Jonathan Lucroy , C


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Longmont Houligans
Born: 1986-06-13 (34) | Bats: R | Throws: R
Height: 6' 0 | Weight: 200
Born:Eustis, FL (USA) | College: Louisiana-Lafayette

Pro Debut/Team: 2010-05-21, Chicago Cubs


2019 Card Ratings

Available Usage: 352 | Ratings: c-4(+1)e6,T-4(pb-1) 1b-4e25

Pos. Defense vsL
1-5

1-10

1-15
| vsR
1-5

1-10

1-15
vs. All Batters --- 11 12 13 | 21 17 15
as C 406 17 19 20 | 39 31 26
as 1B 425 4 5 6 | 8 6 5



2020 Projection
Rotochamp Projection
MLB Team MLB Position Proj. ABs Proj. OBS Proj. $
BOS C 98 .728 ($12.48)

2019 Platoon Splits



2019 MLB Hitting Stats:
Name AB R H DO TR HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG
Jonathan Lucroy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000

Last 10 Games:
Date AB R H BI BB K .
September 28, 2019 5 0 0 0 0 1 Box
September 27, 2019 1 0 0 0 0 0 Box
September 26, 2019 3 0 0 1 1 0 Box
September 16, 2019 0 0 0 0 1 0 Box
September 15, 2019 1 1 1 1 0 0 Box
September 14, 2019 1 0 0 0 0 1 Box
September 13, 2019 0 0 0 0 1 0 Box
September 09, 2019 1 0 0 0 0 0 Box
September 07, 2019 1 0 0 0 0 1 Box
September 06, 2019 1 0 0 0 0 0 Box

2020 Spring Training


Current Minor League Hitting Stats:
Name AB R H DO TR HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG
Jonathan Lucroy 8 3 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 .250 .333 .750



CTCBL Career Stats

Year Team Img02 AB R H Img02 2B 3B HR BI Img02 SB CS BB K Img02 AVG OBP SLG Img02 E
2011 Mass Mayhem(MMM) 240 31 69 Img02 10 0 5 32 Img02 2 1 11 57 Img02 .287 .320 .392 Img02 5
2012 Mass Mayhem(MMM) 363 40 100 Img02 13 1 16 47 Img02 1 0 24 88 Img02 .275 .325 .449 Img02 6
2013 Mass Mayhem(MMM) 336 44 99 Img02 23 5 11 53 Img02 0 0 37 54 Img02 .295 .369 .491 Img02 4
2014 Mass Mayhem(MMM) 437 62 114 Img02 14 6 13 49 Img02 2 1 41 55 Img02 .261 .334 .410 Img02 12
2015 Mass Mayhem(MMM) 643 85 199 Img02 62 3 8 56 Img02 0 4 65 75 Img02 .309 .375 .453 Img02 5
2016 Mass Mayhem(MMM) 395 54 119 Img02 29 3 10 43 Img02 1 0 46 59 Img02 .301 .372 .466 Img02 5
2017 Mass Mayhem(MMM) 493 62 142 Img02 28 3 16 69 Img02 4 0 41 105 Img02 .288 .341 .454 Img02 3
2018 Mass Mayhem(MMM) 435 49 111 Img02 17 6 9 48 Img02 0 0 29 48 Img02 .255 .313 .384 Img02 1
2019 Longmont Houligans(LMH) 440 34 105 Img02 20 1 3 41 Img02 0 0 29 59 Img02 .239 .291 .309 Img02 5
9 yrs. Career Totals-------> 3,782 461 1,058 Img02 216 28 91 438 Img02 10 6 323 600 Img02 .280 .340 .424 Img02 46
8 yrs. Mass Mayhem 3,342 427 953 Img02 196 27 88 397 Img02 10 6 294 541 Img02 .285 .346 .439 Img02 41
1 yrs. Longmont Houligans 440 34 105 Img02 20 1 3 41 Img02 0 0 29 59 Img02 .239 .291 .309 Img02 5

CTCBL Transactions
Trades:

2018-11-01: Mass Mayhem trades: Gorkys Hernandez(LF-SFN); Jonathan Lucroy(C-CON); Luke Voit(1B-SLN); 2020 Rookie MMM #3.0; to South End Houligans for: Francisco Cervelli(C-PIN); Leonys Martin(CF-CHN); Corey Dickerson(LF-TBA);



Draft History:

2011 Rookie: Drafted by MMM in Round 2, overall selection #44.
Other moves:


Player News
MLB.com Says
News: Maxwell sent down to make room for Blackburn

Analysis: Maxwell had appeared in just 18 of the A's first 62 games and was batting .182 in a secondary role. The move allowed the A's to clear roster space for Thursday's starter, right-hander Paul Blackburn. Outfielder Boog Powell, rehabbing a strained right knee, was transferred to the 60-day disabled list. Maxwell was appointed as the club's primary catcher nearly a year ago, after Stephen Vogt was designated for assignment, but his bat has been lagging ever since. Despite the inconsistent production, in addition to legal issues stemming from an offseason incident, the A's stuck with Maxwell and carried him on their Opening Day roster. He drew only 16 starts as the lefty counterpart to Lucroy's right-handed bat and posted a .207 on-base percentage in 58 plate appearances.

Last Updated: June 7, 2018 at 11:05 PM ET


From Baseball-Reference:

9/18: Bleeding Yankee Blue- GREG BIRD IS ON THE PHILLIES NOW GUYS (Fri, 18 Sep 2020 16:15:37 -0400)
Not a big story, but we like to keep track of former Yankees and so that's why we're telling you this.  Looks like Greg Bird was able to latch onto a new team... the Philadelphia Phillies.The Philadelphia Inquirer reports:"...the Phillies announced the signings of veteran catcher Jonathan Lucro

9/16: That Balls Outta Here- Phillies sign Greg Bird, Jonathan Lucroy to MiLB contracts (Wed, 16 Sep 2020 12:17:27 -0400)
The Phillies have signed two veterans as apparent back-up options for Rhys Hoskins and J.T. Realmuto Following their series opener victory against the New York Mets at Citizens Bank Park, the Philadelphia Phillies signed two notable veterans to minor-league contracts— first baseman Greg Bird ...

9/16: Mets Merized- Morning Briefing: Mets Starting To Lose Hope (Wed, 16 Sep 2020 12:15:32 -0400)
Good Morning, Mets fans! On Tuesday evening, the New York Mets fell 4-1 to the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. The Mets are now 21-26, 2.5 games back of the third-place Phillies, and 6.5 games back of the first-place Atlanta Braves. After the game, Brandon Nimmo admitted that “eve

9/16: MLBTradeRumors- Phillies Sign Jonathan Lucroy, Greg Bird (Wed, 16 Sep 2020 04:15:10 -0400)
The Phillies have signed catcher Jonathan Lucroy and first baseman Greg Bird to minor league contracts, Matt Gelb of The Athletic tweets. The two will report to the team’s alternate site. The Phillies are banged up at catcher and first base, so this is a late effort by the club to add depth as

9/16: MLBTradeRumors- Red Sox Release Jonathan Lucroy (Wed, 16 Sep 2020 00:15:11 -0400)
The Red Sox have released catcher Jonathan Lucroy, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com tweets. He had been part of their 60-man player pool. Lucroy, whom the Red Sox signed to a minor league contract over the winter, made one appearance for the team earlier this season. The 34-year-old has now appeared in

8/6: Last Word on Sports- Los Angeles Angels Catchers Hot Start (Thu, 06 Aug 2020 16:47:08 -0400)
Angels Catchers Are Off to a Hot Start Over the past several seasons, the Los Angeles Angels have seen a revolving door of catchers behind the plate including Carlos Perez, Martin Maldonado, Jonathan Lucroy, and Kevan Smith. Neither Smith nor Lucroy made a compelling case for the team’s long-term s