Jonathan Villar
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Jonathan Villar
Jonathan Rafael Villar Roque (born May 2, 1991) is a Dominican professional baseball second baseman for the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball

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Dominican baseball player This article uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Villar and the second or maternal family name is Roque. Jonathan VillarVillar with the Houston Astros in 2013Baltimore Orioles – No. 2Second baseman / ShortstopBorn: (1991-05-02) May 2, 1991 (age 28)
La Vega, Dominican Republic Bats: Switch Throws: Right MLB debutJuly 22, 2013, for the Houston AstrosMLB statistics
(through August 1, 2019)Batting average.257Home runs67Runs batted in243Stolen bases185 Teams
  • Houston Astros (2013–2015)
  • Milwaukee Brewers (2016–2018)
  • Baltimore Orioles (2018–present)
Career highlights and awards
  • MLB stolen base leader (2016)
  • Hit for the cycle on August 5th, 2019

Jonathan Rafael Villar Roque (born May 2, 1991) is a Dominican professional baseball second baseman for the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played in MLB for the Houston Astros and Milwaukee Brewers. Prior to 2017, Villar was primarily a shortstop.

Contents
  • 1 Career
    • 1.1 Houston Astros
    • 1.2 Milwaukee Brewers
    • 1.3 Baltimore Orioles
  • 2 References
  • 3 External links
Career

Villar signed with the Philadelphia Phillies as an international free agent. Before the 2011 season, the Phillies traded Villar, J. A. Happ, and Anthony Gose to the Houston Astros for Roy Oswalt.[1]

Houston Astros

Villar was named the 94th best prospect in baseball by Baseball America prior to the 2011 season. He was invited to Astros' spring training in 2012. Villar played for the Oklahoma City RedHawks in 2013, and was named the Astros' minor league hitter of the month for June 2013.[2]

On July 21, the Astros promoted Villar to the major leagues.[3] On July 30, 2013, Villar stole home against the Baltimore Orioles.[4] His strong finish to 2013 made him the team's Opening Day starter in 2014, but struggled offensively in 2014 as well as 2015. Nevertheless, he was named to the Astros' roster for the 2015 American League Wild Card Game. In the seventh inning, he pinch-ran for Chris Carter, stole second base, and scored on a single by José Altuve to make the score 3-0, which ended up being the final score of the game.

Milwaukee Brewers

The Astros traded Villar to the Milwaukee Brewers for Cy Sneed on November 19, 2015.[5] Villar impressed Brewers manager Craig Counsell in Spring Training, and became the Brewers' Opening Day shortstop. Villar played very well for the first half of the season despite the team's struggles, posting a .298 batting average, 6 home runs and a league-leading 19 stolen bases before the All-Star Break.[6] After top prospect Orlando Arcia was promoted to the Majors, Villar was moved to third base. He finished the year with 62 stolen bases, leading the league, four more than Billy Hamilton of the Cincinnati Reds, along with a .285 average, 62 RBIs, and 19 home runs. He led the National League in power-speed number (29.1).[7]

After the acquisition of third baseman Travis Shaw, the Brewers announced that Villar would shift to second base. Villar struggled for most of 2017, and lost his starting job at second base after the Brewers traded for Neil Walker. With Keon Broxton struggling, Villar began to get regular starts in center field. Defensive struggles and the emergence of rookie outfielder Brett Phillips resulted in Villar once again returning to a bench role.

Baltimore Orioles

On July 31, 2018, the Brewers traded Villar and minor leaguers Luis Ortiz and Jean Carmona to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for Jonathan Schoop.[8] Villar was activated on August 2nd and played his first game with the Orioles later that night. He collected two hits and scored a run in his Orioles debut. He collected three hits the next night, including his first RBI with the O's. Two nights later, he would collect three more hits in three at-bats, including a double, home run, one RBI, a walk and three runs scored. In 54 games, Villar hit .258/.336/.392 with eight home runs and led the Orioles with 21 stolen bases. On August 5, 2019, he hit for the cycle in a game against the New York Yankees; becoming the 5th Oriole to ever hit for the cycle.

References
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  2. ^ "Ultimate Astros » Villar, Correa among Astros minor league honorees". Blog.chron.com. 2013-07-03. Retrieved 2013-07-21.
  3. ^ "Astros designate veterans Pena and Cedeno for assignment; Villar called up". Therepublic.com. Archived from the original on 2013-07-21. Retrieved 2013-07-21.
  4. ^ "Villar steals home". MLB.com. 2013-07-30. Retrieved 2013-08-02.
  5. ^ Brewers acquire infielder Jonathan Villar from Houston
  6. ^ All-Star Voting Update: Ryan Braun only Brewer in top 5 for position players - Brew Crew Ball
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  8. ^ Trezza, Joe (July 31, 2018). "Brewers deal for Schoop from O's". mlb.com. Retrieved July 31, 2018.
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National League season stolen base leaders
  • 1886: Andrews
  • 1887: Ward
  • 1888: Hoy
  • 1889: Fogarty
  • 1890: Hamilton
  • 1891: Hamilton
  • 1892: Ward
  • 1893: Brown
  • 1894: Hamilton
  • 1895: Hamilton
  • 1896: Kelley
  • 1897: Lange
  • 1898: Delahanty
  • 1899: Sheckard
  • 1900: Donovan & Van Haltren
  • 1901: Wagner
  • 1902: Wagner
  • 1903: Chance & Sheckard
  • 1904: Wagner
  • 1905: Devlin & Maloney
  • 1906: Chance
  • 1907: Wagner
  • 1908: Wagner
  • 1909: Bescher
  • 1910: Bescher
  • 1911: Bescher
  • 1912: Bescher
  • 1913: Carey
  • 1914: Burns
  • 1915: Carey
  • 1916: Carey
  • 1917: Carey
  • 1918: Carey
  • 1919: Burns
  • 1920: Carey
  • 1921: Frisch
  • 1922: Carey
  • 1923: Carey
  • 1924: Carey
  • 1925: Carey
  • 1926: Cuyler
  • 1927: Frisch
  • 1928: Cuyler
  • 1929: Cuyler
  • 1930: Cuyler
  • 1931: Frisch
  • 1932: Klein
  • 1933: Martin
  • 1934: Martin
  • 1935: Galan
  • 1936: Martin
  • 1937: Galan
  • 1938: Hack
  • 1939: Hack & Handley
  • 1940: Frey
  • 1941: Murtaugh
  • 1942: Reiser
  • 1943: Vaughan
  • 1944: Barrett
  • 1945: Schoendienst
  • 1946: Reiser
  • 1947: Robinson
  • 1948: Ashburn
  • 1949: Robinson
  • 1950: Jethroe
  • 1951: Jethroe
  • 1952: Reese
  • 1953: Bruton
  • 1954: Bruton
  • 1955: Bruton
  • 1956: Mays
  • 1957: Mays
  • 1958: Mays
  • 1959: Mays
  • 1960: Wills
  • 1961: Wills
  • 1962: Wills
  • 1963: Wills
  • 1964: Wills
  • 1965: Wills
  • 1966: Brock
  • 1967: Brock
  • 1968: Brock
  • 1969: Brock
  • 1970: Tolan
  • 1971: Brock
  • 1972: Brock
  • 1973: Brock
  • 1974: Brock
  • 1975: Lopes
  • 1976: Lopes
  • 1977: F. Taveras
  • 1978: Moreno
  • 1979: Moreno
  • 1980: LeFlore
  • 1981: Raines
  • 1982: Raines
  • 1983: Raines
  • 1984: Raines
  • 1985: Coleman
  • 1986: Coleman
  • 1987: Coleman
  • 1988: Coleman
  • 1989: Coleman
  • 1990: Coleman
  • 1991: Grissom
  • 1992: Grissom
  • 1993: Carr
  • 1994: Biggio
  • 1995: Veras
  • 1996: Young, Sr.
  • 1997: Womack
  • 1998: Womack
  • 1999: Womack
  • 2000: Castillo
  • 2001: Pierre & Rollins
  • 2002: Castillo
  • 2003: Pierre
  • 2004: Podsednik
  • 2005: Reyes
  • 2006: Reyes
  • 2007: Reyes
  • 2008: W. Taveras
  • 2009: Bourn
  • 2010: Bourn
  • 2011: Bourn
  • 2012: Cabrera
  • 2013: Young Jr.
  • 2014: Gordon
  • 2015: Gordon
  • 2016: Villar
  • 2017: Gordon
  • 2018: Turner
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Dominican Republic roster – 2017 World Baseball Classic – 5th place
  • 2 Jean Segura
  • 3 Manny Machado
  • 5 Jonathan Villar
  • 6 Starling Marte
  • 7 José Reyes
  • 18 Carlos Martínez
  • 19 José Bautista
  • 21 Samuel Deduno
  • 22 Robinson Canó
  • 23 Nelson Cruz
  • 25 Gregory Polanco
  • 27 Jeurys Familia
  • 29 Adrián Beltré
  • 35 Welington Castillo
  • 36 Edinson Vólquez
  • 37 Álex Colomé
  • 38 Wily Peralta
  • 41 Carlos Santana
  • 45 Enny Romero
  • 48 Mel Rojas Jr.
  • 50 Héctor Neris
  • 56 Fernando Rodney
  • 58 Fernando Abad
  • 68 Dellin Betances
  • 70 Jumbo Díaz
  • 74 Hansel Robles
  • 76 César Valdez
  • 86 Alberto Rosario
  • – Santiago Casilla
  • – Bartolo Colón
  • – Johnny Cueto
  • – Édgar García
  • – Iván Nova
  • – Bryan Rodriguez
  • – Luis Severino
  • Manager Tony Peña
  • Coach José Canó
  • Coach 10 Bill Castro
  • Coach Denny González
  • Coach Alfredo Griffin
  • Coach Junior Noboa
  • Coach Juan Samuel
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Baltimore Orioles rosterActive roster
  • 1 Richie Martin
  • 2 Jonathan Villar
  • 12 Stevie Wilkerson
  • 15 Chance Sisco
  • 16 Trey Mancini
  • 19 Chris Davis
  • 23 Jace Peterson
  • 25 Anthony Santander
  • 28 Pedro Severino
  • 29 Asher Wojciechowski
  • 31 Jimmy Yacabonis
  • 32 Tom Eshelman
  • 37 Dylan Bundy
  • 38 Aaron Brooks
  • 39 Renato Núñez
  • 41 David Hess
  • 43 Shawn Armstrong
  • 48 Richard Bleier
  • 50 Miguel Castro
  • 51 Paul Fry
  • 52 Branden Kline
  • 57 Hanser Alberto
  • 60 Mychal Givens
  • 63 Tayler Scott
  • 64 Gabriel Ynoa
Inactive roster
  • 3 Cedric Mullins
  • 14 Rio Ruiz
  • 21 Austin Hays
  • 24 DJ Stewart
  • 49 Cody Carroll
  • 55 Dillon Tate
  • 56 Hunter Harvey
  • 58 Evan Phillips
  • 59 Luis Ortiz
  • 61 Austin Wynns
  • 62 Chandler Shepherd
  • 66 Tanner Scott
  • -- Ty Blach
Injured list
  • 17 Alex Cobb
  • 35 Dwight Smith Jr.
  • 45 Mark Trumbo
  • 65 Josh Rogers
  • 67 John Means
Coaching staff
  • Manager 18 Brandon Hyde
  • First base 13 Arnie Beyeler
  • Third base 11 Jose Flores
  • Pitching 26 Doug Brocail
  • Bullpen 47 John Wasdin
  • Hitting 30 Don Long
  • Assistant hitting 88 Howie Clark
  • Field coordinator/catching 34 Tim Cossins
  • Coach 27 José Hernández
  • Bullpen catcher 86 Dustin Hughes


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