play half his games in Arlington. A larger concern is the fact that he pounded lefties (999 OPS in 115 AB) and scuffled against righties (732 in 368 AB). He was fine against right-handers in 2006, so I'm hoping this was just a one-year abberation, and not the beginning of a trend.
Mike Gianella MikeG
Feb 1 '08