Jordan Ebert

Height: 6-1 Weight: 180
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Born: Foley, Alabama
Resides: Foley, Alabama
High School: Baldwin County (Bay Minette, Alabama)
College: Auburn University (Auburn, Alabama – “Tigers”)
Draft: NDFA – KC – 2016
Born: 7/7/93 Opening Night Age: 24
Classification: ROOKIE

Career Highlights: Third season of professional baseball and second with the Goldeyes…re-signed by the Goldeyes on 2/5/18…originally signed by Goldeyes on 4/4/17…contract was purchased by Colorado Rockies’ organization prior to 2017 spring training…member of the Goldeyes’ 2017 American Association championship team…career .309 hitter with three home runs and 39 RBI in 92 games played…52 career runs scored with 17 doubles, two triples, 18 stolen bases, and 18 walks…career .357 on-base percentage…career .958 fielding percentage in 73 games at second base…lifetime .321 average with runners in scoring position (112 AB)…career .325 hitter against right-handed pitching (265 AB)…signed by the Royals as a non-drafted free agent in 2016…played four season of college baseball at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama…hit a combined .314 for the Tigers from 2013-16 with 123 runs, nine home runs, 106 RBI in 218 collegiate games…hit .325 with 41 runs and 31 RBI in 55 games during senior season in 2016…majored in Physical Education…played in the Cape Cod League for the Brewster Whitecaps in 2013 and the Cotuit Kettleers in 2014…combined for a .271 average in 20 games during two seasons in the Cape Cod League…played at Baldwin County High School in Bay Minette, Alabama…father, Michael, played college baseball at East Tennessee State University and Faulkner State Community College…full name is Jordan Thomas Ebert

Winnipeg (American Association/Ind.): Hit .316 for the Goldeyes in 48 games with two home runs and 13 RBI…scored 24 runs with eight doubles, four stolen bases, and 12 walks…finished with a .372 on-base percentage…committed just six errors and turned 18 double plays in 44 games at second base…hit safely in 30 of 48 games…had 15 multi-hit games, including five 3-hit games…had 9-game hitting streak from 6/30-7/15 (17-for-34, .500)…3-for-5 with run scored, double, home run, and two RBI on 6/30 vs. Sioux Falls…2-for-4 with two runs, home run, and two RBI on 7/30 vs. Fargo-Moorhead…3-for-4 with two runs and a double on 8/12 vs. Wichita…3-for-4 with run scored, double, and two RBI on 8/24 vs. Sioux City…helped Goldeyes win the American Association championship…scored game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning in clinching Game Four of the American Association Division Series on 9/10 vs. Lincoln

Grand Junction (Pioneer/R/Colorado): Appeared in two games for the Rockies, going 3-for-8 (.375) with one RBI…scored one run

Idaho Falls (Pioneer/R/Kansas City): Hit .299 for the Chukars in 32 games with one home run and 22 RBI…scored 16 runs with seven doubles, one triple, eight stolen bases, and four walks…hit safely in 23 of 32 games…had 11 multi-hit games, including two 3-hit games and one 4-hit game…had 9-game hitting streak from 7/13-7/25 (16-for-39, .410)…3-for-5 with run, double, and two RBI on 7/17 vs. Missoula…hit first career home run while going 4-for-4 with two runs and two RBI on 7/31 vs. Grand Junction…had three RBI while going 3-for-5 with run scored and double on 8/30 vs. Ogden

Royals (Arizona/R/Kansas City): Appeared in 10 games for the Royals’ Arizona League affiliate, going 12-for-40 (.300) with three RBI…scored 11 runs with two doubles, one triple, six stolen bases, and two walks…hit safely in eight of 10 games…had three multi-hit games, including one 3-hit game…made professional debut on 6/23 at the Reds’ Arizona League affiliate and picked up first career hit, going 1-for-5 with a run scored…picked up first two career RBI on 7/3 at the Padres’ Arizona League affiliate, while going 2-for-5 with a double…scored three runs while going 3-for-5 with an RBI on 7/8 vs. the Mariners’ Arizona League affiliate…helped Royals reach the Arizona League playoffs

Rick Forney on Jordan Ebert: I’m really pleased to announce the return of both Andrew (Sohn) and Jordan. Both players were very important pieces in our championship run. Jordan is a really good baseball player. He was tearing up the league before he suffered the hamstring injury in Gary that derailed his season a little bit. I’m really excited to see what he can do over a full, injury-free year.