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Todd Hundley
Catcher
Born: (1969-05-27) May 27, 1969 (age 50)
Martinsville, Virginia
Batted: Switch Threw: Right
MLB debut
May 18, 1990, for the New York Mets
Last MLB appearance
September 27, 2003, for the Los Angeles Dodgers
MLB statistics
Batting average.234
Home runs202
Runs batted in599
Teams
Career highlights and awards

Todd Randolph Hundley (born May 27, 1969) is a former Major League Baseball catcher and outfielder. He is the son of former Chicago Cubs catcher Randy Hundley. Hundley is a graduate of William Fremd High School and attended William Rainey Harper College.[citation needed]

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Professional career

Hundley made his major league debut with the New York Mets on May 18, 1990 when he was 20. He came up with great fanfare but didn't hit very well his first few years in the major leagues. After a few years and a few injuries, his hitting increasingly improved to match his defense. Hundley broke the single-season home run record for catchers (then held by Roy Campanella) in 1996 with 41 home runs, which was also the single-season record for the Mets. Since then, the record for home runs by a catcher in a single season has been broken by Javy López in 2003, and the Mets' single season record has been tied by Carlos Beltrán in 2006 and set at 47 by Pete Alonso in 2019. Hundley was an all-star in 1996 and 1997 while playing for the New York Mets.

The Mets' acquisition of Mike Piazza in May 1998 combined with a career-threatening elbow injury brought his tenure with the Mets to a close. With Piazza on the roster, Hundley attempted to make a comeback as a left fielder, but was unsuccessful and was later traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers at the end of the season on December 1, 1998 in a three-team trade that brought Armando Benítez and Roger Cedeño to the Mets while also sending fellow catcher Charles Johnson to the Orioles. In addition to the Dodgers, Hundley also played for the Chicago Cubs (2001–2002), and then returned to the Dodgers for the 2003 season.

Noteworthy career events

Hundley broke the single-season home run record for catchers (then held by Roy Campanella) in 1996 with 41 home runs, which is also tied for second on the Mets single-season home run record (shared with Carlos Beltrán). He hit a home run on Opening Day four seasons in a row, 1994 through 1997. As a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers, was the first visitor to hit a home run into McCovey Cove at AT&T Park, on June 30, 2000.

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