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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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  • AL Rankings: Rays are continuing to get their money's worth

    How they'll finish from top to bottom in the American League: 1. Rays (93-69): The least-valuable franchise according to Forbes (worth $485 million) with the worst average attendance (18,645 fans) two years in a row continues to be one of the best at...
  • Yankees blanked against Blue Jays

    Yankees blanked against Blue Jays
    TORONTO -- Right-hander R.A. Dickey pitched into the seventh inning on Saturday for his first win of the season as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the New York Yankees 4-0. Catcher Josh Thole singed in a run in the second inning and left fielder Melky...
  • 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...
  • On The Fly: Pineda News Good; Teixeira News Bad

    Michael Pineda finally made his Yankees debut Saturday, two years after his acquisition from the Mariners quickly lost its luster because of shoulder surgery. This Yankees season will swing one way or the other on the strength or weakness of players...
  • Tanaka victorious in major league debut

    TORONTO -- Right-hander Masahiro Tanaka pitched seven innings to earn the win in his major league debut on Friday as the New York Yankees spoiled the Toronto Blue Jays' home opener with a 7-3 victory. The Yankees took the lead with two runs in third,...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Yankees' Tanaka prepares for Friday debut at Toronto

    HOUSTON -- After right-hander Hiroki Kuroda opened his third season as a Yankee with another quality start, albeit in a 3-1 loss to the Houston Astros on Wednesday night, attention now shifts to New York's other Japanese pitcher. Right-hander Masahiro...
  • On The Fly

    The New Britain Rock Cats open Thursday night at home and have two players with state ties — left-handed starting pitcher Pat Dean (Naugatuck native) and lefty reliever Jim Fuller (pitched at Southern). One thing missing: Bill Dowling. After 14...
  • Markakis lifts Orioles over Yankees in ninth

    NEW YORK -- Baltimore right fielder Nick Markakis hit the go-ahead single with nobody out in the top of the ninth inning, lifting the Orioles to a 5-3 victory over New York on Wednesday night in Yankees' starter Masahiro Tanaka's debut at Yankee Stadium....
  • Ellsbury's A Trader?

    In an apparently overwhelming literary task, a Red Sox fan at the Astros/Yankees game in trying to express his/her misguided opinion that former Red Sox and now Yankee Jacoby Ellsbury is a traitor, held up this sign: "Jacoby Ellsbury is a trader." Given...