In 113 games divided between two stints back at Triple A in 2015, he hit.262/.300/.439 (106 OPS+), hit 16 home runs, and drove in 51 runs.
When the Angels beat the Boston Red Sox 21-2 on July 2, 2016, Cron and Carlos Perez formed a two-man wrecking crew.
Perez finished 5 for 6 with a home run and 6 RBI, while C.J. hit two home runs and drove in five runs.
Since Gene Moore and Buck Jordan of the 1936 Boston Bees, they were the first teammates to have at least 5 hits and RBI each.
Cron hit.278/.325/.467 with 16 home runs and 69 RBI in 116 games. In 100 games in 2017, he batted .248/.305/.437 with 16 homers and 56 RBI.
Cron was the odd man out after the signing of Shohei Ohtani at the end of the 2017 season.
He was dealt to the Tampa Bay Rays for a player to be named later (Luis Rengifo) on February 17, 2018, and was immediately established as the starting first baseman.
In 140 games, he hit .253/.323/.493 with 30 homers, 28 doubles, and 74 RBI, his best season to date.
His OPS+ was a fantastic 123, and he was a significant reason why the Rays surpassed all expectations and won 90 games, despite the fact that most of the attention was centered on their unusual use of starting pitchers.
How Tall Is C.J. Cron?
C.J. Cron’s heigh is1.93 m.