Berroa was awful during his 21-game, early-part-of-the-season tenure with the Yankees in 2009. This Dominican’s best years were spent with the Royals. In fact, he was the 2003 AL Rookie of the Year with Kansas City, when he hit .287, smacked 17 home runs, stole 21 bases and drove in 87 runs as the team’s first-year starting shortstop. With New York during their championship season, he was hitting just .136 when he was released that July. He was quickly picked up by the Mets, enabling him to finish his 2009 season in the same city it began.
|KCR (7 yrs)||627||2496||2300||293||606||103||20||45||235||50||94||407||.263||.305||.384||.689|
|NYM (1 yr)||14||31||27||4||4||1||0||0||2||0||3||6||.148||.233||.185||.419|
|LAD (1 yr)||84||256||226||26||52||13||1||1||16||0||20||41||.230||.304||.310||.614|
|NYY (1 yr)||21||24||22||6||3||1||0||0||1||0||0||6||.136||.174||.182||.356|