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  • 2018 Kansas City Royals Supplemental Bios

    Brian Goodwin Rosell Herrera

    Ben Lively Jorge López Brett Phillips Jerry Vasto

  • bats LEFT

    throws RIGHT

    height 6-0

    weight 200

    BORN: NOV. 2, 1990 | 27 ACQUIRED: TRADE WITH WASHINGTON | JULY 22, 2018 RESIDES: RALEIGH, N.C. MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 1 YEAR, 19 DAYS

    #25 BRIAN GOODWIN O U T F I E L D E R

    2017 SEASON • Started the season at Triple-A Syracuse, but was recalled from May 8-23…recalled again on May 24 and spent the rest of the season with the Nationals, and slugged .511 with 33 extra-base hits in 64 games following his second recall.

    • Placed on the 10-day DL on Aug. 16 with a left groin strain and missed the remaining 45 games of the season. • When he was placed on the DL on Aug. 16, he ranked among National League rookie leaders in doubles (21, tied for 2nd), extra-base hits (35, 4th), HR (13, 6th) and among NL rookies with at least 250 at-bats, his .498 slugging

    percentage ranked third.

    • Recorded his first career multi-HR game among three hits, including the game-tying HR in the seventh, in a 6-5 win in 10 innings on June 23 vs. Cincinnati.

    • On July 27 vs Milwaukee, he hit the first of back-to-back-to-back-to-back Nationals HR (Wilmer Difo, Ryan Zimmerman and Bryce Harper) to match a Major League record for consecutive HR.

    • Hit the game-winning HR off Junichi Tazawa in the eighth inning of a 3-2 win on Aug. 10 vs. Miami.

    CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • 2016: Spent Majority of the season with Triple-A Syracuse, where he was an International League midseason All-Star, batting .280/.349/.438 (122-for-436) with a career-high tying 14 RBI, 15 stolen bases and 68 RBI, fifth most in the league.

    • Made his Major League debut on Aug. 6 vs. San Francisco and went 0-for-1 as a defensive replacement. • Recorded his first Major League hit on Aug. 10 vs. Cleveland, a single off Zach McAllister. • Optioned on Aug. 18, but was recalled on Sept. 2 and spent the rest of the season with Washington. • Minors: In 2015, he spent the entire season with Double-A Harrisburg, where he played in 114 games and led the team with 58 runs and ranked tied for second with eight HR and third with 97 hits and 17 doubles.

    • Limitied to 81 games with Triple-A Syracuse in 2014, due to an injured left shoulder he sustained while sliding into

    second base on July 1, ending his season…at the time of his injury, he ranked second in the International League with 50 walks.

    • Added to Washington’s 40-man roster following the season. • Named an Eastern League All-Star in 2013, leading the league with 11 triples and ranking third with 82 runs and seventh with 66 walks…led Double-A Harrisburg with 40 extra-base hits.

    • Named an Arizona Fall League All-Star for the second straight season after batting .296 with seven extra-base hits and 12 RBI in 19 games with Mesa.

    • Hit .280/.384/.469 (107-for-382) with 42 extra-base hits and 18 steals in 110 games between Single-A Hagerstown and Double-A Harrisburg during his pro debut in 2012, despite missing five weeks with a left hamstring strain.

    • Named an Arizona Fall League All-Star in 2011 and earned AFL Rising Stars Game MVP honors.

    HONORS AND AWARDS • First MLB hit: Aug. 10, 2016 vs. Cleveland, single off Zach McAllister • First MLB home run: June 2, 2017 at Oakland, two-run shot off Zach Neal • 2016 International League midseason All-Star

    • 2013 Eastern League midseason All-Star • 2013 Arizona Fall League All-Star • 2012 Arizona Fall League Rising Stars Game MVP • 2012 MiLB.com Organiation All-Star

    POSTSEASON HIGHLIGHTS • Was on Washington’s 2017 NLDS roster and made one appearance: entered in left field for Jayson Werth in the seventh inning of the Nationals’ Game 4 win at Wrigley

    Field, but was pinch-hit for in the eighth inning by Howie Kendrick.

    MISCELLANEOUS NOTES • Full name is Brian Christopher Goodwin…resides in Raleigh, N.C. • Drafted in the first round (34th overall) in 2011 out of Miami-Dade College, where he hit .382/.492/.631 (60-for- 157) with 21 extra-base hits and 16 steals in 47 games.

    • In 2010, he played his freshman season at North Carolina

    and his .291/.411/.511 (66-for-227) with 28 extra-base hits and 63 RBI in 60 games, earning Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American Team honors.

    • Named 2009 Gatorade Player of the Year in North Carolina after hitting .473 as a junior at Rocky Mount HS, leading them to their first state championship in 28 years.

    BRIAN GOODWIN

  • CAREER BATTING YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SAC SF HP BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 2012 Hagerstown .324 58 216 47 70 18 1 9 38 1 3 3 43 39 15 4 .438 .542 2 Harrisburg .223 42 166 17 37 8 1 5 14 0 0 2 18 50 3 3 .306 .373 2 2013 Harrisburg .252 122 457 82 115 19 11 10 40 1 1 8 66 121 19 11 .355 .407 5 2014 Syracuse .219 81 274 31 60 10 4 4 32 4 0 1 50 95 6 4 .342 .328 3 2015 Harrisburg .226 114 429 58 97 17 4 8 46 0 3 2 38 93 15 7 .290 .340 10 2016 Syracuse .280 119 436 51 122 25 1 14 68 2 5 3 46 106 15 3 .349 .438 6 WASHINGTON .286 22 42 1 12 4 1 0 5 0 0 0 2 14 0 0 .318 .429 0 2017 Syracuse .256 25 90 9 23 4 0 2 11 2 1 0 10 29 2 1 .327 .367 1 WASHINGTON .251 74 251 41 63 21 1 13 30 0 3 1 23 69 6 0 .313 .498 2 Minor League Totals .253 561 2068 295 524 101 22 52 249 10 13 19 271 533 75 33 .343 .399 29 Major League Totals .256 96 293 42 75 25 2 13 35 0 3 1 25 83 6 0 .314 .488 2

    CAREER TRANSACTIONS 2009 Selected by the Chicago White Sox in the 17th round of the First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign. 2011 Selected by the Washington Natioanls in the first round (34th overall) of the First-Year Player Draft…signed by Alex Morales 2017 Placed on 10-day DL (left groin strain), Aug. 16 through the end of the season. 2018 Placed on 10-day DL (left wrist contusion), April 17…reinstated June 1. Acquired by the Kansas City Royals from the Washington Nationals, for RHP Jacob Condra-Bogan, July 22

    BRIAN GOODWIN (CONT.)

    CAREER FIELDING Position Pct. G TC PO A E DP Outfield .986 83 139 132 5 2 2

    SINGLE GAME BESTS HITS 4 June 2, 2017 at OAK

    DOUBLES 2 (3x) Last: Aug. 8, 2017 vs. MIA

    RBI 2 (8x) Last: Aug. 10, 2017 vs. MIA

    RUNS 3 June 24, 2017 vs. CIN

    HITTING STREAKS 5 (3x) Last: Aug. 8-13, 2017

    HOME RUN INFORMATION LEAD-OFF (2) June 11, 2017 vs. TEX (Bibens-Dirkx) July 23, 2017 @ ARI (Ray)

  • 7

    bats SWITCH

    throws RIGHT

    height 6-3

    weight 195

    BORN: OCT. 16, 1992 | 25 ACQUIRED: CLAIMED OFF WAIVERS | JUNE 2, 2018 RESIDES: SANTO DOMINGO, D.R. MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0 DAYS

    #7 ROSELL HERRERA I N F I E L D E R / O U T F I E L D E R

    2017 SEASON • Made his first appearance at the Triple-A level with Albuquerque in the Reds’ organization and hit .278 (89- for-320) with a .351 on-base percentage in 103 games.

    • Started games in left field (61), third base (5) and second base (2).

    • Had 20 stolen bases in 26 attempts and entered the 2017 season 130-for-185 (70.3) in his minor league career. • Made his first career pitching appearancein a 13-10 loss on June 24 vs. El Paso and was charged with one earned run on two hits in 1.0 inning…surrendered a three-run HR to Ryan Schimpf in the 14th inning, snapping a 7-7 tie.

    CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Claimed off waivers from Cincinnati on June 2, 2018. • 2016: Hit .292/.374/.379 (124-for-425) in a career-high-tying 126 games with Hartford (AA) and ranked third in the Eastern League with 36 stolen bases…led the team in walks (56) and was second in runs (61).

    • 2015: After spending the first five seasons of his career as an infielder, he played all three outfield positions at Modesto (A), including starts in CF (62), RF (22) and LF (19).

    • 2014: Played in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game

    at Target Field, but was limited to just 72 games with Modesto (A) due to wrist injuries.

    • 2013: Hit .343/.419/.515 (162-for-472) with career highs in doubles (33), HR (16) and RBI (76), leading the South Atlantic League in hitting.

    • Named South Atlantic League Most Valuable Player and Most Outstanding Minor League Prospect. • 2010: Named Dominican Summer League midseason All-Star.

    HONORS AND AWARDS • 2015 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game selection (World Team) • 2013 South Atlantic League MVP & Most Outstanding Major League Prospect

    • 2013 South Atlantic League midseason & postseason All-Star • 2013 MiLB.com Organiation All-Star • 2010 Dominican Summer League midseason All-Star

    MISCELLANEOUS NOTES • Full name is Rosell Amado Herrera…pronounced row-SELL her-RARE-uh.