Devoting over a decade of his lifetime onto baseball career, Rob Deer is a well-received former professional baseball outfielder. During his career frame, Rob marked his name on several entities of the gaming skills.
As a matter of fact, Rob Deer went quite long on the baseball field even after retiring. He was attached on several occasions to being a part of the managerial side.
Today, as we discussed the details on Rob Deer, let us initially get through a quick dose of facts on him.
|Full Name||Robert George Deer|
|Date of Birth||September 29th, 1960|
|Birth Place||Orange, California|
|Age||61 Years Old|
|Height||1.90 meters (6 feet 2 inches)|
|Weight||105 kg (231 lb)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Father’s Name||Bob Deer|
|Mother’s Name||Name Unknown|
|Education||Canyon High School|
Fresno City College
|Profession||Former baseball player|
|MLB Days||September 4th, 1984, for the San Francisco Giants (Debut)|
August 5th, 1996, for the San Diego Padres (Retirement)
|Bats and Throws||Right|
|Affiliations||San Francisco Giants (1984–1985)|
Milwaukee Brewers (1986–1990)
Detroit Tigers (1991–1993)
Boston Red Sox (1993)
Hanshin Tigers (1994)
San Diego Padres (1996)
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Social Media||No accounts|
|Last Update||May, 2022|
Rob Deer is a man with athletically toned physicality. Well, he has blonde hair and dark brown eyes.
As for his physical statistic, Rob stands tall at the height of 1.90 meters (6 feet 2 inches) while weighing 105 kg (231 lb).
Rob Deer | Early Life
Deer (fully named Robert George Deer) was born on September 29, 1960, in Orange, California, under the star sign of Libra. There is not much detail about his familial background, education, and childhood days.
Well, he was born to his father, Bob Deer, while his mother’s name is unknown. Likewise, the details regarding his siblings are also unknown.
As for his educational background, Rob Deer attended Canyon High School in Anaheim. Following it, he joined Fresno City College.
Rob Deer | Professional Career
Though a complete detail is yet unknown on his amateur days, Rob Deer made his amateur career start in the 4th round of the 1978 amateur draft. Well, he initially commenced through San Fransisco Giants.
San Fransisco Giants
Moving on, Rob Deer also commenced his professional debut through San Fransisco Giants on September 4, 1984. As in detail, his foremost match debut came at Candlestick Park against the Cincinnati Reds.
Well, Rob played a total of thirteen games in his debut year while batting .167 while having three home runs and RBIs, with seven walks and ten strikeouts.
The following year, he played sixty-eight games in total. During those games, he bagged batting .185 while having eight home runs, 20 RBIs, 71 strikeouts, and 23 walks.
On December 18, 1986, the San Fransisco Giants traded Rob Deer to the Milwaukee Brewers. With the team, Rob initially played a total of 134 games and maintained .232 hits with 72 walks and 86 RBIs.
In the meantime, he posted his career-high home runs with 33. The next year he again played 134 games. He maintained both career-high with 12 stolen bases and 86 walks back then.
As for his statistic, he had batted .238 with 28 home runs, .360 on-base percentage, and 80 RBIs. Later on Easter Sunday, Rob hit a game-tying home run that was later featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Starting in late 1990, Rob Deer signed with the Detroit Tigers as a free agent. For the 1991 season, Deer posted the lowest batting average in Major League history with a .179. That year, he had only 41 extra-base hits and only 39 singles.
A year later, in 1992, Rob Deer improved to post the second-highest batting average of his career with .274. That year, he also maintained 32 home runs in only 110 games.
Boston Red Sox, Hanshin Tigers, San Diego Padres
Following his 1993 season, Rob Deer played several years with several different teams. In July 1993, Deer joined the Boston Red Sox, and not long after it, he played for the Hanshin Tigers of Nippon Professional Baseball.
With the Nippon Professional Basketball, Rob returned to the Majors again in 1996. Right then, he played 25 games with the San Diego Padres.
Rob Deer | Post Retirement
As a matter of fact, Rob Deer retired from the professional arena on August 5, 1996, for the San Diego Padres. Right after his retirement, Rob commenced working as a coach.
He initially worked as a roving hitting instructor in the San Diego Padres minor league system. Later, he spent a year as the assistant hitting coach for the Chicago Cubs.
Rob Deer is best known for his Three True Outcomes (defined as a strikeout, home run, or base on balls). For the same reason, he gained popularity in the sabermetrics circles.
Also, he maintained a career of 13.7 Wins Above Replacement and is best known as a productive player. Talking more on it, Rob Deer topped the American League record for strikeouts in a season with 186.
He is also an inductee of the Milwaukee Brewers Wall of Honor.
Rob Deer | Net Worth and Personal Life
Well, Rob Deer maintains a net worth of $1 million. However, the details on his salary and earnings are not fixed and are yet to be reviewed.
Apart from being a former professional baseball player, Rob Deer is also a family man. Deer is married to his wife, Jennifer Deer. Like many aspects of his life, the details regarding his love life and children are also unknown.
Moving on, Rob Deer doesn’t use any social media and is not active on any platforms.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is Rob Deer’s career statistic like?
Talking about his MLB career, Rob Deer maintains a career statistic of .220 batting average, 230 home runs, and 600 runs batted in.
As for his NPB career, he maintains a career statistic of .151 batting average, eight home runs, and 21 runs batted in.