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Jim Mann

James Joseph Mann

Position: Pitcher
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 3", Weight: 225 lb.

Born: November 17, 1974 in Brockton, MA
High School: Holbrook HS (Holbrook, MA)
School: Massasoit Community College (Brockton, MA)
by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 54th round of the 1993 amateur draft.
Signed May 10, 1994. (All Transactions)
Debut: May 29, 2000 (Age 25.194, 15,274th in MLB history)   vs. LAD 0.2 IP, 2 H, 0 SO, 0 BB, 0 ER
Teams (by GP): Astros/Pirates/Mets 2000-2003

Last Game: August 1, 2003 (Age 28.257)   vs. COL 0.2 IP, 3 H, 0 SO, 0 BB, 1 ER
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Career Home Runs

Jim Mann: 0 Career Home Runs

0 leading off, 0 walk-off, 0 tying, 0 go ahead (For more accurate walk-off HR totals, see the Batting Event Finder)
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0 Parks
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About the SABR Home Run Encyclopedia

Much of the data on's Home Run Logs comes from the Tattersall/McConnell Home Run Log, a database of all homers hit in the major leagues since 1876. This project was begun in the 1940's by John C. Tattersall and was continued after Tattersall's death in 1981 by Bob McConnell, one of SABR's original 16 members. David Vincent, another SABR member, has since assumed the leadership of the project. has licensed this remarkable database from the Society for American Baseball Research. All credit for the data therein goes to the intrepid researchers who digitized this data from archival sources.

For years from 1914 to 2015, RetroSheet play-by-play data has been used whenever the home run occurred in a game for which we have complete play-by-play data.

There are a handful of cases where the home run logs totals do not agree with the totals on our player pages. We are working to reconcile all of those differences, but believe that in all cases the Home Run Encyclopedia is correct.