Logan was a part of Team USA in the summer of 2007 and won a silver medal in the Pan Am Games. As a junior at the University of Arkansas, he was named a third team pre-season All-American.
In 2016, Logan made his third straight Opening Day roster and start and established career highs with 20 home runs, four triples and 76 runs scored despite missing a month with a fractured shoulder blade. He started 125 games and batted leadoff in each of those games – the most starts leading off by any Ray since Akinori Iwamura in 2008 (151). All 20 of Logan’s home runs in ’16 came from the leadoff spot, one shy of the club record set by Gerald Williams in 2000. His 20 homers rank second in club history for a second baseman, behind Ben Zobrist (27 in 2009). Logan became the first middle infielder in franchise history with back-to-back seasons of at least 15 homers.
Logan has proven to be a versatile player throughout his young big-league career, making appearances at every position except for pitcher, catcher and center field.