Set career highs in hits (130), doubles (31), triples (9), home runs (29), RBI (91), walks (64) and games (151)…fi nished fourth in the NL All-Star Final Vote...Named the D-backs nominee for the Hank Aaron Award...Ranked fourth in the NL in triples and tied for ninth in extrabase hits (69)...Among NL third basemen, was tied for second in homers (26), ranked third in slugging pct. (.490), tied for third in RBI (87) and was fourth in OPS (.821)...Was the only player since 1965 with his combination of numbers (30+ doubles, 8+ triples, 26+ home runs) while playing third base, and the fi rst since Dick Allen and Ron Santo (1964)...53.1 pct. of his hits went for extra-bases (69-of-130), the second-highest rate in baseball behind Chris Carter (56.6), and the highest pct. in team history...Twice hit a game-tying homer with 2 outs in the ninth inning: April 18 @ Giants and June 1 @ Astros…was the fi rst player with multiple 2-out, ninth-inning or later home runs to tie a game since 2007 (Milton Bradley and Xavier Nady)[source: STATS LLC]...Was the only player out of 14 fi rst-half qualifi ers with 20+ home runs and 60+ RBI to not make an All-Star Team, and the fi rst NL player to not receive an All-Star nod with those numbers since the Nationals' Adam Dunn in 2009…he was the only player of 42 qualifi ers since 2011 to have a fi rst-half OPS above .960 (.996) and not make an All-Star Team...Was 1 of 5 players since 1933 to post his combination of numbers (19+ doubles, 7+ triples, 20+ home runs and 60+ RBI) before the All-Star Break, joining: Vladimir Guerrero (2000) and Hall of Famers Dave Winfi eld (1979), Duke Snider (1954) and Hank Greenberg (1935)...His .612 slugging pct. in the fi rst half was the best in the NL and second best in team history, trailing only Luis Gonzalez's .745 slugging pct. in 2001…also ranked among D-backs fi rst-half leaders in triples (T-1st, 7) and home runs (2nd, 20)...Recorded 9 assists at third base on June 5 @ Cubs, matching the club record (also: Eric Chavez on Sept 2, 2013 and Robby Hammock on June 23, 2003)...Hit 7 go-ahead or game-tying homers in June, matching the franchise record for most such homers in a single month (also: Matt Williams, May 1999)...His June homer total was tied for the second most by a D-backs third baseman in a single month (also: Troy Glaus, Aug. 2005), behind Mark Reynolds' 11 in Aug. 2009)...Logged an extra-base hit in 8 straight games from June 28-July 6, tied for the second-longest streak in team history, behind Justin Upton (10, July 20-30, 2011)...Named NL Player of the Week for July 15-17 after hitting .583 (7-for-12) with 2 doubles, 1 triple, 1 homer, 4 RBI...Went 3-for-3 with 3 homers (2 as a pinch-hitter) vs. Giants' Santiago Casilla.
Played in his first full Major League season with Arizona and hit .263 (92-for-350) with 15 doubles, 5 triples , 6 home runs and 34 RBI in 107 games…Ranked among NL rookie leaders in triples (T-5th), multi-hit games (T-5th, 29) and walks (T-5th, 36)…Posted a .973 fielding pct. (7 E in 257 TC) in 95 games (87 starts) at third base, which would have ranked second in the NL if he qualified…also appeared in 8 games (2 starts) at first…Made his first Opening Day roster and delivered a 3-run, pinch hit double vs. Giants (off Madison Bumgarner)…Tied his career high with 4 RBI on April 7 vs. Giants (also Aug. 29, 2014 vs. Rockies)…7 RBI in the team's first 2 games were a D-backs record, the first player with 7+ RBI in the first 2 games of the season since Baltimore's Chris Davis in 2013 (also 7)…was the first rookie with 7 RBI in first 2 team games since Detroit's Johnny Groth in 1949 (also 7)…On 15-day disabled list from April 19-June 5 with a stress reaction in left foot…played in 3 rehab games with Triple-A Reno.
Named Organizational Player of the Year after hitting .327 (128-for-392) with 39 doubles, 15 homers and 84 RBI in 108 games with Double-A Mobile and Triple-A Reno...Garnered Second-Team Minor League All-Star accolades from Baseball America...Batted .230 (29-for-126) with four doubles, four home runs and 11 RBI in 37 games with Arizona…posted a .987 fielding pct. (1 E in 76 TC) in 34 games at third base...Contract was selected from Reno on Aug. 7…made his Major League debut that night vs. Royals and collected his first hit and RBI (single off Jeremy Guthrie)…was the ninth D-back to record a hit and an RBI in his Major League debut (last: John Hester on Aug. 28, 2009 vs. Astros)...Hit his first home run on Aug. 23 vs. Padres (off Andrew Cashner) and first grand slam on Aug. 29 vs. Rockies (off Adam Ottovino)... Ranked among all Minor Leaguers in extra-base hits (3rd, 59), OPS (9th, .973), RBI (11th) and total bases (17th, 222) at the time of his promotion...Named the Southern League's Most Outstanding Player after leading the league with a .318 average (119-for-374)... Was the starting third baseman for SL South Division All-Star Team…also garnered Organizational Player of the Month honors for July after hitting .330 with 7 doubles, 3 home runs and 16 RBI... SL Hitter of the Week for June 9-15 (.476 with 2 home runs and 11 RBI... Entered the season rated as the club's No. 9 Prospect by MLB.com, the No. 10 Prospect by Baseball America, and possessing the Best Strike Zone Discipline.
Spent the majority of the season with Single-A Visalia, hitting .303 (70-for-231) with 20 doubles, 13 home
runs and 47 RBI in 64 games…also appeared in 5 rehab games with Rookie AZL D-backs...California League midseason All-Star Team selection...Earned CL Player of the Week honors for April 29-May 6...Played with Salt River in the Arizona Fall League and batted .299 (23-for-77) with 6 doubles, 1 home run and 7 RBI…named to the AFL Top Prospect Team...Entered the season ranked by Baseball America as having the Best Infield Arm in the D-backs' system.
Made his professional debut with Advanced Rookie Missoula and batted .329 (92-for-280) with 22 doubles, 9
home runs and 57 RBI in 67 games...Ranked among Pioneer League leaders in hits (T-2nd), doubles (3rd), RBI (T-4th), slugging pct. (5th, .539), OPS (7th, .930), homers (T-7th) and average (T-8th)...Named PL Player of the Week for Aug. 27-Sept. 3.