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Andrew Benintendi
Andrew Sebastian Benintendi (born July 6, 1994) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB)

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Andrew Benintendi Benintendi with the Boston Red Sox in 2016 Boston Red Sox – No. 16 Outfielder Born: (1994-07-06) July 6, 1994 (age 23)
Cincinnati, Ohio Bats: Left Throws: Left MLB debut August 2, 2016, for the Boston Red Sox MLB statistics
(through July 14, 2017) Batting average .282 Hits 116 Home runs 14 Runs batted in 66 Teams
  • Boston Red Sox (2016–present)
Career highlights and awards
  • Dick Howser Trophy (2015)
  • Golden Spikes Award (2015)

Andrew Sebastian Benintendi (born July 6, 1994) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB). He played college baseball for the Arkansas Razorbacks of the University of Arkansas. The Red Sox selected Benintendi in the first round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft.

Contents
  • 1 Amateur career
  • 2 Professional career
    • 2.1 2016
    • 2.2 2017
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

Amateur career

Benintendi attended Madeira High School in Madeira, Ohio. As a senior, he batted .564 with 12 home runs, 57 runs batted in (RBIs), and 38 stolen bases for the Mustangs baseball team, and was the ABCA/Rawlings National High School Player of the Year and Ohio Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year. He finished his high school career with an Ohio-record 199 career runs scored. Benintendi was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 31st round of the 2013 Major League Baseball draft, but he did not sign with the team.

Benintendi enrolled at the University of Arkansas to play college baseball for the Arkansas Razorbacks baseball team. As a true freshman, he played in 61 games, with 60 starts and hit .276/.368/.333 with one home run and 27 RBI.

In 2015, Benintendi led the Southeastern Conference in batting average (.380), home runs (19), on-base percentage (.489), slugging percentage (.715), and walks (47). He was named the SEC Player of the Year. He also won the Baseball America College Player of the Year Award, the Dick Howser Trophy, and the Golden Spikes Award. Benintendi was considered one of the top prospects for the 2015 Major League Baseball draft.

Professional career

Benintendi was drafted by the Boston Red Sox with the seventh overall selection in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft. He signed with the Red Sox, receiving a $3.6 million signing bonus. Benintendi made his professional debut with the Lowell Spinners of the Class A-Short Season New York–Penn League. He began the 2016 season with the Salem Red Sox of the Class A-Advanced Carolina League, and received a promotion to the Portland Sea Dogs of the Class AA Eastern League on May 15.

2016

The Red Sox promoted Benintendi to the major leagues on August 2, 2016 straight from Double-A, only 421 days after being selected in the draft. He made his major league debut on August 2 against the Seattle Mariners as a pinch hitter and recorded his first major league hit off of Hisashi Iwakuma on August 3. Benintendi recorded both his first major league triple and home run against the Detroit Tigers on August 21 in a 10-5 loss.

On October 6, in Game 1 of the 2016 American League Division Series against the Cleveland Indians, Benintendi hit a home run in his first postseason at-bat off Indians' pitcher Trevor Bauer. With the feat, Benintendi became the youngest Red Sox player to hit a home run in a postseason game. However, the Indians won the game by a score of 5-4 and the series 3-0. He ended the 2016 season with a .295 batting average, 31 hits, 14 RBI, two home runs, and one stolen base.

2017

Benintendi started the 2017 season as part of the Red Sox' Opening Day Roster. He batted second as the Red Sox defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates by a score of 5-3. On July 4, against the Texas Rangers, Benintendi went 5-for-5 with 6 RBI, two home runs, and a double in the 11-4 victory.

References
  1. ^ "Arkansas Baseball Signee Named Player Of The Year". Arkansas News. Retrieved June 17, 2015. 
  2. ^ "30 Years of Honoring The Future: Former POY Andrew Benintendi on a major power surge". USA Today High School Sports. Retrieved June 17, 2015. 
  3. ^ "Madeira grad Benintendi’s blazing, leads NCAA in HRs". Cincinnati.com. April 18, 2015. Retrieved June 17, 2015. 
  4. ^ Reds select Madeira's Andrew Benintendi in MLB draft
  5. ^ Nate Allen, nallensports@att.net (May 5, 2015). "Allen: Weights, change of stance pay off for Benintendi". The Baxter Bulletin. Retrieved June 17, 2015. 
  6. ^ "Beefed-up Benintendi gives Hogs more bang". NWADG.com. Retrieved June 17, 2015. 
  7. ^ "Hot Springs Sentinel Record – Benintendi blasting off for Arkansas". hotsr.com. Retrieved June 17, 2015. 
  8. ^ "SEC Baseball Awards" (Press release). Southeastern Conference. May 28, 2015. Retrieved May 19, 2015. 
  9. ^ Dyer, Mike (June 11, 2015). "Andrew Benintendi named Baseball America National Player of the Year". Cincinnati Enquirer. Retrieved June 12, 2015. 
  10. ^ Red Sox pick Benintendi wins Howser Trophy, MLB.com. Published June 12, 2015. Retrieved June 12, 2015.
  11. ^ Jones, Matt (June 23, 2015). "Benintendi wins Golden Spikes Award". Arkansas Online. Retrieved August 14, 2015. 
  12. ^ Speier, Alex (June 9, 2015). "Red Sox draft Arkansas OF Andrew Benintendi seventh overall". BostonGlobe.com. Retrieved August 14, 2015. 
  13. ^ Willis, David (August 12, 2015). "Red Sox first round pick Benintendi showing why he dominated college baseball world". Gloucester Daily Times. Retrieved August 14, 2015. 
  14. ^ McCaffrey, Jen (August 11, 2015). "Boston Red Sox prospects: Andrew Benintendi impressing at Class A Short-Season Lowell". masslive.com. Retrieved August 14, 2015. 
  15. ^ Peng, Michael (May 15, 2016). "Red Sox promote Benintendi to Double-A: MLB.com's No. 22 overall prospect put together 23-game hit streak". MiLB.com. Retrieved May 16, 2016. 
  16. ^ Wilbur, Eric (August 2, 2016). "Here comes Andrew Benintendi, stamped with ‘rush delivery’ to the Red Sox". Boston.com. Retrieved August 4, 2016. 
  17. ^ http://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/SEA/SEA201608030.shtml
  18. ^ http://www.espn.com/mlb/boxscore/_/gameId/360821106
  19. ^ Hartwell, Darren (October 6, 2016). "Watch Andrew Benintendi Hit Huge Homer In His First Postseason At-Bat". Retrieved 2 June 2017. 
  20. ^ "Andrew Benintendi Stats, Fantasy & News". Boston Red Sox. Retrieved 2016-10-27. 
  21. ^ Corcoran, Cliff (April 2, 2017). "Breaking down the Red Sox’ Opening Day roster". Retrieved 16 June 2017. 
  22. ^ Dillon, Kevin (April 3, 2017). "Boston Red Sox Opening Day 2017: Complete coverage from Monday's win over the Pittsburgh Pirates". Retrieved 16 June 2017. 
  23. ^ "Boston Red Sox at Texas Rangers Box Score, July 4, 2017". Baseball Reference. Retrieved 5 July 2017. 
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  • Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or The Baseball Cube, or Baseball-Reference (Minors)
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Golden Spikes Award
  • 1978: Horner
  • 1979: Wallach
  • 1980: Francona
  • 1981: Fuentes
  • 1982: Schmidt
  • 1983: Magadan
  • 1984: McDowell
  • 1985: Clark
  • 1986: Loynd
  • 1987: Abbott
  • 1988: Ventura
  • 1989: McDonald
  • 1990: Fernandez
  • 1991: Kelly
  • 1992: Nevin
  • 1993: Dreifort
  • 1994: Varitek
  • 1995: Kotsay
  • 1996: Lee
  • 1997: Drew
  • 1998: Burrell
  • 1999: Jennings
  • 2000: Bouknight
  • 2001: Prior
  • 2002: Greene
  • 2003: Weeks
  • 2004: Weaver
  • 2005: Gordon
  • 2006: Lincecum
  • 2007: Price
  • 2008: Posey
  • 2009: Strasburg
  • 2010: Harper
  • 2011: Bauer
  • 2012: Zunino
  • 2013: Bryant
  • 2014: Reed
  • 2015: Benintendi
  • 2016: Lewis
  • v
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  • e
Dick Howser Trophy
  • 1987: Fiore
  • 1988: Ventura
  • 1989: S. Bryant
  • 1990: Fernández
  • 1991: Rodriguez
  • 1992: Kieschnick
  • 1993: Kieschnick
  • 1994: Varitek
  • 1995: Helton
  • 1996: Benson
  • 1997: Drew
  • 1998: Furniss
  • 1999: Jennings
  • 2000: Teixeira
  • 2001: Prior
  • 2002: Greene
  • 2003: Weeks
  • 2004: Weaver
  • 2005: Gordon
  • 2006: Lincoln
  • 2007: Price
  • 2008: Posey
  • 2009: Strasburg
  • 2010: Rendon
  • 2011: Jungmann
  • 2012: Zunino
  • 2013: K. Bryant
  • 2014: Reed
  • 2015: Benintendi
  • 2016: Beer
  • 2017: McKay
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Baseball America College Player of the Year Award
  • 1981: Sodders
  • 1982: Ledbetter
  • 1983: Magadan
  • 1984: McDowell
  • 1985: Incaviglia
  • 1986: Close
  • 1987: Ventura
  • 1988: Olerud
  • 1989: McDonald
  • 1990: Kelly
  • 1991: McCarty
  • 1992: Nevin
  • 1993: Kieschnick
  • 1994: Varitek
  • 1995: Helton
  • 1996: Benson
  • 1997: Drew
  • 1998: Austin
  • 1999: Jennings
  • 2000: Teixeira
  • 2001: Prior
  • 2002: Greene
  • 2003: Weeks
  • 2004: Weaver
  • 2005: Gordon
  • 2006: Miller
  • 2007: Price
  • 2008: Posey
  • 2009: Strasburg
  • 2010: Rendon
  • 2011: Bauer
  • 2012: Zunino
  • 2013: Bryant
  • 2014: Reed
  • 2015: Benintendi
  • 2016: Lewis
  • 2017: McKay
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Collegiate Baseball Player of the Year Award
  • 1984: McDowell
  • 1985: Incaviglia
  • 1986: Swindell
  • 1987: Robinson & Ventura
  • 1988: Benes
  • 1989: Bryant & McDonald
  • 1990: Kelly
  • 1991: Jones
  • 1992: Peever
  • 1993: Kieschnick
  • 1994: Jackson
  • 1995: Helton & Kotsay
  • 1996: Benson
  • 1997: Drew
  • 1998: Mench
  • 1999: Jennings
  • 2000: Bouknight
  • 2001: Prior
  • 2002: Greene
  • 2003: Weeks
  • 2004: Weaver
  • 2005: Robinson
  • 2006: Kulbacki & Roemer
  • 2007: Price & Thomas
  • 2008: Posey
  • 2009: Strasburg
  • 2010: Sale
  • 2011: Bauer
  • 2012: Petree
  • 2013: Bryant
  • 2014: Reed
  • 2015: Benintendi
  • 2016: Lauer
  • 2017: McKay & Rooker
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Southeastern Conference Athlete of the Year Male
  • 1976: Harvey Glance
  • 1977: Larry Seivers
  • 1978: Jack Givens
  • 1979: Reggie King
  • 1980: Kyle Macy
  • 1981: Rowdy Gaines
  • 1982: Buck Belue
  • 1983: Herschel Walker
  • 1984: Terry Hoage
  • 1985: Will Clark
  • 1986: Bo Jackson
  • 1987: Cornelius Bennett
  • 1988: Will Perdue
  • 1989: Derrick Thomas
  • 1990: Alec Kessler
  • 1991: Shaquille O'Neal
  • 1992: Shaquille O'Neal
  • 1993: Jamal Mashburn
  • 1994: Corliss Williamson
  • 1995: Todd Helton
  • 1996: Danny Wuerffel
  • 1997: Danny Wuerffel
  • 1998: Peyton Manning
  • 1999: Tim Couch
  • 2000: Kip Bouknight
  • 2001: Matías Boeker
  • 2002: Walter Davis
  • 2003: Alistair Cragg
  • 2004: Alistair Cragg
  • 2005: Ryan Lochte
  • 2006: Xavier Carter
  • 2007: David Price
  • 2008: Tim Tebow
  • 2009: Tim Tebow
  • 2010: Mark Ingram Jr.
  • 2011: John-Patrick Smith
  • 2012: Anthony Davis
  • 2013: Johnny Manziel
  • 2014: A. J. Reed
  • 2015: Andrew Benintendi
  • 2016: Jarrion Lawson
  • 2017: Brent Rooker
Female
  • 1984: Tracy Caulkins
  • 1985: Penney Hauschild
  • 1986: Jennifer Gillom
  • 1987: Lillie Leatherwood
  • 1988: Dara Torres
  • 1989: Bridgette Gordon
  • 1990: Dee Foster
  • 1991: Daedra Charles
  • 1992: Vicki Goetze
  • 1993: Nicole Haislett
  • 1994: Nicole Haislett
  • 1995: Jenny Hansen
  • 1996: Saudia Roundtree
  • 1997: Trinity Johnson
  • 1998: Chamique Holdsclaw
  • 1999: Chamique Holdsclaw
  • 2000: Kristy Kowal
  • 2001: Amy Yoder Begley
  • 2002: Andree Pickens
  • 2003: LaToya Thomas
  • 2004: Jeana Rice
  • 2005: Kirsty Coventry
  • 2006: Seimone Augustus
  • 2007: Monica Abbott
  • 2008: Candace Parker
  • 2009: Courtney Kupets
  • 2010: Susan Jackson
  • 2011: Kayla Hoffman
  • 2012: Brooke Pancake
  • 2013: Allison Schmitt
  • 2014: Hannah Rogers
  • 2015: Lauren Haeger
  • 2016: Bridget Sloan
  • 2017: Kendell Williams
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Southeastern Conference Baseball Player of the Year
  • 1993: Johnson
  • 1994: Walker
  • 1995: Helton
  • 1996: Furniss
  • 1997: Hudson
  • 1998: Pickler
  • 1999: Bledsoe
  • 2000: Bouknight
  • 2001: Burke
  • 2002: Peters
  • 2003: Hill
  • 2004: Head & Zeringue
  • 2005: LaPorta
  • 2006: Strieby
  • 2007: LaPorta
  • 2008: Beckham
  • 2009: Matthes
  • 2010: Morris
  • 2011: Zunino
  • 2012: Rhymes
  • 2013: Kemp
  • 2014: Reed
  • 2015: Benintendi
  • 2016: White
  • 2017: Rooker
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2015 College Baseball All-America Team consensus selections
  • SP Taylor Clarke
  • SP Michael Freeman
  • SP Carson Fulmer
  • SP Alex Lange
  • RP David Berg
  • RP Tyler Jay
  • 1B Will Craig
  • 3B David Thompson
  • SS Dansby Swanson
  • OF Andrew Benintendi
  • OF Donnie Dewees
  • OF D. J. Stewart
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2015 Major League Baseball Draft First Round Selections
  • Dansby Swanson
  • Alex Bregman
  • Brendan Rodgers
  • Dillon Tate
  • Kyle Tucker
  • Tyler Jay
  • Andrew Benintendi
  • Carson Fulmer
  • Ian Happ
  • Cornelius Randolph
  • Tyler Stephenson
  • Josh Naylor
  • Garrett Whitley
  • Kolby Allard
  • Trent Clark
  • James Kaprielian
  • Brady Aiken
  • Phil Bickford
  • Kevin Newman
  • Richie Martin
  • Ashe Russell
  • Beau Burrows
  • Nick Plummer
  • Walker Buehler
  • D. J. Stewart
  • Taylor Ward
  • Mike Nikorak
  • Mike Soroka
  • Jon Harris
  • Kyle Holder
  • Chris Shaw
  • Ke'Bryan Hayes
  • Nolan Watson
  • Christin Stewart
  • Kyle Funkhouser
  • Ryan Mountcastle
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Boston Red Sox first-round draft picks
  • 1965: Conigliaro
  • 1966: Brett
  • 1967: Garman
  • 1968: Maggard
  • 1969: Jenks
  • 1970: Hacker
  • 1971: Rice
  • 1972: Bishop
  • 1973: Cox
  • 1974: Ford
  • 1975: Foster
  • 1976: Hurst
  • 1977: Madden
  • 1978: None
  • 1979: None
  • 1980: None
  • 1981: Lyons, Burrell
  • 1982: Horn, Parkins, Ledbetter
  • 1983: Clemens
  • 1984: Marzano
  • 1985: Gabriele
  • 1986: McMurtry
  • 1987: Harris, Zupcic
  • 1988: Fischer
  • 1989: Blosser, Vaughn, Morton
  • 1990: None
  • 1991: Sele, J. Johnson, Hatteberg
  • 1992: None
  • 1993: Nixon
  • 1994: Garciaparra
  • 1995: Yount, Jenkins
  • 1996: Garrett, Reitsma
  • 1997: Curtice, Fischer
  • 1998: Everett
  • 1999: Asadoorian, Baker, Fossum
  • 2000: Dumatrait
  • 2001: None
  • 2002: None
  • 2003: Murphy, Murton
  • 2004: None
  • 2005: Ellsbury, Hansen, Buchholz, Lowrie, Bowden
  • 2006: Place, Bard, K. Johnson, Clay
  • 2007: Hagadone, Dent
  • 2008: Kelly, Price
  • 2009: Fuentes
  • 2010: Vitek, Brentz, Ranaudo
  • 2011: Barnes, Swihart, Owens, Bradley
  • 2012: Marrero, B. Johnson, Light
  • 2013: Ball
  • 2014: Chavis, Kopech
  • 2015: Benintendi
  • 2016: Groome
  • 2017: Houck
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Boston Red Sox current roster Active roster
  • 2 Xander Bogaerts
  • 3 Sandy León
  • 7 Christian Vázquez
  • 12 Brock Holt
  • 13 Hanley Ramírez
  • 15 Dustin Pedroia
  • 16 Andrew Benintendi
  • 17 Deven Marrero
  • 18 Mitch Moreland
  • 19 Jackie Bradley Jr.
  • 22 Rick Porcello
  • 24 David Price
  • 30 Chris Young
  • 31 Drew Pomeranz
  • 37 Heath Hembree
  • 38 Doug Fister
  • 41 Chris Sale
  • 46 Craig Kimbrel
  • 50 Mookie Betts
  • 52 Eduardo Rodríguez
  • 58 Fernando Abad
  • 59 Sam Travis
  • 63 Robby Scott
  • 67 Brandon Workman
  • 68 Matt Barnes
Inactive roster
  • 5 Tzu-Wei Lin
  • 23 Blake Swihart
  • 60 Henry Owens
  • 61 Brian Johnson
  • 62 Steve Selsky
  • 64 Ben Taylor
  • 66 Noe Ramirez
  • 71 Austin Maddox
  • 72 Kyle Martin
  • 76 Héctor Velázquez
  • 78 Luis Ysla
Disabled list
  • 28 Robbie Ross Jr.
  • 29 Roenis Elías
  • 32 Josh Rutledge
  • 35 Steven Wright
  • 39 Carson Smith
  • 40 Marco Hernández
  • 47 Tyler Thornburg
  • 51 Blaine Boyer
  • 56 Joe Kelly
Coaching staff
  • Manager 53 John Farrell
  • Bench 10 Gary DiSarcina
  • First base 20 Rubén Amaro Jr.
  • Bullpen 43 Dana LeVangie
  • Hitting 44 Chili Davis
  • Pitching 54 Carl Willis
  • Third base 55 Brian Butterfield
  • Asst. hitting 57 Vic Rodriguez
  • Asst. pitching 86 Brian Bannister


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