Baseball Player, American
Phillip Mathew Evans is an American-born Mexican baseball player who is also a free agent. Born on September 10, 1992, in Whittier, California, United States of America, he graduated from La Costa Canyon (CA) High School in 2011. Evans was earlier a part of Major League Baseball and played for New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates. He had played as a part of the Mexico National Baseball team against international teams.
During his college years, he played against 392 with seven home runs and 32 RBI during his senior year. Though he played collegiately with San Diego State University earlier, he went on to be a part of the New York Mets.
2016 He won the Eastern League Batting Title in a match against Binghamton by a .335( 121- 361). He scored 30 doubles which ranked 5th in the Eastern League, eight home runs, and 36 RBI in 96 games. He played 37 multi-hit games (24 two hits, 10 three hits, and 3 four-hit games). He scored at least one hit in 14 out of 16 games. He was awarded Eastern League PLayer of the week for august 15-20. He also played with Caguas in the Puerto Rican Winter League.
2017 Evans made his debut in the major league as a pinch-hitter in a match against Cincinnati. He got his first major league hit and scored a double hit on September 9. He made his first appearance in Atlanta in September. He played in two games as second base and six games as third base. He batted .279 (130 - 466) and scored 26 doubles, 3 triples, 11 home runs, 56 RBI, and 58 runs in 127 games for the 51s in his debut season at a Triple-A level.
2018 He played his first major league as an opening day roster; he got 3-21 in the 15 games he played with the Mets. He was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on April 5 and then to the Mets from 16-22 May and 28-30th May. He got a single RBI, a stolen base, and scored a single hit. It was his only RBI run scored and base stolen in the season.
In a match with Las Vegas, he got .256 (56 for 219) along with eight doubles, one triple and made a benchmark of 14 homers and 31 RBIs in 62 games. However, his tibia was fractured, for which he was under a seven days disabled list. Later he was shifted to the ten days disabled list on August 2. He was moved to the sixty-day disabled list on August 17 to ensure proper healing.
He bagged his 30th double in the final game and beat the record of Josh Vitters, who had 32 in 2012. He was the first among Cubs Farmhands to finish in total bases (219), went for first in extra-base hits (50), went for second in hits, and tied for thirds in home runs as a player for the Iowa Cubs.
During the match, he collided with right fielder Gregory Polanco and suffered from a jaw fracture. He was given 45 days' leave from the game and couldn't continue with the season. His jaw surgery was done by Dr. Mike White in Pittsburgh.
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|Position||Third baseman / Outfielder|
|Born||September 10, 1992|
|Listed height||5 ft 10|
|High school||La Costa Canyon, Carlsbad, CA|
|Draft||2011, New York Mets, Round: 15, Overall|
|September 8, 2017, for the New York Mets|
|MLB statistics(through 2021 season)|
|Runs batted in||27|
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