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Yasmani Grandal

Yasmani Grandal 39 C

Oklahoma City Dodgers

  • Status: Rehab Assignment
  • Full Name: Yasmani Grandal
  • Age: 26 (November 8, 1988)
  • Birthplace: Havana, Cuba
  • Bats/Throws: S/R Ht: 6' 1" Wt: 225
  • Draft: Round 1 (2010, CIN)
  • MLB Debut: 06/02/2012
  • School: Miami, FL
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Yasmani Grandal Stats Summary

Yasmani Grandal Career Stats

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Yasmani Grandal Awards and Honors

Yasmani Grandal  39 C

  • Full Name: Yasmani Grandal
  • Born: November 8, 1988
  • Age: 26
  • Birthplace: Havana, Cuba
  • Bats: S
  • Throws: R
  • Height: 6' 1"
  • Weight: 225
  • Draft: Round 1 (2010, CIN)
  • School: Miami, FL
  • MLB Debut: 06/02/2012

Acquired by the San Diego Padres with first baseman Yonder Alonso and pitchers Brad Boxberger and Edinson Volquez from the Cincinnati Reds for pitcher Mat Latos on Dec. 17, 2011. ... Was named the Padres' No. 4 prospect (No. 68 overall) by MLB.com entering the 2012 season. ... Selected by the Reds in the first round (12th overall) of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft out of the University of Miami. ... Was a member of USA Baseball's national team that won the World Baseball Challenge in 2009. ... Entered the 2011 season as the sixth-best prospect in the Reds organization and the best defensive catcher, according to Baseball America. ... Was named 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year and a semifinalist for the USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award, the Johnny Bench Award and the Dick Howser Trophy. Also was named a first-team All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, Baseball America, Yahoo! Sports and Louisville Slugger. ... Was teammates with fellow Padres farmhands Yonder Alonso, Blake Tekotte and Jason Hagerty on the Miami team that was the No. 1 seed at the 2008 College World Series. ... Was born in Cuba and moved to the United States at the age of 10. ... Graduated from Miami Springs (Fla.) High School, where he was named the Miami Herald's 2007 Class 6A Player of the Year, an Aflac All-American and a second team ABCA/Rawlings All-American.