In trade from Oakland along with Jason
Jones, Gerald Laird and Mario Ramos for Carlos Pena and Mike Venafro on
Jan. 14, 2002.
3: Ludwick thankful to be in big leagues - full
2: Outfielder Ryan Ludwick has been recalled from Oklahoma to
take Everett's spot on the 25-man roster.
24, has been the RedHawks most consistent hitter all season, leading the
team in all three major offensive categories – hitting (.306), home
runs (16) and RBI’s (60). He has played in 75 of 80 games this season
and has become a regular in right field after starting the season as a
June 26: Oklahoma RedHawks outfielder Ryan Ludwick
was one of 28 players selected to the Pacific Coast League’s Triple-A
All-Star team. Click here to read full
24: Ryan Ludwick moved into second place in the PCL Home Run race
with his 16th homer of the season Tuesday against Iowa.
Started 21 games for the Rangers
in centerfield…Hit .235 with one home
run and nine RBI’s for the big league club during the month of June.
· Opened the season at Double-A Midland in Oakland’s organization and
played 119 games with the RockHounds, batting
.269 with 25
home runs and 96
· Named to the Texas League post-season All-Star
· Promoted to Triple-A Sacramento
· Finished the season with Sacramento,
hitting .228 (13-for-57)
in 17 games, adding 1 home run and 7 RBIs.
· Combined for 103 RBIs
and Sacramento, tying for seventh in all of minor league baseball in
Highlights: Spent the season with Class A Modesto of
the California League, earning a place on the league’s post-season
All-Star team...Ranked second in the league in home runs (29), third in total bases (249),
and fourth in both RBI (102)
and extra base hits (48).