Grösse: 174 cm
Gewicht: 75 kg
Geb.: 17.01.1982 in Zürich, CH
2021 NLA Batting
2021 NLA Pitching
Siegrist's start against the Lucerne Eagles was his 75th in the NLA.
The win against the Bern Cardinals was Siegrist's 50th in the NLA. He also struck out for the 200th time in the NLA when he went down looking against Arnaud Droxler in the fourth inning.
Siegrist's second single in the first inning was his 750th hit of his NLA-career.
Siegrist recorded his 10th career save, seven of them against the Zurich Barracudes.
Siegrist has 129 career hits against the Luzern Eagles, the most against any NLA-team.
Siegrist grounded out in the first inning against the Therwil Flyers in what was his 2'000th at-bat in the NLA.
Siegrist collected his 500th RBI with his sacrifice fly in the seventh inning against the Lucerne Eagles.
Siegrist got the Sissach Frogs' Taylor Eichhorst to foul out to third in the eighth inning to complete 700 innings pitched in the NLA.
Siegrist struck out Juan Guzman of the Sissach Frogs in the seventh inning for his 600th strike out in the NLA.
Siegrist's walk in the first inning against the Wil Devils was his 300th in the NLA.
The 14th Eagles run was the 500th run allowed in Siegrist's career.
With his steal of home in the first inning, Siegrist tied Jim Kaufmann for 7th place on the all-time list for stolen bases with 109.
Siegrist's double in the first inning against the Therwil Flyers was his 700th hit in the NLA. He tied his career-high for RBIs with 41 set in 2007, and his 49 hits are the most since getting 52 in 2009. He also set a new career-high with 45 runs scored.
Siegrist has tied Bryan Shemley atop the all-time list for hit-by-pitches with his 60th HBP in the seventh inning against the Therwil Flyers. His start at first base was only his 10th at that position in 519 games.
Rafael Eigenmann's single in the eighth inning was the 750th hit Siegrist has allowed in the NLA.
Siegrist's single in the ninth inning against the Zurich Barracudas gives him 1'000 total bases in his career.
Siegrist has tied Benny Räber for second place on the Challengers' all-time list for wins with 46.
With his save against the Zurich Barracudas, Siegrist has taken over sole possession of second place on the Challengers all-time list for saves with seven, trailing only the late Manny Marchant by five.
Siegrist scored his 500th run in the NLA as he came around on Tatsuhiko Watanabe's homer in the first inning against the Therwil Flyers.
Siegrist passed Thomas Landis on the all-time list for hits with his single in the third inning against the Bern Cardinals to get his 676th hit in the NLA. He has 25 hits or more in every one of his 20 seasons except one. His favorite victims are the Lucerne Eagles against whom he has collected 116 hits in his career for a .425 batting average. He led his team 5 times with the most hits in a season, with a career-high 52 in 2009.
Siegrist also tied Chris Palatinus for 6th place on the all-time list for homers with 35, hitting a two-run shot in the 6th inning.
Not only did Siegrist tie Landis for most hits with 675, he also tied Thomas Burger and Jose Valdez for 2nd on the all-time list for saves with six.
Siegrist played his 500th game in the NLA.
Siegrist reached on an infield error against the Lausanne Indians in his 1'800th at-bat in the NLA.
Siegrist's triple in the fourth inning against the Wil Devils was the 10th of his career, extending his lead on the all-time list for the Challengers.
Siegrist pitched in 17 games, and his ERA of 3.33 is just slightly above his career-best of 3.21 set last season.
Siegrist struck out Christian Klarer of the Sissach Frogs in the 8th inning for his 550th strikeout in the NLA.
Siegrist appeared in his 100th game against the Therwil Flyers.
The win against the Lucerne Eagles was Siegrist's 40th of his NLA-career (3rd alltime).
Siegrist was credited with his eight career MVP title at the 2016 Challengers General Assembly at the restaurant Linde Oberstrass. He led the C's with 8 wins, a 3.21 ERA and 73 K's, while also setting team highs in the offense with 29 RBI's and 35 runs scored.
Siegrist was honored as the 2016 Swiss Baseball National League A MVP at the very first Swiss Baseball and Softball Awards Night at the Kanzlei in Zurich. Siegrist finished the season with a .409 batting average with 38 hits, 29 RBI's and 35 runs scored and posted a 8-3 record with a 3.21 ERA while striking out 73 in 92.2 innings pitched.
Siegrist set new career-highs with 7 complete games and 8 wins in 2016.
The walk given up by Siegrist to Seppy Zwyer in the seventh inning was Siegrist's 200th in the NLA.
Siegrist set a new career-high with his sixth complete game of the season. It was the 20th complete game of his career. Stefan Koller in the eighth inning against the Therwil Flyers was his 500th strikeout victim in the NLA.
Siegrist became the first Challenger to score two walk-off runs on the same day.
Siegrist’s 11 IP against the Lucerne Eagles are the most since Lowuin Sacramento pitched 11 innings against the Therwil Flyers on September 14, 2014. He is 7-0 in his career against the Eagles.
Siegrist picked up the win against the Bern Cardinals by pitching three shutout innings in relief, giving him a career-high seven on the season.
Siegrist’s four complete games are the most since setting his career-high with five in 2010.
Siegrist recorded his 2’000 plate appearance in the NLA, grounding out to second in the sixth inning against the Therwil Flyers.
Siegrist’s five wins are the most since getting five in 2011.
Siegrist’s homer against the Sissach Frogs was his first since May 16, 2015 against the Wil Devils and tied him with Saentis Zeller, Roger Brunner and Armin Blickenstorfer for 7th place on the Challengers’ all-time list with 32. His eight total bases tie his career-high, set on May 28, 2000 against the Devils.
Siegrist conceded his 400th run in the NLA when Josh Crouse crossed the plate in the 5th inning. He also tied Enrico Zingg for 7th place on the Challengers all-time list for wild pitches with 45.
Siegrist's 60th start in the NLA was a gem as he pitched a complete game nine-hitter against the Lucerne Eagles. He improved his career record in the NLA to 33-25 with his 15th complete game, tying him with Thomas Burger for 4th on the Challengers all-time list. He struck out Tom Enz in the 4th inning for his 450th strikeout, and also tied Saentis Zeller for 2nd place on the Challengers all-time list for caught stealings with 26.
Siegrist collected his 400th RBI in the NLA with a two-run single in the sixth inning against the Wil Devils.
Siegrist passed Palatinus for second place on the alltime list for runs scored by getting his 411th run in the ninth inning against the Wil Devils. His walk in the ninth inning was his 250th of his NLA career.
Siegrist has pitched 10 innings or more three times in his career, twice against the Therwil Flyers and once against the Zurich Barracudas. His 11 strikeouts are the most since striking out 12 on July 27, 2010 against the Sissach Frogs.
Siegrist's 14 career complete games tie him for fifth place with Roger Brunner on the alltime list.
Siegrist's start against the Bern Cardinals was his 53rd of his career, tying him with Thomas Burger for third on the Challengers' all-time list.
Siegrist passed Thomas Landis for most career plate appearances with 1'879. He also tied Chris Palatinus for first on the all-time list with 243 walks.
Siegrist's win against the Lucerne Eagleswas his 30th in the NLA in his 50th start in 100 games in the NLA. His 12th complete game ties him with Sedin at 12 for 6th place on the Challengers all-time list. The last time Siegrist allowed one run or less in a complete game effort was against the Lausanne Indians on GAME 11 2010 when he allowed one unearned run in seven innings.
Siegrist scored his 400th run in the NLA when he crossed the plate in the first inning against the Wil Devils on Carlos Nepomuceno's RBI-single.
Siegrist's RBI-single in the seventh inning against the Zurich Barracudas was his 555th in the NLA.
Siegrist was named Best Fielder at the General Assembly, as he finished the year with a .982 fielding percentage, committing only 3 errors in 167 chances
Siegrist set new career lows with 12 runs scored and an OBP of .363.
Siegrist was the 4'000th Challenger to strike out in history as he went down on strikes in the eighth inning against the Therwil Flyers' Lukas Croton.
Siegrist singled in his 1'800 plate appearance in the second inning against the Zurich Lions.
Siegrist now has 800 total bases in the NLA, second on the Challengers' all-time list.
Siegrist completed 402 innings pitched and surpassed Benny Räber for second on the Challengers' all-time list. He is 639 IP behind Thomas Landis for first place.
Siegrist continues his slump and is now 3-for-30 in his last seven games.
After starting the season hitting .471, Siegrist has just 2 hits in his last 21 at-bats, dropping his batting average to .263.
Siegrist tied Vladi Pusec for fifth place on the Challengers all-time list for wins with 26.
With 1713 plate appearances, Siegrist tied Chris Palatinus for second place on the alltime list in the NLA.
Siegrist was credited with his sixth career MVP trophy at the Challengers General Assembly. Siegrist batted .336 with 38 hits, 19 runs scored and finished the season with a 4-3 record and a 3.50 ERA while striking out 51 batters in 54 innings on the mound.
Siegrist grounded into a 6-4 fielder's choice in the fifth inning against the Bern Cardinals in his 1'400th NLA at-bat. His Game Score of 9 is the lowest since scoring a -15 on April 10, 2011, also against the Cardinals."
Siegrist's fifth career win against the Cardinals is the most against any NLA-team. It was his 25th win overall of his career. In his six starts this season, Siegrist gave up only two walks in 41 innings.
Siegrist's complete game against the Zurich Barracudas was his first since going the distance against the Barracudas on May 14.
Siegrist has reached base safely in every game so far this season, extending his team-leading hitting streak to 15 games.
Siegrist pitched five shutout innings against the Zurich Lions for his third win of the season, scattering five hits and striking out eight.
Siegrist had the only extra-base hit of the game against the Lucerne Eagles, slapping an RBI-double to left center field in the first inning for his 500th hit, and 150th double of his NLA career. Siegrist ranks second on the all-time list for hits, well behind Landis' total of 675.
Siegrist started on the mound for the Challengers but lasted only three innings against the Embrach Mustangs in his shortest outing as a starter since September 26, 2010."
Siegrist's complete game against the Zurich Barracudas was his first since September 9 in an 11-8 win against the Bern Cardinals. It was his second complete game against the Barracudas in seven career starts. ...Siegrist's final out was a strikeout of Manuel Hirtz, his 300th in the NLA."
Siegrist is hitting .533, his highest mark at the end of a game since April 24, 2010 when he hit .538.
Siegrists steal in the 10th inning against the Therwil Flyers was the 90th steal of his NLA-career.
Siegrist has pitched 75 1-3 innings in his career against the Therwil Flyers, the most against any NLA-team.
Siegrist was named Best Fielder at the 2012 General Assembly.
Siegrist's ERA of 3.53 is a career best, and puts him in 10th place on the Challengers' alltime list. His 11 strikeouts at the plate tied his season-high set in 1999 and 2009. He also finished just third in hits with 40, the first time since 2003 that he didn't finish in first or second place for hits.
Siegrist passed Roger Brunner for 3rd on the alltime list with 317 1-3 innings pitched.
Siegrist led all Challengers with three hits in five at-bats and two two-out RBIs against the Bern Cardinals.
Siegrist pitched the final 2 1/3 innings against the Lucerne Eagles for his second win of the season.
Siegrist, starting only his third game of the season, went a season-high seven innings against the Embrach Mustangs, in which he gave up five runs - three of them unearned - on seven hits and three walks while also striking out five.
Siegrist collected his 700th total base in the NLA (second all-time) with his sixth-inning triple against the Therwil Flyers.
Siegrist has the team's longest current hitting streak with nine.
Siegrist got his 450th hit in the NLA (2nd alltime) when he doubled in the fourth inning against the Zurich Barracudas.
Siegrist went 2-for-2 at the plate against the Zurich Lions, including his third double of the season, collected four RBIs and scored four times.
Siegrist made his season debut on the mound, throwing a perfect 1-2-3 inning against the top of the Therwil Flyers' lineup.
Siegrist went 5-6 with a 6.41 ERA and 70 strikeouts in 85.2 innings pitched, earning him the Best Pitcher award.
Siegrist suffered his worst season of his NLA career, hitting just .266 - well below his career average of .374 -, and posting a 6.41 ERA. He nevertheless led the team in doubles with 6, walks (17), wins (5), strikeouts (70), innings pitched (85 2-3), games started (10) and complete games (2).
Siegrist had his third two-hit game in a row as he went 2-for-3 against the Zürich Lions, raising his batting average from .200 to .247. His walk in the second inning was also his 200th of his career, third behind Chris Palatinus and Thomas Landis.
Siegrist picked up his career-high fifth loss of the season as he pitched five innings against the Therwil Flyers in a 12-1 loss.
Siegrist made his 1'400th appearance at the plate in the eighth inning against the Zurich Barracudas and reached on an error by shortstop Colindres.
Siegrist was named into the Swiss National Teams 24-man roster for this years Baseball Qualifier, which takes place from July 25 till July 30 at Barcelona.
Siegrist moved past Roger Brunner into 6th place on the alltime list for strikeouts with 217.
Siegrist struck out for the 100th time in the NLA as he went down swinging in the third inning against the Sissach Frogs. He also collected his 200th strikeout as a pitcher when he rang up Tom Fink in the second frame.
Siegrist collected his 650 total base in the NLA with a first-inning single against the Embrach Mustangs.
Siegrist is 3-2 alltime against the Cardinals with an ERA of 8.91, the highest against any team.
Siegrist earned his fifth MVP award, as he led the Challengers with 45 hits and 19 walks and set team-leading marks on the pitcher's mound with 6 wins, 103 strikeouts and 107.2 innings pitched. He also finished second in doubles with 10, runs scored with 27, 10 stolen bases, a .360 batting average, a .442 on-base percentage and a 4.18 ERA.
Siegrist, who entered the Playoffs with a .407 batting average in the regular season, went 1-for-17 at the plate against the Flyers. His 2 2-3 innings of work in Game 5 were the shortest in his career as a starter. He pitched 107 2-3 innings this season, tying Thomas Landis' mark for most in a single season. His career-high 103 strikeouts are the most since Landis struck out 105 in 2004. He also set career-highs with 6 wins, four losses, 12 games started, five complete games, and an ERA of 4.28.
Siegrist picked up his sixth win of the season - tying his career high -, allowing five runs against the Therwil Flyers on 14 hits and three walks while also striking out five. He also set a new career high as he faced a total of 45 batters.
Siegrist went seven innings against the Therwil Flyers, and left with an 8-7 lead. He allowed seven runs on nine hits, two walks, four hit-by-pitches, while also striking out seven.
Siegrist matched Stefan Koller for seven innings, allowing six runs - two of them unearned - on nine hits and three walks while also striking out five against the Therwil Flyers.
Siegrist completed the 4'500th inning pitched in franchise history, retiring Nelson Vilomar of the Sissach Frogs on a 1-3 ground out in the seventh inning.
Siegrist followed Peña's single with a single of his own against the Lucerne Eagles, his 400th career hit.
Siegrist's 9 1-3 innings pitched against the Zurich Barracudas are the 3rd highest total ever in Challengers history.
Siegrist pitched four shutout innings against the Luzern Eagles, scattering three singles and no walks, while also striking out four. He also helped his own cause by hitting four singles in six trips to the plate
Siegrist went the distance and scattered seven hits, leading to two runs by the Embrach Mustangs. In the end, he was credited with his team-leading fourth win of the season.
Siegrist picked up his third win of the season by going the distance against the Bern Cardinals. Only two of the 10 runs he allowed were earned.
Siegrist lined out to shortstop in the second inning against the Lausanne Indians in his 1'000th at-bat in the NLA.
Siegrist's double in the third inning against the Lausanne Indians contributed to his 600th and 601st total base in the NLA.
Martinez' RBI-single in the fourth inning against the Sissach Frogs was his 50th RBI with the Challengers, and Siegrist scored his 300th career run on it.
Siegrist broke his 0-for-10 slump with a 3-or-3 performance against the Lausanne Indians.
Siegrist last had four hits on May 19, 2007 against the Lausanne Indians."
Von Burg scored the new park's first run as he crossed the plate in the first inning on Siegrist's RBI-single.
Siegrist received his fourth MVP award after walking away with the trophy already in 2005, 2006 and 2008. Siegrist led the Challengers with 32 RBI's, 52 hits and set team-leading marks on the pitcher's mound with 6 wins, 57 strikeouts and 76.1 innings pitched. He also finished second in doubles with 12 and runs scored with 32. He also was credited with the Best Fielder award.
Siegrist ended up pitching a complete game with 10 1-3 innings against the Therwil Flyers, topping his career-high of 7 1-3 innings set just a month ago.
Siegrist had the game-tying hit in the ninth, and the game winning grounder in the 11th inning against the Therwil Flyers, going 3-for-6 with three RBI's.
Siegrist set a new career-high with 47 hits in a season.
Siegrist now holds the longest hitting streak with 8 games.
Siegrist passed Saentis Zeller for fifth place on the all-time list for runs with 288.
Siegrist was the only Challenger against the Bern Cardinals with more than one hit with a 2-for-3 performance.
Siegrist lasted only four innings against the Sissach Frogs, his shortest outing as a starter this season.
Siegrist got the win and the save in a hard-fought battle against the Zurich Barracudas, throwing a total of 8 1-3 innings. In his first stint, he went 7 1-3 innings, allowing only five runs - two of them unearned - on three hits and two walks, while also striking out a season-high eight batters.
Siegrist has tied Jose Valdez for fourth place on the all-time list for total bases with 544.
Siegrist picked up his team-leading fourth win of the season by tossing seven strong innings against the Embrach Rainbows in relief of struggling starter Chris Palatinus who didn't survive the second inning.
Siegrist took sole possession of third place on the all-time list for walks as he was walked twice by the Bern Cardinals for career walks 153 and 154.
Reliever Siegrist was credited with the win as he tossed four innings against the Bern Cardinals, allowing only two unearned runs on four hits and four walks, while also striking out six.
Siegrist tied Harry Bregy for third place on the all-time list for walks with 152 when he got a free pass in the fifth inning against the Lausanne Indians.
Siegrist was once again the player of the game as he worked 6 1-3 innings against the Lausanne Indians in which he allowed eight runs on 10 hits and two walks, also striking out three.
Siegrist pitched five fine innings against the Reussbuhl Eagles in which he gave up only two runs on six hits and one base-on-balls, while also striking out six en route to his second win of the season.
Siegrist became the fifth Challenger this season to hit a home run.
Siegrist tied Enrico Zingg for 4th place on the alltime list for walks with 148.
Siegrist collected his 250th RBI in the NLA when he hit an RBI-double in the fourth inning against the Therwil Flyers.
Siegrist earned his third MVP award, as he was presented with the trophy at the General Assembly on January 11. Siegrist led the Challengers with 20 RBI's, 25 hits and 18 runs scored. He also finished second in doubles with 9, homers with 2, in stolen bases with 10, batting average with .357, on-base percentage with .459 and slugging percentage with .571.
Siegrist collected his 500th total base in the NLA as he homered in the first inning against the Reussbuhl Eagles. With that two-run homer, he also surpassed Jose Valdez on the alltime list for RBI's with 245.
Siegrist doubled in the third inning against the Sissach Frogs in his 800th at-bat in the NLA.
Siegrist has tied Anubis Benitez for 2nd place on the alltime list for doubles with 106.
Siegrist has collected his 241th RBI in the NLA, tying Anubis Benitez for 4th place on the alltime list.
Siegrist scored his 250th run in the NLA when he came around in the fourth inning against the Sissach Frogs.
Siegrist's steal in the eighth inning against the Sissach Frogs was his 50th in the NLA.
Siegrist's double in the sixth inning against the Bern Cardinals was his 300th hit in the NLA.
Siegrist set team-leading marks with four homers, 41 RBI's and a .496 on-base percentage and finished second with a .407 batting average, 46 hits and 16 doubles, earning him the Best Batter award.
Siegrist's double in the first inning against the Bern Cardinals was his 100th in the NLA.
Siegrist grounded out in his 100th at-bat of the season against the Reussbuhl Eagles.
Siegrist singled in his 100th at-bat against the Barracudas in the third inning. He has now also scored a career-high 33 runs in a season.
Siegrist scored three runs, giving him 39 career runs scored against the Barracudas, the most against any team in his career.
Siegrist has moved into sole possession of fifth place for career RBI's with 203.
Siegrist has tied Jose Valdez for fourth place on the all time hit list with 269.
Siegrist's two-run blast against the Therwil Flyers completed his 200th RBI in the NLA, sixth alltime and one behind Manny Marchant.
Siegrist earned his second MVP award in a row, as he was presented with the trophy at the General Assembly on November 26. Siegrist led all players with a .367 batting average, 29 hits, 43 total bases and 23 runs scored. He finished second in homers and RBI's with 2 and 18, respectively.
Siegrist went 8-for-20 in the last six games of the season, finishing with a team-leading .367 batting average. After finishing runner-up in '04 and '05, he finally won the batting crown this year.
Siegrist passed Roger Brunner for seventh on the all-time list for RBI's by collecting his 186th RBI of his career on his fourth-inning RBI-double against the Zurich Barracudas.
Siegrist scored his 200th career NLA-run as he crossed the plate in the first inning against the Bern Cardinals on Oli Labhart's two-run single.
Siegrist has six career homers against the Therwil Flyers, the most against any team.
Siegrist was named MVP for the first time in his career. He led the team with nine doubles, 18 RBI's, 40 total bases and was second in hits with 28.
Siegrist was walked for the 100th time in his career as he received a free pass by Alessandro Traina in the third inning of Game 1 against the Sissach Frogs.
Siegrist's five RBI's in Game 2 against the Therwil Flyers are the most since getting four against the Bern Cardinals on September 14, 2003. His career high is eight against the Barracudas on July 3, 2004.
Siegrist doubled against the Jona Bandits for his 200th hit of his NLA-career.
Siegrist grounded out in the third inning of Game 2 against the Reussbühl Eagles in his 500th NLA at-bat.
Siegrist's strike out in the eighth inning of Game 1 against the Zurich Barracudas was his 50th in his NLA-career.
Siegrist was named the NLA's Best Batter for 2004 with a .410 batting average (2nd behind Thomas Landis' .430), and with team-leading marks of 17 doubles, 26 RBI's, one triple, 21 walks, a .692 slugging average, and a .543 on-base percentage.
Siegrist's three doubles equal a career-high set on May 14, 2000 against the Embrach Rainbows. He now has six doubles in his last three games.
Tobias Siegrist hit two doubles, giving him a team-leading 13 on the season.
Siegrist is day-to-day and should be ready to start Game 1 of the Playoff Semifinals.
Siegrist collected a career-high eight RBI against the Zürich Barracudas.
Siegrist scored his 150th run in the NLA in the 6th inning against Sissach Frogs.
Siegrist doubled in his 400th NLA at-bat in the fourth inning against the Reussbühl Eagles.
Siegrist set a new Challengers single-season record by hitting his third triple of the season in the fourth inning against the Bern Cardinals.
Siegrist's double in the fifth inning against the Zürich Barracudas was his 50th double, and his 150th hit of his NLA career.
Siegrist singled in his 350th NLA-at-bat in the first inning against the Reussbühl Eagles.
Siegrist hit his first career triple in the eight inning against the Sissach Frogs off reliever Piaia.
Siegrist collected a career-high 18 walks, stole a record seven bases and also hit a career-high five sacrifices in 2002.
Siegrist's RBI in the fourth inning against the Therwil Flyers was his 100th of his NLA-career.
Siegrist was robbed of two line drive hits thanks to a good defensive display by the Therwil Flyers, but he nevertheless collected his 200th total base in the NLA with a double in the eighth inning off Clinton.
Siegrist doubled in his 300th career NLA at-bat in the sixth inning against the Therwil Flyers.
Siegrist is 5-for-7 in Cup play, and also has a team-high four steals and three doubles.
Siegrist hit three sac flies in the doubleheader against the Therwil Flyers, probably a new Challengers record.
Siegrist scored his 100th run in the NLA as he crossed the plate in the sixth inning against the Sissach Frogs.
Cardinal baserunners were 0-for-3 in steal attempts as catcher Siegrist combined with second baseman Palatinus to throw out a season-high three runners. Siegrist also set a new career season-high by singling in the fifth inning for his 38th hit of the year.
Siegrist tied his career season-high for hits with a double in third inning against the Bern Cardinals for his 37th hit of the season.
Siegrist's double in the sixth inning against the Embrach Rainbows was his 100th hit in the NLA.
Siegrist ended his hitting streak at 16 games by going 0-for-3 against the Zurich Barracudas and receiving an intentional walk in his final plate appearance.
Siegrist doubled in his 200th NLA at-bat in the fifth inning against the Therwil Flyers.