Willie Clay Upshaw
Positions: First Baseman and Leftfielder
Bats: Left, Throws: Left
Height: 6' 0", Weight: 185 lb.
Born: April 27, 1957 in Blanco, TX High School: Blanco HS (Blanco, TX) by the Drafted New York Yankees in the 5th round of the 1975 amateur draft.
( All Transactions) Debut: April 9, 1978 (Age 20)
vs. DET 2 AB, 1 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB Teams (by GP): BlueJays/Indians 1978-1988 Agents: Tom Reich, previously: Steve Comte [*] Final Game: September 28, 1988 (Age 31)
vs. DET 4 AB, 1 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
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News -- March 2013
3/5 Jays Journal: The History of Our Home Openers: 1985: If you are one of the millions of Blue Jays fans out there then you assuredly aware that 1985 was THE year in a few ways. Dave ...
3/3 Jays Journal: The History of Our Home Openers: 1983: Ahhh 1983. Now we are talking about the true birth of a competitive, competent and exciting team. 1983 was the year Dave Collins ... News -- February 2013
2/28 Jays Journal: The History of Our Home Openers: 1980: For those of you who are keeping track, Unky Jeff mentioned last article that Roy Hartsfield was let go as manager of the Blue ... News -- December 2012
12/14 Jays Journal: September 2, 1990: The One and Only: The man was at it again. I sat in stunned silence, afraid to let a word slip from my lips. I didn’t want to be the one fan ...
12/5 Jays Journal: October 5, 1985: The First: I think it is time for the younger generation to fully comprehend what it is like in this city to cheer for a winner. It has been ... News -- May 2011
5/6 The Greatest 21 Days: Terry McGriff Interview Part 2: Terry McGriff, left, at the rail during a recent game at Bridgeport's Harbor Yard.Soon after being called up to the Reds for the ... News -- January 2011
1/31 B-R Blog: Greatest birthday performances from the last 20 years: Following are the best birthday performances by batters for each different age. I determined "best" by highest Winning Probability ... News -- October 2010
10/19 Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness: MSTI’s 2010 in Review: First Base: Catcher’s in the books; let’s move on to first base. Fair warning, this gets way more negative than I’d intended. ...