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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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  • Yankees take opener against Red Sox

    NEW YORK -- Right-hander Michael Pineda allowed one run and four hits in six-plus innings and the New York Yankees opened a four-game series against the Boston Red Sox with a 4-1 victory on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium. After allowing one run and...
  • 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....
  • Orioles blast Yankees, 14-5

    Orioles blast Yankees, 14-5
    NEW YORK -- Center fielder Adam Jones, designated hitter Delmon Young and catcher Matt Wieters hit two-run home runs and the Baltimore Orioles enjoyed their most productive showing of the season with a 14-5 victory over the New York Yankees on Tuesday...
  • Ellsbury Gone, But Not Forgotten By Red Sox Fans

    Ellsbury Gone, But Not Forgotten By Red Sox Fans
    NEW YORK — Jacoby Ellsbury will get his ring Friday. The ringing in his ears will have to wait until April 22. Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington and manager John Farrell will present Ellsbury with his 2013 World Series bling — all 14-...
  • 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...
  • Pineda, Yankees Bullpen Shut Down Red Sox

    Pineda, Yankees Bullpen Shut Down Red Sox
    NEW YORK -- Right-hander Michael Pineda flashed a broad smile, rookie second baseman Dean Anna talked how he dreamt his first career home run would happen at Wrigley Field and right-hander David Phelps matter-of-factly discussed getting his first save....
  • Jeter doubles in final Yankees home opener

    Jeter doubles in final Yankees home opener
    NEW YORK -- Shortstop Derek Jeter doubled and scored a run in his final home opener as the New York Yankees defeated the Baltimore Orioles 4-2 on Monday afternoon. Jeter went 1-for-4 in his final home opener after getting a standing ovation before his...
  • Jeter excited about final Yankees' home opener

    TORONTO — Derek Jeter prepared for his final home opener as the New York Yankees' shortstop in an appropriate manner — by setting another career milestone. He had two hits in Sunday in New York's 6-4 win over the Toronto Blue Jays to pass...
  • 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...
  • American League storylines

    1. Who saw this one coming? The Mariners and Jay-Z helped the former Yankees All-Star second baseman and prized free agent Robinson Cano land a 10-year deal in Seattle. The acquisition will bolster a lineup that has been unable to produce runs for...
  • 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...
  • Mark Whicker: Trout signing is wise investment for player and team

    ANAHEIM, Calif. The Angels have Mike Trout through 2020. They are lucky to have him at all. In fact, they only have him through the tender mercies of their competitors. Of the 23 players selected in the 2009 draft before the Angels' turn came up, only...