Grösse: 178 cm
Gewicht: 84 kg
Geb.: 30.09.1987 in San Jose, CA, USA
2019 NLA Batting
Sedin's steal in the sixth inning against the Bern Cardinals was his 100th in the NLA.
In his 1'000th plate appearance in the NLA, Sedin was hit-by-pitch by the Zurich Barracudas' Nderim Coma in the ninth inning.
Sedin hit home runs in back-to-back games for the first time in his NLA-career.
Sedin's two-run homer in the 4th inning against the Therwil Flyers gives him 500 total bases in the NLA.
Sedin played his 200th game for the Challengers in the NLA.
With his single to lead off the fifth inning against the Wil Devils, Rob Sedin passed Anubis Benitez for fifth place on the all-time list for hits with 340.
Sedin's triple in the seventh inning against the Therwil Flyers was his franchise-leading 11th of his career.
Sedin's 66 hits, 57 runs scored and 24 doubles are the best season totals since Anubis Benitez' record-setting totals of 74 hits, 75 runs and 26 doubles back in 2000. He also set new career-highs for hits (66), extra-base-hits (29), total bases (103), RBIs (38), walks (20) and at-bats (171). His 19 hits in the postseason were tops in the league, tied with Tatsuhiko Watanabe.
Sedin now has scored 51 runs this season, the highest total since Anubis Benitez' record-setting 75 in 2000.
Watanabe's and Sedin's seven at-bats against the Zurich Barracudas tie the franchise high, last set by Carlos Peña on May 7, 2011 against the Zurich Lions.
Sedin tripled in the third inning against the Therwil Flyers to tie Tobias Siegrist for first place on the Challengers all-time list with 10.
Sedin hit a bunt single in the second inning against the Bern Cardinals for his 300th hit in the NLA.
Sedin's RBI in the fifth inning against the Lausanne Indians was his 150th in the NLA.
Sedin's single in the fourth inning against the Lausanne Indians was his 400th total base in the NLA.
Sedin scored his 200th run in the NLA when he scored on Saentis Zeller's sacrifice fly in the third inning against the Wil Devils.
With his double in the third inning against the Wil Devils, Sedin surpassed Jose Valdez for 6th place on the all-time list for doubles with 72.
Sedin has passed Jose Valdez for 6th place on the all-time list for hits with 270.
Sedin raked up 67 doubles in his career, tying Enrico Zingg for 7th on the Challengers all-time list. He also finished the season with 88 total bases, the most since Thomas Landis' 90 in 2003, and his 37 RBI's are the most since Siegrist's 41 ten years ago.
Sedin doubled in the third inning against the Therwil Flyers in what was his 700th plate appearance in the NLA.
Sedin collected his 250th hit in the NLA with a single in the 6th inning against the Therwil Flyers.
Sedin passed Enrico Zingg for 7th place on the Challengers all-time list with 36 games started as a pitcher.
By retiring Raphi Strub of the Luzern Eagles on a fly out in the 4th inning, Sedin has pitched 300 innings in the NLA.
The win against the Zurich Barracudas was Sedin's 20th in the NLA (8th all-time).
With his sacrifice fly in the 7th inning against the Zurich Barracudas, Sedin collected his 100th RBI in the NLA.
Sedin hit his 14th and 15th double of the season, the most since Thomas Landis had 19 in 2007. He also tied his career-highs with 45 hits and 16 extra-base hits, and set a new career-high with a .633 slugging percentage.
Sedin collected his 200th hit in the NLA as he singled in the seventh inning against theTherwil Flyers.
Sedin scored his 150th run in the NLA as he crossed the plate in the third inning against the Lucerne Eagles.
Sedin passed Harry Bregy for 5th place on the all-time list for strikeouts with 307.
Sedin’s triple against the Therwil Flyers was his first since September 14, 2013.
Sedin struck out Stephan Wick in the fifth inning for his 300th career strike out.
Sedin’s three doubles were the most in a single game since he also did it on May 16, 2015 against the Devils.
Sedin conceded his 100th walk in the NLA when he walked Tom Enz in the 8th inning.
Sedin doubled in the first inning against the Therwil Flyers in what was his 450th plate appearance in the NLA.
Sedin retired Andi Rüesch in the sixth inning on a line drive to right to complete 250 innings in the NLA.
Sedin threw his 12th career complete game in the NLA against the Wil Devils, tying Enrico Zingg for sixth place on the Challengers alltime list.
Sedin's four runs and three doubles against the Wil Devils are both career highs. His three doubles were the most since James Sanders had four against the Sissach Frogs on June 21, 2009. He also reached on an error in the seventh inning in what was his 400th plate appearance in the NLA.
Sedin was honored with the Best Batter award at the General Assembly, as he led the Challengers with a .462 batting average, a .519 on-base percentage, 12 doubles and 37 runs scored and collected 42 hits and 15 RBI's.
Sedin was named the Swiss NLA's Best Batter for the second time after 2012. Sedin batted .462 with 42 hits, 12 doubles, 1 homer, 15 RBI's and 37 runs scored.
Sedin batted .393 with 131 hits, 64 RBIs and scored 103 runs and had a 15-11 record and a 2.51 ERA with 262 strikeouts in 218 2-3 innings pitched in his three season with the C's.
Sedin had his third consecutive game with three hits.
Sedin steal in the third inning against the Bern Cardinals was his 50th in his third season with the Challengers. ...Sedin reached on first baseman Miro Bussmann's error in the fifth inning in what was his 300th at-bat in the NLA.
Sedin raised his team-leading batting average to .431 by going 3-for-4 with a double and two singles against the Zurich Lions.
Sedin collected his 50th RBI with the Challengers as he hit an RBI-double in the first inning against the Zurich Lions.
Sedin won his second consecutive Best Pitcher award, as he finished the season with a 7-6 record and a 3.12 ERA. He also set a franchise record striking out 135 batters in 101 innings of work.
Sedin tied his own franchise single-season record for triples with 3.
Sedin set a new single-season record for strikeouts with 119, breaking Thomas Landis' mark of 118 set in 1997. Landis set his mark in 107 innings back in 1997, Sedin needed only 86 to match that mark. He struck out pinch-hitter Javier Rodriguez to end the game and setting the new mark at 119.
Sedin began his scoreless streak of 20.0 innings with one out in the first inning against the Lucerne Eagles on June 23, continued it with a 9-inning shutout of the Zurich Lions on June 27 and kept it going until his wild pitch in the sixth inning with one out against the Bern Cardinals.
Sedin set a new Challengers single game record by striking out 20 batters. He also gave up four walks and two hit-by-pitches, but his Game Score of 101 shattered Thomas Landis' previous record of 90, set way back on September 10, 1995 in a Relegation Round matchup between the Challengers' NLA- and NLB-teams.
Sedin went 6 innings against the Lucerne Eagles for the win, striking out nine batters and allowing only a single earned run on two hits and three walks, lowering his ERA to 2.12 in the process.
Sedin had double digits strikeouts for the third time in as many starts this season as he struck out 10 batters versus the Zurich Barracudas.
Sedin's 14 strikeouts against the Lucerne Eagles are the second-most in Challengers history, only trailing his own mark of 15 set last year against the Zurich Barracudas on June 26 and the Bern Cardinals on September 2.
Sedin pitched 10 innings for a complete-game win against the Therwil Flyers.
Sedin was named the Challengers 2012 MVP at the General Assembly. He set team leading marks with 12 doubles, 3 triples, 36 runs scored, a .413 batting average and a .477 on-base percentage. Sedin also was credited with the Best Pitcher award, as he finished the season with a 5-3 record and a 1.61 ERA while striking out 92 batters in 67 innings of work.
Sedin's three triples equal the single-season record held by Jesus Martinez (2010) and Tobias Siegrist (2003). His 26 steals are the highest mark since Anubis Benitez robbed 28 bases in 2000. His ERA of 1.61 is second on the alltime list only to James Sanders' 1.41 of 2010. But his WHIP (baserunners per inning pitched) of 0.96 tops Sanders's previous record of 1.03 (also in 2010).
Sedin once again led the offense with a 3-for-4 performance against the Bern Cardinals, scoring a season-high four runs and getting a steal.
Sedin tied the Challengers' single season record with his third triple.
Sedin delivered a gem against the Bern Cardinals as he struck out 15 batters en route to his fifth win of the season. He only gave up six hits, walked two and hit three batters, and lowered his season ERA to a miniscule 1.42.
Sedin (4-2) pitched seven innings for the win against the Lucerne Eagles in which he struck out 10, walked two and gave up only two singles.
Sedin struck out 13 batters against the Zürich Lions, seven of them in the first two innings thanks to a dropped third strike by catcher Craig Pycock. Sedin also contributed with three hits in four at-bats, two RBI, two steals and two runs, solidifying his second place in the league in batting average at .465.
Sedin had four singles in four at-bats against the Wil Devils, raising his league-leading batting average to .484. He also collected three RBIs and scored three runs.
Sedin allowed two runs - one unearned - against the Embrach Mustangs on only five hits and three walks, while also striking out 10, but it wasn't enough as his offense provided no spark, whatsoever.
Sedin added two hits against the Embrach Mustangs to raise his team-leading average to .471.
Sedin was the only batter of the game with more than one hit as he hit two singles and drew a walk in three plate appearances against the Therwil Flyers.
Sedin tripled in the fourth inning against the Therwil Flyers, giving the Challengers just their third game with two triples in franchise history.
Sedin went the distance against the Zurich Barracudas and struck out 15 batters while allowing three runs on eight hits, six walks and one hit-by-pitch. Sedin's 15 strikeouts equal the game record by a single pitcher, set by Benny Räber on August 8, 1999 against the Sissach Frogs.
Sedin picked up his first win of the season by tossing five innings in relief against the Lucerne Eagles in which he gave up only an unearned run, one hit, one walk and one hit-by-pitch, while also striking out seven.
Sedin lined two doubles, collected three RBI's and also stole three bases against the Zurich Lions. But the last steal came at a high price as he jammed his right ring finger while sliding, ripping off his entire fingernail.
Newly acquired Sedin went 5-for-5 with five RBIs against the Wil Devils.