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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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  • O's and their opponents prepared for a 'five-horse race' in the AL East

    O's and their opponents prepared for a 'five-horse race' in the AL East
    SARASOTA, Fla. — For most of the past two decades, the American League East has been considered the toughest division in baseball, primarily because it contained the sport's two financial behemoths, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox....
  • Q&A with Dennis Eckersley on bullpens, AL East, Orioles and Red Sox

    Q&A with Dennis Eckersley on bullpens, AL East, Orioles and Red Sox
    One of the key questions for the Orioles this season is whether their bullpen can repeat its success from 2012. Bullpens could actually be a deciding factor in a taut American League East. Hall of Fame pitcher and TBS MLB analyst Dennis Eckersley joined...
  • Jones and Davis stay hot as Orioles beat Red Sox, 3-2, and take series

    Jones and Davis stay hot as Orioles beat Red Sox, 3-2, and take series
    BOSTON — Over the past two nights, the Orioles recaptured those late-inning heroics of last season at Fenway Park. One night after a five-run ninth-inning rally led them to victory, the Orioles came from behind against the Red Sox again Thursday,...
  • Emotional Return To Field In Boston As Red Sox Follow Pregame Tribute With Victory Over Royals

    Emotional Return To Field In Boston As Red Sox Follow Pregame Tribute With Victory Over Royals
    It was an emotional start to the game for both the Red Sox and Royals, as a pregame ceremony honored the victims of Monday's bombings in Boston, along with the first responders who helped treat the victims and law enforcement who captured the suspects....
  • McLouth a steal on a couple of levels

    McLouth a steal on a couple of levels
    Orioles GM Dan Duquette must pinch himself every time he sees Nate McLouth victimize another pitcher or catcher as he further establishes himself as one of the best leadoff hitters in the American League this year. Remember, the Orioles got him for a...
  • Three Orioles named to The Sporting News' American League All-Star team

    Three Orioles named to The Sporting News' American League All-Star team
    Three Orioles players -- first baseman Chris Davis, center fielder Adam Jones and shortstop J.J. Hardy -- have been named to this year’s The Sporting News American League All-Star team. The Orioles were the only AL club to have three honorees. The...
  • For first time, sabermetrics to play role in Gold Glove awards

    For first time, sabermetrics to play role in Gold Glove awards
    The winners of the annual Gold Glove awards, the benchmark for defensive excellence for nearly 60 years, have typically been decided by the discerning eye of those who are closest to the game. Most recently, the award has been selected by a vote of...
  • Red Sox Success Helping A City Feel Great Again

    Red Sox Success Helping A City Feel Great Again
    BOSTON — "Don't worry about a thing," sings Bob Marley in the song that's become a Red Sox anthem for 2013. Really, what could be more fitting? Boston is in the World Series and Thursday was one of those beautiful blue sky Beantown days, when...
  • Showalter 'proud' of Orioles after American League-leading six Gold Glove finalists

    Showalter 'proud' of Orioles after American League-leading six Gold Glove finalists
    In rebuilding the Orioles into a contender, manager Buck Showalter knew a greater priority needed to be placed on playing exceptional defense. Now, after a year during which the club set new standards for defensive excellence, the Orioles are being...
  • Thoughts and observations on the Gold Gloves, Fielding Bible, pitching coach search and Eduardo Rodriguez

    Thoughts and observations on the Gold Gloves, Fielding Bible, pitching coach search and Eduardo Rodriguez
    We will find out tonight which Orioles win Gold Gloves. In today’s edition of The Baltimore Sun, I broke down each of the six positions in which Orioles are nominated for Gold Gloves and predicted wins for third baseman Manny Machado, catcher Matt...
  • Despite the teams' varied differences, Orioles could learn from Boston's blueprint for success

    Despite the teams' varied differences, Orioles could learn from Boston's blueprint for success
    For Orioles fans, the only thing more painful than watching an October without their favorite team this season was probably seeing the Red Sox win the World Series. And the fact that the Orioles won 11 games against Boston this year, most of any team, ...