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Bret Boone
Major League Baseball

1988 Alaska Goldpanners
Roster Statistics Results Schedule Cardset

Full NameBret Robert Boone
Born04/06/1969
BirthplaceEl Cajon, CA
H/W;B/T5-10/180 ; R/R
PositionSecond Base
Out ofUSC
MLB Debut08/19/1992

“I asked him how in the hell he hit that pitch,” Eddie Guardado said. “And he said, ‘Sometimes Boone hits those pitches.’”

PRESSBOX

 AMATEUR CLIPPINGS:

  • 1988 - Earned distinction of becoming first Goldpanner whose father also played with the team.  

  • 1988 - Batted .330 for Trojans entering NCAA West I Regional with eight home runs and 50 RBIs.  

  • 1988 - Led USC in stolen base percentage (12-for-14). 

  • 1987 - Drafted by Minnesota Twins after graduating from El Dorado High in Placentia, California.

 

PROFESSIONAL CLIPPINGS:

  • SILVER SLUGGER - 2003, 2001

  • Grandfather Ray, father Bob, and brother Aaron all have played in the Majors

  • 1998 - Became the first third-generation All-Star in baseball history (father Bob and grandfather Ray).

  • 1997 - Set MLB record for 2B with fielding percentage of .997 (2 errors in 607 total chances) ... glove was sent to the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.

  • '95,'96,'97 - Led league in fielding at second base

  • 1992 - Pacific Coast League All- Star

  • 1990 - Drafted by the Mariners in the fifth round

Bob Boone (66-67-68) - Bret's Dad

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Rod Boone (70-71) - Bret's Uncle


 
2004 Alaska Goldpanners Team Set


1988 Team Set

Bob Boone: The Best of Them All | Baseball Card Checklist

2004 PRESSBOX

  • 11/2/4: Wins Golden Glove Award
  • 10/19/4: Pondering Bret Boone
  • 10/18/4: Ray Boone Has Died at 81 - Two-time All-Star Ray Boone, patriarch of a three-generation baseball family, died early Sunday following a long illness. He was 81.
  • 10/3/4: Boone on Bonds: Something Special "You're a star if you're on base .400," Boone said. "How about .600? You have a great, tremendous eye if you walk 100 times. Let me double that, and add another 25. It's numbers we've never seen. If you start breaking Babe Ruth's numbers, you're doing something pretty special. No one's ever walked the earth that can hit like that man." Bonds will blow away his own major-league record for highest on-base percentage (.582 in 2002). In fact, Bonds will now possess four of the top 11 seasons for OBP — his last four seasons, almost inarguably the best four-year stretch in baseball history."
  • 4/12/4: Homers in 10th to give Seattle first win
  • 3/21/4: Looking for another big season "With all but one of his 221 career homers coming as a second baseman, he ranks ninth among second basemen in major league history in homers. Ryne Sandberg is first with 277."
  • 3/4/4: Assumes role of strange leader

2003 PRESSBOX

2002 PRESSBOX

2001 PRESSBOX

2000 PRESSBOX

  • NOV 1: Padres do not exercise their option for 2001 Season

  • 10/30: Padres opt for buyout

  • 9/1: Placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to August 27, with a right knee contusion.  He may miss the rest of the season.

  • 6/11: Bret Boone (88) - Grand Slam, Six RBI in SD Win


1999 PRESSBOX



Goldpanners Statistics 1988

Batting Stats

YEARGABRHRBI2B3BHRBBSOSBSHHPAVG
198858218556343131113728728.289


Bret Boone - 1988 Alaska Goldpanners


Major League Statistics 1992-2003

Batting Stats

YearTeamGABRHHRRBIBBSOSBCSOBPSLGAVG
1992SEA33129152541543411.224.318.194
1993SEA7627131681238175223.301.443.251
1994CIN108381591221268247434.368.491.320
1995CIN138513631371568418451.326.429.267
1996CIN1425205612112693110032.275.354.233
1997CIN13944340997464510155.298.332.223
1998CIN1575837615524954810464.324.458.266
1999ATL152608102153206347112149.310.416.252
2000SD127463611161874509784.326.421.251
2001SEA158623118206371414011055.372.578.331
2002SEA155608881692410753102125.339.462.278
2003SEA1596221111833511768125163.366.535.294
TOTAL 1385514270913712767844002706443.325.435.269

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Bob Boone '66,'67,'68
Dad Bob

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Grand-dad Ike