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Dustin Pedroia

31-Year-Old Second Baseman – Boston Red Sox

2014 Stats

AVG

.278

HR

7

RBI

53

R

72

SB

6

2014 Preseason Projections

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2014 Fantasy Baseball Outlook

Pedroia is Boston's unquestioned leader. David Ortiz may be the face of the franchise, but Pedroia is its heart. He suffered a ulnar collateral ligament tear in his left thumb on Opening Day and playe...

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STATUS:  Out     INJURY TYPE:  Wrist     EST. RETURN:  4/1/2015
LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: YES   BATS: R   THROWS: R   HT: 5' 8"   WT: 165   DOB: 8/17/1983
BORN: Woodland, CA   COLLEGE: Arizona State  DRAFTED: 2nd Rd   Show ContractHide Contract

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Dustin Pedroia Contract Information:

Signed an eight-year, $110 million contract with the Red Sox in July of 2013. The deal includes a no-trade clause.

November 6, 2014  –  Dustin Pedroia News

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Pedroia declared his surgically repaired wrist 100 percent, ESPN Boston reports. He underwent surgery on his left wrist Sept. 11 for what the Red Sox called a "first dorsal compartment release and a tenosynovectomy."

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Dustin Pedroia Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G PA AB R H XBH 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO SH SF HBP AVG OBP SLG OPS
2004 20 A AUG 12 57 50 11 20 6 5 0 1 5 2 0 6 3 0 0 1 .400 .474 .560 1.034
2004 20 A SAR 30 128 107 23 36 13 8 3 2 14 0 2 13 4 1 3 4 .336 .417 .523 .940
2005 21 AA POR 66 298 256 39 83 29 19 2 8 40 7 3 34 26 2 2 4 .324 .409 .508 .917
2005 21 AAA PAW 51 240 204 39 52 15 9 1 5 24 1 0 24 17 1 2 9 .255 .356 .382 .738
2006 22 AAA PAW 111 493 423 55 129 38 30 3 5 50 1 4 48 27 9 4 9 .305 .384 .426 .810
2006 22 MAJ BOS 31 98 89 5 17 6 4 0 2 7 0 1 7 7 1 0 1 .191 .258 .303 .561
2007 23 MAJ BOS 139 581 520 86 165 48 39 1 8 50 7 1 47 42 5 2 7 .317 .380 .442 .823
2008 24 MAJ BOS 157 726 653 118 213 73 54 2 17 83 20 1 50 52 7 9 7 .326 .376 .493 .869
2009 25 MAJ BOS 154 714 626 115 185 64 48 1 15 72 20 8 74 45 3 6 5 .296 .371 .447 .819
2010 26 AAA PAW 2 7 6 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 .167 .286 .167 .453
2010 26 MAJ BOS 75 351 302 53 87 37 24 1 12 41 9 1 37 38 2 6 4 .288 .367 .493 .860
2011 27 MAJ BOS 159 731 635 102 195 61 37 3 21 91 26 8 86 85 2 7 1 .307 .387 .474 .861
2012 28 MAJ BOS 141 623 563 81 163 57 39 3 15 65 20 6 48 60 1 6 5 .290 .347 .449 .796
2013 29 MAJ BOS 160 724 641 91 193 53 42 2 9 84 17 5 73 75 0 7 3 .301 .372 .415 .787
2014 30 MAJ BOS 135 609 551 72 153 40 33 0 7 53 6 6 51 75 0 6 1 .278 .337 .376 .713
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3-Year Averages     153 692 613 91 183 56 39 2 15 80 21 6 69 73 1 6 3 .299 .369 .442 .811
Career  (View All)     1151 5,157 4,580 723 1,371 439 320 13 106 546 125 37 473 479 21 49 34 .299 .366 .444 .810

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Dustin Pedroia Game Log    (View Full Game Log)
# of Days To Display:    Show 7Show 7    Show 14Show 14    Show 30Show 30
DATE OPP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS HBP SF E AVG OBP SLG OPS
Sep. 28 NYY Did not play.
Sep. 27 NYY Did not play.
Sep. 26 NYY Did not play.
Sep. 25 TB Did not play.
Sep. 24 TB Did not play.
Sep. 23 TB Did not play.
Sep. 21 @Bal Did not play.
Sep. 20 @Bal Did not play.
Sep. 19 @Bal Did not play.
Sep. 18 @Pit Did not play.
Sep. 17 @Pit Did not play.
Sep. 16 @Pit Did not play.
Sep. 14 @KC Did not play.
Sep. 13 @KC Did not play.
Sep. 12 @KC Did not play.
Sep. 11 @KC Did not play.
Sep. 10 Bal Did not play.
Sep. 9 Bal Did not play.
Sep. 8 Bal 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 .278 .337 .376 .713
Sep. 7 Tor 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .280 .339 .378 .717
Sep. 6 Tor 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 .280 .339 .379 .718
Sep. 5 Tor 5 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .281 .340 .381 .721
Sep. 4 @NYY Did not play.
Sep. 3 @NYY Did not play.
Sep. 2 @NYY Did not play.
Sep. 1 @TB Did not play.
Aug. 31 @TB Did not play.
Aug. 30 @TB 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .280 .340 .379 .719
Aug. 29 @TB 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 .281 .341 .380 .721
Aug. 27 @Tor 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .283 .342 .383 .725
Last 7 Days 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .000
Last 14 Days 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 .000 .000 .000
Last 30 Days 25 2 5 1 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 .200 .250 .240 .490

Dustin Pedroia: MLB Games Played By Position

Year C 1B 2B 3B SS OF LF CF RF DH
2014 135
2013 160
2012 139 2
2011 159
2010 75
2009 154

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Dustin Pedroia Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

Vs. Left

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2014152243122.250.401.727
2013192302284.354.505.937
2012164274208.305.470.848

Vs. Right

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2014399484414.288.366.707
20134496175613.278.376.722
201239954114512.283.441.775

Home

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2014299382271.268.361.676
2013308457519.315.474.867
2012277429369.296.477.831

Away

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2014252345265.290.393.754
2013333462338.288.360.712
20122863962911.283.423.764
Dustin Pedroia Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm PA AB Walk Rate Strikeout Rate BB/K Ratio Contact Rate BABIP Isolated Power
2004 20 A AUG 57 50 10.5% 5.3% 2.00 94% .413 .160
2004 20 A SAR 128 107 10.2% 3.1% 3.25 96% .337 .187
2005 21 AA POR 298 256 11.4% 8.7% 1.31 90% .338 .184
2005 21 AAA PAW 240 204 10% 7.1% 1.41 92% .258 .127
2006 22 AAA PAW 493 423 9.7% 5.5% 1.78 94% .317 .121
2006 22 MAJ BOS 98 89 7.1% 7.1% 1.00 92% .188 .112
2007 23 MAJ BOS 581 520 8.1% 7.2% 1.12 92% .334 .125
2008 24 MAJ BOS 726 653 6.9% 7.2% 0.96 92% .336 .167
2009 25 MAJ BOS 714 626 10.4% 6.3% 1.64 93% .300 .151
2010 26 AAA PAW 7 6 14.3% 0% 0.00 100% .167 .000
2010 26 MAJ BOS 351 302 10.5% 10.8% 0.97 87% .298 .205
2011 27 MAJ BOS 731 635 11.8% 11.6% 1.01 87% .329 .167
2012 28 MAJ BOS 623 563 7.7% 9.6% 0.80 89% .303 .159
2013 29 MAJ BOS 724 641 10.1% 10.4% 0.97 88% .330 .114
2014 30 MAJ BOS 609 551 8.4% 12.3% 0.68 86% .311 .098
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3-Year Averages     692 613 10% 10.5% 0.95 88% .320 .143
Career     5,157 4,580 9.2% 9.3% 0.99 90% .317 .145

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2014 Stat Review for Dustin Pedroia    As compared to the top 200 hitters in 2013 (min 400 PA)

Contact

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.278 AVG
GOOD
86% Contact Rate
GREAT
.311 BABIP
AVERAGE
Power

SLG and ISO are useful indicators of power.

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.376 SLG
WEAK
.098 ISO
POOR
Plate Discipline

Patience at the plate often leads to positive outcomes.

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0.68 BB/K
GREAT
8.4% BB Rate
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12.3% K Rate
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OPS/OBP

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.713 OPS
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.337 OBP
GOOD

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Dustin Pedroia: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Pedroia (wrist) should have a normal offseason heading into the 2015 season, Maureen Mullen of CSN New England reports.

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Pedroia underwent successful surgery on his left wrist Thursday and is expected to make a full recovery, Scott Lauber of the Boston Herald reports.

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Pedroia will undergo season-ending surgery on his left hand Thursday, Sean McAdam of CSNNE.com reports.

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Though a decision may not be officially announced for a couple of days, Pedroia (thumb) is expected to undergo season-ending surgery, MLB.com's Ian Browne reports. "We're still gathering information," manager John Farrell said. "It's moving towards probably a procedure, but nothing definitively scheduled right now."

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Pedroia (thumb) said surgery is an option, and a decision will likely be made Wednesday, WEEI's Alex Speier reports.

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Pedroia is dealing with increased inflammation in his hand/wrist and could be shut down for the rest of the season, WEEI Boston reports.

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Pedroia is not in the lineup Tuesday versus the Orioles, Scott Lauber of the Boston Herald reports.

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2014

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2013

Pedroia played through a thumb injury in 2012 and appears to have survived Boston's rocky season, during a year in which his image took a hit largely for his role in the player's midseason contretemps with manager Bobby Valentine. Things were smoothed over enough after that incident for all to finish out the season, and Pedroia still maintains his popularity among the fan base. His all-out effort, as evidenced by his quicker-than-expected return from injury, is admirable, but it also impacted his reduced production in 2012. If he can stay relatively healthy, just the minor nicks and scrapes, Pedroia is good producer at a middle-infield spot with his steady mix of power and speed.

2012

Long after the Red Sox had righted the season after a poor start, Pedroia was still struggling into early June. He was coming off a 2010 foot injury and he experienced ankle and knee injuries in May, but once he learned he avoided a more serious knee injury in June, Pedroia kicked off a run, hitting .340 over the final four months of the season. All of those injuries are behind him now, and he finished with the first 20-20 season of his career. Pedroia's reputation remains unsullied following Boston's collapse and he seems poised to become the team's next captain.

2011

Pedroia played just 75 games in 2010 after suffering a non-displaced fracture of his left foot in June that eventually required season-ending surgery in September. It's a shame, too, because Pedroia was just getting his stroke back at the time of the injury and was on pace to post career-high power numbers. All reports are that he'll be 100 percent ready to go when spring training rolls around, but only time will tell. The biggest question is obviously how well the foot heals and if there are any lingering issues. Also whether Pedroia, an old-school gamer, will be completely honest about how the foot feels. If healthy, he offers a nice combo of power/speed from the second base position. He's expected to bat second in what should be a pretty stacked Boston order this season.

2010

Pedroia failed to replicate his 2008 MVP season, but his numbers were still elite for a middle infielder. We weren't counting on a repeat of 2008, but Pedroia remained an unlikely multi-category threat with 15 homers, 72 RBI and 20 steals. That makes two straight seasons with 20 stolen bases, though he was caught eight times in 2009. He's been healthy since becoming a full-time starter and returns as Boston's starting second baseman and No. 2 hitter, with expectations of similar numbers.

2009

One of the most unlikely MVP winners you'll ever see, Pedroia earned every vote. He increased his numbers in several categories while flirting with the batting lead. He's a free swinger who has developed some pop (17 homers) and led the AL in doubles (54) and runs scored (118) while tying Ichiro for the league lead in hits (213). Along with Kevin Youkilis, it looks like the work Pedroria put in at the Athletes Performance Institute worked for him. He probably maxed out in 2008, but he'll continue to be a multi-category producer and starting second baseman.

2008

Pedroia burst onto the scene in his rookie year and immediately asserted himself as one of the league's better second basemen. While Pedroia doesn't possess the power of a Chase Utley or a Dan Uggla (only 8 HR and 50 RBI), few second basemen possess Pedroia's ability to hit for average or get on base - his .317 average was second among AL second basemen and his .823 OPS ranked third. Moreover, Pedroia rarely strikes out, with only 46 Ks in 520 at-bats. With rookie year jitters behind him (his .182 April 2007 average will probably not be replicated any time soon), we expect Pedroia, now in complete possession of the Red Sox second base job, to continue his stellar play.

2007

Pedroia's long-awaited Boston debut finally came in 2006, but with less-than-expected results. He was overmatched right away and never hit higher than .205 at any point in the season, finishing .191/.258/.303 in 89 at-bats. It's too early to dismiss him as a product of hype, but clearly we have to adjust our expectations. The second base job is there for the taking, mostly because the Red Sox can save money at the position if Pedroia shows he's ready for everyday duty. He'll probably hit ninth in what should be a potent lineup.

2006

Pedroia, 22, continued to cruise through the organization in 2005 moving from Double-A Portland to Triple-A Pawtucket. An untimely injury prevented him making his Red Sox debut in 2005, but his ability to play second base or shortstop, could land Pedroia in the Opening Day lineup. The Red Sox traded for Mark Loretta, who is expected to start at second base, but shortstop is still open. The Red Sox signed veteran shortstop Alex Gonzalez, and will probably let Pedroia get another half-season at Triple-A, but that big-league debut should happen in 2006.

2005

Pedroia was Boston's first-round pick in 2004 and made two Single-A stops, eventually finishing the year at High-A Sarasota in the Florida State League. Pedroia, who was named the National Defensive Player of the Year in 2003 at Arizona State, held his own with the bat. He knows what to do around the plate and has moderate power for a middle infielder. Pedroia's future with the major league club may be at second base, considering the organization's investment in Edgar Renteria. And hes still the second-best SS prospect behind Hanley Ramirez. He will likely start the season in Single-A, but Pedroia's on the fast track and could be promoted to Double-A Portland before long.