Richard Keith Clapp
Positions: Pinch Hitter, Second Baseman and Leftfielder
Bats: Left, Throws: Right
Height: 5' 8", Weight: 175 lb.
Born: February 24, 1973 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada
School: Texas Tech University (Lubbock, TX) by the Drafted St. Louis Cardinals in the 36th round of the 1996 amateur draft. Signed June 10, 1996.
( All Transactions) Debut: June 18, 2001 (Age 28)
vs. CHC 1 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB Team: Cardinals 2001 Final Game: October 4, 2001 (Age 28)
vs. MIL 0 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
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News -- February 2014
2/17 Jays Journal: Managing the Future of the Toronto Blue Jays Pt.3:
Continuing with my journey of looking at coaches responsible for the bright future of the Toronto Blue Jays, I go deeper into ... News -- January 2014
1/22 What the Heck, Bobby?: An Interview with Astros Third Baseman Jonathan Meyer: Pitching and defense win championships, right? At least that's what the old saying has taught us. And what is more fun than watching ... News -- June 2013
6/7 Jays Journal: Toronto Blue Jays – Organizational Filler (In) – The Shortstops: Tuesday, my colleague Travis Batemen wrote a piece attempting to predict Munenori Kawasaki‘s future with the Jays considering ... News -- May 2013
5/7 Baseballhotcorner.com: Stubby Clapp Buries Home Plate Then Ejects Umpire: Former Tri-City Valley Cats Manager Stubby Clapp takes arguing to a new level during a single A game in 2011. Clapp buries home ... News -- January 2013
1/14 Baseballhotcorner.com: FAN FUEL INTERVIEW: BLUE JAYS COACH STUBBY CLAPP: BY CLAYTON RICHER – FAN FUEL BLOGGER The Toronto Blue Jays became a little more Canadian this offseason, adding “Captain ...
1/7 Jays Journal: Blue Jays Shuffle Minor League Coaches: It goes without saying that the moves made by the Toronto Blue Jays this winter would not have been possible without the development ... News -- December 2012
12/4 The Cardinal Nation Blog: Cardinals and ex-Cardinals committing to 2013 WBC: Three current St. Louis Cardinals may play and two po**** former Cardinals will be coaching in the 2013 World Baseball Classic. ... News -- July 2012
7/9 The Cardinal Nation Blog: Cardinals “minor league guy” is a Canuck, eh?The St. Louis Cardinals top position player prospect, outfielder Oscar Taveras, carries a Canadian passport. ... News -- June 2012
6/21 Baseballhotcorner.com: The Gamer- Interview with Adam Stern: In 2006 Adam Stern parti**** in the inaugural World Baseball Classic as a member of the underdog Team Canada squad. In the second ... News -- April 2012
4/3 i70baseball.com: Saying final goodbyesThis weekend marks the last weekend for seven more months that we won’t have at least some Major League Baseball to enjoy. ... News -- August 2011
8/19 Fungoes.net: All-Time Diminutive Cardinals, Browns teams: Today, as Chris Jaffe at The Hardball Times kindly chronicles, is the 60th anniversary of the debut of baseball’s shortest ...
8/5 i70baseball.com: Stubby Clapp Gets PitchedA name that Cardinal fans easily recognizes resurfaces in an interesting video. ... News -- April 2011
4/4 Redbird Leader: Where Have You Gone, Joe McEwing?:
"Where have you gone, Joe McEwing?
Cardinal Nation turns its lonely eyes to you
What's that you say, Mr. LaRussa?
Super ... News -- March 2011
3/6 B-R Blog: O, Canada: Today, I attended a Little League Coaches Clinic run by "Big Al" Price and his son Scott. "Big Al" does a great job at these sessions ...