Jody Gerut

Seattle Mariners #7 - Center Field

  • Born: 09/18/77
  • Age: 36
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 190

Padres Signed Jody Gerut This Day in 2008

Sheesh, time really does fly. It doesn't feel like it's been six years since the Padres signed Jody Gerut to a minor league deal. The signing fell through the cracks at the time, as Gerut had been...

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Whatever Happened to Jody Gerut? (Notes 1/8/13)


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Happy Birthday, Jody Gerut!


Former Friar fan favorite Jody Gerut turns 35 today. A once promising young player- one who finished fourth in 2003 AL ROY voting, Jody revived his career in 2008 with the Padres after two years...

Angels' Mark Trumbo Wins Sporting News Rookie Of The Year

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Today In Brewer History: The Hegan Cycle


As you likely know by now, a list of the Brewers who have hit for the cycle doesn't really coincide with the list of the best players in franchise history. True, Robin Yount and Paul Molitor are on...

Today in Brewer History: Cycling Again


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Jody Gerut Has Retired


Seattle Mariners non-roster invitee Jody Gerut has announced his retirement from baseball. He's 33 years old.

Add Jody Gerut And Nate Robertson To The Big Heaping NRI List


The Seattle Mariners have signed Jody Gerut and Nate Robertson to minor league contracts, with invitations to Spring Training.

Monday's Frosty Mug


Some things to read while giving them what they asked for. Apparently I need to go away more often. Since I left on Thursday the Brewers have gone 3-1 and completed a sweep of the Diamondbacks, led...

D-backs 3, Brewers 17: "Cesar hath wept. Ambition should be made of sterner stuff"


The D-backs got murdered, giving up 17 runs for the first time in almost five years, as Jody Gerut hit for the cycle. Milwaukee beat Arizona, 17-3.

Brewers 17, Diamondbacks 3


W: Randy Wolf (3-2)L: Cesar Valdez (1-1) HR: Jody Gerut (2), Ryan Braun (6), Mark Reynolds (10) MVP: Jody Gerut (+.223)LVP: Alcides Escobar (-.074) Win Expectancy GraphSBNation Coverage If you...

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