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Brett Nicholas
Brett James Nicholas (born July 18, 1988) is an American professional baseball catcher for the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball (MLB) Nicholas

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Brett Nicholas Nicholas playing for the Round Rock Express, triple-A affiliates of the Texas Rangers, in 2016 Texas Rangers – No. 6 Catcher, Pitcher (once) Born: (1988-07-18) July 18, 1988 (age 29)
Phoenix, Arizona Bats: Left Throws: Right MLB debut April 11, 2016, for the Texas Rangers MLB statistics
(through July 26, 2017) Batting average .275 Home runs 2 Runs batted in 4 Teams
  • Texas Rangers (2016–present)

Brett James Nicholas (born July 18, 1988) is an American professional baseball catcher for the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball (MLB)

Career

Nicholas was born in Phoenix, Arizona and attended Pinnacle High School in Phoenix. In 2008, he attended Gonzaga University, in 2009 he went to Scottsdale Community College and in 2010, he attended University of Missouri. He slashed .378/.483/.617 with nine home runs and 49 RBI for Scottsdale Community College in 2009 and in 2010, he hit .351/.434/.592 with 12 home runs and 64 RBI. He was drafted in the sixth round of the 2010 Major League Baseball draft, one pick after pitcher Logan Darnell, and began his professional career that year.

He played for the AZL Rangers and Spokane Indians in 2010 and Spokane and the Myrtle Beach Pelicans in 2012. In 2013, he batted .285/.351/.413 with eight home runs, 63 RBI and 33 doubles in 122 games for Myrtle Beach, earning a selection to play in the Arizona Fall League. In 2013, he was a Texas League Mid- and Post-Season All-Star, a MiLB.com Organization All-Star, an AFL Rising Star and the Rising Stars MVP after hitting .289/.357/.474 with 21 home runs and 91 RBI for the Frisco RoughRiders during the regular season and .230/.266/.393 in 17 games for the Surprise Saguaros during the AFL campaign. He hit two home runs during the Fall Stars Game.

He reached Triple-A for the first time in 2014, hitting .274/.322/.389 with 10 home runs and 58 RBI in 127 games for the Express. Back with Round Rock in 2015, Nicholas batted .268/.314/.412 with 12 home runs and 63 RBI.

He has earned stints in major league spring training each year since 2012.

He was promoted to the major leagues for the first time on April 10, 2016, after catcher Robinson Chirinos was placed on the disabled list. He started his first career game a day later against Seattle. He picked up his first two career hits in four at bats and also threw out Nori Aoki at second base in the first inning in a 7-3 win.

On July 26, 2017, Nicholas pitched for the Texas Rangers in the ninth inning of a game against the Miami Marlins. He allowed four earned runs, giving him an ERA of 36.00.

References
  1. ^ Nicholas blasts two homers in Fall Stars Game
  2. ^ Who? Rangers prospect Brett Nicholas takes home MVP honors at all-star game
  3. ^ Rangers' Brett Nicholas: Added to active roster
External links
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Texas Rangers current roster Active roster
  • 1 Elvis Andrus
  • 3 Delino DeShields
  • 5 Mike Napoli
  • 6 Brett Nicholas
  • 12 Rougned Odor
  • 13 Joey Gallo
  • 14 Carlos Gómez
  • 16 Ryan Rua
  • 17 Shin-Soo Choo
  • 18 Drew Robinson
  • 20 Tyler Smith
  • 29 Adrián Beltré
  • 30 Nomar Mazara
  • 33 Martín Pérez
  • 35 Cole Hamels
  • 37 Jason Grilli
  • 43 Tony Barnette
  • 51 Matt Bush
  • 54 Andrew Cashner
  • 56 Austin Bibens-Dirkx
  • 58 Alex Claudio
  • 61 Robinson Chirinos
  • 62 José Leclerc
  • 64 A. J. Griffin
  • 68 Ricardo Rodríguez
Inactive roster
  • 19 Jurickson Profar
  • 22 Nick Martinez
  • 31 Jared Hoying
  • 39 Darío Álvarez
  • 47 Clayton Blackburn
  • 52 Tanner Scheppers
  • 59 Connor Sadzeck
  • 60 Anthony Bass
  • 65 Yohander Méndez
  • 67 Ronald Guzmán
  • -- Jhan Mariñez
  • -- Joely Rodríguez
Disabled list
  • 2 Hanser Alberto
  • 21 Chi Chi Gonzalez
  • 41 Jake Diekman
  • 44 Tyson Ross
  • 50 Keone Kela
  • 84 Prince Fielder
Coaching staff
  • Manager 28 Jeff Banister
  • Bench 24 Steve Buechele
  • First base 4 Héctor Ortiz
  • Third base 27 Tony Beasley
  • Hitting 9 Anthony Iapoce
  • Assistant hitting 0 Justin Mashore
  • Pitching 46 Doug Brocail
  • Bullpen 40 Brad Holman
  • Bullpen catcher 66 Josh Frasier
  • Field 82 Josh Bonifay


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