How Tall Is Jace Peterson?
Jace Peterson stands at a height of 1.83 m.
Jace Peterson Pro Career
Peterson debuted professionally in 2011 with the Eugene Emeralds. Over 276 at-bats, he hit.243/360/.333 with two home runs in 73 games.
He hit .286/.378/.392 in 444 at-bats over 117 games with the Fort Wayne TinCaps in 2012.
In 496 at-bats over 113 games with the Lake Elsinore Storm in 2013, he hit .303/.382/.454 with seven home runs. He began the 2014 season with the San Antonio Missions of Double-A.
In May, he was optioned to the Triple-A El Paso Chihuahuas after making his Major League debut.
In his prior minor league assignments, he had mostly played shortstop, but he also saw time at second, third, and shortstop with El Paso.
After batting .306/.406/.464 in 248 at-bats over 68 games at Triple-A in 2014, he hit .306/.406/.464 with two home runs.
In 18 games at Double-A, he scored 311 points.
When Chase Headley hurt his calf, Peterson was called up for the first time from Double-A on April 25, 2014.
being optioned to Triple-A, he made seven starts at third base. When Jedd Gyorko was placed on the disabled list with plantar fasciitis on June 6, he was recalled and took over at second base.
Before the Padres acquired Irving Fal off waivers and sent Peterson down to Triple-A, he made ten starts at second base.
He returned to the Padres for two more brief trips in 2014 but was not included in the September roster expansion. He hit 6 for 53 in 53 at-bats throughout the season.
Peterson was one of seven Padres selected to play in the Arizona Fall League, where Padres manager Bud Black indicated his wish for Peterson to gain outfield experience.
Peterson, Max Fried, Dustin Peterson, and Mallex Smith were traded to the Atlanta Braves for Justin Upton and Aaron Northcraft on December 19, 2014.
Peterson was invited to spring training and was named to the Opening Day roster of the Braves.