Eric Haase

Eric Michael Haase (born December 18, 1992) is an American professional baseball catcher for the Cleveland Indians of Major League Baseball (MLB). He made his MLB debut in 2018.

Eric Haase
Eric Haase (44335418971) (cropped)
Haase with the Columbus Clippers in 2018
Cleveland Indians – No. 38
Born: December 18, 1992 (age 26)
Westland, Michigan
Bats: Right Throws: Right
MLB debut
September 2, 2018, for the Cleveland Indians
MLB statistics
(through May 24, 2019)
Batting average.091
Home runs0
Runs batted in1


Haase attended Divine Child High School in Dearborn, Michigan. The Cleveland Indians selected him in the seventh round of the 2011 MLB draft. He signed with the Indians, rather than enroll at Ohio State University, receiving a $580,000 signing bonus.[1][2]

He made his professional debut in 2011 with the AZL Indians, hitting .300/.364/.300/.664 with 2 RBI. He split the 2012 season between the AZL Indians and the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, combining to hit .263/.298/.474/.772 with 3 home runs and 22 RBI. He spent the 2013 season with the Lake County Captains, hitting .250/.322/.439/.761 with 14 home runs and 47 RBI. He split the 2014 season between Lake County and the Carolina Mudcats, hitting a combined .255/.322/.474/.796 with 17 home runs and 48 RBI. He spent 2015 with the Lynchburg Hillcats, hitting .247/.341/.456/.797 with 9 home runs and 55 RBI. He spent the 2016 season with the Akron RubberDucks, hitting .208/.265/.438/.703 with 12 home runs and 33 RBI. He split the 2017 season between Akron and the Columbus Clippers, combining to hit .260/.352/.578/.930 with 27 home runs and 61 RBI.[3]

After the 2017 season, the Indians added Haase to their 40-man roster.[4]

He spent the 2018 minor league season with Columbus, hitting .236/.288/.443/.731 with 20 home runs and 71 RBI.[3] The Indians promoted Haase to the major leagues for the first time on September 1, 2018.[5] He made his major league debut the next day. He hit .125 in 16 major league at bats.[3]

He opened the 2019 season back with Columbus.[3]

Personal life

Haase and his wife, Maria, had a son in May 2014.[6]


  1. ^ "Dearborn Baseball Star Signs with Cleveland Indians - Dearborn, MI Patch". August 15, 2011. Retrieved November 7, 2017.
  2. ^ foxsports (June 22, 2014). "Getting to know your prospects: Eric Haase". FOX Sports. Retrieved November 7, 2017.
  3. ^ a b c d "Eric Haase". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved May 8, 2019.
  4. ^ "Indians' Eric Haase: Added to 40-man". November 6, 2017. Retrieved November 7, 2017.
  5. ^
  6. ^ "Captains catcher Eric Haase celebrates fatherhood with power: Cleveland Indians Class A Insider (video)". May 30, 2014. Retrieved November 7, 2017.

External links

1992 in baseball

The following are the baseball events of the year 1992 throughout the world.

2011 Major League Baseball draft

The 2011 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft was held from June 6 through June 8, 2011, from Studio 42 of the MLB Network in Secaucus, New Jersey. The Pittsburgh Pirates selected Gerrit Cole out of the University of California, Los Angeles, with the first overall pick.

2014 Sport 1 Open

The 2014 Sport 1 Open was a professional tennis tournament played on clay courts. It was the 22nd edition of the tournament which was part of the 2014 ATP Challenger Tour. It took place in Scheveningen, Netherlands between 7 and 13 July 2014.

2018 Cleveland Indians season

The 2018 Cleveland Indians season was the 118th season for the franchise. It was the sixth season under the leadership of manager Terry Francona and third under general manager Mike Chernoff. The Indians played all of their home games at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio. This was the last season in which the Indians logo Chief Wahoo was used on uniforms or on stadium signs. They won their third straight American League Central title before being swept by the defending World Series champion Houston Astros in the 2018 American League Division Series. Due to the Indians losing to the Astros, the Indians became the 5th team in MLB history to have a 70 year title drought.

2019 Cleveland Indians season

The 2019 Cleveland Indians season is the 119th season for the franchise. It is the seventh season under the leadership of manager Terry Francona and fourth under general manager Mike Chernoff. The Indians play all of their home games at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio. In April 2019, the Indians extended Francona's contract for two more years.

American Pie (film series)

American Pie is a film series consisting of eight sex comedy films. American Pie, the first film in the series, was released by Universal Pictures in 1999. The film became a worldwide pop culture phenomenon and gained a cult following amongst young people. Following American Pie, the second and third films in the series--American Pie 2 (2001) and American Wedding (2003)--were released; the fourth, American Reunion, was released in 2012. A spin-off film series entitled American Pie Presents consists of four direct-to-video films that were released from 2005 to 2009.

Throughout the first film in the original series, Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs) tries to develop a relationship with his school classmate Nadia (Shannon Elizabeth). Jim and his best friends Kevin Myers (Thomas Ian Nicholas), Paul Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas), and Chris Ostreicher (Chris Klein) make a pact to lose their virginity before their high school graduation. In the second film, the four friends host a summer party with Finch's frenemy, Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott), and Jim becomes interested in his friend, Michelle Flaherty (Alyson Hannigan). In the third film, Jim and Michelle plan to marry, although the forced invitation of Stifler could ruin everything. In the fourth film, the gang gets back together in anticipation of their thirteenth high school reunion. The spin-off series revolves around relatives of Stifler, including his brother Matt (Tad Hilgenbrink); his cousins Erik (John White), Dwight (Steve Talley), Scott (John Patrick Jordan); and their respective friends.

The original series, produced on a total budget of US$145 million, has grossed $1 billion worldwide. The spin-off films were released direct-to-video. The original series has received mixed reviews from critics, while the spin-off series has received negative reviews.

American Pie Presents (film series)

American Pie Presents is a spin-off film series of the American Pie franchise. Like the original series, the series consists of four films. Those films are: American Pie Presents: Band Camp (2005); American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (2006); American Pie Presents: Beta House (2007); American Pie Presents: The Book of Love (2009). The four films in American Pie Presents went direct-to-video. Noah Levenstein, a character in the original series, appears in all four films.

Awkward (TV series)

Awkward is an American teen comedy-drama television series created by Lauren Iungerich for MTV. The show's central character is Jenna Hamilton (Ashley Rickards), a Palos Verdes, California, teenager who struggles with her identity, especially after an accident is misconstrued as a suicide attempt.

The series premiered on July 19, 2011, and was renewed for a second season in August 2011. In June 2013, it was announced that creator Iungerich would be exiting the series after production of the third season concluded in June 2013. MTV renewed the series for a fourth season in August 2013 with new showrunners Chris Alberghini and Mike Chessler replacing Iungerich.

Awkward's first season was generally well received, with television critics praising the show's realism and writing as well as its central character, and it was included in various critics' top ten lists. The show also earned several award nominations, winning one Teen Choice Award and one People's Choice Award.

In October 2014, Awkward was renewed for a fifth and final season, which premiered in August 2015. The second half of the fifth season did not begin to air until March 2016. Alberghini indicated that there could possibly be a sixth season. While most cast members agreed that they would happily return in that event, telling fans to let MTV know if they wanted more seasons, no further episodes of the series were produced. The series finale aired on May 24, 2016. During the course of the series, 89 episodes of Awkward aired over five seasons.

Cleveland Indians

The Cleveland Indians are an American professional baseball team based in Cleveland, Ohio. The Indians compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) Central division. Since 1994, they have played at Progressive Field. The team's spring training facility is at Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, Arizona. Since their establishment as a major league franchise in 1901, the Indians have won two World Series championships: in 1920 and 1948, along with 10 Central Division titles and six American League pennants. The Indians' current World Series championship drought is the longest active drought among all 30 current Major League teams.The name "Indians" originated from a request by club owner Charles Somers to baseball writers to choose a new name to replace "Cleveland Naps" following the departure of Nap Lajoie after the 1914 season. The name referenced the nickname "Indians" that was applied to the Cleveland Spiders baseball club during the time when Louis Sockalexis, a Native American, played in Cleveland. Common nicknames for the Indians include the "Tribe" and the "Wahoos", the latter being a reference to their former logo, Chief Wahoo. The team's mascot is named "Slider."

The franchise originated in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1894 as the Grand Rapids Rustlers, a minor league team that competed in the Western League. The team then relocated to Cleveland in 1900 and changed its name to the Cleveland Lake Shores. The Western League itself changed its name to the American League while continuing its minor league status. One of the American League's eight charter franchises, the major league incarnation of the club was founded in Cleveland in 1901. Originally called the Cleveland Bluebirds, the team played in League Park until moving permanently to Cleveland Stadium in 1946. At the end of the 2018 season, they had a regular season franchise record of 9,384–8,968 (.511). From August 24 to September 14, 2017, the Indians won 22 consecutive games, which is the longest winning streak in American League history.

Cleveland Indians minor league players

Below is a partial list of minor league baseball players in the Cleveland Indians system.

Columbus Clippers

The Columbus Clippers are a professional Minor League Baseball team based in Columbus, Ohio. The team plays in the International League and is the Triple-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians. The team is owned by the government of Franklin County, Ohio.

From 1977 to 2008, the Clippers played in Cooper Stadium, which was known as Franklin County Stadium until 1984. The final game at "The Coop" was played on September 1, 2008, in front of a sellout crowd of 16,777. It was the third largest audience in stadium history. In 2009, the Clippers began playing in Huntington Park, located at the corner of Neil Ave. and Nationwide Blvd. in the Arena District of Columbus.

The Clippers began play in 1977 as an affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, changing its affiliation to the New York Yankees in 1979, beginning a 28-year relationship that ended in 2006. An affiliation with the Washington Nationals lasted from 2007 to 2008. A four-year affiliation with the Cleveland Indians was announced on September 18, 2008. That working agreement with the Indians has since been extended four times, now through the 2020 season.

Coincidentally, the major/minor league sports connection between Cleveland and Columbus is duplicated, but with reverse roles, in ice hockey, as the Cleveland Monsters are the top-level minor league affiliate of the National Hockey League's Columbus Blue Jackets.

In 2011, the team won back-to-back Governors' Cup championships for the first time since 1992 by defeating the Lehigh Valley IronPigs 3 games to 1 in the best-of-five series. They went on to defeat the Omaha Storm Chasers in the Triple-A Baseball National Championship Game to win their second consecutive Triple-A baseball title.The 1992 Clippers were recognized as one of the 100 greatest minor league teams of all time. In 2016, Forbes listed the Clippers as the fifth-most valuable Minor League Baseball team with a value of $41 million.

Divine Child High School

Divine Child High School is a parish Catholic high school in Dearborn, Wayne County, Michigan, United States.

Extreme Movie

Extreme Movie (formerly Parental Guidance Suggested; known as Hotdogs & Doughnuts: An Extreme Movie in Australia) is a 2008 American satirical comedy film composed of sketches focusing on teen sex. Adam Jay Epstein and Andrew Jacobson direct, with segments co-written by Saturday Night Live performers Will Forte, Andy Samberg, and writers Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. The ensemble cast includes Frankie Muniz, Ryan Pinkston, Jamie Kennedy, Danneel Harris, Andy Milonakis, Matthew Lillard, Rob Pinkston and Michael Cera.


Haase may refer to:

Haase (car), a Veteran Era car make

International League rosters

Each of the 14 teams of Minor League Baseball's International League carry a 25-man active roster. Only these players are eligible to play.

Teams may have any number of inactive players on their rosters at a given time who do not count toward active roster limits. Injured players may be placed on the injured list (7-day or 60-day). The temporary inactive list and bereavement list are for players attending to personal matters. Major league players may be placed on rosters for injury rehabilitation for a maximum of 20 days for non-pitchers and 30 days for pitchers.Players who are ineligible to play due to failure to adhere to the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, violations of their contract, who are receiving team disciplinary action, or who are unable to join the team due to visa problems may be placed on the restricted or suspended lists. These players count against a team's active roster limit.

Each team usually has a three-man coaching staff including a manager, hitting coach, and pitching coach. Depending on each Major League Baseball organization's development approach, some teams may have additional coaches.

List of Major League Baseball team rosters

Below are the full rosters, including the coaching staffs, of all 30 Major League Baseball teams. All teams are allowed up to 40 players on their roster, which doesn't include players on the 60-day injured list.

Triple-A All-Star Game

The Triple-A All-Star Game is an annual baseball game sanctioned by Minor League Baseball between professional players from the two affiliated Triple-A leagues—the International League (IL) and the Pacific Coast League (PCL). Each league fields a team composed of players in their respective leagues as voted on by fans, the media, and each club's field manager, coaches, and general manager. From the inaugural 1988 event through 1997, teams of American League-affiliated Triple-A All-Stars faced off against teams of National League-affiliated Triple-A All-Stars.

Traditionally, the game has taken place on the day after the mid-summer Major League Baseball All-Star Game. The game is meant to mark a symbolic halfway-point in the season (though not the mathematical halfway-point which, for most seasons, is usually one month prior). Both Triple-A leagues share a common All-Star break, with no regular-season games scheduled for two days before the All-Star Game itself. Some additional events, such as the All-Star Fan Fest and Triple-A Home Run Derby, take place each year during this break in the regular season.

Welcome to the Jungle (2013 film)

Welcome to the Jungle is a 2013 American comedy film directed by Rob Meltzer and starring Jean-Claude van Damme, Adam Brody, Megan Boone, Rob Huebel, Kristen Schaal and Dennis Haysbert. The film premiered at the 2013 Newport Beach Film Festival.

Active roster
Inactive roster
Injured list
Coaching staff

This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by authors (here).
Text is available under the CC BY-SA 3.0 license; additional terms may apply.
Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.