Batted .290 in three seasons, totaling seven home runs, one triple, 24 doubles, 59 RBI and 77 runs in 114 games (101 starts)...selected in the 34th round of the 2011 MLB Draft by the St. Louis Cardinals...had one of the most dramatic hits in program history, belting a two-run, two-out home run in the top of the ninth inning with UCLA's season down to its final out in Game 2 of the 2010 NCAA Super Regional against Cal State Fullerton (UCLA held on for an 11-7 victory in 10 innings).
Played in 18 games, making 17 starts at second base...batted .250, going 17-for-68, with three doubles, six RBI and 12 runs...logged a .354 on-base percentage and stole five bases in six attempts...was unable to play in UCLA's final 40 games due to an academic-related suspension...registered four multiple-hit games, including a season-high three hits in the second game of a doubleheader against Cal Poly (March 21) - went 3-for-5 with one double, one RBI and two runs in an 8-0 shutout...went 2-for-4 with one double and two runs in the series finale at Nebraska (March 6)...went 2-for-3 with one RBI and one run coming off the bench in a 5-2 victory at San Diego State (March 1)...went 2-for-3 with two RBI, one run and one walk against San Francisco (Feb. 19).
Played in 61 games, starting each game at second base...batted .328 with seven home runs, one triple, 19 doubles, 45 RBI and 52 runs...secured All-Pac-10 Team honors for the first time in his career...ranked first in the Pac-10 in sacrifice flies (7), fourth in walks (39), sixth in doubles (19), tied for ninth in total bases (118) and 10th in on-base percentage (.434) and runs (52)...led the Bruins in runs (52) and ranked second in at-bats (232) and tied for second in hits (76)...led the team with 25 multiple-hit games and ranked third with 11 multiple-RBI contests...recorded the most dramatic home run in school history, belting a two-run, two-out home run in the top of the ninth inning with UCLA's season down to its final out in Game 2 of the NCAA Super Regional against Cal State Fullerton (June 12), to hand the Bruins a 7-6 lead - Cal State Fullerton tied the ballgame, 7-7, in the ninth inning before UCLA added four runs in the 10th and held on for an 11-7 win...finished the three-game Super Regional going 5-for-14 (.357) with one home run, two doubles, four RBI and two runs against Cal State Fullerton (June 11-13)...missed the College World Series with a wrist injury...hit safely in each of UCLA's first eight games, recording two or more hits in five of those contests...went 5-for-14 with one double, three walks, four RBI and two runs in UCLA's opening weekend at the MLB Urban Invitational (Feb. 19-21)...went 5-for-12 with one double, three RBI and four runs in a three-game sweep of Nebraska (March 5-6)...went 3-for-5 with his first collegiate home run, two RBI and two runs at Texas A&M Corpus Christi at the Whataburger College Classic (March 12)...went 2-for-4 with one home run, one double, two runs and a career-high four RBI in a series-opening win over Oral Roberts (March 19)...finished the weekend against Oral Roberts going 5-for-10 with four walks, one homer, two doubles, six RBI and four runs...went 6-for-10 with three doubles, three walks, four RBI and three runs in a three-game series sweep of Cal Poly (March 25-27)...went 2-for-3 with one home run and three runs in a victory in UCLA's Pac-10 opener versus Stanford (April 1), extending the Bruins' season-opening win streak to 22 games...went 3-for-4 with one home run, two doubles, two RBI and two runs in an 8-2 win at Oregon State (April 11), helping UCLA seal a Pac-10 road series win...hit safely in each of UCLA's three games against Oregon (April 16-18)...went 3-for-3, one triple short of the cycle, collecting three RBI and one run at Arizona (April 24)...went 5-for-14 with three RBI and four runs in a three-game sweep of USC (May 14-16)...went 2-for-6 with one double, three runs and two RBI in the Bruins' series-opening 13-7 win over USC (May 14)...hit safely in each of three victories at California, going 4-for-14 with one double, five runs and one RBI (May 21-23)...went 2-for-3 with one home run, two RBI and two runs in a series-opening 6-1 win over Washington State (May 28) on the final weekend of the regular season...was 1-for-2 with one double, two runs and a career-high three walks in UCLA's 15-1 win over Kent State in the Bruins' first game of the NCAA Los Angeles Regional (June 4).
Played in 27 games for the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod League...batted .101 with two doubles, six RBI and eight runs...stole four bases on five attempts...Chatham went 21-23 in the Eastern Division of the Cape Cod League.
Played in 35 games, making 23 starts (15 at third base, seven at second base, one as designated hitter)...batted .222, totaling two doubles, eight RBI, 13 runs and a .346 on-base percentage...batted .250 in Pac-10 play, going 10-for-40 in 14 conference games...recorded four multiple-hit games, including a season-best 3-for-4 effort (three singles) in a series-clinching 5-2 win over Oregon State (April 26)...went 2-for-4 with one RBI, one run and one walk in UCLA's 13-10 victory against Cal State Fullerton (May 17)...went 1-for-3 with one RBI and one walk against California (May 9)...went 2-for-3 with one double, a season-high three runs and one RBI in the Bruins' 13-0 win over Washington (April 18)...went 2-for-4 against UC Riverside (Feb. 25).
Four-year varsity baseball letterwinner at Mater Dei High School under head coach Burt Call...named a first-team All-CIF Division I selection and Trinity League Co-Player of the Year as a junior and senior...was a three-time Mater Dei team MVP, serving as the team's starting shortstop each season; also pitched in relief as the closer...rated the 84th-best high school prospect in the nation by Baseball America in October 2007...batted .419 his senior season, totaling four home runs, seven doubles, 18 RBI, 13 stolen bases and 24 runs...went 3-for-5 in a 6-5, 11-inning loss to Simi Valley in the CIF semifinals...hit .351 as a junior, recording three home runs, seven doubles, 26 RBI, 26 runs and 16 stolen bases...earned first-team All-Trinity League accolades and first-team All-Orange County honors; led Mater Dei to the Trinity League Championship...as a sophomore, hit .340, collecting six home runs, nine doubles, 21 RBI and 22 runs...that season, was named one of the top five sophomores in Orange County by the Orange County Register...elevated from the junior varsity squad to the varsity team at the conclusion of his freshman season - Mater Dei won the 2005 CIF Division I Championship that spring...played for the San Gabriel Valley Arsenal in the 2007 World Wood Bat Association World Championship in October 2007 (Jupiter, Florida)...played for the Babe Ruth Team in the summer of 2007 at the Tournament of Stars (hosted by USA Baseball in Cary, N.C.)...competed as the starting second baseman for the U.S. Junior National Team in the summer of 2006; hit .448 and led all tournament participants with three home runs en route to gaining All-Tournament Team honors (hosted in Barquisimeto, Venezuela)...competed for the Kansas City Royals scout team (fall of 2005, 2006, 2007) and for the Angels Elite Scout Team...played for the Quakes Academy Baseball Team...was a Milwaukee Brewers Area Code Games selection.
Full name: Tyler John Rahmatulla...born Feb. 26, 1990 in Mission Viejo, Calif...Tyler is the older of Terry and Stephanie Rahmatulla's two children...has one younger sister, Kayla...admires New York Yankees' shortstop Derek Jeter...great uncle, Burt Haysom, pitched for the Pittsburgh Pirates...undeclared major.
At-bats - 6 vs. USC (5/14/10)
Runs - 3 (3 times), last vs. USC (5/14/10)
Hits - 3 (8 times), last at Cal Poly (3/21/11, Game 2)
RBI - 4 vs. Oral Roberts (3/19/10)
Doubles - 2 (3 times), last vs. Cal State Fullerton (6/11/10)
Triples - 1 vs. UC Riverside (3/9/10)
Home Runs - 1 (7 times), last vs. Cal State Fullerton (6/12/10)
Stolen Bases - 2 vs. Oklahoma (3/14/10)
TYLER RAHMATULLA'S CAREER STATISTICS
|Year ||Class ||AVG ||GP ||GS ||AB ||R ||H ||2B ||3B ||HR ||RBI ||TB ||SLG ||BB ||HBP ||SO ||GDP ||OBP ||SF||SH ||SB ||ATT |
|2009 ||Fr. ||.222 ||35 ||23 ||90 ||13 ||20 ||2 ||0 ||0 ||8 ||22 ||.244 ||12 ||5 ||19 ||3 ||.346 ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 |
|2010 ||So. ||.328 ||61 ||61 ||232 ||52 ||76 ||19 ||1 ||7 ||45 ||118 ||.509 ||39 ||10 ||39 ||14 ||.434 ||7 ||1 ||13 ||21 |
|2011 ||Jr. ||.250 ||18 ||17 ||68 ||12 ||17 ||3 ||0 ||0 ||6 ||20 ||.294 ||7 ||4 ||16 ||1 ||.354 ||0 ||0 ||5 ||6 |
|TOTALS || ||.290 ||114 ||101 ||390 ||77 ||113 ||24 ||1 ||7 ||59 ||160 ||.410 ||58 ||19 ||74 ||18 ||.401 ||7 ||2 ||20 ||30 |