Jeffrey Glen Stone
Positions: Leftfielder and Pinch Hitter
Bats: Left, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 0", Weight: 175 lb.
Born: December 26, 1960 in Kennett, MO
High School: North Pemiscot HS (Wardell, MO)
Signed by the Philadelphia Phillies as an amateur free agent in 1979.
Debut: September 9, 1983 (Age 22.257)
vs. PIT 0 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 1 SB
Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1984 season [*]
Teams (by GP): Phillies/RedSox/Orioles/Rangers 1983-1990
Final Game: October 2, 1990 (Age 29.280)
vs. CHW 0 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
About biographical information
News -- July 2014
- 7/29 The Pesky Pole: The Joy of the 1990 Red Sox: It is only **** that I write this post as I watch the Red Sox get pounded by the Blue Jays. The mid 1980s through the early 1990s,...
News -- February 2014
- 2/2 The Greatest 21 Days: Jeff Stone, That Job - 475: Originally published Oct. 17, 2012Pressed into service in this May 1989 game, Jeff Stone delivered.He delivered for the Rangers...
News -- June 2013
- 6/20 Baseball Musings: More Starts: An earlier post showed Yasiel Puig off to one of the best starts in the division play era in terms of batting average. I thought...
News -- December 2012
- 12/21 Phillies Nation: Know Thy Phillies History: Mike Young: Sometimes, I am amazingly impressed by the Phillies Nation community with their knowledge. The one-off-references and jabs provided...
News -- October 2012
- 10/17 The Greatest 21 Days: Jeff Stone, That Job - 273: Pressed into service in this May 1989 game, Jeff Stone delivered.He delivered for the Rangers with a double, a triple and four...
News -- November 2011
- 11/23 High Heat Stats: The most valuable season in baseball history: Tim Raines in 1979: Tim Raines had the most valuable season in baseball history in 1979, his first in the majors, despite appearing in just 6 games....
News -- September 2011
- 9/8 The Greatest 21 Days: Interview: Ed Nottle's Player Stories: Brockton Rox coach Ed Nottle, jacket, talks with players before the game at Pittsfield, Aug. 13, 2011.Part 1: Stayed in Baseball...
News -- August 2011
- 8/17 B-R Blog: Bryan Petersen and two triples in a game: Bryan Petersen of the Marlins had two triples in last night's Marlins game, his 60th in the majors. Here are the last 25 guys...
News -- November 2010
- 11/11 The Writer's Journey: Marv wants a new home: I have this Marv Breeding card from 1963 in my toppsmillion.com account, but I don’t want it. I want you to have it. All...