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Robbie Grossman is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played for the Houston Astros, Minnesota Twins, and Oakland Athletics.

Robbie Grossman

Cleveland Indians non-roster invitee Grossman signed a minor league contract and will attend spring training. On May 16, 2016, he decided to opt-out of his contract and sign with the Minnesota Twins instead.

In his debut game with the Twins, he blasted a home run on May 20th, the day after he was promoted to the main leagues.

He played both outfield and designated hitter on occasion. After making his Major League Baseball debut with the Minnesota Twins in 2013, he went on to have a career year, setting new personal bests in home runs, average, walk totals, and runs batted in.

Despite missing a few weeks due to a thumb fracture, he played 119 games for the Twins in 2017 and established himself as a fixture in the order. 9 home runs and 45 runs batted in.

The Twins designated hitter in 2018 was Grossman. His career-high 129 games were played, with a.273 batting average, 5 home runs, and 48 RBIs in the process.

His contract with the Twins expired on November 30, 2018, when they decided not to tender it to him, making him a free agent.

Is Robbie Grossman A Rookie?

Yes, Robbie Grossman is a rookie. When Robbie Grossman made his major league debut in 2013, he tallied 69 hits, four home runs, 21 RBIs, and 29 runs scored in 63 games.