Jarvis Brown

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Jarvis Ardel Brown

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Jarvis Brown, who played five seasons in the majors, also had a long minor league career, stealing over 300 bases in the minors. His peak was 72 stolen bases in Single A in 1988.

Brown was a first-round draft pick in the 1986 January amateur draft. In the majors, he played for four different teams, going 7 for 8 as a base-stealer in 1991 as a rookie with the Minnesota Twins. In the 1991 World Series, he appeared in 3 games, getting 2 at-bats against the Atlanta Braves.

He and Jarvis Tatum are the only two major league players with the first name "Jarvis" (through 2007).

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