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Mark Teahen

32-Year-Old Outfielder – Free Agent

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LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: NO   BATS: L   THROWS: R   HT: 6' 3"   WT: 230   DOB: 9/6/1981   BORN: Redlands, CA   COLLEGE: Saint Mary's      Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed a minor league deal with the Giants in February 2014.

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Mark Teahen Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G PA AB R H XBH 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO SH SF HBP AVG OBP SLG OPS
2004 22 AA MID 53 229 197 31 66 25 15 4 6 36 0 0 29 44 0 2 1 .335 .419 .543 .962
2004 22 AAA SAC 20 81 69 9 19 8 8 0 0 10 0 1 11 22 0 0 1 .275 .383 .391 .774
2004 22 AAA OMA 84 347 307 41 87 31 22 1 8 41 0 1 32 89 1 2 5 .283 .358 .440 .798
2005 23 AAA OMA 8 34 27 4 7 2 2 0 0 4 0 0 7 9 0 0 0 .259 .412 .333 .745
2005 23 MAJ KAN 130 491 447 60 110 40 29 4 7 55 7 2 40 107 2 1 1 .246 .309 .376 .685
2006 24 AAA OMA 24 98 79 14 30 14 8 4 2 14 0 0 19 12 0 0 0 .380 .500 .658 1.158
2006 24 MAJ KAN 109 439 393 70 114 46 21 7 18 69 10 0 40 85 2 2 2 .290 .357 .517 .874
2007 25 MAJ KAN 144 608 544 78 155 46 31 8 7 60 13 5 55 127 4 2 3 .285 .353 .410 .763
2008 26 MAJ KAN 149 623 572 66 146 50 31 4 15 59 4 3 46 131 0 2 3 .255 .313 .402 .715
2009 27 MAJ KAN 144 571 524 69 142 47 34 1 12 50 8 1 37 123 2 2 6 .271 .325 .408 .734
2010 28 AAA CHA 11 46 33 7 12 2 2 0 0 4 0 0 10 7 0 2 1 .364 .500 .424 .924
2010 28 MAJ CHA 77 262 233 31 60 19 13 2 4 25 3 5 25 61 2 2 0 .258 .327 .382 .709
2011 29 AAA CHA 8 38 31 1 6 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 7 9 0 0 0 .194 .342 .226 .568
2011 29 MAJ TOR 27 47 42 3 8 2 1 0 1 3 0 0 4 17 1 0 0 .190 .261 .286 .547
2011 29 MAJ CWS 51 130 118 11 24 6 3 0 3 11 0 1 12 28 0 0 0 .203 .277 .305 .582
2011  (Multiple Teams) 29 MAJ TOR/CWS 78 177 160 14 32 8 4 0 4 14 0 1 16 45 1 0 0 .200 .273 .300 .573
2012 30 AAA SYR 124 500 450 60 117 35 28 4 3 63 9 3 45 102 0 3 2 .260 .328 .360 .688
2013 31 AAA ROU 10 38 35 1 6 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 11 0 0 0 .171 .237 .171 .408
2013 31 AAA REN 22 85 71 12 15 3 3 0 0 5 0 0 12 22 0 2 0 .211 .318 .254 .572
3-Year Averages     78 177 160 14 32 8 4 0 4 14 0 1 16 45 1 0 0 .200 .273 .300 .573
Career  (View All)     831 3,171 2,873 388 759 256 163 26 67 332 45 17 259 679 13 11 15 .264 .327 .409 .736

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Mark Teahen: MLB Games Played By Position

Year C 1B 2B 3B SS OF LF CF RF DH
2011 18 32 15 6 9 6
2010 3 52 10 10 10
2009 11 3 107 32 32

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Mark Teahen Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm PA AB Walk Rate Strikeout Rate BB/K Ratio Contact Rate BABIP Isolated Power
2004 22 AA MID 229 197 12.7% 19.2% 0.66 78% .408 .208
2004 22 AAA SAC 81 69 13.6% 27.2% 0.50 68% .404 .116
2004 22 AAA OMA 347 307 9.2% 25.6% 0.36 71% .376 .157
2005 23 AAA OMA 34 27 20.6% 26.5% 0.78 67% .389 .074
2005 23 MAJ KAN 491 447 8.1% 21.8% 0.37 76% .309 .130
2006 24 AAA OMA 98 79 19.4% 12.2% 1.58 85% .431 .278
2006 24 MAJ KAN 439 393 9.1% 19.4% 0.47 78% .331 .227
2007 25 MAJ KAN 608 544 9% 20.9% 0.43 77% .361 .125
2008 26 MAJ KAN 623 572 7.4% 21% 0.35 77% .308 .147
2009 27 MAJ KAN 571 524 6.5% 21.5% 0.30 77% .334 .137
2010 28 AAA CHA 46 33 21.7% 15.2% 1.43 79% .462 .060
2010 28 MAJ CHA 262 233 9.5% 23.3% 0.41 74% .333 .124
2011 29 AAA CHA 38 31 18.4% 23.7% 0.78 71% .273 .032
2011 29 MAJ TOR 47 42 8.5% 36.2% 0.24 60% .292 .096
2011 29 MAJ CWS 130 118 9.2% 21.5% 0.43 76% .241 .102
2011  (Multiple Teams) 29 MAJ TOR/CWS 177 160 9% 25.4% 0.36 72% .252 .100
2012 30 AAA SYR 500 450 9% 20.4% 0.44 77% .330 .100
2013 31 AAA ROU 38 35 7.9% 28.9% 0.27 69% .250 .000
2013 31 AAA REN 85 71 14.1% 25.9% 0.55 69% .306 .043
3-Year Averages     177 160 9% 25.4% 0.36 72% .252 .100
Career     3,171 2,873 8.2% 21.4% 0.38 76% .325 .145

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Mark Teahen: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Teahen signed a minor league deal with the Giants that does not include an invitation to spring training, the CSN Bay Area reports.

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Teahen was released by the Rangers on Monday, the Fort Worth Star Telegram's Drew Davidson reports.

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Teahen agreed to a minor league contract with the Rangers on Thursday, MLB.com's T.R. Sullivan reports.

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Teahen was released by the Diamondbacks on Monday, Tim Dierkes of MLBTR reports.

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Teahen was returned to the Diamondbacks after his trade the Reds was voided by a failed physical, MLB.com reports.

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Teahen was dealt to Cincinnati on Tuesday for cash or a player to be determined, FOX Sports Arizona reports.

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Teahen has signed a minor league deal with the D-Backs.

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Teahen was re-assigned to the Nationals' minor league camp on Sunday.

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Teahen has signed a minor league contract with the Nationals, the Nationals' official Twitter feed reports.

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The Blue Jays have released Teahen, FOXSports.com's Jon Morosi reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Mark Teahen.

2012

Teahen was basically the Queen of Spades that got passed to the Jays in acquiring Edwin Jackson before they flipped Jackson over to the Cardinals in the Colby Rasmus trade as the Jays basically agreed to swallow his salary as part of the deal. He was released by the Jays in January and faces an uphill battle to make the Nationals' Opening Day roster after signing a minor league deal with Washington in February.

2011

Teahen opened 2010 as the White Sox's starting third baseman, but he lost the job after fracturing his right middle finger at the end of May. He was on the shelf until August, and he returned to a utility role rather than an everyday gig. Also consider that he posted a career-low .709 OPS when healthy, and he did not appear to get any sort of offensive boost from playing home games at U.S. Cellular field. Brent Morel is slated to start at third in 2011, so Teahen could see time at four or five positions in a super-utility role.

2010

Teahen was traded to the White Sox in early November for infielders Chris Getz and Josh Fields and he promptly signed a three-year extension with his new team. Following another productive year where he hit .271/.325/.408 with 12 homers, 50 RBI and 69 runs scored, Teahen is expected to serve as the White Sox's everyday third baseman. During his time with the Royals, Teahen proved to be very versatile making starts at every position but catcher and shortstop. Making the move to U.S. Cellular Field should help improve his power numbers, but Teahen doesn't have the skill set to become an elite offensive option for fantasy owners at third base.

2009

Things weren't much prettier for Teahen in 2008 than they were in the disappointing 2007. His home run total rebounded to 15, but his slugging percentage dropped to a modest .402 and he took just 46 walks in 572 at-bats. He did play a bit better in limited time at third base, and he may be headed back to the infield after the team acquired Coco Crisp. His 2009 role is a bit unclear at this point, and it would not be surprising to see his name dangled about in trade rumors until the Royals find a suitable offer.

2008

Teahen suffered a major power-outtage in 2007, hitting just seven long balls - including a drought of 250 at-bats without a home run. He tried to blame his struggles on his transition to the outfield from third base, but the majority of his home runs came in the earlier part of the season, before he got adjusted. The acquisition of Jose Guillen could move Teahen to first base, so there might be another transition period. He has been able to steal bases in the past two seasons, and double-digit steals would be a perk if he becomes eligible as a first baseman.

2007

Teahen deserved both a demotion to Triple-A in early May and the team's MVP award at the end of the season. He was clueless in April, hitting .219 and striking out 19 times in 19 games. The struggles carried over to the first few games in Triple-A Omaha, and then something clicked. After hitting .380 in Omaha, Teahen returned to Kansas City and hit .313 with 19 doubles, five triples and 16 home runs in 316 at-bats. His defense suffered a bit in 2006, but Teahen is an above-average third baseman. However, Alex Gordon is about to arrive in Kansas City, which will push Teahen into the outfield.

2006

Teahen wasn't supposed to spend the entire 2005 season in the big leagues. The Royals signed Chris Truby to hold down that job until Teahen was ready, but Truby broke his arm and Teahen was forced into action. Teahen was coasting along much of the year, but then something happened. He started to hit for power and hit with confidence, showing a bat the Royals were excited to see blossom. His glove had improved throughout the year, too. The Royals like him enough to be pondering where to play first-round selection Alex Gordon when he arrives.

2005

Teahen was the jewel of the trade that sent Carlos Beltran to Houston and Octavio Dotel to Oakland. A third baseman, Teahen showed he was ready for the majors by tearing up Double-A and then putting in a nice season in two Triple-A stops. He then went on to destroy the Arizona Fall League, earning league honors for sportsmanship and being named to the all-prospect team. The Royals signed Chris Truby to hold the position should Teahen not be ready, but a good spring could see him as the opening Day starter at third. Expectations should be tempered however since Teahen has yet to hit 10 or more home runs in a season at any level college included.

2004

One of Billy Beane's Moneyball picks from the 2002 amateur draft.