Jon Berti Height: How Tall Is Jon Berti?

In the Northwest League, he had a fielding percentage of.974, was third in swipes (behind Jesus Galindo and Jace Peterson), and was sixth in OBP.

As a member of the NWL All-Star infield, he joins Paul Hoilman (first base), Joe Panik (shortstop), Jimmy Comerota (third base), and Travis Whitmore (third base).

Jon Berti
Jon Berti

Lansing Lugnuts .281/.391/.362 in 60 games; Dunedin Blue Jays -.190/.301/.287 in 50 games). 7 of his triples were three-run shots.

He walked 60 times and stole 34 bases. He tied Anthony Gose for third place in the Jays triples and third place in steals (behind Kenny Wilson and Kevin Pillar).

He hit .250/.338/.323 with Dunedin in 2013, stole 56 bases in 75 attempts, and scored 85 runs. T.J. Rivera was the runner-up in the Florida State League in runs scored, steals (20 ahead of #2 Zeke DeVoss), and catches (5 ahead of Alen Hanson), but he was 8th in walks (57) and 10th in the number of times he was plunked, all of which were league highs (tied with 11).

He scored as many runs as Toronto minor leaguer Andy Burns did, had 18 more steals than Dalton Pompey, and was caught stealing the most bases than anyone else (5 more than Burns).

He was the leadoff hitter for the Canberra Cavalry in the 2013-2014 Australian Baseball League, and he scored three runs in the final of the 2013 Asia Series against the Uni-President Lions, making him the first Australian club to win an Asia Series.

How Tall Is Jon Berti?

Jon Berti’s height is 1.78 m.