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Jacoby Ellsbury

Jacoby Ellsbury
Jacoby Ellsbury is an outfielder for the MLB's Boston Red Sox. Ellsbury made his major league debut on June 30, 2007. He appeared in 6 games with the Red Sox and was then optioned back to the Triple A Pawtucket Red Sox. He joined the Red Sox roster again on September 1, 2007. His success with the team during September earned Ellsbury the American League Rookie of the Month honor. He went on to play in 11 postseason games. Ellsbury is believed to be the first Native American of Navajo descent to play in Major League Baseball. Jacoby Ellsbury is an outfielder for the MLB's Boston Red Sox. Ellsbury made his major league debut on June 30, 2007. He appeared in 6 games with the Red Sox and was the... Show more »
Jacoby Ellsbury is an outfielder for the MLB's Boston Red Sox. Ellsbury made his major league debut on June 30, 2007. He appeared in 6 games with the Red Sox and was then optioned back to the Triple A Pawtucket Red Sox. He joined the Red Sox roster again on September 1, 2007. His success with the team during September earned Ellsbury the American League Rookie of the Month honor. He went on to play in 11 postseason games. Ellsbury is believed to be the first Native American of Navajo descent to play in Major League Baseball. Jacoby Ellsbury is an outfielder for the MLB's Boston Red Sox. Ellsbury made his major league debut on June 30, 2007. He appeared in 6 games with the Red Sox and was then optioned back to the Triple A Pawtucket Red Sox. He joined the Red Sox roster again on September 1, 2007. His success with the team during September earned Ellsbury the American League Rookie of the Month honor. He went on to play in 11 postseason games. Ellsbury is believed to be the first Native American of Navajo descent to play in Major League Baseball. « Show less

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  • On The Fly: Peterson Will Sit

     On The Fly: Peterson Will Sit
    The Minnesota Vikings did an about-face — or is it about saving face? — by sitting Adrian Peterson until everything is settled concerning his indictment on one count of reckless or negligent injury to a child. Deactivated Sunday for the game against the Patriots (a 30-7 loss), then activated and now this: He may not participate in any team activities, let alone games. In light of all the recent NFL problems, it was hard to believe they were making the decision to activate him. The Vikings said they made a mistake. You think so? Thankfully, all the heat got to them. ... Then came more headlines: The Panthers placed defensive end Greg Hardy on the exempt list because of a domestic violence case, and Gloria Allred called a press conference to talk about Brandon Marshall of the Bears allegedly abusing a former girlfriend.
  • Tampa Bay Rays - PlayerWatch

    2B Nick Franklin went 2-for-4 with an RBI and run in his Rays debut on Tuesday, a 6-1 win over the Yankees at Tropicana Field. He scored the go-ahead run on a safety squeeze in the sixth after reaching on a double, which snapped an 0-for-18 drought dating...

    Preview: Yankees at Rays

    The New York Yankees get their second shot within a week against Alex Cobb, who they have yet to figure out in his four-year career. The Tampa Bay Rays' right-hander came within five outs of a no-hitter Sept. 11 versus the Yankees and takes the hill at...

    Tanaka penciled in for Sunday return

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - New York Yankees - INSIDE PITCH Masahiro Tanaka is expected to be back on the mound Sunday in a major league game for the first time in more than two months. The New York Yankees right-hander is scheduled to start...

    Rays insist they didn't plunk Jeter on purpose

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Tampa Bay Rays - INSIDE PITCH ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon said he understood the New York Yankees' frustration. So did Rays right-hander Steve Geltz. Neither felt he had anything to apologize...