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NOLAN ARENADO   +

MLB  Colorado Rockies   40-man Roster
Positions
3B-541
Born
April 16, 1991  (23.188)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-1 / 205
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
El Toro  (El Toro,CA)
College:
 
Drafted:
Colorado Rockies:  2009-2-59 (June-Reg)  bonus: $625,000 
Signed by
Full Name
Nolan James Arenado 
TBC Player ID
148035
MLB Debut
April 28, 2013  (22.012)
Year


vs LH/RH:


Pitch Type
182 163
199 439
35 66 58
60 85 95
47 73 87
.500
.400
.300
.240
.000
Brother of Jonah Arenado

Top Prospect:  mlb  2011 (#80), 2012 (#42), 2013 (#52)   team  2010 (#10-COL), 2011 (#3-COL), 2012 (#2-COL), 2013 (#1-COL)
Speed
26
Contact
93
Patience
30
Batting
75
Power
56

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OFF THE FIELD
Start DateStatusMLB TeamMinor Team40-ManTransaction Description
2014-07-03ActiveColorado Rockies YesRecalled from minor league rehab assignment
2014-07-03ActiveColorado Rockies YesActivated from DL
2014-06-29MinorsColorado RockiesColorado Springs (AAA) Activated from disabled list
2014-05-24DL-15Colorado Rockies YesDL-15 Fractured left middle finger
2013-04-28ActiveColorado Rockies YesContract purchased from Colorado Springs (AAA)
2013-04-06MinorsColorado RockiesColorado Springs (AAA) Assigned to Colorado Springs (AAA)
2012-06-09MinorsColorado RockiesTulsa (AA) 

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DateNotes
2009-07-18Signed by Rockies
Drafted:  Selected by Colorado Rockies in 2nd round (59th overall) of 2009 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)


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