Jeffrey Alan Burroughs
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 1", Weight: 200 lb.
Born: March 7, 1951 in Long Beach, CA
High School: Woodrow Wilson HS (Long Beach, CA) by the Drafted Washington Senators in the 1st round (1st pick) of the 1969 amateur draft.
( All Transactions) Debut: July 20, 1970 (Age 19)
vs. MIL 3 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB Teams (by GP): Rangers/Braves/Athletics/Mariners/BlueJays/... 1970-1985 Agents: Dick Moss [*] Final Game: October 6, 1985 (Age 34)
vs. NYY 4 AB, 1 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB Relatives: Father of Sean Burroughs
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News -- November 2013
11/23 MLBTradeRumors: Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Fielder, Tigers, Kinsler, Miller: On this date in 2010, Josh Hamilton joined Jeff Burroughs (1974), Juan Gonzalez (1996, 1998), Ivan Rodriguez (1999,) and Alex ... News -- August 2013
8/19 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Day in Washington Nationals History – Zimmerman’s Eighth Walk-Off Home Run: August 19 2006 – Alfonso Soriano hit his career-high 40th home run and became the 10th player in major league history with ...
8/14 Baseball de World: Today in Baseball History – August 14: August 14, 1932 John Quinn becomes the oldest man to win a MLB game at the age of 49 when he picks up the win in relief for Brooklyn ...
8/7 Twinstrivia.com: This Day in Twins History – August 7, 1976: Steve Luebber‘s Twins pitching career was relatively short, just 58 games with 24 starts in parts of three seasons (71, ...
8/3 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Date in Washington Senators History – Roy Siever’s walk off home run beats Tigers: August 3 1906 – In a duel of Tom’s, the National’s Tom Hughes and the Brown’s Tom Glade, the Nats defeat ... News -- June 2013
6/17 MLB Dirt: Baseball Notes for June 17, 2013: MLB and It’s Hypocritical Stance on Brawls: Although a major brawl last week between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Arizona Diamondbacks resulted in eight suspensions ...
6/9 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Date in Washington Senators History – Big Train pitches 1-hit shutout: June 9 1918 - A harmless single by Ossie Vitt is Detroit’s only hit, as Walter Johnson shutouts the Tigers, 2-0 at Navin ...
6/7 Baseball de World: Today in Baseball History – June 7: June 7, 1966 The New York Mets pass up Arizona State outfielder Reggie Jackson and select California high school catcher Steve ...
6/5 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Date in Washington Senators History – Mike Epstein makes his Senators debut at Yankee Stadium: June 5 1947 - Sherry Robertson and Al Evans each go deep for the Sens, as Early Wynn picks up the shutout, 3-0 in Cleveland. 1961 ... News -- March 2013
3/12 Porcupines in Pinstripes: Porcupines in Pinstripes Spotlight: Butch Wynegar: This past Friday, I had the chance to chat with former Twins, Yankees, and Angels catcher Butch Wynegar, Wynegar is entering his ...
3/7 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Date in Washington Senators History – Jeff Burroughs Birthday: March 7 Senators Birthdays Jeffrey Alan Burroughs B Mar. 7, 1951 Still Living A first round draft pick of the Washington Senators ... News -- February 2013
2/14 The Cardboard Examiner: 1974 TOPPS BOBBY GRICH: WHO WANTS A SNOW-CONE?IMAGINE THE HYPE IF GRICH PUT UP THESEMINOR-LEAGUE STATS IN 2012.THE FRONT PAGEDespite Topps stubbornly ... News -- January 2013
1/21 Through The Fence Baseball: Remembering eccentric Texas Rangers owner Brad Corbett: “An aggressive, affable, bright, natural-born salesman, a man with an infectious, loving and generous nature.” “He is very ... News -- November 2012
11/15 Blog Red Machine: Jay Bruce Wants to be a Red Forever: Coming from the desk of Mark Sheldon… In a couple of weeks, (Jay) Bruce will make a lifetime commitment to his fiancee when ... News -- August 2012
8/28 High Heat Stats: Adam Dunn, meet David Letterman: Adam Dunn’s most unusual season is an endless source of quirky statistical curiosities. Dunn launched two more bombs Friday ...
8/3 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Date in Washington Senators History – Roy Siever’s walk off home run beats Tigers: August 3 1906 – In a duel of Tom’s, the National’s Tom Hughes and the Brown’s Tom Glade, the Nats defeat ... News -- June 2012
6/9 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Date in Washington Senators History: June 9 1918 - A harmless single by Ossie Vitt is Detroit’s only hit, as Walter Johnson shutouts the Tigers, 2-0 at Navin ...
6/5 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Date in Washington Senators History – Mike Epstein makes his Senators debut at Yankee Stadium: June 5 1947 - Sherry Robertson and Al Evans each go deep for the Sens, as Early Wynn picks up the shutout, 3-0 in Cleveland. 1961 ...
6/4 Did The Tribe Win Last Night?: Ten Cent Beer Night, A Promotion Gone Terribly Wrong: Today is the 38th anniversary of the infamous 10-cent beer night at Cleveland Muni**** Stadium. Here’s an excerpt from “Ohio ... News -- May 2012
5/21 James Smyth Broadcast: All-Time Bluefield Team - Bobby Grich: The starting second baseman on the All-Time Bluefield-to-the-Bigs Team is Bobby Grich, one of the most underrated keystone corner ...
5/15 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: Flashback: Harper’s Shot Recalls Another D.C Phenom’s First Homer: Bryce Harper ensured his place in Washington baseball history even before he became the youngest major leaguer since 1998 to hit ... News -- March 2012
3/30 The Captain's Blog: Examining David Ortiz’ Historic Strikeout Rate Decline: ESPN’s Dave Schoenfield, custodian of the SweetSpot blog, recently pointed out a remarkable statistic: in exactly one fewer ... News -- February 2012
2/2 High Heat Stats: Brad Hawpe and the worst defensive seasons of all time: Recently (you know, on the only other real post I’ve written on the new blog so far) a couple of readers mentioned Brad ... News -- September 2011
9/25 B-R Blog: Seasons With 40+ HR, Less Than 160 Hits & Less Than 100 BB – Since 1961: Since 1961, how many players have hit 40 homeruns in a season where they also had less than 160 hits and less than 100 walks on ... News -- July 2011
7/22 B-R Blog: Dan Uggla, Miguel Olivo, and sluggers with the worst slugging percentage: Check out the lowest slugging percentages for guys qualified for the batting title who homered in at least 4% of their plate appearances: ... News -- March 2011
3/29 B-R Blog: Home run winning percentage: After Steve's post a few days ago about most homers coming in a loss, it got me wondering what the team's winning percentage looks ...
3/7 B-R Blog: Players with -100 career fielding runs: While researching a Hall of Fame poll post for Gary Sheffield, I discovered that he has more than 100 negative fielding runs in ... News -- January 2011
1/11 B-R Blog: Mailbag: Biggest Differences Between HR Leader and Runner-Up: Here's a question from Ehud: "Jose Bautista was the AL home run king in 2010, while the second-place HR leader (Paul Konerko) ... News -- December 2010
12/22 Mets360.com: Remembering the 1977 Jon Matlack 4-Way Deal: If you ask most fans to name a four-team deal, the one that jumps to mind is the 2004 deal among the Red Sox, Twins, Cubs and ... News -- November 2010
11/23 B-R Blog: Overall Number One Picks From H.S.: In honor of Mr. Hamilton winning the A.L. MVP Award this season,, here's a list of players to be chosen #1 overall in the draft ... News -- July 2010
7/16 B-R Blog: Keeping Score: Who Was Best for the Boss? – Bats Blog – NYTimes.com 11th June 2010: Keeping Score: Who Was Best for the Boss? – Bats Blog – NYTimes.com 11th June 2010
I got to fill in again for the latest ... News -- May 2010
5/9 B-R Blog: No Chance for the Cycle: Jody Gerut's final hit for the cycle last night occurred in his 6th trip to the plate. While this is not the latest anyone has ...