Mike Tauchman San Francisco Giants

Age: 30 (December 03, 1990) | 6' 2" | 200lbs. | Bats: Left OF-41 LF-20 CF-5 RF-19 DH-1 PH-12
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
COL AAA 2017 110 420 82 139 40 73 30 8 16 80 16 7 .331 .386 .555 8 15 .361 n/a
COL NL 2017 31 27 2 6 5 10 0 1 0 2 1 2 .222 .344 .296 16 31 .353 65/12/24 0 0
COL AAA 2018 112 403 84 130 60 70 26 7 20 81 12 10 .323 .408 .571 13 15 .345 n/a
COL NL 2018 21 32 5 3 4 15 1 0 0 0 1 0 .094 .194 .125 11 43 .176 65/12/24 -1 -1
NYY AAA 2019 28 95 22 26 16 16 10 3 2 16 4 0 .274 .386 .505 14 14 .308 n/a
NYY AL 2019 87 260 46 72 34 71 18 1 13 47 6 0 .277 .361 .504 11 24 .333 42/25/33 13 12
NYY AL 2020 43 95 18 23 14 26 6 0 0 14 6 0 .242 .342 .305 13 23 .329 41/30/29 12 12
NYY AL 2021 11 14 1 3 1 6 1 0 0 0 2 0 .214 .267 .286 6 43 .375 25/13/63 1 1
SF NL 2021 43 127 17 22 20 38 4 0 3 12 1 3 .173 .291 .276 14 26 .221 47/22/30 -1 -0
Career 5yrs 236 555 89 129 78 166 30 2 16 75 17 5 .232 .329 .380 12 26 .301 n/a
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The lone NL win yesterday.

Yesterday's Biggest Play

Batter: Mike Tauchman (SFG)

Pitcher: Josh Sborz (TEX)

Situation: Top 8th, 2 out, 3-1 count, Bases Loaded

Score:  TEX 4, SFG 2

Home Run (Line Drive to Deep RF Line)
4 runs scored on the play, and SFG's win probability increased 65% points, to 84%
SFG went on to win the game, 9-4

View the full game Boxscore at Baseball-Reference.com

Stathead Spotlight: Mike Tauchman

From the 9th spot in the batting order, players with 2-out go-ahead grand slams when down by 2+ runs in the 8th inning or later

DateBatterTmOppScoreInn
2021‑06‑08Mike TauchmanSFG@TEXdown 4‑2t8
2018‑08‑31Justin SmoakTOR@MIAdown 5‑2t9
2018‑07‑22Daniel Robertson*TBR MIAdown 4‑2b9
2018‑05‑19Chad PinderOAK@TORdown 4‑1t8
1995‑06‑21Jose ValentinMIL@TORdown 8‑6t9
1986‑08‑29Dick Schofield*CAL DETdown 12‑9b9
1970‑08‑11Carl Taylor*STL SDPdown 10‑7b9
1937‑07‑21 (1)Lynn NelsonPHA@CLEdown 7‑4t8

* - walkoff

Note: Event data is complete back to 1973, mostly complete back to 1950, and somewhat complete back to 1916.

See the list at Stathead.com's Batting Event Finder

Alex Patton Alex

What's that?  Hicks and Stanton are hurt?  Judge isn't playing the field?  The Yankees called up...Ryan Lamarre to start in CF today?

Good thing we've got Wandy Peralta!

Mike Landau ML-
May 17

Mike Yaz broke out when he was 30. Lightning strikes?

In any case, Tauchman is wonderful example of how a Triple-A guy can get by in the majors if given a chance. Props to the Yanks for flipping him for Peralta. 

Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Apr 29

Disagreed, Eugene.

We're attached because (a) the Yankees outfielders continually need replacing and (b) watching Tyler Wade, Thairo Estrada, and Jay Bruce "play" the outfield makes one yearn for, you know, Mike Tauchman.

Mike Landau ML-
Apr 29

Someone said it on twitter better than I can. I can't believe how many people are attached to a replacement level, 5th outfielder who is already 30 years old.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Apr 28

This is a George Steinbrenner move

GEOFF CRESAP SydThrift
Apr 28

Because Hicks, Judge and Stanton will all stay healthy all year, and who doesn't need a 4th lefty in the bullpen?

Mike Landau ML-
Apr 28
Fangraphs: EV 84.9 HardHit 24% HR/FB 0% LD%+ 140 Pull 21% Cent 37% Oppo 41%
Alex Patton Alex
Dec 16 '20