Grösse: 183 cm
Gewicht: 84 kg
Geb.: 31.12.1976 in Atlanta GA, USA
2020 NLA Batting
Zeller's third strike out in the fifth inning against the lucerne Eagles put him ahead of Bryan Shemley for 2nd place on the Challengers all-time list with 205.
Zeller's strike out in the second inning against the Luzern Eagles was his 200th of his NLA-career.
The game against the Zurich Barracudas was Zeller's 400th in the NLA.
Zeller tied Chris Palatinus for 7th place on the all-time list for homers with his 35th four-bagger. He also collected his 300th RBI of his career.
Zeller set new career-highs for RBIs with 32, walks with 23, strikeouts with 25 and at-bats with 130.
Zeller's RBI-double in the seventh inning against the Bern Cardinals gives him 750 total bases in the NLA.
Zeller's strikeout in the 8th inning against the Zurich Barracudas was the 150th of his career.
Zeller collected his 500th hit in the NLA with his single in the 5th inning against the Zurich Barracudas.
Zeller tied Chris Palatinus for 3rd place on the all-tme list for runs with 411.
For the first time in his career, Zeller remained hitless on Opening Day, going 0-for-6 against the Therwil Flyers.
Zeller set a new career-high by getting 18 walks. His 14 RBI's are the most since collecting 15 in 2005.
Zeller collected his 250th RBI in the NLA with a sac fly in the fifth inning against the Zurich Barracudas.
Zeller drew a walk in the seventh inning, his 33rd career walk issued by the Flyers. It's the most he received by any team in his NLA-career.
Zeller collected his 700 Total Base in the NLA with his double in the third inning against the Wil Devils.
Zeller scored his 400th run in the NLA as he crossed the plate in the fourth inning against the Zurich Barracudas.
Zeller drew a walk against the Sissach Frogs in his 1'500th plate appearance in the NLA.
With his homer against the Sissach Frogs, Zeller tied Jose Valdez for 4th place on the Challengers all-time list for RBIs with 243.
Zeller set a new career-high with 15 strikeouts.
Zeller tied Chris Palatinus for third place on the all-time list for hits with 450 with an eighth-inning single against the Therwil Flyers.
Zeller stole his 153th career base and broke a tie with Anubis Benitez for 3rd place on the Challengers all-time list.
Zeller grounded out in the third inning against the Lucerne Eagles in his 1'400th plate appearance in the NLA.
Zeller passed Chris Palatinus for 3rd place on the all-time list for total bases with 672.
Zeller’s stolen base against the Zurich Barracudas was his 151st of his NLA career, tying him with Kurt Vogt for 4th place on the Challengers‘ all-time list.
Zeller stole his 150th base in the NLA as he swiped second base in the eighth inning against the Therwil Flyers.
Zeller passed Anubis Benitez for fourth place on the all-time list for runs scored by scoring his 354th run in the second inning against the Therwil Flyers.
Zellers single in the sixth inning against the Zurich Lions was his 400th hit in the NLA.
The home run against the Lucerne Eagles was Zeller's first since June 26, 2011. It was the 32nd homer of his career, tying him with Roger Brunner and Armin Blickenstorfer for seventh all-time. His single in the first inning was his 400th hit of his NLA career."
Zeller scored his 350th run in the NLA as he crossed the plate in the fourth inning against the Bern Cardinals.
Zeller's double in the first inning against the Zurich Barracudas was his 106th of his NLA-career, tying him with Anubis Benitez for fourth place on the Challengers alltime leaders.
Zellers ground out in the seventh inning against the Therwil Flyers was his 1200th plate appearance in the NLA.
Zeller's double against the Zürich Barracudas gave him 600 career total bases.
Zeller grounded out to shortstop against the Bern Cardinals in his 100th at-bat of the season, reaching that plateau only for the second time in his career.
Zeller's at-bat to start off the game against the Wil Devils with a fly ball to center was his 1'100th plate appearance in the NLA, fourth on the Challengers' all-time list.
Zeller's sac fly in the fourth inning against the Wil Devils netted his 200th RBI in the NLA.
Zeller reached on Kaufmanns fielding error in the eighth inning against the Therwil Flyers in what was his 900th at-bat in the NLA, fourth on the Challengers all-time list behind Thomas Landis, Chris Palatinus and Siegrist.
Zeller was honored with the Best Batter award, as he led the Challengers with 49 hits and finished second behind Robert Sedin with 28 runs scored, a .412 batting average and a .470 on-base percentage earning him also the Most Improved Player award.
Zeller was the only Challenger with two hits as he accounted for two of the Challengers' four hits against the Bern Cardinals.
Zeller set a new career high with 49 hits in 119 at-bats. He had 15 multi-hit games, topping his career-best of 13 such games in 1996. He had just two games all year where he went hitless.
Zeller leads the league with 45 hits.
Zeller surpassed his career-high for at-bats in a season with 87. He also set a new career-high with his 42nd hit of the season, an RBI-single in the eighth inning against the Lucerne Eagles.
Zeller had his fifth consecutive game with three hits, going 15-for-21 in that span.
Zeller added three hits against the Zürich Lions, leading the league in that category with 37. He collected his 350th hit in the NLA with a single in the eighth inning.
Zeller tied Jose Valdez for 5th alltime for total bases with 544 with his double in the fifth inning against the Wil Devils.
Zeller had three hits against the Zurich Barracudas for the third time this season, raising his average to .373
Zeller snapped his 10-game hitting streak by going hitless in five at-bats against the Zurich Barracudas
Zeller went 3-for-4 with 2 RBIs and a triple against the Zurich Barracudas to raise his team-leading batting average to .441
Zeller extended his season-long hitting streak to seven games with a 2-for-3 showing against the Zurich Lions, including two walks, upping his team-leading batting average to .400.
The five runs scored by Zeller against the Wil Devils are the most by a Challenger since he also scored five times on September 2, 2007."
Zeller extended his team-leading hitting streak to eight games - dating back to September 4 of last season - with two singles against the Wil Devils, going along with an RBI, two runs scored and two steals. He leads the team with a .370 batting average.
Zeller scored his 300th run in the NLA as he came around in the sixth inning against the Therwil Flyers.
Zeller set career-lows in hits (13), RBIs (6), total bases (21), batting average (.245), on-base percentage (.349) and slugging percentage (.396), but extended his consecutive seasons with at least one homer to 12.
Zeller popped out to short in the fifth inning against the Therwil Flyers in his 900th plate appearance in the NLA.
Zeller hit his first homer of the season in the fifth inning against the Therwil Flyers, a two-run shot to dead center that gave his team a 3-2 lead.
Zeller 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.
Zeller stole three bases for a franchise-high eighth time in his career.
Zeller was activated from the disabled list on which he landed with a strained hamstring. In the bottom of the fourth against the Embrach Mustangs, he replaced Yanik Probst who twisted his back after diving for a grounder.
Zeller's single in the first inning against the Zurich Barracudas was his 300th hit in the NLA.
Zeller's homer in the seventh inning against the Wil Devils was his 30th of his NLA-career.
Zeller hit two doubles in a game for the first time since July 28, 2007 against the Embrach Rainbows.
Zeller set a new career-high by hitting 13 doubles in a season.
Zeller led a 22-hit offensive production against the Embrach Rainbows by contributing a franchise-record five doubles in a 15-7 win in Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader. He also added a single in the third inning, giving him a career-high of six hits. And he also tied his career-high for runs scored with five.
Zeller scored his 250th run in the NLA as he scored on Blank's sac fly in the fourth inning against the Lausanne Indians.
Zeller finished the season with one homer, keeping his streak of nine consecutive seasons with a homer alive (second only to Landis' streak of 12 seasons from 1993 through 2004).
Zeller collected his 250th NLA-hit by singling in the first inning against the Zurich Barracudas. And in the second inning, he struck out swinging in his 600th NLA at-bat.
Zeller passed Jose Valdez for sixth place on the all-time list for runs scored by crossing the plate for the 235th time in the first inning against the Bern Cardinals.
Zeller singled in the first inning against the Wil Devils for his 400th total base.
In the top of the seventh inning against the Therwil Flyers, Zeller crossed the plate with the 6'000th run in Challengers history.
Zeller's walk in the fist inning against the Lausanne Indians was his 100th of his career.
For the second time in his career, Zeller was honored with the Best Batter award. He led the team in batting average at .382, and with 29 hits, a .513 slugging percentage and a .478 on-base percentage. It was his second Best Batter trophy since 1995.
After going 2-for-4 in Game 2, Zeller is batting .667 (24-for-36) lifetime against the Bern Cardinals.
Zeller singled in the second inning of Game 4 of the Finals against the Therwil Flyers for his 200th hit in the NLA. In the fifth inning, he hit his 50th double of his career. And in the sixth inning, he homered and scored his 200th run in the NLA.