From BR Bullpen
Joel Randolph Youngblood III
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 180 lb.
 Biographical Information
On August 4, 1982, Joel Youngblood went 1 for 2 in the Mets game at Wrigley Field. He was traded in the afternoon so he flew to Philadelphia where his new team, the Montreal Expos, were playing. Inserted as a pinch hitter, he went 1-1. Both hits came against Hall of Fame pitchers, Fergie Jenkins of the Cubs and Steve Carlton of the Phillies.
Youngblood became the third player to play for two teams in a day. He is the only player to get hits for two teams in a day and to play in two different cities in the same day.
- 1991 Roving minor league instructor Baltimore Orioles
- 1992 Manager Kane County Cougars
- 1994-1997 Coach Cincinnati Reds
- 1998 Coach Milwaukee Brewers
- 2004-2006 Coach AZL Brewers
- 2007-2008 Coach Tucson Sidewinders
- 2009-2010 Minor League Outfield/Baserunning Coordinator Arizona Diamondbacks
- 2010 3rd base coach Arizona Diamondbacks
- 2011-2012 Minor League Outfield and Baserunning Coordinator Arizona Diamondbacks
 Records Held
- Hits, with more than one club in a single day, 2, 8/4/82
 Notable Achievements
- NL All-Star (1981)
- Won a World Series with the Cincinnati Reds in 1976 (he did not play in the World Series)
 Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|1992||Kane County Cougars||Midwest League||61-76||10th||Baltimore Orioles|
 Further Reading
- Danny Gallagher: "Youngblood had an historic day", in Remembering the Montreal Expos, Scoop Press, Toronto, ON, 2005, pp. 90-91.