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s-1 Brock Holt
s-2 Holt with the Boston Red Sox
s-3 Boston Red Sox No. 12
s-4 Second baseman / Shortstop / Outfielder
s-5 Born: June 11, 1988 (age 30)
s-6 Fort Worth, Texas
s-7 Bats: Left
s-8 Throws: Right
s-9 MLB debut
s-10 September 1, 2012, for the Pittsburgh Pirates
s-11 MLB statistics (through September 20, 2018)
s-12 Batting average .265
s-13 Home runs 19
s-14 Runs batted in 171
s-15 Teams
s-16 Pittsburgh Pirates (2012)
s-17 Boston Red Sox (2013 present)
s-18 Career highlights and awards
s-19 All-Star (2015)
s-20 Hit for the cycle on June 16, 2015
s-21 World Series champion (2013)
s-22 Brock Holt
s-23 Brock Wyatt Holt (born June 11, 1988) is an American professional baseball second baseman, shortstop and outfielder for the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB).
s-24 While primarily used as an infielder, he has started in and played at every position for the Red Sox, except for pitcher and catcher.
s-25 Listed at 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m) and 180 pounds (82 kg), Holt bats left-handed and throws right-handed.
s-26 He first played in MLB for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2012, but has played for the Red Sox every season since.
s-27 High school career
s-28 Holt graduated in 2006 from Stephenville High School in Texas.
s-29 In 2003, his freshman year, he made the District 8-4A All-District baseball team despite batting just .227, and shared the league's Newcomer of the Year award. [1]
s-30 Holt was a second-team All-District 8-4A inclusion his sophomore year, batting .324 for the season. [2]
s-31 In 2005, Holt was named defensive player of the year in District 6-4A, [3] and he earned all-district honors in 2006, his senior year. [4]
s-32 College career
s-33 Holt attended Navarro College in 2007 and 2008. [5]
s-34 After transferring to Rice University in 2009, he posted a .348 batting average with 12 home runs and 43 RBIs in 59 games for the Rice Owls.
s-35 He also led the Owls with 67 runs scored and shared the team lead with 11 stolen bases.
s-36 In the same season, he was named both to the All-NCAA Regional Team and the All-Silver Glove Trophy Series team. [6]
s-37 Holt was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates with the club's ninth round selection in the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft, one pick before his Rice teammate Ryan Berry. [7]
s-38 Professional career
s-39 Minor leagues
s-40 Holt began his professional career with the Pittsburgh Pirates' short season, Class-A affiliate, the State College Spikes, before advancing to the High-A Bradenton Marauders in 2010.
s-41 His 2010 season was cut short due to injury to his medial collateral ligament, which required surgery. [8]
s-42 He began the 2011 season with the Pirates' Double-A affiliate, the Altoona Curve.
s-43 On July 13, 2011, Holt was named the MVP of the Eastern League All-Star Game after hitting a two-run homer in the ninth inning. [9]
s-44 Holt opened 2012 with Altoona and later joined Triple-A Indianapolis Indians.
s-45 He was promoted to the Pittsburgh Pirates from the minors as the major league rosters expanded on September 1.
s-46 Pittsburgh Pirates (2012)
s-47 Holt made his Major League debut on September 1, 2012.
s-48 At the time of his promotion, he had hit a .322 average in 102 games with Altoona and .432 in 24 games for Indianapolis. [10]
s-49 On September 4, against the Houston Astros, Holt became only the second Pirates player since 1900 to have a four-hit game within his first four career games in the majors.
s-50 The only other Pirates player to have a four-hit game so early in his career was Jack Merson, who went 4-for-5 in his second major league game on September 15, 1951. [11]
s-51 In 24 games, Holt batted .292 with a triple and 3 RBI.
s-52 Boston Red Sox (2013 present)
s-53 2013
s-54 On December 26, 2012 he was traded to the Boston Red Sox (along with Joel Hanrahan) for Jerry Sands, Stolmy Pimentel, Mark Melancon, and Iván DeJesús, Jr.. [12]
s-55 Holt started the 2013 season with the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox.
s-56 He debuted for Boston after getting called up on July 6 in Anaheim.
s-57 In 2013, Holt played in 26 games, hitting .203 with 11 RBI.
s-58 Holt received his first championship ring when the Red Sox won the World Series over the St. Louis Cardinals in six games, despite not playing in the postseason.
s-59 2014
s-60 Holt again started 2014 in Triple-A, but was called up May 17 after an injury to Will Middlebrooks and hit leadoff for the rest of the season.
s-61 On May 31, 2014, against the Tampa Bay Rays at Fenway Park, Holt hit his first Major League home run.
s-62 On June 8, 2014, in order to allow Xander Bogaerts to play 3rd base, Holt moved to left field.
s-63 He immediately impressed, making a sensational catch on the warning track to rob Ian Kinsler of a hit.
s-64 On July 9, 2014, against the Chicago White Sox, Holt drove in Daniel Nava in the bottom of the 9th inning for the first walk-off hit of his career. [13]
s-65 On June 1, 2015, while starting at first base for the first time in his career, Holt went 4-for-4 with four doubles, a walk, and two RBI against the Tampa Bay Rays to win 4 to 0. [14]
s-66 By the end of the season, Holt had started games at every position except pitcher and catcher. [15]

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