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Christian Yelich
Christian Stephen Yelich (born December 5, 1991) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Milwaukee Brewers of Major League Baseball (MLB)

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Christian YelichYelich with the Milwaukee Brewers in 2018Milwaukee Brewers – No. 22OutfielderBorn: (1991-12-05) December 5, 1991 (age 26)
Thousand Oaks, California Bats: Left Throws: Right MLB debutJuly 23, 2013, for the Miami MarlinsMLB statistics
(through 2018 season)Batting average.297Home runs95Runs batted in403Stolen bases94 Teams
  • Miami Marlins (2013–2017)
  • Milwaukee Brewers (2018–present)
Career highlights and awards
  • All-Star (2018)
  • Gold Glove Award (2014)
  • 2× Silver Slugger Award (2016, 2018)
  • NL MVP (2018)
  • NL Hank Aaron Award (2018)
  • NL batting champion (2018)
  • 2x Hit for the cycle (2018)
Medals Men's baseball Representing  United States World Baseball Classic 2017 Los Angeles Team

Christian Stephen Yelich (born December 5, 1991) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Milwaukee Brewers of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played for the Miami Marlins. Yelich was drafted out of high school by the Marlins in the 1st round (23rd overall) of the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft. He bats left-handed and throws right-handed.[1] He is one of four players in Brewers history to win the Major League Baseball Most Valuable Player Award.

Contents
  • 1 Career
    • 1.1 Amateur career
    • 1.2 Miami Marlins
    • 1.3 Milwaukee Brewers
  • 2 International career
  • 3 Personal life
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Career Amateur career

Yelich was born in Thousand Oaks, California, and attended Westlake High School.[2] During his freshman year, he batted .373 with 25 hits and 16 strikeouts in 67 at bats.[3] In his sophomore year, he batted .341 with 31 hits and 24 strikeouts in 91 at bats.[4] During Yelich's junior year, he batted .489 with 46 hits and struck out 6 times.[5] In his senior year, he batted .451 with 37 hits, nine strikeouts and nine home runs in 82 at bats.[6] He was named Second Team All-American by Max Preps and was ranked 34 among the top 100 players in the nation in high school.[7]

Miami Marlins

Yelich was offered a scholarship to play at the collegiate level with the Miami Hurricanes baseball team.[8] However, he was drafted by the Marlins 23rd overall in the 2010 Major League Baseball draft and agreed to a $1.7 million signing bonus on August 17, shortly before the deadline to sign 2010 draftees was about to pass.[9][10] Yelich played for the Gulf Coast League Marlins for six games, getting nine hits and seven strikeouts with a batting average of .375 before being advanced to Class-A. He played in six games for the Greensboro Grasshoppers in 2010, batting .348. In 2011, he batted .261 with 43 hits, six strikeouts and four home runs. Yelich was named the Marlins' Minor League Player of the Year in both 2011 and 2012.[11][12]

On July 23, 2013, the Marlins promoted Yelich to the major leagues from the Double-A Jacksonville Suns.[13][14] He had a fantastic 2014 season, batting .284 with 21 steals out of the leadoff spot for the Miami Marlins.[15] He also won a Gold Glove Award in left field, becoming the franchise's youngest ever player and first outfielder to win the award.[16][17][18] During the season, Yelich set a franchise record for fielding percentage in left field, at .996.[19] Yelich and the Marlins finalized a seven-year, $49.57 million contract extension on March 22, 2015.[20] He struggled to start the season, and was placed on the disabled list in April with lower back strain before making his return on May 8.[21][22] His batting average reached a season low of .178 on May 22.[23] In August, Yelich bruised his right knee and was again placed on the disabled list.[24] Yelich had improved from his earlier offensive struggles and was hitting .275/.343/.376 with six home runs, 29 RBIs and fourteen stolen bases up to that point in the season.[25][26] Despite aggravating the injury shortly after his return, Yelich remained an active player for the quality of his bat.[27][28] Near the end of the season, Yelich shared the field with Marcell Ozuna, the outfielder who had replaced him during his second stint on the disabled list.[29] Yelich closed the 2015 season with a .300 average.[23]

Yelich was projected to bat third to start 2016.[30] He hit well in that spot, and managed to increase his power output.[31][32] On April 23, in a game against the San Francisco Giants, Yelich hit three doubles, which tied a franchise record.[33] Defensively, Yelich was a starting outfielder, alongside Ozuna and Giancarlo Stanton.[34] In late May, Yelich missed some time due to back spasms.[35][36] After Stanton was placed on the disabled list, Ozuna played Stanton's usual position in right field, while Yelich took Ozuna's spot in center on days that backup outfielder Ichiro Suzuki was unavailable.[37]

Milwaukee Brewers

On January 25, 2018, the Marlins traded Yelich to the Milwaukee Brewers for Lewis Brinson, Isan Díaz, Monte Harrison, and Jordan Yamamoto.[38] Yelich was named to the 2018 MLB All-Star Game after batting .285 with 11 home runs, 36 RBIs, and 11 stolen bases.[39] Yelich, a reserve for the National League, replaced Matt Kemp in left field and went 1-for-3, hitting a solo home run in an 8–6 extra-inning loss to the American League. On August 29, Yelich hit for the cycle against the Cincinnati Reds, collecting a total of six hits in the game.[40] On September 2, Yelich hit his first career grand slam, in a game against the Washington Nationals.[41] On September 17, Yelich hit for the cycle, also against the Cincinnati Reds, for the second time in 19 days, becoming the fifth player in MLB history to hit two cycles in the same season and the first player in MLB history to hit multiple cycles against the same team in the same season.[42] Yelich finished the 2018 season with a .326/.402/.598 slash line, 36 homers, and 110 RBIs, winning the first NL batting title in Brewers history, while narrowly falling short of a triple crown.[43][44] On October 26, Yelich was announced as the National League recipient of the annual Hank Aaron Award.[45] On November 16, Yelich was named Most Valuable Player of the National League, falling one vote shy of a unanimous selection.[46]

International career

He played for the United States national baseball team in the 2017 World Baseball Classic. Following the conclusion of the tournament, he was named to the All-World Baseball Classic team.[47]

September 10, 2018, he was selected MLB All-Stars at 2018 MLB Japan All-Star Series.[48]

Personal life

Yelich's paternal grandfather is of Serb descent.[49] Yelich's maternal great-grandfather was American football player Fred Gehrke.[2] An uncle, Chris Yelich, played football for the UCLA Bruins.[50] Yelich is the oldest of three children; his brothers are Collin and Cameron.[51] Collin was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft.[52] Cameron is a United States Marine.[53][54] His maternal grandfather is Japanese.[55]

See also
  • List of Major League Baseball single-game hits leaders
  • List of Major League Baseball players to hit for the cycle
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  • 1995: Finley, Grissom, Mondesí
  • 1996: Ba. Bonds, Finley, Grissom
  • 1997: Ba. Bonds, Mondesí, Walker
  • 1998: Ba. Bonds, Jones, Walker
  • 1999: Finley, Jones, Walker
  • 2000: Edmonds, Finley, Jones
  • 2001: Edmonds, Jones, Walker
  • 2002: Edmonds, Jones, Walker
  • 2003: Cruz, Edmonds, Jones
  • 2004: Edmonds, Finley, Jones
  • 2005: Abreu, Edmonds, Jones
  • 2006: Beltrán, Cameron, Jones
  • 2007: Beltrán, Jones, Francoeur, Rowand
  • 2008: Beltrán, McLouth, Victorino
  • 2009: Bourn, Kemp, Victorino
  • 2010: Bourn, González, Victorino
  • 2011: Ethier, Kemp, Parra
  • 2012: González, Heyward, McCutchen
  • 2013: Gómez, González, Parra
  • 2014: Heyward, Lagares, Yelich
  • 2015: Heyward, Marte, Pollock
  • 2016: Heyward, Inciarte, Marte
  • 2017: Heyward, Inciarte, Ozuna
  • 2018: Dickerson, Inciarte, Markakis
  • v
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  • e
National League Outfielder Silver Slugger Award
  • 1980: Baker, Dawson, Hendrick
  • 1981: Baker, Dawson, Foster
  • 1982: Durham, Guerrero, Murphy
  • 1983: Cruz, Dawson, Murphy
  • 1984: Cruz, Gwynn, Murphy
  • 1985: McGee, Murphy, Parker
  • 1986: Gwynn, Parker, Raines
  • 1987: Davis, Dawson, Gwynn
  • 1988: Gibson, Van Slyke, Strawberry
  • 1989: Davis, Gwynn, Mitchell
  • 1990: Bonds, Bonilla, Strawberry
  • 1991: Bonds, Bonilla, Gant
  • 1992: Bonds, Van Slyke, Walker
  • 1993: Bonds, Dykstra, Justice
  • 1994: Alou, Bonds, Gwynn
  • 1995: Bichette, Gwynn, Sosa
  • 1996: Bonds, Burks, Sheffield
  • 1997: Bonds, Gwynn, Walker
  • 1998: Alou, Sosa, Vaughn
  • 1999: Guerrero, Sosa, Walker
  • 2000: Bonds, Guerrero, Sosa
  • 2001: Bonds, L. Gonzalez, Sosa
  • 2002: Bonds, Guerrero, Sosa
  • 2003: Bonds, Pujols, Sheffield
  • 2004: Abreu, Bonds, Edmonds
  • 2005: Cabrera, Jones, Lee
  • 2006: Beltrán, Holliday, Soriano
  • 2007: Beltrán, Holliday, Lee
  • 2008: Braun, Holliday, Ludwick
  • 2009: Braun, Ethier, Kemp
  • 2010: Braun, C. González, Holliday
  • 2011: Braun, Kemp, Upton
  • 2012: Braun, Bruce, McCutchen
  • 2013: Bruce, Cuddyer, McCutchen
  • 2014: McCutchen, Stanton, Upton
  • 2015: C. González, Harper, McCutchen
  • 2016: Blackmon, Céspedes, Yelich
  • 2017: Blackmon, Ozuna, Stanton
  • 2018: Markakis, Peralta, Yelich
  • v
  • t
  • e
National League Hank Aaron Award
  • 1999: Sosa
  • 2000: Helton
  • 2001: Bonds
  • 2002: Bonds
  • 2003: Pujols
  • 2004: Bonds
  • 2005: Jones
  • 2006: Howard
  • 2007: Fielder
  • 2008: Ramírez
  • 2009: Pujols
  • 2010: Votto
  • 2011: Kemp
  • 2012: Posey
  • 2013: Goldschmidt
  • 2014: Stanton
  • 2015: Harper
  • 2016: Bryant
  • 2017: Stanton
  • 2018: Yelich
  • v
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  • e
United States roster – 2017 World Baseball Classic – Champions
  • 2 Alex Bregman
  • 3 Ian Kinsler
  • 4 Chris Archer
  • 5 Josh Harrison
  • 6 Marcus Stroman (MVP)
  • 7 Christian Yelich
  • 10 Adam Jones
  • 12 Nolan Arenado
  • 17 Pat Neshek
  • 18 Luke Gregerson
  • 21 Brett Cecil
  • 22 Andrew McCutchen
  • 23 Jake Odorizzi
  • 24 Andrew Miller
  • 25 Jonathan Lucroy
  • 26 Brandon Crawford
  • 27 Giancarlo Stanton
  • 28 Buster Posey
  • 29 Tyler Clippard
  • 30 David Robertson
  • 31 Daniel Murphy
  • 33 J. A. Happ
  • 34 Drew Smyly
  • 35 Eric Hosmer
  • 41 Danny Duffy
  • 43 Mark Melancon
  • 44 Paul Goldschmidt
  • 47 Sam Dyson
  • 51 Jake McGee
  • 57 Tanner Roark
  • 60 Mychal Givens
  • 65 Nate Jones
  • — Jeff Samardzija
  • — Alex Wilson
  • Manager 11 Jim Leyland
  • Bench Coach 61 Tom Brookens
  • First Base Coach 1 Alan Trammell
  • Third Base Coach 42 Willie Randolph
  • Hitting Coach 9 Tino Martinez
  • Pitching Coach 38 Jeff Jones
  • Bullpen Coach Rich Donnelly
  • Bullpen Catcher 66 Mark Reed
  • Bullpen Catcher 67 Jett Ruiz
  • v
  • t
  • e
2017 World Baseball Classic All WBC Team
  • Catcher: Yadier Molina
  • First baseman: Eric Hosmer
  • Second baseman: Javier Báez
  • Shortstop: Francisco Lindor
  • Third baseman: Carlos Correa
  • Outfielders: Wladimir Balentien, Gregory Polanco, Christian Yelich
  • Designated hitter: Carlos Beltrán
  • Pitchers: Kodai Senga, Marcus Stroman, Josh Zeid
  • v
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  • e
Milwaukee Brewers current rosterActive roster
  • 3 Orlando Arcia
  • 5 Jonathan Schoop
  • 6 Lorenzo Cain
  • 7 Eric Thames
  • 8 Ryan Braun
  • 9 Manny Piña
  • 13 Tyler Saladino
  • 14 Hernan Perez
  • 15 Erik Kratz
  • 16 Domingo Santana
  • 21 Travis Shaw
  • 22 Christian Yelich
  • 23 Keon Broxton
  • 24 Jesús Aguilar
  • 26 Jacob Nottingham
  • 27 Zach Davies
  • 32 Jeremy Jeffress
  • 33 Xavier Cedeño
  • 35 Brent Suter
  • 37 Adrian Houser
  • 38 Dan Jennings
  • 39 Corbin Burnes
  • 41 Junior Guerra
  • 43 Matt Albers
  • 45 Jhoulys Chacín
  • 46 Corey Knebel
  • 50 Jacob Barnes
  • 51 Freddy Peralta
  • 52 Jimmy Nelson
  • 53 Brandon Woodruff
  • 54 Taylor Williams
  • 56 Aaron Wilkerson
  • 57 Chase Anderson
  • 66 Mauricio Dubón
  • 71 Josh Hader
  • 73 Marcos Diplan
  • -- Troy Stokes Jr.
  • -- Trey Supak
  • -- Tyrone Taylor
Coaching staff
  • Manager 30 Craig Counsell
  • Bench 49 Pat Murphy
  • First base 31 Carlos Subero
  • Third base 0 Ed Sedar
  • Hitting -- Andy Haines
  • Pitching Chris Hook
  • Assistant hitting 40 Jason Lane
  • Bullpen Steve Karsay
  • Bullpen catcher 55 Marcus Hanel
  • Bullpen catcher -- Robinzon Díaz


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2018 Topps Stadium Club Baseball Milwaukee Brewers Team Set of 11 Cards: Brandon Woodruff(#89), Keon Broxton(#107), Christian Yelich(#136), Ryan Braun(#221), Domingo Santana(#222), Josh Hader(#224), Lorenzo Cain(#225), Orlando Arcia(#235), Zach Davies(#238), Eric Thames(#259), Travis Shaw(#265)
2018 Topps Stadium Club Baseball Milwaukee Brewers Team Set of 11 Cards: Brandon Woodruff(#89), Keon Broxton(#107), Christian Yelich(#136), Ryan Braun(#221), Domingo Santana(#222), Josh Hader(#224), Lorenzo Cain(#225), Orlando Arcia(#235), Zach Davies(#238), Eric Thames(#259), Travis Shaw(#265)
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