Rickie Weeks Speaker Profile
MLB Second Baseman for the Milwaukee Brewers
Rickie Weeks Biography
Brewers 2nd baseman, Rickie Weeks was born September 13, 1982 in Daytona Beach, Florida. Weeks bats and throws right-handed. A potential five-tool player, Weeks was considered a top prospect throughout college; his college career concluded with him being awarded the Dick Howser Trophy as the national collegiate player of the year. In spring 2003 at Southern University he batted an astonishing .500; in the Summer of 2003 Weeks propelled himself through the Brewers farm system, quickly making his Major League debut on September 15th of 2003. He has shown promise in three of the five tools: speed, power, and throwing arm.
Although Weeks has not yet shown he can consistently hit for average and field his position well, he played much of the 2005 season with a thumb injury. In his first full MLB season in 2005, Weeks had a batting average of .239 to go with 13 home runs and 15 stolen bases in 96 games. These HR/SB number are consistent with his minor league totals (playing in 209 games) of 21 home runs and 24 stolen bases. In 2006, Weeks hit .279 with 8 home runs, 34 RBIs, and 19 stolen bases in 95 games.
Weeks has a distinctive batting stance that is similar to that of Gary Sheffield, waggling his bat heavily before swinging.
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Posted on 4 August 2015 | 6:21 pm
Milwaukee Brewers' second baseman Rickie Weeks will be appearing at the Legends of the Field store in Delafield, Wisconsin. Weeks debuted with the Brewers in 2003 and has remained with the team ever since. He was selected to the All-Star team in 2011. The 30-year-old old will be meeting with fans and signing autographs on Saturday, April 20, at the store located at 2910 Golf Road...[Read More]
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