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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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  • Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag

    I've noticed over the past few years, it seems the Cubs are the only team that continues to deploy a left and right-handed lineup card depending on the starting pitcher. To me, that seems like it would be hard for anyone to get in a groove. Why not just...
  • Ubaldo Jimenez struggles with control in Orioles' 4-2 loss to Yankees

    Ubaldo Jimenez struggles with control in Orioles' 4-2 loss to Yankees
    NEW YORK — This wasn’t the first impression right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez wanted to give his new team or his new fan base, but the Orioles’ top offseason acquisition has struggled through his first two starts with the club. Following the...
  • Orioles squeeze out 5-4 win over the Yankees to win first series of the season

    Orioles squeeze out 5-4 win over the Yankees to win first series of the season
    NEW YORK -- Much of the attention heading into the Orioles' series finale against the New York Yankees on Wednesday night shined squarely on Japanese sensation Masahiro Tanaka making his first start in pinstripes at Yankee Stadium, but the Orioles managed...
  • Orioles thoughts and observations on Jonathan Schoop, David Lough and Brian Matusz

    Orioles thoughts and observations on Jonathan Schoop, David Lough and Brian Matusz
    NEW YORK – Orioles third baseman Jonathan Schoop knows he will have his share of growing pains at the major league level, but as he struggled through the first five games of the season, one of his teammates noticed that something was amiss with...
  • Orioles enter homestand with unsightly numbers from starting pitchers

    Orioles enter homestand with unsightly numbers from starting pitchers
    So here's the good news for Orioles fans: The club heads into its six-game homestand against the Toronto Blue Jays and Tampa Bay Rays having won three of the past four games and doing so without their Gold Glove left side of the infield, Manny Machado and...
  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw leads MLB pitchers in jersey sales

    Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw leads MLB pitchers in jersey sales
    Is Clayton Kershaw the most popular pitcher in Major League Baseball? By one measure, yes. The Dodgers ace and defending National League Cy Young winner led all pitchers in jersey sales during the off-season, based on sales from MLB's online shop....
  • Matt Wieters leads AL catchers in All-Star voting; Nelson Cruz second at DH

    Matt Wieters leads AL catchers in All-Star voting; Nelson Cruz second at DH
    Despite being limited to just 26 games because of a strained right elbow that has prevented him from playing since May 10, the Orioles' Matt Wieters leads all American League catchers in All-Star voting, according to results released Tuesday for the first...
  • Angels walk away with 4-1 win over Yankees

    KEY MOMENT: Angels starter Jered Weaver escaped a bases-loaded, none-out jam in the eighth by striking out Brett Gardner with an 88-mph fastball and getting Derek Jeter to ground into a 4-6-3 double play to preserve a 1-1 tie. Weaver pumped his fist...
  • That was no malaprop: Angels reliever Joe Smith really was throwing up

    That was no malaprop: Angels reliever Joe Smith really was throwing up
    A baseball broadcaster will usually get a good laugh or end up on some blooper reel when he inadvertently says a reliever is “throwing up in the bullpen,” but Monday night, it was actually true. As Angels closer Joe Smith warmed to enter...
  • Lewis leads Rangers over Yankees

    By John Henry, The Sports Xchange ARLINGTON, Texas - Colby Lewis retired the last 13 hitters he faced in his strongest outing of the season and the Texas Rangers took two of three games from the New York Yankees with a 3-2 victory on Wednesday night....
  • Deal or no deal, Yankees' Girardi is confident

    ARLINGTON, Texas — With the trade deadline looming, manager Joe Girardi believes his team can make a run even if it makes no moves. "I do. I've seen this team play very well at times," Girardi said. "Our pitching has done a really good job...